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How my devotion to St. Joan of Arc led me to be a Monarchist

My devotion to St. Joan of Arc expressed itself initially as simply a love for the person of St. Joan. That person of St. Joan is a soul magnified by the Lord our Savior in a related, though inferior, manner to the Blessed Virgin Mary’s, whereby we see the glory of God reflected through the prism of her soul. 761 more words

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The Prayers of the Chaplet of St. Joan of Arc

Chaplet of Saint Joan of Arc

Prayer on the Crucifix:

Sign of the Cross

O God, come to my assistance.

O Lord, make haste to help me. 357 more words

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How Joan of Arc can help us in our struggles with the Church today

“If the Church Militant tells you that your revelations are illusions or somehow diabolic, would you defer to the church?”

– Joan, “In that case, I would defer as always to God, whose command I have always obeyed, and I know well that what is contained in this trial comes through God’s command, and what I have affirmed in this process that I have done by God’s command.

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A Catholic madman's guide to the galaxy (and on going home to Guymon, OK)

(Written in the Spring of 2012.)

I’m writing this not knowing whether or not I will be able to make my Guymon High School 35th class reunion this summer. 2,213 more words

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Joan of Arc and the unfortunate liars

 There are stories from history that make me wish I could go back in time to watch closely, perhaps as a fly on a wall somewhere in the vicinity, to feel the whole expression of it. 1,065 more words

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Comments on the article about Therese in Crusade magazine

A few quotes from the wonderful article on Therese in the newest Crusade magazine:

“Jesus, Jesus,” she would say, “If I were to write all my desires, I would have to borrow the book of life; I wanted to have achieved all these deeds for Thee…” 314 more words

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Thérèse's poems in honor of Joan of Arc

Thérèse was a talented soul who wrote plays and poems while at the convent in Lisieux. Here are two beautiful ones that show the intimate relationship between her and Joan. 779 more words

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