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Crompton was about to be assaulted with questions like the one that had undone his predecessor. Someone had asked why there weren’t enough helicopters to provide air cover for the boys in Helmand. He hadn’t …

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The Bones of St. Ignatius by Kitty Fitzgerald
August 4, 2009 – 9:48 am | No Comment
The Bones of St. Ignatius by Kitty Fitzgerald

by Kitty Fitzgerald
Father Kerrigan would have bet the bones of St Ignatius that he would only once in his life hear a confession like the one Alice Noonan had made to him several years before. …

July 18, 2009 – 8:21 am | No Comment

by Cathy Thomas

Every July, the beautiful Suffolk scenery plays host to a festival dedicated to all things artsy. It’s a cliché, as reiterated by each and every comedian that graces the stage, that Latitude is …