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Nobility Newsletter: "Forbidden to Stand for “God Save the Queen”" and other posts

Nobility Newsletter: "Forbidden to Stand for “God Save the Queen”" and other posts

  • Forbidden to Stand for “God Save the Queen” 
  • Buckingham Palace leaking and crumbling 
  • Catholic-educated Empress Michiko celebrates birthday 
  • Amidst the Revolution, the women of Paris acclaim Marie Antoinette as their Queen 
  • What Is a Representative Character? 
  • October 21 – Hammer of Muslim invaders 
  • October 21 – Blessed Karl, Emperor of Austria 
  • October 21 – The Tale of Saint Ursula 
  • October 22 – St. Wendelin of Trier 
  • October 23 – The amazing story of San Juan Capistrano and the Siege of Belgrade 

Posted: 20 Oct 2013 10:15 PM PDT

According to the Daily Express: A 74-YEAR-OLD artillery veteran was forbidden to stand up for the national anthem at a concert in case members of the audience fell into each other! This daft edict was issued by Suffolk’s Bury St Edmunds Council which later…said the guidelines had been misapplied. I cannot see that it is [...]

Posted: 20 Oct 2013 10:14 PM PDT

According to the Daily Express: A report published this week paints a grim picture of the state of disrepair of the Queen's main residence, while conditions are just as desperate at many of the nation's other royal buildings. …staff are forced to use buckets to catch rainwater to protect priceless works of art around the [...]

Posted: 20 Oct 2013 10:13 PM PDT

According to Royal News 24: Today is the 79th birthday of Her Imperial Majesty Empress Michiko of Japan. She was educated at the University of the Sacred Heart, Tokyo and later studied at Harvard and Oxford. On the 27th November 1958 she became engaged to Crown Prince Akihito… They were married on the 10th April [...]

Posted: 20 Oct 2013 10:12 PM PDT

The Queen had sent for me on the morning of the 6th of October, to leave me and my father-in-law in charge of her most valuable property. She took away only her casket of diamonds. Comte Gouvernet de la Tour-du-Pin, to whom the military government of Versailles was entrusted "pro tempore," came and gave orders [...]

Posted: 20 Oct 2013 10:11 PM PDT

A representative character is a person who perceives the ideals, principles, and qualities that are desired and admired by a community or nation, and translates them into concrete programs of life and culture. We might point to famous figures like General George Patton or those lesser known people such as self-sacrificing clergy, devoted teachers, or [...]

Posted: 20 Oct 2013 10:10 PM PDT

Charles Martel Born about 688; died at Quierzy on the Oise, 21 October, 741. He was the natural son of Pepin of Herstal and a woman named Alpaïde or Chalpaïde. Pepin, who died in 714, had outlived his two legitimate sons, Drogon and Grimoald, and to Theodoald, a son of the latter and then only [...]

Posted: 20 Oct 2013 10:09 PM PDT

(Also known as Carlo d'Austria, Charles of Austria) Born August 17, 1887, in the Castle of Persenbeug in the region of Lower Austria, his parents were the Archduke Otto and Princess Maria Josephine of Saxony, daughter of the last King of Saxony. Emperor Francis Joseph I was Charles' Great Uncle. Charles was given an expressly [...]

Posted: 20 Oct 2013 10:08 PM PDT

Once upon a time, there was once a just and most Christian King of Britain, called Maurus. To him and to his wife Daria was born a little girl, the fairest creature that this earth ever saw. She came into the world wrapped in a hairy mantle, and all men wondered greatly what this might [...]

Posted: 20 Oct 2013 10:07 PM PDT

St. Wendelin of Trier Born about 554; died probably in 617. His earliest biographies, two in Latin and two in German, did not appear until after 1417. Their narrative is the following: Wendelin was the son of a Scottish king; after a piously spent youth he secretly left his home on a pilgrimage to Rome. [...]

Posted: 20 Oct 2013 10:06 PM PDT

St. John of Capistrano Born at Capistrano, in the Diocese of Sulmona, Italy, 1385; died 23 October, 1456. His father had come to Naples in the train of Louis of Anjou, hence is supposed to have been of French blood, though some say he was of German origin. His father dying early, John owed his [...]

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