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After the lunch I drove out to the coastal village which I will call Sandton where I was to learn that the lowest place is not entirely straightforward or without issues either. Under apartheid, Sandton was a ‘coloured’ area and the village reflects this history not only in its demography, but also in the legacy of drug-related crime and violence. When I had been there before to meet the priest, I will call him Andrew, the vicarage had just been burgled. This was a real shock because, together with several other incidents, it suggested that the traditional taboo protecting the clergy was dying, if not dead.
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Taylor, An Altar in the World, p. 67. McCourt, Angela’s Ashes, p. 116. Morisy, Beyond the Good Samaritan, p. 33. Hymns Ancient and Modern (New Standard), no. 489. Unpublished pamphlet. 33 This page intentionally left blank CHAPTER 3 A Terrible Force In the twelfth century, Bernard of Clairvaux was asked by Godfrey of Langres to write about humility. He found it a far from straightforward assignment and, in the end, wrote more about pride. His reasoning was that, as a sinner, he felt that he knew more about pride than humility.