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Author, political economist, European expert and ministerial adviser Rodney Atkinson shares his views on the influence of the world’s largest church on Britain.
Church and State never fully separated in Spain and the two are drawing closer together. Should you be worried?
Pope Francis is adamantly opposed to free-market capitalism, and he denies being a Marxist. What does this make him? You need to know the answer!
The pontiff may be alienating some of Europe’s conservative Catholics, but it’s nothing compared to the number of hearts he is winning among the Continent’s secularists and casual practitioners.
It’s not surprising that Venezuela’s Henrique Capriles would look to the Vatican for help.
From October 21, 2013 in Columnists »
In memory of one of the Trumpet’s most redoubtable writers
EU Parliament President Martin Schultz visited the Vatican, invited the pope to address the EU, and invoked the memory of Charlemagne.