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The Free French led by General De Gaulle sought sanctuary and support in London while a fascist Vichy regime led by Marshall Petain ruled in southern France.

We need to see how social justice matches the pro-life cause and how abortion is antithetical to social justice.A local reporter went and asked various priests what they thought of the document. The reporter said another was “Basically a Democrat” in the way he relativized what the bishop said.When other bishops have written on the importance of social justice I bet a reporter could find a priest in their dioceses whom he could describe as “Basically a Republican” in the way he relativizes what the bishop says. What about the use of waterboarding or torture on terrorists? Are we destroying the environment for ourselves and future generations?Just last year, the UK's Commons Foreign Affairs committee said it was wrong to speak of 'the special relationship' with the U.S., as the superpower was fostering other alliances.In a recent election cycle, a bishop issued a good pastoral letter indicating the weight of various political issues.

He said abortion was most important and pointed out how Catholics cannot in good conscience vote for a pro-choice politician even if he seems good in other areas.

S., competing with the 'special relationship' enjoyed by the UK.

Obama now turning on the charm with France may be an indication that the tides of influence are once more changing.

French sailors aboard one of the battered battleships attempting to put out a fire after being attacked by the Royal Navy.

France lost more than 1,000 men that day and historians have referred to it as their 'Pearl Harbour'Following the French Revolution of 1789, Washington recognised the new government but remained neutral.

(Other Catholics had legitimate disagreement on his economic policies so they weren’t that much more radically Catholic.) I remember talking to a Catholic businessman who seems to think we can let the poor fend for themselves. In the Catholic blogosphere, on the other hand, the left pushed many anti-Benedict blogs a few years ago and now the right pushes anti-Francis blogs.