They have something in common, apart from anger: they believe in a religion that has no connection to morality
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Some bishops are demanding RE as part of the English Baccalaureate. But why? In Catholic schools, 90% lapse
Can a Catholic support environmentalism, or is the modern green movement entirely incompatible with Church teaching?
Isn’t the BBC supposed to educate? Why, then, is it spreading ignorance in this way?
Don’t vote Green, say bishops: they’re in favour of drugs, abortion and gay marriage and against religious freedom
But that’s Australia: surely our own dear Greens are more wholesome? Don’t you believe it
Well, here is a checklist. And it doesn’t include aid
It might sound like a good thing but it is not as straightforward as one might think
Often aid gives power and patronage to corrupt regimes that are the cause of poverty themselves