Queen Elizabeth II – how Christian? Comments from a friend in Wales

Steve and Janet:

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All of us here in Great Britain (and the world) have had a week of being told how good a Christian the Queen was.

But you be the judge. She claims to be the head of the Church of England, and her signature is on the abortion bills in Australia, the United Kingdom, Canada and New Zealand — the same with same-sex marriage too!

Next year we will have the coronation of King Charles who is a New Ager who is now being represented as a Christian though married to a divorced woman and crowned by an Archbishop who refused to call gay sex, a sin.

Charles said he would not have the title of “Defender of the Faith, but rather, “Defender of Faith.” Very different indeed.

Don’t let the pageantry fool you. You weren’t so foolish in 1776.

Your Catholic friend from Wales, Great Britain

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After some pushback from a few good Brits, my friend from Britain responded:

“The monarch has the duty and prerogative to sign all bills into law. A constitutional monarchy has the right to refuse and can even dismiss the government.

Baudouin a good Catholic abdicated for the day and sent a clear message,this conflicts with my Catholic Faith

The Queen put family and dynasty first and they call themselves The Firm.

In Canada, Australia and New Zealand and the 11 other realms the Governor general represents the Crown and signs using the Queens name.

It’s called the Royal Assent and a key constitutional principle of our unwritten constitution…

Same sex marriage and women’s ordination signed into law by her signature too.

Best wishes, Your friend from Wales”

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This Post Has 3 Comments

  1. chris griffin

    Great and truthful article. I don’t understand the rush to praise the departed Queen.
    “The first shall be last and the last shall be first.”

  2. Rita Vessey

    It is very sad that so many world leaders claim to be Christian but they don’t show it throughout their lives many are followers of the culture of death

  3. chris griffin

    But, if the laws of the State are manifestly at variance with the divine law, containing enactments hurtful to the Church, or conveying injunctions adverse to the duties imposed by religion, or if they violate in the person of the supreme Pontiff the authority of Jesus Christ, then, truly, to resist becomes a positive duty, to obey, a crime; a crime, moreover, combined with misdemeanor against the State itself, inasmuch as every offense leveled against religion is also a sin against the State. Pope Leo XIII, Sapientiae Christianae, 10. January 10, 1890.

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