What is another word for St Francis?

7 synonyms found


[ sənt fɹˈansɪs], [ sənt fɹˈansɪs], [ s_ə_n_t f_ɹ_ˈa_n_s_ɪ_s]

St Francis is a widely known and revered saint in the Catholic Church, known for his commitment to poverty, peace, and love for all living beings. Given his importance in the faith, there are many synonyms that are often used when referring to St Francis, such as the "Saint of Assisi", "Francis of Assisi", or simply "Francis". Other synonyms may include "the Little Poor Man", "the Seraphic Saint", or "the patron saint of animals and the environment". Regardless of the term used, St Francis remains a beloved figure in Catholicism, admired for his dedication to living a life of simplicity, compassion, and respect for all life.

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Saint Francis of Assisi was born in 1182 in Italy, into a family of wealthy cloth merchants. At a young age, Francis was influenced by a hermit in the hills near Assisi and vowed to lead a life of poverty and humility. After years of teaching and preaching, Francis was finally able to convert a wealthy Baron in 1208. Many followers followed Francis, and soon he had founded over sixty monasteries, including the famous Navel of Assisi. Francis died in 1226, and was canonized by the Catholic Church in 1228. He is a popular saint, and his feast day is celebrated annually on October 4th.

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