Bradford man receives honour from the Pope

David Kennedy with the award given to him by the Pope for his service to the church

David Kennedy with the award given to him by the Pope for his service to the church

First published in News

A former head postmaster in Bradford is one of only 44 Catholics worldwide to receive a special honour from the Pope to mark his lifelong devotion to the church.

David Kennedy was a ten-year-old boy chorister at Our Lady of Lourdes and St William’s Church in Duncombe Street, Girlington, then aged 27 he became its organist and choirmaster and has led the musical worship ever since.

Now aged 69, Mr Kennedy told of his shock at getting the honour, entitled For the Church and the Pope – the highest praise which Pope Benedict XVI awards independently.

“It was a complete surprise. I only found out about it three weeks ago when a letter arrived,” said Mr Kennedy, of Allerton.

“My wife Jean was giggling as I opened it because she’d known I was getting it for three months.”

Mr Kennedy was recognised for his unswerving contribution to church music at St William’s.

“I’m not an honours sort of person, but it is obviously very important to me,” he said.

“I’ve done some research on the internet and apparently only 44 people out of many millions get this award every year.

“It’s one down from a Papal Knighthood, which is awarded by the Pope and his Cardinals.

“My family are saying it’s an award for turning up at the same church for 60 years!”

A former pupil of St Bede’s Catholic Grammar School, Mr Kennedy rose through the Royal Mail to become head postmaster of Huddersfield and then of Bradford, before becoming Regional Operations Director.

But throughout his professional life he remained at St William’s, giving his time to oversee the church’s spiritual music.

His five children and nine grandchildren are all musical and eldest son Jonathan is also an organist at St William’s.

“When I started we sang the mass in Latin and it was standing room only at every Christmas midnight mass,” Mr Kennedy recalled.

“The numbers may not be what they used to be, but the role of the music remains the same – to be uplifting and free the spirit for those wanting to communicate with God.”

When he was presented with the honour at St Williams, the church was full once again with well-wishers.

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11:00am Thu 3 Jan 13

idleone says...

Good to hear, true dedication and well deserved.
Good to hear, true dedication and well deserved. idleone
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11:40am Thu 3 Jan 13

Prisoner Cell Block A says...

Brill, the Pope holds you in the same esteem as he does the murderous Ugandan regime. Must be well proud.
Brill, the Pope holds you in the same esteem as he does the murderous Ugandan regime. Must be well proud. Prisoner Cell Block A
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12:27pm Thu 3 Jan 13

collos25 says...

A gift from a man who wears dresses and has a dubious past is not my idea of pleasure.
A gift from a man who wears dresses and has a dubious past is not my idea of pleasure. collos25
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12:59pm Thu 3 Jan 13

legallyblonde says...

Congratulations, you must be very proud and I'm sure you will get a lot of pleasure from the award.
Congratulations, you must be very proud and I'm sure you will get a lot of pleasure from the award. legallyblonde
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1:29pm Thu 3 Jan 13

Joedavid says...

collos25 wrote:
A gift from a man who wears dresses and has a dubious past is not my idea of pleasure.
Do you not get out much?
Lots of people in Bradford wear strange religious clothes in Bradford.
[quote][p][bold]collos25[/bold] wrote: A gift from a man who wears dresses and has a dubious past is not my idea of pleasure.[/p][/quote]Do you not get out much? Lots of people in Bradford wear strange religious clothes in Bradford. Joedavid
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1:42pm Thu 3 Jan 13

ANY WHERE BUT HERE says...

Well done, a life of hard work,dedication and family life. An indication of how you make your own luck.
Well done, a life of hard work,dedication and family life. An indication of how you make your own luck. ANY WHERE BUT HERE
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4:22pm Thu 3 Jan 13

EvryDysLkSndy says...

Congratulations, great to see some positive news about Bradfordians in this paper, very well deserved!
Congratulations, great to see some positive news about Bradfordians in this paper, very well deserved! EvryDysLkSndy
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4:24pm Thu 3 Jan 13

RollandSmoke says...

Maybe you could ask the Pope to release some Vatican funds to stop our government victimising the poorest in society in order to further line the pockets of his good friends the Rothschilds through their fraudulent banking and usury scams?
Maybe you could ask the Pope to release some Vatican funds to stop our government victimising the poorest in society in order to further line the pockets of his good friends the Rothschilds through their fraudulent banking and usury scams? RollandSmoke
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4:53pm Thu 3 Jan 13

EvryDysLkSndy says...

RollandSmoke wrote:
Maybe you could ask the Pope to release some Vatican funds to stop our government victimising the poorest in society in order to further line the pockets of his good friends the Rothschilds through their fraudulent banking and usury scams?
I think it's sad that you feel the need to try and take away from the achievements of someone being recognized for doing something positive just to try and make smart remarks about a foreign religious leader. What weight would the Pope's opinion carry with 'our government' given that, under current legislation RC's are the only religious group banned from holding the post of PM? I don't think the fact the Queen hasn't stopped the government 'victimising the poorest in society' takes anything away from the achievements of those Bradfordians she presented awards to earlier in the week - and its her government!
[quote][p][bold]RollandSmoke[/bold] wrote: Maybe you could ask the Pope to release some Vatican funds to stop our government victimising the poorest in society in order to further line the pockets of his good friends the Rothschilds through their fraudulent banking and usury scams?[/p][/quote]I think it's sad that you feel the need to try and take away from the achievements of someone being recognized for doing something positive just to try and make smart remarks about a foreign religious leader. What weight would the Pope's opinion carry with 'our government' given that, under current legislation RC's are the only religious group banned from holding the post of PM? I don't think the fact the Queen hasn't stopped the government 'victimising the poorest in society' takes anything away from the achievements of those Bradfordians she presented awards to earlier in the week - and its her government! EvryDysLkSndy
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5:28pm Thu 3 Jan 13

RollandSmoke says...

EvryDysLkSndy wrote:
RollandSmoke wrote:
Maybe you could ask the Pope to release some Vatican funds to stop our government victimising the poorest in society in order to further line the pockets of his good friends the Rothschilds through their fraudulent banking and usury scams?
I think it's sad that you feel the need to try and take away from the achievements of someone being recognized for doing something positive just to try and make smart remarks about a foreign religious leader. What weight would the Pope's opinion carry with 'our government' given that, under current legislation RC's are the only religious group banned from holding the post of PM? I don't think the fact the Queen hasn't stopped the government 'victimising the poorest in society' takes anything away from the achievements of those Bradfordians she presented awards to earlier in the week - and its her government!
I'm taking nothing away from this man's or anyone else's achievements. I am however well aware of how the three City States (Vatican city, the City of London and the District of Columbia) have been running the world for centuries making vast profits from the people throughout that time.It's time they gave something back. The Queen with her personal wealth equivalent to £16,000 for every man woman and child in the country is not supposed to interfere in our Government, although with David "proud to be a Zionist" Cameron running a Tory party consisting of 80% Conservative Friends of Israel and the Israeli lobby being the biggest lobby in Westminster, I'm not sure how exactly this qualifies as "our" Government. If you look carefully you can see the strings
[quote][p][bold]EvryDysLkSndy[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]RollandSmoke[/bold] wrote: Maybe you could ask the Pope to release some Vatican funds to stop our government victimising the poorest in society in order to further line the pockets of his good friends the Rothschilds through their fraudulent banking and usury scams?[/p][/quote]I think it's sad that you feel the need to try and take away from the achievements of someone being recognized for doing something positive just to try and make smart remarks about a foreign religious leader. What weight would the Pope's opinion carry with 'our government' given that, under current legislation RC's are the only religious group banned from holding the post of PM? I don't think the fact the Queen hasn't stopped the government 'victimising the poorest in society' takes anything away from the achievements of those Bradfordians she presented awards to earlier in the week - and its her government![/p][/quote]I'm taking nothing away from this man's or anyone else's achievements. I am however well aware of how the three City States (Vatican city, the City of London and the District of Columbia) have been running the world for centuries making vast profits from the people throughout that time.It's time they gave something back. The Queen with her personal wealth equivalent to £16,000 for every man woman and child in the country is not supposed to interfere in our Government, although with David "proud to be a Zionist" Cameron running a Tory party consisting of 80% Conservative Friends of Israel and the Israeli lobby being the biggest lobby in Westminster, I'm not sure how exactly this qualifies as "our" Government. If you look carefully you can see the strings RollandSmoke
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5:36pm Thu 3 Jan 13

EvryDysLkSndy says...

RollandSmoke wrote:
EvryDysLkSndy wrote:
RollandSmoke wrote:
Maybe you could ask the Pope to release some Vatican funds to stop our government victimising the poorest in society in order to further line the pockets of his good friends the Rothschilds through their fraudulent banking and usury scams?
I think it's sad that you feel the need to try and take away from the achievements of someone being recognized for doing something positive just to try and make smart remarks about a foreign religious leader. What weight would the Pope's opinion carry with 'our government' given that, under current legislation RC's are the only religious group banned from holding the post of PM? I don't think the fact the Queen hasn't stopped the government 'victimising the poorest in society' takes anything away from the achievements of those Bradfordians she presented awards to earlier in the week - and its her government!
I'm taking nothing away from this man's or anyone else's achievements. I am however well aware of how the three City States (Vatican city, the City of London and the District of Columbia) have been running the world for centuries making vast profits from the people throughout that time.It's time they gave something back. The Queen with her personal wealth equivalent to £16,000 for every man woman and child in the country is not supposed to interfere in our Government, although with David "proud to be a Zionist" Cameron running a Tory party consisting of 80% Conservative Friends of Israel and the Israeli lobby being the biggest lobby in Westminster, I'm not sure how exactly this qualifies as "our" Government. If you look carefully you can see the strings
. . . and I'm sure that's all very interesting, however, the Bishop of Rome is not a regular visitor to St William's. That means that people in the local community have passed on their gratitude for this man's service and hard work so he gets some recognition. Therefore choosing a local interest story in a provincial newspaper to vent your spleen would seem a mean spirited thing to do. There are countless websites where you can discuss these sorts of issues with like minded individuals or, failing that, pop down the students union.
[quote][p][bold]RollandSmoke[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]EvryDysLkSndy[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]RollandSmoke[/bold] wrote: Maybe you could ask the Pope to release some Vatican funds to stop our government victimising the poorest in society in order to further line the pockets of his good friends the Rothschilds through their fraudulent banking and usury scams?[/p][/quote]I think it's sad that you feel the need to try and take away from the achievements of someone being recognized for doing something positive just to try and make smart remarks about a foreign religious leader. What weight would the Pope's opinion carry with 'our government' given that, under current legislation RC's are the only religious group banned from holding the post of PM? I don't think the fact the Queen hasn't stopped the government 'victimising the poorest in society' takes anything away from the achievements of those Bradfordians she presented awards to earlier in the week - and its her government![/p][/quote]I'm taking nothing away from this man's or anyone else's achievements. I am however well aware of how the three City States (Vatican city, the City of London and the District of Columbia) have been running the world for centuries making vast profits from the people throughout that time.It's time they gave something back. The Queen with her personal wealth equivalent to £16,000 for every man woman and child in the country is not supposed to interfere in our Government, although with David "proud to be a Zionist" Cameron running a Tory party consisting of 80% Conservative Friends of Israel and the Israeli lobby being the biggest lobby in Westminster, I'm not sure how exactly this qualifies as "our" Government. If you look carefully you can see the strings[/p][/quote]. . . and I'm sure that's all very interesting, however, the Bishop of Rome is not a regular visitor to St William's. That means that people in the local community have passed on their gratitude for this man's service and hard work so he gets some recognition. Therefore choosing a local interest story in a provincial newspaper to vent your spleen would seem a mean spirited thing to do. There are countless websites where you can discuss these sorts of issues with like minded individuals or, failing that, pop down the students union. EvryDysLkSndy
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5:36pm Thu 3 Jan 13

Brannigan says...

Congratulations to Mr Kennedy on receiving this very special honour. It is well deserved for his lifetime of dedication to the church. What a great place Bradford would be if we had more people like him. Well done again.
Congratulations to Mr Kennedy on receiving this very special honour. It is well deserved for his lifetime of dedication to the church. What a great place Bradford would be if we had more people like him. Well done again. Brannigan
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5:50pm Thu 3 Jan 13

Albion. says...

EvryDysLkSndy wrote:
RollandSmoke wrote:
EvryDysLkSndy wrote:
RollandSmoke wrote:
Maybe you could ask the Pope to release some Vatican funds to stop our government victimising the poorest in society in order to further line the pockets of his good friends the Rothschilds through their fraudulent banking and usury scams?
I think it's sad that you feel the need to try and take away from the achievements of someone being recognized for doing something positive just to try and make smart remarks about a foreign religious leader. What weight would the Pope's opinion carry with 'our government' given that, under current legislation RC's are the only religious group banned from holding the post of PM? I don't think the fact the Queen hasn't stopped the government 'victimising the poorest in society' takes anything away from the achievements of those Bradfordians she presented awards to earlier in the week - and its her government!
I'm taking nothing away from this man's or anyone else's achievements. I am however well aware of how the three City States (Vatican city, the City of London and the District of Columbia) have been running the world for centuries making vast profits from the people throughout that time.It's time they gave something back. The Queen with her personal wealth equivalent to £16,000 for every man woman and child in the country is not supposed to interfere in our Government, although with David "proud to be a Zionist" Cameron running a Tory party consisting of 80% Conservative Friends of Israel and the Israeli lobby being the biggest lobby in Westminster, I'm not sure how exactly this qualifies as "our" Government. If you look carefully you can see the strings
. . . and I'm sure that's all very interesting, however, the Bishop of Rome is not a regular visitor to St William's. That means that people in the local community have passed on their gratitude for this man's service and hard work so he gets some recognition. Therefore choosing a local interest story in a provincial newspaper to vent your spleen would seem a mean spirited thing to do. There are countless websites where you can discuss these sorts of issues with like minded individuals or, failing that, pop down the students union.
You have to excuse him (he's depressed you know).
[quote][p][bold]EvryDysLkSndy[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]RollandSmoke[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]EvryDysLkSndy[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]RollandSmoke[/bold] wrote: Maybe you could ask the Pope to release some Vatican funds to stop our government victimising the poorest in society in order to further line the pockets of his good friends the Rothschilds through their fraudulent banking and usury scams?[/p][/quote]I think it's sad that you feel the need to try and take away from the achievements of someone being recognized for doing something positive just to try and make smart remarks about a foreign religious leader. What weight would the Pope's opinion carry with 'our government' given that, under current legislation RC's are the only religious group banned from holding the post of PM? I don't think the fact the Queen hasn't stopped the government 'victimising the poorest in society' takes anything away from the achievements of those Bradfordians she presented awards to earlier in the week - and its her government![/p][/quote]I'm taking nothing away from this man's or anyone else's achievements. I am however well aware of how the three City States (Vatican city, the City of London and the District of Columbia) have been running the world for centuries making vast profits from the people throughout that time.It's time they gave something back. The Queen with her personal wealth equivalent to £16,000 for every man woman and child in the country is not supposed to interfere in our Government, although with David "proud to be a Zionist" Cameron running a Tory party consisting of 80% Conservative Friends of Israel and the Israeli lobby being the biggest lobby in Westminster, I'm not sure how exactly this qualifies as "our" Government. If you look carefully you can see the strings[/p][/quote]. . . and I'm sure that's all very interesting, however, the Bishop of Rome is not a regular visitor to St William's. That means that people in the local community have passed on their gratitude for this man's service and hard work so he gets some recognition. Therefore choosing a local interest story in a provincial newspaper to vent your spleen would seem a mean spirited thing to do. There are countless websites where you can discuss these sorts of issues with like minded individuals or, failing that, pop down the students union.[/p][/quote]You have to excuse him (he's depressed you know). Albion.
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5:59pm Thu 3 Jan 13

RollandSmoke says...

EvryDysLkSndy wrote:
RollandSmoke wrote:
EvryDysLkSndy wrote:
RollandSmoke wrote:
Maybe you could ask the Pope to release some Vatican funds to stop our government victimising the poorest in society in order to further line the pockets of his good friends the Rothschilds through their fraudulent banking and usury scams?
I think it's sad that you feel the need to try and take away from the achievements of someone being recognized for doing something positive just to try and make smart remarks about a foreign religious leader. What weight would the Pope's opinion carry with 'our government' given that, under current legislation RC's are the only religious group banned from holding the post of PM? I don't think the fact the Queen hasn't stopped the government 'victimising the poorest in society' takes anything away from the achievements of those Bradfordians she presented awards to earlier in the week - and its her government!
I'm taking nothing away from this man's or anyone else's achievements. I am however well aware of how the three City States (Vatican city, the City of London and the District of Columbia) have been running the world for centuries making vast profits from the people throughout that time.It's time they gave something back. The Queen with her personal wealth equivalent to £16,000 for every man woman and child in the country is not supposed to interfere in our Government, although with David "proud to be a Zionist" Cameron running a Tory party consisting of 80% Conservative Friends of Israel and the Israeli lobby being the biggest lobby in Westminster, I'm not sure how exactly this qualifies as "our" Government. If you look carefully you can see the strings
. . . and I'm sure that's all very interesting, however, the Bishop of Rome is not a regular visitor to St William's. That means that people in the local community have passed on their gratitude for this man's service and hard work so he gets some recognition. Therefore choosing a local interest story in a provincial newspaper to vent your spleen would seem a mean spirited thing to do. There are countless websites where you can discuss these sorts of issues with like minded individuals or, failing that, pop down the students union.
I'm sorry you feel I'm being mean spirited. Would you like to explain your username? It looks like your saying Every day is like Sandy. Could you tell me what the Sandy is that you would like to be every day? Although I suppose it could be Sunday.
[quote][p][bold]EvryDysLkSndy[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]RollandSmoke[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]EvryDysLkSndy[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]RollandSmoke[/bold] wrote: Maybe you could ask the Pope to release some Vatican funds to stop our government victimising the poorest in society in order to further line the pockets of his good friends the Rothschilds through their fraudulent banking and usury scams?[/p][/quote]I think it's sad that you feel the need to try and take away from the achievements of someone being recognized for doing something positive just to try and make smart remarks about a foreign religious leader. What weight would the Pope's opinion carry with 'our government' given that, under current legislation RC's are the only religious group banned from holding the post of PM? I don't think the fact the Queen hasn't stopped the government 'victimising the poorest in society' takes anything away from the achievements of those Bradfordians she presented awards to earlier in the week - and its her government![/p][/quote]I'm taking nothing away from this man's or anyone else's achievements. I am however well aware of how the three City States (Vatican city, the City of London and the District of Columbia) have been running the world for centuries making vast profits from the people throughout that time.It's time they gave something back. The Queen with her personal wealth equivalent to £16,000 for every man woman and child in the country is not supposed to interfere in our Government, although with David "proud to be a Zionist" Cameron running a Tory party consisting of 80% Conservative Friends of Israel and the Israeli lobby being the biggest lobby in Westminster, I'm not sure how exactly this qualifies as "our" Government. If you look carefully you can see the strings[/p][/quote]. . . and I'm sure that's all very interesting, however, the Bishop of Rome is not a regular visitor to St William's. That means that people in the local community have passed on their gratitude for this man's service and hard work so he gets some recognition. Therefore choosing a local interest story in a provincial newspaper to vent your spleen would seem a mean spirited thing to do. There are countless websites where you can discuss these sorts of issues with like minded individuals or, failing that, pop down the students union.[/p][/quote]I'm sorry you feel I'm being mean spirited. Would you like to explain your username? It looks like your saying Every day is like Sandy. Could you tell me what the Sandy is that you would like to be every day? Although I suppose it could be Sunday. RollandSmoke
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6:12pm Thu 3 Jan 13

EvryDysLkSndy says...

RollandSmoke wrote:
EvryDysLkSndy wrote:
RollandSmoke wrote:
EvryDysLkSndy wrote:
RollandSmoke wrote:
Maybe you could ask the Pope to release some Vatican funds to stop our government victimising the poorest in society in order to further line the pockets of his good friends the Rothschilds through their fraudulent banking and usury scams?
I think it's sad that you feel the need to try and take away from the achievements of someone being recognized for doing something positive just to try and make smart remarks about a foreign religious leader. What weight would the Pope's opinion carry with 'our government' given that, under current legislation RC's are the only religious group banned from holding the post of PM? I don't think the fact the Queen hasn't stopped the government 'victimising the poorest in society' takes anything away from the achievements of those Bradfordians she presented awards to earlier in the week - and its her government!
I'm taking nothing away from this man's or anyone else's achievements. I am however well aware of how the three City States (Vatican city, the City of London and the District of Columbia) have been running the world for centuries making vast profits from the people throughout that time.It's time they gave something back. The Queen with her personal wealth equivalent to £16,000 for every man woman and child in the country is not supposed to interfere in our Government, although with David "proud to be a Zionist" Cameron running a Tory party consisting of 80% Conservative Friends of Israel and the Israeli lobby being the biggest lobby in Westminster, I'm not sure how exactly this qualifies as "our" Government. If you look carefully you can see the strings
. . . and I'm sure that's all very interesting, however, the Bishop of Rome is not a regular visitor to St William's. That means that people in the local community have passed on their gratitude for this man's service and hard work so he gets some recognition. Therefore choosing a local interest story in a provincial newspaper to vent your spleen would seem a mean spirited thing to do. There are countless websites where you can discuss these sorts of issues with like minded individuals or, failing that, pop down the students union.
I'm sorry you feel I'm being mean spirited. Would you like to explain your username? It looks like your saying Every day is like Sandy. Could you tell me what the Sandy is that you would like to be every day? Although I suppose it could be Sunday.
There's no need to be sorry, it's just something to think on. The username's a song title with the vowels removed, I suppose that has made it a bit ambiguous but it's not really crucial how it's read.
[quote][p][bold]RollandSmoke[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]EvryDysLkSndy[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]RollandSmoke[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]EvryDysLkSndy[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]RollandSmoke[/bold] wrote: Maybe you could ask the Pope to release some Vatican funds to stop our government victimising the poorest in society in order to further line the pockets of his good friends the Rothschilds through their fraudulent banking and usury scams?[/p][/quote]I think it's sad that you feel the need to try and take away from the achievements of someone being recognized for doing something positive just to try and make smart remarks about a foreign religious leader. What weight would the Pope's opinion carry with 'our government' given that, under current legislation RC's are the only religious group banned from holding the post of PM? I don't think the fact the Queen hasn't stopped the government 'victimising the poorest in society' takes anything away from the achievements of those Bradfordians she presented awards to earlier in the week - and its her government![/p][/quote]I'm taking nothing away from this man's or anyone else's achievements. I am however well aware of how the three City States (Vatican city, the City of London and the District of Columbia) have been running the world for centuries making vast profits from the people throughout that time.It's time they gave something back. The Queen with her personal wealth equivalent to £16,000 for every man woman and child in the country is not supposed to interfere in our Government, although with David "proud to be a Zionist" Cameron running a Tory party consisting of 80% Conservative Friends of Israel and the Israeli lobby being the biggest lobby in Westminster, I'm not sure how exactly this qualifies as "our" Government. If you look carefully you can see the strings[/p][/quote]. . . and I'm sure that's all very interesting, however, the Bishop of Rome is not a regular visitor to St William's. That means that people in the local community have passed on their gratitude for this man's service and hard work so he gets some recognition. Therefore choosing a local interest story in a provincial newspaper to vent your spleen would seem a mean spirited thing to do. There are countless websites where you can discuss these sorts of issues with like minded individuals or, failing that, pop down the students union.[/p][/quote]I'm sorry you feel I'm being mean spirited. Would you like to explain your username? It looks like your saying Every day is like Sandy. Could you tell me what the Sandy is that you would like to be every day? Although I suppose it could be Sunday.[/p][/quote]There's no need to be sorry, it's just something to think on. The username's a song title with the vowels removed, I suppose that has made it a bit ambiguous but it's not really crucial how it's read. EvryDysLkSndy
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8:40pm Thu 3 Jan 13

collos25 says...

Joedavid wrote:
collos25 wrote: A gift from a man who wears dresses and has a dubious past is not my idea of pleasure.
Do you not get out much? Lots of people in Bradford wear strange religious clothes in Bradford.
But not all people have a dubious like this P-------
[quote][p][bold]Joedavid[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]collos25[/bold] wrote: A gift from a man who wears dresses and has a dubious past is not my idea of pleasure.[/p][/quote]Do you not get out much? Lots of people in Bradford wear strange religious clothes in Bradford.[/p][/quote]But not all people have a dubious like this P------- collos25
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8:42pm Thu 3 Jan 13

collos25 says...

meant to say "But not all people have a dubious past like this P-------.
meant to say "But not all people have a dubious past like this P-------. collos25
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8:58pm Thu 3 Jan 13

Outraged English Subject says...

Well done!
Well done! Outraged English Subject
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11:24pm Thu 3 Jan 13

The obvious says...

No disrespect to the gentleman who got the award but hey come on...what you taking awards from an ex nazi for? Surely there were many better candidates then this creepy pope.

Google Dagon, pagan devil worshipping deity who dressed just like the pope wtf!
No disrespect to the gentleman who got the award but hey come on...what you taking awards from an ex nazi for? Surely there were many better candidates then this creepy pope. Google Dagon, pagan devil worshipping deity who dressed just like the pope wtf! The obvious
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10:27am Fri 4 Jan 13

Albion. says...

The obvious wrote:
No disrespect to the gentleman who got the award but hey come on...what you taking awards from an ex nazi for? Surely there were many better candidates then this creepy pope.

Google Dagon, pagan devil worshipping deity who dressed just like the pope wtf!
When he was 14yrs old, membership of the Hitler Youth was compulsory, those who refused were executed.
There were a lot of Muslims in the Nazi party as well, especially in Eastern Europe where they were active participants in genocide.
[quote][p][bold]The obvious[/bold] wrote: No disrespect to the gentleman who got the award but hey come on...what you taking awards from an ex nazi for? Surely there were many better candidates then this creepy pope. Google Dagon, pagan devil worshipping deity who dressed just like the pope wtf![/p][/quote]When he was 14yrs old, membership of the Hitler Youth was compulsory, those who refused were executed. There were a lot of Muslims in the Nazi party as well, especially in Eastern Europe where they were active participants in genocide. Albion.
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11:45am Fri 4 Jan 13

The Hoffster says...

Albion. wrote:
The obvious wrote:
No disrespect to the gentleman who got the award but hey come on...what you taking awards from an ex nazi for? Surely there were many better candidates then this creepy pope.

Google Dagon, pagan devil worshipping deity who dressed just like the pope wtf!
When he was 14yrs old, membership of the Hitler Youth was compulsory, those who refused were executed.
There were a lot of Muslims in the Nazi party as well, especially in Eastern Europe where they were active participants in genocide.
And now the 3rd Reich is alive and well in Tel Aviv.

They're doing the same thing to the Palestinians now (with their massive concentration camp known as Gaza) and the illegal Occupation of the West Bank.
[quote][p][bold]Albion.[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]The obvious[/bold] wrote: No disrespect to the gentleman who got the award but hey come on...what you taking awards from an ex nazi for? Surely there were many better candidates then this creepy pope. Google Dagon, pagan devil worshipping deity who dressed just like the pope wtf![/p][/quote]When he was 14yrs old, membership of the Hitler Youth was compulsory, those who refused were executed. There were a lot of Muslims in the Nazi party as well, especially in Eastern Europe where they were active participants in genocide.[/p][/quote]And now the 3rd Reich is alive and well in Tel Aviv. They're doing the same thing to the Palestinians now (with their massive concentration camp known as Gaza) and the illegal Occupation of the West Bank. The Hoffster
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11:55am Fri 4 Jan 13

Albion. says...

The Hoffster wrote:
Albion. wrote:
The obvious wrote:
No disrespect to the gentleman who got the award but hey come on...what you taking awards from an ex nazi for? Surely there were many better candidates then this creepy pope.

Google Dagon, pagan devil worshipping deity who dressed just like the pope wtf!
When he was 14yrs old, membership of the Hitler Youth was compulsory, those who refused were executed.
There were a lot of Muslims in the Nazi party as well, especially in Eastern Europe where they were active participants in genocide.
And now the 3rd Reich is alive and well in Tel Aviv.

They're doing the same thing to the Palestinians now (with their massive concentration camp known as Gaza) and the illegal Occupation of the West Bank.
What exactly does that have to do with the Pope or this award?
[quote][p][bold]The Hoffster[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Albion.[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]The obvious[/bold] wrote: No disrespect to the gentleman who got the award but hey come on...what you taking awards from an ex nazi for? Surely there were many better candidates then this creepy pope. Google Dagon, pagan devil worshipping deity who dressed just like the pope wtf![/p][/quote]When he was 14yrs old, membership of the Hitler Youth was compulsory, those who refused were executed. There were a lot of Muslims in the Nazi party as well, especially in Eastern Europe where they were active participants in genocide.[/p][/quote]And now the 3rd Reich is alive and well in Tel Aviv. They're doing the same thing to the Palestinians now (with their massive concentration camp known as Gaza) and the illegal Occupation of the West Bank.[/p][/quote]What exactly does that have to do with the Pope or this award? Albion.
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