Joan of Arc is, in her person, the complete refutation of Friedrich Nietzsche. She represents everything he sought to create through his Will to Power and Übermensch. The Good for Nietzsche was bravery, war, and the Will to Power. Leave charity and goody, goody sentimentalism to "little girls." "War and courage have done more great… Continue reading Joan of Arc is, in her person, the complete refutation of Friedrich Nietzsche.
"All things have their season, and in their times all things pass under heaven." ~ Ecclesiastes 3:1 "And when I turned myself to all the works which my hands had wrought, and to the labours wherein I had laboured in vain, I saw in all things vanity, and vexation of mind, and that nothing was… Continue reading “All things have their season” – and St. Joan guides my way through every crossroad
The Royal Heart of RoyaumeFrance is committed to Joan of Arc and her mission "on earth as it is in Heaven" for the coming of the reign of the Immaculate Heart of Mary. For the full consecration made to St. Joan of Arc and St. Thérèse of Lisieux for Christ the King and the Immaculate… Continue reading The Royal Heart’s abbreviated testament of consecration to Joan of Arc and the Immaculate Heart of Mary
St. Mary Magdalene contemplating the world to come. I am an inspired, happy, joyful pessimist. I am Catholic and ultra-realist. I adhere to the most astounding conspiracy theory ever conceived: that there is a single spirit that embodies all evil, and he wants to kill us all. Every. Last. One of us. Therefore, I see… Continue reading Inspired Pessimism
We have two warring philosophies in Western society and perhaps in the whole world. These are the Platonic and Aristotelian paradigms (see Arthur Herman, The Cave and the Light: Plato Versus Aristotle, and the Struggle for the Soul of Western Civilization.) Our philosophical views determine how we decide what is true and therefore how we… Continue reading St. Joan of Arc, Plato, and Aristotle (or, St. Joan versus the American and French Revolutions)
"In this great darkness make our faith A light to be our constant guide That we may choose the narrow way And not the way of wounded pride." (From the Magnificat hymn of September 3rd) Jesus said, “Everyone who listens to these words of mine and acts on them will be like a wise man… Continue reading Joan of Arc will show you how to let God explain His point of view
"You know that I have taught you statutes and justices, as the Lord my God hath commanded me: so shall you do them in the land which you shall possess: And you shall observe, and fulfill them in practice. For this is your wisdom, and understanding in the sight of nations, that hearing all these precepts,… Continue reading A life saving new world view – Thanks to St. Joan of Arc
The Royal Heart finds him or herself with the gravest and noblest of duties. That duty is the defense and propagation of an entire Kingdom. And this is not just any kingdom, but it is the Kingdom of God that has been freely given by the Father in the Holy Spirit through the infinite merits… Continue reading The life and sacred duty of a Royal Heart