Tag: Justification

How to Say “Sorry” properly

It appears that at the moment, at least for our Prime Minister, sorry seems to be the hardest word. The letter that Brown has sent to those involved in smeargate expresses regret at the course of events, but stops short

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The Virtue of Celibacy

A fantastic little post has just gone up on Stand Firm, where one of the regular commentors shares his experience of same-sex attraction: I struggled at first, but I felt the call to celibacy early on. And does celibacy work?

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Martin Dudley – Examining his Letter

In the fresh light of day, the letter from Martin Dudley to the Bishop of London reveals where the disciplinary process arrived at and what implications that has for us in our understanding of what the actual outcome of this

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Beyond the Limit

Nadine Dorries is going to name and shame MPs who have voted against pro-life positions. Today’s example is Laura Moffat, who couldn’t even bring herself last year to vote for counselling before women have abortions. Laura Moffatt. Labour MP, Crawley.

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