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segunda-feira, 19 de maio de 2014

Nobility Newsletter: "Prince Harry meets Estonian troops, familiar faces" and other posts




Nobility Newsletter: "Prince Harry meets Estonian troops, familiar faces" and other posts



  • Prince Harry meets Estonian troops, familiar faces 
  • Monarchy Support Highest in 20 Years 
  • St. Bernard masters the fiery Duke of Aquitaine 
  • The Good, True, and Beautiful 
  • May 19 – Charlemagne’s Scholar 
  • Alexandertorte — the Latvian delight associated with a Tsar 
  • May 19 – He Grabbed the Devil By the Nose 
  • May 20 – St. Bernardine of Siena 
  • May 20 – Mentor of the Duke of Ferrara 
  • May 20 – King of the East Angles 



Posted: 18 May 2014 10:15 PM PDT


According to BBC News: Prince Harry, who has twice served in Afghanistan, spent more than two hours meeting the multi-national forces, near the southern Estonian town of Otepaa. Soldiers from the 1st Battalion the Duke of Lancaster’s Regiment…have worked alongside their Estonian counterparts in Afghanistan… On Friday he paid tribute to Estonia’s troops as he [...]






Posted: 18 May 2014 10:14 PM PDT


According to News in English: The new poll conducted by research firm Norstat for NRK showed that more than eight out of 10 Norwegians support the royal family and don't want any other form of government, such as a republic with an elected president. "These are clearly the highest numbers I have heard about in [...]






Posted: 18 May 2014 10:12 PM PDT


Bernard was commonly regarded as a saint, even in his own lifetime, and he was in the habit of addressing her husband as though Louis [of France] were a mere pupil. There seems little doubt that Eleanor herself was drawn to the abbot more out of curiosity than veneration. Her father before her had clashed [...]






Posted: 18 May 2014 10:11 PM PDT


The inspiration of this [vertical] vision is found inside man himself. It corresponds to the most fundamental desires of the human heart. It comes from our constant search for all that is good, true, and beautiful. This impulse is something that occurs naturally in us and sets in motion powerful movements inside our souls that [...]






Posted: 18 May 2014 10:10 PM PDT


Blessed Alcuin of York An eminent educator, scholar, and theologian born about 735; died 19 May, 804. He came of noble Northumbrian parentage, but the place of his birth is a matter of dispute. It was probably in or near York. While still a mere child, he entered the cathedral school founded at that place [...]






Posted: 18 May 2014 10:10 PM PDT


We do not know the origins of this delightful Latvian dessert, but convention associates it with Alexander I, Tsar of all Russias. This grandson of Catherine the Great was the most powerful monarch in Europe at his time, and after Napoleon’s 1812 occupation of Moscow, the usurper’s ruthless enemy. For the French despot who had [...]






Posted: 18 May 2014 10:09 PM PDT


St. Dunstan of Canterbury Archbishop and confessor, and one of the greatest saints of the Anglo-Saxon Church; born near Glastonbury on the estate of his father, Heorstan, a West Saxon noble. His mother, Cynethryth, a woman of saintly life, was miraculously forewarned of the sanctity of the child within her. She was in the church [...]






Posted: 18 May 2014 10:08 PM PDT


St. Bernardine of Siena Friar Minor, missionary, and reformer, often called the "Apostle of Italy", b. of the noble family of Albizeschi at Massa, a Sienese town of which his father was then governor, 8 September, 1380; d. at Aquila in the Abruzzi, 20 May, 1444. Left an orphan at six Bernardine was brought up [...]






Posted: 18 May 2014 10:07 PM PDT


Blessed Colomba of Rieti Born at Rieti in Umbria, Italy, 1467; died at Perugia, 1501. Blessed Colomba of Rieti is always called after her birthplace, though she actually spent the greater part of her life away from it. Her celebrity is based — as it was even in her lifetime — mainly on two things: [...]






Posted: 18 May 2014 10:06 PM PDT


St. Ethelbert Date of birth unknown; died 794. King of the East Angles, was, according to the "Speculum Historiale" of Richard of Cirencester (who died about 1401), the son of King Ethelred and Leofrana, a lady of Mercia. Brought up in piety, he was a man of singular humility. Urged to marry, he declared his [...]






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