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quinta-feira, 7 de novembro de 2013

Nobility Newsletter: "Anarchist Fire Outside Buckingham Palace" and other posts




Nobility Newsletter: "Anarchist Fire Outside Buckingham Palace" and other posts



  • Anarchist Fire Outside Buckingham Palace 
  • London Housing Authority: Evict Royals 
  • Republican Movement Admits Low Numbers and International Scope 
  • The Pope favors removing the Merovingians and acclaiming Pippin the Short as king of the Franks 
  • The Natural Leadership of Bourdon Souls 
  • November 7 – He Went on Crusade to Atone for His Sins 
  • November 7 – Blessed Francis Palau y Quer 
  • November 7 – Martyred in Mecca 
  • November 7 – St. Willibrord and the Dancing Procession 
  • November 7 – Bl. Bernardine of Fossa 
  • November 8 – Four Crowned Martyrs 
  • November 8 – Saint Tysilio of Wales 
  • November 8 – Charlemagne sent him to his enemies 
  • November 10 – Who Was the First Pope to Be Called “Great,” and Why? 




Posted: 06 Nov 2013 09:15 PM PST


According to AFP: Hundreds of Anonymous protesters wearing Guy Fawkes masks protested outside Buckingham Palace, Queen Elizabeth II’s London home, as part of a global demonstration against austerity on Tuesday. Protesters threw bottles at police in riot gear and a fire was lit outside the palace. The demonstration was part of a pre-arranged “million mask” [...]






Posted: 06 Nov 2013 09:14 PM PST


According to the London Evening Standard: Buckingham Palace should be turned into council flats, Labour's London housing spokesman has suggested. Tom Copley's controversial call to evict the Queen from her landmark residence was made at the annual Class conference held in London. His speech, made as Labour's housing spokesman on the London Assembly, came days [...]






Posted: 06 Nov 2013 09:12 PM PST


According to The Guardian: Opinion polling consistently shows that 20-25% of the British people want a democratic alternative to hereditary monarchy…. “When mild criticism of our hereditary monarchy provokes such a storm in the media, it’s no wonder that politicians tend to avoid straying into the debate. But we shouldn’t be cowed. On Saturday I [...]






Posted: 06 Nov 2013 09:12 PM PST


[A] Frankish mission arrived in Rome and proceeded to inquire, in diplomatic terms, the attitude of the pope towards the delicate problem of the Frankish crown. Ought a person who was without real authority to retain the name of king?—or ought the name and the power to go together? The pope…answered that the name and [...]






Posted: 06 Nov 2013 09:11 PM PST


Plinio Corrêa de Oliveira likened society to a carillon. The carillon is a large musical instrument consisting of at least twenty-three cast bronze bells often suspended in bell towers and arranged to play music. To apply his metaphor, the carillon is a society or social unit, and each person is a different bell. The representative [...]






Posted: 06 Nov 2013 09:10 PM PST


Saint Engelbert of Cologne Archbishop of that city (1216-1225); born at Berg, about 1185; died near Schwelm, 7 November 1225. His father was Engelbert, Count of Berg, his mother, Margaret, daughter of the Count of Gelderland. He studied at the cathedral school of Cologne and while still a boy was, according to an abuse of [...]






Posted: 06 Nov 2013 09:09 PM PST


Born December 29, 1811 Aitona, Lleida, Spain Died 20 March 1872 Tarragona, Spain Beatified April 24, 1988, St. Peter’s Basilica, Vatican City by Pope John Paul II Feast November 7 Attributes He wears a brown priest tunic and a cream robe. Brown is the color attributed to the Carmelites. Discalced [...]






Posted: 06 Nov 2013 09:08 PM PST


Saint Ernest of Mecca Abbot of the abbey of Zwiefalten Died 1148 AD in Mecca Feast November 7 Saint Ernest (died 1148) was the abbot of the Benedictine Zwiefalten Abbey at Zwiefalten, Germany during the 12th century. He participated in the Second Crusade fought by Christians between 1145 and 1149 to regain the [...]






Posted: 06 Nov 2013 09:07 PM PST


St. Willibrord Bishop of Utrecht, Apostle of the Frisians, and son of St. Hilgis, born in Northumbria, 658; died at Echternach, Luxemburg, 7 Nov., 739. Willibrord made his early studies at the Abbey of Ripon near York, as a disciple of St. Wilfrid, and then entered the Benedictine Order. When twenty years old he went [...]






Posted: 06 Nov 2013 09:06 PM PST


Bl. Bernardine of Fossa Of the Order of Friars Minor, historian and ascetical writer, b. at Fossa, in the Diocese of Aquila, Italy, in 1420; d. at Aquila, 27 November, 1503. Blessed Bernardine belonged to the ancient and noble family of the Amici, and sometimes bears the name of Aquilanus on account of his long [...]






Posted: 06 Nov 2013 09:05 PM PST


Four Crowned Martyrs The old guidebooks to the tombs of the Roman martyrs make mention, in connection with the catacomb of Sts. Peter and Marcellinus on the Via Labicana, of the Four Crowned Martyrs (Quatuor Coronati), at whose grave the pilgrims were wont to worship (De Rossi, Roma sotterranea, I, 178-79). One of these itineraries, [...]






Posted: 06 Nov 2013 09:04 PM PST


Saint Tysilio (died 640) was a Welsh bishop, prince and scholar, son of the reigning King of Powys, Brochwel Ysgithrog, maternal nephew of the great Abbot Dunod of Bangor Iscoed and an ecclesiastic who took a prominent part in the affairs of Wales during the distressful period at the opening of the 7th century. Prince [...]






Posted: 06 Nov 2013 09:03 PM PST


St. Willehad Bishop at Bremen, born in Northumberland before 745; died at Blecazze (Blexen) on the Weser, 8 Nov., 789. He was a friend of Alcuin, and probably received his education at York under St. Egbert. After his ordination, with the permission of King Alchred he was sent to Frisia between 765 and 774. He [...]






Posted: 06 Nov 2013 09:02 PM PST


Pope St. Leo I (the Great) Place and date of birth unknown; died 10 November, 461. (Reigned 440-61). Leo's pontificate, next to that of St. Gregory I, is the most significant and important in Christian antiquity. At a time when the Church was experiencing the greatest obstacles to her progress in consequence of the hastening [...]






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