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quinta-feira, 31 de outubro de 2013

Nobility Newsletter: "Who Missed the Royal Christening?" and other posts






  • Who Missed the Royal Christening? 
  • British Monarchy: First Photograph of Four Generations Since Queen Victoria 
  • Franciscan missionaries of Texas who paid the ultimate price 
  • None Dare Call It Feudal 
  • October 31 – He forced the devil to build a church 
  • November 1 – For saving her people, she was made their judge 
  • All Saints Day: How many saints were noble? 
  • November 2 – His mother celebrated his death as if it were a wedding 
  • November 3 – Patron of hunting 
  • November 3 – The Battle of Mentana 




Posted: 30 Oct 2013 10:16 PM PDT


According to Postmedia News: While other members of the Royal Family were sitting down to tea and a slice of traditional wedding cake after Prince George's christening…, the Princess Royal was hard at work — in Canada. "The Princess Royal's no-nonsense approach to royal life and duty explain a lot about the lack of official [...]






Posted: 30 Oct 2013 10:15 PM PDT


According to The Telegraph: One picture…shows the Queen posing with the next three kings of Britain…the first such photograph for 114 years. The last similar occasion was in 1899, when an 80-year-old Queen Victoria posed with her direct successors Edward VII, George V and Edward VIII. This time, the Queen, who is 87, is pictured [...]






Posted: 30 Oct 2013 10:12 PM PDT


We do well and practice the virtues of justice and gratitude when we honor our fallen soldiers; the warriors who gave their lives on the field of battle to defend the nation. We do well to honor policemen when they are killed in the carrying out of their law enforcement duties. Similarly, we honor firemen [...]






Posted: 30 Oct 2013 10:11 PM PDT


[O]ur own history is full of "Washingtonian" figures born of great sacrifice, often in times of crisis. On a national scale, we can identify those famous statesmen, generals, soldiers, religious figures, artists, professors, businessmen, and so many others who embodied and distilled those admired and sturdy virtues that built our great nation. We might also [...]






Posted: 30 Oct 2013 10:10 PM PDT


St. Wolfgang Bishop of Ratisbon (972-994), born about 934; died at the village of Pupping in upper Austria, 31 October, 994. The name Wolfgang is of early German origin. St. Wolfgang was one of the three brilliant stars of the tenth century, St. Ulrich, St. Conrad, and St. Wolfgang, which illuminated the early medieval period [...]






Posted: 30 Oct 2013 10:09 PM PDT


Deborah the Prophetess (also known as Debbora the Judge, Deborah the Matriarch) Prophetess and judge: she was the wife of Lapidoth and was endowed by God with prophetic gifts which secured for her the veneration of the divided Israelitic tribes and gave her great authority over them. Her wisdom was first displayed in settling litigious [...]






Posted: 30 Oct 2013 10:08 PM PDT


All Saint's Day: Is Being Noble and Leading a Noble's Life Incompatible with Sanctity? The current misunderstanding of nobility and the analogous traditional elites results largely from the adroit but biased propaganda spread against them by the French Revolution. Such propaganda, continuously disseminated throughout the nineteenth and twentieth centuries by ideological and political currents spawned [...]






Posted: 30 Oct 2013 10:07 PM PDT


Blessed John Bodey Martyr, born at Wells, Somerset: 1549; died at Andover, Wilts., 2 November, 1583. He studied at Winchester and New College, Oxford, of which he became a Fellow in 1568. In June, 1576, he was deprived, with seven other Fellows, by the Visitor, Horne, Protestant Bishop of Winchester. Next year he went to [...]






Posted: 30 Oct 2013 10:06 PM PDT


St. Hubert Confessor, thirty-first Bishop of Maastricht, first Bishop of Liège, and Apostle of the Ardennes, born about 656; died at Fura (the modern Tervueren), Brabant, 30 May, 727 or 728. He was honored in the Middle Ages as the patron of huntsmen, and the healer of hydrophobia (rabies). He was the eldest son of [...]






Posted: 30 Oct 2013 10:05 PM PDT


It was a dark and gloomy morning, pouring rain, when this little army of some five thousand men filed out of the Porta Pia in a colorful parade, Pius IX's Swiss General Rafael de Courten's papal troops leading and the French contingent bringing up the rear…. Famous since classical times as a suburban retreat some [...]






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