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This is a remarkable personal odyssey by Martin Gordon, taking him from the tenements and shipyards of the Govan district of Glasgow in the 1930s, his wartime experiences and his departure from Clydeside at the end of the war to a small farm in the West of Ireland, where he explains how his odyssey really began.

Eventually ordained a Catholic priest and appointed to a central London parish, he soon became friends with such celebrities as: television personality Eamonn Andrews, boxer Henry Cooper, the Chelsea football team and many well known singers and actors.

But however fulfilled Father Martin felt in his priesthood, he was also experiencing the loneliness at the heart of a celibate ministry and in 1966 he joined the brightest and best who were to seek laicisation from Rome. He left his parish in Greenford, Middlesex and embarked on a  new uncertain path for an unkown destiny.

Format: Hardback
Publication Date: 14 October 2011
Pages: 336
ISBN: 9780956959508 Category:

No Love Here: A Priest's Journey


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