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There is no substitute for Norman

From the Archbishop of Durban

NORM AN ST. JOHNSTEVAS may not be everybody's cup of tea, but, in case no one has pointed it out to you yet, apparently when he is on holiday, there is no substitute for him.

In your issue of August 29. Malcolm Muggeridge's article ends as follows:

"So, this Light of the World which lights the way to a kingdom not of this world, shines still. Ah, how I wish some voice more authoritative, lucid and persuasive than mine would proclaim it again, not with backward, fearful looks and threats of prohibitions and restrictions, but joyously. gloriously summoning us forward. forward into the Light."

Denis E. Hurley, 0.M.I, Archbishop's House, Durban.




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