Father Eusebio Kino, SJ ministered in northern Mexico and present-day southwestern United States in the 17th century. He introduced cattle ranching to Arizona, and worked hard to evangelize and protect the natives from slavery and authorities who intended to take advantage of them.
- Eusebio Kino | Architect of the Capitol
- Kino, Father Eusebio (1644-1711) | Encyclopedia.com
- The Adventure of Padre Kino – Padre Kino
- Eusebio Francisco Kino SJ: Scientist and Missionary – Science meets Faith
- The legacy of Father Eusebio Francisco Kino | Catholic Star Herald
- Time for sainthood for Father Kino | Guest Opinion | nogalesinternational.com
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