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Nobility Newsletter: "In Moral Matters, the Church Has a Right to Intervene in Temporal Society" and other posts

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Nobility Newsletter: "In Moral Matters, the Church Has a Right to Intervene in Temporal Society" and other posts

  • In Moral Matters, the Church Has a Right to Intervene in Temporal Society 
  • Every year, Prince Charles sends these students a Christmas cake 
  • Metternich’s nobility vs. Napoleon’s rudeness 
  • December 30 – Princess, Orphan, Foundress 
  • December 30 – He Preached Sanctity in Marriage and Chastity in Priesthood 
  • December 31 – Ideal Bishop, Skilled Goldsmith 
  • December 31 – The patrician girl who befriended St. Augustine, St. Jerome, and the Empress 
  • January 1 – As bishop, he was harsh to himself, to his clergy, and to any king 
  • January 1 – Cluny produces another hero 
  • January 1 – What is the pedigree of Mary, and where did she grow up? 

Posted: 29 Dec 2013 09:16 PM PST

[T]he Church clearly recognizes as proper to the temporal sphere an enormous range of activities and customs that belong to the natural development of man in society. Among these are the functions of government, the juridical order, the common defense, the mechanics of economy, and the general welfare of the nation. In all matters purely [...]

Posted: 29 Dec 2013 09:15 PM PST

According to The Telegraph: …a magnificent cake…has been delivered to…Crossroads Primary School… The tradition goes back to the Fifties after Prince Charles's grandmother…donated a cake to the pupils of the village school… Since her death in 2002, the tradition has been maintained by the Prince… Last year the cake featured for the first time a [...]

Posted: 29 Dec 2013 09:12 PM PST

The time had come when [Prince Metternich] felt he could confront the Emperor himself at Dresden; he craved an audience and Napoleon granted it. The latter was also impatient to see Metternich and, if possible, tear the mask from the face of this "knave." The interview took place on the 26th of June in the [...]

Posted: 29 Dec 2013 09:10 PM PST

Blessed Margaret Colona Poor Clare, also known as Margarita Colonna, born in Rome, date uncertain; died there, 20 September, 1284. Her father, Prince Odo Colonna, and her mother died in Rome when she was still a young girl, and she was left to the care of her two brothers, the youngest of whom was raised [...]

Posted: 29 Dec 2013 09:09 PM PST

St. Egwin Third Bishop of Worcester; date of birth unknown; d. (according to Mabillon) 20 December, 720, though his death may have occurred three years earlier. His fame as founder of the great Abbey of Evesham no doubt tended to the growth of legends which, though mainly founded on facts, render it difficult to reconcile [...]

Posted: 29 Dec 2013 09:08 PM PST

St. Marius Aventicus (Or AVENTICENSIS) Bishop of Avenches (Switzerland) and chronicler, born about 530 in the present Diocese of Autun; died at Lausanne, 31 December, 594. Of the events of his life little is known. From an inscription on his tomb in the church of St. Thyrsius in Lausanne (published in the “Monumenta Germ. Scriptores”, [...]

Posted: 29 Dec 2013 09:07 PM PST

St. Melania (the Younger) Born at Rome, about 383; died in Jerusalem, 31 December, 439. She was a member of the famous family of Valerii. Her parents were Publicola and Albina, her paternal grandmother of the same name is known as Melania, Senior. Little is known of the saint’s childhood, but after the time of [...]

Posted: 29 Dec 2013 09:06 PM PST

St. Fulgentius (FABIUS CLAUDIUS GORDIANUS FULGENTIUS). Born 468, died 533. Bishop of Ruspe in the province of Byzacene in Africa, eminent among the Fathers of the Church for saintly life, eloquence and theological learning. His grandfather, Gordianus, a senator of Carthage, was despoiled of his possessions by the invader Genseric, and banished to Italy, his [...]

Posted: 29 Dec 2013 09:05 PM PST

St. William Abbot of Saint-Bénigne at Dijon, celebrated Cluniac reformer, born on the Island of Giuglio on Lake Orta near Novara in Piedmont in 962; died at Fecamp, one of his reformed monasteries in Normandy, 1 January 1031. At the age of seven he was brought as an oblate to the Benedictine monastery of Locedia [...]

Posted: 29 Dec 2013 09:04 PM PST

Mary’s Davidic ancestry St. Luke (2:4) says that St. Joseph went from Nazareth to Bethlehem to be enrolled, “because he was of the house and family of David”. As if to exclude all doubt concerning the Davidic descent of Mary, the Evangelist (1:32, 69) states that the child born of Mary without the intervention of [...]

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