The coronation of the Prince of Wales will be a "multi-faith" event.
Prayers and readings from other denominations and religions, including from the Muslim, Sikh and Jewish faiths, are expected to be included in the ceremonies marking Prince Charles's accession to the throne.
Canon John Hall, the Dean-elect of Westminster Abbey, said that the traditional Church of England coronation service must be revised to reflect society's changes since the Queen's coronation in 1953. As dean, he will be on the committee responsible for drawing up the service.
"The coronation service needs to find the right way of including people of other faiths," Canon Hall told The Sunday Telegraph. "It must be different in some ways because of the nature of society and how things have changed."...
Ignoring the repulsion that I feel in answering your post 33k (I'll barf later), I simply must point out your typical penchant for a Machiavellian style of English facism and narrow-minded hyprocrisy, which you do so well. While it is unfortunately true that a Catholic may not be King nor Queen (So far at least!) of GRAPE Britain (The real reason the English monarchy wears purple!), you are now telling me that a Catholic may not organize the parade of zoo creatures and inbred flops in 17th century drag that will traipse throughout the whole sorry affair? Please 33k...have a heart...some Catholics are British too!
I'm not ordinarily a huge defender of Rome, but given that the coronation is supposed to have contributions from a number of religions, I'm not quite sure it's fair to call the guy calling the shots "Catholic" in the stricter sense of the word.
Of course, the real issue here is that the house of Saxe-Coburg-Gotha is not the rightful kings of England.....and especially not of Scotland, Wales, or northern Ireland. :^)
It's a little bit more than telling people where to sit, isn't it Lance?
The Buck House website says "The Earl Marshal is responsible for organising the Coronation. Since 1386 the position of Earl Marshal has been undertaken by The Duke of Norfolk. It was the sixteenth Duke of Norfolk who was responsible for The Queen's Coronation (1953). He was also responsible for the State funerals of Sir Winston Churchill (1965), as well as the investiture of The Prince of Wales (1969)."
Given the monarch is supposed to swear alliegance to the Protestant Reformed Faith established by law it is quite wrong to give this role to a Papist.