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NEW PODCAST: Be inspired by the story of Father Michael Lapsley

In the Survivors series of podcasts, we present four stories of survival, that chart four individuals’ journey back to wellness. They have faced physical and emotional trials that seem unimaginable. But each one has found their way through the trauma, and come to a place of healing, and better understanding.

Father Michael Lapsley was targeted by the security police in the 80s. They sent him a letter bomb that blew both of his hands off, and left him partially sighted. In spite of the horror, and the cruelty that prompted the attack, he has never stopped preaching peace and forgiveness.

Click below to listen to Fr Lapsley's remarkable story...


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