Tags » Jeanne D'arc

Wonderstuff by Bauhaus Brew Labs

Rating: 4.25/5

 

Wonderstuff by Bauhaus Brew Labs is a 5.4% ABV Neu Bohemian Pilsner.

 

Label:

Some ideas are simply ahead of their time. The stuff in this can, however, is right on schedule. 350 more words

Anime Beers :P

Joan of Arc is my hero.

March 12, 2009

St. Joan of Arc pray for us.

One of the truly remarkable aspects of Roman Catholicism is the incredible view, that is, the world view through which we judge our state of happiness. 1,222 more words

Joan Of Arc

Guess who's coming to dinner?: Marie d'Agoult writes to Franz Liszt about her soirée with Hugo, Balzac, & Ingres (extract; introduction & version originale followed by translation)

Atelier Hugo-Vacquerie (Charles Hugo or Auguste Vacquerie), “Portraits of Victor Hugo, 1853-55.” Salt prints.  ©Christie’s Images Ltd. 2012. Previously published on the Arts Voyager. 1,170 more words

Vérité Part 1 - Reflection 2: He did establish an institutional Church

I mentioned in Vérité Part 1 – Reflection 1 that there was a moment during an RCIA class (Rite of Christian Initiation for Adults) when Truth Himself confronted me. 566 more words

Catholic

Vérité Part 1 - Reflection 1: Joan of Arc and "what is true"

Reflections on page 14 of Le Royaume:

When I say that something is true, such as, “The following is true,” I mean that I am giving a testimony to truth. 651 more words

Catholic

Restoring the influence of Catholic and Royal France in America

U.S. History shows how all Catholic government, whether English, French, or Spanish, was gradually crowded out, on a continent liberally watered by the blood of martyrs from all parts of Europe who first planted the Cross of Christ there and who sought no other end than consolidating His peaceful possession.” ~(The Star-Spangled Heresy, p.171, Solange Hertz; quoted from Puritan’s Empire by Charles A.

304 more words
Joan Of Arc

The Two Levels of Sainte-Chapelle

The last destination of my Christmas 2013 trip was Paris. Lucky that one of my friend, Ari, is a history-enthusiast. I myself don’t prefer going to museums/any place which made us pay some fee to enter (even small ones), but if there’s someone who actually stated “I want to visit this and this and this because of this and this and this” with full passion, why not?! 584 more words

France