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Nobility Newsletter: "Another step into fake bloodlines and meaningless titles" and other posts

Nobility Newsletter: "Another step into fake bloodlines and meaningless titles" and other posts

  • Another step into fake bloodlines and meaningless titles 
  • The coronation of St. Louis IX of France 
  • Clashing worldviews: Equality vs. Christian Inequality 
  • May 15 – Saint Jeanne de Lestonnac 
  • May 15 – Beautiful Princess, Tragic Story 
  • May 16 – Patron of Poland 
  • May 16 – Leper King 
  • May 16 – St. Honoratus of Amiens 
  • May 18 – St. Eric, King of Sweden, Martyr 

Posted: 14 May 2014 10:15 PM PDT

According to The New York Times: The College of Arms, guardian of noble titles and insignia here since the 15th century, has issued a ruling that married same-sex couples may combine their heraldic symbols on a single shield as generations of heterosexual aristocracy have done before them. The gay rights group Stonewall welcomed the change. [...]

Posted: 14 May 2014 10:12 PM PDT

Traditionally, new sacred music was composed for a coronation. The motet…which was sung for the anointing of Louis IX has come down to us. It was called Gaude, felix Francia…. The boy who was to be anointed and crowned was already on a platform built in front of the chancel, surrounded by the great lords [...]

Posted: 14 May 2014 10:11 PM PDT

Horizontal Vision of Society By returning to the source of our values, we engage in a real search for meaning and unity. It is not the scattered modern vision of things that so characterizes our age of individualism. To employ a metaphor, we might say that the present socio-economic model resembles a horizontal line drawn [...]

Posted: 14 May 2014 10:10 PM PDT

Saint Jeanne de Lestonnac (December 27, 1556 – February 2, 1640) was founderess of the order The Company of Mary Our Lady. She was born in Bordeaux, France in 1556 to a prominent family. Her father, Richard de Lestonnac, was a member of the French Parliament while her mother, Jeanne Eyquem, was the sister of [...]

Posted: 14 May 2014 10:09 PM PDT

St. Dymphna Virgin and martyr. The earliest historical account of the veneration of St. Dymphna dates from the middle of the thirteenth century. Under Bishop Guy I of Cambrai (1238-47), Pierre, a canon of the church of Saint Aubert at Cambrai, wrote a "Vita" of the saint, from which we learn that she had been [...]

Posted: 14 May 2014 10:08 PM PDT

Saint Andrew Bobola Saint Andrew Bobola earned the name "Hunter of Souls" due to his tireless zeal and missionary travels. Martyr, born of an old and illustrious Polish family, in the Palatinate of Sandomir, 1590; died at Janów, 16 May, 1657. Having entered the novitiate of the Society of Jesus at Wilno (1611), he was [...]

Posted: 14 May 2014 10:07 PM PDT

Modern society obsessively avoids suffering, risk and danger. It secures everything with seatbelts and safety rails, air conditions the summer heat, prints warnings on coffee cups and advises that that safety glasses should be used while working with hammers. Certainly such precautions have prevented misfortune. However, since heroism and excellence are born from confronting rather [...]

Posted: 14 May 2014 10:06 PM PDT

Saint Honoratus of Amiens (Honoré, sometimes Honorius, Honortus) (d. May 16, ca. 600) was the seventh bishop of Amiens. His feast day is May 16. He was born in Port-le-Grand (Ponthieu) near Amiens to a noble family. He was said to be virtuous from birth. He was taught by his predecessor in the bishopric of [...]

Posted: 14 May 2014 10:05 PM PDT

St. Eric, King of Sweden, Martyr Eric [1] was descended of a most illustrious Swedish family: in his youth he laid a solid foundation of virtue and learning, and took to wife Christina, daughter of Ingo IV, king of Sweden. Upon the death of King Smercher in 1141, he was, purely for his extraordinary virtues [...]

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