When meditating on RoyaumeFrance, the question arises if, or even how, the model presented therein is generally applicable to others, or if it simply is an individual subjective experience, the phenomenon of one man’s journey through the landscape of Catholicism. In fact there is a general model implied in RoyaumeFrance that can be meditated upon and applied by anyone.
The pedagogy of RoyaumeFrance, described in its own sphere as the “pedagogy of Catholic and Royal France” actually follows a general form that begins with one’s natural manner of reasoning, develops through the transformation of one’s heart, mind and soul, and finally manifests itself in the world in such a way that it blesses one’s fellow sojourners and returns to God. It represents repentance and a complete transformation of the person, a metanoia, and even further, a phenomenological reduction of the hearts and combined spirituality of St. Joan of Arc and St. Thérèse of Lisieux.
In this section with its associated drop menu pages, we will develop the spiritual, theological, and philosophical model demonstrating the comprehensive nature of this particular stewardship of grace which likely could be applied similarly across many others unrelated to the substance of Royaume France and the House of New Bethany.