The Eponymous Flower: Graz Professor Demands Death Penalty for Pope

The Eponymous Flower: Graz Professor Demands Death Penalty for Pope: Graz (kath.net) Richard Parncutt, professor of Systematic Musicology at the University of Graz, recently called for the death of Pope Bene...What an intolerant bigot! A hate crime, surely?Authored by Chris HallRelated articles, courtesy of Zemanta: Beyond bizarre: University of Graz music professor calls for skeptic … Continue reading The Eponymous Flower: Graz Professor Demands Death Penalty for Pope

Gloomy Sunday

Christians have no right to refuse to work on Sundays, rules judge.Since when did the Judiciary deem themselves fit and proper to define theological matters? The presumptuousness of it!Mr Justice Langstaff, a High Court judge says that Christians have no right to decline working on Sunday as it is not a “core component” of their … Continue reading Gloomy Sunday

More Christian Presenters needed on Children’s TV

The BBC have been told to put more Christian presenters on children's TV to 'familiarise' youngsters with different denominations. The study said Christian presenters would 'validate' the feelings of Christian children.  It said this was important for young people in their ' formative years'.BBC children's programmes should include more Catholic, Orthodox and Pentecostal Christians, a … Continue reading More Christian Presenters needed on Children’s TV

Bishop Devine goes for Cameron

Top man!...and rightly so.From the Telegraph:Joseph Devine, the Bishop of Motherwell, said he considered the Prime Minister “out of his depth” and Christians cannot trust him given the “contradiction” between his statements on religious matters and his actions.Spot on Bishop Devine. Cameron has proven he will say any old rubbish to hide his real agenda.He … Continue reading Bishop Devine goes for Cameron