The Dove and Rose (St. Joan and St. Thérèse) Presentation Series – Part 6

The Dove and Rose Presentation Series – Part 6 – The Fourth Pedagogy
I am pleased to introduce a new presentation series on The Dove and Rose devotion to Sts. Joan and Thérèse. The goal is to develop a small series of tutorials on “Le Royaume” (“The Kingdom” Blessed of St. Joan and St. Thérèse) and “The Dove and Rose” specifically. If you are interested, please watch and listen as I discuss in Part 6 the fourth pedagogy of The Dove and Rose devotion.
You can find all of the Dove and Rose presentations in the menu and sidebar.

About Walter Adams

Professionally, I am an educator and experienced business executive. Academically, I hold an A.B. in Economics from Princeton University and a Masters Degree in Public and Private Management from Yale University. Raised as a Methodist, I joined the Catholic Church on Easter of 1985, just prior to marrying my wife of nearly 30 years. My Catholic spirituality is grounded in the sacraments, Eucharistic adoration, and True Devotion to Mary. I am influenced more specifically by the combined spirituality of Ste. Jehanne d'Arc and Ste. Thérèse de l'Enfant Jésus. I interpret Jehanne d'Arc through the spirituality of Thérèse, notably as represented through her plays and poetry about Jehanne. My ardent devotion to Ste. Jehanne d'Arc inspires me to seek her world view for my own. In order to do that I desire an authentic interpretation of the enigmatic saint. I believe Ste. Thérèse to be the most authentic interpreter of Ste. Jehanne's soul. My mission is to facilitate the coming of the Father’s Kingdom “on earth as it is in Heaven” by inspiring others to “seek first the Kingdom” through a repentant, dogmatic confession of Catholic faith and through exemplary Catholic ideals. Ste. Jehanne d'Arc and Ste. Thérèse de l'Enfant Jésus are representative, in my humble view, of some of the highest and most noble of those ideals.
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