Thérèsian Thunderbolt

"Speaking of clouds, I remember how one day when we were out, the blue sky became overcast and a storm came on, accompanied by vivid lightning. I looked round on every side, so as to lose nothing of the grand sight. A thunderbolt fell in a field close by, and, far from feeling the least bit afraid, I was delighted--it seemed that God was so near." St. Therese of Lisieux. The Story of a Soul (Illustrated) (pp. 24-25). Kindle Edition.

Today, we are the heirs of the House of New Bethany in the royal lineage of our foundress, St. Mary Magdalene.
We are the spiritual diaspora of the Kingdom of Catholic France.
“Who is that?” “Ah, c’est Jeanne d’Arc!” was her reply.
I will relate the story of my journey on the Trail of the Dogmatic Creed with St. Joan of Arc and St. Thérèse of Lisieux.
An “inner receptivity of the soul.”
Joan of Arc was a Platonic ultra-realist in an Aristotelian world.
St. Joan turned my glasses around.
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