That crisis pregnancy agency is the type of thing i was expecting really. I have to crack onto this Alive newspaper, sounds like it would be refreshingly unbiased. that youtube clip is ace, could only have gotten more cringe worthy if he started rapping.
thanks to yer comments i'm getting a better picture of this crowd.
It was a different group indeed - I think the person in question tried to run a school of her own because the others weren't religious enough for her.I don't believe it was the CSP, rather it might perhaps have been an organisation centred around an individual. You can google for it if you like, I know Bock the robber and twenty major have written about it.
No need to go to mass where I live. The paper is thrown in the letterbox. I enjoy it. Aside from its traditionalist Catholicism, which I have no objection to, it's pro-worker, anti-globalism, anti-imperialist (very good on Gaza, for example). Unfortunatley has not taken a stand against mass immigration, perhaps it's still influenced by mumbo-jumbo from the bishops about multiculturalism etc. It's free but I'd happily pay for it (it's worth twice what the Irish Times costs).Yeah... the Alive paper is a real hoot. The last one I read was really supportive of Palin. For the very good reason that she is pro life. I reckon whether you are a mass goer or not, it´s worth going just to get your free copy of the Alive paper..
Alive is truly a classic of the genre, from the yoof section to the star columnist...a Priest .The Irish National Party ran in my area in 1997, are they the party referred to above? their local guy was a softly spoken old school Catholic guy.