Tuesday, March 02, 2010


In The Telegraph at the weekend:

'I pray twice a day. I am not keen on the current abortion law. And I admire Pope Benedict. As far as I am concerned, the Church needed a tug in the direction of greater respect for tradition.'

Not sure my Scots neighbours will agree, but Top Bloke in my book.

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Blogger Miss Ellen E. said...

Well, there's a turn up for the books! I'm quite a keen 'armchair football fan' and I had no idea that Fabio Capello was such a 'Top Bloke' I must be reading the wrong papers and the wrong websites etc.

6:42 PM  
Blogger Paulinus said...

Whilst he sounds like he should be salt and yeast to his charges, there is little evidence so far that the ragtag bunch of semi-feral, near-rapists who populate the national team have yielded to his influence, but you never know.

At least he sacked John Terry as captain.

6:52 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Wow well spotted! Thanks for posting.

8:29 PM  
Blogger Simon Platt said...

"Not sure my Scots neighbours will agree..."

I suppose they'll think "he could be worse".

9:34 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Good for him.

10:17 PM  
Blogger Agostino said...

Hi Paul,
Linking in vaguely to Fabio's theme... hope you can support this.
Hope its something Catholics and all pro-lifers for that matter can train themselves to do.
I want to introduce to you catholicvalues.co.uk - a new non-profit making price comparison website. All the revenue we make (less minimal admin costs) goes to pro-life charities. So next time you're renewing your car insurance or any financial service for that matter, if you come to our website and choose your supplier there, you'll save money and know that your transaction has triggered a commission which will go to pro-life causes. Simple. No bother. No catch. Please spread the word. And have a look for yourself!

Kind regards

10:51 AM  

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