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Prince Felix of Luxembourg weds Claire Lademacher in an ... 17, 2013
Another stunning brunette has joined the ranks of Europe's princesses with the wedding of Prince Felix of Luxembourg and his German sweetheart Claire ...
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What a royal rave-up! It's the poshest wedding since Kate and ...

Daily Mail-Jun. 21, 2013
After that hilarious, fake-tanned Tamara Ecclestone knees-up in the South of France last week, it's time for a properly grand affair to raise the tone of the wedding ...
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Luxembourg royal wedding: the best moments from Prince ... 23, 2013
On Saturday 21 September Prince Felix of Luxembourg and his German love Claire Lademacher said 'I do' again in a lavish religious ceremony in the South of ...
Felix-Claire royal wedding in Luxembourg
Emirates 24/7-Sep. 22, 2013
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Royal wedding: Nigerian prince marries in Loughgall village

BBC News-Aug. 16, 2013
A small village in Northern Ireland has become the unlikely setting for a royal wedding. A Nigerian prince and a County Armagh teacher have tied the knot in the ...

1 comment:

Pearl Necklace said...

This is a convenient division of labor was, unfortunately, heretical in its
nature. Christian Holiness is not a reserved plot. According to
Gospel and Thomas Aquinas, is a distant goal to which everyone should
seek with all his strength. All this is true, but then the word began to face
a new pitfall, namely, the concept of canonization of saints. Connotation
the concept of "canonized" or "subject to canonization" snuck in
the meaning of the word "Holiness." And this connotation has not been without
consequences, given our weak mind. Let me on this occasion to tell
you a story. Georges Duhamel 33 one was adopted by Mussolini, and in
the course of the conversation the dictator expressed a very high evaluation of spiritual virtues, and
especially (of course!) spiritual discipline of the Church and its saints. The tide
eloquence Mussolini added: "What is the ethical force and what
enthusiasm needs to find a man, if every morning, getting up, he can
saying to myself: try, my friend, one day you will
canonized!" Here there is typical of Mussolini's understanding of glory
kanonizirovannogo. But it also shows to what extent this reputation
threatens subtly distort the direct meaning of the word "Holiness."
In fact, not all saints are canonized, or can be
canonized, but only to rise to the highest degrees of self-control and
of heroism they can serve as beacons to all humankind. I'm ready
to assume that artists and writers with the same idea of
Holiness, that Mussolini should be probably be disappointed in their
hopes. After all, if the art world was not or almost not
there were canonized saints, then it must be a good reason; in addition to
the artist may not be all, he already serves as a beacon,
signaling to mankind about different banks and other Maritime
spaces. That kind of Holiness, which in my opinion, he can be inspired
not a type kanoniry the Church, but rather a type specified by Kierkegaard:
this Holiness in the face of a nondescript, unrecognizable person.
Hidden in the shabby clothes of life, the most well-trodden of roads
everyday life, as it appeared poetic to the eyes of Francis Thompson *.