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Our country’s oldest City and first Thanksgiving – Marian Horvat, Ph.D.


FIRST THANKSGIVING: First Catholic (Latin) Mass In America – The Remnant News Via YouTube


Thanksgiving! – On The Priestly Fraternity of St. Peter- FSSP


The Passing Of Our Analogous Traditional Elites Are Honored

Trump to host singing nuns at White House Christmas tree ceremony | News | LifeSite


Princess Charlotte Looks Like Princess Diana’s Niece in Throwback Photo | PEOPLE.com


Dear God, the Royal Family Is Supposedly Weighed Before and After Christmas Dinner

This strange news comes from royal expert and Majesty editor Ingrid Seward and the new issue of Grazia (so take this story with a mountain of salt). They claim the tradition dates back to King Edward VII’s reign. Apparently, King Edward VII was intensely concerned about people’s health and whether or not they were eating enough on Christmas. That’s sweet and all, but these days the royal family enjoys about three gigantic meals on Christmas day, so the scale seems highly unnecessary


The Royal Family Is Reportedly Stunned That Prince Harry Skipped This Huge Balmoral Tradition for Meghan Markle


Why Latin is the correct and fitting language of the Roman Catholic liturgy | LifeSite


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Royalism Update – Lord Of The Rings – The Royal Order – The Kingship /Queenship- Catholic Values & Philosophy In The Public Square | TCE |


The Indispensable Catholic Reference Text Book – Nobility and Analogous Traditional Elites – The American TFP http://www.tfp.org/nobility/


Royalism November 20 – Queen Elizabeth II Wedding Anniversary – On Nobility and Analogous Traditional Elites


The Fewness of the Saved – On CMTV

‘Strive to enter by the narrow gate; for many, I tell you, will seek to enter and will not be able’

Monday is the feast day of St. Leonard of Port Maurice, an 18th-century Franciscan priest from Italy. He was a popular preacher, and spread devotion to the Sacred Heart, the Stations of the Cross and the Immaculate Conception. He was recognized by Pope Benedict XIV for his outstanding preaching, and sent to preach in Corsica in 1744. He died in 1751 at his friary in the odor of sanctity, and was canonized in 1867. He is patron of parish missions. We republish an excerpt from his most famous sermon as follows on the link


The Empress and The Brazilian Coxinha – On Nobility and Analogous Traditional Elites


St. Catherine of Alexandria, saint of November 25 – On Tradition In Action

After the unsuccessful attempt to kill St. Catherine on the wheel, Emperor Maxentius ordered her to be beheaded. She was conducted to the place of her martyrdom followed by a multitude, mainly ladies of high condition who wept at her fate. The virgin walked with a great calm


November 25 – She Defied the Emperor -St. Catherine of Alexandria – On Nobility and Analogous Traditional Elites


St. Catherine of Alexandria By_Pietro Lorenzetti