Well Ok I am prejudiced but not in way that is extreme, moderate, or likely to lead to any kind of action. I think when I was a kid I lived in the last vestages of anti Popery. I didn't know what all the neighbourhoods fathers did for a job for example, but I knew who all the R.C. families were. There was a vague unease about them and the feeling they weren't quite "us". Children still use to take their Guys around on trollys in the morning ,singing songs about him and collecting donations. Of course the Guy got thrown on a bonfire that night when the fireworks got let off. It is of course all anti R.C. but someone has to keep up these traditions. Six days before Guy Faulkes night I tell trick and treaters they will get $10 if they come around with a Guy later on. I resent the way R.C.s in their local and Gov't electionering pamphlets put down educated at St. whatevers school saying in effect they are R.C.s. No one else does this sort of thing, the school they went to being considered irrelevant. I resent the R.C.s teaching whatever it is to lead an R.C. at work to proclaim that the Pope was God's representative on earth. I resent the R.C.s prohibitation on contraception, which I see as just an attempt to increase the number of R.C.s. They are allowed natural contraception, probably because even the church couldn't find an arguement against it. Unfortunately for the Pope they have got very good at natural contraception ( or more likely used other methods) and they are now told to have "a morally acceptable" number of children. I resent R.C.s saying that Anglican orders are invalid What gives them the God given right to say this? I suspect they think God gave them this right. I resent that they think their church is above all other churches and that there is no salvation outside their church or if there is it is only because their church doles out salvation powers to other churches to use unbeknown to them. My biggest gripe against R.C.s is they hold their meetings on Friday nights when we go to get our takeaways and all the parks are taken. Every time we go up I sing a little song about " Bloody bloody bloody bloody bloody Roman Catholics, they should never have got rid of those laws against them" and my wife then tells me to shut up and says " at least they are going to church"