Browsing: St. Junipero Serra
Christian Clifford’s fascination with the California missions led to two books on St. Junípero Serra and a new book on Pablo Tac, one of Serra’s young proteges.
Christine Johnson reviews Stephen J. Binz’s new book about St. Junipero Serra’s missions that’s great for making a pilgrimage in person or virtually.
Every year Michael Carrillo tries to take advantage of a hike that gives him a brief glimpse of what St. Junípero Serra’s band of missionaries might have experienced on their way to evangelize the mission fields of early California. He uses the hike as a pilgrimage to honor all missionaries, past and present.
Lisa Hendey takes a look at the new book Junípero Serra: Founder of the California Missions, a children’s resource on the life of California’s new saint.
Stuart Dunn reviews The Man Who Founded California, a biography of newly-canonized St. Junípero Serra.