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

JULY, INS THE JKPrClttONIAN Pl8 I Of Mr tan kid 3HT in |tion, his life and |at It |drink His hard they ying," I back, con- to be- I bread Walked They |ud in- .derm 11" for | to he- hat iSt I divine force lul, He aithless pm. He hat He Ifort to |m that Him talk- for men J to His pm the | control, undier |lect, to ees are Christ you [ of the lord had Igdom of fame of whom |e words Tve have low that 1 Son of Apostles Supper I promise I'ould be |rd Him "This |d Him "This Blood." Ill them fad done lover a- Catholic Papers Should Not Be Afraid of Controversial Topics Editors Told To Reject Avoiding Vital Questions Notre Dame, Ind. — "For the most part, our papers assume an exaggerated air of unconcern a- bout matters of controversial nature," Bishop Thomas K. Gor- man of Dallas, U. S. Catholic Press chairman, declared In an address here to the National Catholic Press Convention. The prelate added that it seemed to him that there is a danger to- day "that our Catholic papers and magazines ...

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

THK JEPFERtONIAN JULY, IMS nUESTS ARE TOLD ON ORDINATION DAY THAT THEY MUST "ENDEAVOR TO LIVE HOLY, GODLY LIVES ' IN THEIR GOVERNMENT OF THE FLOCK "Dearly beloved sons, carefully consider the Order which you kave received today and the bur- den which has been laid upon your shoulders. Endeavor to live holy and godly lives, and to 'be pleasing to Almighty Clod, that you may obtain His grace." /With these words the Bishop gives a final admonition to the oew priest on his ordination day tbat always as he carries out his rtflce, he must strive to be holy, (• 'be sinless, to ibe pleasing to ' id, to lead the people in the ways of grace. OFFICE CALLED "BURDEN" That office which the Bishop fa his final words of the ordin- ation Mfess calls a "burden" Is defined toy him In his very first words of the ordination rite as follows: "The office of the priest fer to offer sacrifice, to bless, to govern, to preach, and to bap- tise." To those who kneel 'before bin) ready and willing to take Mi the...

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

if 994 are Mc- he Itful, I mcfri not J I 6 in ihon j IMMACULATE CONCEPTION THE JEFFERSONIAN ".THROUGH THE CENTURIES THE MOST IMPORTANT QUESTION A MAN COULD ASK HAS KEEN 'HOW CAN I FIND THE TRUE CHURCH f"- BISHOP GORMAN OF DALLAS IN INSTALLATION SEAMON. Established in Jefferson In 1948 VOLUME FOUR NUMBER 12 AUGUST, 1982 OUR LADY OF F ATI MA UNBELIEVERS REJECTED "THOUGHT CONTROL" St. Paul Thought Tradition Was OK St. John revealed that not all about Christ was written down. Christ commanded His Apostles to teach ALL that He had taught them. If it is not all in the Bible, part of it must be ELSEWHERE. Where? St. Paul says in tradition, which is one of two sources of Christian teaching for Catholics. Said St. Paul: "Brethren, stand fast: and hold the TRADITIONS which you have learned, whether by WORD, or by our Epistle." (II Thess. II, 14). He insisted that these traditions or teachings given toy voice, fioi 'by written word, be handed down. '"fhe things thou hast . heard of me by many ...

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

AMUIT, THE JEFFERSONIAN REV. JOHN a O'ROURKE. EDITOR "THE HISTORIC CHURCH FOR AN HISTORIC TOWN" stored in the post office at Jefferaon, Texas aa second clans iA matter January 24, 1949, under the act of March 3, 1879. The citptlon rate to THIS JEFFBR90NIAN, which Is publlatMA monthly. Is two dollars per year. Address all communications to THE JEFFERSONIAN, Box 705, JefferBon, 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 Fatlma 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 oi Our Divine Lord: "Going, therefore, make disciples of all natlonB. baptizing them in the name of the Fattier, and of the Son and oi the Holy Ghost, teaching them to observe all that 1 have commanded you." Its only purpose is to servo the HISTORIC CHURCH of the Christia...

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

AUWMT, IMS TM* JCPPMMNtAN Catholic Beliefs In 1952 Same As In 400 1ALLAS NEWS REVIEWS BOOK ON THE LIFE OF iT. AUGUSTINE, GREAT LEADER, WHO WROTE ABOUT ROME, EUCHARIST, CONFESSION, ETC. NEGRO AMERICANS PREPARE FOR PRIESTHOOD Dallas — A review of Louis de Wohl's novel, "The Restless Flame," based on the life of St. Augustine, a great leader of the Catholic Church, has appeared in THE DALLAS NEWS (12-9- 51). The review by William Payne declares that "there is no more dramatic story in the his- tory of the Christian Church than that of Augustine, an unregener- ate, almost pagan, youth who be- came the founder of theologv, one of the truly great doctors of the church." St. Augustine, the reviewer notes, was baptized by "the great Ambrose, Bishop of Milan," in the year 387; The use of the word "Catholic" in referring to the saint is not used in the ac- count. It was St. Augustine, the bril- liant doctor of the Catholic Church, who used the term 240 times in his writings in refer- ence to ...

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

PAOC POUR THK JCPPCRSONIAN AUGUST, IMt PRODUCTS OF "DIVISIVE1 SCHOOLS GUT TOP An Offering Was Not Paymenl INDULGENCES NOT FOR SALE ed the giving, the poor peasant who gave one penny got just the si.me Indulgence as the lord who gave a million. And both had to have sorrow for sins and meet The Catholic Church has nev- tbe other requirement.. icr sold an Indulgence. Charges j The Indulgence for St. Peter's Sfj made by enemies of the Church: was no more sold than is the that Indulgences were sold at [ Holy Sacrifice of the Mass when the time of Father Luther are j the priest takes an offering for not true. For the building of St. | praying for some special inten- Peter's. then under construction tion. All the money in the world iii Rome, the Pope asked all the cannot buy one Mass because the faithful to give an alms to this great project. Because this alms was asked, Father Luther repre- sented that the Indulgence was being sold. But the official Cath- olic Church document from Rome pr...

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

IS ITI ur ce| made ever Refl a coi Roos occa nto th a g| was merlca trthoda date ome -ongo< Coil " til ittined phraa Stat mo< ion 1 IMMACULATE CONCEPTION THE "AGAINST THE DANGERS OF DISILLUSIONMENT IN THE PRESENT CRISIS TMVRE REMAINS A 8HININQ BEACON, A SURE SOURCK OP HOPE AND SOLACE IN THE UNCHANGING INSPIRATION OF THE WORD OK GOD, .THE BIBLE."—HIS HOLINESS, POPE PIUS XII. Established In Jefferson In 1948 VOLUME FIVE NUMBER 1 SEPTEMBER, 1952 OUR LADY OF F, DOES NOT DICTATE EXACT SIZE Of The Family; Pope Makes This Clear In Speech AFTER 4 YEARS With this issue THE JEFFEIRSONIAN enters its fifth year in the field of missionary journalism. For the past four years it has been a monthly bringing information about the Catholic faith to many in its parochial area who have had no opportunity of knowing much about the Catholic Church. Several thousand people in the territory committed to our care have learned something about the Catholic Church.. These, four years have passed; and we ...

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

+Mt tWO THE JEFFIMONIAN •crrcMttR, 1N2 t t i f i 1 v r. (! e: 1" Hi w h« <*e nr. co C bo 8c (lit nor THE JEFFERSONIAN REV. JOHN Q. O'ROURKE. EDITOR "THE HISTORIC CHURCH FOR AN HISTORIC TOWN" tote red In the poet office at Jefferson, Texas uh seconC class lA matter January 24, 1949, under the act of March 3, 1870. The crtptlon rate to THE JEFFHRSON1AN, which is published M monthly, Is $2.00 per year. Address all communications to THE JEFFERSONLAN. Box 705, Jefferson. Texas. Editor's phone. Jef- ferson 632; Dalngerfleld's Our Lady of Fatlma Church 323. The official or^an of the mlMion churches of the Immaculate Con- ception of 'he Blessed Virgin at Jefferson and of Our Lady at Fatlma mt Daingerfleld, THE JEFFERSONIAN is published with the ap- probation of the Most Rev. Joseph P. Lynch, D. D, Bishop of Dallas. Humhly it Intends to carry out the mandate o! Our Divine Lo d: "Going, therefore, make disciples of all nations, baptizing them In the name of the Father, and of the Son and o...

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

•CrrCMBEft, 1HJ p^^,^^,|WERE INFANTS AMONG FAMILY IN SCRIPTURE TNI llfflllMMAH *AM TNMI three or four rmmber should toe Increased to four or five If the (popuplation) ^ to increase." The writer In the Jesuit •weekly then Hate the same con elusions as Father Kelly and the same Papal medical, eugenic, so- cial and economic reasons which constitute cause for the use of natural means to regulate the size of the family. In comment Ing on the economic reason, the Jesuit writer stated: "A family living wage according to Papal standards, incidentally, mean* wage which enables the family not to live, but also to put aside a certain amount in savings." The writer In AMERICA con eludes: "Finally, let it be said that generous Catholic couples will often neglect these reasons : and. trusting in Divine Provi- dence, will continue to build a • family. This is heroic service beyond the call of Christian duty, ■ But let it not be said that those > couples who use the rhythm within the boundaries ...

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

PAQE gpuw TMC JWIMONMN IFTEMBCR, 1IB2 FATHER BRADY OF DALLAS BLESSES PARISH CAR m Jfm i ' "Yi •" ' w. I " " •3 ' •' rmmk Brady, (top St, Edward's Bhowu a'bove pariHli oar of HHfl Father John photo), pastor Church, Dallas, blessing the new Dalngerfleld and Jeffort>o prior to its maiden trip to Kant Texas. A 1902, 2 door Custoiuline Ford V8, the car wim purchased from the Dallas Ford dealer, U'M Maher, a 'knight of St. Gregory of His Holiness, Plus XII, gloriously reigning. Sir Knight Maher as u token of interest In the mission work of the JefforsonDulnger field area presented the car at cost. A benefactor of lOur Lady of Fatima Chapel, he was the donor some time back of a pew in the Daingerfield church in memory of the late Father Louis Joseph 'Harrington The car, the third to be owned by Our Lady of Fatima and Immaculate Con- ception ■Churches, like the otherH ia by an odd coincidence green. The new Ford was blessed Aug. 30th. It is valued at $2,402.88. Its predecessor had given ...

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

that A1 st him e roa- bolted mid be the job niratlon ely be- ce. Be- ir hard- ke any iw ob- nation lat the Repub- lid not For ex- th's ad- 'rohlbi- sn the I years Rooae- and as ipt the tin. 4 want state kins ifl ly and |e and let's on the away (and the tffid keep frficials frori fs de- God an al- in a 1-18-52. BR I di- log- |°r- 1 a s In Ited a jcls ING lex- late piiid uld Iter site pit. |rho le- N H IMMACULATE CONCEPTION THE JEFFERSONIAN % "HE THAT IS WITHOUT A WIFE IS SOLICITIOUS FOR THE THINGS THAT BELONG TO THE LORD. HOW HE MAY PLEASE GOD. B IS WITH A WIFE IS SOLICITIOUS FOR THE THINGS OF THE WORLD. HOW HE MAY PLEASE HIS WIFE; AND HE IS DIVID I COR. 7. v. 25-28. VOLUME 5 DECEMBER, 1952 THAT PAUL. OUR LADY OF FATIMA Church Alone Has Infallibility Alms From Catholic Readers for Final Bills Is Objective Funds to meet $1500 in obli- gations on the Daingerfield par- ish book printing bill, circulation costs in postage, and a $400 un- paid bill on THE JEFFERSON- IAN, missionary paper ...

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

PAGE TWO THE JEFFERSONIAN DECEMBER, 1952 THE JEFFERSONIAN Rev. John G. O'Rourke, Editor "The Historic Church for on Historic Town" Entered in the post office at Jefferson, Texas, as mail matter January 24, 1949, under the act of March i JEFFERSONIAN has been published with the approbi Rev. Joseph Patrick Lynch, D.D., Bishop of Dallas. As| of Immaculate Conception Church, Jefferson, and of Fatima, Daingerfield, it has served the needs of the Church in the area of these churches. This issue is published personal newsletter to announce its end. Voluntarily now it ceases publication, as the editor has undertaken new duties in Dallas. * class of Drive for Book Is $553.20 Toward $1500 Goal ■—-——- - - - OLD IN EXPERIENCE A priest, old in experience, nature's best school, reflected on the bitter way in which he learned to know the meaning of the words of the Imitation of Christ which report that once a man is out of sight, he is forgotten. He had learned how one can work his heart out in th...

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

DECEMBER, 1952 THE JEFFERSON IAN PAGE THREE Christ's Body A , \ 4 1 (Continued From Page One) Blood, you shall not have lite in you. He who eats My flesh and drinks My blood has life ever- lasting and I will raise him up on the last day. For my flesh is food indeed, and my blood is drink indeed. He who eats my flesh and drinks my blood, abides in me and I "in him.' "Could Our Lord have spoken in words more plain? Could He possibly have expressed Himself in words any clearer than these? The Bible tells us that to the objection that NO MAN could give his flesh to eat Our Blessed Lord replied that unless men ate of His flesh and drank of His blood, that they would not have eternal life. The reward for eating His flesh and His blood, Our Lord said, would be that on the last day He would raise to eternal life tfiose who did. He called His flesh 'food' and His blood 'drink.' WHAT COULD BE PLAINER "What could be plainer, Cou- sin Sophia?," said Father Paul. "When Our Lord replied to the ob...

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

PAGE FOUR THE J EFFERSON IAN DECEMBER, 1952 Christ's Body (Continued From Throe) "ISN'T IN MY BIBLE" j ONLY ONE TRUE CHURCH "Ah a matter of pure objec- ' live fact the only Church in his- tory that can really be that t True Church which Christ com- 'Well, where do you get that niandod (ho world to listen to Is out of the Bible? It i n t In my one which hu borne the title Bible. Show it to me where it Catholic for the past 1812 years is in our .Bible," said Cousin or more. Now It has always Sophia to her cousin, rather Paul. Picking up Sophia's copy of the Protestant King James Bi- ble, Father Paul opened it to the Gospel of St. John and be- gan to quote as follows from its 6th Chapter: THE PROTESTANT TEXT "And Jesus said unto them, 1 am the bread of life: he that cometh to me shall never hun- ger; and he that believeth on me shall never thrist . . . The Jews then murmured at him, be- cause he said, I am the bread insisted that people accept Je- sus Christ as a personal Savior by acc...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian — 1 December 1952

DECEMBER, 1952 THE J EFFERSON IAN PAGE FIVE CHRIST FOUNDED ONLY ONE CHURCH Church's Fidelity To Logic Led Ages Ago to "Promises" The Catholic Church's fidelity to the logical realities of the Bible text of Our Blessed Lord, "If any man refuses to hear THE Church (not plural churches), let him be ANATHEMA," is the reason why the Catholic Church for long, long centuries has had the custom of the "promises." This age-old agreement securing Catholic up- bringing for children born to Catholics who marry outside the faith is rooted in the Bible teach- ing of Christ Himself that the people of the world who delib- erately refuse to pay any mind to THE Church will be anathema, i. e. excluded from salvation. Christ in the Bible never com- manded that people read the Bible or else go to Hell, but He did say: "If anyone refuses to hear the Church, let him be ana- thema." A Logical Reality There is a logical reality flow- ing from these Biblical words, namely, the reality of God in the human fle...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian — 1 December 1952

PAGE SIX THE J EFFERSON IAN DECEMBER, 1952 $32,998.10 SPENT ON OUR LADY OF FATIMA PROJECT Records Show $27,401.84 Was Raised By The Jeffersonian for Church, Ceme- tery, Properties; $4,148.83 Debt on It In May, 1949, the Hughes Springs Mission Building Fund account was opened in the Jeffer- son bank. The fund was created for the purpose of building a chapel as a humble mission shrine on East Texas soil for Our Lady oil Fatima. Directly $29,702.10 went through the fund. The re- maining $3,230 of the $32,998.10, which did not go through the fund consisted of a $1,000 gift of 11 Protestant and 1 Jewish mer- chants of Daingerfield on the $2500 church site, a $750 gift from Mr. Robert Whelan of Mar- shall on the $850 Hughes Springs property and a $886 donation from Mr. Joseph Canterbury, Kilgore, contractor who built the church. $27,401.84 of the fund was raised by THE JEFFERSONIAN. A total of $5,596.26 was borrow- ed and deposited in the fund. The $32,998.10 paid the follow- ing bills: C...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian — 1 December 1952

DECEMBER, 1952 THE JEFFERSON IAN PAGE SEVEN $727.46 In Pew Fund! Mrs. Saner, Eugene Meyer, Jr. Top List 1910, $727.46 had been accumu- lated in this fund. Topping a list of 14 special donors to the fund, Mrs. John (Mary Ragley) Saner of Dallas, Sunday, Aug. 30, 1950, a fund Texas, and Mr. Eugene Meyer, for new pews in 85 year-old Im- maculate Conception Church, Jef- ferson, was inaugurated. Septem- ber 26, 1952, the day the parish lost its first resident priest since Jr., Jefferson, each gave $100. The list of the 14 donors and date of their donation follows: Mrs. I. L. Picard, Marshall, in memory of parents, Mr. Ex-English Leader Was Pro-Red Former Prime Minister Clement Attlee of Great Britain is shown above photographed in Spain in 1937. The ex-head man in England in a book on the Spanish War wrote high praise for the Red cause he supported- In the United States pro-Reds too have been in positions of government. Secretary of State Dean Acheson once spoke from the same platform wi...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian — 1 December 1952

PAGE EIGHT THE JEFFERSONIAN DECEMBER, 1952 5,000 People Were Given Contact With the Faith In 4-Year Effort to Broadcast Faith Some 84,000 Copies Were Circulated; 50 Pet. Among Non-Catholics With Not One Bit Of Discord From People of the Territory Holy See Honored Friend of Jeff September 15, 1948, 800 copies of the first issue of THE JEF- FERSONIAN, missionary paper founded to spread the faith, rolled off the presses at Jefferson, Tex- as. Dedicated to the cause of spreading information about the Catholic Church in an area less than V/ Catholic in the hope- that conversions would some day result, the new paper began its existence with only one resource: courage and faith in Our Lord and His Blessed Mother. Its un- dertaking was an ambitious one, the conversion of a sector of East Texas. St. Paul some years before had cherished a similar dream— only he set out to convert the world. He didn't succeed and neither did THE JEFFERSON- IAN. But the seeds of truth which the great St. Paul p...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian — 1 December 1952

DECEMBER, 1952 THE JEFFERSON IAN PAGE NINE Dedicated Jefferson Church in 1867 'I .US* The Most Rev. Jean Marie Dubuis, second bishop of Galveston, a native of France who died there in his old age, dedicated the Church of the Immaculate Conception of the Blessed Virgin shortly after its completion in March, 1867. The church is now the oldest standing church building in the Diocese of Dallas. THOSE WERE THE DAYS "Mrs. Margaret Sanger says that there should be a two-year holiday on babies. She would have the stork driven from the home of the rich and the poor alike for the years 1932 and 1933. It is her idea of meeting the crisis before the world. Mrs. San- ger, who, by the way, is now Mrs. J. Noah H. Slee, has said all along that we need fewer babies. And now that we haven't mouths enough to eat up our wheat or backs enough to wear our cotton, Mrs. Sanger-Slee is convinced that it is all because of a surplus of babies. The un- employment of baby specialists means nothing to Mrs. J. No...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian — 1 December 1952

PAGE TEN THE JEFFERSON IAN DECEMBER, 1952 Chats With You (Continued from Pa fie Nine) of your babies, the teaching of your children, the administration of the sacraments to you, the burial of your dead made me the instrument through which Our Lord brought rich graces to you and your loved ones. A bond was produced which, God grant, will live on as Providence removes a shepherd from your midst. I hope it will express itself in an occa- sional remembrance at Mass, in the rosary, in Holy Communion. Appreciation of what you have done at receptions and dinners is nice. We human beings like that. But appreciation in mutual prayer is better. Catholics to adopt them. We can- not, of course, approve propo- sals destroying (liberty in the land, which are per se immoral, but we could do a whole lot more to encourage voluntary abstin- ence, which is a good thing and from which flows many benefits to a community. We were invited to give the ad- dress at the annual mission rally of our alma mater...

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