“U.S. History shows how all Catholic government, whether English, French, or Spanish, was gradually crowded out, on a continent liberally watered by the blood of martyrs from all parts of Europe who first planted the Cross of Christ there and who sought no other end than consolidating His peaceful possession.” ~(The Star-Spangled Heresy, p.171, Solange Hertz; quoted from Puritan’s Empire by Charles A. Coulombe)
RoyaumeFrance is an outreach for the French Catholic Diaspora. We specifically are a mission, or a French, Catholic, Royal outpost, in the otherwise wild and untamed wilderness that is America. We are called by Divine Providence to restore the influence of Catholic and Royal France across this land, an influence best defined as the Blessed Virgin Mary’s Mystical Kingdom of Catholic France. Our Lady’s Kingdom of France extends to “the earth as it is in Heaven” to the degree that we convert our lands to the true and full Christian faith in the Catholic Church and to the degree that we then build a new order founded on the teachings of Christ’s Church and an order where He is truly our King and the Blessed Virgin Mary is our Queen. Our earthly Monarchs are, as St. Joan of Arc informed Charles VII, Lieutenants, or stewards, of the Heavenly Kingdom on earth.
Our model is Middle Ages Christendom and France in particular as the “Eldest Daughter of the Church.” We put ourselves under the celestial guidance and in the friendship and sisterly care of Ste. Jehanne d’Arc and Ste. Thérèse de l’Enfant Jésus.
Through their care, and in total consecration to the Blessed Virgin Mary, the Holy Spirit inflames in us a “royal heart” which seeks the Divine Order “on earth as it is in Heaven.” Our Royal Hearts are under the patronage and care of the mother of Christendom, St. Clotilda.
Through RoyaumeFrance’s inspiration, we desire that all may Seek the Kingdom by making a repentant, dogmatic confession of Catholic Faith in total consecration to the Blessed Virgin Mary; Love the Kingdom through devotion to Ste. Jehanne and Ste. Thérèse, and Defend the Kingdom through the counterrevolutionary pedagogy of Traditional French Catholicism.