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  1. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7r1tKquhyzU AD MAIOREM DEI GLORIAM Portrait of Everard VI, c. 1849 ((Art by the talented UnBaed)) The day started as any other would. Everard had finished his morning prayers, said grace for his servants before they all ate breakfast, then went outside to water the flowers in his garden. He was born in Haense and had grown up seeing the beautiful gardens owned by the royals when Josef was King. Over the years, he had picked up gardening as a hobby, not only to remind him of his childhood, but also as a way to distract him from the ongoings of the outside world. So much plagued his mind, but he wished to have a moment of peace. The gardening wasn’t enough to clear his mind today; a walk was what he needed. He said his farewells to his staff, and stepped out the door into the bright, sunny day. Normally when he went on a walk, he would walk only through his private gardens in Karosgrad on the advice of the Apostolic General, for security purposes. But today was too good of a day to forgo a walk through the city and royal gardens. It was decided, a quick walk before he began the business of the day. He took his time with this talk, stopping by every unique feature he could find, anything to prolong this moment of peace before he returned to work. It was then that he first felt it - a small but sharp pain in his chest. Remnants of breakfast, he assured himself as he continued with his walk, but the pain hadn’t dissipated. As he walked, he’d offer a smile - forced though it may be - to the citizens of Karosgrad he walked past. A woman approached him then, son in tow, begging him to pray for her child’s well-being. As he placed his hand on the boy’s head and closed his eyes to pray, it returned - that same pain from earlier. But now, it had multiplied in strength, and caused the elderly Pontiff to collapse to the ground. Screams for help echoed through the garden as the mother beckoned passersby to assist. Everard’s attention in these last moments were on the young child who witnessed it all, offering only a slight smile in an attempt to reassure the child. Then, his eyes closed for a final time, and he lay dead. REQUIESCAT IN PACE Sanctitas, Pontifex Maximus Everardus Sextus MDCCCXXXV - MDCCCLVI Yaromir Nikuldov 1785 - 1856 High Pontiff Everard the Sixth 1835 - 1856
  2. QUARTUS AUREA BULLA JORENUS THE FOURTH GOLDEN BULL OF JORENUS 7th of Sun’s Smile, 1856 | 7th of Tov & Yermey, 409 ES. HIS HOLINESS EVERARD VI, High Pontiff of the Church of the Canon, Archbishop of Visigia, Successor of the High Priesthood of the Church, Supreme Pontiff of the Church of True Faith, Keeper of the Canon, Missionary to Aeldin, High Servant to the Exalted's Testaments, Humble Servant of the Faithful and Vicar of GOD does decree… TABLE OF CONTENTS ┏━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━┓ SECTION I - Diocesan Appointments ┗━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━┛ SECTION I Through Our Apostolic authority, We do confirm the following appointments: DIOCESE OF REINMAR, encompassing the lands to the south and west of the Capital City of Karosgrad, shepherded by Adelric Bishop Reinmar. DIOCESE OF FREIMARK, encompassing the County of Freimark and surrounding lands, shepherded by Erhard Bishop Freimark. ☩AD MAIOREM DEI GLORIAM☩ FOR THE GREATER GLORY OF GOD
  3. A monk in a sackcloth robe dropped a letter off at Primrose's residence. Upon inspection, the red wax on the envelope would display the seal of the Holy See, the personal coat of arms of Everard VI. "To Doctor Primrose Gendik, Thank you for writing Us. We are always pleased to hear from members of Our flock, and are happy to address the concerns that you listed in your letter. Before We address them however, let Us first personally thank you for your assistance during the attempt on Our life in Providence. Know that We have kept you in Our prayers since that day, and hope that you remain in good health. Firstly, let Us state that excommunication is not something that We give unjustly. All who We have excommunicated have committed a great evil in one way or another. Simon Pruvia, one of Our first excommunications, was discovered to be a servant of Azdromoth. Your former husband, Arlo Cooper, was guilty of attempting to murder Cardinal Basil. Philip and Anastasia, who We have excommunicated twice now, schismed, tried to take Our life, and conspired to take the life of Philip Aurelian in order to seize the Orenian throne. When We issued Our latest excommunication of Philip and Anastasia, We made it clear that this excommunication was only for them directly, and for those who cursed the Church or betrayed it for issuing this just judgement. We recognize that there are many within the Empire who remain quiet and serve for survival, not because they are willing to ignore the crimes of Philip and Anastasia. We understand that survival is a a basic human instinct, one that is ingrained within each and every one of us. However, faith demands us to grow beyond Our instincts. After all, can it be instinct that causes us to believe in a God that We cannot see, or one we cannot hear unless He reveals Himself to us? Then, all Canonists have a choice: continue as they have for survival's sake, or put their faith in the same God that created us all and work to see His justice prevail. We would urge all who read this letter to choose the latter, for their reward in the Seven Skies shall be great. To answer your question, We cannot rightfully judge those who choose the former, unless they do so whilst committing blasphemy or preaching heresy. There is a great difference between quietly surviving and loudly supporting the Anathemata. While We shall not excommunicate those who signed their name to that letter, We shall also keep close watch to see who has done so for survival, and who has done so to blaspheme against God or against the Church. Unless your husband has done the latter, he shall not be excommunicated. As for the matter of the allegations against Charlotte Augusta, you can trust that We shall be conducting an investigation into the matter, as We conducted an investigation into the accusation of attempted murder against the Anathemata. Should Our investigation conclude that such an event occurred, then you may be assured that Our reaction shall be swift. Keep God in your heart always, and know that Our enemy is and always shall be evil and injustice. May God bless you, and grant you peace. Pontifex Maximus Everardus Sextus"
  4. To Presbyter Ileana, We shall pray for your swift recovery, as this recent influx of fanmail that We have received is too much for Us to handle alone. Return as soon as is possible. Pontifex Maximus, Everardus Sextus
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  6. To Father Trevor, Let Us set the record straight then: Owyn is a farfolk. Pontifex Maximus, Everardus Sextus
  7. To whoever wrote this, We hate this. Pontifex Maximus, Everardus Sextus
  8. To Father Stor, Thank you for your letter. If you wish to retrieve a copy, please issue a request to the Pontifical Librarian, Presbyter Ileana. We have not yet had a chance to deliver the Handbook of Sin to Father Clemens yet either. Pontifex Maximus, Everardus Sextus
  9. PONTIFICAL LETTER WRIT OF DISSOLUTION: OF THE SACRAMENT OF MATRIMONY Most Beloved Brethren, Health and Pontifical Benediction. We have issued many dissolutions during Our pontificate, yet each brings to Us the same amount of sorrow as the last. We truly believe in the holiness of Marriage, yet understand that there are circumstances in which unions are insupportable and cannot continue. Therefore, We hereby declare the union of Prince Andrik Nikolas and Princess Nikoleta Barbara, void, dissolved on grounds of the risk of harm to and endangerment of parties within the marriage. All children produced by the marriage shall remain legitimate before God's eyes. We do pray for each of the pair and hereby demand that each seek Our permit before entering any future unions. May God bless them. Dei gratia, Sanctitas, Papa Everardus Sextus ☩AD MAIOREM DEI GLORIAM☩ FOR THE GREATER GLORY OF GOD Fifteenth of Harren's Folly, 1855
  10. To Father Harold, Thank you for your letter. Our polos are Our favorite casual wear, and We would hate to lose them. We shall send an acolyte soon to collect them. Pontifex Maximus, Everardus Sextus
  11. ENCYCLICAL LETTER OFFICIUM AD DEUM DUTY TO GOD OF THE HIGH PONTIFF EVERARDUS SEXTUS Addressed to the Anathemata. A response to an open letter. HIS HOLINESS EVERARD VI, High Pontiff of the Church of the Canon, Archbishop of Visigia, Successor of the High Priesthood of the Church, Supreme Pontiff of the Church of True Faith, Keeper of the Canon, Missionary to Aeldin, High Servant to the Exalted's Testaments, Humble Servant of the Faithful and Vicar of GOD. “Their enemy is Vargengotz the Destroyer, who rules from his capital, which was the holiest city. And in his army are Vargengotz’s slaves, the tyrants and the treacherous, and his false servants, Justice, Glory, and Reward.” (Auspice 2:33-34) Everard VI, Pontiff not through usurpation but through ordination of God, to the Anathemata, not rulers but children at play. Breaking from the Church has never been a worthwhile venture for previous Emperors. Simply look to your namesake Philip I, who deposed High Pontiff Theodosius II only to be forced to commit suicide and detonate his own city, and his empire with it, a few years later. Look still to your own humiliation after your failed schism. You, who believed that We had organized a coalition, so wantonly and childishly attempted to take Our life with the Prince of Savoy and, upon your realization of your mistake, were forced to march through the streets of Karosgrad as waste and insults were thrown at you. We must congratulate you on your achievement! Never before has an Orenian ruler been humiliated in such a way! Rulers who claim to be as faithful to the Church as yourselves should know that it is written in Canon law: “An excommunicant prince who remains in this status for four consecutive years automatically becomes illicit, unless expressly provided for by the High Pontiff. Additionally, Canonists are obliged to make all virtuous efforts to reconvert him, or failing that, to overthrow him.” If you are not aware of this, then do not worry, for We shall teach you. This law was written during the Pontificate of James II, and approved by all the clergy of the time, Ourselves included, and is intended to ensure that Canonist rulers remain so. In case you are unsure what illicit means, let Us put it in clear terms so you may understand. Your four years have come and gone. Your coronation is annulled. You are Emperor and Empress no longer. As for who Leopold Alstion is, he is but one man who seeks to perform his Duty to God per the law of Our faith. Did you think to surprise Us with these letters of his? Leopold Alstion carries with him more faith and honor now than the both of you shall have in your lifetimes. May all Canonists follow his example. Continuing through your letter, yet again you have accused Us of organizing this coalition which has delivered a great thrashing upon you, and yet again Our hands were clean of it. When will you learn your lesson, children? We tire of having to explain it to you. You declared war. You lost the war. Your Crownlands were lost and your men died as a result. We have prayed for the souls of the men you have killed, including that of Philip Aurelian. Have you no shame or sorrow for your deeds? To murder one’s own father, or father-in-law in the case of Anastasia, to send innocent men to die in a war that was not needed requires a heart full of malice and greed. No house built upon murder and deceit shall last; God shall see it fall, as God sees all sinners brought to justice. Let all be as God wills it. Pontifex Maximus, Everardus Sextus
  12. PONTIFICAL LETTER WRIT OF ANNULMENT: OF THE SACRAMENT OF MATRIMONY Most Beloved Brethren, Health and Pontifical Benediction. We write this declaration from Our most Holy Office with sorrow to hear of the dismantling of a union which has lasted many years. Marriage remains one of humanity’s holiest sacraments, inspired through the example of the Exalted Horen and Saint Julia. Yet, after close investigation and discussion, We have come to the conclusion that this union cannot continue. Therefore, We hereby declare the union of Count Vladrick Kortrevich and Lady Margot Baruch, void, annulled on the grounds of their marriage being unconsummated and of marital abandonment, with the spouses not having even spoken to each other for many years. We do pray for each of the pair and hereby demand that each seek Our permit before entering any future unions. May God bless them. Dei gratia, Sanctitas, Papa Everardus Sextus ☩AD MAIOREM DEI GLORIAM☩ FOR THE GREATER GLORY OF GOD Tenth of Godfrey’s Triumph, 1855
  13. Everard sighs upon reading the letter, but gets to work writing letters and arranging meetings.
  14. "We do not control the inner workings of coalitions. There is no one to blame for the war other than the ones who declared it," commented Everard.
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