an Anglican I was most interested in reading about the Catholic view _of the present royal brouhaha.
Who can blame the Catholics for taking a tiny bit of pleasure at the discomfiture of a Royal Family that has so resolutely kept them at bay?
Who among the great Catholic families of this country could have failed to be offended when, in Charles's bachelor-about-town days, even the mention of a Catholic consort sent the tabloids into anti-Papist tirades?
With hindsight, of course, Lady Diana Spencer was far more ill-suited for our future King Charles than any Spanish Princess of Catholic faith.
A little less arrogance and unChristian prejudice on the part of our Parliament and press would have prevented the present crisis that would end one of the richest traditions shaping our lives.
Albert Sarjent London