In 1514, in his twentieth year, he was entrusted with an important commission by the Minorite Friars of Correggio.
The Minorite received the promise with a silent bend of the head.
III; of course he is not to be confounded with the Minorite doctor.
He was certainly a Minorite in 1422, when he matriculated at Erfurt as lector Minorum.
John Kynton is once only described as a Minorite in the records.
Thus arose the early beginnings of the Minorite or Franciscan rule.
When she returned from the Minorite's room to Biberli's the lovers were no longer alone.
An old Franciscan, a Minorite, was by the bedside, speaking in low tones.
Her glance met his, and the Minorite's wrinkled features wore a look of eager enquiry.
Milič was immediately arrested in consequence of this act, and imprisoned in a monastery of the Minorite Friars.