Table of contents for Francis of Assisi : writer and spiritual master / Thaddâee Matura ; translated by Paul Lachance ; with the collaboration of Colette Wisnewski.

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Foreword
Preface
Part One: Francis of Assisi as a Writer and Spiritual Master
Chapter One: Francis as a Writer 
Chapter Two: Francis' Theology and Anthropology
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Part Two: The Main Lines of the Spirituality of the Writings
Chapter Three: What Is Spirituality?
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The Different Spiritualities
The Spirituality of Francis of Assisi
Our Approach
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Chapter Four: Francis' Vision: A Trinitarian God
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The Primacy of "The Father Most Holy"
"The Word of the Father, so worthy, so holy and so glorious"
Christ's Presence Today
The Paths for the Experience of Christ
The Spirit Paraclete
The Operations of the Spirit
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Chapter Five: Who Am I? So Admirable and Yet so Woeful
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"...in what excellence the Lord God has placed you!"
"We can claim as our own only our vices and our sins" 
The Community of Saints and Sinners
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Chapter Six: Life According to the Gospel-An Itinerary
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The Heart Turned Towards the Lord
"To cherish and nourish one's brother like a mother"
Life in the Church
The Radical Poverty of One's Being
To Follow in the Footprints of Our Lord
The Beatitudes and Their Fruits
The Mission
The Life of the World to Come
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Bibliography

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Francis, of Assisi, Saint, 1182-1226.
Spirituality -- History -- Middle Ages, 600-1500.