Let us consider how the life of the glorious St Francis was conformed in every act with that of our Blessed Lord. For as Christ, before he began to preach, made choice of twelve Apostles, teaching them to despise all the things of this world, to follow him in poverty and in the practice of all other virtues, so St Francis, on the first founding of ...
Let us consider how the life of the glorious St Francis was conformed in every act with that of our Blessed Lord. For as Christ, before he began to preach, made choice of twelve Apostles, teaching them to despise all the things of this world, to follow him in poverty and in the practice of all other virtues, so St Francis, on the first founding of his Order, chose twelve companions, all lovers of poverty. St Francis tried to emulate the life of Christ in every aspect of his life and many believed that he succeeded. The story of St. Francis has inspired people for generations. Included are 53 stories of miracles and faith.
New York. 1965. Heritage Press. Reprinted Edition. Very Good In Hardcover. In the first English translation revised & amended by Dom Roger Hudleston. With an introduction by Arthur Livingston. 262 pages. hardcover. keywords: Religion Biography. inventory # 37707. FROM THE PUBLISHER-THE LITTLE FLOWERS OF SAINT FRANCIS requires little introduction today, for, although it was not translated into English until the middle of the last century, it has long been one of the best-loved books in Christendom. The work is not planned as a complete, chronological life of the Saint, but gives us a series of intimate glimpses into the life of Saint Francis and his early companions, and in so doing recaptures something of the ardour and simplicity of the friars in the spring-time of the Franciscan movement, which was soon to take the world by storm.
Illus. by Valenti Angelo. VG/VG. Papered boards. Bright, fresh., VG DJ. 7 1/2 x 4 1/2', 61 pp., A clean copy with no signatures or writing. The dust jacket mirrors the cover illustration. The text consists of a series, of legends which were collected some two hundred years after the death of St. Francis. Translation is by Abby Langdon Alger The book is nicely designed, typical of this press. Intended as a gift.
Good in Not Issued jacket. 4to-over 9æ"-12" tall. Hardcover, large quarto bound in decorative cloth, in slipcase. 262 pages. In the first translation, revised and emended by Dom Roger Hudlston. Introduction by Arthur Livingston. Illustrated with wood-cuts. Sandglass laid-in. Spine cloth sunned to light brown and slipcase shows old damp-stain on one side. No previous ownership marks. A clean, square, unmarked copy in solid, intact box. Good in a good slipcase.
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