Saint Joan of Arc Story Mug

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  • Story of Joan of Arc
  • Exclusive design
  • Dark blue interior

In the fifteenth century, the voices of St. Michael the Archangel, St. Catherine of Alexandria, and St. Margaret of Antioch called upon Joan to go to the King of France and help him reconquer his kingdom. At the age of 17 Joan was given a small army and enjoyed a series of spectacular military successes. Eventually captured by Burgundians, she was condemned and martyred for being a heretic, and burned at the stake at the age of 19. St. Joan of Arc was later exonerated, and canonized nearly 500 years after her death. This gorgeous mug features a brief biography of this beatiful saint as well as a prayer for her intercession.


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  • 15 oz capacity
  • 4.5" (H) 3.5" diameter
  • Hand wash
  • Microwave safe

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  • 5 Jul 8th 2020
    Saint Joan of Arc Story Mug.

    This mug tells the story of my Patron Saint Joan of Arc. It is well made and should be shown off. I also brought the music box This and the others like it make perfect gifts. I brought it for me.

    Jean Estry

  • 5 Jun 30th 2020
    Beautiful Mug

    I love my new coffee mug! It is spacious, beautiful and of high quality - and it reminds me of St. Joan every day!

    Jody Conry

  • 5 Nov 5th 2015

    Recipiant liked it alot, happy that she did. Of all the mugs I reviewed here and elsewhere for St Joan, I liked this one the best.


  • 5 Oct 6th 2015
    Saint Joan of Arc Mug

    I bought this for my husband for his birthday and he loves it. The mug is beautiful and great quality product. This is one of his favorite saints and the mug with her story is something he uses daily. Great gift item.


  • 5 Oct 2nd 2015
    St. Joan of Arc Story Mug

    I love everything about this mug! It's beautiful and holds a lot of tea and/or coffee, as well as telling the story in words and art of St. Joan of Arc.

    Mary P. Murphy

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