If you think you know Francis of Assisi, you're in for a surprise.
Discover the astonishing life of Brother Francis, the fun-loving son of wealth and privilege who gave up everything for the sake of Christ.
As a young soldier, he encountered suffering. As a victim of war, he began a search for inner-meaning that would redirect his life. As a holy beggar, he embraced lepers, shook hands with the Pope, debated a sultan, and touched the lives of millions.
Now the power and passion of one of the world's most popular saints is captured in Brother Francis: The Barefoot Saint of Assisi, an exciting 10-part audio drama from the Augustine Institute Radio Theatre. Dozens of accomplished, award-winning actors bring characters to life, and cinematic sound and music will quicken the imagination. An unforgettable experience that will inspire your heart and stir your soul.
Joseph Timms as Francis
Janie Dee as Pica di Bernardone
Owen Teale as Pietro di Bernardone
Daniel Philpott as Angelo di Bernardone
Geoffrey Palmer as Signior Ferrante
Harry Lloyd as Bernardo
Theo Maggs as Turo
Elizabeth Counsell as Lady Belladucci
Peter Moreton as Sir Marius
Dominic Hecht as Leonardo
Richard O’Callaghan as Bishop Guido
Ian Cullen as Don Peter
David Oakley as The Jailer
Guy Siner as Bishop Giovanni
Julian Wadham as Pope Innocent III
Wendy Craig as Lady Jacoba
Stuart Pendred as Don Michelino
Christopher Leveaux as Peter Cataneo
Raffey Cassidy as Clare (The Younger)
Finty Williams as Clare (The Elder) / Branca
Brian Deacon as Favorone
Michael Haughey as Monaldo
Emma Flett as Sister Humiliana
Katie Foster-Barnes as Pacifica Favorone
Robert Benfield as Renaldo
Chris Emmett as Griso
Richard Everett as Brother Duccio
Martin O’Brien as Brother Illuminato
Simon Jones as Cardinal Pelagio
Raad Rawi as The Sultan
Philip Sherlock as Kadin
Mervyn Stutter as Duke Leopold
Nick Burnell as Saracen Commander
Simon Cassidy as German Guard
Philip Cumbus as Brother Elias
Jacob Fortune-Lloyd as Rufino
Tom Alexander as Brother Giles
Philip Bird as Renzo
Justin Butcher as Mercuzio
and David Suchet as The Voice
©2016 Augustine Institute (P)2016 Augustine Institute
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I loved this audiobook! Whether you're Catholic or not this is an amazing production. Very well acted and very well scripted. I am not usually a fan of audio dramas, preferring just a narrator and that's it but this was amazing.
It completely changed the way I view suffering, and difficulty. It felt like you were living life with this amazing man. Also, due to who produced it it is very historically and theologically accurate. I can't recommend it enough.
This audiobook is incredible! A full cast theatre that really brings you into the life of Saint Francis of Assisi. I laughed, I cried and really got totally engrossed in the storytelling. It left me wanting to learn more about Saint Francis and wishing that the audiobook did not have to end. I think Radio Theatre really is the best term to describe this masterpiece because it is unlike any other audiobook I have listened too.
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