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The Franciscan missionary, William of Rubruck, in his work on Asian customs, declares that everything he had heard from Andrew on the subject was fully borne out by his own personal observations.
* Pedro de Gante, Franciscan missionary in Mexico ( c. 1480 – 1572 )
They included five European Franciscan missionaries, one Mexican Franciscan missionary, three Japanese Jesuits and seventeen Japanese laymen including three young boys.
* September 8 – Saint Bernardino of Siena, Italian Franciscan missionary ( d. 1444 )
** September 8 – Saint Bernardino of Siena, Italian Franciscan missionary ( d. 1444 )
* August 28 – Junípero Serra, Spanish Franciscan missionary ( b. 1713 )
* 1289 – Franciscan friars begin missionary work in China.
* October 23 – Bernardino de Sahagún, Franciscan missionary ( b. 1499 )
* November 24 – Junipero Serra, Spanish Franciscan missionary ( d. 1784 )
** Bernardino de Sahagún, Franciscan missionary ( d. 1590 )
* May 20 – Saint Bernardino of Siena, Italian Franciscan missionary ( b. 1380 )
* William of Rubruck, Franciscan missionary ( approximate date ; b. c. 1220 )
* Franciscan friars begin missionary work in China.
Also in 1776, Fray Francisco Garces, a Franciscan missionary, spent a week near Havasupai, unsuccessfully attempting to convert a band of Native Americans to Christianity.
* Gerónimo Boscana Christian ( Roman Catholic Franciscan ) missionary
* Antonio de Olivares Christian ( Roman Catholic Franciscan ) missionary
The San Xavier District is the location of a major tourist attraction near Tucson, Mission San Xavier del Bac, the " White Dove of the Desert ," founded in 1700 by the Jesuit missionary and explorer Eusebio Kino, with the current church building constructed by the Tohono O ' odham and Franciscan priests from 1783 to 1797.
Father Padre Fermín de Francisco Lasuén de Arasqueta ( June 7, 1736 – June 26, 1803 ) was a Spanish missionary to Alta California, the second presidente and founder of the California Franciscan Mission Chain.
" The Chief was given the Spanish name Francisco Solano during baptism at the Catholic Mission, and is named after the Spanish Franciscan missionary, Father Francisco Solano.
Later the same year, the Franciscan missionary Francisco Palóu founded the Mission San Francisco de Asís ( Mission Dolores ).
* 1521-Pope Leo X grants Franciscan Francis Quiñones permission and faculties to go as a missionary to the New World together with Juan Clapión
* 1525-Italian Franciscan missionary Giulio Zarco is sent to Michoacán on the western coast of Mexico where he will become very proficient in some of the indigenous languages
* 1539-The Pueblos of what is now the U. S. Southwest are encountered by Spanish Franciscan missionary Marcos de Niza
* 1585-Carmelite leader Jerome Gracian meets with Martin Ignatius de Loyola, a Franciscan missionary from China.

Franciscan and Silvestre
The town was named after Silvestre Vélez de Escalante, a Franciscan missionary and the first European explorer in the region.
Its name derives from a visit to the area by two Franciscan friars from Spain, Silvestre Vélez de Escalante and Francisco Atanasio Domínguez in 1776, who followed the stream down Spanish Fork canyon with the objective of opening a new trail from Santa Fe, New Mexico, to the Spanish missions in California, along a route later followed by fur trappers.
It was named after Silvestre Vélez de Escalante, a Franciscan missionary and the first known European explorer of the region.
In 1776, two Franciscan missionaries Francisco Atanasio Domínguez and Silvestre Vélez de Escalante sought to find a land route between Santa Fe in New Mexico to Monterey in California.
Father Silvestre Vélez de Escalante, a Spanish Franciscan missionary is considered the first European explorer in the area in 1776, but only came as far north as Utah valley ( Provo ), some 60 miles south of the Salt Lake City area.
Franciscan missionaries Francisco Atanasio Domínguez and Silvestre Vélez de Escalante unsuccessfully attempted the trip to California, which was just being settled, leaving Santa Fe in 1776 and making it all the way into the Great Basin near Utah Lake before returning via the Arizona Strip.

Franciscan and Vélez
As La Rábida was a Franciscan monastery, that order would play a dominant role in this Christianization, and some of the first missionaries were natives of Palos, including Juan Izquierdo, Juan de Palos, Juan Cerrado, Pedro Salvador, Alonso Vélez de Guevara, Juan Quintero, Thomás de Narváez, and Francisco Camacho.

Franciscan and de
The evidence is found in two early maps, one made by the Portuguese cartographer Pedro Reinel in about 1522, the very first map to show the Falklands, the other a French copy of a Portuguese map bought in Lisbon by André Thévet ( 1516-1590 ), a Franciscan friar and prolific writer on many subjects ; this copy is now in the manuscript of a large unpublished work by Thevet in the Bibliothèque nationale de France in Paris.
The later forms of Late Middle Japanese are the first to be described by non-native sources, in this case the Jesuit and Franciscan missionaries ; and thus there is better documentation of Late Middle Japanese phonology than for previous forms ( for instance, the Arte da Lingoa de Iapam ).
* 1771 – Foundation of the Mission San Antonio de Padua in modern California by the Franciscan friar Junípero Serra.
Fra Luca Bartolomeo de Pacioli ( sometimes Paccioli or Paciolo ; 1445 – 1517 ) was an Italian mathematician, Franciscan friar, collaborator with Leonardo da Vinci, and seminal contributor to the field now known as accounting.
Other parties have also propagated the idea that the Native Americans believed the conquistadors to be gods: most notably the historians of the Franciscan order such as Fray Gerónimo de Mendieta.
Bernardino de Sahagún, who compiled the Florentine Codex, was also a Franciscan priest.
Rashi's explanations of the Chumash were also cited extensively in Postillae Perpetuae by Nicholas de Lyra ( 1292 – 1340 ), a French Franciscan.
** Magdalena de la Cruz, Franciscan nun of Cordova ( d. 1560 )
* Patrick Nold, Pope John XXII and his Franciscan Cardinal: Bertrand de la Tour and the Apostolic Poverty Controversy ( Oxford, 2003 )
The 1457 council was held by Cardinal de Foix, Archbishop of Arles and legate of Avignon, who was also a Franciscan.
* March 25 – Marcos de Niza, French Franciscan explorer ( b. c. 1495 )
** Juan de Zumárraga, Spanish Franciscan prelate and first bishop of Mexico ( d. 1548 )
Aztec culture and history is primarily known through archaeological evidence found in excavations such as that of the renowned Templo Mayor in Mexico City ; from indigenous bark paper codices ; from eyewitness accounts by Spanish conquistadors such as Hernán Cortés and Bernal Díaz del Castillo ; And especially from 16th and 17th century descriptions of Aztec culture and history written by Spanish clergymen and literate Aztecs in the Spanish or Nahuatl language, such as the famous Florentine Codex compiled by the Franciscan monk Bernardino de Sahagún with the help of indigenous Aztec informants.
The padres closed or consolidated several of the existing settlements, and also founded Misión San Fernando Rey de España de Velicatá ( the only Franciscan mission in all of Baja California ) and the nearby Visita de la Presentación in 1769.
* Four of the missions still run under the auspices of the Franciscan Order ( San Antonio de Padua, Santa Barbara, San Miguel Arcángel, and San Luis Rey de Francia ); and
He was appointed by the College of San Fernando de Mexico until 1812, when the position became known as the " Commissary Prefect " who was appointed by the Commissary General of the Indies ( a Franciscan residing in Spain ).
Mission San Antonio de Padua is a Spanish mission established by the Franciscan order in present-day Monterey County, California, near the present-day town of Jolon.
In 1928, Franciscan Friars held services at San Antonio de Padua.

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