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117 When her relatives found her 112 113 114 115 116 117 LegCl Preface 13. LegCl 3:10. LegCl 5:3. LegCl 5:4. LegCl 7:2–7. LegCl 8:8–9. 32 chapter one at S. Paolo, they employed a number of schemes to persuade Clare to return including petitions, flattering promises, and violent force. When she revealed her tonsured head, she insisted that she would not be torn away from her service to Christ. 118 Adding the detail that Clare stayed at S. Paolo only a few days before leaving for S. Angelo di Panzo, the author states that Clare’s “mind was not completely at peace,” and that she moved to S.
Process 17:1. Process 17:7. Process 17:6. Process 18:1. Process 18:1. Process 18:3. Process 18:4. 22 chapter one him instead about the benefits of despising the world. 64 Clare’s behavior as a young girl was noble, upright, and spiritual in manner. When she was about seventeen, her father, mother, and relatives wanted her to marry a noble and have a magnificent wedding. Clare refused, insisting that she wished to remain a virgin and live in poverty. 69 Given this eyewitness testimony, we have a rare glimpse into the life of a young medieval woman within her lived context.
38 Sister Benvenuta recounted the delightful story of a time when Clare was washing the feet of a serving sister and leaned over to kiss her feet. 42 Agnes added that once, after Clare had washed Agnes’s feet, that she insisted that Agnes drink the water. Agnes obediently did so, and found that it was so sweet and delicious that she could hardly drink it. 43 Sister Cecilia testified that Clare exhibited spiritual joy with her sisters. 44 Sister Lucia stated that she tried to please God and teach her sisters to love God.
A Companion to Clare of Assisi (Brill's Companions to the Christian Tradition, 21) by by Joan Mueller