"And I beheld, and heard the voice of one eagle flying through the midst of heaven,
saying with a loud voice: Woe, woe, woe to the inhabitants of the earth....
[Apocalypse (Revelation) 8:13]

Thursday, September 24, 2015

Saint Joan of Arc with her angels and saints

Saint Joan of Arc with her angels and saints

The Church, through which Jeanne was formed both religiously and culturally in time and space, is the seed here on earth of that very same eternally Now Kingdom. Can you grasp it? Can you begin to see how it is that the glorious Ste. Jeanne could have easily stated, with a slight smile of knowing on her lips, the very same proposition as did Mr. Chesterton? Chesterton could see through his mind’s eye how the earth and earthly manners of thinking can become ever so small as you peer metaphorically through the keyhole of the great castle gate of the Church leading into the eternal Kingdom of God. From the outside the Church is an earthly institution. Through the keyhole we see Heaven itself exploding like a new universe. Ste. Jeanne d’Arc saw it with her own eyes. It was so grand that she wanted only to go with her heavenly friends when they would depart.

This is what happened to me, I mean, that I came to desire being with Ste. Jeanne in heaven, just as she desired to be with Sts. Michael, Catherine, and Margaret. When that happens, it changes everything, and I mean everything. One’s worldview is then so radically altered that the earth begins to look small. You keep peering through the keyhole of the Church’s towering gate to expand your mind. At a certain point, you push the gate open and begin your journey. That is what Jeanne did; she bravely began her journey to Chinon to meet Charles VII and to persuade him to allow her to take an army to free Orléans. That journey, though, did not end in Orléans, or in Rheims, or even in Rouen where she was burned at the stake. That journey ended in Heaven because the whole source and purpose of the journey was from Heaven. It began “before the foundations of the world” as a form in the mind of God.
 Yes, Mr. Chesterton, indeed the Church is much larger on the inside than out. Ste. Jeanne lived that reality to the fullest as she honored, loved, and trusted her saintly visitors, fulfilled God’s will, and sacrificed her life for both France and Heaven. And in that breathtakingly inspiring manner, Jeanne gave me a small glimpse of how large that inside really is. Heaven does commune with us in our very small world flying at breakneck speed through the time space continuum. I am hoping and praying that with my intense desire to share heaven with Ste. Jeanne, Ste. Thérèse, the rest of the communion of saints, and especially with Our Lady the Virgin Mary and our glorious Divine King, Jesus Christ, I will somehow be drawn over the hills, meadows, and mountains grasping their hands and will arrive in the Kingdom where Jeanne d’Arc will lead her eternal family of brothers and sisters in worshipping The Father, The Son, and the Holy Spirit through the Heart of Immaculate Mary.

Yes, Ste. Jeanne, I want to come too. With Ste. Thérèse de Lisieux, pray for us dear sister in Christ.


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