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II, 186–90. 73 Fortini, “Nuove notizie intorno a S. Chiara di Assisi,” AFH 46 (1953): 23–29. 74 Arch. , fasc. II n. ” See Fortini, Nova Vita, vol. III, 534–35. 71 24 chapter one 1210, since another document encourages the consul to work so that the construction of S. 75 In fact in 1216, after Clare was already living in the Monastery of S. Damiano, the canons of S. Rufino asked Pope Honorius III for assistance to finance current and future expenses incurred in the restoration of the Church of S.
Second, the cutting of her hair made her worthless as a bride and made her choice irrevocable. Once she had defined herself as a penitent, she was free to pursue her vision of following Christ. She would spend the rest of her life at the Monastery of S. Damiano. D. , University of Michigan, 1957), 92–103. ” Laurentianum 31 (1990): 389–404. 129 Paul Sabatier, Vie de Saint François d’Assise (Paris: Fischbacher, 1926), 173. 130 André Vauchez, The Laity in the Middle Ages: Religious Belief and Devotional Practices (Notre Dame, IN: University of Notre Dame Press, 1993), 121.
In an attempt to describe life within the S. Damiano monastery, this chapter follows the lead of the witnesses as they detail Clare’s life. When the Legend adds pertinent details concerning the testimony of a sister, excepting those details that seem to have a political rather than a historical motive, these details will be noted. Unlike the Legend, this text addresses modern historical interests by organizing not around Clare’s virtues, but rather around aspects of Clare’s monastic life as these were described by her sisters.
A Companion to Clare of Assisi (Brill's Companions to the Christian Tradition, 21) by by Joan Mueller