Slubgrip’s Special Offer


During the month of January take advantage of a special pre-publication offer on my new book Slubgrip Instructs–the sequel to my previous Lent book The Gargoyle Code. In The Gargoyle Code master tempter Slubgrip writes daily to trainee devil Dogwart–advising him on the temptation of a confused young Catholic, while he struggles to control his own ‘patient’–an older man who [Read More...]

Abortion and Obi Wan Kenobi


In 1914 Agnes Cuff, a flighty and unstable young woman with few prospects and little money found herself pregnant. The father didn’t want to be involved. She was alone, shamed, poor and pregnant. Today she would be encouraged to get herself to an abortion clinic and end the unwanted pregnancy. Instead a little boy was born. English [Read More...]

Miss Sylvia Cotton Writes About Rabbits

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Miss Sylvia Cotton is our latest guest blogger. Miss Cotton is Founder and Headmistress of St Felicity and Perpetua School for Girls in Upper Gusset, Rhode Island. With a Bachelor’s Degree in Home Economics, Miss Cotton is an avid sportswoman, sailor and world traveler. Author of several books on how to raise Catholic young ladies–among [Read More...]

On Priests and Pedestals


The other day I was asked what was the most difficult thing about being a priest and I said I thought it was the fact that people don’t really want you to be a real person. They want you to be Jesus Mary and Joseph. I was exaggerating. However. There is sometimes some pretty weird [Read More...]

The Secular Search for a Savior

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Now that Pope Francis has spoken out clearly against artificial contraception and same sex marriage we can hear the sighs of dismay from the disappointed secular humanists. Oh, how they latched on to this new hope from Argentina! It didn’t matter if they were Catholics or not. They wanted to love him. They wanted to [Read More...]

Catholicism – The Original Mega Church

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View image | Pope Francis’ record breaking visit to the Philippines reminds the world of the sheer power of numbers when it comes to debates about religion. Let the Oxford intellectuals like Dawkins squawk all they want about the evils of religion and the goodness of atheism. They are a fly not even worth [Read More...]