I said 'was known'.
Unnnnnnnnfortunately, as well as a publicly moral persona, the Bishop also had a private sexual persona. This private self had a relationship with an American woman. This relationship produced a son, Peter, born the same year as me.
As the Irish joke went at the time, at least he didn't sin twice and use a condom. That would have been hypocritical.
In a completely unrelated story with Catholicism at its centre, the
Those newly risking eternal punishment include:
Drug trafficking and consumption (So I guess there is no room here for the difference between the drugs produced by AAPharmacuticalsLtd for pain relief and the little old lady growing a bit of something for pain relief
Scientists who manipulate human genes (I think this is a subject which should be open to educated debate without the hysteria of religion)
Violation of fundamental rights of human nature (Hmmmm, WHO gets to define what the fundamental rights are?)
Those who commit environmental pollution (According to the standards of
Inflicting poverty (Can't disagree with this one)
and now my own personal favorite; Accumulating excessive wealth.
So I am guessing, the
After all, who wants to be accused of hypocrisy?