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Here’s a list of our regular feature writers…
Daniel Leung Editor and PodCaths
Daniel Leung is currently a Christian Theology and Media & Communication undergraduate at Liverpool Hope University. In between his home parish and the university chaplaincy, he is an Altar Server, and received his silver Guild of St Stephen Medal in 2012. Although he is discerning the possibility of a vocation to priesthood, he has a keen interest in radio journalism and has worked in a number of community, local and student radio and can currently be heard on the university’s station Radio Hope. As editor, he will be reading his fellow writer’s articles, as well as writing a number of his own and recording Catholic Podcasts called PodCaths.
Lawrie Swithinbank Comment Writer and Assistant Editor
Berna Durcan Feature Writer
Berna Durcan is a Theology and Religious Studies with Sociology student at St. Mary’s University College, Twickenham.
Her interests lie in any theology but more specifically pastoral theology and the reception/perceptions of the Church and Catholic theology in society (Church’s response to secularisation, the New Evangelisation etc.). During term time, Berna lives in the university college’s lay community, Benedict XVI House and is a keen musician, playing in Mass on a regular basis. Her personal blog is Diary of a Catholic Theology Student which are reflections of her personal spiritual journey. Berna will be commenting on Pope Francis’s latest document, Evangelii Gaudium to what the Holy Father is teaching the Church today.
Rory McKay Apologetics Writer
Mairi- Frances McKay Comment Writer
Mairi-Frances McKay is 18 years old, currently on a gap year before starting a history degree. She is a keen member of her local parish regularly organising youth activities, as well as Altar Serving, and received her silver medal in 2012. Has recently travelled to Brazil for World Youth Day which was a brilliant experience.