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Jackson Ricau interview, Part 4
Topics include, Why his excommunication isnt real, His family and their jobs, His former life, How communism is taking over the world and the US
This tape starts at 10:30 of the last tape. Overlaps with last tape until 21:30. 21:30 Made appeals to the church for wrongful excommunication, but had no reply from Rome. Quit doing that because he realized he was never excommunicated in the first place. Thought recent Popes were not very good popes. Cardinal Baggio was a freemason, which is forbidden by Catholic Church. Traditional church was same for 2000 years until Vatican 2. St Pines is the church and it is growing well. Bought St Mary's. It is wrong to put political labels on traditional Catholics. Should get rid of labels on Catholics because they all teach the same thing. 25:00 You are either a Catholic or you are not. 8 Children, all went to catholic school. St Francis Xavier, wife from St. Martinville. Youngest child is 17, these changes happened when he was in the 3rd grade, so now he goes to private school. All others children finished school. 2 finished school at New Orleans academy. Did not like that kids got sex education and not religious education. 1 daughter at Dominican college, 1 at LSU, One lost in automobile accident in 1962. Sons finished at Nicholls. 28:30 Daughter is housewife, works part time in lawyer office. Son teaches school in Houma Louisiana. Another son is insurance adjuster. Another son works at place that makes cables. Another son is a wholesaler for hardware. 5 grandchildren as well. Lived in New Orleans since 1942. Served in world war 2 for a year. Enough funds in the Citizens' Council for him. We could lose our country to communists unless we elect proper people to congress. Most people aren't aware that communism is taking over. Portugal, Hungary, Russia, Poland all lost already.
New Orleans (La.)
Amistad Research Center
Rogers.Jackson Ricau 11.17.78 Item 2-01
Box 8, Item 2, Side 1, Kim Lacy Rogers collection, Amistad Research Center at Tulane University, New Orleans, Louisiana
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