Apologies for the Grammar also it was under Scottish Law. I have attached the court report and the paragraph below.
 So far as religious activities are concerned, it is implicit in what I have said above that the defender is not required to arrange or facilitate the children's attendance at Mass. On the other hand, I consider that it is appropriate to further constrain matters by ruling that during contact, the defender shall not, directly or indirectly, provide religious instruction guidance or instruction; involve the children in his own religious beliefs or ceremonies; or say or do anything which could reasonably be interpreted as challenging the Roman Catholic faith. My reasons for placing this restraint on the defender are the same as those for refusing his application for parental rights, which I have sought to explain below
Sorry they have lived all there lives in Scotland
Thanks I did not notice the difference but thanks for your assistance
yes that's what I meant I have attached it missing out the case studies
To get parental rights and lift the restrictions on 112.