Münster, Sebastian (Minorite; b. 1489, Ingelheim; d. 1552, Basel)
Nicholas of Freising, commonly known as "Nicholas the Minorite," was a member of the Franciscan Order during the early 14th Century.
Fortunato of Brescia (1701-1754) was an Italian Minorite of the Reform of Lombardy and anatomist.
Jordanus of Giano (1195 - after 1262) was an Italian Minorite from Giano in the Valley of Spoleto.
Pier Marino Sonnani (1688), a Minorite, who enlarged the seminary, maintained a struggle against the spread of the doctrines of Miguel Molinos.
He will want to precede Michael to Avignon, but in such a way that Michael's arrival coincides with the trial of the cellarer, a Minorite, heretic, and murderer.
Antonio of Vicenza (1 March 1834 - 22 June 1884) born in Vicenza, died in Rovigno, was a Reformed Minorite.
After seeking counsel of an old friend, Wenceslaus, king of Bohemia, Joannes was joined at Wrocław by another Minorite, Benedykt Polak, appointed to act as interpreter.
Then there came a gray friar, or minorite, with a good paunch upon him, walking slowly and looking about him with the air of a man who was at peace with himself and with all men.
He is presumed to be the author of the Chronicle of Nicholas the Minorite, an account of the conflict over Apostolic poverty under the reign of Pope John XXII.
As related by Nicholas the Minorite, in 1320 de Beaune was ordered to carry out a harsh sentence of solitary confinement against Spiritual Franciscan and heretic Bernard Délicieux, who died in his custody.
Song of Michael of Kildare: a religious poem, considered the most ambitious literary work among this group of poems, and the only one that names its author ("Frere Michel Kyldare", who also describes himself as a "frere menour", i.e. a minorite).
When the separatists launched their campaign for the secession of Quebec from Canada in August, one leader said French-speaking Canadians can expect the status of "une minorite risible" - a laughable minority - unless they voted to secede in the Oct. 30 referendum.
Having received his education in classics from the fathers of the oratory of San Filippo Neri, he afterwards entered upon a noviciate at the Franciscan monastery at Lago, at the close of which he was received as a Minorite on September 11, 1722.