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📒Clare ✍ Murray Bodo
📝Clare Book Synopsis : This bestselling meditation on the life of St. Clare is an inspirational account of her spiritual journey to love both Jesus and Francis.
📒Henry St Clare Or Light Is Sown For The Righteous ✍ Mrs. Ae Stevenson
📝Henry St Clare Or Light is Sown for the Righteous Book Synopsis :
📒Clare Her Light And Her Song ✍ Karen Fredette
📝Clare Her Light and Her Song Book Synopsis : Clare: Her Light and Her Song is a vivid portrait of a strong woman who scandalizes family and friends to follow her beloved mentor, Francis of Assisi, in a life of joyous poverty. Thoroughly researched, this biography faithfully depicts Clare as seen by her contemporaries, including cardinals and popes. Her story is enriched by accounts of the wars, political intrigues, and towering figures of the tumultuous thirteenth century in which she played a significant role. The first woman to receive Papal approval for her own Rule of Life, Clare continues as a model for women of the twenty-first century.
📒On The Road With Francis Of Assisi ✍ Linda Bird Francke
📝On the Road with Francis of Assisi Book Synopsis : On the Road with Francis of Assisi offers a unique and lively travelogue of parallel journeys: that of Francis of Assisi on his way to sainthood in the thirteenth century, and that of author Linda Bird Francke, who followed his path through the beauty of central and coastal Italy–and even on to Egypt. Francke tells the compelling story of Saint Francis through the many places he visited. She and her husband, Harvey Loomis, used as their guidebooks medieval texts, including the first official biography of the saint, completed in 1229, just three years after he died. Theirs was not a spiritual journey but one based on admiration for a man whose legend continues to inspire and fascinate millions around the world. From Assisi–a small Umbrian town that now draws two million visitors a year, making it second only to Rome as an Italian pilgrimage destination–Saint Francis crisscrossed Italy for twenty years. And so too does the author travel through the “green heart” of Italy to such hill towns and cities as Siena, Bologna, Venice, Gubbio, and Rome, and to the many mountaintop Franciscan sanctuaries from La Verna and Le Celle di Cortona in Tuscany to the Rieti Valley. Along the way, Francke movingly depicts the many miracles Francis performed and draws us into the splendid beauty of the landscape that inspired the saint’s love for nature and regard for all living things. Unlike Francis, however, whose asceticism caused him to add ashes to his food to deaden its earthly pleasure, Francke and her husband indulge in the fabled Umbrian cuisine, from wild boar to the region’s famed black truffles, and the incomparable local wines. On the Road with Francis of Assisi embraces the spirit and person of its legendary subject, and invites the reader to marvel at his spiritual intensity and follow in his footsteps through the timeless beauty of Italy. From the Hardcover edition.
📒Impressionist Gardens ✍ Clare A. P. Willsdon
📝Impressionist Gardens Book Synopsis : A beautiful exploration of the rich history and striking evolution of Impressionist garden paintings.
📒The Way Of St Francis ✍ Murray Bodo
📝The Way of St Francis Book Synopsis : The Way of St. Francis challenges the reader with a renewed understanding of the saint: a Francis who shows us a way of life both stimulating and troubling, who asks us to look again at the possibilities within us and around us, and to whom we turn repeatedly in interpreting our own human experience of God. The Franciscan way helps, transforms and renews us. The book is composed of chapters on ways of letting go, of achieving poverty, simplicity and nonviolence.
📒Through The Year With Francis Of Assisi ✍ Murray Bodo
📝Through the Year with Francis of Assisi Book Synopsis : Through the Year with Francis of Assisi contains 365 selections drawn from the sayings and writings of Francis as well as from stories about him. These excerpts constitute a personal "day book" for year-round reflection.
📒The Complete Works Of Elizabeth Gaskell 20 Books ✍ Elizabeth Gaskell
📝The Complete Works of Elizabeth Gaskell 20 Books Book Synopsis : Victorian author Elizabeth Gaskell was known for her detailed portraits of influential English figures (such as Charlotte Bronte), and novels of Victorian life. Collected here are over 20 of her works. A table of contents is included to help you quickly find each work. An Accursed Race Cousin Phillis Cranford Curious, if True A Dark Night's Work Doom of the Griffiths French Life The Grey Woman and other Tales Half a Life-time Ago The Half-Brothers Life of Charlotte Bronte Lizzie Leigh Lois the Witch Mary Barton The Moorland Cottage My Lady Ludlow North and South The Poor Clare Round the Sofa Ruth Sylvia's Lovers Uncle Peter Wives and Daughters
📒The Works Of Elizabeth Gaskell Part Ii ✍ Joanne Shattock
📝The Works of Elizabeth Gaskell Part II Book Synopsis : Features Elizabeth Gaskell's work. This work brings together her journalism, her shorter fiction, which was published in various collections during her lifetime, her early personal writing, including a diary written between 1835 and 1838 when she was a young mother, her five full-length novels and "The Life of Charlotte Bronte".
📒Wives And Daughters ✍ Elizabeth Gaskell
📝Wives and Daughters Book Synopsis : Set in an English town of the 1830s, this strikingly realistic coming-of-age story depicts the consequences of both good and bad marriages. Timeless themes unfold against the backdrop of a rapidly changing society.