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Nobility Newsletter: "Little Prince George is Briton of the Year: Tradition and continuity" and other posts

Nobility Newsletter: "Little Prince George is Briton of the Year: Tradition and continuity" and other posts

  • Little Prince George is Briton of the Year: Tradition and continuity 
  • Queen appoints Earl of Home as Knight of the Thistle 
  • Queen Margrethe II of Denmark holds New Year’s levees 
  • Frederick of Prussia is rebuked by the General of his Hussars, a Catholic 
  • The Church Is Part of the Heart and Soul of Economy 
  • January 2 – The Infant of Prague 
  • January 2 – St. Basil the Great 
  • January 3 – Saint Joseph Mary Tomasi 
  • January 3 – They called him the “Archangel” 
  • January 3 – The saint who twice saved Paris 
  • January 4 – American Aristrocratic Saint 
  • How a hero faces death 
  • Epiphany – When the Kingship of Christ Is Made Manifest to the Pagan World 

Posted: 02 Jan 2014 07:57 AM PST

According to The Telegraph: This newspaper chose, as its Briton of the Year for 2013, a child celebrating his first Christmas – one yet to make a mark on the world, and unaware of his destiny. Yet Prince George, born in July, will one day – God willing – be King and head of state. [...]

Posted: 02 Jan 2014 07:30 AM PST

According to the Berwick Advertiser: The Earl of Home…has been awarded the highest honor in Scotland by the Queen. David Alexander Cospatrick Douglas-Home has been appointed a Knight of the Most Ancient and Most Noble Order of the Thistle in the New Year's Honours. One the highest orders of chivalry, it is a personal gift [...]

Posted: 02 Jan 2014 07:16 AM PST

According to the Danish Monarchy website: In keeping with tradition, The Queen and The Prince Consort hold New Year's levees at Amalienborg and Christiansborg Palace, respectively, at the beginning of the New Year. For centuries, the Royal Danish House and Danes have wished each other a Happy New Year…. The origin of the contemporary New [...]

Posted: 01 Jan 2014 09:12 PM PST

When the Seven Years War was ended, the great General Zeithen became one of Frederick of Prussia's greatest favorites. He was often invited to dine at the royal table, and always occupied the place of honor at the King s right hand, unless there happened to be some Prince of the royal blood present. Now [...]

Posted: 01 Jan 2014 09:11 PM PST

It is in these shared areas [link to previous post] that the Church becomes a most important part of the heart and soul of economy. By safeguarding the moral law, the Church provides immeasurable social capital for the free practice of commerce. Her charity binds men together in a higher union hindering them from following [...]

Posted: 01 Jan 2014 09:11 PM PST

Its earliest history can be traced back to Prague in the year 1628 when the small, 19-inch high, wooden and coated wax statue of the Infant Jesus was given by Princess Polyxena von Lobkowicz (1566–1642) to the Discalced Carmelites, to whom she had become greatly attached. The princess had received the statue as a wedding [...]

Posted: 01 Jan 2014 09:10 PM PST

St. Basil the Great Bishop of Caesarea, and one of the most distinguished Doctors of the Church. Born probably 329; died 1 January, 379. He ranks after Athanasius as a defender of the Oriental Church against the heresies of the fourth century. With his friend Gregory of Nazianzus and his brother Gregory of Nyssa, he [...]

Posted: 01 Jan 2014 09:09 PM PST

Saint Joseph Mary Tomasi The very eminent servant of God Joseph Mary Tomasi, Cardinal, whom Pope Pius VII decorated with the honors of the Blessed in 1803, and whom today the Supreme Pontiff John Paul II ascribes solemnly in the book of the Saints, was born at Licata, in Sicily, the Diocese of Agrigento, on [...]

Posted: 01 Jan 2014 09:08 PM PST

St. Odilo Fifth Abbot of Cluny, born c. 962; died 31 December, 1048. He was descended from the nobility of Auvergne. He early became a cleric in the seminary of St. Julien in Brioude. In 991 he entered Clunyand before the end of his year of probation was made coadjutor to Abbot Mayeul, and shortly [...]

Posted: 01 Jan 2014 09:07 PM PST

St. Genevieve Patroness of Paris, born at Nanterre, circa 419 or 422; died at Paris, 512. Her feast is kept on 3 January. She was the daughter of Severus and Gerontia; popular tradition represents her parents as poor peasants, though it seems more likely that they were wealthy and respectable townspeople. In 429 St. Germain [...]

Posted: 01 Jan 2014 09:06 PM PST

St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Foundress and first superior of the Sisters of Charity in the United States, born in New York City, 28 Aug., 1774, of non-Catholic parents of high position; died at Emmitsburg, Maryland, 4 Jan., 1821. Her father, Dr. Richard Bayley (born in Connecticut and educated in England), was the first professor of [...]

Posted: 01 Jan 2014 09:05 PM PST

Death of the Vendean generalissimo Maurice d'Elbee [Charette] was far away on his road to Noirmoutiers. During his absence in Anjou, General Haxo had traversed the Marais in all directions without effect, and Turreau, a man forever execrated as the organizer of the infernal columns, had been sent to supersede him. Upon this Haxo determined [...]

Posted: 01 Jan 2014 09:04 PM PST

The Epiphany of Our Lord Saints Balthasar, Caspar and Melchior Epiphany, which in the original Greek signifies appearance or manifestation, as St. Augustin observes, (1) is a festival principally solemnized in honor of the discovery Jesus Christ made of himself to the Magi, or wise men; who, soon after his birth, by a particular inspiration [...]

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