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Nobility Newsletter: "Royal Wedding diadem goes on display" and other posts

Nobility Newsletter: "Royal Wedding diadem goes on display" and other posts

  • Royal Wedding diadem goes on display 
  • “Royal Stardust” as Prince William distributes medals to soldiers returning from Afghanistan 
  • St. Elizabeth of Hungary instructs her ladies on Christian charity 
  • Keeping the State Within Its Proper Limits 
  • December 9 – The Immaculate Conception: The Celebration of Privilege 
  • December 9 – The Banker Priest 
  • December 10 – Pope St. Gregory III 
  • December 10 – The First Pope to Live in a Palace 
  • December 11 – Pope Falsely Accused of Adultery 
  • December 11 – Her Name Was “Mother Marvelous” 

Posted: 08 Dec 2013 09:16 PM PST

According to AFP: …the royal diadem worn by Kate Middleton at her wedding [and] hundreds of glimmering treasures go on show this week in a major Paris exhibit…running until February 16 under the famous glass roof of the Grand Palais exhibition hall… Queen Elizabeth II…made available the tiara…which the queen lent to Prince William’s bride [...]

Posted: 08 Dec 2013 09:15 PM PST

According to the News and Diary of the Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall: The Duke of Cambridge has presented medals to members of the Irish Guards who have recently returned from operations in Afghanistan. The Duke, who is Colonel of the regiment, presented operational service medals to soldiers of No. 2 Company, [...]

Posted: 08 Dec 2013 09:12 PM PST

Among the Saints of the Middle Ages there is no one better known or better loved than St. Elizabeth of Hungary. The people used to call her the “dear St. Elizabeth,” because she was so charitable to the poor, and was so kind to all who were in affliction. Of all the works of charity [...]

Posted: 08 Dec 2013 09:11 PM PST

When the State's sovereign power stays within its limits, less force and money are needed to maintain it. There is, for example, little need for huge budgets, since much of this federation of autonomous associations is in private or quasi-private hands. "Perhaps the most striking character of the feudal State was its almost absolute lack [...]

Posted: 08 Dec 2013 09:10 PM PST

Wherefore, in humility and fasting, we unceasingly offered our private prayers as well as the public prayers of the Church to God the Father through his Son, that he would deign to direct and strengthen our mind by the power of the Holy Spirit. In like manner did we implore the help of the entire [...]

Posted: 08 Dec 2013 09:09 PM PST

St. Peter Fourier Known as LE BON PÈRE DE MATTAINCOURT (Good Father of Mattaincourt), born at Mirecourt, Lorraine, 30 Nov., 1565 died at Gray, Haute-Saône, 9 Dec., 1640. At fifteen he was sent to the University of Pont-à-Mousson. His piety and learning led many noble families to ask him to educate their sons. He became [...]

Posted: 08 Dec 2013 09:08 PM PST

Pope St. Gregory III (Reigned 731-741.) Pope St. Gregory III was the son of a Syrian named John. The date of his birth is not known. His reputation for learning and virtue was so great that the Romans elected him pope by acclamation, when he was accompanying the funeral procession of his predecessor, 11 February, [...]

Posted: 08 Dec 2013 09:07 PM PST

Pope St. Miltiades The year of his birth is not known; he was elected pope in either 310 or 311; died 10 or 11 January, 314. After the banishment of Pope Eusebius, the Roman See was vacant for some time, probably because of the complications which has arisen on account of the apostates (lapsi), and [...]

Posted: 08 Dec 2013 09:06 PM PST

Pope St. Damasus I Born about 304; died 11 December, 384. His father, Antonius, was probably a Spaniard; the name of his mother, Laurentia, was not known until quite recently. Damasus seems to have been born at Rome; it is certain that he grew up there in the service of the church of the martyr [...]

Posted: 08 Dec 2013 09:05 PM PST

St. María de las Maravillas de Jesús Pidal y Chico de Guzmán was born in Madrid, Spain, on 4 November 1891. She was the daughter of Luis Pidal y Mon, Marquis of Pidal, and Cristina Chico de Guzmán y Munoz. At the time her father was the Spanish ambassador to the Holy See and she grew [...]

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