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Sunday, March 26, 2017
Date Posted:
12/22/2000

Contents
Rome’s Paganism
Women in C of E
Rome and Islam
Prudence or Paranoia?
Rwandan Genocide
Christians in Iraq
Last Pope No Saint
Consilium Emendenda
Women, Family Life
Attempt to Whitewash
The ‘Miracle’
Origins of the Tablet
Rome Ruined Education
Rome's Education War
Who The Next Pope?
Rome Robbed Ireland
A Soul for Europe
The Vatican's Silence
Folk Superstition
Rome + Ireland
Vatican + Emancipation
O’Connell and Crown
Blair Signs It Away
Romanising of Ireland
Anglican 'gay' schism
Enslavement of Nation
Pope John Paul II
Anglicans Capitulate
Lose Heritage Forever?
Bishops Rome Burned
Were Reformers Right?
Call Him Antichrist
The Face of Rome
Popish Plot Exposed
Ignore Warning Signals
The Unofficial Visit
Rome’s Slander Refuted
Walsingham Idolatry
Days of Deliverance 14
CHRIST OR ANTICHRIST?
Dr. Paisley's Speech
Days of Deliverance 13
Days of Deliverance 12
DUP Conference Speech
Days of Deliverance 11
Our Samaria
Genocide of Tutsis
E.U. Referendum
London Marathon
Days of Deliverance 10
Irish Confederation
Romes Plotting Exposed
Days of Deliverance 7
Days of Deliverance 6
Cardinal Faces Court
Days of Deliverance 5
Days of Deliverance 4
Days of Deliverance 1
Master of Hundred Arts
Teresa Beatified Info
New Cardinals Named
Swiss Guard Murders 3
Swiss Guard Murders 2
Compromise Theology
The Mysterious Death
Priest Is Dispensed! 3
Priest Is Dispensed! 2
Priest Is Dispensed! 1
An Opportunity
Holy Inquisition Today
Religion of Relics
Ecumenism And Rome
Sir Thomas More
Appeal to the Laity
Williamite Revolution
Romanism Face Lift
Dr. Paisley's Speech
Flogging a Dead Horse
John Paul Marches Rome
Churches and the EU
Inquisitor Ratzinger
Young People Today
Inquisition Alive Well
Dr Paisley Challenges
Next Conclave Looms
The Next Pope?
Rome, Russian Orthodox
Life is Beautiful? II
Woman Rides the Beast
President Putin
The Russian Orthodox
Mrs. Hanssen's Story
Hitler’s Pope Pius XII
BBC Infiltrated by RC
St. Faustina and EU?
Spectre of Opus Dei
The US Priest Scandal
N.I. Executive Fallen!
Cardinal: Murder Trial
Pope names new bishop
Ratzinger Rules Team
Jesuit Blames Bishops
Gays in the Seminary
700-Year Village Ban
Anti-Catholic Film
Icon Of Our Lady
Flirting With Popery
That Man of Sin
Mary Part of Godhead?
Carey Says Farewell
Gerry Adams and Pope
News: Admitting Lies
Catholic Scandals
Bleeding Statues
Chapter + Protectorate
The Hidden Years - 2
The Hidden Years
The Act of Settlement
England Catholicism 3
England Catholicism 2
England Catholicism 1
Rome’s Crusade
What Shall The End BE?
Naïve and Nefarious
Paradise Fauled
Choi Carp or Cavil
Biscuit Or The Mickey
English are Fatherless
Pope Asks Dead…
Aids Cure Pope Claims
Cardinal Double Speak
Bones of Contention
It's A Sex Mad World
Card-Carrying Masses
Rwandan Nuns Convicted
Blair Tells Paisley
All Hail Mary
Purgatory All
Wrong Without Shame
Paedophile Priests
Pope and 'Hellenics'
Road to Damascus
Wholly Rotten Bones
Patron Saint of Web?
Gore's Coup d'état
Buckfast Abbey
Pope Holds To The Lie
Pope's Patience Peters
Internet Intercession?
Dance With the Devil
Set To Die For Faith
BBC or DDE
Anglicans Help RC
Without Portfolio
Knights of the Vatican
Kilo Kicks the Pound
Promote Paedophiles?
Single Eyed Virgin!
Kennedy’s Tune
‘Grubby’ Royal Act
Dr. Paisley Statement
The Age Of Consent
Sins of the Fathers
R.C. Chaplain Cover-Up
Indecent Acts
Paedophile Priests
Pope’s Forked Tongue
Further Blow To Popery
Scarcity of Priests
Rome Beefs Up Politics
Ex-Convent Girl Screen
Forsake the Mass
Top Priority Wrong
'Must Say Sorry'
Outrage With Hospital
Birmingham Brothel
Rome and the Bible
New Vatican Ambassador
Sex Change Vicar
Who's Next In Rome?
Former Pope’s Plans
Catholics Become Kings
MPs Vote For Catholic
Pope Rebukes Cardinal
Paedophile Priest
Sir Thomas More
The Curse of Apathy
Popery Not a Religion
Popery's Impious Head
Queen's Apology: Pope
The WCC Sheds Its Skin
Global Christian Forum
Infall. Sectarianism
Ecumenical Farce!
Papal Lie vs. Truth
Christ or the Pope?
Paedophile Priests
Blair-faced Liars
Book: Battle for God
Antichrist Footsteps
Purification of Memory
The "Antichrist" Buck
Church of Ireland
Pope's "Apology"
Blair and Clinton
Blair, Haider, Hitler
New-Fascism
CITC
"Holy" Nun
Bible and Romanism
Massing and Wining
Aitken and Rome
Satan's Hold
Romanist Attack
Rip in Curtain
Fires of Hell
Carey
Gates of Heaven
Window-Dressing


Rome Beefs Up Her Political Drive In Britain


Viewing these danger signals can the prospect of the King of Popery invading our country and processing triumphantly through it not cause concern to every true patriot?
Dr. Ian R.K. Paisley

The ‘Catholic Union’, the voice of Rome in politics, takes on massive overhaul.

The following appeared in the Catholic Herald, 24th November 2000.

The biggest overhaul in the history of the Catholic Union began this week with the election of a new team to bring Britain’s oldest parliamentary lobby group into the 21st century.

The Catholic Union, founded in 1872 to promote the Catholic voice in politics, is preparing a major new membership drive early next year.

Members hope to take the organisation out of the shadows and allow it to play a more visible and outspoken role in Parliament.

The union, which is also considering changing its name, has already announced the names of its new leaders in preparation for a new era in the organisation’s history.

At the union’s annual general meeting on November 29th, Dr Anthony Cole, of the Guild of Catholic Doctors, will be elected chairman. Jamie Bogle and Angela Gracie will also be elected, unopposed, as vice-chairmen.

Mr Bogle, a barrister, said the union had come through a period of change and reflection and was now preparing to move forward with a new constitution approved by members in general meeting.

‘After the elections at the upcoming AGM, the union will, we hope, move into a new and exciting stage of its development and I hope that more members with skills and interests will become involved and benefit the union, the Church and the community at large’, he said.

Mr Bogle added that the union would be launching a major new drive in early 2001, aimed at increasing interest among parliamentarians and the wider community.

Leo Simmonds, chairman of the membership subcommittee, said the union currently had around 2,000 members.

He added that there had been calls within the union to make the organisation more vocal and more public.

In the past the union has exerted influence by behind-the-scenes lobbying. ‘The quiet word in the a quiet voice in the right ear is a valuable thing’, Mr Simmonds said.

But he noted that the situation in Parliament had changed, with the loss of the Church’s traditional channel of influence – hereditary peers.

‘You have five million Catholics and all have a vote. They need some sort of body to tell them what is going on, so they can make an informed judgement when they come to vote’, Mr Simmonds said.

The union, a consultative body of the bishops’ conference, has in the past advised the bishops on a number of important issues. Its last major report was a submission to the Royal Commission on the Reform of the House of Lords, which expressed scepticism over whether religious figures should be allowed to sit in the Upper House.

It also doubted whether it would be right to allocate seats to Catholics on the basis of their faith and hoped that ‘a reformed system will attract individual Catholics acting with faith and conviction.’

Others to be elected to the union’s council at the end of this month include Gordon Heald, a Catholic opinion researcher, Christopher Graffius, of the British Council and former secretary to Lord Alton, and Stuart Sexton, a Catholic headmaster. A subordinate committee of the union, the parliamentary and public affairs committee, elected Francis Steiner, Maureen Mullally and Dr Ian Jessiman, and its officers.

Adam Smith stated in his famous ‘Wealth of Nations’:

‘The Church of Rome is the most formidable combination that ever was formed against the authority and security of civil Government, as well as against the liberty, reason and happiness of mankind’.

Is it any wonder then that Samuel Taylor Coleridge – philosopher, metaphysician, bard – should have summed up the characteristics of this ‘formidable combination’ with a lucidity and force peculiarly his own?

‘When I contemplate the whole system of the Romish most uncatholic, religion as it affects the great fundamental principles of morality, the terra firma, as it were, of our humanity; then trace its operations on the sources and conditions of national strength and well being; and lastly, consider its woeful influences on the innocence and sanctity of the female mind – on the faith and happiness, the gentle fragrancy and unnoticed ever-present verdure of domestic life – I can with difficulty avoid applying to it what the Rabbins fable of the fratricide Cain after the curse; that "the firm earth trembled wherever he strode and the grass turned black beneath his feet"’

Viewing these danger signals can the prospect of the King of Popery invading our country and processing triumphantly through it not cause concern to every true patriot?

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