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Nobility Newsletter: "A Dauphin of France learns self-control" and other posts




Nobility Newsletter: "A Dauphin of France learns self-control" and other posts



A Dauphin of France learns self-control 
Returning to the Wellspring 
May 12 – She said no to the crowns of England, France and the Holy Roman Empire 
May 13 – “Can anyone receive Jesus into his heart and not die?” 
May 13 – St. John the Silent 
May 14 – The Right to Revolt 



Posted: 11 May 2014 10:12 PM PDT


The count of Châtillon explained to Louis XV's eldest son Louis, Dauphin of France, that he needed to repress his irritability, and the young prince promised that he would. — "Lord Count," he said, "I would like to make it clear that I renounce all my stupidities and urge you to please look upon them [...]






Posted: 11 May 2014 10:11 PM PDT


As the stage is set for a great storm, our common peril forces us to look for a vision of life that will serve to unify the nation. We believe this vision will not be inspired by economic reforms, financial policies, or government programs. The question remains as to where we must go to find [...]






Posted: 11 May 2014 10:10 PM PDT


Blessed Joanna of Portugal Born at Lisbon, 16 February, 1452; died at Aveiro, 12 May, 1490; the daughter of Alfonso V, King of Portugal, and his wife Elizabeth. She was chiefly remarkable for the courage and persistence with which she opposed all attempts on the part of her father and brother to make her marry. [...]






Posted: 11 May 2014 10:09 PM PDT


Blessed Imelda Lambertini (1322 – May 13, 1333) is the patroness of First Holy Communicants. Imelda was born in 1322 in Bologna, the only child of Count Egano Lambertini and Castora Galuzzi. Her parents were devout Catholics and were known for their charity and generosity to the underprivileged of Bologna. As a very young girl, [...]






Posted: 11 May 2014 10:08 PM PDT


St. John the Silent (Hesychastes, Silentiarius). Bishop of Colonia, in Armenia, b. at Nicopolis, Armenia, 8 Jan., 452; d. 558. His parents, Encratius and Euphemia, wealthy and honoured, belonged to families that had done great service in the State and had given to it renowned generals and governors, but they were also good Christians, and [...]






Posted: 11 May 2014 10:07 PM PDT


May 14, 1264: Simon de Montfort Defeats King Henry III at Battle of Lewes The Battle of Lewes was one of two main battles of the conflict known as the Second Barons' War. It took place at Lewes in Sussex, on 14 May 1264. It marked the high point of the career of Simon de [...]






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'A Lógica da Criação'


Jesus, oculto na Hóstia, é tudo para mim




“Se não fosse a Santa Comunhão, eu estaria caindo continuamente. A única coisa que me sustenta é a Santa Comunhão. Dela tiro forças, nela está o meu vigor. Tenho medo da vida, nos dias em que não recebo a Santa Comunhão. Tenho medo de mim mesma. Jesus, oculto na Hóstia, é tudo para mim. Do Sacrário tiro força, vigor, coragem e luz. Aí busco alívio nos momentos de aflição. Eu não saberia dar glória a Deus, se não tivesse a Eucaristia no meu coração.”



(Diário de Santa Faustina, n. 1037)

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A Paixão de Cristo