Jun 17, 2022 • 13M

S1E5-Empathic devotion to St. Joan of Arc

How does Joan see the world and how does her view differ from our own?

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Walter Emerson Adams
A podcast discussing my model of a holy expression of Jehannian-Thérèsian Catholic Spirituality. The Dove and Rose is a phenomenological journey through the heart of St. Joan of Arc in the company of St. Thérèse. Also subscribe to The Dove and Rose podcasts on Anchor, Apple, and Spotify.
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Season 1 Episode 5
After our descriptive journaling on the life of St Joan of Arc, we notice that a “horizon of meaning” is emerging from our contemplative reflections and spiritual reading. What do we do next? In this episode I discuss how using the phenomenology of Edith Stein along with her work on empathy, we can begin to sense what Joan’s own horizon of meaning might look like and how that might differ from our own.

Join me on my website, RoyaumeFrance.us where you will find a more comprehensive and systematic description of the phenomenological model.

Edith Stein’s thesis on empathy
Joan of Arc - Her Story by Régine Pernoud

I am also the co-host for the Heroic Hearts podcast devoted to a spiritual adventure with St. Joan of Arc and St. Thérèse of Lisieux!