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Nobility Newsletter: "Going out with a bang" and other posts

Nobility Newsletter: "Going out with a bang" and other posts

  • Going out with a bang 
  • The crown prince of France is spanked for poor table manners 
  • “Omne Delectamentum in se Habentem” 
  • May 22 – Hanged for Printing a Book 
  • May 22 – Queen’s Confessor 
  • May 23 – Appointed bishop to replace a corrupt bishop, imprisoned for defending the King’s legitimate wife 
  • May 23 – St. John Baptist de Rossi 
  • May 23 – Chevalier of the Order of Leopold 
  • May 24 – St. Vincent of Lérins 
  • May 24 – Our Lady Help of Christians, to commemorate the liberation of the Pope from prison 
  • May 25 – He Forced the Emperor To Wait Three Days in the Snow 
  • May 25 – She withstood the devil 

Posted: 21 May 2014 10:15 PM PDT

According to BBC News: A Royal Marine from Devon will lead 468 servicemen in front of the Queen and Prince Philip in the final performance of a 34-year military career. James Whitwham, from Ivybridge, will front the biggest ever Beating Retreat in London in June. The bi-annual event will also feature musicians from the United [...]

Posted: 21 May 2014 10:12 PM PDT

While dining with one of his sisters, Prince Louis, eldest son of Louis XV and Dauphin of France, noticed that she helped herself first, and he made up his mind to teach her something. — "Madame," he said to her, "I was under the impression that, whenever I am present, the honors are not given [...]

Posted: 21 May 2014 10:11 PM PDT

When we search for that which is most elevated, dignified, and noble, we inevitably encounter the supernatural and divine, which is at the pinnacle of all beauty and the true wellspring of Christian civilization. Omne delectamentum in se habentem, says the liturgy for Benediction. We might say of this vision that it has "within it [...]

Posted: 21 May 2014 10:10 PM PDT

Blessed James Duckett Martyr, born at Gilfortrigs in the parish of Skelsmergh in Westmoreland, England, date uncertain, of an ancient family of that county; died 9 April, 1601. He was a bookseller and publisher in London. His godfather was the well-known martyr James Leybourbe of Skelsmergh. He seems, however, to have been brought up a [...]

Posted: 21 May 2014 10:09 PM PDT

Blessed John Forest Born in 1471, presumably at Oxford, where his surname was then not unknown; suffered 22 May, 1538. At the age of twenty he received the habit of St. Francis at Greenwich, in the church of the Friars Minor of the Regular Observance, called for brevity's sake "Observants". Nine years later we find [...]

Posted: 21 May 2014 10:08 PM PDT

St. Ivo of Chartres (YVO, YVES). One of the most notable bishops of France at the time of the Investiture struggles and the most important canonist before Gratian in the Occident, born of a noble family about 1040; died in 1116. From the neighbourhood of Beauvais, his native country, he went for his studies first [...]

Posted: 21 May 2014 10:07 PM PDT

St. John Baptist de Rossi (De Rubeis). Born at Voltaggio in the Diocese of Genoa, 22 February, 1698; died at Rome, 23 May, 1764; feast on 23 May. His parents, Charles de Rossi and Frances Anfossi, were not rich in earthly goods, but had solid piety and the esteem of their fellow-citizens. Of their four [...]

Posted: 21 May 2014 10:06 PM PDT

Fr. Pierre-Jean De Smet Missionary among the North American Indians, born at Termonde (Dendermonde), Belgium, 30 Jan., 1801; died at St. Louis, Missouri, U.S.A., 23 May, 1873. He emigrated to the United States in 1821 through a desire for missionary labours, and entered the Jesuit novitiate at Whitemarsh, Maryland. In 1823, however, at the suggestion [...]

Posted: 21 May 2014 10:05 PM PDT

St. Vincent of Lérins Feast on 24 May, an ecclesiastical writer in Southern Gaul in the fifth century. His work is much better known than his life. Almost all our information concerning him is contained in Gennadius, "De viris illustribus" (lxiv). He entered the monastery of Lérins (today Isle St. Honorat), where under the pseudonym [...]

Posted: 21 May 2014 10:04 PM PDT

This commemoration was introduced in the liturgical calendar by decree of Pope Pius VII on September 16, 1815, in thanksgiving for his happy return to Rome after a long and painful captivity in Savona and France due to Napoleon's tyrannical power. By order of Napoleon, Pius VII was arrested, 5 July, 1808, and detained a [...]

Posted: 21 May 2014 10:03 PM PDT

Pope St. Gregory VII (HILDEBRAND). One of the greatest of the Roman pontiffs and one of the most remarkable men of all times; born between the years 1020 and 1025, at Soana, or Ravacum, in Tuscany; died 25 May, 1085, at Salerno. The early years of his life are involved in considerable obscurity. His name, [...]

Posted: 21 May 2014 10:02 PM PDT

St. Mary Magdalen de' Pazzi Carmelite Virgin, born 2 April, 1566; died 25 May, 1607. Of outward events there were very few in the saint's life. She came of two noble families, her father being Camillo Geri de' Pazzi and her mother a Buondelmonti. She was baptized, and named Caterina, in the great baptistery. Her [...]

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