Jesuit Christianity: History 1-40
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St. Igatius of Loyola was born in what year?
The Society of Jesus was founded/officially by the Pope in what year?
The very first Jesuit In America
Fr. Pedro Martinez, S.J.
The First Jesuit landed in Florida in what year?
What happened to Fr. Pedro Martinez
He was killed by Indians
What is the name of the French Jesuit explorer and missionary who discovered the Mississippi River?
Fr. Jaques Marquette, S.J.
In What year did the French Jesuit explorer and missionary discover the Mississippi River?
What was the first name given to the Mississippi River by the French Jesuit?
The River of the Immaculate Conception
The French Jesuit who discovered the Mississippi River is usually called what name?
The French Jesuit who came to louisiana with Iberville in 1700
Fr. Paul DuRue, S.J.
Describe Fr. Paul DuRue's exploration of the Mississippi River
He explored the Mississippi River from its mouth northward
Iberville's younger brother
Iberville's younger brother founded the city of New Orleans in what year?
What was the property that Beinville gave to the Jesuits called?
What was the location of the property given to the Jesuits by Beinville?
MS. River to Broad Street and Common Street to Felicity Street
The Jesuits lost their property given to them by Beinville when they were suppressed/disbanded in what year?
The Society of Jesus was restored again by Pope Pius VII in what year?
The Jesuits returned from what country after they were restored?
What year did the Jesuits return to America after they were restored
The Jesuit Superior of the new Louisiana Mission
Fr. Jean Baptiste Maisonnabe, S.J.
The Jesuit Superior of the new Louisiana Mission purchased property downtown in downtown New Orleans for a school at what corner?
Barone St. and Common St.
What was the name of the Jesuit school located in downtown New Orleans?
The College of the Immaculate Conception
Fr. Maissonabe died from what, a year after founding the school (1848)?
The Yellow Fever Epidemic
The second Jesuit President-Rector of the school founded by Fr. Maisonnabe was who?
Fr. John Cambiaso, S.J.
Fr. John Cambiaso, S.J. purchased more land and designed and built in 1851 the Church named what on Baronne Street next to the school?
The Immaculate Conception
The Baronne Street Church Built next to the school was constructed in what type of architecture?
A Memorial Chapel named for this person was built in the College of the Immaculate Conception in 1901
Thomas J. Semmes
The Memorial Chapel built in the College of the Immaculate Conception in 1901 was rebuilt in what year?
In what year did a president of the US visit the old school?
What president of the US visited the old school?
William Howard Taft
In what year did the did the college section of the downtown school move to Uptown?
What was the college section of the downtown school that moved Uptown named?
The University Chapel is also a parish church named what?
Holy Name of Jesus Church
What was the last school year of the old school?
Classes were held in a rented warehouse during the the school year
The new Jesuit school on Carrollton opened in what school year?
Carrollton Avenue became known as what?
"The Avenue of Champions"
In 1930 JHS played Baton Rouge in the first of these?
Night high school Football game
In 1931 Prof. Michael Cupero wrote
Music for the Alma Mater
In 1931 Fr. Carmen Benanti, S.J. wrote
Words for the Alma Mater
In 1933 Jesuit won its first what?
State Championship in baseball
In 1938 Prof. Cupero and Fr. Benanti teamed up to write what?
In 1946 Jesuit won four State Championships in what sports?
Baseball, football, basketball, and track and field
The 1946 victories are called what?
"All the tricks in '46"