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Franciscan and Catholic Resources: Early Franciscan Writings: St. Francis, St. Clare and St. Bonaventure

This guide is intended to assist scholars with research on Catholicism and the life of Saint Francis, as well as those who are interested in related career paths.

Introduction

The Standish Library's holdings on Franciscan history are extensive. The writings of St. Francis of Assisi, St. Clare of Assisi, and St. Bonaventure listed below are just a selection from those available at Siena. Clicking on the book title brings you to the library's catalog record which includes additional information. To locate additional titles and Franciscan subjects, check CYRIL, the Standish Library's catalog and/or consult a reference librarian.

The Writings of St. Francis

A selection of the writings of Saint Francis available from the Standish Library.

The Writings of St. Clare

A selection of the writings of Saint Clare of Assisi available from the Standish Library.

The Writings of St. Bonaventure

A selection of the writings of Saint Bonaventure available from the Standish Library.

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