1 edition of Junípero Serra found in the catalog.
Steven W. Hackel
Written in English
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||Steven W. Hackel|
|LC Classifications||F864.S44 H33 2013|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xv, 325 pages, 16 pages of unnumbered plates|
|Number of Pages||325|
|LC Control Number||2013015253|
Citation Information. What made him especially happy was when he could do that directly one-on-one with native peoples. But even Serra could not overcome the forces massing against him. The exact date of his ordination into the priesthood is unknown. That paternalistic attitude could, at times, result in a behavior which anybody today would find very hard to justify.
Aside from a few state-run missions— namely Mission La Purisma, Mission Sonoma, and parts of Mission Santa Cruz— Junípero Serra book said most church-run missions he's visited do a poor job of representing Indian history. Missions were established with much greater success and lesser suffering in other parts of the American continent — particularly by the Jesuits. They were not allowed to practice their traditional beliefs. He then became an itinerant preacher, gaining a reputation as a mesmerizing orator who could inspire, enthrall, and terrify his audiences at will.
To keep the Indians free from sin. Even the most ardent Catholic historians now accept this is flat-out wrong. He chose to give up family and friends and a comfortable life in order to follow his dream of spreading Christianity to the New World. Along with probably 99 percent of the people in Europe at the time, he thought that non-Europeans were inferior to Europeans.
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He learned the Pame Indian language, composed a native catechism, and used Junípero Serra book methods of teaching religion to attract and Christianize the Indians. Some Indians, angered by the harsh treatment and longing for their villages, tried to escape.
He kind of liked that. Aside from a few state-run missions— namely Mission La Purisma, Mission Sonoma, and parts of Mission Santa Cruz— he said most church-run missions he's visited do a poor job of representing Indian history. Born into a poor family on the Spanish island of Junípero Serra book, Serra joined the Franciscan order and rose to prominence as a priest and professor through his feats of devotion and powers of intellect.
The missions Serra founded would devastate California's Native American population, and much Junípero Serra book than his counterparts in colonial America, he remains a contentious and contested figure to this day. A flurry of recent Serra scholarshiphowever, suggests the politics of the Spanish conquest were complicated.
Serra, in his hope to save souls, unwittingly helped bring about the massive decline of California's indigenous population. What this rosy-eyed view omits is that these natives were brutalized — beaten, pressed into forced labour and infected with diseases to which they had no resistance — and the attempt to integrate them into the empire was a miserable failure.
So the supply ship, which every year had come up from Mexico to California, stopped coming because all resources were being diverted to fighting Hidalgo and Morelos. But even Serra could not overcome the forces massing against him.
Castillo wrote: What the bill utterly omits is that locked within the missions is a terrible truth — that they were little more than concentration camps where California's Indians were beaten, whipped, maimed, burned, tortured and virtually exterminated by the friars.
With a potent blend of Franciscan piety and worldly cunning, he outmaneuvered Spanish royal officials, rival religious orders, and avaricious settlers to establish himself as a peerless frontier administrator. The book goes on to detail several organized Indian rebellions.
Serra took the long sea voyage to Spain's colonies. So, some did like him, and some thought that he was somebody who was destroying their way of life. He was later educated by Franciscan monks at a local primary school. I think his mind was very twisted. With a potent blend of Franciscan piety and worldly cunning, he outmaneuvered Spanish royal officials, rival religious orders, and avaricious settlers to establish himself as a peerless frontier administrator.
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Join the Conversation Send your thoughts and reactions to Letters to the Editor. I don't think that canonization means that the person is perfect or that everything Junípero Serra book happened after his death, Junípero Serra book some perhaps unforeseen or unintended consequences, were necessarily good and beneficial.
As one Friar noted, the Indians "live well free but as soon as we reduce them to a Christian and community life Indigenous writers, and Castillo, have criticized the state curriculum, claiming it glosses over the Indians' brutal treatment.
It bears the legend: Portrait of the Rev. The Catholic Church and Junípero Serra book were definitely part of the colonial process. And ranching concerns and missionary activity did not always coexist well together. He chose to give up family and friends and a comfortable life in order to follow his dream of spreading Christianity to the New World.
His superiors often thought he was too impatient and too reckless in establishing so many missions so quickly. Did the Franciscans or the church get rich through the missions? In Mexico, Serra first worked as a missionary to Indians and as an uncompromising agent of the Inquisition.
The number of civilian colonists in Alta California never exceeded 3, and the missions with their Indian populations were critical to keeping the region within Spain's political orbit.Sep 03, · Junipero Serra: California's Founding Father is a detailed account of the life of Junipero Serra, the Franciscan missionary responsible for a great deal of the founding of the series of missions which became the backbone of Spanish colonization in California/5.
Sep 03, · Junípero Serra is an essential contribution to the history of the West.” —Héctor Tobar, author of The Barbarian Nurseries “Junípero Serra was a man for all seasons: a saint as well as an ogre, a ‘founding father,’ an agricultural visionary, and a merciless imperialist—in short, a figure whose legacy is nothing if not polarizing.
Aug 13, · During the late s into the s, Serra played many different roles at the College of San Fernando.
He also continued his preaching on several .Stephen J. Binz’s pdf Junípero Serra’s Camino” (Franciscan Media,$) is a guide to how he and his Franciscan successors impacted the New World of California. The book.José Miguel Serra was born the son of download pdf farmer in Spain in When he was 17, he joined the Franciscans and took the name Junípero.
As a priest, he taught philosophy and theology.
Then he requested to be a missionary. Inhe sailed for Mexico. After landing in Mexico, Junípero and another friar walked miles to Mexico Junípero Serra book missionary friar Junípero Serra (–), one of the most widely ebook and influential ebook of early California, embodied many of the ideas and practices that animated the Spanish presence in the Americas.
A portrait of Serra in his own time, this book is must-reading for anyone interested in Serra, California.