Brexit & The Corridors of Power

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Bishop Gracida: Prepare to Live like Catholics under the English Persecution

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I think this is a most insightful commentary, and one that I agree with.  The persecution of Catholics in Tudor/Jacobian England in the 16th and 17th centuries gives us a very clear picture of what it is like to suffer through a Church  that allows itself to be whored out to the opinions, desires, and whims of the powers that be.  This is precisely what many feel has happened to our beautiful Holy Mother Church in recent decades (though they would probably have the decency and good sense not to use such an awful term, but I feel that is the one that is the most descriptive), and we can expect the faithful remnant – a term I was surprised to see Bishop Gracida, whom I had failed to read for many months, using over and over again on his blog – to be treated as badly or worse by…

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The Russell Square “Reformation”

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‘OUR’ NHS? – my new article on NHS privatisation

Source: ‘OUR’ NHS? – my new article on NHS privatisation

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Hogwash: Cameron, Ashcroft, and the steaming pile of Oakeshott

Source: Hogwash: Cameron, Ashcroft, and the steaming pile of Oakeshott

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