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Reluctant saint : Francis of Assisi
Call Number: BX4700.F6 R34 2006x
Explores the life and times of Francis of Assisi.
Narrator: Liev Schreiber; voice of Francis: Robert Sean Leonard.
DVD release of the 2003 original production.
Based on the book by Donald Spoto.
Also contains interview with the author, "Canticle of the Sun" --Saint Francis prayer, and discussion guide.
Spirituality of place : touching the Franciscan spirit by
Call Number: BL65.M4 S655 2008x vol. 1-30-08
Publication Date: 2008
Describes "spirituality of place" and how to experience it in your personal life. Presents a media presentation of the San Damiano retreat and encourages reflection on where to find "spirituality of place" at home, in the workplace, or in everyday life.
St. Francis of Assisi [videorecording] : yesterday, today and tomorrow by
Call Number: HD57.7 .S7 2005x
Publication Date: 2005
Discusses the Mayo Franciscan values in the context of servant leadership. Describes leadership as a process. Encourages reflection on the history of Mayo values, and the examples of the Mayo brothers, the Franciscan sisters, and Francis and Claire of Assissi. Looks specifically at the Mayo value of mutual respect as a process that starts with justice which leads to compassion, then mercy.
Walking in the footsteps of Christ through illness : the example of Francis and Clare by
Call Number: BX2347.8.S5 W35 2008x
Publication Date: 2008
Examines medicine in the Middle Ages and how illness helped both St. Francis of Assisi and St. Clare of Assisi to "walk in the footsteps of Christ." Explores the values that came from sickness and shaped their lives and work. Values described include the understanding of both sickness and medicine as creatures of God, the nature of Christian hope, and the importance of a community of presence around the sick person.