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In the November edition of our Saint Martin magazine, we bid a fond farewell to our Editor Fr Diarmuid Clifford O.P. who has retired after 34 years of dedicated service to St Martin and the work of the Apostolate. We wish him well as we welcome the man who is taking over at the desk, Fr John Walsh O.P. He is looking forward to working as the Director and asks for your prayers as he begins this apostolic work. We celebrate the Feast of St Martin - 3rd Nov - a very special time for all of us here and all his wonderful and devoted supporters worldwide. Our regular writer Vincent Travers OP is putting down his pen too after many years and you can read his last article which deals with the very difficult issue of suffering. The topic is also tackled by Donagh O’Shea OP who reminds us that while past suffering is a wonderful topic of conversation, none of us want to hear about the suffering that is to come. Palestine and Israel have been in conflict for so long now that it is sometimes difficult to recall where it all started. It Happened this Month takes a closer look at this most contentious of struggles. John Powell charts the life of the very distinctive artist, El Greco, John Scally writes about John McGahern’s successor, Donal Ryan and his latest novel ‘Strange Flowers ‘and Seamus Sloan tells us more about the Holy Wells of Ireland. And remember, do check out our Christmas Offers and make an early start for the festive season!

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