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Independent TD Calls Tax Funded Abortion Unethical

IRISH TAXPAYERS DID NOT VOTE TO FUND ABORTION says Carol Nolan, Independent Offaly TD “Public funding of abortion is a gross misuse of taxpayer’s money,” says Carol Nolan, former Sinn Fein and now Independent Offaly TD. Irish people did not vote to fund abortion. Party leaders are betraying their grass root supporters in agreeing to spend taxpayer’s money in this way. Will there be a conscience vote for the withholding of tax by those taxpayers who do not want to … Read More

The Referendum Result & A New Book

The Eight amendment has been Repealed! What should Catholics do now? Many sincere Catholics in Ireland are shocked at the result of the referendum to repeal the 8th amendment to our constitution. Those who campaigned tirelessly, day after day, for a NO vote, feel it particularly. It is a very sad day for Ireland when almost 70% of those who voted, voted to allow the wilful murder, by means of abortion, of unborn Irish children. At The Lumen Fidei Institute, … Read More

Our government wants to legalise the killing of certain innocent children. We, as Catholics, have a duty to stop this!

Although most people are blissfully unaware of it, the week of Friday 19th January 2018, was one of the darkest and most evil weeks in the history of the Irish nation. Grown men and women, many of them parents of children, all of them elected representatives, stood up in the Irish parliament chamber one after the other, to outline the conditions under which they believed that certain human beings, members of our nation, should be allowed to be put to … Read More

The time to come to defend our children from the predators who seek their destruction

Bishop ignores the serious problems within his diocese This week, I would like to thank those of you who have written to Bishop Raymond Browne, the Bishop of Kerry, regarding the promotion of the LGBT agenda to the youth of his diocese. I would also like to encourage more of you to get in contact with him. Bishop Browne has responded by saying: “Be assured that the diocese and I uphold fully the Church’s teaching on sexuality. We seek as … Read More

Cardinal Schonborn creates confusion and contradicts Pope St. John Paul

Confusion Abounds A recent headline in an Irish weekly newspaper stated “Children must be priority when marriages fail – top cardinal”. The article then went on to state “One of the Pope’s closest advisers on the family has insisted that when dealing with marital breakdown, the Church must put the needs of children ahead of a simplistic application of rules.” I have to say that I find this problematic, but first I also want to look at something else this … Read More

A visiting cardinal creates confusion and contradicts Pope St. John Paul

A recent headline in an Irish weekly newspaper stated “Children must be priority when marriages fail – top cardinal”. The article then went on to state “One of the Pope’s closest advisers on the family has insisted that when dealing with marital breakdown, the Church must put the needs of children ahead of a simplistic application of rules.” I have to say that I find this problematic, but first I also want to look at something else this Cardinal adviser … Read More

The Maccabee Solution

Thank You for Your Support – As I begin writing this article we are just one week into our fund raising campaign for ‘The Lumen Fidei Institute’. In just one week we have managed to raise almost one third of our initial target of €25,000. To those of you who have responded so promptly to this call, a big thank you. Your support and encouragement means so much, not just to me, but to my wife and family as well. … Read More

Building a Movement

The Time Has Come. – At the time of writing this article, it is the feast of the Most Sacred Heart of Jesus. Myself and Anthony Murphy have completed our inaugural ‘tour’ of Ireland with a conference in Sligo on Friday 16th June. We have been to Donegal, Belfast, and Derry up in the geographical North of Ireland. We have visited Waterford, Kerry and Cork way down in the South. We have visited Dublin on the East coast and we … Read More

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