This is a list of the ministers general of the Order of Friars Minor.
During the Great Schism, the following ministers general headed the order in the Roman obedience:
At the same time, the following presided over the order in the obedience of Avignon:
After the conclusion of the schism, the order was reunited under Antonio Vinitti.
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