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Clare loved music and well-composed sermons. She was humble, merciful, charming, optimistic, and chivalrous. She would get up late at night to tuck in her sisters who'd kicked off their covers. She daily meditated on the Passion. When she learned of the Franciscan martyrs in Morrocco in 1221, she tried to go there to give her own Life for God, but was restrained. Once when her convent was about to be attacked, she displayed the Sacrament in a monstrace at the convent gates, and prayed before it; the attackers left.
Toward the end of her Life, when the was too ill to attend Mass, an image of the service would display on the wall of her cell; thus her patronage of television. She was ever the close friend and spiritual student of Francis, who apparently led her soul into the Light.
I clearly see my Life being directed to all that is Good . . . I AM a optimistic, humble and merciful human being . . . I AM bold in showing others my Faith in God.
Father, my desire is to see the path you have laid out for me more clearly. Help me to gain insight through means that will blatantly appear before me so that there is no question in my mind as to the path to take. I desperately desire to find my mission in Life and I know that as Jesus had a Passion, I too have a passion that You placed into my heart at birth. I seek Your Guidance and Divine Intervention.
Through Jesus Christ's Precious, Pure and Holy name I pray. - Amen
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