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Ego Patricius: a Review of “I Am Patrick”

By Brad Miner, Catholic Thing, March 16, 2020 Is there a saint more Catholic than St. Patrick? Yet, as you probably know, the great Apostle of Ireland (and one of that nation’s patrons) wasn’t Irish at all but a Roman Briton, son of a decurion, the mayor/tax collector of the town (possibly... read more

UK health service clarifies policy to deny care to ‘homophobic’ patients

By Christine Rousselle, Catholic News Agency, February 19, 2020 Britain’s National Health Service has clarified a new policy that will allow patients found to be homophoic, racist, and sexist to be denied non-emergency treatment. “A person’s personal beliefs or any historical views... read more

When the Church of England apologizes for speaking against extra-marital sex

Morals are morals, marriage is marriage, sin is sin, and God’s ways are best. And with God’s grace and help, we can live above sexual sin. MICHAEL L. BROWN BLOG January 31, 2020 (LifeSiteNews) – If you read the Bible cover to cover, you’ll see there is no ambiguity when it comes to... read more

Downton Abbey producers forbade any reference to religion. Film will be worse

By Jonathon Van Marens, LifeSiteNews, September 6, 2019 Every so often, a pop culture phenomenon reminds us just how thoroughly we have abandoned our Judeo-Christian heritage in the year of our Lord 2019. The latest example is an upcoming Downton Abbey film, a cinematic accompaniment to the... read more

UK judge who ordered forced abortion was activist lawyer for abortion industry

By Dorothy Cummings McLean, LifeSite News, June 23, 2019 The English judge who ruled that doctors should be allowed to perform an abortion on a disabled woman against her will was a pro-abortion activist lawyer. In a searing editorial for First Things entitled “Murder Disguised as... read more