Posts Tagged ‘King Charles’

Anointed to serve

Thursday, May 11th, 2023

We are here to crown a King, and we crown a King to serve. What is given today is for the gain of all. For Jesus Christ announced a Kingdom in which the poor and oppressed are freed from the chains of injustice. The blind see. The bruised and broken-hearted are healed. That Kingdom sets Read more

Anglican royal events orchestrated by Catholic family

Monday, May 8th, 2023

The Earl Marshal of England is little known and rarely seen, but he oversees the world’s biggest spectacles. Queen Elizabeth’s funeral last year is reported to have attracted more than 4 billion viewers, making it perhaps the most-watched event in history. This was the finest moment for the current Earl Marshall, Edward Fitzalan-Howard, more formally Read more

British Catholics attend a coronation for first time since Reformation

Thursday, May 4th, 2023
British Catholics

When King Charles III is crowned May 6 in the gothic splendour of London’s ancient Westminster Abbey, it will be one of the year’s most-watched events. The coronation has attracted controversy—not least over its $125 million price tag during a cost-of-living crisis—even as opinion polls show dwindling public interest in the monarchy. But despite controversies, Read more

Charles and Diana marriage always doomed

Thursday, April 20th, 2023
Charles and Diana

The marriage of Charles and Diana was never going to be successful, says former Archbishop of Canterbury George Carey. Speaking on a new royal ‘docuseries’ the Church of England’s most senior cleric from 1991 to 2002 says he was ‘pitched in to help’ with Charles and Dianna’s marriage. In a frank discussion, he tells ITVXs Read more