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Royal Martyr

Richard Perrinchief

Royal Martyr

or, The Life and death of King Charles I.

by Richard Perrinchief

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Published by Royston in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Charles -- I, -- King of England, -- 1600-1649.

  • The Physical Object
    Pagination311 p.
    Number of Pages311
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16026614M

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      Our own, our royal Saint - John Keble, 'King Charles the Martyr'. Keble's words are a beautiful expression of the Royal Martyr's place in the native piety of Anglicanism. The Royal Martyr is "our own". The reformed ecclesia Anglicana, of course, had its martyrs before 30th January Cranmer, Latimer, Ridley. But their martyrdom pre-dated Author: Laudable Practice.   The royal martyrs bore it all with great fortitude, strength of spirit, true Christian humility and total acceptance of the will of God. They sought solace in church services, home prayers and spiritual reading.

    Selective Writings Of TheHoly Royal Martyr Tsarina Alexandra, Empress of Russia,(Taken from “The Garden Of The Heart”, all written in )The Mystery of Sorrow”It will steady our faith and help us to trust in times of suffering and trial if we understand that nothing is purposeless, nothing accidental, that nothing is meant to harm us, that everything is intended to help us toward . Variations in the State Prayers. The "State Prayers" in the Book of Common Prayer appear towards the end of both Morning Prayer and Evening Prayer. There are two: "A Prayer for the King's Majesty" (or Queen's, as the case may be), and "A Prayer for the Royal Family".


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