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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian — 1 September 1951

SEPTEMBER, 1951 THE JEFFERSONIAN Page 17 July 2,1950 Ground Was Broken At Springs I PROGRESS ON THE CHAPEL i -fwrrrti 9 Mm On June 25. 1949 a 3 1/2 acre trr.ct of land in olic Church. July 2, 1950, feast of the Visitation of broken on this property. One month liter efforts, the location of the church. For 3 months the sea came impossible to buy there and after contact Springs Chambers of Commerce, on Jan. 29, 1951 acre tract on which the church was built. At the Charles It. Davis, official representative of the representing Hushes Springs Catholics, (upper er of Marsh: II, then pastor of the territory, breaks Clarksville, (lower left) delivers the sermon; and of construction for Reilly's half million tar and polis, breaks ground for Daingerfield Catholics. Hughes Springs. Texas was purchased for a Cath- Our Lady to her cousin Elizabeth, ground was blessed by Episcopal direction, began to improve rch was confined to Hughes Springs. When It be- was made with both Daingerfleld *nd Hugh...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian — 1 September 1951

Page 2# SEPTEMBER, 1951 THE JEFFERSON IAN 'W.' iiiBii JPPi WKm&k "•'• <•'*> *• <\ m **#""" m m *•'■:••• ■ ■••. ftY *>v^ • >•*■.> „._, $S&88H8 ./ • M* > ::••/ "-'v.: J <t- W' *« * * * f * !& ' * *** IPi$*«" # The above pictures reveal i Church at Dalngnrfield. On, hi picture 2 dl*«in« the tounda-. ink«t« «„ ,* r- „ . , . hrteklaTM* i progress on the construction of j March 19th th« project vp« an- | tk,.p ob uoiyyJTS:i!?££ £ S? .TJ^SlS* SS ^ SjtlwotTS.! Our 1*1, « FWUn. CHMtalto «, W* tt. ~KtM t ,.|t„. ,«*«*. ... mm | ST5, ^ l«'| M £?t£ ££ 0. «Sl «•" «

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian — 1 September 1951

SEPTEMBER, 1951 THE JEFFERSONIAN Page 21 TH;C INSTRUCTION BEGAN ON THE FEAST OF ST. JOSEPH-MAROH19TH >>' • -V •! '■ •• -v:r •«;> flUfr'lVs :«v ««( jH *. „ m wmm H -•>-% 1 ♦ * '.fli -r..^B* **?• . * <-♦** •" -«• * ' S?3wAf £«. - i>' ^ -fc "Wi?*™; " ft- ... * <. «oc ^ "Vi< ^ ** ~ * w, -zmmzim k^M«ia^i.';V^5!;> % ~a£ ih-t -sm" < " • " •• a •* w ■ ?■:■ - •*-- ^„3_ <- - - V-; - * gro^SS v<g££ ♦ 3V v:' .;£/*;? <r A-'. - p)j$g :; £-■> xZ . X'.; ,"•<• . • '■; ••> Jt v ■ .. IK IS . Wr ife miii t br&hyera went to vock and by * jr 3 tin church v^s begin- BlB| <• ®o under root ( no. 11).

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian — 1 September 1951

Jniro •}'}. Page THE JEFFERSONIAN SEPTEMBER. 1951 Ground is Broken on St Patrick's Day m, * In the Aug. JEFFERSONIAN a mistake in a headline was made. In Hie article comment ing on the willingness of most Catholic priests to remain un- juarried as was Christ the cap- tion should have been: "FIDEL- ITY OF PRIESTHOOD MAKES NEWS" instead of "FI1DELITY OF PRIESTHOOD MAKES GOOD." This mistake was over- looked at the time we went to press. Nothing can be put over on God. Catholics who go to Confes- sion wlii'e intending to fre- quent the occasion of sin are going to Hell fast. Missing Mass on Sundays for Catholics is a serious sin. Div- ine law as well as Church law requires us to worship on the seventh day. Catholics are bound under pain of sin to contribute to the sup- port of the Church. When ground w*s broken St. Patrick's Day, 1951 for Our"Lady if Fatima Church at Daingerfield (1) Father John Matzner of Clarks- ville (upper left) preached the sermon; (2) Daingerfleld's Mrs. Her- man ...

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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian — 1 September 1951

SEPTEMBER. 1951 THE JEFFERSONIAN Page 23 *V*'' St Anthony's Camp (Continued from page 19) ted out that it was a boy scout who was the only one who thought to bring his lunch the day Our Lord had to feed the 5000 people on 5 barley loaves and 2 fishes. After the program the Bishop and his party proceeded to the pier, where His Excellency bles- sed the boats and with others watched youths of St. Anthony's Parish in water sports. Work on St. Anthony's Camp began 2 years ago when Long- view's Dr. Sam Khoury.' a non- Catholic. and his wife donated a 13 acre tract with a 100 yard frontage on Daingerfield Lake to the children of the Longview Catholic parish. The land was given in memory of Dr. Khoury's father. After two years of hard work with most of the labor done by the boys property and the build- ing on it is now valued at $15,000 Actual cost to fhe parish was little, for the land, materials and labor were practically all donat- ed. Results of the two years work are: a large outdoor c...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian — 1 October 1951

Ill 1US mJ II H Imj ad IWI1 THE JEFFERSON1AN HALMBT MOQUINN "Christ is the teacher and the pattern of all holiness." — Pope Leo XIII, who died in 1903. Established in Jefferson In 1948 VOLUME FOUR NUMBEB a a OCTOBER, 1951 : V> OUR LADY OF FATIMA IMMACULATE CONCEPTION IDEA OF PURGATORY IS NO INNOVATION Prophecy Fulfilled Daily - '"A*!< ^2 •,Yw' ;vj i ' •' V'. :■ ) > ; "v,V'3' -,:a; ■ The Ambassador of Christ The priest is more than Just a man ... Who walks and eats and drinks . . . He la the image of Our Lord _ _ _ In what he says and thinks _ _ . He Is a creature set apart _ . . From all the world of sin To guide us In the game of life _ . . And show us bow to win His fingers are anointed so That they may touch The Host ... And bless us for The Father and , The Son and Holy Ghost - _ . To help us and forgive us when _ . _ We fall away from grace .To marry us. baptize us and .Protect our resting-place . _ . The priest is one who gladly gives - His life for you *nd me That we...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian — 1 October 1951

Page I THE JEFFERSON I AN REV. JOHN G. O'ROURKE, EDITOR "ThE HISTORIC CHURCH FOR AN HISTORIC TOWN" Entered In the post office at Jefferson, Texan an second class ot mall mutter January 24, ltf4'J, under the act of March 3, 1879. The ■•bacriptlon rate to THE JEFFERSONIAN, which Is publisher monthly. Is two dollars per year. Address all communications to THE JEFKERSONIAN, Box 7u.O, Jefferson, Texas. Editor's phone, Marshall 6293. The official organ of the mission churches of the Immaculate Con- ception of the Blessed Virgin at Jefferson and of Our Lady at Fatima at Daiiigerfieid, THE JEFFERSON IA N is published with the ap- probation of the Most Rev. Joseph I'. Lynch, I). D, Bishop of Dallas. Humbly it intends to carry out the mandate of Our Divine Lord: "Going, therefore, make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father, and of the Son and ot the Holy Ghost, teaching them to observe all that I have commanded you." Its only purpose Is to serve the HISTORIC CHURC...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian — 1 October 1951

OCTOBRft. mi THE JEFFERSON IAN Pag* I FATHER WOLF PREACHES Missionary Nuns Begin E. Texas Work! "The Church is a bride that Christ will never divorce," de- clared Very Rev. Father Vincent J. Wolf, dean of East Texas Cath- olic clergy, in his sermon at the dedication Mass of Our L^ady of Patlma Church. Shown in the background are Bishop Danglmayr, Father Meyer of Marshall and Monsignor O'Brien. CASH VALUE OF NEW FURNISHINGS PUT IN RECTORY IS SET Cash value of all furnishings placed in Iiimmaculate Concep- tion Parish House has been set at $3000. Of this the parish pur- chased $500 on which $250 is ■till owed and furnishings val- ued at $2500 were sent by friends to the parish priest tor his per- sona! use. Doctor and Mrs. Smith, who live 42 miles away in the north- ern end of the parish, presented a breakfast table and chairs. The late Mrs. Lula Thompson willed a chair to the parish house. At the Sept. 26th meeting of the pastor's committee of the laity this report was made. A second...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian — 1 October 1951

Page 4 THE JEFFERSONIAN OCTOBER, 1951 ■ ''-"'Mr/.'.: ' , , wmmzk si mm posted for proof of fake letter Center, Texas — When circu- lation was given through the press here by a misguided gen- tleman connected with one of the Furnishings Can Still Be Given Shrine A number of furnishings still pvailable in Our Lady of Fatima mission church at Daingerfield „ i are awaiting prospective donors, very muchly f rotestant sects ol j.Ql, tj)e conVenience of anyone a letter falsely attributed to a j w))0 WOU]ti xike to have some lit- Catholic priest, the preacher con- | Ue mern01.lal in the new church cerned received an oiler of $1000 a list of these needed furnish- C0!li I1'" th- t"ilKten,'p ! ir.gs Is printed in this Issue, oi' a Catholic priest in the Uni- ted States by the name of the man to whom the letter was credited. The letter Meanwhile THE JEFFERSON- ' I AX announces with great hap- piness that a $650 organ lus , I been presented to Our Lady of lorgery exposed Fatjma church as a memor...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian — 1 November 1951

4 THB JKPPtRMMIIAN IH. 1M1 / ► i i*> Hughes Springs— (Continued from page 5) NEGOTIATIONS PUBLIC In the meantime through an- nouncements at Sun<l"y Mass the people of Our Lady of Fatlma Mission were kept informed of developments. The efforts to purchase In Hughes Springs, the letter of Oct. 4, the negotiations with Daingerfield, all these mat- ters were made public in the Sunday comments made "from the altar" t Hughes Springs American Lefelon Hall. The fr-ct that the Catholic Church might be located In Daingerfield or near Dalngerfield was no secret from the people of Our Lady of Fatlma Mission. When finaJly announcement was made on Jan. 28 that the purchase of Dalngerfield property would be made the next day, this news was no surprise to anyone. All parishioners of Our Lady of Fa- tlma Mission at that time had known for fully 3 months that their parish priest was negotiat- ing with civic leaders of Daln- gerfield who had offered their assistance. VIEW EXPRESSED THAT ALL WOULD...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian — 1 December 1951

T..II 1 ilea lild^ lOSt lop- slig- en." of THE JEFFERSON I AN * "EXCEPT YOU EAT THE FLESH OF THE SON OF MAN AND DRINK HIS BLOOD, YOU SHALL NOT HAVE LIFE IN YOU." — JE8U8. Established In Jefferson In 1948 VOLUME FOUR NUMBER 4 DECEMBER 1961 hiJk OUR LADY OF FATIMA HUMANITY IN CHURCH PROVES DIVINITY IMMACULATE CONCEPTION We Do Not 3RD ANNIVERSARY OF FIRST MASS PASSES iarly Bis- g tc Big. hose jved min- 3ded dies 1 in reat rest, ited lean lum- : to villa Catholics do not believe that (1) the Pope Is God, (2) that the Pope can do no wrong, (3) that the Pope has temporal rights in the United States, (4) that th« Pope can claim political allegiance. (5) that the Pope can nullify laws, oaths, or contracts, at will. Catholics do not believe that (1) Protestants cannot be saved, (2) that public schools are evil and that they ought to be abol- ished, (3) that they can purchase freedom from Purgatory. CYO ESSAY CONTEST EXTENDED TO FED. 1 "The Catholic Church — Hope of Our Times" is the subject ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian — 1 December 1951

I Fill S THE JKTPCIMONIAN DECEMBER 1M1 h THE JEFFERSONIAN REV. JOHN G. O'ROURKE. EDITOR "THE HISTORIC CHURCH FOR AN HISTORIC TOWN" Entered In the post office at Jefferson, Texas as second class ol null matter January 24, 1949, under the act of March 3, 1879. The Mbgcriptlon rate to THE JEFFERSONIAN, which Is publlsat. monthly, is two dollars per year. Address all communications to THE JEFFERSONuAN, liox 705, Jefferson, Texas. Editor's phone, Jef- ferson <132. The official orM'i of the mission churches of the Immaculate Con- ception of ihe Ulessed Virgin at Jefferson and ol Our Lady at Fatima nt Daingerfleld, THE JEFFERSONIAN is published with the ap- probation of the Most Rev. Joseph P. Lynch, L>. D, Bishop of Dallas. Humbly It intends to carry out the mandate of ] Our Divine Lord: "Golfig, therefore, make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father, and of the Son and ol the Holy Ghost, teaching them to observe all thai I have commanded Its only purpose...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian — 1 December 1951

X DECEMBER 1M1 THE JCFPEREONIAN Work of St. Paul Nuns, Nurses, 'Under Fire' Amazin Mrs. J. Limberg Heads Society At its meeting Nov. 13th In the home of Mrs. Isiah L. Gold- berg the altr.r society of Imma- culate Conception Church, Jef- ferson, nnmya Joseph Lim- erg to ueive ua president lor the coming year. Mrs. Lon Neilon was reelected secretury. On the same evening in Hugh- es Springs Mrs. John Graham entertained the altar society ot Our Lady of Fulima Parish, Daingerfleld, In her home. Co- hostess w:e Mrs. Frank Hopklna of Hughes Springs. Great Confidence "We put gre*t confidence in the Holy Rosary for the healing of evils which afflict our times."— Pius XII. St. Paul's Hospital, Dallas, Is shown in photo above during the late Oct. fire as flames leaped into the sky from the fifth floor of the hospital staffed by the Daughters of Charity of St. Vin- cent de Paul. Firemen In the picture (top right) have a cup of coffee after bringing the blaze under control. Father Stack of Holy ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian — 1 December 1951

the jkppkrsonian OCCEMBCR 1M1 Catholic Marine Barred from Ride Inll.S Wins Silver Star Medal in Bloody Korea! YOUTH WHOSE PARENTS WERE FORCEO TO TAKE OUT OF CATHOLIC SCHOOL BECAUSE OF PENALTY RESTRICTING THEIR FREEDOM OF RELIGION IS HONORED FOR DRAVE DEEDS DY COUNTRY IN WHICH SOME STATES STILL DISCOURAGE RELIGION BY UNJUST PENALTIES SISTER OF PRIEST BURIED DEC. 4TH New Boston — Funeral ser- vices with Requiem High Mass were held in St. Mary's Church here Dec. 4th for Mrs. Dan B. Godwin, sister of Father Ed- ward Byrne of Boston, Mass. Burial was in St. Joseph's Cemetery, Clarksville. (Editor's note: The Junior dorgy ©xftin in Dftllflfi prsvcnt* ed us from carrying out our de- sire to attend the funeral Mass of one who was e. great friend and booster both of this paper and of Our Lady's Shrine. On Dec. 4th we offered a Requiem Mass for the repose of her soul. To Mr. Godwin, a recent con- vert, and to Father Byrne we extend prayerful' sympathy.) Olympia, Washington — They wouldn't let...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian — 1 January 1952

j trzt % '/A ou y t 0 ti Qid )o| C6 j°| al d ni ril 311 k I THE JEFFERSONIA "HE THAT BELIEVETH AND IS BAPTIZED SHALL BE SAVED" — JESUS, THE DIVINE DICTATOR OF BEJHLEHEM Established In Jefferson In 1948 VOLUME FOUR NUMBER 5 Mr. H OUR LADY OF FATIMA JANUARY, 1952 IMMACULATE CONCEPTION CHRIST'S MASS IS THE TEST OF BELIEF Our Lady:s Debt —$3590 left— «38. Anonymoua toward 1000 bricks in momory ot Tim O'Con- nor $25 639. Aaron Harrison, Marshall (6th & 7th pew installments) $20 640. Anonymous on sanctuary lamp , $8 641. Mrs. L. R. Cash, Dallas (4th installment on pew) ........ $10 642. Anonymous v $2 643. Joe Kane, Dallas (2nd and 3rd installment on pew) ..— $20 644. Mrs. Rosa R. Roscoe, R. N., Marshall (2 candlesticks in mem- ory of daughter Rita Marie Ros- coe Rogerson killed In car wreck) — ^ $14 645. E. <'M. Dillon', Dallas (1000 bricks in memory of sister-in-law Alice Shearer buried from Cath- edral Dec. 8, 1948) $34 646. Mrs. Ruth N. Joyce, Roswell, N. M. (2nd installment on...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian — 1 January 1952

-c y ft|« 2 THE JEPPERSONIAN JANUARY, 1052 THE JEFFERSONIAN REV. JOHN G. O'ROURKE. EDITOR "THE HISTORIC CHURCH FOR AN HISTORIC TOWN" Bntered in the post office at Jefferson, Texas as second class ol n.n matter January 24, 1949, under the act of March 3, 1879. The Mbacrtptlon rate to THE JEFFERSONIAN, which is publishec monthly, is two dollars per year. Address all communications to THE JKKFERSONkAN, Box 705, Jefferson, Texas. Editor's phone, Jef- ferson 632. The official organ of the mission churches of the Immaculate Con- ception of the Blessed Virgin at Jefferson and of Our Lady at Fatima at Daingerfield, THE JEFFERSONIAN is published with the ap- probation of the Most Rev. Joseph P. Lynch, D. D, Bishop of Dallas. Humbly it Intends to carry out the mandate of Our Divine Lord: "Going, therefore, make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father, and of the Son and ol the Holy Ghost, teaching them to observe all that I have commanded you." Its only purpose is t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian — 1 January 1952

JANUARY, 1052 THE IONIAN PM* t Pro- W a ■eep Iths | tho 3od- fthed fead ac- |with I. fall. a Jbout li-eut- 1 Pro- rhat tould lying, fe of re- bable, Ithere fencra- Icould 1EN frotes- 3acra- par- And |f the that modi- that lession 6) John's president is picture the late to Car- Fletcher, official Emperor Gave Home Which Was Residence of Pope 994 Years CHURCH HONORS POPE WHO WAS IN OFFICE WHEN EMPEROR, CATHOLIC CONVERT, BUILT FIRST ST. PETER S OVER PETER'S BRAVE The State honors Its Lincoln, its Washington and Its Jefferson. So also the 'Church its heroes. December 31st the memory of a great and holy mas wag recall- ed by the world's largest Church which "!h UTe early 400's elicited this comment from the great St. Augustine of Hippo, Africa: "The Church is called Catholic by all her enemies, as well as by her own children. Heretics and schis- Though Constantino put off his Catholic Baptism until he was on his deathed In 337, this Emperor who put a halt to the three-century long persec...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian — 1 January 1952

THE JEFFER80NIAN JANUARY, 1952 T Church Can't Teach Catholicism Without Bible. Priest Declares WW, HIERARCHY AND LAITY, GATHERED AT WACO, HEAR BIBLE SCHOLAR CITE VALUE OF SCRIPTURES IN CATHOLIC CHURCH'S EFFORT \Vai:o —• "Christian Doctrine cannot be- taught whether on the grade school level or on the high HChool level or on the adult U;vel without the usage of the Hlbb;; after all the Bible forms one or the fonts of Christian Doctrine." " When the Confraternity or ChrlHtian Doctrine met here in annual convention, the assembled group of members of the Texas Catholic laity heard the Presl- ■d«al of the Catholic Biblical Ah- oar la lion ol the United States. Rev. Dr. Guyot, make this state- ment, polrifing out the need which Catholics have for the Bible. iFttther Guyot, the president of St. John's Seminary, San An- tonio. emphasised the rolejvlilch .Via Bible plays in the Catholic i Church's task of teaching the .. doctrine of Christ. The text of Father Guyot's talk, "The' Confraternit...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian — 1 February 1952

THE JEFFERSONIAN "THE HOLY SCRIPTURES (THE BIBLE) SERVl JO CONFIRM THE FAITH" Mr. HALMRT POPE PIUS VII IN 1820 TO THE ENGLISH BISHOP8 Established in Jefferson in 1948 VOLUME FOUR NUMBER 6 FEBRUARY, 1952 OUR LADY OF F ATI MA JESUS CHRIST INSTITUTED THE PRIESTHOOD IMMACULATE CONCEPTION WORD RELIOION IS LISTED AS FOREIGN Moscow — The Soviet State Printing and Publishing co. has recently issued in Moscow a list of words foreign to the .Russian language. Two definitions from the list are: "Religion: A fanciful, unscien- tific belief, in gods, angels, souls, etc. Christianity started when the slave system of antiquity broke down. Religion was sup- ported and enouraged by the In- terests of reactionaries." "Bible: A collection of imagin- ary legends without any scienti- fic basis. Full of dark Insinua- tions. historical mistakes, and falsehoods. Used as an instru- ment of power by the church to hold down ignorant people." COMMENT: And there are ' misguided people who believe in ( religion,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian — 1 February 1952

w> & THE JEFFERSONIAN FEBRUARY, 1M2 THE JEFFERSONIAN REV. JOHN G. O'ROURKE, EDITOR "THE HI8TORIC CHURCH FOR AN HISTORIC TOWN" late red in the post office at Jefferson, Texas as second class ot matter January 24, 1949, under the act of March 3, 1879. The Crtptlon rate to THE JEFFERSONIAN, which Is publisher monthly, Is two dollars per year. Address all communications to THE JEFFERSONiiAN, Box 705, Jefferson, Texas. Editor's phone, Jef- ferson 632. The official orkan of the mission churches of the Immaculate Con- ception of the Blessed Virgin at Jefferson and of Our Lady at Fatima at Dalngerfield, THE JEFFERSONIAN is published with the ap- probation of the Most Rev. Joseph P. Lynch, D. D, Bishop of Dallas. Humbly it intends to carry out the mandate of Our Divine Lord: "Going, therefore, make disciples of all nations, baptizing them In the name of the Father, and of the Son and ol the Holy Ghost, teaching them to observe all thai 1 have commanded you." its only purpose is to ser...

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