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The Father, the Son and the Ghostly Hole - Confessions From a Guilt-Edged Life

Rory McGrath

‘I remember thinking when I was about 14, “I hope God doesn't find out I'm an atheist”.’ This is Rory’s story of being brought up a Catholic, going to Catholic school, being an altar boy; of the parents, priests, the nuns who taught him, the life and characters at his local Church. Until, that is, as a teenager in crisis, he abandons his faith and enters the god-forsaken world and the glamour of its evil ways with a spring in his step.

‘I remember thinking when I was about 14, “I hope God doesn't find out I'm an atheist”.’ This is Rory’s story of being brought up a Catholic, going to Catholic school, being an altar boy; of the parents, priests, the nuns who taught him, the life and characters at his local Church. Until, that is, as a teenager in crisis, he abandons his faith and enters the god-forsaken world and the glamour of its evil ways with a spring in his step.
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‘I remember thinking when I was about 14, “I hope God doesn't find out I'm an atheist”.’ This is Rory’s story of being brought up a Catholic, going to Catholic school, being an altar boy; of the parents, priests, the nuns who taught him, the life and characters at his local Church. Until, that is, as a teenager in crisis, he abandons his faith and enters the god-forsaken world and the glamour of its evil ways with a spring in his step.

Language:

English

Length:

9h