December 31, 2015
Christian Democratic Resurgence is a campaign and registered description of the Christian Democratic Party. We are an example of Popular Catholic Action – Promoting and Serving the Common Good.
Our political purpose is to defend the UK’s constitutional democracy founded on Christian principles. Our objective is to mend the broken political institutions with constitutional and electoral reform in order to achieve a system of direct democracy.
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December 25, 2015
On this day – all over our lonely planet, even the remotest and unexpected locations – people join together to celebrate the birth of a child, the Prince of Peace who is to be our King and Saviour. The birth of Jesus and the focus on the Holy Family during the Christmas Feast allows us to celebrate and ponder once again on these fundamentals and truths; the importance of faith and family. Even non-Christians have to reflect, if only briefly, that they are touched by an event of great magnitude even if they do not comprehend that Christmas Day is a Holy Day – that’s right a holi day and not a vacation. The festive season is a feast of joyful celebration and worship. Read the rest of this entry »
December 18, 2015
Now, an interlude for something different. This is not about Charles Edward Chipping the Latin teacher, and later Headmaster, of Brookfield Public School from 1870 – recalled from the 1939 film. It is about James Patrick Hagan and his family, the Mr Chips of Louth in Lincolnshire. It is a sad goodbye to a family business and a reflection on what is happening in our rural market towns. Read the rest of this entry »