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Mercedarian knights

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Order of the Blessed Virgin Mary of Mercy! – redemption of Christian captives. Its members are most commonly known as Mercedarian friars or nuns. One of the distinguishing marks of the Order of the Blessed
Spanish conquest of Guatemala! – inaccessible mountains and forests from the Spanish reducciones. In 1586 the Mercedarian Order built the first church in Santa Eulalia. The Chuj of San Mateo
Berenguer de Palou II! – his own properties for this effort. He supported the founding of the Mercedarian Order in 1218. Bishop Berenguer de Palou gave Peter Nolasco and his companions
Religious order! – military mission thus became "religious military orders", such as the Knights of the Order of Saint John. It is typical of non-monastic religious institutes
Order of the Blessed Virgin Mary! – For the Mercedarians, see Order of the Blessed Virgin Mary of Mercy. The Order of the Blessed Virgin Mary (Italian: Frati della Beata Gloriosa Vergine

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