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Louis XVI of revolutionary France was known for his extravagance - a whole line of splendiferous décor and furniture bears his name. His rotten-to-the-core regime came to a bloody end with his head being separated from his neck by that trust new-fangled invention, the Guillotine. Now, scientists have authenticated that a rag believed to have been dipped in his blood is the genuine article. Continue Reading

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  1. Louis Barta
    2 years ago

    Deplorable slander against a splendid anointed royal Catholic monarch. How dare you print such traitorous filth. Catholic Online is no better than the insane Judaic-Freemason monsters who brought down Louis XVI with treachery and anarchy and are doing the same to the Catholic Kingdom of America at the present moment.

  2. Spiritus Gladius
    2 years ago

    Amen DarthJ. I long for the day that monarchies are reinstated around the world. Unfortunately (or maybe fortunately) I think the only kingdom that will ever see the light of day in the future is the Kingdom of Heaven.

  3. DarthJ
    2 years ago

    You'd think this article was written by a Jacobin. As every true Catholic has traditionally recognized, the "Republic" that was instilled over the bodies of faithful Catholics has been an antagonist of the Church and continues to defy Her authority to this day.

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