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First published in 1983 and subsequently, to the author's surprise, took a wider readership by storm selling more than 15,000 copies before his death at the age of 97 in 1998. Alfred Gilbey was already a well-known priest, having been from 1932-65 chaplain to the Catholic Undergraduates of Cambridge University. The course of instruction he gave to enquirers in the Catholic Faith had acquired legendary status, and had been responsible for more than forty vocations to the priesthood and religious life. This new edition is an enduring legacy of his life and thought.
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