A number of people have emailed asking for me a link to the video I did for All Saints a few years ago. Though it is low quality, there are currently three ways to get the video.
i) Go to http://uk.youtube.com/watch?v=NNoaTTGDkSU ii) Download it here iii) Click play below
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McCain might not be the perfect package, but as Cranmer rightly points out, at least he doesn’t vote in favour of infanticide.
Live birth abortion?
Senator Obama voted three times against a Bill which would have outlawed the evil of ‘live birth abortion’.
It is a termination process which involves the . . . → Read More: Cranmer on Obama and Abortion
Jim Hacker Don’t tell me about the press. I know exactly who reads the papers. The Daily Mirror is read by people who think they run the country, the Guardian is read by people who think they ought to run the country, the Times is read by people who actually do run the country, . . . → Read More: Yes Prime Minister!
Despite the fact that I am based in the UK, over a third of the readers of this blog are based in the USA. From time to time therefore I address issues that aren’t directly pertinent to the UK, but will probably be of direct interest to my American readers.
As well as next Tuesday . . . → Read More: Yes on 8, No on Prejudice
This handsome chap is my son Reuben. Reuben has recently transited to that major milestone in any parent’s life – sleeping through the night.
We decided last week that he was old enough (having begun solids two weeks earlier) to get through the night by himself. Since he didn’t now need us for food . . . → Read More: We have our nights back (and it appears our days)!!!
A great post, in particular the last paragraph.
Contradictory signals from down under, driven by gross ecclesiological revisionism about Eucharistic Lay Presidency. I’m confused, anyway, about the news from Sydney. The fatuous notion that “this will make the diaconate a real diaconate” demonstrates simple but complete ignorance of Catholic order. In those terms all the . . . → Read More: Bishop Alan on Lay Presidency