Is Labour becoming the anti-Catholic party? Young Labour’s vice chairman, Conor McGinn, thinks so. He has resigned his position, offended by what he saw as the anti-Catholic attitude surrounding the recent Human Fertilisation and Embryology Bill. This was most stridently articulated by the Labour MEP Mary Honeyball, who asked: “Should devout Catholics such as Ruth Kelly, Des Browne and Paul Murphy be allowed on the government front bench in the light of their predilection to favour the Pope’s word above the government’s?”…(Source)
This is a good thing. People are starting to come out of the closet and tell us what they think of Catholics. Good for them. That might be just what the doctor ordered to all the sleeping Catholics who go to Church on Sunday. Keep talking Mary. Nice and loud so we can all hear you, you anti-Catholic bigot.