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Nobility Newsletter: "Our Christmas gift to you" and other posts

Nobility Newsletter: "Our Christmas gift to you" and other posts

  • Our Christmas gift to you 
  • Royal backing sells British goods 
  • Parts of Imperial Palace will allow public visitors for the first time 
  • Alfred the Great saves and adopts an abandoned, newborn babe 
  • The Role of the Church in Society 
  • December 19 – How Tumultuous Times Reveal Noble Souls 
  • December 21 – Doctor of the Church & Second Apostle of Germany 
  • December 22 – “I swear by St. Eimhin’s bell…” 

Posted: 18 Dec 2013 09:16 PM PST

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Posted: 18 Dec 2013 09:15 PM PST

According to AFP: Royal Warrants are granted to people or companies who regularly supply goods for a minimum of five consecutive years to Queen Elizabeth…. Companies with warrants…feature the coat of arms..on their packaging… “The Royal Warrant is…especially valued in…the Middle East, Far East, US and Commonwealth countries,” said Richard Peck, secretary of the Royal [...]

Posted: 18 Dec 2013 09:14 PM PST

According to The Wall Street Journal: To mark the 80th birthday of Emperor Akihito on Dec. 23, the Imperial Household Agency will for the first time offer special visits to sections of the Imperial Palace that are normally off limits to the public. A total of 600 visitors will get the opportunity to visit the [...]

Posted: 18 Dec 2013 09:12 PM PST

Alfred the Great was one day hunting along with a large company of his nobles. Suddenly there fell upon their ears a sound like the crying of a little child, which seemed to come from the top of a high rock not far distant. The King ordered one of his attendants to go and see [...]

Posted: 18 Dec 2013 09:11 PM PST

Upon defining the State as a structure at the heart and soul of economy, we do not hesitate to address the essential role of the Church in this organic order. From our avowedly Catholic perspective, it is natural that we will refer specifically to the role of the Catholic Church. This is all the more [...]

Posted: 18 Dec 2013 09:10 PM PST

Pope Blessed Urban V Guillaume de Grimoard, born at Grisac in Languedoc, 1310; died at Avignon, 19 December, 1370. Born of a knightly family, he was educated at Montpellier and Toulouse, and became a Benedictine monk at the little priory of Chirac near his home. A Bull of 1363 informs us that he was professed [...]

Posted: 18 Dec 2013 09:09 PM PST

St. Peter Canisius Born at Nimwegen in the Netherlands, 8 May, 1521; died in Fribourg, 21 November, 1597. His father was the wealthy burgomaster, Jacob Canisius; his mother, Ægidia van Houweningen, died shortly after Peter's birth. In 1536 Peter was sent to Cologne, where he studied arts, civil law, and theology at the university; he [...]

Posted: 18 Dec 2013 09:08 PM PST

Abbot and Bishop of Ros-mic-Truin (Ireland), probably in the sixth century. He came of the royal race of Munster, and was brother of two other saints, Culain and Dairmid. Of the early part of his religious life little is known. When he became abbot of the monastery of Ros-mic-Truin, in succession to its founder, St. [...]

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