Rest in Peace Father Kino

Three hundred and ten years ago this week Father Kino died, on March 15, 1711. We remember Padre Kino 310 years later because he was so far ahead of his time. He fought against slavery and racism (radical notions for his time), and worked tirelessly for all humans to be treated with dignity and respect. Padre Kino Was Ahead of His Time I write of Father Kino on a gardening site because his humane treatment of people included respecting the uses of plants by Native peoples.  These uses would have […]