Don’t put God in a box
Father Digby Cuthbertson is relishing his role as a curmudgeonly old man. He has been preparing for this position all his life. His body, mind and spirit are now finally, in his seventies, perfectly matched to each other.
He has blotted out the memory of his infancy and childhood entirely, so that he finds it as difficult as his students to imagine that he ever ran around in…