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segunda-feira, 11 de novembro de 2013

Nobility Newsletter: "Queen witnesses emotional unexpected reunion" and other posts




Nobility Newsletter: "Queen witnesses emotional unexpected reunion" and other posts



  • Queen witnesses emotional unexpected reunion 
  • November 13 – Grand Master of the Order of Christ 
  • Leading, bourdon souls are found throughout society 
  • November 11 – Patron of Veterans and Soldiers 
  • November 12 – Saint Cunibert 
  • November 12 – Four years in Stalin’s concentration camp 
  • November 12 – Fearless and Bold 
  • November 12 – Kidnapped by the Arabs before they were Muslim, he was ransomed by a bishop and later consulted by the emperor 
  • November 12 – Noble Ruthenian Stock 
  • November 13 – Patroness of missionaries 
  • November 13 – Pure and noble, he received Holy Communion from the hands of angels 
  • November 13 – One of the Great Popes of the Middle Ages 




Posted: 10 Nov 2013 09:15 PM PST


According to BBC News: The Queen…attended…a three-day commemoration of Britain’s war dead. The Queen seemed particularly pleased to witness an emotional reunion… Megan Adams, 10, from Stirling, was not expecting to see her father, Lieutenant Commander Billy Adams, for another three months as he has been serving with the Royal Navy in the Seychelles as [...]






Posted: 10 Nov 2013 09:12 PM PST


Prince Henry the Navigator Born 4 March, 1394; died 13 November, 1460; he was the fourth son of John I, King of Portugal, by Queen Philippa, a daughter of John of Gaunt. In 1415 he commanded the expedition which captured Ceuta, Portugal's first oversea conquest, and there won his knightly spurs. Three years later he [...]






Posted: 10 Nov 2013 09:11 PM PST


Bourdon souls naturally arise and are found all over society. Their role does not necessarily depend upon great virtue or high office. Sometimes through their capacity to influence others, people without any public office or status are able to perceive the model that Providence wants for a family, town, or region and can inspire others [...]






Posted: 10 Nov 2013 09:10 PM PST


St. Martin of Tours Bishop; born at Sabaria (today Steinamanger in German, or Szombathely in Hungarian), Pannonia (Hungary), about 316; died at Candes, Touraine, most probably in 397. In his early years, when his father, a military tribune, was transferred to Pavia in Italy, Martin accompanied him thither, and when he reached adolescence was, in [...]






Posted: 10 Nov 2013 09:09 PM PST


Saint Cunibert (also Cunipert, or Kunibert) (c. 600 – 12 November c. 663) was the ninth Bishop of Cologne from 627 to his death. Contemporary sources only mention him between 627 and 643. Cunibert (also spelled ‘Honoberht’) was born somewhere along the Moselle to a family of the local Ripuarian Frankish aristocracy. He entered the church [...]






Posted: 10 Nov 2013 09:08 PM PST


Blessed Hryhorij Lakota Ukrainian Greek-Catholic Church auxiliary bishop who suffered religious persecution and was martyred by the Soviet Government. Hryhorij Lakota was born 31 January 1893 in Holodivka, Lviv Oblast. He was appointed auxiliary bishop of Przemyśl on 16 May 1926. On 9 June 1946, he was arrested and sentenced to ten years imprisonment, as [...]






Posted: 10 Nov 2013 09:07 PM PST


St. Lebwin (LEBUINUS or LIAFWIN). Apostle of the Frisians and patron of Deventer, b. in England of Anglo-Saxon parents at an unknown date; d. at Deventer, Holland, about 770. Educated in a monastery and fired by the example of St. Boniface, St. Willibrord, and other great English missionaries, Lebwin resolved to dovote his life to [...]






Posted: 10 Nov 2013 09:06 PM PST


St. Nilus (Neilos) Nilus the elder, of Sinai (died circa 430), was one of the many disciples and fervent defenders of St. John Chrysostom. We know him first as a layman, married, with two sons. At this time he was an officer at the Court of Constantinople, and is said to have been one of [...]






Posted: 10 Nov 2013 09:05 PM PST


St. Josaphat Kuncevyc Martyr, born in the little town of Volodymyr in Lithuania (Volyn) in 1580 or — according to some writers — 1584; died at Vitebsk, Russia, 12 November, 1623. The saint’s birth occurred in a gloomy period for the Ruthenian Church. Even as early as the beginning of the sixteenth century the Florentine [...]






Posted: 10 Nov 2013 09:04 PM PST


St. Frances Xavier Cabrini, M.S.C. Also called Mother Cabrini, she founded the Missionary Sisters of the Sacred Heart, a religious institute which was a major support to the Italian immigrants to the United States. She was the first citizen of the United States to be canonized by the Catholic Church. She was born in Sant’Angelo [...]






Posted: 10 Nov 2013 09:03 PM PST


St. Stanislas Kostka Born at Rostkovo near Prasnysz, Poland, about 28 October, 1550; died at Rome during the night of 14-15 August, 1568. He entered the Society of Jesus at Rome, 28 October, 1567, and is said to have foretold his death a few days before it occurred. His father, John Kostka, was a senator [...]






Posted: 10 Nov 2013 09:01 PM PST


Pope St. Nicholas I Born at Rome, date unknown; died 13 November, 867; one of the great popes of the Middle Ages, who exerted decisive influence upon the historical development of the papacy and its position among the Christian nations of Western Europe. He was of a distinguished family, being the son of the Defensor [...]






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