Ohlone Indian and a Catholic; curator of Mission Dolores in San Francisco and member of the Board of Directors of Serra’s Cause for Canonization
Pope Frances has praised Father Junípero Serra as "the evangelizer of the West."
Apr. 7, 2015
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