Pray for England
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Which has just approved the Bill to change the statutory definition of marriage to include unions between sodomists -

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-politics-21346220


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(02-05-2013, 03:34 PM)CatholicMatthew Wrote: Which has just approved the Bill to change the statutory definition of marriage to include unions between sodomists -

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-politics-21346220


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Things will get worse before they get better no doubt  :((
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O Mary, recall the solemn moment when Jesus, your divine Son, dying on the cross confided us to your maternal care. You are our Mother; we desire ever to remain your devout children. Let us therefore feel the effects of your powerful intercession with Jesus Christ. Make your name again glorious in this place, once renowned throughout our land by your visits, favours and many miracles. Pray, O Holy Mother of God, for the conversion of England, restoration of the sick, consolation for the afflicted, repentance of sinners, peace to the departed. O Blessed Mary, Mother of God, Our Lady of Walsingham, intercede for us. Amen.
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That is a beautiful image of our King and Queen CatholicLife.
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A tad optimistic?

" This country’s Parliamentary tradition owes much to the national instinct for moderation, to the desire to achieve a genuine balance between the legitimate claims of government and the rights of those subject to it. While decisive steps have been taken at several points in your history to place limits on the exercise of power, the nation’s political institutions have been able to evolve with a remarkable degree of stability. In the process, Britain has emerged as a pluralist democracy which places great value on freedom of speech, freedom of political affiliation and respect for the rule of law, with a strong sense of the individual’s rights and duties, and of the equality of all citizens before the law. While couched in different language, Catholic social teaching has much in common with this approach, in its overriding concern to safeguard the unique dignity of every human person, created in the image and likeness of God, and in its emphasis on the duty of civil authority to foster the common good."

Pope Benedict to politicians in England, 2010
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