If the Lord has permitted you to have some trial, bear it willingly and with gratitude, considering that it has happened for your good and that perhaps you well deserved it. If the Lord bestows upon you any kind of prosperity, thank him humbly and see that you become no worse for it, either though vain pride or anything else, because you ought not to oppose God or offend him in the matter of his gifts.
Be kindhearted to the poor, the unfortunate and the afflicted. Give them as much help and consolation as you can. Thank God for all the benefits he has bestowed upon you, that you may be worthy to receive greater. Always side with the poor rather than with the rich, until you are certain of the truth.
Be devout and obedient to our mother the Church of Rome and the Supreme Pontiff as your spiritual father. (St. Louis words to his son)
Young King Louis IX freeing prisoners
Blessing from a Bishop
Getting Ready to go on Crusade
Death of St. Louis IX
General Crusader pics:
Peter the Hermit Preaching Crusade (How UnEcumenical of him!)