Queen Elizabeth II Appalled At Church Of England

Queen Elizabeth unhappy

Richard Eden of the Daily Telegraph has reported that Queen Elizabeth of the United Kingdom, who is also the head of the Church of England, is “appalled” at what has happened to the Anglican Communion.

The usually well-informed newspaper adds that the Queen, who is the Supreme Governor of the C(hurch) of E(ngland), is “also said to have an affinity with the Holy Father, who is of her generation”.

Quite good stuff to hear of the affinity that Queen Elizabeth has for Papa Bene.

This is the kind of ecumenism that I am very embracing of.  Hopefully as head of the Church of England the good Queen can directly intervene more in the affairs the shenanigans that comes out of the Anglican Communion.  Though I doubt this since her post has become increasingly more ceremonial than functional.

But this symbolism is very important and it could probably jolt Westminster, the seat of the Catholic Church in England, to be more accommodating to those Anglicans that wish to revert to Rome.

In July, The Sunday Telegraph disclosed that the Queen had told the heads of a traditionalist group, formed in response to the liberal direction of some parts of the Anglican Communion, that she “understood their concerns” about the future of the 80 million-strong global church.

Saints Thomas More, John Cardinal Fisher, Anselm of Canterbury, Thomas Becket, and Edmund Campion,  pray for us!

5 Responses to Queen Elizabeth II Appalled At Church Of England

  1. Liz says:

    That is becos the QUeen swore an oath to the Catholic faith

  2. Tito Edwards says:


    Could you provide any evidence?

    As Queen of England she is defender of the faith, in this regard, the Anglican faith, not the Catholic faith.

    Unless of course, I missed something.

  3. e. says:

    I think certain folks here and elsewhere should educate themselves concerning the Act of Supremacy and the Oath, the very which are the roots of that horrendous Henrician heresy which proclaimed the King (and, years later, the Queen) as Supreme Head of the Church and Defender of the Faith.

    The very reason why John Cardinal Fisher, St. Sir Thomas More, the 105 Martyrs at Tyburn and all other recusants thereafter were put to death.

    It’s funny that the Queen should be appalled; doesn’t she know that she herself is actually Supreme Head of the Church?

    Hence, the responsiblity and, therefore, the blame falls rightly on her alone as well as her detestable lineage from which that very heresy sprung which hitherto only brought abominable ruin to what once was Catholic England!

  4. Donna V. says:

    e: Queen Elizabeth counts Margaret Tudor, Henry VIII’s sister, as one of her ancestors, but she has Habsburg blood as well. The family trees of the royal families of Europe are ridiculously intertwined.

  5. e. says:

    Donna V.:

    Thanks for the info.

    At this point, I’d rather not dwell on that abomination otherwise known as The Tudors.

    God bless.

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