Sunday 19th October 2014

Once upon a time the word Missions conjured up memories of two magazines that brightened up the drab world of many a classroom.  The “Africa” magazine and its older sister “The Far East” allowed us, as children long ago, to escape for a little while the daily routine of sums and spellings.  As we flicked through the missionary pages, we were amused by Pudsy Ryan’s atrocious spellings and we were fascinated by stories of White priests and Black babies in faraway places.  At home we were reminded that the black babies were the ones who would gladly eat the food we didn’t like!  Their beautiful, but sometimes hungry faces, stared at us from collection boxes on shop counters.  … Read More

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