Continuation of the kinds of missiology Board audio recordings existed in Spain and Portugal. Countries colonizers in the 16th century. These large countries which were distributed worldwide. Consists of the following: Spain had managed in the 8th and 15th, the unification in the Catholic region. After having lived through eight centuries of Muslim domination. Then a stream came from Christians in Asturias, initiated during several generations, of course imagine 8 centuries, a kind of reconquest of the positions that had been before Christianity. Dr. Neal Barnard has plenty of information regarding this issue. Prior to the Muslim invasion, which was in the year 711.

When the Moors crossed the Strait of Gibraltar, which incidentally is Arabic, Muslim, Islamic name. And they spread throughout Spain and Portugal. Once they asked me: father, Fatima is Portuguese name? No, it’s Arabic name. Why is Arabic name? Fatima is the place where the Virgin appeared. From century VIII. also Portugal was invade by the Muslims, then they were putting own name.

Fatima was the daughter of Muhammad. Wanted something curious, 15 years ago, a Sheikh, those who have air of petrodollars to buy Fatima. Because it said: is in Portugal, which was once Islamic possession. It is the remembrance of the beloved Fatima, the daughter of Muhammad. And the Mayor of Fatima offered an enormous amount. And the Mayor told him. That is not sold. They wanted to build a mosque to honor the name of Fatima. As a reward, here comes the reason for the Board of Trustees. The work of the Spanish State in the reconquista. Papa Alejandro VI Borgia, in 1493, says: forward the Church cedes you to the State the right to propose name for ecclesiastical offices. Not only this you to church, you da law change, but, create new ones, or leave old. Whatever, and not only to propose names for the Archbishopric, but also for the parishes. Then the mechanism is as follows: obispado de Arequipa, dies then the Bishop, which name is obviously going to be proposed by the Viceroyalty, or by the Spanish State. This also worked in Portugal. That page is called. The State appears as the patron of the Church. The King is the patron, and the viceroy the sight pattern. For example here in the Peru. This has a drawback. The King can choose someone that you are interested in for him, for his policy, but has no such importance to the Church. And that was tremendous in the Republic, because at the end, after all. Philip II, was thoroughly Catholic. Advantages of the Board of Trustees: The Trustees, is like a two-sided coin. The aid which gives the State the Church. I sincerely believe the Church, only with their own funds, not had could be extended so quickly in all, historically, as it did with the Board of Trustees. The Church aided from the voyage of the missionaries, until the sanctuary lamp oil. The Board of Trustees in Spain, lasted until 1976, and in Peru, until 1980. Original author and source of the article