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Human doings or human beings?

Tim Higgins shares how Third Order Franciscans seek to live out the way of Saint Francis in everyday life

Human doings or human beings? ISTOCK

 SAINT FRANCIS OF ASSISI was suspicious of books. He had woken up to the fact that his home town was split in two, quite literally top to bottom. At the top, his family were there with the power of learning, like a possession, owning and growing the wealth of the market. Catching the dream of a gospel-life Francis grasped that the need was not to know more, or possess more, but to change.

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