The Science of RoyaumeFrance

The Science of RoyaumeFrance – the Heart of St. Joan of Arc

Regarding the topic previously discussed of the possibility of knowing with a temporal mind in a step-by-step fashion that which is timeless, St. Teresa Benedicta points out the necessity that the timeless have some type of relationship with the temporal. There is no way that a finite mind can know the timeless immediately, without this… Continue reading The Science of RoyaumeFrance – the Heart of St. Joan of Arc

The Science of RoyaumeFrance

The Science of RoyaumeFrance – The Knowledge of God

The Science of RoyaumeFrance is a science of the knowledge of God. This knowledge is the subject of the logos of God, Jesus Christ, and its purpose is to lead us to Him through the Immaculate Heart of Mary and the combined spirituality of St. Joan of Arc and St. Thérèse of Lisieux. Its goal… Continue reading The Science of RoyaumeFrance – The Knowledge of God

The French Catholic Diaspora

Purity and Humility as the gateway to and guardian of the Mystical Kingdom of Catholic France

Abandonment to Divine Providence in a dogmatic confession of Catholic faith through the Immaculate Heart of Mary is the hallmark of the French Catholic Diaspora. We entrust ourselves completely in mind, body, and soul through Mary to the authentic teachings and authority of the Holy Catholic Church, the mystical body and bride of Christ. We… Continue reading Purity and Humility as the gateway to and guardian of the Mystical Kingdom of Catholic France

My Journey with St. Joan and St. Thérèse

My Journey with St. Joan and St. Thérèse – Our relationship with God and the Saints

Our discussion of the Journey on the Trail of the Dogmatic Creed with St. Joan of Arc and St. Thérèse of Lisieux requires an added dimension. Thus far, we have emphasized the Kingdom in the distance toward which we are traveling with our saintly sisters. This Kingdom is the center of the Immaculate Heart of… Continue reading My Journey with St. Joan and St. Thérèse – Our relationship with God and the Saints

My Journey with St. Joan and St. Thérèse

My Journey with St. Joan and St. Thérèse – St. John of the Cross’ Mt. Carmel

My initial experience with Carmelite spirituality was similar to St. Teresa Benedicta’s. “Picking up a book at random, Edith began to read. It was St. Teresa of Avila’s The Book of Her Life. Edith was so taken by this Spanish marvel of God’s grace that she read through the book, it seems, without a break.… Continue reading My Journey with St. Joan and St. Thérèse – St. John of the Cross’ Mt. Carmel

The French Catholic Diaspora

We are the spiritual diaspora of the Kingdom of Catholic France.

We are the spiritual diaspora of the Kingdom of Catholic France. That declaration is the natural extension of our devotion to Traditional French Catholicism and the Renaissance of Catholic France. It is such a natural extension based on the model for the mystical Kingdom of Catholic France given to us by Ste. Jehanne d'Arc. “In the… Continue reading We are the spiritual diaspora of the Kingdom of Catholic France.

Talking Points - Journey to Christendom

Talking points – Journey to Christendom – The Forward

Talking Points are the highlights and notes from my Kindle which identify key themes drawn from the text. The highlighted words are followed by reflections. Forward Yellow highlight | Kindle Location: 145 St. Joan of Arc pray for us!  Note: Spirituality has to do with heroism for the truth. Living the truth implies defending the… Continue reading Talking points – Journey to Christendom – The Forward

My life with St. Joan and St. Thérèse

How I met St. Joan of Arc

1977 – Normandy, France I stood staring at the modestly sized statue of a young looking, medieval warrior perched outside the chapel. A small group of us who recently graduated from high school in Guymon, Ok were making a visit to the island fortress of Mont Saint-Michel just off the coast of northwestern France. We… Continue reading How I met St. Joan of Arc

Little Flowers and Fiery Towers

The Pilgrim Dance (St. Joan and St. Thérèse)

  Shuffling down a narrow Lonely, dirt path Into a wide Open field I am a pilgrim A journeyman One who rests Only for a time In mystical Quaint villages I am refreshed And stronger now Because of each Enchanting land Now, slowly Onto a plain Where I have come Upon a crossroad Not knowing… Continue reading The Pilgrim Dance (St. Joan and St. Thérèse)

Little Flowers and Fiery Towers

While idly traipsing through the woods one day (Joan of Arc)

While idly traipsing through the woods one day With nothing much in mind to do but play I heard a rustle opposite a brook And found three angels, puzzled, by their looks So fair in countenance with heads in crowns They bowed to me in need for one renowned “Dear Sir, please help in our… Continue reading While idly traipsing through the woods one day (Joan of Arc)