Commentary on the 2020 General Election

As Christians, we are being progressively silenced by the media and political classes –led by Fine Gael – and denied access to public debate. If we speak out the attitude is – “put up, shut up and pay up”. However, Christian values matter in underpinning the common good, our societal relationships and our lives as there is no true morality without God / Christianity.  The ultimate reality is God, not science and Christianity will not be going away. It is fully integrated with the belief that Ireland is a sovereign nation with a glorious history, heritage and culture.  We hope that the Fingal electorate understands that the Christian faith is… Read More

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Destruction of our Christian (and Nationalist) Heritage and Tradition.

Our Irish political class, media and elite think Christianity is a spent force, that they know “better” and further are disrespectful and even angrily dismiss it when mentioned. Their message is that the people will no longer be regarded as independent transcendent human beings made in the image of God, but are instead pliable materially bound creatures that need to be “ruled / governed!” by them. They view us as no longer deserving of self – governance and need to be taken “care” (control?) of by them, and in return we are required to acknowledge that they are now our primary masters in thought, word and deed. The political class… Read More

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Summary of proposals re Relationships and Sexuality Education in Ireland

There are currently two different Sex Education proposals in process in the Oireachtas 1) Provisions of Objective Sex Education Bill 2018 Proposals include: equal treatment of LGBTI sexuality; contraception and abortion dealt with on a factual basis to be delivered regardless of the (religious) ethos of a school. This is a Private Members’ Bill going through the Dail sponsored by Solidarity–PBP TDs. The Bill has so far received all-Party support in the Dail and has radical sex education proposals. i) The next Stage of the Sex Education Bill is Committee Stage at the Select Committee on Education and Skills which comprises 7 TDs chaired by FF TD Fiona O’Loughlin. There… Read More

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Comprehensive Sexuality Education (CSE) Programmes

Kinsey Institute CSE originated with Alfred Kinsey who engaged in criminal experimentation on children and collected data from some of the world’s most notorious pedophiles to arrive at his conclusions. Kinsey founded the Kinsey Institute in 1947 and together with Playboy and Planned Parenthood, created the Sexuality Information and Education Council (SIECUS) in USA in 1964, which has become the most significant driving force behind the CSE pornographic sexuality education. Comprehensive Sexuality Education (CSE) programmes CSE programmes seek to change the sexual norms of society, are pornographic in nature, promote sexual rights at the expense of sexual health, and generally promote the following – –Promote sexual pleasure as a right… Read More

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Divorce Referendum 2019 – Vote “NO”

The Referendum if passed will give all future power to our politicians to legislate for Divorce without any restraint; while a reduction from the current 4 year waiting period living apart from 4 years to 2 years is being proposed by the Government in legislation now, nothing would stop them legislating for ‘quickie divorces’ in the future. If the 4 year waiting period is removed it would further weaken the social commitment to Marriage in Ireland, which is already seriously weakened by the culture of individual choice. Cohabitation has increased fivefold in Ireland since 1996  when Divorce was introduced and 35% of children in Ireland are now non-marital, 40% in… Read More

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The European and Local Elections 2019

The European and Local Elections 2019

The European and Local elections will take place on Friday May 24th. In addition, we will be asked to change our Constitution on Divorce. We would like to make the following observations: This country is in a precarious state, as follows: The continued attack on the family with the referendum proposals on Divorce, which would further weaken marriage in Ireland; 35% of children in Ireland are non-marital and 40% in the Greater Dublin area, with all the negative impacts this will have on their lives. Christian values are being increasingly persecuted e.g. proposals to remove all Christian symbols from hospitals, such as Crosses which provide consolation to ill and dying… Read More

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