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Amusing, acerbic, witty and cutting, this is the tale of how a traditionalist rural vicar entered that most trendy and liberal world, the Church of England in London and his subsequent adventures, misadventures, triumphs and disasters.

Moving to London to take over two parishes in 1998, Rev Peter Mullen was shocked by the lack of church attendance and public investment in the CoE. Could he overcome the odds and bring the public back to the faith? Find out for only £4.99!

Book is in very good condition, with practically no visible wear and tear.

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Author(s):
Rev Peter Mullen
Condition:
Used: very good
Format:
Paperback
ISBN-10:
1910440337
ISBN-13:
9781910440339
Number of pages:
211
Publisher:
Bretwalda

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Amusing, acerbic, witty and cutting, this is the tale of how a traditionalist rural vicar entered that most trendy and liberal world, the Church of England in London and his subsequent adventures, misadventures, triumphs and disasters.

Moving to London to take over two parishes in 1998, Rev Peter Mullen was shocked by the lack of church attendance and public investment in the CoE. Could he overcome the odds and bring the public back to the faith? Find out for only £4.99!

Book is in very good condition, with practically no visible wear and tear.

Author(s):
Rev Peter Mullen
Condition:
Used: very good
Format:
Paperback
ISBN-10:
1910440337
ISBN-13:
9781910440339
Number of pages:
211
Publisher:
Bretwalda

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