In London…

…extreme left-wing campaigners tried to stop newspapers being printed.

They call themselves “Extinction rebellion”. But they are not rebelling., merely shrieking out the standard leftwing line on a range of issues, and using militant tactics in attempts to stop healthy debate and if possible to wreck Britain’s economy, on the grounds that our industries damage  the world’s ecological balance. 

Meanwhile China mines coal and launches new power stations month by month, and buys up large tracts of land across Africa, establishing ports and transport links on a massive scale, establishing her new empire.

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The Knights and Dames of St Gregory…

…in the diocese of Portsmouth, marked St Gregory’s Feast Day with a Mass at St Edward’s Church, Windsor.

There could be no music – all the restrictions were obeyed. But it was good to get together, in our robes, and to honour St Gregory and be inspired and reminded of our calling as Christians…and the need to re-evangelise our country and to offer the glorious message oi Christ…

We posed for the traditional photograph – robed and masked, a picture for history.

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INTERVIEW: Cardinal Parolin on Lebanon, Vocations, & Potential Papal Travel

In an interview with ZENIT’s Senior Vatican Correspondent and with another vaticanista of Italian news agency ANSA, Cardinal Pietro Parolin has shared with ZENIT moving episodes from his trip to Lebanon.

Following his ordaining of 29 new priests of Opus Dei at the Basilica of San Eugenio in Rome, the Vatican Secretary of State reflected on vocations, when one “is in love with the Lord,” as always being worthwhile, and admitted that while papal trips due to COVID are temporarily not feasible, he knows the Holy Father is eager to embark once able.

Pope Francis called for yesterday, Friday Sept. 4, 2020, to be a special day of prayer and fasting for Lebanon, and to commemorate it, he sent Cardinal Parolin to Beirut to show his closeness to the Lebanese people.

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