Sunday, 29 January 2017

The Feast of King Charles the Martyr

Blessed Lord, in whose sight the death of thy saints is precious; we magnify the Name for that abundant grace bestowed on our late Martyred Sovereign; by which he was enabled so cheerfully to follow the steps of his blessed Master and Saviour, in a constant meek bearing of all barbarous indignities, and at last resisting unto blood; and even then, according to the same pattern, praying for his murderers. Let his memory, O Lord, be ever blessed among us, that we may follow the example of his patience, and charity; And grant, that this our Land may be freed from the vengence of his blood, and Thy mercy glorified in the forgiveness of our sins; and all for Jesus Christ His sake. Amen.

King Charles the Martyr, pray for England, Wales, Scotland and Ireland, and for all kings and queens.


  1. What would Charles I say to men who would vassal Britain to a foreign power?

    1. King Chareles I, along with the other Stuart monarchs understood how important it was to maintain an healthy relationship with Europe.