|Jack being choked by Martin.*|
|The cast of Carpenter Square Theatre's rendition, centered around the altar with the remains of Saint Foy.*|
Martin leads the church astray, not even willing to bury a murdered man because of his religious beliefs. He is more focused on how he plans to run the monastery once Charles dies. They know that Saint Foy has not granted any miracles for them but do not conceive that it could be their faith or disrespect for her. When a convent receives the Pope's attention for having Saint Foy's remains, and conducting multitudes of successful miracles, Martin refers to them as a "second-rate convent run by a bunch of backwoods nuns (14)." They set out to find the truth.
|The monks around Saint Foy's remains.*|
|The monks leaning over a sack containing "Saint" remnants.*|
|Marie and suitor.*|
We certainly have interesting timing as this past Sunday was All Saint's Sunday.
*All images obtained from Google Image Search