How we cite our quotes:
JOAN: "Minding your own business is like minding your own body: it's the shortest way to make yourself sick. […] it is God's business we are here to do: not our own." (2.169)
Joan seems like the only person in the whole of France that actually believes in the will of God.
THE CHAPLAIN: "I would not leave a Jew alive in Christendom if I had my way." (4.26)
This kind of anti-Semitism is deeply rooted in European Christian society.
CAUCHON: [fiercely] "She is not a witch. She is a heretic." (4.68)
There's a big difference between the two things for Cauchon and the Church that he represents. A witch has supernatural powers. A heretic is merely someone who defies the Church.