One of two saints that the course focuses on
One of two saints that the course focuses on
A piece of art that depicts many scenes from a person's life
A Franciscan orders that is open to both men and women, whose members can be married
This Franciscan order is focused more on poverty and prayer
This Franciscan order seeks out the minority and helps them
Accepting injustice and cruelty without murmuring or being ruffled
1st vow of Franciscan monks
2nd vow of Franciscan monks
3rd vow of Franciscan monks
The city where Francis was born and died
A Franciscan Friar that wrote many stories about Francis's life
The appearance of the wounds of Christ on a person
The church where Jesus spoke to St. Francis
Changing your religion or, in Francis's case, changing his life
The church where the priest would say mass for St. Francis
St. Francis's wealthy father
The feeling of being sorry about something you did
When a person 'gets what they deserve'
Wanting more than one needs
Feeling great happiness
The group of people Francis spent time with in Rome
The person that Francis kissed in the middle of the road on his way home from Rome
African American Franciscan that we have talked about
Leader of the Muslims
Holy wars over the Holy Land
The traditional clothing of Franciscan monks and friars
The person who tried to help Francis while his father was raging at him
The place where Francis was imprisoned for a year
This Franciscan order desires to 'come together'

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