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Francisco Palou"s Life and apostolic labors of the Venerable Father Junípero Serra

founder of the Franciscan missions of California
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G.W. James , Pasadena, Cal
Serra, Junípero, 1713-1784, Franciscans -- California, Franciscans -- Missions, Missions -- California, California -- History, California -- History -- To
Statementwith an introduction and notes by George Wharton James ... English translation by C. Scott Williams.
ContributionsJames, George Wharton, 1858-1923., Williams, C. Scott., Palóu, Francisco, 1723-1789.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsF864 .S52
The Physical Object
Paginationxxxiv, 338 p., 1 l. incl. illus., facsim., fold. map.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL14008594M
LC Control Number14003168

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Early life. Serra (born Miguel José Serra Ferrer, November 24, – August 28, ) was born in the village of Petra on the island of Majorca (Mallorca) off the Mediterranean coast of Spain.

A few hours after birth, he was baptized in the village church. His baptismal name was Miquel Josep Serra. His father Antonio Nadal Serra and mother Margarita Rosa Ferrer were married in Beatified: September 25,Saint Peter's Square. Sep 03,  · Junipero Serra: California's Founding Father is a detailed account of the life of Junipero Serra, the Franciscan missionary responsible for a great deal of the founding of the series of missions which became the backbone of Spanish colonization in California/5.

Father Junipero Serra is known as the Father of California's Spanish missions. He personally founded nine of California's 21 Spanish missions and served as president of the California missions from until he died in Junipero Serra () A priest in the Franciscan order of the Catholic Church, Junipero Serra was a driving force in the Spanish conquest and colonization of what is now the state of California.

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Serra founded nine mission stations along the coast from San Diego to San Francisco. Eventually 21 missions were established. Father Serra was a dedicated, energetic supervisor of missions, keeping discipline and zeal alive by constant visitations throughout the mission system.

Biography of Junípero Serra The Founding of San Francisco, by Edward F. O’Day Founding of the which carried away sixty villagers, all of whom, as the curate of the place wrote to the reverend father Junípero, were persons who had not gone to hear the missionaries.

“Their apostolic labors having been finished, they were upon their. For some reason the college failed to accept those missions. Father Palou was therefore employed in the City of Mexico until when with Father Serra and fourteen other Franciscan friars he was sent to Lower California.

In April,on reaching Loreto, he was given charge of. Francisco Palou. Please help support While in charge of Mission San Francisco he compiled his "Noticias" in four volumes. It is the standard history of the California missions from to At San Carlos Mission he wrote the Life of Father Serra which contains the history of the first nine missions, San Diego to San Buenaventura.

Sources. The Spanish, like Father Junípero Serra, built what in California. rendezvous. a meeting where the trappers would trade furs for supplies. Creoles. American-born children. (Mormon church) inwas a New York farmer, said that heavenly visions had revealed to him the.

New Book Offers Fresh Perspective on Junípero Serra. What have you learned about Father Serra through writing this book. our Blessed Mother and the life of a missionary at San. Nov. 20, Saint Jun í pero Serrra: An Interview with Father Ford A mural of Serra was displayed on the side of the Basilica for the canonization Mass.

The Canonization Mass of Blessed Junípero Serra was celebrated by Pope Francis at the Basilica of the National Shrine of. Saint Junipero Serra, Spanish Franciscan priest whose missionary work among the Indians of North America earned him the title of Apostle of California.

In he became the first saint of the Roman Catholic Church to be canonized in the United States. Learn more about Serra’s life and work. Writings of Father Junípero Serra Translated by Rose Marie Beebe, Santa Clara University allowed themselves to be gathered together in the apostolic and evangelical net.

And this is what happened, as I shall explain later. According to the Senor-Gobernador, Fray Francisco Palóu was Serra’s good friend and colleague.

He wrote the first. Nov 23,  · A timeline of the life of Father Junipero Serra, from his birth in Spain to his death -- and the two openings of his gave -- at one of the nine missions he founded in California.

Francisco Paul, Historical Account of the Life and Apostolic Labors of the Venerable Father Junípero Serra (), trans. Scott Williams (Pasadena: George Wharton James, ), 4. Writings of Junípero Serra, ed. Antonine Tibesar (Academy of American Franciscan History, ), Father Junipero Serra. On August 31,the Spanish galleon, Nuestra Señora de Guadalupe, owned by Captain Juan Manuel Bonilla set sail for Vera Cruz, Mexico.

She was carrying European goods that would be exchanged for a king’s ransom in treasure. Also on board were twenty Franciscan priests, one of whom was Father Junípero Serra.

something that is inside of all of us, makes us truly original, and different from everyone else. It is something that cannot be copied and only you have a certain one. Discover Junípero Serra Statue in Hillsborough, California: This controversial depiction of the "Founder of California" looks as though it was sculpted from mashed lindsayvanbramer.com: Eric Grundhauser.

Junípero Serra in His Own Words This book presents St. Junípero Serra by using his own letters, journals and sermons. Instead of hearing what others think of Serra, this book allows one to meet the man and form one's own opinion.

All texts are from the original and have the authors' own translations. The book ende, " Serra’s struggle was /5. Life of Ven. Padre Junipero Serra Life of Maximilian I., late emperor of Mexico, with a sketch of the Empress Carlota () This book, Life of Maximilian I, by Frederic Hall, is a replication of a book originally published before It has been restored by.

Sep 22,  · How Junipero Serra Helped Shape California: NPR History Dept. Set to be canonized while Pope Francis is in Washington this week, Junipero Serra and his. Sep 23,  · Pope Francis’ Homily at the Canonization Mass for the Rev. Junípero Serra.

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Father Junípero Serra. He was the embodiment of “a Church which goes forth”, a Church which sets out to bring. Jan 15,  · For instance, if one drives to San Francisco from the south, one fairly direct route to the city will take the traveler on Interstate Highwayformally named the Junipero Serra Freeway.

Upon arriving in the city, one way to get downtown is via Junipero Serra lindsayvanbramer.com: Rose Marie Beebe, Robert M.

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Senkewicz. Serra’s life to begin. At this point, Serra was accorded the title “Servant of God.” - Declared “Venerable” Pope John Paul II declared Father Junípero Serra to be “Venerable” on May 9, - Declared “Blessed” On Sept. 25,Junípero Serra was declared “Blessed” by.

Jun 12,  · Famous for establishing the California Missions, Father Junípero Serra was a remarkable man whose achievements spanned across two worlds.

Prior to his arrival in California, he was an established academic at Lullian University on the island of Mallorca in Spain. A brilliant scholar, he had secured a professorship at the age of Jul 01,  · Bl. Junipero Serra and the Holy Family On September 25th,Pope St.

John Paul II beatified Fr. Junipero Serra, who was a dazzling scholar, a tireless apostle, and the founder of many.Jul 01,  · Blessed Junípero Serra: Bringing the Faith to California. Senkewicz and Rose Marie Beebe have released a new book, Junípero Serra: the .