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United Kingdom from Chantele

Love the saying on this one :-) Chantele and her partner Jonathan blog at http://twoheartsoneroof.com and run a photography company at http://www.crossjonesphotography.com. Love your work guysd! 9 more words


British Lesbian Bridges Gap Between Catholic and LGBT Communities

For this blog, which covers Catholic LGBT issues, we usually think of it as important news when an LGBT person achieves some positive recognition by a Catholic institution.   522 more words


Photos of St Andrews Anglican Church, Epworth, UK

Samuel Wesley was rector of St. Andrews Anglican Church in Epworth, UK. When in Oxford, we made the short drive from the Old Rectory down the street to the parking area near the church. 138 more words


Rev. Graham Carter remembers Wesley sermon in Epworth

When Samuel Wesley died, the Wesley family moved from the Old Rectory in Epworth. John Wesley returned to the town where he grew up and preached to the town’s people. 21 more words

John Wesley

Major Crackdown on Internet Free Speech and Anonymity begins

Lord Best has called for those who use social networking sites, such as Twitter, to be put on a special ‘register’ so that the police can put them away – probably for many decades – if they commit any thought crimes. 281 more words

Will S. reblogged this on Will S.' Anarcho-Tyranny Blog and commented:

As if using a social network automatically makes you more liable to be a 'revenge porn' poster... Just a pretext for tyranny.

43 Days of Wanderlust: City #41

Cape Town

Isn’t it beautiful? Who wouldn’t want to visit there?! This famous city has become quite the tourist destination which is why it isn’t higher on my list, although some of my top cities are major tourism hubs. 398 more words