AM Comment.  The value of watching on television is that the actual event can be seen. A very large and enthusiastic crowd welcomed Pope Benedict XVI to an open air Mass in cloudless autumn sunshine in Glasgow.  As the popemobile wended its way through the crowds it stopped twice for him to wind down the […]

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frgavin on September 17th, 2010

Pope: There are some who now seek to exclude religious belief from public discourse, to privatise it or even to paint it as a threat to equality and liberty. Yet religion is in fact a guarantee of authentic liberty and respect, leading us to look upon every person as a brother or sister. Earlier the […]

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frgavin on September 17th, 2010

Charles Raven writes: 15th September 2010 Pope Benedict’s controversial state visit to the UK begins tomorrow, but even before his arrival two facts are clear. The first is that it is bringing into focus the extent to which Christian values have collapsed in British society and the second is that, despite the much publicised sexual […]

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frgavin on September 15th, 2010

Christchurch XP members ready to dedicate new facility By Allison Griffin September 11, 2010 That Christchurch XP has flourished in its five years of existence — without having a church facility to call its own — is both a blessing and a testa­ment to the faith of its members. Now, the Anglican parish is […]

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Hilarion praises Global South stand on marriage. Absence of heresy deplored. Our Church must sever its relations with those churches and communities that trample on the principles of Christian ethics and traditional morals. Here we uphold a firm stand based on Holy Scripture. By David W. Virtue In a groundbreaking address at Lambeth Palace […]

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Traditional marriage has been taken to the polls 31 times and has won each time. So the homosexual movement resorts to judicial activists to impose its agenda. John Horvat writes: In the history of war, we can observe many cases of battles where someone mistakenly sounds the retreat when victory was in sight. This seems […]

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Encourages Christians to reinforce faith as foundation for culture By Kathleen Gilbert VATICAN CITY, September 13, 2010 ( – All legal recognition of “alternative” means of pursuing a family life, such as homosexual “marriage” and civil union laws, threatens to undermine the true model of marriage as the permanent bond of one man and one […]

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