As you can see from their fringe listings, the Conservative Party play host to "prayer breakfasts" during conference - a long tradition, I believe. Go to Labour's fringe listings and marvel at their "no prayer breakfast". It should be an uncontroversial idea that people of all faiths should feel comfortable in all the mainstream parties.
But with the departure of Des Browne and Ruth Kelly from the Labour front-bench, it appears that Labour's leading anti-Catholic MEP Mary Honeyball has got her wish. I'm fairly open-minded on these things (grins), but how can a person of faith possibly support the Labour Party?