When King Carlos III acceded to the throne after the fatality of Queen Elizabeth on September 8, 2021, he presumed all the obligations that stem from the placement. That consists of, among several, his duties as the Supreme Guv of the Church of England, with the power to appoint archbishops, bishops as well as sanctuary deans on the recommendations of the Head of state.
Amongst the questions the Archbishop of the Church of England will ask King Charles when he is sworn in at his crowning in May are: “Will you maintain to the best of your power the Laws of God as well as the true occupation of the Gospel? Will you keep to the best of your power the from your power in the United Kingdom the Protestant Reformed Religion established by legislation? Will you maintain and maintain inviolably the establishment of the Church of England, as well as the teaching, worship, discipline and also federal government of the very same, as established by law In England?”.
At his coronation in 1953, King Charles’s mother Elizabeth replied, “I promise to do all this,” when it was time to take her oath. Now, the late Queen Elizabeth II’s former pastor is talking out about Charles’ multireligion as well as multiculturalism, alerting that such views could indicate the end of the British monarchy.
Queen Elizabeth’s previous chaplain is concerned about the direction King Charles will certainly take relating to the church
Gavin Ashenden, who served as Elizabeth’s chaplain for 9 years, worries that it is seeing a really slow gradual shift from being a Christian monarchy to a multi-religious one, while acknowledging just how Christianity is increasingly being pressed out of the mainstream. Ashenden goes additionally and speaks straight to King Carlos III: “If you don’t protect Christianity today, we will certainly shed it from this country.”
As for the way King Carlos III will lead his reign, the former pastor claimed: “There are two methods to do the monarchy, one is the good variation. And the various other is the practical variation. I recommend the realistic variation of being a Christian majesty and also support Christian ideas prior to Christianity is pushed out of the general public square”. Ashenden was the same one who left his post as the queen’s chaplain after being challenged by authorities for speaking out against chanted petitions from the Koran during an Epiphany solution at St Mary’s Cathedral.