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Topic: Protect the Pope

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

Popular blog to close down after clash with bishop

Deacon ‘sad and disappointed’ at Lancaster decision

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

A BMJ editorial is now saying that our law should pay less attention to the sanctity of human life, and that lives not worth living should be ended: what’s going on?

It’s also saying that brain-damaged and demented people just cost too much: what’s happened to medical ethics?

Did Archbishop Conti criticise Archbishop Nichols for denying that Christians are being persecuted? Maybe, maybe not: but he certainly disagrees with him

Our bishops should make it clearer that they are not trying to disassociate themselves from the Magisterium

The Pope, it seems, has mastered the impenetrable new world of cyberspace

Me? I am still struggling – what on earth is Facebook?

The campaign against the Pope and the Church will be swept away by the visit itself

But the campaign to defend them will, I hope, endure long after the visit is over

We do have a part to play in the Pope’s protection

The priority is to start the fightback over child abuse

Please, let’s not be victims of hate crime

The Protect the Pope website seems to present Catholics as a ‘victim group’. But let’s keep our dignity, and not whine about our rights

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