THIS DAY IN HISTORY: Book of Common Prayer adopted by Church of England
On this day in Tudor history, 9th June 1549, in the reign of King Edward VI, Archbishop Thomas Cranmer’s Book of Common Prayer was used for the very first time.
The Archbishop of Canterbury’s publication was used at Whitsun services all around England.
This was a huge day for the English Reformation as it meant that services were now in English, rather than the traditional Latin.
The British Freedom Party is an unashamedly Christian movement!
We encourage our members and supporters to wear the Christian cross as a symbol of our ancient faith.
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