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Walter Adams (Nom de plume, S.T. Martin), founder of Le Royaume des Ste. Jehanne et Ste. Thérèse and site administrator.
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May 30, 2015 I do not think it is a coincidence that in my morning prayers today, May 30, the Feast Day of St. Joan of Arc, I was struck by the thought that there is likely no National Shrine … Continue reading
Well… sort of. Maybe. But then again, maybe not. Most commentaries that I read refer to Joan of Arc’s attack on Paris as a mistake. They point out that it resulted in her first defeat, took away a little of … Continue reading
586 years ago, what would be the most amazing week in the history of Western Civilization was about to commence. This evening, the evening of April 29, Joan of Arc is entering Orléans to free it from the English siege. … Continue reading
“Jesus Christ bequeathed his Mother to Jerusalem, St. Peter to Rome, St. John to Asia — to whom will he have bequeathed Mary Magdalene? We know already, it is France who received from the hands of God this part of … Continue reading
We are the spiritual diaspora of the Kingdom of Catholic France. That declaration is the natural extension of our devotion to Traditional French Catholicism and the Renaissance of Catholic France. It is such a natural extension based on the model for … Continue reading