May 07, 2022
May 07, 2022
SINCE Simon James Green, the homosexual author of ‘teen fiction’, was prevented from promoting his latest book at a Catholic secondary school, he has been depicted as a victim, a tragic and misunderstood defender of the rights of LGBT+ children. Green likes to present himself in this way. It is how he sees himself. In a recent
May 07, 2022
Secularist ideologies are plunging new generations of people into “an abject state of ignorance” not seen for centuries, the Bishop of Shrewsbury has said. Womanhood in particular is being increasingly coarsened, said Bishop Mark Davies, and there is a growing “dislocation in the life of home and family”. He encouraged the Catholic Church to commit
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