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Nobility Newsletter: "Queen Elizabeth to launch Royal Navy supercarrier named after her" and other posts

Queen Elizabeth to launch Royal Navy supercarrier named after her 
St. Jerome’s prayer to St. Paula, the scion of an ancient noble family of Rome 
A Turning Inward 
February 13 – Mystic and Counselor to Future Popes 
February 13 – St. Fulcran 
February 14 – Renounced Earthly Nobility To Obtain Heavenly Nobility 
February 15 – St. Claude de la Colombière 
February 16 – Founded and ruled a religious order as his family Manorhouse, but only joined that order in his old age 

Posted: 12 Feb 2014 09:15 PM PST

According to the Daily Record: The Queen will launch the Royal Navy supercarrier named after her when she visits Scotland in the summer. The 65,000-ton HMS Queen Elizabeth is set to take to the water at Rosyth dockyard in Fife in July. The HMS Queen Elizabeth was built in sections in shipyards in Glasgow and [...]

Posted: 12 Feb 2014 09:12 PM PST

St. Jerome had taught St. Paula to love God from her childhood, and watched over her as she grew up. At an early age God took her to Himself. St. Jerome grieved over her; but knowing how innocently she had lived, he was sure she was already in Paradise. “O dear Saint Paula,” he prayed, [...]

Posted: 12 Feb 2014 09:11 PM PST

In tracing this economy back to its roots, we note a prevailing concern: there is a turning inward whereby one provides for one's own. This tendency begins with the individual and extends to the family, community, and nation. The origin of this turning inward comes from man's natural desire to express his personality and originality. [...]

Posted: 12 Feb 2014 09:10 PM PST

St. Catherine de Ricci, Virgin (AD 1522 – 1589) The Ricci are an ancient family, which still subsists in a flourishing condition in Tuscany. Peter de Ricci, the father of our saint, was married to Catherine Bonza, a lady of suitable birth. The saint was born at Florence in 1522, and called at her baptism [...]

Posted: 12 Feb 2014 09:09 PM PST

St. Fulcran Bishop of Lodève; died 13 February, 1006. According to the biography which Bernard Guidonis, Bishop of Lodève (died 1331), has left us his saintly predecessor, Fulcran came of a distinguished family, consecrated himself at an early age to the service of the Church, became a priest, and from his youth led a pure [...]

Posted: 12 Feb 2014 09:08 PM PST

Sts. Cyril and Methodius These brothers, the Apostles of the Slavs, were born in Thessalonica, in 827 and 826 respectively. Though belonging to a senatorial family they renounced secular honors and became priests. They were living in a monastery on the Bosphorus, when the Khazars sent to Constantinople for a Christian teacher. Cyril was selected [...]

Posted: 12 Feb 2014 09:07 PM PST

St. Claude de la Colombière Missionary and ascetical writer, born of noble parentage at Saint-Symphorien-d'Ozon, between Lyons and Vienne, in 1641; died at Paray-le-Monial, 15 Feb., 1682. He entered the Society of Jesus in 1659. After fifteen years of religious life he made a vow, as a means of attaining the utmost possible perfection, to [...]

Posted: 12 Feb 2014 09:05 PM PST

St. Gilbert of Sempringham Founder of the Order of Gilbertines, born at Sempringham, on the border of the Lincolnshire fens, between Bourn and Heckington. The exact date of his birth is unknown, but it lies between 1083 and 1089; died at Sempringham, 1189. His father, Jocelin, was a wealthy Norman knight holding lands in Lincolnshire; [...]

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