Extraordinary news this weekend as Cardinal O’Brien, the most senior Roman Catholic priest in the United Kingdom, admitted “ there have been times that my sexual conduct has fallen below the standards expected of me as a priest, archbishop and cardinal”. The response from some parts of the media has been almost gleeful.
Cardinal Keith O’Brien, . . . → Read More: Cardinal O’Brien – What’s the Real Issue?
Not that we want to commend the Daily Mail as a paragon of impartial journalistic integrity, but well done today for exposing the monster that is Stephen Green.
Caroline Green was often punished by her husband Stephen for failing to be a dutiful, compliant wife, but his final act of violence against her — the . . . → Read More: Stephen Green Exposed
It’s official! Amazed I miss this one last week.
Scientists at the School of Family Life at Brigham Young University, in Utah interviewed 2,035 married people about when they first had sex with their partner.
Analysis of the results showed that couples who waited until marriage before having sex enjoyed a much healthier relationship with . . . → Read More: Celibacy Whilst Unmarried Leads to Better Sex
Been promising to write this for two days and finally now have the time.
As we all know, the Pope has said some things in a new book which have caused a flurry of media excitement. The BBC demonstrates very clearly the response of many on hearing the headlines (but not the contextual substance) of . . . → Read More: Condoms!
Mine will be slightly different then Napoleon’s. Gayle and I are going away for a few nights together, then I’m leaving for a fortnight of just me and God and the English countryside.
As in the summer, apologies if your comments end up in a spam filter – I’ll get through them . . . → Read More: Retreat!