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Our Lady's Victory at Vienna

Last week I received an email about my post on the Siege of Vienna from a reader of my site who wishes to be referred to only as an… 677 more words


Feast of Saint Ambrose Barlow (11 September 2015)

we may celebrate the Holy Name of Mary.  It is a very significant day, because it commemorates the fact that the forces of Islam were turned away from their attempts to invade Europe from the east at the gates of the city of Vienna, the capital of Austria. 352 more words

Daily Messages

Don't be a Turkey; Drink some Hot Bean Water (Sorry)

If one thing can be said for humans it’s that we probably should–nay, must–eat food or we’ll die. Sure, some food tastes better than others and it’s doubtful cavemen were slamming oreos back in prehistory, but the basic building blocks have always been there. 724 more words

Five Poles Who Changed the World

Here in the United States, schools are quick to teach students about famous Americans and western Europeans. Countries like Poland are often forgotten about, even though they had individuals who made significant impacts on the world. 902 more words

Polish History

Roses, Resolutions and Treasure

Montrésor is the name of the village I’m visiting today.  When I first heard the name I thought it meant ‘My Treasure’.  It wasn’t on my original itinerary.   1,965 more words


Bagels, Croissants, Cappuccino and Shish Kabobs

So terrified were the Moslems at the Battle of Vienna 9 9/11/16830 that it was all over in three hours when they fled fearing that John Sobieski’s winged-horsemen were avenging angels. 204 more words

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9/11 has historically been of great importance to the Moslem world. Many of their battles have been fought on that date.

On 9/11/1683 the Battle of Vienna took place. 206 more words

07 Observation