Friday, July 16, 2010

Audentior Ito

Audentior Ito translated from latin meaning to proceed boldly. The words audentior ito comes from the phrase ne cede malis, seal contra audentior ito. The translation means "do not give in to evil but proceed boldly." The purpose of this blog is to discuss topics that interest a libertarian Catholic from the northeastern United States. We'll see how it goes.

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  1. Audentior Ito, was my school motto, it is also the motto of Hugh Lupus, Earl of Chester ,just after the French victory at the battle of Hastings in 1066. The Lupus family crest is a severed hand atop a wolf's (lupus) head. Is a real good tale to how the crest came about but I can't be bothered typing anymore so you will have to look it up yourselves, Lol.

    How's that Mr Market?

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