Give us a break

23rd April 2004 at 01:00
Senior pupils at Eastwood High in East Renfrewshire were treated before the Easter break to the views of reverend gentlemen on faith. Kit-Kats were much in evidence on the tea tray passed round after the event.

It was just a pity that Monsignor Peter Smith was off choccy biccies for Lent while the Rev Angus Kerr similarly turned down a cup of coffee. Both thanked heidie Stewart Maxwell for making Lent even more meaningful for them.

And they say ecumenicalism is rare?

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