The royal wedding itself, outside of being an outlandishly expensive, overly-hyped wedding of two people born into privilege, is being held in the Collegiate Church of St Peter at Westminster (also known as Westminster Abbey) and officiated by Rowan Williams, the Archbishop of Canterbury and the Bishop of London, Richard Chartres. I have a list of questions for the royal family:
The history of carnage, murder and mayhem would take an entire library to document. Even up to the time of the writing of this article sex abuse and cover-ups and other controversies routinely taint the Church of England. Either the royal family doesn’t care or has forgiven the Church of England for its unforgivable crimes. The royal wedding spectacle also manages to tell between 11 and 12 million people in England who aren’t Christian or even Catholic (and this according to 2001 census data) that their religion is not good enough for the royalty of their country.
I very much support anyone’s right to get married and be happy and I wish the royal couple all the happiness any human being deserves. It just seems obvious to any thinking person that the choice of venue is of despicable taste. The royal family should be ashamed of themselves for their not so subtle approval of the crimes committed by the Church of England and shame on the media for glorifying it.