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Glorious King Billy

May God raise up such men in our day!

“THE PEOPLE THAT DO KNOW THEIR GOD SHALL BE STRONG, AND DO EXPLOITS.”

Daniel 11:32.

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What's So And Not So

A summary of the Huguenots in Britain

Yesterday’s post covered the Huguenot influence on the Channel Islands, Jersey in particular. It also looked at General — or Marshal — Vauban’s statistics on the wealth, expertise and military training the Huguenots were taking from France. 1,263 more words

Protestant

Carla-Bayle

There is a place about eight km away from Berdot that Tony brought me to on a sunset drive around the neighbourhood. I was immediately drawn to this quaint tiny town with its packed houses all huddled together as if to keep warm against the harsh winters of a bygone era. 364 more words

Experiences

Huguenot migration, French alarm and the Channel Islands

My past two posts — here and here — looked at Huguenots settling in South Africa, thanks to the efforts of the Netherlands and the Dutch East India Company. 1,466 more words

Protestant

Tasting Jesus in the Holy Eucharist

Last Friday I went to Mass.  As I was praying the Lord kept whispering to me:

Taste Me. 

Honestly, I had no clue.  I went up to receive Him, and again the words: 305 more words

Catholic

Bishop Charles Grafton: "divided like the waves thus superficially, but they are one as the ocean is one"

“The Catholic Church, to which we belong, stands for collectivism . It has a broad, and yet liberal, basis for its belief. This belief rests in the invulnerable basis of Catholic consent. 110 more words

Anglican

The Huguenot legacy in South Africa

Yesterday’s post looked at the Huguenot migration to South Africa. The plaque of their family names (pictured above, courtesy of Wikipedia) is located in the Johannesburg Botanical Garden. 700 more words

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