Gavin Ashenden

October 25, 2021
Taking the short route to ecstasy has consequences no one foresaw. Who knew? The NHS has found itself dealing with the needs of an increasing number of geriatric cocaine users. Newspaper Headlines proclaim “Cocaine crisis in the elderly: NHS is treating patients as old as ninety with mental health issues due to ‘extreme use’ of
October 12, 2021
Catholics are not bound to be completely supine in the face of distressing blasphemy
September 23, 2021
programme on St Catherine of Siena exposes the BBC's fundamentalist attitude to spiritual wealth.
August 20, 2021
Former Anglican priest Gavin Ashenden is disappointed by the promotion of secular worship by the Church of England
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