Jun 7 • 9M

Bonus! The Chaplet of St. Joan of Arc

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Heroic Hearts is a podcast about healing, enchanting, and elevating our hearts through the stories and spirituality of St. Joan of Arc and St. Therese of Lisieux.
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Heroic Hearts is on a recording break between seasons. In lieu of a regular episode this week, we invite you to pray this devotion to St. Joan of Arc with us. The prayers are provided below, as well as a link to order this beautiful chaplet from the Carmelite Monastery of the Sacred Hearts. We hope you’ll enjoy it. Heroic Hearts will return the week of June 20, 2022 with the first episode of Season 2!

Chaplet of St. Joan of Arc

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Joan of Arc statue, French Quarter, Mike Tilley, via Wikimedia Commons


Prayer on the Crucifix:
Sign of the Cross 
O God, come to my assistance. O Lord, make haste to help me.

Prayer to Christ the King (Plenary indulgence):
O Christ Jesus, I acknowledge You to be King of the Universe. All that has been created has been made for You. Exercise upon me all Your sovereign rights. I hereby renew my baptismal promises, renouncing Satan and all his works and pomps, and I engage myself to live a truly Christian life. I promise to do all in my power to procure the triumph of the rights of God and Your Church. Divine Heart of Jesus, I offer You my poor actions to obtain that all hearts may acknowledge Your sacred Royalty and Kingly Power, and that thus the reign of Your peace may be firmly established throughout the universe. Amen.

Prayer on the Fleur-de-lys Medallion:
St. Michael, mighty Standard Bearer of the Blessed Trinity and First Champion of the Kingship of Christ, pray for us.

On the First Single Bead:
Through the victory of the sorrowful and Immaculate Heart of Mary may the reign of the Heart of Jesus come.

On the Second Single Bead:
Our Father

On the Center Medal:
St. Joan of Arc, Apostle of the Kingship of Christ, pray for us.
(300 days indulgence) 

On the Three Groups of 5 Beads:
5 Hail Marys in honor of St. Joan’s heroic practice of Faith, Hope, and Charity.

On the Two Single Beads:
St. Joan, drawing all your strength from union with Our Lord in the Eucharist, obtain for us your burning love for Him in the Blessed Sacrament.

Last Prayer on the Center Medal:
O Lord, King of Heaven and of earth, may it please You this day to direct and sanctify, to rule and govern our hearts and our bodies, our thoughts, our words and our deeds according to Your commandments. Thus we shall be able to attain salvation and deliverance, in time and eternity, by Your help. O Savior of the world, who live and reign forever. Amen.

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