“I want, let us say, to solve a problem (I mean, I want to start at once and if possible go on until I find the solution). By this will act, the I that wills to solve it sets itself in motion spiritually in a definite direction. In this act, it must keep hold [gefasst… Continue reading Toward a Philosophy of Monarchy – Introduction. The Royal Heart as a Spiritual Devotion
Here is another reason I am a hereditary Monarchist. I just want to be left alone in peace. I'm not sure I can handle the next eighteen months. Everyone running for President is to me like a creepy crawly thing I don't want in my house, or even in my yard. My whole strategy now… Continue reading Another reason I am a hereditary Monarchist
It is due to Catholic and Royal France that there is a United States in the first place. We were taught that our Founding Fathers were the bravest of the brave, who selflessly, with blood-bandaged feet and bloodied faces, shed the shackles of serfdom for freedom. But the truth is, without the Catholic and Royal… Continue reading It is due to Catholic and Royal France that there is a United States in the first place.
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
I love my enemies. Or, at least I try to love my enemies, especially those who are philosophers. Jeanne-Jacques Rousseau is a good example. Reading through the first section of his Social Contract, I see much with which many Americans would agree but much with which I cannot agree. Still, I like what I see… Continue reading The Royal Heart and Rousseau