Niccolò Alunno (1430–1502) ~ Saint Clare and Saint Francis of Assisi Gonfalone della Peste ~ Fragment of the processional banner (Banner of the Plague) from the Lower Church of Saint Francis in Assisi ~ circa 1470 ~ Priesterhaus, Kevelaer, Germany

Niccolò Alunno (1430–1502) ~ Saint Clare and Saint Francis of Assisi Gonfalone della Peste ~ Fragment of the processional banner (Banner of the Plague) from the Lower Church of Saint Francis in Assisi ~ circa 1470 ~ Priesterhaus, Kevelaer, Germany

St. Clare and her sisters Monastery of Saint Clare  1271 Langhorne-Newtown Road  Langhorne, PA  19047-1297

St. Clare and her sisters Monastery of Saint Clare 1271 Langhorne-Newtown Road Langhorne, PA 19047-1297

St. Clare (feast day August 11); O God, who in your mercy led Saint Clare to a love of poverty, grant, through her intercession, that, following Christ in poverty of spirit, we may merit to contemplate you one day in the heavenly Kingdom. Through our Lord Jesus Christ, your Son, who lives and reigns with you in the unity of the Holy Spirit, one God, for ever and ever.

St. Clare (feast day August 11); O God, who in your mercy led Saint Clare to a love of poverty, grant, through her intercession, that, following Christ in poverty of spirit, we may merit to contemplate you one day in the heavenly Kingdom. Through our Lord Jesus Christ, your Son, who lives and reigns with you in the unity of the Holy Spirit, one God, for ever and ever.

Eucharistic Miracle of St. Clare “By imperial order, regiments of Saracen soldiers and bowmen were stationed there (the convent of San Damiano in Assisi, Italy), massed like bees, ready to devastate the encampments and seize the cities. Once, during an enemy attack against Assisi, city

Eucharistic Miracle of St. Clare “By imperial order, regiments of Saracen soldiers and bowmen were stationed there (the convent of San Damiano in Assisi, Italy), massed like bees, ready to devastate the encampments and seize the cities. Once, during an enemy attack against Assisi, city

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