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To Sin No MoreFranciscans and Conversion in the Hispanic World, 1683-1830$
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David Rex Galindo

Print publication date: 2018

Print ISBN-13: 9781503603264

Published to Stanford Scholarship Online: September 2018

DOI: 10.11126/stanford/9781503603264.001.0001

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Training Missionaries

Training Missionaries

(p.117) Chapter 3 Training Missionaries
To Sin No More

David Rex Galindo

Stanford University Press

This chapter examines the missionary training program in the Franciscan colleges for the propagation of Catholicism, focusing on the collegial curriculum, especially instruction in moral theology and languages. The objective of the Franciscan Order's college training program was to provide missionaries with pedagogic and epistemological techniques to help them in their evangelical endeavors, particularly preaching skills. Franciscan friars in the colegios were exposed to a stringent daily life and training in linguistics, philosophy, and theology. Franciscan missionaries and preachers were trained to become assertive evangelical ministers at the vanguard of the Catholic religion in the early modern world. The chapter discusses the specific elements of the Franciscan training program in the colegios de propaganda fide, what and how veteran missionaries and reformers contributed to college curricula, and quotidian life in the college. It also describes the curriculum reforms pursued by the Franciscan colleges.

Keywords:   missionary training, Franciscan colleges, collegial curriculum, language instruction, moral theology, preaching, Franciscan friars, Franciscan missionaries, propaganda fide, curriculum reform

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