Letters from Assisi

Over the years, I have written hundreds of reflections, based on visits to Assisi and my reading of books based on the spiritual legacy of St. Francis. Some were written on location while others were wrought later from notes that connect me to this mystical place. I share some of them here in a collection called Letters from Assisi.

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