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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian — 1 January 1950

JANUARY 1950 THE JEFFERSONIAN PAGE FIVE Bible Convent— Cont.^ froan pafge 4. bffered in the Catholic religion. My first text, "Father Smith In- structs Jackson," was followed by "Treasures of the Maes," and then one on Christian Marriage. It was while I was in the third, still debating about Peter that I became convinced that the Cath- olic Church could prove that Peter iwas their first Pope and on the basis of my terms, on the Bible only. HISTORY DID NOT WIN Sixteen hundred years of a hid- den church, so invisible that no one could find it, encyclopedic testimony about a visible Church all that time in Rome, Christ's logical design of a Church that men could see in its buildings, Popes, etc.-all this did not 'bring me into the Catholic Church. It didn't because at the time my whole outlook iwas to reject in religion everything that couldn't be .proved in the Bible alone. It was only after my conversion that 1 really appreciated all these things too. But (before II would Btep throug...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian — 1 January 1950

PAGE SIX THE JEFFERSON IAN JANUARY 19SU GOD HAS REVEALED THE WORSHIP HE WANTS CHURCH HAS OBLIGATION TO TEACH ALL MEN DIVINE TRUTH, POPE PIUS WRITES Man's fundamental obligation is to worship God, and in the ful- fillment of that duty he has alway.i been aided by a go.nl God Who has reveale<l a true and acceptable form of worship. ( Making this observation in an encyclical letter to all ihe bishops in the world, i'ope Plus XII, writing as the teaching head of a teach- ing Church, notes that in tin- New haw the diflnely-appolnted means of worship is 'he Mass. Because of the excelI< nee o the Holy Father's treatment of the purpose of the liturgy or public worship in last month's JEKFER- ,SOMAN we stalled lo present his thoughts lo our readers in serial form. This I* the second chapter In thai series. The text of the Papal excerpts follows: "It is unquestionably the funda- i||(.y were lo tie offered to Him. tul duly of man to oriental'! lijs enactments on all matters his person an...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian — 1 January 1950

JANUARY 1950 THE JEFFERSON I AN PAGE SEVEN Pope On Divorce— Cont. from page 3. legislator, and it is not his to de- cide." Flippantly the editorial con- cludes that "if the probable main- tenance of the status quo may seem somewhat evasive of the rules laid down by the Pope, the Catholic judges may derive com- fort from the fact that they will have ample company." THH NEW feels that the mem- bership of the Church would be "severely limited" if members have to chose between "good standing and complete fidelity" to the Papal views. THE NElW'S Iqosely-thought out editorial merits these com- ments: , SHOULD HAVE READ TEXT (1) Its writer should have read the complete text of the Papal remarlks and then read the official commentary on it by Father Connell of N. C. W. C. News Service. If he had done tliis, he could have spared his readers much confusion. He could have spared himself not a Jittle worry over such matters as making distinctions (etween a law's binding force in the Papal state...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian — 1 January 1950

PAGE EIGHT THE JEFFERSON I AN JANUARY 1950 BAROEN DRAGS IN SPAIN FOE OF JUSTICE FOR CATHOLIC CHILDREN RAPS CHURCH IN REFORMATION OAY TALK i ) Reformation Day Talk—2-col sub Representative Graham Har- den of North Carolina is now nationally know as the man in Congress who thinks lliat Ameri mil children in tlin religious schools of oiji* national systum should 'he discriminated agaiiiHt in the matter of certain benefits, directly concerned with "o school ( or church but with the welfare nf American children. All this (because if Catholic children's wel- fare is the object of tax money, Unele Sam and tho Catholic Church will then be united, No' ■worry about Congress paying Its preacher out of tax funds! No alarm over Uncle iSatn, building Army chapels or paying minis- ters of all faiths to carry 011 re- ligion in them! Hut don't let a dime of Uncle Sam's money be spent on Hie welfare ef an Ameri- can Catholic child even if it's not iHpent for his religion but for his very health and s...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian — 1 February 1950

LET'S KAYO ILL WILL (SEE PAGE 2) it ■ 1 $5>J THE JEFFERSONIAN VOLUME 2 Number Six FEBRUARY, 1950 JEFFERSON, TEXAS 4Nothing Can Separate Us from Jesus9 JUSTICE WILL PREVAIL —A Radio Address— CARDINAL SPELLMAN t "No matter what torturea Cardinal Mindszenty tuflfers at the command and by the hand oC Coit'a enemies, in the end he will be the victor. "No godless, tyrannical dicta- torship can fully vanquish a God- loving/ .freedon-.V-Itoiving peoifle, no matter how many millions of taiea it kills, uo matter how many martyrs it makes." — o CATECHIST TO MEXICANS St. Pat's Convert Finds 47 L .ost Sheep In Town Balrd. Texas-^Last Nov. 7th Mrs. Patricia Atrelle Dill, her father, mother and daughter were re- ceived into the Catholic Church. iThe railroad hospital in Marshall, the great St. Patrick .of Ireland, semluarians in Little Rock, Fath- er Donnelly of Abilene, Encyclo- pedia Britannlca, this paper, and most important, the grace of God all combined to lead these West Texans into the o...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian — 1 February 1950

PAGE TWO THE JEFFERSONIAN FEBRUARY, 1950 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 ot mail matter January 24, ll*4U, under the act of March 3, 1870. The fMibscription rate to THE JEFFERSONIAN, which is publisher monthly, is one dollar per year. Address all communications to THE JEFFERSONIAN, Box 705, Jefferson, Texas. Editor's phone, Marshall 6293. ASSISTANT EDITOR Ethel Swltz STAFF Margaret Ramsay, Mamie Haddon, Grace Switz, Billy Watson, Katberine Perol, Mildred Meyer, hatherine Wise THE JEFFERSONIAN humbly 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 of the Holy Ghost, teaching them to observe all that I have commanded you/' Its only purpose is to serve the HISTORIC CHURCH of the Christian ages to whom the DIVINE FOUNDER spoke these words of sacred promi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian — 1 February 1950

FEBRUARY, 1950 THE JEFFERftONIAN PAGE THREE Lost Sheep Found— (Continued from page HELPED AT CHRISTMAS The little Christmas tree in the Church !I helped to put ..up. iFather Donnelly appointed me and an- other lady for the job. I also1 jhelped arrange the crib, a beau- tiful old one brought from Ger- many long years ago. It made me So proud to be asked to help. It's such a 'fine thing to be accepted as one of the faithful. I told the ladies how grateiul I was to be permitted to help, I would indeed l>ave been thankful just to be al- lowed a place In the Church to kneel and say my prayers. They laughed and said they were al- ways happy when a person found the true faith—"only one fold tout a very large one." 'I helped with the census too. 1 made a novena to St. Francis de Suites and he helped me to find 47 Cathcflics here that have fallen away and some of them have started back again. I know of several families here with representatives in Church now, and all of them were willing ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian — 1 February 1950

PAGE FOUR THE JEFFERSONIAN FEBRUARY, 185? SPECIAL "COFFEE" HELPED THE PROCESS CARDINAL, FORGED TO STAND 84 HOURS IN A BRILLIANT LIGHT, FINALLY BROKE New York—The story of how the forces of Hell tried and suc- ceeded to break the will of Josef Cardinal Minds/.enty has been giv- en to the American people by the Reader's P'gest. "HCAV THEY BKlOKE CARDI- NAL M'INDSZENTY," an article in the Nov. issue, relates a story of torture that has scarcely been equalled in the long annals of the Catholic Church. Condensed ftom the book, "THE CARDI- NAL'S STORY," written by a Presbyterian, the article is 'based on the accounts of eyewitnesses and reveals horribly blunt details in the treatment of the Roman Catholic Cardinal, who a year ago this month was condemned for "treason," i. e. treason to the enemies of God. I.VIade to stand facing a bril- liantly-lighted whitewashed wall, Cardinal Miudszenty was given a Ibrutal third degree by questioners who themselves could stand the 'strain no longer tha...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian — 1 February 1950

FEBRUARY, 1950 THE JEFFER80NIAN PAGE FIVE Cardinal Broke— (Continued from page 4) (broken soldier of Christ lay mo- tionless 17 hours. A guard dur- ing the night reported he was not asleep—his eyes were open, staring rigidly. But the doctor examining him reported that, de- spite the starring eyes, IMinds- zenty was asleep. Later the Communist police, in- formed that the typewritten "con- fession" would not ibe believed by the people, were ordered to se- cure one written out in the pris- oner's own handwriting. THRTEEN MORE HOURS So thirteen more hours before the brilliant light followed, and the Cardinal, his will broken, obediently wrote what was sug- gested to his mind. From the day of his arrest on Dec. 26th to Feb. 8th, when his 3 day fake trial ended in his con- viction the Primate of Catholic Hungary was kept under ques- tioning and given frequent "in- jections." SHOWS HELL MUST EXIST Today Josef Cardinal Minds- zenty is a broken man, his mind shattered, his liealthx gone, old...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian — 1 February 1950

PACE SIX THE JEFFER80NIAN FEBRUARY, 1950 THE WORK OF A DIVINE ARCHITECT PRIESTHOOD OF JESUS CHRIST SEEN AS (Editor's Note: In UiIh, the third excerpt from the encyclical nt Pope I'luft XII on "The Sacred Liturgy," the Pontiff notes (I) the (historical beginnings of the liturgy. (2) the Church's hlHtorlc role as the reKUlator of ceremonies used in liturgical worship and (.'I) the existence of Hie PrleHlhood of Jesus Christ as a "living ami contin- uous reality through all the ages to the end of time". It Is this PrleHlhood, suys the Pope, thai bus been ho closely connected with the liturgy. I.e., official worship. In order that the reader* of TIIK .1KEKEItiSf)NrAN might have the opportunity to read the excellent booklet by the Pope we are carrying It hero in aerial form. The text follows:) "Liturgical practice begins with the very founding of the Church. The flrHt Christians, In fact "were perserverlng l the doctrine of the A|s)slles anil In the coin anunlcation of the breaking of br...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian — 1 February 1950

FEBRUARY, mo THE JEFFER80NIAN PAGE 8EVEN officers of texas catholic historical association Shown above inspecting a volume of Texas Catholic history are off leers of the Catholic Historical Association of Texas. Pictured left to right, seated, are lltt. ltev. Msgr. Joseph (J. O'Donolitie, pastor of 'St. Patrick's Church, Fort Worth and widely known uuthority on Texas history itself, Most Rev. Muiiano Garriga, Bishop of Corpus Christ! and iMost Rev. Lawrence J. FlUsSlmon, Hlsliop of Amnrlllo. Standing, left to right, are Father Anton Frank, pastor of Annuncia- tion Church, Houston, and Dr. Carlos Castenuda, professor at the University of Texas and author of a series ol' volumes on the history of the Catholic Church In Texas. Photo courtesy of TUB HOUSTON CHRONICLE. Soul of Martyr— (Continued from page r>) of certain accusers are honors 'bestowed upon us. 'Whatever we J'ave done was for the sake of the freedom of our Church, for the protection of our suffering •people and peace for...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian — 1 February 1950

PAGE EIGHT THE JEFFERSON!AN FEBRUARY, 1950 9TH INNING ON FOR JUSTICE; WARNING ON BOOBYTRAP GIVEN New Haven. Conn.—The same isn't over till the last inning. Whose who saw the Philadelphia A's bang: out 10 runs In the last inning to take a World Series Kamo when they had been losing 8-0 know, says "OOLUMBTA," na- tional organ of the Knights of Columbus, that the fight isn't over till the 9th inning. A similar ninth Inning, saya the magazine, is on hand for ''sup- porters of just treatment" for children in ,America's religious schools. Efforts to secure justice for them, says "COLUMBIA", must not Ibe relaxed just because "t h e Harden Bill i s as dead as your Christmas Clulb check." . "It was too raw to fool anybody," the KC organ added. Urging fair-minded people not to relax the battle to prevent dis- crimination, "COLUMBIA" warns that the current Thomas Bill sub- stitute is in reality a legislative "Booby trap." Its outer coat of fairness lulls the fair-minded to sleep whilst its inn...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian — 1 March 1950

(Editor's note: In this, the.' 15th In a series of articles tn which converts to the Catholic Church answer the question, "How in the world 'did you do It?", father Eric Beevers, pastor of. the Church of St. Francis Xavier in Stillwater, Oklahoma, gives a unique answer. For him he (became a Catholic because one day it ralued in New York. Does that sound silly? Well, read the story, which follows:) When you boll U down, I sup- pose 1 became a Catholic because of rain! My parents werp Eng- lish, although ; I was born in Edinburgh, Scotland . Most of the family werejmemtftmKof ,the Congregational -QKjprch but settee the one In E<iiiW|rgh was quite a distance fromy'.«ttr.. home, my iparents began going' to a nearby Presbyterian church. As a result, I was raised a Presbyterian and In my early teens became a Sun- day-school teacher and assistant choir master- After graduation I began work- ing in the New York stpck ex- change and studying at nights for' the opera. ^ "COME OUT OF THE RA...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian — 1 March 1950

/ PACK TWO THE JEFMRoON.AN MARCH 1M0 THE JEFFERSONIAN REV. JOHN G. O'ROURKE. EDITOR "THE HISTORIC CHURCH FOR AN HISTORIC TOWN" T Entered In the post office at Jefferson, *exa a* second class ot nail matter January 24, under ttye a«& of jtta^ch; 3^ 1879. The subscription rate to THE 5 JEFK|ER8dNlAN$ J11 monthly, Is one dollar per year. Address all communications to THE JEFFERSONIAN, Box 705. Jefferson. Terns. Editor's, Phone; Marshall 6293. i, Box 705, Jefferson, !?***• Editor's. P^oiys; Mai •,i:: td tkm fi!r I!; A r-'b'ij ' ASSISTANT EDITOR .V-H-••• 8wlu - in ; M('" M • - w ■ STAFF Margaret Ramsay, Mamie Haddon, Grace Swltz, Billy Watson, {Catherine Perot, Mildred Meyer, (Catherine Wise THE JEFFERSpNIAN humbly intends to carry out the mandate ot Our Divine Lord: "Going, therefore, make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father, and of the Sou and of the Holy Ghost, teaching them to observe all that I have commanded you." its only purpose Is to serve the ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian — 1 March 1950

y-'. ry,f *'v"; rwrM'Tir i-'Y : :;Lv"-W: ■ march two •-v- Jf $g$a$ I CT'Si S-f4;-, ? 1 PACE THRU St. Patrick— ^Continued fram page I) A NATION PAY8 TRIBUTE Yea, this St. Patrick's Pay the heart of America once igalu will hail the glorious saint, and on New York's Fifth Avenue a 11 races and religions, thf> shamrock proudly displayed, will pay a fair- minded nation's tribute to A great man who happened to he a saintly (bishop and leader of the Roman Catholic laith. St. Patrick, according to refer- ence books, was born at Kllpat- rick, Scotland fifteen hundred and sixty three years ago in the the year of Our Lord 887. The Bon of Calphurnlug. a Roman gen- eral of noble blood, and Conches- sa, a near relative of the saintly (Roman Catholic bishop, St. Mar- tin of Tours, France,, Patrick's father at the time of the saint's birth was serving "with the Roman army in Britain. CARRIED OFF INTO SLAVERY In his sixteenth year the fu- ture Apostle of Ireland first set ■foot on Irish soil not ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian — 1 March 1950

PAGE FOUR THE JEFFERSON I AN MARCH 1950 / ARK. WRITER CONTRASTS NOTIONS OF LIBERTY OXNAM RIGHT; CHURCH DOESN'T BELIEVE IN LIBERTY 'WAY WE UNDERSTAND IT' Little Hock, Ark.—"The Roman Catholic Church does not believe In religious liberty as we under- stand It." This statement, made recently by New York's non-Catholic Bish- op Oxpam, has found a support- er here. I Lawrence Martin, a Little Rock citizen, writing to THE iARK. ^ DEMOCRAT, has stated bluntly | that be agrees with the Bishop and that he can prove that the Roman Catholic Church actually <loesn't believe in religious lib- erty in the same way as do Bish- op Oxnam and other leading anti- Catholic Americans. The Arkansas gentleman's con- trast of the Catholic and Oxnam notions of liberty makes interest- ing and provocative retting. miserably to carry out Catholic doctrine on liberty of conscience. Protestants too have constituted the majority in lands where eco- nomic depressions, not their fault struck, and where in hintor...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian — 1 March 1950

MARCH 1950 THE JEFFERSONIAN PAGE FIVE MRS. GENE MEYER'S VIEW SLYLY SLANTED, CARD. TELLS 'LDOK' Detroit— Mrs. Eugene Meyer's article. "Why Protestants Need to Wake Up," is "superficial, unfac- tual, slyly slanted in an anti- Catholic sense, devoid of any comprehension and understanding of the essentials of religion, in- volved in contradictions and cal- culated to do harm." This just indictment of Mrs. Meyer's "Look" article, upon which more . comment Is found elsewhere in these pages, whs made in a letter published in that magazine from the distinguished pen of Edward Cardinal Mooney, Archbishop of Detroit, His Eminence told "Look" that he feared they had unwittingly lent themselves to "the purposes of a no doubt sincere but woeful- ly misinformed propagandist of secularism." Secularism, the Cardinal de- clared, is that ism which practi- cally disregards the role of God in human affairs. St. Patrick- (Continued from page 3) dren, of the many sons in Christ whom St. Germain 1b believ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian — 1 March 1950

PAGE SIX THE JEFFERSON IAN MARCH 1950 / CAN'T BE LIKE ACTORS WITH NEAT PHRASES WORSHIP OF GOD MUST BE EXTERNAL BUT INTERNAL ELEMENT SEEN NECESSARY TOO (Editor's Note: In thin, the fourth excerpt from the excellent letter of 1'ope Pius XII on "The Sacred Liturgy," the Pontiff makes an excellent point. Wor- ship of (!od, he says, must be loth exterior, because men are social 'beings, and interior, be- cause man's heart must be in what he does for "otherwise reli- gion clearly amounts to mere for- malism, without meaning and without content." The Pope re- bukes the error of Catholics go- ing to .MasR mechanically whilst they forget that those who do not give Interior effect to their out- ward observance are like those whom Our Lord drove out of the temple, namely, "actors in a thea- tre." The text of the Papal statement follows:) WORSHIP MUST BE SOCIAL "The worship rendered by the Church to God must 'be, in its entirety, interior as well as ex- terior. It is exterior because the nature...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian — 1 March 1950

MARCH 1959 THE JEFFERSONIAN 'l1ir'!*W9 PAGE SEVEN I Peace At Death— (Continued from page 3) Those are the words of his* I tory's greatest beneiactor about IWliotu revolves the story of man- liiml. Indeed the whole of human | history is summed ui> lu three glorious chapters, each reflect,ins I tiie mercy of the good God. The first, the fall of man and the promise of a Redeemer, the sec- | olid, the arrival of that 'Redeem- er, and, third, the helps to get to Heaven that that Divine Sav- lor has given. 1 "1. am the way, the life and the truth. 'He that belleveth in Me. even though he ibe dead, shall live." A VOICE WITH AUTHORITY Thus spoke the voice of Him Whose mission to reopen the gates of Heaven had been occas- ioned by the fall of our first pa- rent s. Thus spoke the voice which liad been promised over 4,000 years of patient expectation, a voice which with divine author* lly could proclaim divine truths and command man's belief in them. On one occasion Our Divine Lord said blu...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian — 1 March 1950

PAGE EIGHT THE JEFFERSONIAN MARCH 1953 / Protestants Asked— (Continued from page 4) promote George Washington's Idea that the country needs reli- gion in its public life-schools and IKilitics included. Nor does she try to cure "religious feuds'' ut the root of the trouble-revolution against the Historic Church. The cure-promoting the return of all to the Historic Church of Christ —she is not Interested in. "Mrs. Meyer doesn't caietosolve (lie problem by digging out the deep roots of the cancer. She prefers to apply the superficial medicine of secularism, which only makes matters worse. What the lady really appears to be interested in Is pushing the Protestant churches further away from union with the Mother Chur- ch. This she does by advising Ihem to "wake up" and to be- cotae all-out apostles for the new religion with transparent veneer of superficiality-secularism. Airs. Meyer sees "organized re- ligion in America today headed toward self-destruction. She is dismayed over competit...

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