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See also Regis Armstrong, “Clare of Assisi, the Poor Ladies and their Ecclesial Mission in the First Life of Thomas of Celano,” Laurentianum 32 (1991): 104–45. 105 Jacques Dalarun, Francis of Assisi and the Feminine (St. Bonaventure, NY: The Franciscan Institute, 2006), 196–98. 106 LegCl 10. 107 Maria Pia Alberzoni, “San Damiano nel 1228: Contributo alla questione clariana,” CF 67 (1997): 470–76. 30 chapter one possessions for her monastery, Francis’s original vision of the S. Damiano monastery would have been essential at this juncture.
While Clare’s writings provide minimal information, the process of canonization is again the main source for knowledge regarding Clare’s conversion and escape from her familial home. The testimony of Clare’s relatives and friends provides critical details including her sojourn at S. Paolo delle Abbadesse and S. Angelo di Panzo. In this chapter of Clare’s life, hagiographical material contributes additional, but problematic details. Clare’s Testament alludes to an episode from the Legend of the Three Companions concerning an early prophecy of Francis regarding the Poor Ladies.
The Legend of Clare 75 See Alfonso Brizi, “La facciata del duomo d’Assisi non è opera di Giovanni da Gubbio,” Atti dell’Accademia Properziana del Subasio in Assisi 3 (1910): 180–82. 76 Arch. , August 17, 1216, IX,1. See Fortini, Nova vita, vol. III, 592–93. the franciscan choice 25 also seems to suggest the bishop of Assisi’s cooperation in Clare’s escape from her familial home within the context of the Palm Sunday liturgy,77 as well as the trials of Clare’s familial sister, Catherine, as she endured the wrath of her uncle Monaldo and other knights after she joined Clare at the Monastery of S.
A Companion to Clare of Assisi (Brill's Companions to the Christian Tradition, 21) by by Joan Mueller