Joan of Arc, Little Flowers and Fiery Towers

Saints of God are always Present

Joan of Arc, her pyre burns brightly Angels chanting, praying, sighing Martyred, crowned with fire by Jesus “Jesus, Jesus” burning, crying   Does her banner fly in heaven? Can her spirit raise and leaven? Is her friendship gone forever? Saints of God are always present.   Little Flower leads us destined Rich in colors, ever… Continue reading Saints of God are always Present

Little Flowers and Fiery Towers

The Fire of Joan of Arc (Light out of Dark)

I was wondering one day why Joan of Arc’s end so cruelly stark, formed with her fire, a light out of dark She did everything asked of her, she did nothing wrong, that is my opinion of her life and its song She freed her countrymen and king, she was an astounding figure of history… Continue reading The Fire of Joan of Arc (Light out of Dark)

Little Flowers and Fiery Towers

I have loved what you have loved

I have loved what you loved I have raised my eyes Been moved by your example Followed as you led Had faith because you did You cared about me You fought my battles for me And I miss you And honor you You shared your treasure With me Now I am filled with hope Now… Continue reading I have loved what you have loved

Little Flowers and Fiery Towers

The Desert of St. Thérèse

A quiet desert landscape fills my heart In solitude the stillness clears my view I long for nothing save our God out here The land of Saint Thérèse of Lisieux This place is real though being sight unseen An emptiness aglow with beauty quaint Out here desire for Jesus grows acute His resurrection shines so… Continue reading The Desert of St. Thérèse

Little Flowers and Fiery Towers

I reach to tightly hold their hands

Saint Joan of Arc and Saint Thérèse Are gifts from God through Mary's hands I did not know the great extent Nor just what Jesus really meant When first Our Lady He bestowed A love for her in me that flowed Until I could not hold inside The movements of this graceful tide To love… Continue reading I reach to tightly hold their hands

Joan of Arc, The French Catholic Diaspora

Jeanne d’Arc “forges lentement en nos coeurs tous ces éléments rivaux ”

C'est arrivé quand je lisait le livre “La Pucelle de France : Histoire de la vie et de la mort de Jeanne d'Arc.” J’ai été supris par l’analogie de France au temps de Jeanne, sa method de victoire, et le voyage de nos coeurs. Jeanne nous aide dans notre propre voyage de la même manière.… Continue reading Jeanne d’Arc “forges lentement en nos coeurs tous ces éléments rivaux ”

The French Catholic Diaspora

Légitimité and the Royal Heart

My Royal Heart developed over the years in the shadow of the Légitimiste movement in France. Légitimité had a significant influence on me; though, my work for the Kingdom of France “on earth as it is in Heaven” through the Immaculate Heart of Mary developed independently. I believe that the resulting informal, synchronous relationship I… Continue reading Légitimité and the Royal Heart

The French Catholic Diaspora

Consécration of France to the Blessed Virgin Mary

Consécration of France to the Blessed Virgin Mary King Louis VIII and Queen Anne consecrated France to the Blessed Virgin Mary in 1638. France belongs to Mary both by divine providence from above (supramundanely) as the eldest daughter of the church and by royal decree from below (intramundanely). France’s entéléchie according to her natural affinity… Continue reading Consécration of France to the Blessed Virgin Mary

Joan of Arc

Articles of St. Joan’s Intercession

The Articles of St. Joan of Arc’s Intercession This journal records the signal graces St. Joan of Arc obtains for us by the will of divine providence when we are devoted and consecrated to her. Our Lord and Our Lady desire great spiritual works from us through the intercession, guidance, patronage, and sisterly care of… Continue reading Articles of St. Joan’s Intercession