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If you or someone you love is facing death, this deeply compassionate series offers hope and comfort.
While conversations about dying and death have become more popular in recent years, a decidedly Catholic perspective is often missing. Now, this course offers a unique approach to these conversations grounded in the Franciscan tradition.
Combining historical analysis and meditations for reflection, these lectures provide you with new insights into the spiritual dimensions of dying and death. You will emerge with a deep understanding of the nature of suffering, the works of St. Francis, prayer, and much more.
In 12 lectures, you will explore the writings of St. Francis of Assisi, as well as those of his companions that recorded his lived experience - including his death. In the first half of the program, you will study original historical research about Francis during his final days. As you do so, you will encounter his inspiring follower, Jacoba dei Settesoli, whose example of care for the dying remains a powerful model today. With this historical foundation, you will embark on the second half of the program, which offers you opportunities for prayer, personal exploration, experiential meditations, and invitations for further growth.
The story of compassionate care, listening, and prayer shared by clergy and lay people offers beautiful, faith-inspired models for modern-day Catholics. Embark on this moving journey today.
This course is part of the Learn25 collection and includes a free PDF study guide.
PLEASE NOTE: When you purchase this title, the accompanying PDF will be available in your Audible Library along with the audio.
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"The scholarly work of Prof. Darleen Pryds has provided a contemporary voice for the ancient Franciscan tradition.... Her engagement with today’s social questions brings medieval spirituality into dialogue with issues of vital importance for our contemporaries. A rare combination of academic rigor and personal engagement makes her teaching lively and thought-provoking." (Bro. William J. Short, OFM, Franciscan School of Theology)
“Dr. Pryds, a recognized specialist in the history of medieval women, demonstrates a great ability to bring the medieval world into the present. A committed practitioner supportive of both women’s preaching and care for the sick, her previous work...exemplifies the transformative nature of Franciscan spirituality.” (Joseph P. Chinnici, O.F.M., Franciscan School of Theology)
“Dr. Darleen Pryds explores and lifts up the many aspects of lay spiritual practice for her graduate theology students. Her lectures combine serious historical scholarship with an astute grasp of current spiritual conditions, making for presentations that are dynamic and thought-provoking.” (Donna Foley, Associate Dean of Students, Franciscan School of Theology)
“Prof. Darleen Pryds is a voice of insight, honesty, dedication, inclusion, and challenge to the practice of spirituality...Darleen’s presentations bring a fresh depth to all of those on the spiritual journey.” (Michael Minton, OFM, Director of San Damiano Retreat, Danville, California)
“Darleen Pryds is an exceptionally gifted scholar-storyteller. A passionate medieval historian and compelling guide into lay Franciscan spirituality, her challenging insights are increasingly discussed across the country.” (David Elliott, author of Following Francis: A Faithful Fool’s Guide to Perfect Joy)
"She brings [her] rich background to bear on contemporary issues of pastoral theology. Her students appreciate the clarity and depth of her courses as well as her ability to engage them in the scholarly process.” (Professor Michael Guinan, O.F.M., Professor Emeritus, Franciscan School of Theology)