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Topic: Deacon Nick Donnelly

Was Protect the Pope really divisive? Or was it rather those whom Deacon Nick believed were undermining the teachings of the Church?

Protect the Pope was always feisty, either in defence of the Church against secularist attack, or against enemies of Catholic truth and discipline within the Church

Bishops shouldn’t try to censor the blogosphere, says priest blogger

Fr Tim Finigan says Church leaders should not be using ‘personal standing to squash disagreement’ after blog controversy

You cannot build a truly flourishing or healthy culture which rejects the sanctity of unborn life

It is important to be alive to the cultural implications of living in an age of widespread abortion

Canon John Redford was a great theologian who passionately defended Catholic doctrine

Remembering the gracious priest who worked at the Maryvale Institute for many years

Irish hospital should be challenging new abortion law, instead of meekly caving in to the government

Dublin’s Mater Misericordiae Hospital seems to have accepted the change in the law that could pave the way for abortion on demand

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