Published March 2003
by Tandem Library .
Written in English
|Contributions||James Mayhew (Illustrator), Rachel Billington (Narrator)|
|The Physical Object|
My children and I absolutely love this book. The life of Saint Francis is simply and beautifully told, and the pictures beautifully rendered. My daughter sat with this book for hours, reading and rereading it, copying the pictures, saying the prayers to herself, and finally asking if I had more books about saints/5(43). Saint Francis of Assisi Biography. LIFE OF ST FRANCIS OF ASSISI PAUL SABATIER ANTIQUE BOOK PUBLISHED This antique book is in good condition, has previous owner's name and a stamp on inside cover, pages are nice and clean, at page the binding opens far at that section and the lower part (one inch or so) of that section is loose to page , otherwise the binding is tight throughout, Seller Rating: % positive. Title: The life of s. Francis of Assisi [tr.] by the author of 'The life of s. Teresa', ed., with a preface, by the abp. of Westminister AuthorFile Size: 2MB.
Life of Saint Francis. Saint Francis was born in Assisi (Italy) in After squandering his youth away in having excessive fun, he converted, renounced his inheritance, and he offered himself totally to God. He embraced poverty, and lived an evangelical life, preaching to everyone about the love of God. St. Francis of Assisi, by Paul Sabatier Project Gutenberg's Life of St. Francis of Assisi, by Paul Sabatier This eBook is for the use of anyone anywhere at no cost and with almost no restrictions whatsoever. You may copy it, give it away or re-use it. Saint Francis of Assisi abandoned a life of luxury for a life devoted to Christianity after reportedly hearing the voice of God, who commanded him to rebuild the Christian church and live in poverty. Francis renounced worldly goods and family ties to embrace a life of poverty. He repaired the church of San Damiano, refurbished a chapel dedicated to St. Peter the Apostle, and then restored the now-famous little chapel of St. Mary of the Angels (Santa Maria degli Angeli), the Porziuncola, on the plain below , on the feast of St. Matthias, Febru , .
Francis emphasized the importance of living a simple, truthful life, making his spiritual practices just as impactful and relevant in the modern day as they were centuries ago. St. Francis of Assisi is the perfect guide for anyone looking to learn more about the saint or hoping to incorporate his wisdom into their own spiritual lives. The Life of St. Francis de Sales (P. G. Gallizia) – pdf, text, kindle format: volume I, volume II Francis de Sales: A Study of the Gentle Saint (L. M. Stacpoole-Kenny) – pdf, text, kindle format St. Francis de Sales, Bishop and Prince of Geneva (H. L. Farrer) – pdf, text, kindle format. Saint Bonaventure wrote the Life of Saint Francis of Assisi. Saint Bede wrote the Life of Saint Aidan. Some saints wrote autobiographies: Saints Augustine, Thérèse of Liseux, Antonio Maria Claret, and Margaret Mary Alacoque are among them. In a letter to her aunt, Isidore Guerin, Saint Thérèse wrote: “I love to read the lives of the. Forthwith, when it was morning, they entered into the church of Saint Nicholas, and, having first prayed, Francis, the worshipper of the Trinity, did thrice open the book of the Gospels, seeking by a threefold witness from God to strengthen the holy purpose of Bernard.