St. Francis of Assisi and the Conversion of the Muslims

St. Francis of Assisi and the Conversion of the Muslims

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Publisher: TAN Books
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Format: Paperback
Pages: 176
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St. Francis of Assisi and the Conversion of the Muslims is an invaluable book detailing a crucial episode in church history. The story follows St. Francis’ journey to convert the Sultan of Egypt to Christianity and illustrates his conviction to adhere to true ecumenism. This captivating narrative takes readers on a spiritual adventure, discussing St. Francis’ life, stigmata, Franciscans, St. Clare, and his views on the Crusades along the way.

This important book provides valuable insight into a rarely discussed topic – one that deserves more attention in our era of false ecumenism. Whether for personal or professional use, readers can benefit from learning about these legendary figures and their beliefs through this engaging narrative as well as gain a deeper understanding of an often overlooked piece of church history that shaped religious harmony and practices in our present day.

Offering valuable information written by esteemed scholars and writers from around the world; St Francis of Assisi and the Conversion of the Muslims is sure to educate, inspire and empower its readers - don't miss out on your opportunity to get inspired by one of history's inspiring figures!
Frank M. Rega:
Frank M. Rega

As devotee of Padre Pio and St. Francis of Assisi, Frank Rega has been a Third Order (Secular) Franciscan for over 25 years. His first book, Padre Pio and America, was published by TAN Books, as well as his second book, St. Francis of Assisi and the Conversion of the Muslims. He has also published books about the Catholic President of Ecuador, Garcia Moreno, and many articles for Catholic periodicals. He was founder of a large online Padre Pio prayer and discussion group. He is also a member of the Knights of Columbus. His web site is www.frankrega.com. A Henry Rutgers Scholar and Phi Beta Kappa at Rutgers University, Mr. Rega also studied at Yale University's Institute of Human Relations on a Woodrow Wilson Fellowship. Until his retirement he was last employed by Compuware Corp. as a software engineer on projects for NASA and the Department of Homeland Security.

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