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Religion & Spirituality

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Religion & Spirituality

  1. 1. Exploring the California MISSIONS Religion & Spirituality
  2. 2. Fact:
  3. 3. Father Junípero Serra
  4. 4. Father Junípero Serra came to California in 1769
  5. 5. Father Junípero Serra came to California in 1769 with a plan to convert
  6. 6. Father Junípero Serra came to California in 1769 with a plan to convert the Native Californians
  7. 7. Father Junípero Serra came to California in 1769 with a plan to convert the Native Californians to Catholicism.
  8. 8. Father Junípero Serra came to California in 1769 with a plan to convert the Native Californians to Catholicism.
  9. 9. Retrat de fra Juníper Serra (Portrait of Serra), 1790 Painted by Fra Francesc Caimari Rotger Ayuntamiento de Palma, Mallorca What were Father Junípero Serra’s beliefs?
  10. 10. La Gloria del Cielo (The Glory of Heaven), 1771-72 José de Páez, Mexican Artist Oil on canvas Mission Carmel, Diocese of Monterey
  11. 11. La Gloria del Cielo (The Glory of Heaven), 1771-72 José de Páez, Mexican Artist Oil on canvas Mission Carmel, Diocese of Monterey
  12. 12. Juicio Final (Last Judgment), about 1790 José Joaquín Esquibel, Mexican Artist Oil on canvas Courtesy of the Franciscan Friars at Old Mission San Luis Rey
  13. 13. Juicio Final (Last Judgment), about 1790 José Joaquín Esquibel, Mexican Artist Oil on canvas Courtesy of the Franciscan Friars at Old Mission San Luis Rey
  14. 14. Native California peoples had their own beliefs about living and the afterlife
  15. 15. This story is called “The Three Worlds”
  16. 16. This story represents just one of the many spiritual views held by Native Californians
  17. 17. Music was important to both Native California and Catholic spirituality
  18. 18. The Franciscans used music as a way to convert Native Californians to Catholicism
  19. 19. Since music was common to both cultures, the Franciscans taught the Native Californians how to sing traditional Catholic hymns as a way to teach the Catholic faith.
  20. 20. FranciscansNative Californians Music Belief in higher power
  21. 21. Congratulations!
  22. 22. By listening carefully
  23. 23. By listening carefully to this music
  24. 24. By listening carefully to this music you’ve learned
  25. 25. By listening carefully to this music you’ve learned something about
  26. 26. By listening carefully to this music you’ve learned something about the people involved
  27. 27. By listening carefully to this music you’ve learned something about the people involved and their encounters
  28. 28. By listening carefully to this music you’ve learned something about the people involved and their encounters with one another
  29. 29. By listening carefully to this music you’ve learned something about the people involved and their encounters with one another
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