Amadeus of Portugal
The Blessed Amadeus of Portugal, O.F.M., (1420–1482), was a Portuguese nobleman who became first a monk, then left that life to become a friar of the Franciscan Order. Later he became a reformer of th...
José Ribeiro da Fonseca
José Ribeiro da Fonseca (b. at Évora, 3 December 1690; d. at Porto, 16 June 1752) was a Portuguese Franciscan, who became Bishop of Porto.
He was received into the Franciscan Order in the convent ...
Thomas Fleming (bishop)
Thomas Fleming (1593–1665) was an Irish Franciscan and Roman Catholic Archbishop of Dublin; he was heir to the title Baron Slane, but renounced it.He was the eldest son of Christopher Fleming,12th Bar...
Hans-Josef Klauck
Hans-Josef Klauck (born 1946) is the Naomi Shenstone Donnelley Professor of New Testament and Early Christian Literature in the University of Chicago Divinity School. Klauck is an ordained Catholic pr...
John of Jesus Hernández y Delgado
The Servant of God, John of Jesus Hernández y Delgado, O.F.M., (Spanish: fray Juan de Jesús) was a Spanish Friar Minor and mystic. The cause for his canonization has been submitted to the Holy See...
Johann Christian Josef Abs
Johann Christian Josef Abs (26 August 1781, Wipperfürth - 15 April 1823, Königsberg) was a German teacher. In the year 1799 Abs gave his vow in the Franciscan monastery of Hamm and adopted the name of...
Fláithrí Ó Maol Chonaire
Fláithrí Ó Maol Chonaire (also known as Florence Conry, Conroy, O'Mulconry; 1560 – 18 November 1629), was an Irish Franciscan and theologian, founder of the Irish College of St. Anthony at Louvain, an...
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Juan Landázuri Ricketts
Juan Landázuri Ricketts (December 19, 1913, Arequipa, Peru – January 16, 1997, Lima, Peru) was one of the most prominent Roman Catholic Churchmen during the 1960s and 1970s in Latin America. This was ...
Henry de Beaume
Henry de Beaume, O.F.M. (Latin: Henricus de Balma), (c. 1367 – 23 February 1439), also known as Hugh Balme, was a Franciscan friar, priest and theologian. He became a supporter of the reform work ...
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Laurence Sheil
Laurence Bonaventure Sheil OFM (24 December 1815 – 1 March 1872) was an Irish Franciscan friar, who served as the third Bishop of Adelaide. Born in Ireland, he was educated at St Peter's College, Wex...
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John of Howden
John of Howden (fl. 1268/9–1275), also known as John of Hoveden, was a thirteenth-century English Franciscan friar from the North of England, and for a time was chaplain to Queen Eleanor of Provence, ...
Duns Scotus
John Duns, O.F.M., commonly called Scotus or Duns Scotus (/dʌnz ˈskoʊtəsˌ ˈskɒtəs/; c. 1266 – 8 November 1308), is generally considered to be one of the three most important philosopher-theologia...
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Bonaventure Baron
Bonaventure Baron, O.F.M. (christened Bartholomew Baron; 1610 – 18 March 1696) was a distinguished Irish Franciscan friar and a noted theologian, philosopher, teacher and writer of Latin prose and ver...
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Albert of Stade
Friar Albert of Stade, O.F.M., was a 13th-century chronicler, born before the end of the 12th century, most likely about 1187.
Albert became the abbot of the Benedictine Monastery of St. John in S...
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Pacificus Baker
Pacificus Baker, O.F.M. (1695–1774), was an English Minorite friar and noted Catholic spiritual writer of the 18th century.
Baker served as the Procurator and Definitor of his Order, and was twice...
Frei Galvão
Anthony of St. Ann Galvão, O.F.M. (Portuguese: Antônio de Sant'Anna Galvão, [ˈsɐ̃tw ɐ̃ˈtõn̠ʲʊ dʒɪ sɐ̃ˈtɐ̃nɐ ɡaʊ̯ˈvɐ̃w]), commonly known in Brazil as Frei (Friar) Galvão ([ˈfɾej ɡawˈvɐ̃w] (1739R...
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John of la Rochelle
John of la Rochelle, O.F.M. (also known as Jean de La Rochelle, John of Rupella, and Johannes de Rupella) (c. 1200 - 8 February 1245), was a French Franciscan and theologian.
He was born in La Roc...