The hallway is located along the right side of the church towards the front, just past the St. Joseph statue. The hallway leads to the church restroom facility.
Saint Margaret Mary Alacoque receives the vision of Jesus Christ and His sacred heart. She reports in her autobiography that on December 27th, 1673, on the Feast of St. John, Jesus permitted her to rest her head upon His heart, and disclosed to her the wonders of His love, telling her that He desired to make them known to all mankind.
St. Michael the Archangel is seen here guiding a sword with Joan of Arc. She was born on January 6, 1412 to pious parents of the French peasant class. At an early age, she heard the voices of St. Michael, St. Catherine, and St. Margaret.
In May of 1428, these voices told Joan to go to the King of France and help him reconquer his kingdom, since at the time, the English king was after the throne of France.
She was eventually captured and sold to the English when her allies in France did nothing to save her. She refused to retract the assertion that it was the saints of God who had commanded her to do what she had done, and she was condemned to death as a heretic, sorceress, and adulteress. Joan was burned at the stake on May 30, 1431 (only 19 years old). Some 30 years later, she was exonerated of all guilt, and was canonized as St. Joan of Arc in 1920 by Pope Benedict XV.
Her feast day is May 30.