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From the back pew: The Holy Beads of prayer!

Mark Steele, who describes himself as the most ordinary of Catholics, writes: When I go back in thought to my First Communion days, I remember receiving my first prayer book, a medal of St Christopher, the saint recognised at the time as the patron saint and guardian of travellers on a silver chain which was […]

God, do You know that Your world is rapidly tilting?

A View from the Back Pew Mark Steele, the most ordinary of Catholics writes: I woke up an hour ago at 2.30 am here in New Zealand, which a friend in England used to refer to in terms of my writings as akin to a fresh breath from the antipodes! Well, if there was a […]