Archive for December, 2013

Even though this ruling was in New Zealand, it is ominous and disturbing for  us in Britain.  A NZ couple won a ruling for suffering a “personal injury”  and are entitled to compensation because they didn’t have an opportunity to abort their daughter who was born with spina bifida. You may need to re-read this again as […]

We would like to add our tributes to the others that have already been written on the death of Alison Davis, yesterday.  We knew Alison because she had dedicated her life to speaking out for unborn children especially those who were disabled because Alison was born with spina bifida.  Her life was full of faith […]

 FRANCIS XAVIER, ST. (1506-1552). Born in the family castle of Xavier, near Pamplona in the Basque area of SpanishNavarre on Apr. 7, he was sent to the University of Paris1525, secured his licentiate in 1528, met Ignatius Loyola and became one of the seven who in 1534, at Montmartre founded the Society of Jesus. In 1536 he left Paris to join Ignatius in Venice, from […]

Advent Thought


We Have Seen..


**taken from**   by Carder I used to find myself feeling empty a lot. I spent almost seven years riding around on a tour bus chasing a dream. You go out and play a show and people scream and sing along, but then the show is over, and you go back to the bus […]

Advent Bazaar


We are in the last few days before our annual, much anticipated Advent Bazaar and the centre is a hive of activity.  We are looking forward to seeing all our friends and supporters and we hope you will bring new people along as well. If you are able to help with donations towards the day […]

The Choice


Here’s a link to a story where a woman was presented with a cancer diagnosis at 15 weeks pregnant.  Her dilemma is described with all the emotions that one would imagine,  but the wonderful aspect of this particular story is that she refers to her unborn baby all the way through. She acknowledges that she […]