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Nobility Newsletter: "El Cid demands an oath from King Alfonso prior to giving his allegiance" and other posts

Nobility Newsletter: "El Cid demands an oath from King Alfonso prior to giving his allegiance" and other posts

  • El Cid demands an oath from King Alfonso prior to giving his allegiance 
  • Countering libertarian distaste for the State 
  • November 21 – St. Albert 
  • November 22 – The Eternal Glory of the Caecilia Family 
  • November 23 – St. Trudo 
  • November 23 – Blessed Margaret of Savoy 
  • November 24 – Saint Joseph Mary Pignatelli, S.J. 
  • November 24 – Is Christ King, or is He President? 

Posted: 20 Nov 2013 09:12 PM PST

[E]ven Rodrigo's heroism [Rodrigo Diaz de Vivar, known as el Cid] could not save King Sancho from the fate that awaited him at Zamora. On October 7, a knight named Vellido Adolfo snuck into Sancho's camp and killed him with a lance. This treacherous act was an eerie repetition of the death that had met [...]

Posted: 20 Nov 2013 09:11 PM PST

It might seem strange that in a time when all speak out against crushing and intrusive big government that we might propose the State, although a Christian one, as a part of our organic remedy. Popular wisdom has decreed that "the State is the problem, not the solution." At most, some claim, we must tolerate [...]

Posted: 20 Nov 2013 09:10 PM PST

St. Albert Cardinal, Bishop of Liège, died 1192 or 1193. He was a son of Godfrey III, Count of Louvain, and brother of Henry I, Duke of Lorraine and Brabant, and was chosen Bishop of Liège in 1191 by the suffrages of both people and chapter. The Emperor Henry VI violently intruded his own venal [...]

Posted: 20 Nov 2013 09:09 PM PST

St. Cecilia Virgin and martyr, patroness of church music, died at Rome. This saint, so often glorified in the fine arts and in poetry, is one of the most venerated martyrs of Christian antiquity. The oldest historical account of St. Cecilia is found in the "Martyrologium Hieronymianum"; from this it is evident that her feast [...]

Posted: 20 Nov 2013 09:08 PM PST

St. Trudo (also called TRON, TROND, TRUDON, TRUTJEN, TRUYEN). Apostle of Hasbein in Brabant; died 698 (or perhaps 693). Feast 23 November. He was the son of Blessed Adela of the family of the dukes of Austrasia. Devoted from his earliest youth to the service of God, Trudo came to St. Remaclus, Bishop of Liège [...]

Posted: 20 Nov 2013 09:07 PM PST

Bl. Margaret of Savoy Marchioness of Montferrat, born at Pignerol in 1382; died at Alba, 23 November, 1464. She was the only daughter of Louis of Savoy, Prince of Achaia, and of Bonne, daughter of Amadeus VI, Count of Savoy, and was given in marriage in 1403 to Theodore, Marquis of Montferrat, a descendant of [...]

Posted: 20 Nov 2013 09:05 PM PST

(also known as St. Giuseppe Maria Pignatelli) Born 27 December, 1737, in Saragossa, Spain; died 11 November, 1811. His family was of Neapolitan descent and noble lineage. After finishing his early studies in the Jesuit College of Saragossa, he entered the Society of Jesus (8 May, 1753) notwithstanding his family’s opposition. On concluding his ecclesiastical [...]

Posted: 20 Nov 2013 09:04 PM PST

A heavenly King above all, but a King whose government is already exercised in this world. A King who by right possesses the supreme and full authority. The King makes laws, commands and judges. His sovereignty becomes effective when his subjects recognize his rights, and obey his laws. “Jesus Christ has rights over us all: [...]

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