Philip Sieve en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Eusebio_Kino
Eusebio Francisco Kino S.J. established twenty-four missions and visitas (“country chapels”) and was known for his ability to create relationships between indigenous peoples and the religious institutions he represented.
Disclaimer: There is some near nudity in it, as some male Indians only have loincloths on, but the woman are fully-clothed. It’s a good real story to show those who think the colonists only spread disease and brutalized the Indians. That did happen too, and it covers that and how some Indians were mistreated in mining for silver used for the Church (which is corrected, after its reporting), but there were also Indians who wanted to be Catholic, nonetheless, as there were good missionaries who inspired that desire.
Ricardo Motalban and Cesar Romero (I’ve heard the name before) are in it.
Now, I want to watch la Virgen de Coromoto. It has an English version you can select. I’ve never heard of that true story.