Recordabar psalmorum meorum in nocte cum corde meo loquebar et scobebam spiritum meum...
Actually, you can make them stop. If they keep it up, you can set up word verification (go to your dashboard and look slightly down from where you'd click to enter editing mode for the blog).
Actually, I just came in to say "Way to go, King Saint Louis! Or Saint King Louis! Or however that works!"I love Louis IX!
I think it's St. King Louis. At any rate, that's as it should be; being a Saint is a bigger deal than being a king, isn't it?
I see what you mean, but I wasn't sure what the actual protocol was. For example, it's Francis Cardinal Spellman...
You don't mention the king thing before or after the saint title. The kingship is supposed to be infused knowledge. It is always St. Louis IX, insert-title. "St Louis IX, king of france, was one righteous dude."Just like you don't say for Knightly saints, "St. Sir Bob" or Sir St. Bob." Savvy?
Got it. No wonder it sounded wrong. St. Louis IX. Still one of my favorite saints (though interestingly, not one of my favorite kings!).