Looking Beyond The Wall: Francita Meaux and Liturgical Dance
An autobiography of an African-American woman, raised in an orphanage, who created a style of liturgical dance called Le Maseran (The Master's Hand). Without any dance training she taught herself to dance for the Lord as a form of prayer and praise.
Everyoneofuswantstobelovedandneeded. Somehave felt that security their entire livesâ€”others have not. Taken from her home at four years of age and placed in a girlsâ€™ home, run by Catholic nuns, Francita Meaux had the comfort of having her two sisters with her, but not the loving arms of a mother as she grew up.
Brian Passe captures the growth of Francitaâ€™s life and love of God as she worships Him through liturgical dance. Though never receiving formal training to dance, she has claimed an ancient psalm-based form of worship dedicated to God. Her life, once revealed, shows Godâ€™s hand in her personal and spiritual growth as she transforms
a style of dance to worship God as David did. Le Maseran, â€śThe Masterâ€™s Hand,â€ť is anointed by God as a form of worship for allâ€” not just the professionally trained dancer.
If you desire to worship God with your whole heart, soul, mind, and strength then you want to read this story. Find out more about the Le Maseran style of worship and the woman who dances from a love buried deep within her heart.