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  • St Francis Of Assisi
    3,140 words
    St. Francis of Assisi was born in Umbria in the year 1182. He was a child every father hoped for, he was filled with life, a determined and courageous individual. He was gifted with rather good looks, qualities that attracted friends and a gift of leadership. His father was an extremely wealthy merchant in Assisi. But this son, his favourite, was the one who broke Peter Bernardone's heart. The boy turned on his father, and in a vicious event that eventually resulted into a public scene. St. Fran...
  • Saint Colette Nicolette Deboilet
    435 words
    SAINT COLETTE Nicolette DeBoilet was delivered into the loving arms of her parents on January 13, 1381. They immediately began to affectionately call her Colette. Her father, Robert DeBoilet, was the carpenter of the famous Benedictine Abbey of Corbie; her mother's name was Marguerite Moy on. Because Colette's parents were near 60 at her birth, she was orphaned at age 17; and she distributed her entire inheritance amongst the poor. Colette was left in the care of a Benedictine abbot. Her guardia...
  • St Francis And His Followers
    710 words
    St. Franciss life began as any other man of his time. He was a wealthy individual who was preoccupied with material comforts. This preoccupation also led him to fear the poor, especially lepers. St. Francis then entered into a conversion that led him to be an alter Christus. He gave up all his material possessions and embraced poverty and welcomed the poor and needy into his life with open arms. he ignored the ridicule he received from both his family and his peers and entered this new way of li...
  • Saint Francis Of Assisi Saint Francis
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    Saint Francis of Assisi Saint Francis was born in 1182, in Assisi Italy. His real name is Giovanni FrancescoBernardone, but his father wanted him to be called Francis. He received very little education as a child, even though his father was a rich merchant. His father, Pietro di Bernard one, was a wealthy merchant, and his mother's name was Pica. Francis always dreamed about riding through the town as a hero. His father wanted Francis to learn about being a silk merchant, but Francis wasn't inte...
  • Stigmatic's Wound
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    Is it really possible for stigmata to occur Stigmata: A biblical phenomenon when people mysteriously receive the crucifixion wounds of Christ. This stigma has an unexplainable concept that has always baffled both religious and scientific studies. There have been a number of stigmatics that have become famous religious icons. A lot of people question the authenticity of stigmatics because there is not a scientific explanation. Stigmata is the Greek word for puncture wound. Basically, to experienc...
  • Order Many Of The More Extreme Factions
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    The Franciscan movement was a religious order that arose out of one man's ideologies and beliefs. St. Francis of Assisi's ideals of absolute poverty, obedience, humility, and simplicity were uncomplicated and basic, but during his life and even shortly after his death these ideologies were gradually shifting and causing a great amount of debate. The immense size of the Franciscan Order combined with the mass amount of popularity that the Order gained made changes in the ideology and objectives o...
  • St Francis And Abel
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    In the novel House Made of Dawn by N. Scott Momaday, there are many religious references (mostly Catholic references) intertwined within the story. One must wonder why the story of a Native American's struggle to return to his cultural roots would be laced throughout with Catholic references, especially predominate Catholic character names. However, these same religious characterizations go far in giving the reader a structure for understanding this complex work. Of all the religious names found...
  • Frank Francis And Alpine Assisi
    490 words
    Throughout Bernard Malamud's, beautifully written, The Assistant there were references to cultural icons or to religious symbols that sometimes represent The writers major theme. In this book it is Franks constant resemblance to St. Francis Of Assisi, and Franks subtle conversion to Judaism. The most important religious symbol in the book is St. Francis. Frank Alpine's name two important connotations: It suggests an affinity with St. Francis of Assisi and also refers to mountain heights beyond t...

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