Nolasco, Saint Peter
Nolasco, Saint Peter
Biographical article on the founder of the Mercedarians

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  • Mercedarian — ▪ religious order also called  Nolascan , member of  Order of Our Lady of Mercy , also called  Knights of Saint Eulalia        religious order founded by St. Peter Nolasco (Peter Nolasco, Saint) in Spain in 1218, for the purpose of ransoming… …   Universalium

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