Cardinal Archbishop of Westminster

Cardinal Vincent Congratulates Duke and Duchess of Cambridge on the Birth of Princess Charlotte

Following the birth of Princess Charlotte Elizabeth Diana to the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, Cardinal Vincent sent a letter of congratulations to Kensington Palace:

Your Royal Highnesses,

On behalf of the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of England and Wales, I would like to congratulate Your Royal Highnesses on the birth of your daughter, Her Royal Highness, the Princess of Cambridge.  The birth of the new Princess will be a source of joy not only for the Royal Family but for the peoples of the United Kingdom, the Commonwealth and beyond.  I assure Your Royal Highnesses of the prayers and best wishes of the Catholic Church in England and Wales for your new family member.

May Our Lord Jesus Christ bless and protect you all, and may the prayers of the Blessed Virgin Mary and St Joseph intercede for your family.

With all good wishes and prayers,

+ Cardinal Vincent Nichols

President

Catholic Bishops’ Conference of England and Wales

 

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