Francis and Clare: The Complete Works

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Francis and Clare

The Complete Works

TRANSLATION AND INTRODUCTION BY
REGIS J. ARMSTRONG, O.F.M. CAP.
AND
IGNATIUS C. BRADY, O.F.M.

PREFACE BY
JOHN VAUGHN, O.F.M.

PAULIST PRESS
NEW YORK • MAHWAH

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Francis and Clare - The Complete Works *
  • Contents vii
  • Preface xi
  • Acknowledgements xiv
  • Foreword xv
  • Introduction *
  • I - Introduction 3
  • The Spiritual Theology 11
  • The Writings *
  • The Admonitions 25
  • The Canticle of Brother Sun 37
  • The Canticle of Exhortation to Saint Clare and Her Sisters 40
  • The Exhortation to the Praise of God 42
  • The Form of Life Given to Saint Clare and Her Sisters 44
  • The Last Will Written for Saint Clare and Her Sisters 46
  • A Letter to Brother Leo 47
  • A Letter to the Clergy 49
  • The First Letter to the Custodians 52
  • The Second Letter to the Custodians 54
  • A Letter to the Entire Order 55
  • The First Version of the Letter to the Faithful 62
  • The Second Version of the Letter to the Faithful 66
  • A Letter to a Minister 74
  • A Letter to the Rulers of the Peoples 77
  • A Letter to Saint Anthony 79
  • The Office of the Passion 80
  • The Parchment Given to Brother Leo 99
  • The Praises to Be Said at All the Hours 101
  • The Prayer before the Crucifix 103
  • The Prayer Inspired by the Our Father 104
  • The Earlier Rule 107
  • The Later Rule 136
  • The Rule for Hermitages 146
  • The Salutation of the Blessed Virgin Mary 149
  • The Salutation of the Virtues 151
  • The Testament 153
  • Dictated Writings *
  • The Blessing Given to Brother Bernard 159
  • The Blessing Sent to Saint Clare and Her Sisters 160
  • A Letter Written for the Citizens of Bologna 161
  • A Letter Written to Lady Jacoba 162
  • A Letter Sent to the Brothers in France 163
  • The Testament Written in Siena 164
  • True and Perfect Joy 165
  • Introduction *
  • Part I 169
  • Part II 177
  • The Writings *
  • The Letters of Saint Clare to Blessed Agnes of Prague 189
  • The First Letter to Blessed Agnes of Prague 190
  • The Second Letter to Blessed Agnes of Prague 195
  • The Third Letter to Blessed Agnes of Prague 199
  • The Fourth Letter to Blessed Agnes of Prague 203
  • The Letter to Ermentrude of Bruges 207
  • The Rule of Saint Clare 209
  • The Testament of Saint Clare 226
  • The Blessing Attributed to Saint Clare 233
  • Appendix *
  • I - Index to Preface, Foreword, Introductions and Notes 247
  • II - Index to Texts 253
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