Tag: Mark Twain

“The most noble life…save One” (Part 3)

France’s heroin and type of savior were miles away from home at the tender age of nineteen when she would join her heavenly home. Away from war, pain, and fraud, she has found rest in the only place worthy of her stoic character. Upon death, she suffered under the hand of the church, later, due to the supremacy, truth, and goodness of God she has been canonized as a saint by the catholic church in 1920.

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“The most noble life…save One”

In a crowed, boisterous courtyard in 1431 AD a young peasant girl walked serenely toward death. No burial awaited this youthful heroine; the only comfort offered her in this hour of excruciating pain was the chance to gaze upon a cross. While fire stole this sacred body, it was God who claimed her soul. Two Hundred and Ninety-Seven miles from home Joan of Arc awaited her ascent into heaven.

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