John Capistran, Saint


John Capistran, Saint
John Capistran, Saint
Lawyer, governor, ambassador, became a Franciscan priest and a renowned preacher, died in 1456

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  • Fraticelli — The Fraticelli, sometimes confusingly called Fratricelli, were medieval Roman Catholic groups that could trace their origins to the Franciscans, but which came into being as a separate entity. The Fraticelli were declared heretical by the Church… …   Wikipedia


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