The French Catholic diaspora must be grounded in a dogmatic confession of the Catholic faith. We must be faithful to the dogmas, doctrines, and magisterial teachings of the Church.
The French Catholic Diaspora must be consecrated to the Virgin Mary as her slave according to the method of St. Louis de Montfort, St. Maximilian Kolbe, or any other Church approved method.
The Diaspora must be committed to a scaramental life, Eucharistic adoration, the daily rosary, spiritual reading, and contemplation.
Devotion to St. Joan, St. Thérèse, and St. Mary Magdalene orients our spiritual life. We study each saint individually and then contemplate their spiritual relationship with each other and with France. Thérèse teaches us how to contemplate Joan. Joan teaches us how to contemplate France. Mary Magdalene teaches us how to contemplate France in relation to Joan and Thérèse. We reflect and journal as our means of journeying with them to the kingdom.
We approach our journals with descriptive fidelity. We journey with our saintly sisters by being faithful to what they teach us in prayer. We neither hold back nor add to what the Holy Spirit inspires in us through our friendship with the saints. We are faithful to inspiration.
We are open to inspiration and follow St. Joan with St. Thérèse to the mystical kingdom of Catholic and Royal France. We imbue ourselves in Magdalene's contemplative spirit on the shores of Provence. We are careful to advance only insofar as our movement of the heart and our intellectual maturity in the matter of Mystical France adheres to Catholic teaching and obedience to the magisterium. If we follow The Trail of the Dogmatic Creed with Joan and Thérèse, we will discover Mystic France as a treasure in the traditions of the Church, and we will avoid novelty. We are open to discovery, not novelty.
Peruse my writings for examples of how the French Catholic Diaspora became my very vocation and being through Joan and Thérèse.