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Monderakalbarrasin



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MessagePosté le: Ven Aoû 09, 2019 6:05 pm    Sujet du message: Répondre en citant

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Dear people of Scotland, British Isles in general.

For a few weeks I have had the honor of pilgrimage and knowing the different cities that make up the different kingdoms that we are traveling with honor and joy.



My name is Monderak de Albarrasín, I am Templar Master of the Hispanic Order of San Bernardo and I have been pilgrimage for some months from the lands of France and now visiting the prosperous British islands



In short, the destiny of the Most High will lead me back to French lands and perhaps divert to Germanic areas and follow this long pilgrimage path in the name of the Holy Aristotelian Church.

Although there are also religious who share the reformist ideas, it is not for me to enter into any kind of discussion on the matter, on the contrary, one of the purposes was precisely to know the philosophy and reflections that the reformers feel and plow in their hearts and learn to understand why that parallelism with our Faith.



Without thinking and unintentionally, this trip has taught me many things, very positive without a doubt, I have known religious with great heart and charisma and I thank the destination for choosing the British Isles to form an Aristotelian Friendship Protectorate that your Sister Cardinal Jolieen will take forward with that virtuous spirit that has led me to meet her in person.



For that union of love and friendship, we will be for all of you without distinction of ideas, without distinction of religions, or political distinctions, just walk all at the same time as true brothers in the faith.

Among us we have parents, brothers, children, nephews, grandchildren, what the life of family love can unite us and that neither the rivalries nor the indistinct ideologies are reasons for discord, or fights, it is only to learn to live respecting each one equally



It is so that in the days that I still have to visit your villas and your churches I continue to bring the best of each place, a more than positive knowledge to inform my superiors of such a beautiful pilgrim crusade.

I invite those who wish to approach our Faith, accompany the pilgrims along the roads as escorts or help the cities in the militias put their grain of sand to be from our homes a better and happier world for all.

Thank you very much for receiving me and surely I will never forget this opportunity or any of you.

May the Most High bless you.









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MessagePosté le: Dim Aoû 11, 2019 12:54 pm    Sujet du message: Répondre en citant

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Ardencaple Parish
Current time: 10:47 GMT
Cure None.
Archdiocese of Glasgow
The diocese is directed by Archbishop Jolieen
Diocese Capital: Glasgow



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there are two current candidates nominated for the parish

Icyol
Tedy_macalpine


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Province of Glasgow

Metropolitan Diocese: Archdiocese of Glasgow

Diocese suffragan:
Diocese of Whithorn

Archdiocese of Glasgow
(depends on the Province of Glasgow, directed by the metropolitan bishop Jolieen)


Archbishop: Jolieen
The bishop's term ends in 1 month and 3 days

The Pope appoints the bishop

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MessagePosté le: Lun Aoû 12, 2019 1:10 pm    Sujet du message: Répondre en citant

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Stirling (County of Glasgow) Monday 12 August 1467



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Stirling Parish
Current time: 11:03 GMT
Cure Negan
Archdiocese of Glasgow
The diocese is directed by Archbishop Jolieen
Diocese Capital: Glasgow


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The Pope: Innocentius

Province of Glasgow

Metropolitan Diocese: Archdiocese of Glasgow

Diocese suffragan:
Diocese of Whithorn

Archdiocese of Glasgow
(depends on the Province of Glasgow, directed by the metropolitan bishop Jolieen)


Archbishop: Jolieen
The bishop's term ends in 1 month and 2 days

The Pope appoints the bishop

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MessagePosté le: Mer Aoû 14, 2019 4:31 am    Sujet du message: Répondre en citant

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Without thinking and unintentionally, this trip has taught me many things, very positive without a doubt, I have known religious with great heart and charisma and I thank the destination for choosing the British Isles to form an Aristotelian Friendship Protectorate that your Cardinal Jolieen Primate will take forward with that virtuous spirit that has led me to meet her in person.

I am glad that you are finding your pilgrimage fulfilling. I pray that you continue to grow in faith as you continue your journey, but just a little correction on your statement if you will, Brother. Cardinal Josephus is the Primate of the British Isles and not Cardinal Jolieen.
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MessagePosté le: Mer Aoû 14, 2019 12:14 pm    Sujet du message: Répondre en citant

Thank you very much for the clarification, I do not know why I had that Sister Jolieen was also the Primate, I apologize to Monsignor Josephus, who shames ahaj.

Corrected, but not in the Glasgow forum since I am no longer in Glasgow County.

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MessagePosté le: Ven Aoû 16, 2019 9:52 am    Sujet du message: Répondre en citant

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Greetings Monderak,

I hope that your stay among us in the British Isles will engrave in your heart good memories. I pray that your journey so forth will be blessed by Jah. Continue to be a seeker of truth, humility and charity wherever you are.

Blessings upon you.

Peace and Goodwill,

Brother William Blazing, OFM
Vice-Primate of the British Isles
Franciscan Grey Friar of Liverpool

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MessagePosté le: Ven Aoû 16, 2019 1:22 pm    Sujet du message: Répondre en citant

Thank you very much Brother Will, in the next weeks of insurance I will be arriving in Southampton on my way back to Dover., And if you wish to work on our new project concerning the newly formed protectorate, you can approach the offices in the forum2 or contact the sister Jolieen
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MessagePosté le: Jeu Aoû 22, 2019 2:34 pm    Sujet du message: Répondre en citant

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I entered in the big meeting room. I have written a private message to Monderak exposing to him my desire to bring Templar order, with its values and target, in the Italian lands. He told me to bring the question here, so I came to expose my ideas to the others:

Hi everyone, it would be my desire to bring Templars in Italy. This though has come because I have Italian origin so I can speak fluenty Italian language and it would be esay to me to speak to the people that live in Italian kingdoms. I don't have a clear idea on how to create it and I would like to master the knowledge of our Order, so that I can expose in the better way our faith and values to the people that I will meet in each town. For now I will tell you the points on which I would like to base all the thing and then discuss them with you.

I took a paper and showed he points:


[rp]Draft trip to Italy

1. Visit all the towns, interacting on the local meeting places (forum) and in the tavern, in order to have a direct contact with the faithful that lives there

2. Try to have a contact with the diplomatics or with the dukes/princes/... of that state, in order to create bonds between that places and the order (for this reason, could be a good idea to create subforums for each states, where the diplomatics of the order can talk directly with diplomatics of that states. Something like this:

Templar Diplomatic halls

- Duchy of Modena
- Replublic of Genova
- Duchy of Milano
- ecc ecc )

3. Be active in helping the towns, with militian work, donations if needed, and all the other needs that can be usefull and written in our laws[/rp]

I continued:

In case I would go alone, but it would be nice to have more people, I will take a diary of the travel, where I will say where I go, who I meet, and to discuss the answers or messages to put in the public spaces (forum) and all the other informations that the order will consider important. What do you think?

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