A la carte Catholicism is fine as long as love is the essence
Niamh Horan is part of a new generation that still call themselves Catholic but question which rules are really worth following
Published 19/04/2015 | 02:30
I was in my final year in college at a Kris Kindle dinner with a group of friends when it came to my turn to unwrap my present.
The guys looked on, grinning wildly, as I tore off the paper to reveal a plastic action figurine of Moses.
"What's this for?" I asked.