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Saint Francis of Assisi was the founder of the Franciscan order of monks. He had several visions of Christ. In 1210 AD, he travelled to Rome and Pope Innocent III gave him permission of found the Franciscan order, or Order of Friars Minor. Saint Francis travelled much, and in 1219 he went to Eygpt to spread the Gospel. He was canonized in 1228 by Pope Gregory IX.<ref>http://www.britannica.com/EBchecked/topic/216793/Saint-Francis-of-Assisi</ref>
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'''Saint Francis of Assisi''' was the founder of the Franciscan order of monks. He had several visions of Christ. In 1210 AD, he travelled to Rome and Pope Innocent III gave him permission of found the Franciscan order, or Order of Friars Minor. Saint Francis travelled much, and in 1219 he went to Eygpt to spread the Gospel. He was canonized in 1228 by Pope Gregory IX.<ref>http://www.britannica.com/EBchecked/topic/216793/Saint-Francis-of-Assisi</ref>
  
 
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Revision as of 17:25, 1 March 2009

Saint Francis of Assisi was the founder of the Franciscan order of monks. He had several visions of Christ. In 1210 AD, he travelled to Rome and Pope Innocent III gave him permission of found the Franciscan order, or Order of Friars Minor. Saint Francis travelled much, and in 1219 he went to Eygpt to spread the Gospel. He was canonized in 1228 by Pope Gregory IX.[1]

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  1. http://www.britannica.com/EBchecked/topic/216793/Saint-Francis-of-Assisi