Francis of Assisi held a special devotion for Christmas, and for the infant Jesus, as evidenced by his recreation of the nativity scene at Greccio in 1223.
The purpose of this paper is to approach the Seraphic Doctor’s definition of theology as a “wisdom” from the standpoint of his teachings on sanctity and doctrine of grace.
This course of hitherto unpublished lectures, originally addressed to Franciscan Religious in the wake of Vatican II, offers something for everyone interested in Franciscan Spirituality.
Author Roderic Hewlett provides insights into how Franciscan reforms can change a market-based economy to one built up to be just and sustainable.
As Christmas approaches, our thoughts often turn to our favorite stories. For Franciscans we easily gravitate to the moving renditions of Francis at Greccio.