Obedience to our Holy Father, the Pope and the Magisterium of the Church (“Our Lord first served” ~ St. Joan of Arc)
Devotion to the eternal mystical union between Our Lady’s Immaculate Heart and the Kingdom of France whose temporal expression is found in the Kings and Queens of the Ancien Régime, dating back to the institution of the Capetian dynasty and beyond that through the Carolingian dynasty, and to the baptism of Clovis as the first Catholic King of the Franks.
A Counterrevolutionary spirit of Christendom in the West which gives preeminence to the rights of the Kingdom of God on earth, which is the Holy Roman Catholic Church, to influence the minds, hearts, laws, and culture of the land (the end of the Revolutionary manipulation of society through “Separation of Church of State”).
Support for Counterrevolutionary activities that would bring about the establishment of Catholic Kings and Queens in the West, including the United States, as the optimal means to re-establish a Church-State alliance for the building up of the Kingdom of God “on earth as it is in Heaven,” to destroy Protestant, Masonic, and New Age heresies, and to end the atheistic secular democratic republican state.
Exultation in the Holy Catholic Church as the only institution, faith, and spirituality which contains the fullness of God’s revelation to man in Jesus Christ as Son of God and the only Savior of the human race and being instituted by Jesus Christ for this purpose. We reject as heretical religious relativism which attempts to claim that all religions, or so-called “Christian denominations” (i.e., Protestant and Independent Evangelical), or spiritual belief systems in general are equally good, true, and essentially lead to the same relationship with God. God established only one Church for His Kingdom on earth, the Holy Roman Catholic Church. We specifically reject as heretical and antithetical to the teachings of Jesus Christ and to His purpose in instituting His Catholic Church, the modern notion of “spiritual but not religious.” We likewise oppose the modern militant, secular, atheistic anti-faith that goes further into darkness by admitting not even to an “equally good” relativism but to its own supremacy. Lord be our protector and our victory.
Outreach to those outside the Catholic Church through a Counterrevolutionary focus on the fullness of Truth, even if that Truth divides us, rather than by focusing only on that which unites us (the “kum-bah-yah” approach). In this way are able to present to the world the glories of the Catholic faith rather than to hide these treasures away. To proclaim with the Protestant that “all that matters is that we both worship Christ as our personal savior” simply makes all of us Protestants. To proclaim with the non-Christian religious that “all that matters is that we both worship God” simply makes all of us non-Christian religious. To proclaim with the non-believing atheist that “all that matters is that we both believe in being good” simply makes all of us non-believing atheists. Simple agreement to the lowest common denominator with those outside the Church will yield little to no help for the salvation of souls, for that method ignores the fullness of Truth. We are here to proclaim the fullness of God’s revelation through His Holy Catholic Church without compromise or trepidation; for, there is no salvation outside the Catholic Church.
Focus on the abundant beauty and efficacious friendship and patronage of the saints, particularly Sts. Joan of Arc and Thérèse of Lisieux, and most importantly on the necessity of hyperdulia honor to our Holy Mother the Virgin Mary, as representing the abundance of Christ’s grace and charity to us through the Divine Order in His Kingdom which is His Catholic Church. Jesus Christ is King. The Holy Virgin is Queen. The saints are our glorious brothers and sisters in Christ, through the Divine motherhood of Mary. Here we share with the world the treasures of the Kingdom as expressed by St. Thomas:
“It is God’s will that inferior beings should be helped by all those that are above them, wherefore we ought to pray not only to the higher but also to the lower saints; else we should have to implore the mercy of God alone… for the Divine Order is such that lower beings receive an overflow of the excellence of the higher, even as the air receives the brightness of the sun…we pray to the saints, whether angels or men, not that God may through them know our petitions, but that our prayers may be effective through their prayers and merits.” (St. Thomas Aquinas, Summa Theologica, IIa, IIae, Question 83, Article 11)