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Nobility Newsletter: "December 12 – Guadalupe: She Who Smashes the Serpent" and other posts

Nobility Newsletter: "December 12 – Guadalupe: She Who Smashes the Serpent" and other posts

  • December 12 – Guadalupe: She Who Smashes the Serpent 
  • Bad elites hastened the fall of Constantinople 
  • Representative Figures and the State 
  • December 13 – Elected Pope to Fight the Emperor 
  • December 13 – The Grandmother of the Marquise de Sévigné 
  • December 13 – St. Odilia 
  • Saint Lucy candle ceremony video and recipes 
  • December 13 – St. Lucy: Venerated From Time Immemorial 

Posted: 11 Dec 2013 09:13 PM PST

by Cesar Franco Pope Pius XII gave Our Lady of Guadalupe the title of "Empress of the Americas" in 1945. Since December 12 is the feast of Our Lady of Guadalupe, this is a propitious moment to recall how She reigns over our nation from Heaven, protecting and guiding us with Motherly solicitude and tenderness. [...]

Posted: 11 Dec 2013 09:12 PM PST

Resolved to defend the capital unto the very last breath, Constantine [XII] searched for help on all sides. He first turned his gaze to Rome. Shortly before his death, the Emperor John had distanced himself from unity with the Catholic Church. Constantine implored Pope Nicholas V for assistance and offered to bring about this Union [...]

Posted: 11 Dec 2013 09:11 PM PST

[T]here is little need for big government in the organic State since shared authority is expressed everywhere. In such an atmosphere, representative figures at all social levels play their important role. In fact, this model of the State relies much more on human relationships than on money contracts. It governs more by influence than by [...]

Posted: 11 Dec 2013 09:09 PM PST

Pope Callistus II Date of birth unknown; died 13 December, 1124. His reign, beginning 1 February, 1119, is signalized by the termination of the Investiture controversy which, begun in the time of Gregory VII, had raged with almost unabated bitterness during the last quarter of the eleventh century and the opening years of the twelfth. [...]

Posted: 11 Dec 2013 09:08 PM PST

St. Jane Frances de Chantal Born at Dijon, France, 28 January, 1572; died at the Visitation Convent Moulins, 13 December, 1641. Her father was president of the Parliament of Burgundy, and leader of the royalist party during the League that brought about the triumph of the cause of Henry IV. In 1592 she married Baron [...]

Posted: 11 Dec 2013 09:07 PM PST

St. Odilia Patroness of Alsace, born at the end of the seventh century; died about 720. According to a trustworthy statement, apparently taken from an earlier life, she was the daughter of the Frankish lord Adalrich (Aticus, Etik) and his wife Bereswinda, who had large estates in Alsace. She founded the convent of Hohenburg (Odilienberg) [...]

Posted: 11 Dec 2013 09:06 PM PST

Saint Lucy Day and Saint Lucy Buns Sadly, Scandinavia joined the Protestant Reformation in the 16th century and thus lost that link with the Papacy forged in 960 with the baptism of Harald "Bluetooth" Gormsson, king of Denmark and Norway. With Protestantism, devotion to most saints was abandoned, but among the few that [...]

Posted: 11 Dec 2013 09:06 PM PST

St. Lucy A virgin and martyr of Syracuse in Sicily, whose feast is celebrated by Latins and Greeks alike on 13 Dec. According to the traditional story, she was born of rich and noble parents about the year 283. Her father was of Roman origin, but his early death left her dependent upon her mother, [...]

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