Following the funeral and interment of the late Queen on Monday, there have been numerous calls for her to be canonised as a saint.
Charles Moore, a Roman Catholic peer who writes for Spectator Australia, believes that the late queen, who was 96 years old when she passed away, is the “ideal person” to receive the honour.
Moore asserts that Queen Elizabeth met both of the technical requirements for sainthood, which the Catholic Church refers to as “heroic virtue,” despite the fact that she did not rule over a territory that was exclusively under the control of Catholics.
In addition to this, Jesus said that “the second is to verify two miracles wrought by prayer to the person concerned.”
In addition to this, the Lad Bible included the number of individuals who believe that the Queen led a life of “heroic virtue” and served the British monarchy for 70 years, up to the day she passed away on September 8, 2022.
Moore continued his reaction to the miracle discussion by saying, “This may take time, but the entire planet is already full of persons who claim the late Queen healed them of this or that.”
As her cult expands, there will be a significant number of posthumous examples that surface.