Nudus nudum Christum sequi

"Nudus nudum Christum sequi" is an early Franciscan and ancient Christian ascetic motto translated from Latin to "Naked to follow the naked Christ" which served as an adage to embrace the fragility of humanity and express the mortality of Jesus of Nazareth through the drawing of His pudenda. The phrase originated from Saint Jerome who wrote in four letters to embrace a life in the mold of Jesus of Nazareth—a life of poverty and humility—and to embrace a life like a man naked, following the "naked Christ" or the "naked cross."
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