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Nobility Newsletter: "January 13 – This Saint Opposed Bishop Lucifer" and other posts

Nobility Newsletter: "January 13 – This Saint Opposed Bishop Lucifer" and other posts

  • January 13 – This Saint Opposed Bishop Lucifer 
  • Relics of martyred Queen discovered 
  • Abdication doubts 
  • Alba: Military command at the age of sixteen 
  • In the Middle Ages, Law Was Found, Not Made 
  • January 13 – The bold strategic vision of Cluny 
  • January 13 – The Count Who Converted the King 
  • January 14 – Blessed Devasahayam Pillai 
  • January 14 – Matriarch of Saints 
  • January 15 – Most Glorious King Ceolwulp 
  • January 15 – St. Maurus & St. Placidus 

Posted: 12 Jan 2014 09:17 PM PST

St. Hilary of Poitiers Bishop, born in that city at the beginning of the fourth century; died there 1 November, according to the most accredited opinion, or according to the Roman Breviary, on 13 January, 368. Belonging to a noble and very probably pagan family, he was instructed in all the branches of profane learning, [...]

Posted: 12 Jan 2014 09:15 PM PST

According to Live Science: “Shah Abbas I led an army to conquer the Georgian kingdom and took Queen Ketevan as prisoner,” said study co-author Niraj Rai… Queen Ketevan languished in Shiraz, Iran, for about a decade. But in 1624, Shah Abbas asked the queen to convert to Islam from Christianity and join his harem. She [...]

Posted: 12 Jan 2014 09:14 PM PST

According to AFP: Once almost taboo, Spaniards are now talking seriously about a possible abdication by 76-year-old King Juan Carlos as he battles a string of health woes and his youngest daughter fights a corruption scandal. A judge on Tuesday declared the king’s youngest daughter, 48-year-old Cristina, a suspect in alleged tax and money-laundering crimes. [...]

Posted: 12 Jan 2014 09:12 PM PST

War remained the primary concern of the Toledos and therefore of Ferdinand. It was typical of the young Ferdinand's impetuosity that he chose to go on his first military campaign, in 1524, without asking permission of anyone. The frontier fortress of Fuenterrabía was in the hands of the French and of Navarrese rebels. The sixteen [...]

Posted: 12 Jan 2014 09:11 PM PST

At times, unwritten custom was not sufficient; law was needed to take care of more complex situations. All law requires a legislator, an enforcing authority, and recognition by the governed. In this case, the people still made the customs, but custom became law when the ruler fulfilled his role of "finding" rather than making law. [...]

Posted: 12 Jan 2014 09:10 PM PST

Saint Berno of Cluny (c. 850 – 13 January 927) was first abbot of Cluny from its foundation in 910 until he resigned in 925. He was subject only to the pope and began the tradition of the Cluniac reforms which his successors brought to fruition across Europe. Berno was first a monk at St. [...]

Posted: 12 Jan 2014 09:08 PM PST

St. Remigius of Rheims Apostle of the Franks, Archbishop of Rheims, b. at Cerny or Laon, 437; d. at Rheims, 13 January 533. His father was Emile, Count of Laon. He studied literature at Rheims and soon became so noted for learning and sanctity that he was elected Archbishop of Rheims in his twenty-second year. [...]

Posted: 12 Jan 2014 09:07 PM PST

Blessed Devasahayam Pillai Devasahayam Pillai (named Neelakanda Pillai at birth) was born into an affluent Nair-caste family at Nattalam in the present-day Kanyakumari District, on 23 April 1712. His father Vasudevan Namboodiri, hailed from Kayamkulam, in present-day Kerala state, and was working as a priest at Sri Adi Kesava Perumal temple in Thiruvattar in present-day [...]

Posted: 12 Jan 2014 09:06 PM PST

St. Macrina the Elder Our knowledge of the life of the elder Macrina is derived mainly from the testimony of the great Cappadocian Fathers of the Church, her grandchildren: Basil (Ep. 204:7; 223:3), Gregory of Nyssa ("Vita Macrinae Junioris"), and the panegyric of St. Gregory of Nazianzus on St. Basil (Gregory Naz., Oratio 43). She [...]

Posted: 12 Jan 2014 09:05 PM PST

King Ceolwulf (also CEOLWULPH or CEOLULPH) Coelwulf, King of Northumbria and monk of Lindisfarne, date and place of birth not known; died at Lindisfarne, 764. His ancestry is thus given by the "Anglo-Saxon Chronicle": "Ceolwulf was the son of Cutha, Cutha of Cuthwin, Cuthwin of Leoldwald, Leoldwald of Egwald, Egwald of Aldhelm, Aldhelm of Ocga, [...]

Posted: 12 Jan 2014 09:04 PM PST

St. Maurus Deacon, son of Equitius, a nobleman of Rome, but claimed also by Fondi, Gallipoli, Lavello etc.; died 584. Feast, 15 Jan. He is represented as an abbot with crozier, or with book and censer, or holding the weights and measures of food and drink given him by his holy master. He is the [...]

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