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Nobility Newsletter: "Who Carries the Longest Sword in the British Army?" and other posts

Nobility Newsletter: "Who Carries the Longest Sword in the British Army?" and other posts

  • Who Carries the Longest Sword in the British Army? 
  • Former Government Official: Queen Elizabeth Does Not Represent New Zealand Interests 
  • An elite American lady’s sublime attraction to the Catholic Church 
  • Leaders are called to higher virtue 
  • St. Hubert, patron of the hunt and some liqueurs 
  • November 4 – Fearless and Faithful, He Reformed the Church 
  • November 6 – Duchess d’Alençon 
  • November 6 – St. Winnoc 

Posted: 03 Nov 2013 09:16 PM PST

According to Pooley Sword: Because British cavalry officers always led their men from the front, the officer’s charger was the most imposing horse on the battlefield – a larger, more powerful animal than the ordinary trooper's horse. This called for a weapon of comparable dimensions, and the Household Cavalry Officer's sword is the longest in [...]

Posted: 03 Nov 2013 09:15 PM PST

According to Royalty News: Peter Hamilton, former secretary of Foreign Affairs and Trade, spoke out at the NZ Republican Movement's annual meeting…, saying his 35 year career had brought home the missed opportunities caused by having the Queen as the country's titular head… Mr Hamilton also said that when he was invited, during his time [...]

Posted: 03 Nov 2013 09:12 PM PST

My sister, Mimoli Crawford, had several times in her life wanted to become a Catholic. My mother had always done her best to prevent it. I remember at one time Mimoli wrote her a long letter with a list of "plain reasons for joining the Church of Rome." My mother had an old friend, an [...]

Posted: 03 Nov 2013 09:11 PM PST

For these [leadership] characters to be truly representative, they cannot be just good administrators. They must practice not only common virtue but the extraordinary valor found in those who sacrifice for the common good. It is especially found in those who love their neighbor for the love of God when practicing Christian charity. We might [...]

Posted: 03 Nov 2013 09:10 PM PST

As the pleasure-loving firstborn son of the Duke of Aquitaine, Hubert loved the chase. Little did he realize though, that God would use his favorite pastime to bring about his spiritual conversion. He was hot in the pursuit of a noble stag when, upon reaching a forest clearing, it turned and faced him. Suspended in [...]

Posted: 03 Nov 2013 09:09 PM PST

St. Charles Borromeo Archbishop of Milan, Cardinal-Priest of the Title of St. Prassede, Papal Secretary of State under Pius IV, and one of the chief factors in the Catholic Counter-Reformation , was born in the Castle of Arona, a town on the southern shore of the Lago Maggiore in northern Italy, 2 October, 1538; died [...]

Posted: 03 Nov 2013 09:08 PM PST

Blessed Margaret of Lorraine Duchess d'Alencon, religious of the order of Poor Clares, born in 1463 at the castle of Vaudémont (Lorraine); died at Argentan (Brittany) 2 November, 1521. The daughter of Ferri de Vaudimont and of Yolande d'Anjou, little Margaret became an orphan at an early age and was brought up at Aix-en-Provençe, by [...]

Posted: 03 Nov 2013 09:07 PM PST

St. Winnoc Abbot or Prior or Wormhoult, died 716 or 717. Three lives of this saint are extant: the best of these, the first life, was written by a monk of St. Bertin in the middle of the ninth century, or perhaps a century earlier. St. Winnoc is generally called a Breton, but the Bollandist [...]

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