Who was medieval Italy's Francis of Assisi? Millions know him as the saint who first received the stigmata of Christ, as a champion of the poor, and as a mystic who possessed a divine rapport with the natural world. But few know that Saint Francis also created an extraordinary system of spiritual practices to radiate joy inward to the soul and outward to the world.
On The Way of Saint Francis, Father Murray Bodo reveals the life of this celebrated saint and shares specific meditations, prayers, and teachings to cultivate the five great keys of Franciscan spirituality. Through them you will learn to open the door to the cell withina sacred inner space available to us at any time and in any situation.
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About the Author
Murray Bodo, O.F.M is a Franciscan priest, associate professor, and writer-in-residence at Thomas More College, Crestview Hills, Kentucky. He is the author of A Retreat with Francis and Clare of Assisi; Song of the Sparrow; Clare, A Light in the Garden; Tales of St. Francis; Through the Year with Francis of Assisi; Francis: The Journey and the Dream; and The Almond Tree Speaks: New and Selected Writings, 1974-1994. Father Murray Bodo's latest book is Tales of an Endishodi (University of New Mexico Press).