|Statement||retold by Elizabeth from the legend of St. Francis of Assisi; with pictures by Gerald Rose.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||32|
The story of how Saint Francis of Assisi tamed the Wolf of Gubbio is one of the great legends linked with the life of the saint. I have never been too worried as to whether the story was historically true or not. I am more interested in seeing how the story fits into the . Francis extended his hand. The Wolf showed agreement by placing his paw in Francis’ hand. Saint Francis and the wolf walked back to Gubbio. As they neared the gate, the citizens could not believe their eyes. Francis and the wolf continued to the town square, although the mayor and the entire town watched with hate and fear. The wolf had to keep his eyes on Francis to still his fear. "From 'How St. Francis tamed the wolf' [copyright] by Faber & Faber. Reprinted by permission of Harcourt, Brace & Co., Inc."--Page Description: pages illustrations ; 20 cm: Responsibility: story by Elizabeth Rose ; pictures by Gerald Rose. Saint Francis and the Wolf is Jane Langton’s lovely retelling of a legend from the life of St. Francis of Assisi.. Perhaps you know the story. The town of Gubbio, in Tuscany, was being terrorized by an enormous wolf. It prowled around Gubbio, “clawing at .
Taming the Wolf Institute offers mediation designed to resolve a wide range of disputes. We consult with parishes, schools, and other organizations that seek effective conflict prevention protocols. We assist families seeking to improve their communication and their faith life. First off, unlike the others who went out and were defeated, St. Francis went out to tame the wolf, not destroy it. The wolf is a creature of God, a brother. If we try to destroy it we will fail. The wolf within is part of who we are therefore we need to have the trust and courage of St. Francis to even approach its lair and encounter it on its turf not with the intent to destroy but tame. From The Little Flowers of St. Francis of Assisi, Chapter XXI. T THE TIME when Saint Francis was living in the city of Gubbio, a large wolf appeared in the neighbourhood, so terrible and so fierce, that he not only devoured other animals, but made a prey of men also; and since he often approached the town, all the people were in great alarm, and used to go about armed, as if going to battle. The Wolf of Gubbio was a wolf that, according to the Fioretti di San Francesco, terrorized the Umbrian city of Gubbio until it was tamed by St. Francis of Assisi acting on behalf of God. The story is one of many in Christian narrative that depict holy persons exerting influence over animals and nature, a motif common to hagiography.
How St. Francis tamed the wolf,. [Elizabeth Rose; Gerald Rose] Home. WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help. Search. Search for Library Items Search for Lists Search for Contacts Search for a Library. Create Book\/a>, schema:CreativeWork\/a> ; \u00A0\u00A0\u00A0 library. St. Francis and the Wolf - Myths & Legends Perhaps the most famous story of St. Francis is when he tamed the wolf that was terrorizing the people of Gubbio. While Francis was staying in that town he learned of a wolf so ravenous that it was not only killing and eating animals, but people, too. Perhaps the most famous story of St. Francis is when he tamed the wolf that was terrorizing the people of Gubbio. While Francis was staying in that town he learned of a wolf so ravenous that it was not only killing and eating animals, but people, too. The people took up arms and went after it, but those who encountered the wolf were killed. THE most dramatic of all the stories of St. Francis of Assisi and his animal "brothers and sisters" is the one of how he tamed the ravening wolf of Gubbio, and it is this one that Elizabeth and.