After a lengthy and unjust trial, Joan of Arc is finally executed by her enemies on May 30, 1431. Join Walter and Amy in the season finale to discover why St. Joan’s horrific martyrdom was truly her final victory.
Hosts: Walter Emerson and Amy Chase
01:43 Enchanting Moments
05:38 Prayer of the Heroic Hearts
06:09 Reflective Questions
04:15 Super Flower Blood Moon lunar eclipse 2022
10:25 12th stage of the hero's journey: Return with the Elixir
16:23 Bishop Cauchon
18:09 Joan of Arc's Abjuration
23:54 Joan is set up to "relapse" by wearing men's clothing again
26:47 Bishop Cauchon allows Joan to receive the Eucharist
28:58 Joan's last words: Jesus, Jesus, Jesus
34:27 Joan of Arc's mother Isabel demands justice for her daughter
36:15 Regine Pernoud's Joan of Arc in Her Own Words
38:57 Why did's Joan's canonization take so long?
41:15 St. Therese's plays, "Pious Recreations”
46:22 G.K. Chesterton's quote on Joan of Arc
54:34 Closing Poem:"Pied Beauty" by Gerard Manley Hopkins
Reflect on the life and martyrdom of St. Joan of Arc:
What impact has her story had on you as you journeyed with us?
In what ways has your journey opened you up to experiencing transcendence in your life?
Prayer of the Heroic Hearts
Regine Pernoud’s “Joan of Arc: By Herself and Her Witnesses”
G.K. Chesterton’s quote on Joan of Arc
Cover Art: Joan of Arc at the Stake by Georg Poppe, 1915