From Easter to ascension-day, these portentous circumstances took place almost every night.
The next day was ascension-day, and it was passed by Joan in prayer.
And I say that this has to do with the text—it has to do with ascension-day.
Let us see, though, whether death has not something to do with ascension-day.
Between twelve and one o'clock on the 26th of May, ascension-day, the ringing of bells announced the opening of the great fair.
On the 24th of May, the eve of ascension-day, she learned that Compiegne was being besieged, and she resolved to re-enter it.
Let us see whether a sermon about death is not a fit sermon for the Sunday after ascension-day.