The French Canadian

This document describes the direction we want for this site. We describe ourselves as "semper idem" French Canadian catholics. You can also read the announcement when the site was launched.

Little effort has been invested on the design of the site which is rather poor in our opinion. Indeed, if people visit this site, it will not be for its design, but rather for its content.

Some pages have an English translation but most of the site is in French only.

Finally, here is a quote from Holy Scriptures that inspired the realization of this site:

Blessed are they that suffer persecution for justice’ sake: for theirs is the kingdom of heaven.
Blessed are ye when they shall revile you, and persecute you, and speak all that is evil against you, untruly, for my sake:
Be glad and rejoice, for your reward is very great in heaven. (Matthew 5, 10-12)


We recommand

Some things to consider seriously :

  • Read the Gospel
  • Pray to the mother of God (a rosary everyday)
  • Study the Truth (catechism) to save the souls of your loved ones and your own
  • Be baptized
  • Follow all God's commandments, especially those concerning purity.
  • Love God with all your heart and then love your neighbor as yourself
  • ...
Fast and abstinence

We need to obey the message of the Virgin Mary at Fatima by doing penance. We need to go this to save our soul. One way of doing penance that we must do, is by fasting. By following a good liturgical calendar, we can easily remember the days that the Church order us to fast.

Gaining indulgences

Our Lord Jesus Christ gave this power to his Church, so we can save our soul from hell, and not suffer many years excruciating pain in purgatory.

Sister of the Nativity

The revelations of our Our Jesus Christ to Sister of the Nativity are very important for our times. Those revelations predicted the usurpation of the papacy. They teach us what to do in those troubling times, for example what to do if we cannot find a priest approved by the Church, and many more salutary advices.

Be faithful

Be faithful ...

Singing !