During the period when Francis was living in Gubbio, a fierce wolf appeared in the area and commenced attacking livestock. Soon the wolf managed to graduate to immediate assaults upon humans, and never long after began to dine after them solely. It was known for lingering outside the city entrances in watch for anyone foolish enough to venture over and above them by itself. No weapon was in a position of inflicting injury upon the wolf, and all who also attempted to eliminate it had been devoured. Eventually mere eyesight of the animal caused the entire city to raise alarm and the public refused to visit outside the surfaces for any cause. It was at this time, when Gubbio was under siege, that Francis announced he was gonna take keep and satisfy the wolf. He was advised from this more than once but , irrespective of the alerts, made the sign of the Cross and went further than the entrances with a select few of fans in tow. When he neared the trap of the wolf the group held back at a safe length, but continued to be close enough to observe what taken place. The wolf, having seen the group procedure, rushed by Francis using its jaws open up. Again Francis made the sign from the Cross and commanded the wolf to cease it is attacks with the intention of God, after which the wolf trotted approximately him docilely and lay down at his feet, placing its mind in his hands. The Fioretti then identifies word-for-word his dealings with the wolf:
Francis leading the wolf to Gubbio
" Brother wolf, thou hast done very much evil in this land, destroying and eradicating the animals of God without his permission; yes, not pets only hast thou damaged, but thou hast also dared to devour guys, made after the image of The almighty; for which issue thou skill worthy of getting hanged such as a robber and a killer. All men cry away against thee, the canines pursue the, and all the inhabitants on this city will be thy opponents; but Let me make peacefulness between them and thee, U brother wolf, is so become thou no more offend all of them, and they shall forgive the all thy past accidents, and neither men...
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