By Monte, James; Corcoran Gallery of Art (W.D.C.)
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The requirement to be ‘in communion with the Church of England’ does not mean that the sovereign has necessarily to be a member of the Church of England itself. The first two Hanoverian monarchs were, of course, Lutherans. Rather, the requirement may be satisfied wherever a successor is a baptized and communicant member of Protestant churches ‘which subscribe to the doctrine of the Holy Trinity, and who are in good standing in their own Church’ – the combined effect of the Church of England’s Admission to Holy Communion Measure 1972 and Canon B 15A.
State and Church were conceived as joint partners in the governance of the nation, active in separate spheres of public life: The constitution of this country is composed of two distinct establishments, the one civil, the other ecclesiastical, which are so closely interwoven together, that the destruction of either must prove alike fatal to both. (Bowles 1815: 1) Everyone was deemed to be a member except where Parliament had made explicit provision to the contrary. The law visited civic disabilities on Roman Catholics and Protestant dissenters alike, who were not therefore accepted as full members of the political society.
The House divided and the Measure passed with a substantial three-to-one majority. Such arguments have not been advanced since and the attitudes of the opponents may perhaps now be regarded as the last flicker of the sentiment that the Church of England is subject to the will of Parliament regardless of the faiths of its members. Nonetheless, the formal architecture of parliamentary control remains in place. At the same time, the whole tenor of Church of England governance since 1919 has been, with the exception of the Tithe Act 1936 (which finally brought tithe to an end), one where the Church of England has itself taken full charge of its own affairs.
Billy Al Bengston : (Exhibition) Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Lytton Hall, November 26, 1968 - January 12, 1969 by Monte, James; Corcoran Gallery of Art (W.D.C.)