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Nobility Newsletter: "Marie Antoinette embraces her father for the last time" and other posts

Nobility Newsletter: "Marie Antoinette embraces her father for the last time" and other posts

  • Marie Antoinette embraces her father for the last time 
  • A Return to the Rule of Honor 
  • Grand Duke George of Russia Gives Interview 
  • Norway’s future queen turns 10 
  • January 23 – Defended by a raven 
  • January 24 – They called him “Ironmonger” 
  • January 24 – Saintly and Aristocrat 
  • January 25 – St. Poppo 
  • January 25 – Blessed Teresa Grillo Michel 
  • January 25 – St. Ildephonsus 
  • January 26 – She was from one of the first families of Rome 

Posted: 22 Jan 2014 10:12 PM PST

Schoenbrunn! Never again was Marie Antoinette to see the long yellow façade with its green shutters, nor her apartments on the ground floor where, after hours of play, she and her brothers and sisters would eat pyramids of Viennese cakes dripping with whipped cream. A few more revolutions of the wheels and the coach crowned [...]

Posted: 22 Jan 2014 10:11 PM PST

Throughout history, two sides, two economic outlooks, two lifestyles have long opposed each other as if engaged in constant combat. On the one side, there is the rule of money with a set of secular values, which include quantity, function, efficiency, and utility. This rule tends to reduce everything to terms of self-interest, matter, and [...]

Posted: 22 Jan 2014 10:09 PM PST

According to New Europe: In an exclusive interview with New Europe, the Grand Duke George Mikhailovich of Russia – the 33-year-old heir apparent to Maria Vladimirovna, the Grand Duchess of Russia – spoke about his title, the evolution of the throne and his work in Europe…. To read the full interview in New Europe, please [...]

Posted: 22 Jan 2014 10:06 PM PST

According to Princess Ingrid Alexandra is set to be Queen of Norway and the country's head of state some day, but on Tuesday she was said to be planning a birthday party at home with her friends and family, just like most other children. As usual, Royal Palace staff and her parents were keeping [...]

Posted: 22 Jan 2014 09:10 PM PST

St. Vincent Deacon of Saragossa, and martyr under Diocletian, 304; mentioned in the Roman Martyrology, 22 Jan., with St. Anastasius the Persian, honoured by the Greeks, 11 Nov. This most renowned martyr of Spain is represented in the dalmatic of a deacon, and has as emblems a cross, a raven, a grate, or a fire-pile. [...]

Posted: 22 Jan 2014 09:09 PM PST

Blessed William Ireland (Alias Ironmonger.) Jesuit martyr, born in Lincolnshire, 1636; executed at Tyburn, 24 Jan. (not 3 Feb.), 1679; eldest son of William Ireland of Crofton Hall, Yorkshire, by Barbara, a daughter of Ralph Eure, of Washingborough, Lincolnshire (who is to be distinguished from the last Lord Eure) by his first wife. He was [...]

Posted: 22 Jan 2014 09:08 PM PST

St. Francis de Sales Bishop of Geneva, Doctor of the Universal Church; born at Thorens, in the Duchy of Savoy, 21 August, 1567; died at Lyons, 28 December, 1622. His father, François de Sales de Boisy, and his mother, Françoise de Sionnaz, belonged to old Savoyard aristocratic families. The future saint was the eldest of [...]

Posted: 22 Jan 2014 09:07 PM PST

St. Poppo Abbot, born 977; died at Marchiennes, 25 January, 1048. He belonged to a noble family of Flanders; his parents were Tizekinus and Adalwif. About the year 1000 he made a pilgrimage to the Holy Land with two others of his countrymen. Soon after this he also went on a pilgrimage to Rome. He [...]

Posted: 22 Jan 2014 09:06 PM PST

BL. TERESA GRILLO MICHEL was born in Spinetta Marengo (Alessandria), Italy, on 25 September 1855. She was the fifth and last child of Giuseppe, the head physician at the Civil Hospital of Alessandria, and of Maria Antonietta Parvopassau, a descendent of an illustrious family of Alessandria. At Baptism she was given the name of Maddalena. [...]

Posted: 22 Jan 2014 09:05 PM PST

St. Ildephonsus Archbishop of Toledo; died 23 January, 667. He was born of a distinguished family and was a nephew of St. Eugenius, his predecessor in the See of Toledo. At an early age, despite the determined opposition of his father, he embraced the monastic life in the monastery of Agli, near Toledo. While he [...]

Posted: 22 Jan 2014 09:04 PM PST

St. Paula Born in Rome, 347; died at Bethlehem, 404. She belonged to one of the first families of Rome. Left a widow in 379 at the age of 32 she became, through the influence of St. Marcella and her group, the model of Christian widows. In 382 took place her decisive meeting with St. [...]

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