It is very difficult to know what to do when you leave seminary. This process gives the answer.
David Clayton talks to Charlie Deist about how a chance meeting, 30 years ago, lead to his life as an artist, at teacher and, most importantly as a happy Catholic. He met someone, also called David Birtwistle, who offered him a series of spiritual exercises to change is life. What is more remarkable is that David Clayton was ready to follow the directions even though he was a bitter and cynical atheist. What was it that David B had that persuaded David C to follow his directions?