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John (scouse) Hirons
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Quoting: Murray Whyte


What about the Roman Catholics?

Remember that the Protestantism branch of Christianity began in Germany in the early 16th century.

It was started as a breakaway group from the Roman Catholic form of Christianity.




Alright Murray, I come from a typical Scouse family, half C of E the other half Catholic & me throwing metaphorical stones at each of them. As I said C of E is the state religion so that should be the one taught. Other faiths have their own schools & are welcome to open more to teach their faith, ’round my way there are more Catholic schools than state ones, while they recieve some money from the state most of it comes from Rome.

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