The not so Catholic Education Service really show whose side they’re on.

Fr Ray Blake reports on how the CES have taken on Greg Pope as a deputy to Oona Stannard. He is an ex-Labour MP who thinks it’s fine to vote to ensure people who look like the one in the picture here can be legally murdered.

How that makes him even remotely suitable to work for an organisation that tries to claim to be Catholic is beyond me.

If he thinks he can turn his back on basic Christian teaching about the right of life to every human person regardless of age, ability or gender, then how is he trustworthy to decide what is good education for the ones that escape the knife?

I really want to know.

So Catholic home ed parents are left wondering if it means our fight must start up again. Meanwhile I wonder how many Catholic parents whose children are schooled will join us.

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3 responses to “The not so Catholic Education Service really show whose side they’re on.

  1. Pingback: The not so Catholic Education Service really show whose side they … - Christian IBD

  2. Have you seen the CES latest statement?
    I have posted it, without comment as I’m pretty speechless, but John Smeaton has done a critical appraisal…

  3. Kate–oh good grief! I think they are so removed from ordinary people that they don’t get it. They really don’t see why this man voting with an anti-life anti-family Govt might be a bad thing.
    And frankly even if he was pro-life (which his voting record questions seriously) he was a member of a political party that has made it a mission to undermine families, destroy the rights of children and ensure babies get killed.

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