A story about a parade in honour of Joan of Arc's canonisation.
Intertitle: "SAINT JOAN OF ARC. Canonisation of new Saint celebrated with solemn Pageant".
M/S of a procession of women coming out of a Cathedral ( Westminster Cathedral? ). The women are nurses and nuns, followed by a group of girls in white veils. We then see a column of women wearing striped sashes - possibly suffragettes - followed by more nuns in white habits. Standing on the steps to the cathedral watching the procession are several gentlemen in top hats and a couple of army officers. M/S of men in cassocks carrying banners, with statements such as 'All Sing', coming out of the Cathedral, they are followed by more men in cassocks carrying brass instruments. M/S of a group of men and women in mortar boards and carrying flags following the procession. The pageant continues with school girls and women dressed completely in white.
C/U of a girl dressed in period costume as St. Joan on the back of a white horse. Medium side view of the girl on the horse. M/S of 'St. Joan' leading a small procession of men in medieval dress through a crowd lined square.
More shots of women coming out of the cathedral.