Friar-minor-conventual



noun, plural Friars Minor Conventual. Roman Catholic Church.
1.
a friar belonging to a branch of the Franciscan order that separated from the Observants in the 15th century, and that observes a modification of the rule of St. Francis.
Also called Conventual.
Compare , (def 4).

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