Joan of Arc - Who she is

Joan of Arc in Heaven transforms “the poorest knights in the Kingdom” to Kings and Queens

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… Continue reading Joan of Arc in Heaven transforms “the poorest knights in the Kingdom” to Kings and Queens

Joan of Arc - Who she is

God and Our Lady love us when they love Joan of Arc

We live in a relative goodness to Joan of Arc, in our relationship with her as willed by God in the divine order, and as the lesser and lower in a hierarchy of God’s abundant grace that overflows each level of the hierarchy to bring life to the levels below. As noted previously, Joan is… Continue reading God and Our Lady love us when they love Joan of Arc

Joan of Arc - Who she is

Joan of Arc’s beginning was who she is

“As he chose us in him before the foundation of the world, that we should be holy and unspotted in his sight in charity.” Ephesians 1:4 Joan of Arc is known in the mind of God for all eternity, as are all the rest of us. Our Forms making up who we are, simply are… Continue reading Joan of Arc’s beginning was who she is

Inspirations along the way

33 Days to Merciful Love – The Little Way of St. Thérèse

I highly, *highly*, recommend Fr. Michael Gaitley’s 33 Days to Merciful Love, which is a consecration to God’s Divine Merciful Love following the spirituality of St. Thérèse and her “Little Way.” I first came across St. Thérèse very soon after my conversion to Catholicism over thirty years ago. I discovered “The autobiography of St. Thérèse… Continue reading 33 Days to Merciful Love – The Little Way of St. Thérèse