Church has ‘dealt with’ Meghan Markle’s divorce, Archbishop of Canterbury says

Feb 23, 2018 by

By Rhiannon Mills, Sky News: The Archbishop of Canterbury says Meghan Markle’s divorce is something the Church of England has “dealt with” in the same way it would with any other couple. Speaking as he prepares to officiate at Meghan’s wedding to Prince Harry in May, the...

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Saintly Ann Widdecombe blasts Meghan’s Church of England conversion

Feb 12, 2018 by

by Andrew Pierce, Mailonline: During her sojourn in the Celebrity Big Brother house last month, the redoubtable Ann Widdecombe controversially branded Prince Harry‘s future wife, Meghan Markle, ‘trouble’. When asked why by fellow contestants in the Channel 5 reality TV show, she...

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The Coronation: the spellbinding history of Queen Elizabeth II’s crown

Jan 14, 2018 by

by Ellie Harrison, Radio Times: In this remarkable documentary, the Queen is reunited with the weighty symbol of monarchy she’s only ever worn once. When the Queen was crowned on 2 June 1953, the nation gathered to witness the extraordinary day, crowding around television sets that had sold in...

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How the Queen – the ‘last Christian monarch’ – has made faith her message

Dec 26, 2017 by

by Catherine Pepinster, Guardian: To the royal household, it is known as the QXB – the Queen’s Christmas broadcast. To millions of people, it is still an essential feature of Christmas Day. To the Queen, her annual broadcast is the time when she speaks to the nation without the government...

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Prince of Wales to UK Christians: “Do not take your rights of freedom of worship and freedom of expression for granted”

Dec 21, 2017 by

by Archbishop Cranmer: The Prince of Wales has visited London’s Melkite Greek Catholic parish, based at St Barnabas Church in Pimlico. Coptic Orthodox Bishop Angaelos was in attendance, along with Syriac Archbishop Athanasius Father Aphrem, Fr Shafiq Abouzayd and Canon Robin Gibbons. Prince...

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Anglicans’ real views on Prince Charles and the coronation oath

Dec 14, 2017 by

Letter to The Guardian: The National Secular Society must speak for its own members, estimated at 7,000–10,000. They don’t disclose figures themselves, but this number would fill two or three of our 42 cathedrals. Their claim to speak for members of the Church of England when they say that Prince...

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