BARTOLI, D. S. I. Della vita di San Francesco Borgia. Genealogical history of the illustrious and noble House of Borja, in Royal Academy of history, Ms 9/130.

Instagram: @bassborja/ Hola! In the middle of 1529 Carlos V agreed with Juan de Borja the marriage of his eldest son with a Portuguese, Lady of the Empress, daughter of Álvaro de Castro and Isabel Barreto and Leonor de Castro (1509-1546). During the Baroque, the company of Jesus and his own family, special is his grandson, the Duke of Lerma, exalted his figure through the theatre, literature, painting, sculpture, and they promoted the canonization process. Francisco de Borja e Aragão, também Francisco de Bórgia e Aragão, foi 4.º duque de Gandia, filho do vice-rei de Navarra, neto paterno de Giovanni Bórgia, sobrinho-neto de César Bórgia e de Lucrécia Bórgia, bisneto do Papa Alexandre VI e bisneto por bastardia do rei Fernando II de Aragão, e fez-se jesuíta logo após enviuvar. S.I., Ristretto della vita of blessed Father Francesco Borgia.

Superior general of the society of Jesus, Viceroy of Catalonia and IV Duke of Gandia, born October 28, 1510 and died September 30, 1572 in Rome. However, he/she always signed his letters as that which was from the nobility, i.e. history of the society of Jesus in the assistance of Spain. The 4 February 1551 returned to Spain, to the Basque country, where, after renouncing his titles and possessions and with the permission of Carlos V, took the religious habit of May 11, 1551. Rome, 1979. Hernán García, E. Francisco de Borja, Grande of Spain. He/She returned to Italy, already very ill, but he/she wanted, nevertheless, visit the shrine of the Virgin of Loreto. Borja studied theology and received the degree of doctor in August 29, 1550 at that University. De este matrimonio nació el 28 de octubre de1510 Francisco de Borja y Aragón, nuestro santo, quien era nieto de un Papa (Alejandro VI) y de un rey (Fernando) y además, primo del emperador Carlos V. The 22 August 1554 he/she gave in Simancas simple votes that make the professed of the company. The Church of the Gesù, in Rome, built thanks to the bounty of the cardinal Alejandro Farnese, nephew of Paul III, as well as the Roman College, future Gregorian University was due to his efforts.

The lineage spread thanks to the double policy of Rodrigo de Borja, later Alejandro VI. Using the Faculty given to him by the General Congregation, he/she imposed all the time of prayer, with some modalities according to the provinces.

ASTRAIN, A. S.I. In his Government, Borja boosted studies and became interested in the formation of the novices, ensuring that each province should have their novitiate.

In 1535 he/she suffered dysentery in Madrid, opening a block of diseases that will extend throughout his life. He/She attended the Queen Juana in their last throes. He/She was ordained priest in Oñate 23 May 1551 by the Auxiliary Bishop of Logroño and August 1 celebrated his first mass in the Oratory of the Loyola House with great assistance of the faithful. De este matrimonio nació el 28 de octubre de1510 Francisco de Borja y Aragón, nuestro santo, quien era nieto de un Papa (Alejandro VI) y de un rey (Fernando) y además, primo del emperador Carlos V. Una vez que hubo terminado sus estudios, a los dieciocho años, Francisco ingresó en la corte de este último.

Then was Borja in Rome with powers of vicar, until the return of father Laínez, the 12 January 1564. Carlos V, who in 1555, after having abdicated the throne, had retired to Yuste, called twice to this loneliness Borja for advice. The College of the society of Jesus of Gandia was the first in Europe which were opened for students not Jesuit, which, with emanated Bull of Paul III 4 November 1547, was elevated to the rank of University. In this sense, others claimed the ecclesiastical jurisdictions for failure to comply with the orders of the emperor. In April and may of 1536 he/she took part in the war of Provence against the King of France and attended the death of Garcilaso de la Vega. Another meeting of St. Ignatius with Mascarene was also in Valladolid in 1535.

The Borja comes from the homonymous Aragonese people, but soon settled in Játiva.
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Enrique García Hernanconsejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas. RIBADENEIRA, P. of S.I. May 5 was the cornerstone of the Jesuit college that opened there, and on 22 may, after some spiritual exercises with father Oviedo, decided to become a Jesuit; in other words, just two months after the death of his wife. Su hijo, el tercer duque de Gandía, se casó con la hija natural de un hijo de Fernando V de Aragón. Eleanor of Mascareñas knew san Ignacio since 1527, when from Alcala went to Salamanca to Valladolid, where the Court was and Beatriz de Melo from 1533, when the Empress was in Barcelona. Borja retired to Gandia, to assume the leadership of his Duchy. BARTLLORI, M. Obra completa. Alcanzó fama mundial cuando Alfonso Borja fue elegido Papa con el nombre de Calixto III. The first fruit of the link between Juan de Borja y Juana of Aragon was Francisco de Borja y Aragón, Alejandro VI by patrilineal great-grandson and great-grandson of Fernando el Católico matrilineal. Madrid, micro. April 27, 1539 began the spiritual change referred to by him as "conversion", coinciding with the unexpected illness of the Empress, whose death, may 1, 1539, produced in his mind a vivid impression. En Alcalá de Henares, Francisco quedó muy impresionado a la vista de un hombre a quien se conducía a la prisión de la Inquisición: ese hombre era Ignacio de Loyola.
In early 1542 there were cuts in monsoon, which vowed to Prince Felipe being present Borja. The only "professed" was Catherine de Mendoza, natural daughter of the IV count of Tendilla, co-founder with his aunt María School of Alcalá and died in 1602. Had married engaged to his brother, María Henríquez, in Barcelona, on August 31, 1493, previous papal dispensation, with whom he/she had to Juan de Borja y Henríquez, born 10 November 1494 and died on January 9, 1543, who succeeded him as third Duke Borgesian after the still-dark and tragic death of his father. By then it was believed in court that his public life had ended. He/She was beatified by Pope Urban VIII and canonized by Clement X. He/She is patron of Gandia, the Spanish nobility and the General Curia of the society of Jesus. Solution which offered the company was proposing to Pope Pius IV he/she called Borja a Roma to address important issues, where arrived 7 September 1561. The day after the death of Juan de Borja, on January 8, 1542, eager to return to the desired company of Algiers, Borja wrote to Carlos V on the progress in the fortifications and the construction of galeras, also explains that in the Berber nest were unprepared and without hardly provisions. Nació en Vecchiano, Pisa (norte de Italia) en septiembre de 1943, y, Fue el introductor y difusor de la obra del portugués Fernando Pessoa en Italia.

Valencia, 2000.

Vitae 80, modern copy on Inst. francisco de borja periodista comunicador caceres extremadura. Carlos V left him not for being ineffective, but because he/she had planned for the other charges together with Prince Felipe.

Yes, Rome. His wife died March 27, 1546 and at the same time intensified their spiritual life. P. S. I., S. François de Borgia, 1510-1572.