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ENGLAND – White Christmas at DONNINGTON BREWERY.

My brother, Richard Earle, had left the Catholic Seminary in 1966, and, deciding that the Priesthood was not really for him, and that Apartheid South Africa was untenable, headed for England. When I arrived in December 1968, he was teaching … Continue reading

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