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Nobility Newsletter: "As we continue to sink, hereditary elites look better and better" and other posts

Nobility Newsletter: "As we continue to sink, hereditary elites look better and better" and other posts

  • As we continue to sink, hereditary elites look better and better 
  • Philip II’s admirable reaction to the defeat of the Invincible Armada 
  • January 17 – Scanderbeg: the hero of Christendom 
  • Medieval Representative Government and the Sanctioning of Law 
  • January 17 – Sister of the Grand Master of Malta 
  • January 18 – St. Margaret of Hungary 
  • January 19 – Archbishop Senator of the Spanish Kingdom 
  • January 19 – Noble martyrs of Persia 
  • January 19 – Saintly King 

Posted: 15 Jan 2014 09:16 PM PST

According to The New York Times: How do you translate the poetry of high aspiration into the prose of effective governance? This is the common problem today. Practical knowledge is hard to see, but it is embedded in traditions of behavior. It is embedded in the lives of older legislators and public servants, and it [...]

Posted: 15 Jan 2014 09:12 PM PST

[I]t was not the English, but the elements that broke the morale of the Invincible Armada and scattered over a thousand miles of sea the timbers of the best ships and the bones of the bravest men of Spain…. Altogether about sixty per cent of the Armada came home; but less than half the men. [...]

Posted: 15 Jan 2014 09:11 PM PST

In a history, where so much is spoken of the regions, from whence the miraculous Image of Our Lady of Good Counsel came, it will be of great use to take a brief glance at the once entirely Catholic nation in which it so long remained, and at the great client of its Sanctuary in [...]

Posted: 15 Jan 2014 09:11 PM PST

The ruler was obliged to "find" law, give it his sanction, and enforce that law that came from time immemorial. The law did not belong to him. To aid in this discovery process, he had to seek the assent of those affected; he often was bound to have recourse to assemblies or councilors. As a [...]

Posted: 15 Jan 2014 09:10 PM PST

St. Roseline of Villeneuve (or Rossolina.) Having overcome her father's opposition Roseline became a Carthusian nun at Bertaud in the Alps of Dauphiné. Her "consecration" took place in 1288, and about 1330 she succeeded her aunt, Blessed Jeanne or Diane de Villeneuve, as Prioress of Celle-Robaud in the Diocese of Fréjus near her home. In [...]

Posted: 15 Jan 2014 09:09 PM PST

St. Margaret of Hungary Daughter of King Bela I of Hungary and his wife Marie Laskaris, born 1242; died 18 Jan., 1271. According to a vow which her parents made when Hungary was liberated from the Tatars that their next child should be dedicated to religion, Margaret, in 1245 entered the Dominican Convent of Veszprem. [...]

Posted: 15 Jan 2014 09:08 PM PST

Blessed Marcelo Rafael José María de los Dolores Hilario Spinola y Maestre, Archbishop of Seville born: 14 January 1835. died 20 January 1906 Marcelo Spínola was born on the island of San Fernando, Cádiz Province. His parents were Juan Spínola y Osorno, Marquis of Spínola and Antonia Maestre y Osorno; they had eight children, of [...]

Posted: 15 Jan 2014 09:07 PM PST

Sts. Maris, Martha, Audifax, and Abachum All martyred at Rome in 270. Maris and his wife Martha, who belonged to the Persian nobility, came to Rome with their children in the reign of Emperor Claudius II. As zealous Christians, they sympathized with and succoured the persecuted faithful, and buried the bodies of the slain. This [...]

Posted: 15 Jan 2014 09:06 PM PST

St. Canute IV Elected king on the death of his brother Harold about 1080, he waged war on his barbarous enemies and brought Courland and Livonia to the faith. Having married Eltha, daughter of Robert, Count of Flanders, he had a son Charles, surnamed the good. He was a strong ruler, as is proved by [...]

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