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Drawing The Line

My prompt for today is; Drawing The Line.

I know there are various interpretations of this but, I am going to address the one that totally affected my life. 213 more words

True Life

On Annulment, Commissioner's Hearing, and Court Staff Kindness

July 24 to July 28, 2017 is my third week of work in a Makati full service firm. I was tasked to interview a client regarding an annulment case that he wishes to file. 776 more words

New Lawyer

More about Bai Macfarlane

As I said yesterday, Bai Macfarlane has resources available for Catholics who wish to defend their marriages in an annulment proceeding. Her website, Mary’s Advocates, 333 more words


But what about abusive marriages?

When people learn that I oppose no-fault divorce, some will say, “You have forgotten about abusive marriages.” When the Ruth Institute, the organization that I lead, describes itself as “The World’s Only Campaign to End Family Breakdown,” we hear again, “But what about abusive marriages?” 805 more words


The Vow

One distinction that the Philippines holds is that it's the last country where divorce is not allowed. A lot of people think that it should not be so but I for one believe that it should be so and, yes, my being a Catholic has everything to do with it. 1,073 more words

Laziness: Not A Ground For Annulment

When it comes to marriage, there are people who are big on happy endings. Unfortunately, your partner’s weaknesses can lead you to saying goodbye to your happily ever after.

Exclusive: race/homophobia accusations and denial in Ealing council selections

Ealing Labour council candidate selections have been problematic for some time. In February, a story broke about unreasonable hurdles placed in the path of candidates that seemed clearly designed to prevent Corbyn supporters being selected – and which resulted in… 1,273 more words