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Called to Live the Dynamic Power of the…

Called to Live the Dynamic Power of the Gospel: Commentary on the Rule of…

by Philip Marquard O.F.M.

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SFO Resource Library, Vol. 3
The Rule of the Secular Franciscan Order is not a new rule but an up-to-date version approved by Pope Paul VI in 1978.

"It is well to remember as we study this new version of the rule that it is a Way of Life and not merely a series of legal prescriptions.…If we want to follow Francis, we must understand these two concepts of his life: doing penance and living according to the form of the Gospel. It is these two central concepts that we must see in this new version of the rule and strive to make them basic in our daily living." —from the author's Introduction

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