Thursday, March 24, 2011

Interview with Lord Nicholas Windsor

 The first article contains a major error.  Lord Nicholas's sister, Lady Helen, has not joined the Roman Catholic church.

This is a two part interview:

Lord and Lady Nicholas and their two sons live in Italy.   Lady Nicholas' mother, Swedish-born Ingrid Detter, is also a convert to Roman Catholicism.  From 1984 through 2005,  Prof Detter, a barrister, was an advisor to the late Pope John Paul II.

It should also be noted that millions of devout Christians believe in supporting women who may have to make difficult decisions.


Hopewell said...

I read the article elsewhere and tried to comment on that inaccuracy--glad you brought it up. I'm surprised the religious right hasn't hired Lord Nicholas to speak here in the USA--but maybe their people are contacting his people........

Göran Koch-Swahne said...

"Prof Detter" of a well known Nazi family is the mother in law.

She is the only one, holding a life appontment (since abolished), who has been sacked nonetheless.

Marlene Eilers Koenig said...

What do you mean Nazi family. And where was she sacked ... for what job.

Göran Koch-Swahne said...

I mean well known. Well enough to make my mother call out when she saw a picture of Ms Detter-Delupis in a Magazine in the 1960ies.

She didn't show up for her lectures (but then she was already living in London with her faux Croatian Prince...).