LONDON, UK: Charles Moore, a fellow Roman Catholic, has written a feature article in the Australian Spectator suggesting that the dead Queen would be the most suitable person to be canonized if the UK were a Catholic country. In order to become a saint, a person must meet several requirements. According to the BBC, a person cannot normally become a saint until five years after his death.
Moore, however, believes the 96-year-old king is “the perfect person” to be honored.
According to Moore, while Queen Elizabeth was the Supreme Governor of the Church of England, “she clearly possessed the first of two official degrees of holiness, what the Church calls the ‘virtue of chivalry’. The second is to prove two miracles of made through the intercession of the person concerned.
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Moore wrote: “It may take time, but the world is full of people who believe that the dead queen has cured this or that. As his cult grows, more examples of the afterlife will appear. »
Moore writes that the Church of England has a strange position on sainthood and only accepts pre-reformation canonizations; “He never tried to increase their number (with one important and controversial exception – King Charles the Martyr)”.
“If he was planning to do it, now is as good a time as any to start it. Surely the least person in the world to agree to such a scheme would be Elizabeth herself. But then, the kind of person who wants to be a saint is the kind who shouldn’t be.” become one,” Moore said.
He gave an example of “where the queen, after her death, made a change”.
“My uncle, Tom Oliver, had for a long time suffered from a special anxiety about carrying diseases. He worked hard, usually successfully, to manage this, and lead an active and fruitful life. but his anxiety is compounded by Covid, not least because he has diabetes and because he is busy with big commitments that will put a burden on his wife if he dies or becomes weak. Until this week, Tom almost he had no direct human contact, apart from his immediate family, for over 29 months. He decided, however, that he was indeed a witness to the state’s lies. He traveled from rural Herefordshire and lined up There were thousands of people for 15 hours, never sitting down. He reached Westminster Hall well after dark and saw the coffin. He told me, the amazing experience of grace took away his fear. He left dh his rational attitudes, but he found that what he called “a sense of irrational danger” had disappeared. Quoting the song’s line, “The prisoner jumps off his shackles,” Moore wrote.
Source : nouvellefr.com