Joan of Arc, Her Imprisonment, Trial and Death
Obermeier, M. Theodolinda
Catholicism , France--History , England--History
"The fairest things have sweetest end. Their scent survives their close. But the rose's scent is bitterness. To him. that loved the rose."-- Francis Thompson | Those "fairest things" are verified in the life of Joan of Arc, the Flower of Chivalry, The Lady Knight, titles befitting our Maiden Saint. A mere child in years, and though innocence bedecked her fair young brow, she was born only to blossom, ruthlessly plucked by her energy and heartlessly cast into the raging flames. From those very ashes has wafted a perfume, sweeter than the rose itself. This sweet scented perfume of our Maiden Flower, while bitterness to her adversaries, has been Joan’s rich legacy to the Catholic Church, and her followers. To-day, better than ever, do we know the truth concerning Joan and for the sake of truth, men of every land love to tell her story.
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