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segunda-feira, 2 de dezembro de 2013

Nobility Newsletter: "Little Prince George – the most popular search item on Yahoo" and other posts




Nobility Newsletter: "Little Prince George – the most popular search item on Yahoo" and other posts



  • Little Prince George – the most popular search item on Yahoo 
  • Secularists on the attack in royal and Catholic Luxembourg 
  • Queen Elizabeth to preside over D-Day 70th in France 
  • The Colonel who would not defend his King 
  • The State Should Respect Regional Customs, Traditions, and Self-Government 
  • December 2 – Cause of Our Joy 
  • December 3 – St. Francis Xavier, Apostle of the Indies 
  • December 4 – From a Muslim court, he opposed the Christian Emperor…and won! 
  • December 4 – Saint Osmund, founder of the Cathedral system of Church governance 




Posted: 02 Dec 2013 12:58 PM PST


2013 was half gone when little Prince George was born to the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge. Nevertheless, he still made #1. He was Yahoo’s most popular search item He was more popular than the Wimbledon champion, Andy Murray, the prices for homes, Nelson Mandela, iPhone or Kindle. He also beat his mother, the Duchess [...]






Posted: 02 Dec 2013 12:28 PM PST


According to Wort.lu: Luxembourg government "formateur" Xavier Bettel on Tuesday evening met Grand Duke Henri… The coalition partners had suggested earlier this week that Luxembourg’s national day should be celebrated with a secular ceremony, rather than the official “Te Deum”, traditionally held on the morning of June 23 at the Notre Dame Cathedral…. At the [...]






Posted: 02 Dec 2013 12:23 PM PST


According to the Telegraph: France will honour Britain’s role in D-Day by inviting the Queen to preside over the main international ceremony for the 70th anniversary of the Normandy landings on Sword beach, according to plans disclosed on Wednesday. Government sources in Paris said that some 16 heads of state would be invited, including the Queen and US [...]






Posted: 01 Dec 2013 09:12 PM PST


There was once a young Colonel in the army who owed his promotion to the goodwill of his Sovereign. A short time before he had been raised to that rank, there had been a war between his country and one of the other kingdoms of Europe; but it was now at an end, and there [...]






Posted: 01 Dec 2013 09:11 PM PST


Our proposal of a State is one where the principle of subsidiarity is practiced to a high degree. As a result, the State respects individual social units oriented towards the common good and recognizes certain rights, functions, and privileges that allow them their own autonomy, or even quasi-sovereign rights. Thus each region develops its own [...]






Posted: 01 Dec 2013 09:10 PM PST


Our Lady of Joy (aka Notre Dame de Liesse, or Causa Nostrae Laetitiae) In 1134 three Knights of the Order of Saint John of Jerusalem, prisoners of the Muslims in Egypt, miraculously found or received in their prison a statue of Our Lady, which they named Our Lady of Joy, or Notre Dame de Liesse. [...]






Posted: 01 Dec 2013 09:09 PM PST


St. Francis Xavier Born in the Castle of Xavier near Sanguesa, in Navarre, 7 April, 1506; died on the Island of Sancian near the coast of China, 2 December, 1552. In 1525, having completed a preliminary course of studies in his own country, Francis Xavier went to Paris, where he entered the collège de Sainte-Barbe. [...]






Posted: 01 Dec 2013 09:08 PM PST


St. John Damascene Born at Damascus, about 676; died some time between 754 and 787. The only extant life of the saint is that by John, Patriarch of Jerusalem, which dates from the tenth century (P.G. XCIV, 429-90). This life is the single source from which have been drawn the materials of all his biographical [...]






Posted: 01 Dec 2013 09:07 PM PST


Saint Osmund Bishop of Salisbury, died 1099; his feast is kept on 4 December. Osmund held an exalted position in Normandy, his native land, and according to a late fifteenth-century document was the son of Henry, Count of Séez, and Isabella, daughter of Robert, Duke of Normandy, who was the father of William the Conqueror [...]






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