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life of St. Francis Xavier, of the Society of Jesus, Apostle of the Indies, and of Japan

Bohurs, Dominick Father.

life of St. Francis Xavier, of the Society of Jesus, Apostle of the Indies, and of Japan

by Bohurs, Dominick Father.

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Published by Printed by Joseph Smyth in Belfast (High Street) .
Written in English


Edition Notes

StatementWritten in French, by Father Dominick Bohurs, of the same society ; Translated into English, by James Dryden, Esq..
ContributionsFrancis Xavier, Saint, 1506-1552., Bouhours, Dominique., Dryden, James., J. Smyth (Belfast),, Jesuits.
The Physical Object
Paginationvi, 396p. ;
Number of Pages396
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL20399258M

Relics were also sent to the Professed House of the Jesuits in and in ; Francis Xavier was canonized with Saint Ignatius Loyala. Today, Francis Xavier is the patron saint of Goa, Australia, Borneo, China, East Indies, Japan and New Zealand. And there have also been numerous churches built in his honor. Saint Ignatius, founder of the Society of Jesus, Pray for us. Saint Francis Xavier, the glory and second pillar of that holy Institute, Pray for us. Apostle of the Indies and Japan, Pray for us. Legate of the Holy Apostolic See, Pray for us. Preacher of the truth and doctor of the nations, Pray for us. Vessel of election.

The Society of the Missionaries of St. Francis Xavier, Pilar (S.F.X.), commonly referred to as the Society of Pilar or the Pilar Fathers or the Agnel Ashram Fathers, is a Roman Catholic organization of priests and the official Vatican-approved canonical language it is called a society of apostolic life.. The Society was formed on Septem by a priest in south Goa, India Formation: c. AD ; years ago.   Such austerity and holiness of life had fitted him for the labors of an Apostle; so that when John the Third, King of Portugal, asked of Paul the Third, that some of the newly-founded Society might be sent to the Indies, that Pontiff by the advice of St. Ignatius, selected Francis for so important a work, and gave him the powers of Apostolic.

Thus, the man who had planned on a leisurely intellectual life became a missionary apostle, perhaps second only to St. Paul. In , Francis left Xavier, his mother’s castle near Pamplona in Navarre, to study at the University of Paris. Saint Ignatius, founder of the Society of Jesus, Pray for us. Saint Francis Xavier, the glory and second pillar of that holy Institute, Pray for us. Apostle of the Indies and Japan, Pray for us.


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Francis Xavier, Apostle of the Indies, Confessor. His life was written in Latin by F. Turselin, in six books, first printed at Rome in The same author translated into Latin, and published in the saint’s letters in four books. Full text of "The life of St. Francis Xavier: apostle of the Indies and Japan" See other formats.

The life of St. Francis Xavier, of the Society of Jesus, apostle of the Indies, and of Japan written in French by Father Dominick Bohours, of the same Society ; translated into English by Mr.

Dryden. Vie de Saint François Xavier de la Campagnie de Jesus, apostre des Indes et du Japon. Bouhours, Dominique, Dryden, John, Author: John Dryden. Francis Xavier was born in the royal castle of Xavier, in the Kingdom of Navarre, on 7 April according to a family was the youngest son of Juan de Jasso y Atondo, seneschal of Xavier castle, who belonged to a prosperous farming family and had acquired a doctorate in law at the University of Bologna.

Basque and Romance were his two mother ied: 25 October by Pope Paul V. During his stay in Japan, Xavier had heard much about the Chinese and saw it as a great opportunity to spread the Gospel.

He left Goa in Aprilarriving in autumn at the small island of Shangchuan, off the coast of China. Before reaching the mainland, however. Saint Francis Xavier was born on April 7,in a castle near Sangüesa in Navarre (part of present-day Spain). With encouragement from his friend Ignatius of Loyola, Xavier.

SAINT FRANCIS XAVIER APOSTLE OF THE INDIES AND JAPAN— Feast: December 3 In every age since Christ charged the Apostles to go and preach to all nations there have been saintly and heroic men who have journeyed to far lands in order to bring new peoples into the Christian fold.

Early Jesuit missionary often called the Apostle to the Indies. He was an associate of St Ignatius of Loyola, with whom he took the vow founding the Society of Jesus (Jesuits). From he traveled through India, Japan, and the East Indies, making many converts.

Saint Francis Xavier is often called the Apostle of the Indies as in his missionary work, he would "gather locals and teach them the Commandments, the Lord's Prayer, and the Hail Mary, while explaining Jesus' message of love and mercy with gentleness and kindness.". St. Francis Xavier was a Spanish Jesuit who lived as a Roman Catholic missionary in the s.

He was one of the first seven members of the Jesuit order and travelled extensively, particularly in India, Southeast Asia, and Japan, to share his faith. St. Francis Xavier Born in the Castle of Xavier near Sanguesa, in Navarre, 7 April, ; died on the Island of Sancian near the coast of China, 2 December, Inhaving completed a preliminary course of studies in his own country, Francis Xavier went to Paris, where he entered the collège de Sainte-Barbe.

Francis Xavier was appointed to evangelize the people of the East Indies. He arrived there, after a year-long, dangerous voyage, in He preached, ministered to the sick in hospitals, and catechized the children despite enduring persecutions from local kings and bad examples from his fellow countrymen in India.

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by Amy Welborn and Ansgar Holmberg |. ST FRANCIS XAVIER, CONFESSOR, APOSTLE OF THE INDIES (A.D. ) Feast: December 3 [His life was written in Latin by F. Turselin, in six books, first printed at Rome in The same author translated into Latin, and published inthe saint's letters, in four books.

Voyages of St. Francis Xavier Francis Xavier's work initiated permanent change in eastern Indonesia, and he was known as the 'Apostle of the Indies' where in he worked in the Maluku Islands among the people of Ambon, Ternate, and Morotai (or Moro), and laid the foundations for a permanent mission.The Catholic Church calls Saint Francis Xavier “the Apostle to the Indies” and “the Apostle of Japan.” The word apostle means “one who is sent.” Jesus sent his twelve apostles out to announce the coming of God’s kingdom.

Hundreds of years later, the Church sent Francis Xavier out .