St. Francis of Assisi and the Conversion of the Muslims by Frank Rega tells the authentic story of St. Francis' trip to the Sultan in Egypt and efforts to convert him to the One True Faith.
Also includes a brief biography of St. Francis, including his stigmata, the Franciscans, St. Clare, and St. Francis' view of the Crusades. A book greatly needed in our era of false ecumenism.
A fascinating study of the encounters betweeen one of the Church's greatest and most daringly imaginative saints, and some of the most inveterate enemies Christendom had ever known. This book is full of lessons for contemporary Christians engaged in efforts at "dialogue" with Muslims, in whatever forms those "dialogues" take.
152 Pp. PB.