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Nobility Newsletter: "May 8 – When St. Michael Appeared" and other posts

Nobility Newsletter: "May 8 – When St. Michael Appeared" and other posts

May 8 – When St. Michael Appeared 
Prince William travels coach on private US visit 
Left-leaning royals alienate their own subjects 
Royal Crown of Hanover displayed publicly for the first time 
New Crown commissioned for reburial of Richard III 
Honor: Never Leave A Poor Crusader Behind as a Muslim Captive 
Two Americas Clash 
May 8 – Matriarch of the Carolingian family 
May 9 – Known personally to the King, he was falsely accused of conspiring to murder him 
May 9 – St. Nicholas Albergati 
May 9 – Isaias, Prophet and Historian, Sawn in Two 
May 10 – Saint Damien: A Hero Who Died on the Battlefield of Honor 
May 11 – Holy Merovingian 
May 11 – Martyr of the House of Rochester 

Posted: 07 May 2014 10:22 PM PDT

Well known is the apparition of St. Michael the Archangel (a. 494 or 530-40), as related in the Roman Breviary, 8 May, at his renowned sanctuary on Monte Gargano, where his original glory as patron in war was restored to him. To his intercession the Lombards of Sipontum (Manfredonia) attributed their victory over the Greek [...]

Posted: 07 May 2014 10:21 PM PDT

According to the London Evening Standard: William, 31, was travelling from Memphis to Dallas in the United States on Sunday after celebrating the wedding of his best friend Guy Pelly. Reporter Eli Ross, who has been covering the trip for Local 24 News…Memphis, posted a picture of the Prince on the American Airlines flight on [...]

Posted: 07 May 2014 10:20 PM PDT

According to News and Views from Norway: The outspoken deputy leader of the Progress Party (Fremskrittspartiet, FrP), Per Sandberg…claimed the royal couple was too left-leaning. "The royal couple is on the left of Norwegian politics, especially on environmental, climate, immigration and some questions of values," Sandberg continued. "I note that Haakon and Mette-Marit act aggressively [...]

Posted: 07 May 2014 10:19 PM PDT

According to The Royal Forums: The heirs of Hanover yesterday officially opened The Road To The Crown – The Kingdom of Hanover and Its Rulers exhibition celebrating the history of the Hanoverian Kingdom. The exhibition features 70 pieces which illustrate Hanover's history. The royal crown and sceptre are amongst these, displayed for the first time [...]

Posted: 07 May 2014 10:18 PM PDT

According to BBC News: An ornate golden crown that will go onto the coffin of Richard III when he is re-buried is being displayed at Tewkesbury Abbey. The crown was commissioned and paid for by the historian Dr John Ashdown-Hill who helped identify the king’s remains. Amanda Thomas from Tewkesbury Abbey said: “It’s gold with [...]

Posted: 07 May 2014 10:12 PM PDT

During these eight days the legate came to me and said that he did not see how the king could remain overseas; and he besought me, very instantly, to return with him in his ship. And I told him this was not within my power; for I was without means, having, as he knew, lost [...]

Posted: 07 May 2014 10:11 PM PDT

We have observed—and many political analysts concur—that the country is divided into two Americas. One is defined by our faltering cooperative union; the other is formed around the willingness to sacrifice for God, family, and country. The outcome of this clash of mentalities depends upon the actions we will be forced to take. The force [...]

Posted: 07 May 2014 10:09 PM PDT

Saint Itta (or Itta of Metz) (also Ida, Itte or Iduberga) (592–652) was the wife of Pepin of Landen, mayor of the palace of Austrasia. Her brother was Saint Modoald, bishop of Trier. Her sister was abbess Saint Severa. There is no direct record of their parents, but it has been suggested that she was [...]

Posted: 07 May 2014 10:08 PM PDT

Ven. Thomas Pickering Lay brother and martyr, a member of an old Westmoreland family, born circa 1621; executed at Tyburn, 9 May, 1679. He was sent to the Benedictine monastery of St. Gregory at Douai, where he took vows as a lay brother in 1660. In 1665 he was sent to London, where, as steward [...]

Posted: 07 May 2014 10:07 PM PDT

Cardinal and Bishop of Bologna, born at Bologna in 1357; died at Sienna, 9 May, 1443. He entered the Carthusian Order in 1394, served as prior in various monasteries, and was made Bishop of Bologna, against his will, in 1417. In this office he still followed the Rule of his Order, was zealous for the [...]

Posted: 07 May 2014 10:06 PM PDT

From the Prophet himself (i, 1; ii, 1) we learn that he was the son of Amos. Owing to the similarity between Latin and Greek forms of this name and that of the Shepherd-Prophet of Thecue, some Fathers mistook the Prophet Amos for the father of Isaias. St. Jerome in the preface to his “Commentary [...]

Posted: 07 May 2014 10:05 PM PDT

Born Joseph de Veuster in Tremelo, Belgium, he took the religious name of Damien when he joined the Congregation of the Sacred Hearts of Jesus and Mary. There are few places on Earth more beautiful than Hawaii. While this idyllic paradise may be the destination spot for tourists and honeymooners, Joseph de Veuster was eager [...]

Posted: 07 May 2014 10:04 PM PDT

St. Aldegundis Virgin and abbess (c. 639-684), variously written Adelgundis, Aldegonde, etc. She was closely related to the Merovingian royal family. Her father and mother, afterwards honored as St. Walbert and St. Bertilia, lived in Flanders in the province of Hainault. Aldegundis was urged to marry, but she chose a life of virginity and, leaving [...]

Posted: 07 May 2014 10:03 PM PDT

Blessed John Rochester Priest and martyr, born probably at Terling, Essex, England, about 1498; died at York, 11 May, 1537. He was the third son of John Rochester, of Terling, and Grisold, daughter of Walter Writtle, of Bobbingworth. He joined the Carthusians, was a choir monk of the Charterhouse in London, and strenuously opposed the [...]

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