HISTORY OF LONELINESS


HISTORY OF LONELINESS

JOHN BOYNE    Book Number: 87537    Product format: Paperback

"I did not become ashamed of being Irish until I was well into the middle years of my life." Father Odran Yates is a good man, dedicated to his vocation since entering Clonliffe Seminary at the age of 17. He has lived through betrayal, controversy and public condemnation of some of his dearest friends and through all of this he has remained firm in his religious belief. But something plagues his mind as the years pass; a feeling that there were things he didn't see, chances he missed, people he has let down. Is Father Yates as blameless as he's always thought himself to be? And what of the Church he has given his life to? For anyone who wanted to know what really happened in the Irish Catholic Church, read this brave, righteously angry and stunning book. 471pp in paperback.
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ISBN 9781784164584
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