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Who was John of Ark?

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Asked by suppandi, 13 Feb '11 01:41 pm
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JOHN of ARK.:
Saint Joan of Arc or The Maid of Orlans (French: Jeanne d'Arc !!!
BORN : ca. 1412
Domrmy, France
Died 30 May 1431 (aged 19)
Rouen, France
(Then controlled by England)
Venerated in Roman Catholic Church
Anglican Communion
Beatified April 18, 1909, Notre Dame de Paris by Pope Pius X ...more
Answered by OBERoi, 13 Feb '11 01:43 pm

 
  
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Joan (Jeanne d'Arc) was a young women born in eastern France in 1412 who dramatically changed the world in the short nineteen years that she lived. MaidOfHeaven.com is dedicated to Saint Joan and to teaching the complete story of her life and contains hundreds of pages of information and resources all related to Joan of Arc. MaidOfHeaven.com also contains information about the new biography Maid of Heaven: The Story of Saint Joan of Arc which is written entirely in verse and beautifully covers the complete life and legacy of Joan of Arc. Authored by Ben D. Kennedy who has become known as the "Poet of Freedom" this new book about Joan is a sparkling tribute to one of the greatest freedom fighters in all of history.
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Answered by Charu, 13 Feb '11 03:10 pm

 
  
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Saint Joan of Arc , The maid of Orleans (1412-1431) considered to be a national heroine of France and a catholic saint. A peasant girl who led French army to several important victories during hundred years of war which paved teh way for the coronation of Charles VII. She was captured by the Burgundians , sold to Engllish and was burned alive and buried at the stake when she was just nineteen year old. After twenty five years of her execution, Pope Caalixtus III examined the trial and pronounced her innocent and declared her martyr. She was beautified in 1909 and canonized in 1920, She was the patron saint of France. She use to say that she had vision from God who have instructed her to recover her home land from the clutches of English dominaiton in the hundred years of war. rightly she is called as Joan of Ark as she freed France from English domination.
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Answered by Gopal, 16 Feb '11 03:15 pm

 
  
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