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The San Damiano Cross that spoke to St Francis is no longer at this location but here is the place where the Founder of the Franciscan Order was asked to repair his Church. St. Francis initially took it as a physical rebuilding of this church....More
Conveniently located just below the town of Assisi, this is worth a stop. It is very peaceful and serene. 30 minutes and your through. Some people find this a very moving and religious visit. Quite a contrast to the town above. I was very disappointed...More
San Damian’s is very special so peaceful , we’re lucky enough to go for Vespers one evening and share a service with other Pilgrims,The courtyard gardens are beautifully kept and a must to sit in and enjoy the silence and peace. I recommend ,if you...More
Although it is just a small church with its own monastery, a bit outside of the city, San Damiano played a major role in history.
It's told that this is the place where St. Francis in 1205 would have been commissioned by God to give...More
Walking through the small and unadorned chapel and dining room where Saint Clare prayed and ate touched me. Standing outside and seeing the views of the beautiful valley with so many olives trees was peaceful.
We started our day here in the place where Francis presumably had hos Call to ‘rebuild the church’, although the crucifix that spoke to him has been moved to a church in Assisi. The monestary is very peacefull and clearly a place of reflection and...More
We walked through the heat of a summer morning in Assisi to reach San Damiano. How blessed we were to experience the sheer simplicity and beauty of this place where Francesco and Chiara spent time.
I have visited many sacred sights in the course of...More
If you visit Assisi, this is a must see trip, even though not in the centre of town ( is walkable if fit). St Francis helped build this for St Clare - in our view , one of the most memorable of the sites.