LETTERS: A devilishly good actor

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Sir: St Paul's Pharisee colleagues most probably regarded him as having been "massively destabilised" by his experience on the road to Damascus. How else can we see the mental processes by which Fr McGinnitty's sometime seminarian colleagues dismissed his "massive conversion experience" in Medjugorje as "massively destabilising"?

Genuine conversion - which all of us, including lecturers in seminaries probably need - leads to fundamental change. How could a basic reappraisal of attitudes, values and actions not be destabilising of all that needs to be changed?


Rugely, Staffordshire