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Mark inwardly digested

A PRIEST from Wiltshire has performed a dramatised reading of St Mark's Gospel, reciting the 11,000 words from memory.

Canon Gerald Osborne, a farmer and Ordained Local Minister in the Vale of Pewsey, who had never even performed in a school play before, recruited the help of a scriptwriter friend who coached him for the performance.

He began learning the Gospel by heart as a spiritual discipline three years ago. He said that learning the Gospel as he went around the farm, ...

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