St. Joseph in Franciscan Theology

April 21st, 2010 @ 19:05 |

SAINT JOSEPH IN FRANCISCAN THEOLOGY
Noel Muscat OFM

The Franciscan movement is widely known for its Christocentric spirituality. Francis of Assisi cherished profoundly the mysteries of Christ’s life, especially the mystery of the Incarnation and the mystery of Redemption. Franciscan sanctuaries like Greccio and La Verna are living reminders of Francis’ deep devotion to the humanity of Christ. They are like replicas of the Holy Places which Francis visited in 1219-1220, when he went to the Orient as a herald of evangelical peace.

St. Joseph in Franciscan Theology (pdf)