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Leier ❤ 聖フランシスの祈り by Miyuki ❤  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RDLoHJ6139s

Leier ❤ 聖フランシスの祈り by Miyuki ❤ http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RDLoHJ6139s

世界を変えた奇跡の祈り―聖フランシスの祈りの法則 | ジェームス・F. トワイマン, James F. Twyman, 広常 仁慧 |本 | 通販 | Amazon

世界を変えた奇跡の祈り―聖フランシスの祈りの法則 | ジェームス・F. トワイマン, James F. Twyman, 広常 仁慧 |本 | 通販 | Amazon

堤写真館 熊本 阿蘇高原聖フランシス森の教会 結婚式 ウエディング

堤写真館 熊本 阿蘇高原聖フランシス森の教会 結婚式 ウエディング

Pietro Lorenzetti "Vierge à l'enfant entre Saint François et Saint Jean"

Pietro Lorenzetti "Vierge à l'enfant entre Saint François et Saint Jean"

Giotto - Legend of St Francis - -03- - Dream of the Palace - Saint Francis cycle in the Upper Church of San Francesco at Assisi

Giotto - Legend of St Francis - -03- - Dream of the Palace - Saint Francis cycle in the Upper Church of San Francesco at Assisi

Benozzo Gozzoli >> escenas de la vida del st francisco (escena 6, del norte pared) | (frescos

Benozzo Gozzoli >> escenas de la vida del st francisco (escena 6, del norte pared) | (frescos

Bellini, St Francis in Ecstasy, 1480-85, New York, Frick (detail): the perfect cave-desk combination

Bellini, St Francis in Ecstasy, 1480-85, New York, Frick (detail): the perfect cave-desk combination

Giovanni Bellini, St. Francis in Ecstasy, 1480 - this work Resembles a stigmatization (receiving the wounds of the crucified body of Christ on the hands, feet & side), bur this scene is in fact is a meditation on Francis identification with creation. Francis stretches out his arms and looks skyward, where, in traditional Franciscan stigmatisations, one would expect to find a seraph. Natural beauty and light are sufficient to describe the divine.

Giovanni Bellini, St. Francis in Ecstasy, 1480 - this work Resembles a stigmatization (receiving the wounds of the crucified body of Christ on the hands, feet & side), bur this scene is in fact is a meditation on Francis identification with creation. Francis stretches out his arms and looks skyward, where, in traditional Franciscan stigmatisations, one would expect to find a seraph. Natural beauty and light are sufficient to describe the divine.