Holy People of the Middle Ages St. Dominic, Pope leo ix, and St. Francis of assisi

Eastern and Western Churches were led by Pope Leo IX
After Leo's death his actions caused the split of the Eastern and Western Churches
Leo IX was appointed pope by the Emperor of Germany
St. Dominic was born in old Castile, Spain
His order was to link his life with God
He wanted to speak only of God or with God
St. Francis has his own feast day
Francis Set up the first Nativity Scene in 1220
St. Francis of Assisi believed that actions were the best example


Created with images by fusion-of-horizons - "stavropoleos" • fusion-of-horizons - "Bolnita de la Cozia" • Reading Tom - "Truro Cathedral" • Rennett Stowe - "St Dominic" • Michael 1952 - "The Class - Third Order Regular 1977" • Ambrose Little - "St. Dominic Choir" • Bradley N. Weber - "St. Francis Taos" • psyberartist - "St. Francis Abbey" • Franco Vannini - "St. Francis"

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