Junipero Serra


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Noun1.Junipero Serra - Spanish missionary who founded Franciscan missions in California (1713-1784)Junipero Serra - Spanish missionary who founded Franciscan missions in California (1713-1784)
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Junipero Serra, he decided to have a reading in the local language of one of the Native American tribes Serra worked with in what is now California.
Wilson is a four-star recruit from Junipero Serra High, where he averaged 16.
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In the heart of the city of San Rafael in Northern California, adjacent to its famed historic Mission Church which is dedicated to the legendary Spanish 18th Century evangelist, Friar Junipero Serra, a most unusual neighbor has moved in.
El pasado dia primero se celebro la fiesta de San Junipero Serra, cuya ceremonia de canonizacion encabezo el papa Francisco en Washington, D.
In 2014, the PTA of Grattan Elementary School in the prosperous Haight section of San Francisco raised about $1,000 per student while Junipero Serra Elementary School, in economically challenged Bernal Heights a few miles away, could muster only $25 per student, according to published reports.
m, at the Pilipino Bayanihan Resource Center at 2121 Junipero Serra Blvd.
Bohnert claims that students at Junipero Serra High School, an all-boys school in San Mateo, humiliated her for two years.
On Wednesday he was cheered by jubilant crowds as he visited the White House - where he and US president Barack Obama embraced each other's warnings on climate change - paraded through Washington streets in his "popemobile," addressed US bishops, noting the clergy sex abuse scandal, and celebrated a Mass of Canonisation for Junipero Serra, the Spanish friar who founded major California missions.
Late in the day, Francis - the first Pope from the Americas - canonized Junipero Serra, the famous 18th century Spanish friar who brought the Catholic faith to California.
Some feathers may be ruffled by his decision to canonise a Spanish Franciscan missionary, Junipero Serra, who was involved in converting to Christianity the native Indian population in California in the 18th century.
JOHN Huston, US film director, 1987, above JUNIPERO Serra, Spanish missionary, 1784 ANTONIO Puerta, Spanish footballer, 2007 SHANIA Twain, Canadian singer, 1965, above LE ANN Rimes, US country singer, 1982 DAVID Soul, US television 1975: A London Underground train crashes at Moorgate, killing the driver and at least 29 passengers.