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Damiano is the prophecy of Francis that appears both in the Legend of the Three Companions102 and the questionable Testament of Clare. In the Legend of the Three Companions, Francis was working with others on rebuilding the Church of S. Damiano. There he had the habit of calling out to those who passed by saying, in French: “Come and help me repair the Church of S. ”103 The passages from Clare’s Testament and the Legend of the Three Companions concerning this episode are almost identical. 97 Process 16:2–3.
In English as From Intuition to Institution: The Franciscans, trans. Paul Duggan and Jerry Du Charme (Chicago, IL: Franciscan Herald Press, 1983). 27 Although functionally a legal document, Pope Alexander IV’s papal proclamation of canonization is textually hagiographical and is, like the Legend of Clare and the Versified Legend, based on the process of canonization. For the purposes of reconstructing the life of Clare, therefore, it is categorized here it as a hagiographical source. 18 chapter one Clare’s Early Life Although Clare says nothing about her life in the Offreduccio household in her writings, the process of canonization offers direct testimony concerning Clare’s youth.
With the encouragement of Francis, Clare entered the S. Rufino cathedral dressed in her finery. While the crowd was pushing forward to receive palm branches, Clare hesitated. ” While one might dismiss the vignette as merely an attempt to insert the bishop of Assisi into the Clare story, the author of the Legend of Clare seems to have anticipated these objections. Given a papal order to write the official legenda—the story of Clare’s life that was to be read aloud in a monastic setting—the writer of Clare’s Legend assured his readers that he not only used information that had already been gathered in the canonization process, but went to Assisi himself to interview further the companions of Clare and Francis.