Christianity Test 1 - Fr. Saunders
Terms in this set (95)
The Society of Jesus was founded (officially approved by the Pope) in
What was Fr. Marquette's name for the Mississippi River?
River of the Immaculate Conception
The French Jesuit Fr. Jaques Marquette is usually called
The French Jesuit who came to Louisiana with Iberville in 1700:
Fr. Paul DuRue
Describe the Jesuit's, Fr. Paul DeRue, exploration:
Explored Mississippi River from its mouth northward
Beinville gave property to the Jesuits that was called
The Jesuit Plantation
What was the location of the Jesuit Plantation?
Mississippi River to Broad Street ; Common Street to Felicity Street
The Jesuits lost the ______ when they were suppressed (disbanded) in the year 1763
Jesuits from Lyons, France returned to New Orleans in what year
The Jesuit superior of the new Louisiana mission was whom?
Fr. Jean Baptiste Maisounabe
Fr. Maisounabe Jesuit purchased property in downtown New Orleans for a school at the corner of
Baronne Street and Common Street
This Jesuit school located downtown was named
College of the Immaculate Conception
Father Maisonnabe died in the ______________ epidemic a year after founding the school
The second President-Rector of the school was
Fr. John Cambiaso, S.J.
This Jesuit purchased more land and designed and built in 1851 the Church of the _________________ on Baronne Street next to the school.
The Baronne Street church was constructed in ______________ architecture
The ___________________________________________ Memorial Chapel was built in the Jesuit residence of the College of the Immaculate Conception in the year 1901
Thomas J. Semmes
This chapel was rebuilt in the year ______ at the new Jesuit High School
In the year 1909 President ______________________________________ visited the old school
William Howard Taft
In the year 1911 the college section of the school moved uptown and was renamed
The University Chapel is also a parish church named
Holy Name of Jesus Church
The new Jesuit High School opens at Carrollton Avenue and Banks Street in
Carrollton Avenue became known as the
Avenue of Champions
In 1930 JHS played Baton Rouge in the first
night high school football game in New Orleans
In 1931 Professor Michael Cupero wrote
music for the "Alma Mater"
In 1933 Jesuit won its first
In 1946 Jesuit won four State Championships:
Baseball, Football, Basketball, and Track and Field
The victories in 1946 when Jesuit won four State Championship sare called _________
"All the Tricks in '46"
In the year _______ JHS constructed a large new addition to the existing building
This new addition included the following new facilities:
1. Chapel of the North American Martyrs
4. library ( 2nd floor, above cafe )
5. band room
In the year 1957 a new ______ was constructed across Banks Street
In the year 1974 a new library, called the ___________________ was built
The bottom three floors of the ________________________________________________________ were renovated in 1982
Jesuit Residence Building
These newly renovated floors were used for _____________ and __________
offices and classrooms
Next to the gym the _____________ Center was built in 1986
Over a _____ - year period, all of the houses in the block behind JHS were bought and demolished.
This city block is now called ________________________________ to honor a JHS graduate who was a star baseball player
Will Clark Field
In the year 2002 new _____________ labs and ________________ labs were constructed next to and above the Resource Center
science labs and computer labs
In the year 2005, right before Hurricane Katrina, the ________________________________ was completed
The 12-million-dollar rebuilding project after the damage from Katrina was completed in
2007 - 2008
The original Jesuit Residence:
All 6 floors of the building
The present Jesuit Residence:
5th and 6th floors only
In 2011 the ________________ Stadium was constructed off Airline Highway.
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.
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.
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?
Describe Fr. Paul DuRue's exploration of the Mississippi River
He explored the Mississippi River from its mouth northward
Iberville's younger brother
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 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 Maisounabe, S.J.
What was the name of the Jesuit school located in downtown New Orleans?
The College of the Immaculate Conception
The second Jesuit President-Rector of the school founded by Fr. Maisonnabe was who?
Fr. John Cambiaso, S.J.
The Memorial Chapel built in the College of the Immaculate Conception in 1901 was rebuilt in what year?
In 1930 JHS played Baton Rouge in the first of these?
high school nightime Football game
In 1938 Prof. Cupero and Fr. Benanti teamed up to write what?
When is the Feast Day of the Immaculate Conception? (Month and Day)
Why are blue and white the colors of JHS?
They are the colors of Mary
What figure is on the top right quadrant of the seal?
The Blue Jay bird
The original "J" stood for what? (four words)
Jesuit's School for Boys
What is in the center of the JSH seal?
Old English "J"
What does AMDG stand for?
Ad Majorem Dei Gloriam
What does AMDG Mean?
For the Greater Glory of God
What is in the top left quandrant of the seal?
What does the Star represent
It represents the Immaculate Conception
What was the original name of JHS?
The College of the Immaculate Conception
What Jesuit Student designed the JHS seal?
Oscar W. Rabensteiner Jr
The JHS Seal was introduced at the 1934 graduation cermony by this Father?
The JHS mascot is named what?
What was the only award given at JHS years ago?
a Blue "J" letter on a white sweater
This cartoonist drew the JHS mascot and visited the school in 1954?
Who named the current mascot?
What figure is in the bottom left quadrant of the Seal?
Two wolves and a hanging pot
The figure in the bottom left quadrant of the Seal comes from the family coat of arms of?
What is in the bottom right quadrant of the seal?
A pelican with 3 baby pelicans
The Pelicans on the seal represent what?
Civil - State of La. and Religious - Eucharist Symbol
In Christianity what is the Pelican Seal called?
Pelican in her Piety or Pelican Vulning (wounding herself)
What is the ancient belief regarding the Pelican?
A pelican off spring will eat from its mother's breast and drinks its blood for food
What does the ancient belief regarding pelicans have to do with Christ?
Christ shed his blood for us on the Cross and feeds us with his body and blood
The lyrics of the JHS Alma mater where written by whom?
What does "Alma Mater" mean?
Dear mother or Nourishing mother
What are the two meanings of the JHS Alma Mater?
It is a school song and a prayer Mary, the Immaculate Conception our patroness and mother
What are the JHS "two Mothers"?
THe School (JHS) and Mary
The original JHS fight song lyrics were written in 1938 By whom?
The lyrics of the original JHS fight song was written by whom?
What are the boundaries of the Jesuit Plantation?
Common and Felicity and Broad the Mississippi River
In what year did the Jesuits return to New Orleans?
How long after arriving in New Orleans did Father Maisounabe die?
Fr. Maisounabe purchased property downtown for the school at what corner?
Barone St and Common Street