This is the holy story of Georgette Faniel, called Mimi by her friends, who was born in 1915 and died in Montreal on 2nd July 2002 at the age of 86. It deals with interior expressions coming from the Father, of invisible stigmata from the Son, of an Alliance and Angels, of Mary and Medjugorje, of nostalgia for God, and tears, of the night of Faith and of joy in the Holy Spirit.
All this seems indeed extraordinary, but (…) all we have to seek here is one thing: a little flame of love, as the mystic John of the Cross would have said, having the dancing holiness of a Little Theresa, the singing humility of the Poor Little Man of Assisi. Mimi the musician rose herself up to see nothing but God, giving up her music to become, herself, a composition of the Trinity. She relied totally on her own faith to reply with confidence to God’s will for her life: «I make the vow to believe in all that God requires of me, which I don’t always understand but which I accept totally… out of love!» Beware! This book is a ball of fire!
Jacques Gauthier, poet and theologian