Alfonso Salmerón, the First Jesuit in Vilnius
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Alfonso Salmerón, the First Jesuit in Vilnius
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Dainora Pociūtė | ldkistorija.lt 2017 august 31 d. 13:19

The Spaniard Alfonso Salmerón (1515–1585) was one of the
closest companions of Ignatius Loyola, the founder of the
Society of Jesus, and he played an active role in the
affairs of the order in its early life in Paris and later in
Italy. Salmerón and Loyola met at the Sorbonne in 1536,
where they were studying theology. Not long afterwards, with
a few other friends, they founded the Society of Jesus.

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