“Set your hearts on his Kingdom first, and on God’s saving justice, and all these other things will be given you as well.” (Mt 6:33) “Our Father who art in heaven, hallowed be thy name. Thy Kingdom come, Thy will be done on earth as it is in heaven.” (Mt 6:9-10).
Le Royaume’s particular Vision Statement born of the traditional mystical relationship between the Blessed Virgin Mary, St. Joan of Arc, St. Thérèse of Lisieux, and the Kingdom of France:
“The sovereign establishment on earth as it is in Heaven of the Blessed Virgin Mary’s Kingdom of France bathed in the mystically beautiful light of the combined spirituality of Sts. Joan of Arc and Thérèse of Lisieux.”
RoyaumeFrance is an integral Catholic worldview imbued with the traditional French Catholic spirit.
Inspired by Our Lady the Virgin Mary, with Ste. Jehanne d’Arc and Ste. Thérèse de l’Enfant Jésus, I evolved over the years through three profound steps to a renewed, mission-driven, life-giving worldview grounded in the Catholic Church and the Social Kingship of Christ through the reign of the Immaculate Heart of Mary.
That worldview is the Blessed Virgin Mary’s Kingdom of Catholic France bathed in the beautiful light of the combined spirituality of Ste. Jehanne and Ste. Thérèse.
That mission and those steps that inspired me and gave me hope are all integrally devoted to “seeking, loving, and defending” the Kingdom through Vérité, Beauté, Bonté (Truth, Beauty, Goodness).
Just as we read scripture with both the literal and spiritual meanings in mind, those of us with Royal Hearts see well beyond the mere literal and historical context of the Catholic Monarchy to its Allegorical, Moral, and Anagogical purpose. The Catholic Monarchy can be understood by its significance to the Social Kingship of Christ (Allegorical); by its morally just way in defending the Church (Moral); and by its Form which points to the proper Divine Order leading us to Heaven (Anagogical). Our devotion to the Catholic Monarchy is not simply socio-political; it is spiritual.
You might be asking, “How do I know if I am one of the French Catholic Diaspora?
Try asking yourself these questions:
- Do I have a strong conviction that Heaven had other plans for America than a secular Republic founded on post-Protestant Revolutionary “Enlightenment” principles with “Separation of Church and State” as a cornerstone.
- Do I wish that the New Christendom initiated on this continent by the Catholic French and Catholic Spaniards, all under the care of Our Lady of Guadalupe who appeared shortly after Cortez conquered modern day Mexico, would not have been interrupted by Anglicanism and other more crude forms of Protestantism such as Puritanism?
- Do I long for the restoration of the French Catholic Monarchy (and all Catholic Monarchies of Europe)?
- Do I have a fondness for France's traditional role as Eldest Daughter of the Church?
- Do I sense a strong filial relationship between Our Lady the Virgin Mary and France as the lily of her heart?
- Do I have a strong devotion to French saints such as St. Joan of Arc and St. Thérèse of Lisieux (among many)?
- Would I like to see the influence of Catholic and Royal France restored in North America?
As a famous American celebrity might exclaim, “If you answered yes to most of these questions... you might just be part of the French Catholic Diaspora.”
Importantly, keep in mind:
“This Kingdom is not limited to the earthly boundaries of France but is a spiritual, worldwide society of sanctified souls living out their repentant, dogmatic confession of Catholic faith through total consecration to the Immaculate Heart of Mary and in evangelical devotion to Traditional French Catholicism.”
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