Regis J. Armstrong

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Rev. Regis J. Armstrong, O.F.M. Cap. is a priest of the Capuchin religious order of friars and a professor in the School of Religious Studies at The Catholic University of America.[1]

He holds an M.Div. and an M.Th. from the Capuchin Theological Seminary, an M.S.Ed. from Iona College and a Ph.D from Fordham University.

He is an authority on Saint Francis of Assisi[2] and Saint Clare of Assisi,[3] who has authored nine books and many journal and encyclopedia articles as well as editing a number of other books.

Works[edit]

  • Francis and Clare: The Complete Writings (Translation with Ignatius Brady and Introduction )
  • True Joy: The Wisdom of Francis and Clare (Translation with Ignatius Brady and Introduction )
  • Clare of Assisi: Early Documents (Translation and Introduction)
  • Towards the Discovery of Clare of Assisi, Volumes I, II, III, IV.
  • St. Francis of Assisi: Writings for a Gospel Life
  • Francis of Assisi: Early Documents, Volumes I, II, III, IV, Index (Translation)
  • Bonaventure: The Enkindling of Love (Translation and Introduction)
  • Constitutions of the Order of the Capuchin Friars Minor (Translation with critical apparatus and indices)
  • Towards Renewal: The Documents of the Plenary Councils of the Capuchin Friars Minor (Translation with critical apparatus)

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