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St. Francis of America, how a thirteenth-century friar became america's most popular saint, Patricia Appelbaum

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St. Francis of America, how a thirteenth-century friar became america's most popular saint, Patricia Appelbaum
Language
eng
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
index present
Literary Form
non fiction
Main title
St. Francis of America
Nature of contents
bibliography
Oclc number
899880593
Responsibility statement
Patricia Appelbaum
Sub title
how a thirteenth-century friar became america's most popular saint
Table Of Contents
The nineteenth century : a Protestant Catholic and Catholic Protestants -- The early 1900s : everyone's saint -- Between the wars : peace, play, and protest -- Hymn, prayer, and garden -- Postwar prosperity : embrace and resistance -- The hippie saint : counterculture and ecology -- Blessing the animals -- Living voices -- Into the future -- Epilogue -- Appendix : survey : you and St. Francis
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Saint Francis of America
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