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|Maria Hemelvaart Church|
Rooms Katholieke Kerk Maria Hemelvaart
|denomination||Roman Catholic Church|
|founded date||1924 there was an older church before builded in 1858|
|address||Canadastraat 26, Heino|
|Key individuals||EmeritusPastor fr. Mijnhout|
After the Reformation (1581), The protestant churches took over the catholic possessions. Especially in the religion the protestant were very fanatic. For the catholics the celebration of masses was almost impossible. Many pastors refused converting to protestantism and continued secretly to pursue the pastoral care.
Jesuit Fathers in Heino
It was the Jesuit Fathers from Zwolle who took responsibility on the pastoral care in Heino. From 1581 to 1685, the Catholics in the area served by the Jesuit order. They came together in secret, usually a quiet, secluded spot outside city or village. Through the years the Jesuits were celebrating the mass in places like the Zuthemerweg, the Colckhof, later on the Brink Lierderholthuis.
The missionaries found a solid foothold in the Spieker Spieker Lierderholthuis.Het Lierderholthuis, consisting of a house and a barn converted into a church, was owned by Mr and Mrs Henry Arnold of How to Hoickink, master hunter, governor of King William III and Mary Elizabeth of Boecop. They delivered Henricus van der Gracht permission to settle on the Lierderholthuis. The mission reports of the Jesuits Van der Gracht is a hardworking, diligent and indefatigable missionary named. Day and night he was in the back and turned all his care to poor, sick and infirm. Both the peasantry to the nobility as a facilitator Jesuit pastor must have been, a true pastor to the growing number of Catholics in and around Raalte, Heino and Lierderholthuis. The apostolic vicar Peter Codde spent in his 1701 report detail at the station Raalte-Heino, where the mission was Lierderholthuis center. Codde described it as a broken stekt marshy area where very many Catholics lived on after five or six noble families, belonged to the peasantry. With hard work the farmers were a sober existence. Codde hopes that the station would be divided in half worden.Maar an ever-increasing antipathy of Civil and Judicial authorities against the Jesuits prevented this plan.
After the death of Father Philip van Gorp, who presided over the 1726-1748 Lierderholthuis, came to an end the activities of the Jesuits as pastors in rural Salland. An important event took place in 1776. On March 28 of that year and served the Catholics of Heino Lierderholthuis in chivalry and Cities of Overijssel an application for leave to have its own pastor. They argued that from 1685 Jesuietenmissionarissen had served as pastor at the Lierderholthuis under Heino. The construction of a church and barn on the property under Heemen Raalte in 1750 moved the priest to Raalte. From there he served four churches in Luttenberg barn, Raalte, and Heeten Lierderholthuis. This meant that the priest only every fourteen days many Catholics in the area and Heino Lierderholthuis could speak again. Our own pastor was easy, because the priest had to Raalte is one of two chaplains. They suggested a chaplain in Raalte to place and Lierderholthuis the establishment of a priest should be allowed. Knighthood and Cities of Maharashtra had raised no objection, so on October 31, 1776 GH Thalen was appointed first pastor of the station Lierderholthuis / Heino. The station would Lierderholthuis to 1858 of the Catholic pastoral center in the region that year the parish blijven.In Heino detached from Lierderholthuis. Five years earlier in 1853 was the Catholic Church organization in the Netherlands again from Rome officially established. This is called "the restoration of the Episcopal hierarchy" mentioned. Existing stations were converted into parishes. Thus, by Mgr. J. Zwijsen, Archbishop of Utrecht, on February 20, 1858 the parish to Our Lady Ascension Heino established. Simultaneously, the boundaries of the new parish established. The parishes of Lierderholthuis, Hoonhorst, Luttenberg Raalte and Heino had to cede territory. Archbishops By Decision of March 26, 1858 a church council was formed. Determining that the pastor, Otto Anthony Spiers, chairman of the church would be. Were also from "the ablest and meestachtingwaardigste adult male members" of the parish directors are appointed, who received the title of churchwarden.
On April 2, 1858 appointed the Archbishop of merchant and shopkeeper HW Wolters, the farmer H. Kortstee, notary N.P.M. Bael of the miller and W. High Lugt masters of the first church to church government. The church had the task with zeal and fidelity of all interests to represent the parish. This meant that the church care for the maintenance and preservation of immovable and movable property was entrusted. The administration of the sacraments was the work of the priest. Van Bael and High Lugt were on the same day also appointed members of the Board of Guardians parochieel. The other members were H. Lugtenberg and H. Schotman. They got the title of Guardians. The poor authorities had the task to provide support for poor and needy. This concern also extended to orphans and minor children of needy. The above tasks and activities of church government, and poor authorities priest remained unchanged for decades. A strictly enforced episcopal hierarchy given the image of a conservative church katkolieke. Changes came in 1967 (renewed General Rules parish church boards) and 1974 (setting Parish Councils). In Heino was in 1970 created a Parish Council, this council in 1981 was converted into the Parish Assembly. This body is responsible to the pastor and pastoral counselor to advise the ministry on policy, the share of the parishioners in the mission to promote the church and to advise on budget and account / accountability.
The church was responsible for the construction and maintenance of church property, including the church, the presbytery (built in 1858, new in 1911), school (built in 1879, new 1921/1922) and the cemetery (construction in 1858, expansions in 1912, 1925 and 1956). The main building was of course the church. At the founding history of the Roman Catholic Church in Heino is given briefly stood still.
On April 26, 1854 the Commission sent to the foundation of a Roman Catholic church and parsonage in a letter to Archbishop J. Heino Zwijsen. The committee called for a speedy decision. The money for construction was not a problem. The parishioners had already subscribed for an amount of more than 3400 guilders. There were commitments to an amount of 1500 guilders. Also formed to borrow any funds remaining obstacle. On December 14, 1855 addressed the committee in a petition to King William II. Archbishop Zwijsen supported this request. By Royal Decree of March 18, 1857 was the construction of church and presbytery approved. Even then slowly turned red tape! However, the plans were ready. Architect Wennekes had been in May 1856 made a drawing and specifications. The tender took place on April 20, 1857 in the inn "Posthuis the" P of the Count. Lowest tenderer contractor W. Lelivelt for a sum of 19,500 guilders. In February 1858 the church was still unfinished. Later priest said Spiers said: "Inside there were still underway. The windows had no glass and there was no floor. They had to stand and kneel in the sand "! Furniture, benches and ornaments were missed. Images, stations and even the pulpit were missing. Yet the church was consecrated on February 16, 1858 and in use.
On May 9, 1922 the church met on the need for a new church building. There was no difference of opinion on whether the poor condition "Waterstaatskerk" instead. However, the churchwardens were fearful of the high construction costs. But the decision to finance construction and was pastor GB Eekwielens announced from the pulpit and found general agreement among the parishioners. A collection was held in April 1922 is already generated more than 30,000 guilders! By architect M. Roebbers from Deventer made financial plan and drawings were on November 15, 1922 sent to the Archbishop for approval. The private registration took place then in June 1923, while on July 5, 1923 the construction contract with JH Heimerink from Nijmegen was signed. Heimerink, the church built over 107,000 guilders. The first stone laid by Father G.B. Eekwielens was on August 29, 1923.
The Archbishop Mgr. H. van de Wetering was on October 6, 1924 in Heino warmly received. He spent the night in the parsonage. The inauguration ceremonies on October 7, 1924 started already at 7 hours in the morning. 10 hours contributed to the Archbishop, assisted by several clergymen from surrounding areas, a pontifical high mass on. The church was packed. The former Heinoër J. High Lugt held a sermon in response to the biblical text "Blessed are those who live in this house". In solemn procession, the Blessed Sacrament from the old to the new church moved. In December 1925 the church was on the financial balance. The total construction installation and labor costs were more than 213,000 guilders!
After five years of heavy war Heino was liberated in April 1945. During the liberation on April 12 were church, school, parish clerk and dwelling house affected by war. The spire and the leidak were heavily damaged by shell hits. The architect Deventer
J. Haket found that demolition was the only option. The ceiling, the arches, stained glass windows, sacristy, bell tower and clock were also substantially damaged.
The church was restored, however. In April 1946 the works were largely completed. The restoration had cost over 42,500 guilders. The Germans looted in 1943 by the bell "Teresa, Mary and Henry" after the war were replaced by new bells. By the Dean of Zwolle consecrated bells were hung in the tower in August 1949.
references and notes
text taken from: J.J. Seekles, inventory of the archives of the R.K. parish "Our Lady Assumption" to Heino, 1858-1985, Heino, 1997