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Published by Burns, Oates in London .
Written in English


  • Francis Xavier, Saint, 1506-1552

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LC ClassificationsBX4700.F8 B74 1952a
The Physical Object
Pagination548 p.
Number of Pages548
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL6141306M
LC Control Number53023902

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Saint Francis Xavier, James Brodrick. Image Books, - Saints - pages. 0 Reviews. What people are saying - Write a review. We haven't found any reviews in the usual places. Contents. Shadows in Arcady. 9: Young Ambitions Ladder. The Roads of Italy. Jesuit Beginnings. The Gateway to the East. Islam and. The works of John Dryden by John Dryden (Book) Saint Francis Xavier, by James Brodrick (Book) Francis Xavier; his life, his times by Georg Schurhammer (Book Francis Xavier () travelled as a missionary to India, Japan and China in the mid-sixteenth century. St. Francis Xavier was born on April 7, in the Kingdom of Navarre in Northern Spain. He was born into a wealthy aristocratic family. His father died when he was nine, following an invasion of the kingdom by Castile and Aragon. As a result of the family’s activities to regain independence, the Xavier family’s lands were confiscated, their castle’s defenses were demolished and the.   In , Francis Xavier was among the first seven men to decide to formally join Ignatius of Loyola’s community. They were the first Jesuits, and Francis was ordained a priest three years later. Loyola had long-term plans to deploy Xavier as a scholar and teacher, but circumstances derailed : ()

  Saint, Priest, Missionary (–) Updated: Saint Francis Xavier was born on April 7, , in a castle near Sangüesa in Navarre (part of present-day Spain). With. The College Of St. Francis Xavier: A Memorial And A Retrospect, by New York (N.Y.) College of St. Francis X, College of St. Francis Xavier, et al. | Hardcover. Saint Francis Xavier Parish. Current conditions as of 14 Aug pm CDT Fair. Location: Parish - About - St. Francis Xavier () Parish - About - SFX History; Parish - About - Favorite Memories; Parish - About - Special Announcements; Dropdown Toggle Parish - Prayer/ Liturgy. St. Francis Xavier, Spanish San Francisco Javier or Xavier, (born April 7, , Xavier (Javier) Castle, near Sangüesa, Navarre [Spain]—died December 3, , Sancian [now Shangchuan] Island, China; canonized Ma ; feast day December 3), the greatest Roman Catholic missionary of modern times who was instrumental in the establishment of Christianity in India, the Malay Archipelago.

St. Francis Xavier, SJ () The great missionary St. Francis Xavier was from a Basque noble family, like his beloved mentor St. Ignatius Loyola. When Francis met Ignatius in Paris he was a proud, autocratic, ambitious man wanting to accomplish great deeds in the world. OUR SCHOOL PATRON – ST FRANCIS XAVIER () Francis Xavier was born in the Castle of Xavier, near Pamplona, in the Basque area of Spanish Navarre, on April 7th He was born into a noble family and was the youngest of five children, two girls and three boys. His father died when Francis . 1. Daily exercise of a Christian, by St. Francis Xavier 2. Method of catechizing the Ignorant, by the same 3. Explanation of the Creed, by the same 4. Other works of St. Francis Xavier 5. Supposed letter to Mancias, omitted in the text BOOK III. FROM THE FIRST VOYAGE OF FRANCIS TO THE EASTERN ARCHIPELAGO TO HIS RETURN TO INDIA. Saint Francis Xavier, by James Brodrick (Book) Francis Xavier; his life, his times by Georg Schurhammer The book ends with a detailed and challenging appraisal of the overall success of the worldwide Roman Catholic mission since the sixteenth century. Lettres de S. Francois Xavier: de la compagnie de Iesvs, apostre dv Iapon.