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Nobility Newsletter: "Baptism of HIRH Archduchess Maria-Stella – Photograph" and other posts




Nobility Newsletter: "Baptism of HIRH Archduchess Maria-Stella – Photograph" and other posts



  • Baptism of HIRH Archduchess Maria-Stella – Photograph 
  • The Prophet Daniel warns King Baltassar that he will die 
  • Liberal Antagonism for the Harmony Between Church and State 
  • January 9 – Blessed Tommaso Reggio 
  • January 10 – Doge of Venice and Saint of Heaven 
  • January 10 – Patient to the Penitent, Inflexible to the Impenitent 
  • January 12 – “The English Saint Bernard” 
  • January 12 – He promoted the use of stained glass 
  • January 11 – Wounded in a duel 




Posted: 08 Jan 2014 09:16 PM PST


The baptism took place in the parish church of Fischbach in the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg. Source: Cour Grand-Ducal de Luxembourg ___________________ Also of interest: Baby daughter born to Archduke Imre Archduke Imre of Austria marries in Washington, DC






Posted: 08 Jan 2014 09:12 PM PST


King Baltassar gave a great feast to a thousand of the great men of his kingdom. He commanded for this feast that all the gold and silver vessels which his father Nabuchodonosor had taken from the Temple of Jerusalem, should be placed upon the table, that out of them his wives and his evil friends [...]






Posted: 08 Jan 2014 09:11 PM PST


Someone might object that such a happy concord is not possible given the history of our secular State. To this, we would reply that we find vague echoes of a desire for concord in the writings of the Founding Fathers who, despite their personal beliefs (heavily influenced by deism and the Enlightenment), understood the indispensable [...]






Posted: 08 Jan 2014 09:10 PM PST


Blessed Tommaso Reggio Bl. Tommaso Reggio was born in Genoa, Italy, on 9 January 1818 to the Marquis of Reggio and Angela Pareto. He had a comfortable upbringing which gave him a solid Christian and cultural background and assured him of a brilliant career. However, at the age of 20 he decided to become a [...]






Posted: 08 Jan 2014 09:09 PM PST


St. Peter Urseolus (Orseolo) Born at Rivo alto, Province of Udina, 928; at Cuxa, 10 January, 987 (997 is less probable). Sprung from the wealthy and noble Venetian family, the Orseoli, Peter led from his youth an earnest Christian life. In the service of the republic, he distinguished himself in naval battles against the pirates. [...]






Posted: 08 Jan 2014 09:08 PM PST


St. William, Confessor, Archbishop of Bourges (c. 1155 – January 10, 1209) William Berruyer, of the illustrious family of the ancient counts of Nevers, was educated by Peter the hermit, archdeacon of Soissons, his uncle by the mother's side. He learned from his infancy to despise the folly and emptiness of the riches and grandeur [...]






Posted: 08 Jan 2014 09:07 PM PST


St. Aelred Abbot of Rievaulx, homilist and historian (1109-66). St. Aelred, whose name is also written Ailred, Æthelred, and Ethelred, was the son of one of those married priests of whom many were found in England in the eleventh and twelfth centuries. He was born at Hexham, but at an early age made the acquaintance [...]






Posted: 08 Jan 2014 09:07 PM PST


St. Benedict Biscop An English monastic founder, born of a noble Anglo-Saxon family, c. 628; died 12 January 690. He spent his youth at the court of the Northumbrian King Oswy. When twenty-five years old, he made the first of his five pilgrimages to Rome. On his return to England, Benedict introduced, whenever he could, [...]






Posted: 08 Jan 2014 09:07 PM PST


Blessed Bernard Scammacca, O.P. He was born in 1430 to a noble family of Catania, Sicily and given the name Anthony. As was typical of young men at that time, he fought duels. In one of them, his leg was badly wounded. As Anthony convalesced, he had time to think about his life and his [...]






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