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Mercedarian knights

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Wikipedia:
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
Peter Nolasco! – Military Order of Our Lady of Mercy of the Redemption of the Captives (the Mercedarians) with approval by Pope Gregory IX in 1230. Between the eighth and the
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

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