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Saint Francis of Assisi is one of the greatest Christian saints of all time. Yet
in all my life, most of the people I've encountered have had such a limited view of
him, ranging from a guy who talks to animals to the nature lover. Francis is
that and much more. He is, in the opinion of the Webring Manager, the one
person in history who truly tried to live the Gospel of our Lord and Saviour
Jesus Christ in total obedience and conformity. Francis has been called "Mirror
of Perfection", "the Last Christian", "the Seraphic Father". Churches and
religious communities all around the world are named after him, and many more
after other saints who have followed in his example. Saint Anthony of Padua,
Saint Bonaventure and Saint Clare of Assisi are but a few of those who have
followed Francis in his quest to follow the Lord. Yet, so much of the world
knows so little about him. I thought it appropriate to use the internet to
propogate the ideals and the challenge set forth by Francis of Assisi not only
to Christians, but to all men.
If you, dear friend, have a website that contains information, testimony or
personal anecdotes pertaining to the witnessing to Jesus Christ by Saint
Francis of Assisi, any of the Franciscan religious orders, any Franciscan
Saint on your site, then please consider joining the Saint Francis of
If you do decide to join the webring, you will have to put up a special HTML code on your site.
This will be given to you when you submit site info and in your e-mail. This is important
as it is this code that links all the Franciscan sites together. For clarification
as to what a Webring is, click here.
I sincerely hope that my minute effort to spread the Gospel of Jesus Christ as
followed by Saint Francis of Assisi can do a bit to promote peace in the world.
Pax et Bonum.
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Page created April 8, 1998. Updated June 13, 1998, the Feast of St. Anthony of Padua.
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