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Nobility Newsletter: "How does a King unite three peoples and three languages? …With much prayer" and other posts

Nobility Newsletter: "How does a King unite three peoples and three languages? …With much prayer" and other posts

  • How does a King unite three peoples and three languages? …With much prayer 
  • Jirón: Heroism gives rise to a family name 
  • Calling forth our heroes 
  • November 18 – He Started the Cluniac Reform 
  • November 19 – St. Nerses I, Bishop of Armenia, Martyr 
  • November 19 – The Pope Who Resigned 
  • November 19 – Teacher, Engineer, Army Officer, Prisoner of War, Royal Tutor, and Priest 
  • November 20 – Queen Elizabeth II Wedding Anniversary 
  • November 20 – St. Edmund the Martyr 

Posted: 17 Nov 2013 09:15 PM PST

According to Expatica: King’s Day traditionally includes a Te Deum mass… The celebration takes place in the Saint Michael and Saint Goedele cathedral in central Brussels… …the retired King Albert and his wife Queen Paola attended the mass… In his address, the Arch Bishop…talked about the role that King Filip will play, claiming the king [...]

Posted: 17 Nov 2013 09:12 PM PST

In the battle of La Sagra, in 1086, Afonso VI of Castile was lightly wounded, but his horse was killed. With the king in this great peril, a knight dismounted and offered the sovereign his horse. The king mounted and continued the fight. The knight, however, had cut a small piece of the royal mantle. [...]

Posted: 17 Nov 2013 09:11 PM PST

Such simple measures will prepare the climate for our representative characters—some who are remnants of traditional elites embedded in our own communities, others still to come from the ranks of society—to step forth and help harmonize our nation and improvise with the elements at hand to provide organic solutions. If our society is coming apart, [...]

Posted: 17 Nov 2013 09:10 PM PST

St. Odo of Cluny Odo was born in 879 in Maine, and was the son of a pious and surprisingly learned layman, Abbo. Though vowed by his father to St. Martin in babyhood, he was given a military training and became a page at the court of Duke William. But the exercises of war and [...]

Posted: 17 Nov 2013 09:09 PM PST

Nerses I Armenian patriarch, surnamed “the Great”. Died 373. Born of the royal stock, he spent his youth in Caesarea where he married Sanducht, a Mamikonian princess. After the death of his wife, he was appointed chamberlain to King Arshak of Armenia. A few years later, having entered the ecclesiastical state, he was elected catholicos, [...]

Posted: 17 Nov 2013 09:08 PM PST

Pope St. Pontian Dates of birth and death unknown. The “Liber Pontificalis” (ed. Duchesne, I, 145) gives Rome as his native city and calls his father Calpurnius. With him begins the brief chronicle of the Roman bishops of the third century, of which the author of the Liberian Catalogue of the popes made use in [...]

Posted: 17 Nov 2013 09:07 PM PST

St. Raphael Kalinowski, O.C.D. (1835-1907) [Also known as Father Raphael of St. Joseph, O.C.D] Father Raphael of Saint Joseph Kalinowski, was born at Vilna, 1st September 1835, and at baptism received the name Joseph. Under the teaching of his father Andrew, at the Institute for Nobles at Vilna, he progressed so well that he received [...]

Posted: 17 Nov 2013 09:06 PM PST

Posted: 17 Nov 2013 09:05 PM PST

St. Edmund the Martyr King of East Anglia, born about 840; died at Hoxne, Suffolk, November 20, 870. The earliest and most reliable accounts represent St. Edmund as descended from the preceding kings of East Anglia, though, according to later legends, he was born at Nuremberg (Germany), son to an otherwise unknown King Alcmund of [...]

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