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Write a review Rate this item: 1 2 3 4 5. Preview this item Preview this item. Felipe de Malla y el Concilio de Constanza. Subjects Malla, Felip de, -- Catholic Church -- Foreign relations -- Spain. Catholic Church. View all subjects More like this Similar Items.
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Print book : Spanish View all editions and formats. Malla, Felip de, -- Their daily life was very busy and combined religious activities saying mass, baptizing the natives etc.
There was a wonderful priest named Fr. Felipe Arroyo de la Cuesta. Cuesta was age 27 when he arrived in California by ship in He died the age of 60 in , afflicted with rheumatism, hardly able to walk. Even though he had fulfilled his service in he stayed at his post all those years because there was no one to replace him. He writes:. There are difficulties all around and I am overburdened with cares which render life wearisome. There is hardly anything of the religious in me, and I scarcely know what to do in these troubling times.
I made the vows of a Friar Minor; instead, I must manage the Indians, sow grain, raise sheep, horses and cows.
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I must preach, baptize, bury the dead, visit the sick, direct the carts, haul stones, lime etc. These are things incompatible, thorny, bitter, hard and unbearable. They rob me of time, tranquility and my health. I desire with lively anxiety to devote myself to my sacred ministry and to serve the Lord. Felipe Arroya de la Cuesta in a letter to a friend, written in Joseph wrote to thanks us.
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