Joan of Arc’s heart is a Kingdom. By her heart we have said we mean her goodness. As we have demonstrated, she is both great and good, and union with her heart means a sharing of her goodness, which is God’s own overflowing on us in superabundance through the hierarchy of the divine order in the Kingdom of God.
Joan’s mission on earth as it is in Heaven is to call God’s royalty to be crowned in her heart, which is a Kingdom and is her goodness. As we have demonstrated, this relative position we have to her goodness is nothing less than the divine order, and the love we share with each other and with Joan of Arc is nothing less than Jesus Christ Himself, Who is the substance of love and of our relationships in the Kingdom, all through the Immaculate Heart of Mary as directed by the divine order.
Those called to Joan’s heart in this special manner are called to be crowned in the Kingdom that is her heart, which is her goodness, which is God’s own flowing over to us as a fountain overflowing to nourish the levels below. After King Charles VII was crowned at Rheims by virtue of Joan’s victorious campaign, she asked Charles for the Kingdom, whereby he gave her his crown and his Kingdom. She then offered this Kingdom to God and then handed Charles’ crown, along with his Kingdom, back to him in order to fulfill God’s will that Charles’ Kingdom be given to him by God and through Joan of Arc.
“What more could the maid have done for the King of France than to make him a gift that the King would accept, and so she asked that he give her his kingdom, and after the King, who was amazed, thought about it awhile, he gave it to her, and she accepted it and wanted that this be written down by the four secretaries of the King and recited officially, and solemnly.
All of this left the King dumbstruck. And regarding all this, Joan herself said, ‘And here is the poorest knight in his kingdom,’ and after just a little bit of time and in front of these notaries, she gave the kingdom to God Almighty.
And then, just a little bit of time later, under the order of God, she invested the kingdom of France to King Charles. From all of this she wanted that these letters be raised up in a solemn fashion.” (Source: http://www.stjoan-center.com/queen/index.htm)
We can be certain, then, that Joan of Arc’s mission on earth as it is in Heaven is to crown those chosen souls in the Kingdom that is her heart, which is her goodness, and the goodness of God given to her in superabundance. To be crowned by Joan in her heart is to be united to her in her Kingdom through the love of Jesus Christ Who is King of all Kings and through the Immaculate Heart of Mary who is by grace the Queen of all the angels and saints.
We can be certain furthermore that this sharing of Joan of Arc’s heart is the sharing of her substance in the divine order of the Kingdom of God, as a fountain overflowing, with those of us lesser who are called by God, for the purpose of drawing us upward to God and to who we are in the Kingdom of God. Joan of Arc’s heart is a channel of God’s grace and a means to His divine will and order. Those called to her heart share in this grace in the manner befitting the means and the instrument. Therefore, we can be certain that her heart is a royal heart, just as we can be certain that the sun lights the day or that the waters of a river are wet. Thus, we can be certain that our hearts, newly made through God’s grace in her heart, are royal.
Joan of Arc in Heaven transforms “the poorest knights in the Kingdom” to Kings and Queens by God’s will and grace in the divine order. She does this through her heart, which is her goodness, and is God’s own overflowing in abundance to those poor souls below. To be united to Joan of Arc’s heart is to receive from her a crown reserved for the poorest knights in the Kingdom.
Those poorest, most in need, and least worthy are the recipients of God’s superabundant love overflowing from the fountain that is Joan of Arc’s heart, which is her goodness and her Kingdom. Those poorest in her heart are crowned only by her and through her as ordered by the divine will. In this way we are certain that Joan of Arc transforms our poor hearts to royal hearts through the hierarchy of the divine order in the Kingdom of God.