5.2.10

NPR reports on The Requiem Mass for Louis XVI

Elena-Marie has posted this NPR gem on her blogsite Tea at Trianon. The links on her site will direct you to a sound recording of the radio article.

In expected less than favorable way the on scene reporter ELEANOR BEARDSLEY says, "The mass is in Latin. The priest swings a censer of incense on a chain. The somber service in this stone-cold Seventh century church resonates with regret for a France that lived 16 centuries in the Catholic monarchy. The priest describes the day it all came to an end when Louis XVI was led to the guillotine." More... Highlights are mine.B

To the left the French Revolution was the turning point when all things were remade. it was simply the first move in the destruction of civilization. The cancer spreads still.

I only wish I were being interviewed.

Dieu le Roy!
Brantigny

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