A short history of the Jesuit influence in North America

“Known to native peoples as the Black Robes, the Jesuits concentrated their efforts on the dominant Huron, who probably numbered more than 30,000 at the time. Lesser attention was paid to the Iroquois,” from a blog that provides a summary of the Jesuit influence in North America.  Read the short history here.

A young Ignatius Loyola

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