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Called by many the most noble woman living on the planet earth.
She is a model of Royal dignity and majestic bearing.
One of the most positive elements in the world has always been the British way of life. It always amazed other countries of the world. Today the English have forgotten how to be English. But there is hope.
Her life has been more filled with troubles than perhaps any of her predecessors in the long line of Kings, stretching back to the days before the Norman Conquest. She will be remembered as the Queen who forged a new personal link between monarch and people, as did so many of her countless predecessors.
In the mess of the twentieth century, it seemed the old days of kingship were gone. But, with the aid and support of many, and the background of family happiness in the persons of her small children and then grandsons, the Queen has overcome many a difficulty.
If Queen Victoria could come back to-day to see the firm high place her great-great-granddaughter the Queen and her family hold in the loyal affections and esteem of the country and Empire, she would be delighted. And we, especially the youth, ought to remember with grateful regard the great Queen, with a small body and a big heart, who has done so much for Britain.
With a quiet bearing and a deep religious sense of duty, she has maintained the position of the Crown above politics and has in many ways increased the status of kingship. Historians and learned folk know this.
Once received in audience by Ven. Pius XII. May he pray for her conversion to the fullness of Christian unity in the one, holy, catholic, and apostolic Church of Christ.
One God, one Bible, one Incarnation, one Revelation, one Baptism, one Church under the Holy See of Blessed Peter the Roman.
She is a world leader who understands art. The ethical value of art depends, among other things, upon the truthfulness of expression required and the just discrimination between contending interests.
Long may She reign! Rule Britannia!