St. Francis of Assisi (1182-1226), is one of the most important saint of the Catholic religion. He was the founder of the order that took his name and became widespread all over the world. He is the main patron of Italy, as proclaimed by Pope Pius XII, and his cult became popular without boundaries.
Image: "St Francis", detail from the façade of the Sacro Monte in Varallo, Italy
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