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royalcello

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This thread is for new members to introduce themselves and be welcomed by other members once they have done so. 

As the moderator of this forum, I'll start by updating what I wrote in the old introductions thread. My name is Theodore, I'm 30, and I live in Dallas, Texas, USA. For more about me see http://www.royaltymonarchy.com/me.html

Once you've joined the forum, please reply to this thread and tell us a bit about yourself!


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Hello,
  My name is Julie and I live in New Jersey most of the year. I love the House of Orange and want to learn more about it. I was named for Queen Juliana!!!

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Welcome!

You'll find this an interesting place..


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Welcome.

Mind the trolls. =]


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Howdy! (waves)

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Hello,

I registered here some time ago but never got around to posting. I am mainly interested in monarchism due to its importance in the history of the Church. Additionally, in accordance with the teachings of numerous Supreme Pontiffs, I hold that the Catholic religion should be the official religion of the State, an ideology not frequently seen outside of particular Catholic and monarchist circles.

A joyful Pentecost to all!


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Welcome to the forum, I hope you enjoy your stay.


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Welcome back to active posting, Summorum Pontificum!


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Welcome our new member Loyalist!


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Welcome auroraborealis.


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Hello,

I registered here some time ago but never got around to posting. I am mainly interested in monarchism due to its importance in the history of the Church. Additionally, in accordance with the teachings of numerous Supreme Pontiffs, I hold that the Catholic religion should be the official religion of the State, an ideology not frequently seen outside of particular Catholic and monarchist circles.

A joyful Pentecost to all!



I'm not partial to your username, but I agree the the Catholic Faith should be held above all.

Welcome!

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Greetings to all and sundry. I am a patriotic American who nonetheless thinks the wrong George won the Revolution, being conservative by politics (I don't like any of the parties, but would vote "large R" Republican), United Church of Christ by denomination (though not supporting much of its policies), and homeschooler by education. 
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We agree on two of the four.

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Welcome sir!


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Welcome, Finnrau!


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