Francis: The Journey and the Dream

by Murray Bodo O. F. M. M.

Other authorsJohn Michael Talbot (Foreword)
Paperback, 2012

Status

Available

Call number

271.302

Publication

Franciscan Media (2012), Edition: 40th Anniversary, 208 pages

Description

This 40th anniversary edition of what has become a spiritual classic includes revisions made by author Murray Bodo to reflect the current scholarship advances in relation to St. Francis and his legacy as well as commentary by singer and author John Michael Talbot. Like many others, Talbot was greatly influenced by this account of St. Francis, and it initiated a movement in his life to embrace the Franciscan way. Bodo’s classic is as new today as when it was originally produced. A must-listen for every person interested in growing in their walk with God, in the spirit of St. Francis.

User reviews

LibraryThing member b22johansen
This book on Francis, although good, was quite predictable. His life was presented in very flowery language that is typical of books written about him. I would consider it a great introduction to the Saint, but for anyone searching to learn something new about Francis, you might want to search
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elsewhere.
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LibraryThing member tony_sturges
"Francis: The Journey and the Dream depicted a Francis who 'sang' to me. I felt that I had found a teacher to lead me home. I had no idea where this was going to lead, but I was ready to follow."—John Michael Talbot

One of the most influential saints' books, with over 200,000 copies sold, Francis:
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The Journey and the Dream continues to inspire people of all ages with its lyrical prose and depth of love for the Poor Man of Assisi. This beautiful anniversary edition includes Fr. Bodo's story of writing the book and its worldwide influence, a reader's guide for book clubs and discussion groups, and a list of Fr. Bodo's favorite Franciscan resources, culled over three decades of research on Francis and his followers.
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Language

Original language

English

Physical description

208 p.; 5.5 inches

ISBN

1616364106 / 9781616364106

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