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Alexander Lucie-Smith is the Head of Moral and Pastoral Theology at Tangaza College, Nairobi, Kenya, a constituent college of the Catholic University of East Africa, where he teaches fundamental moral theology. He is an ordained Catholic priest and a member of the Institute of Charity. He holds an MA from Oxford in English Literature, and a Licence in moral theology from the Gregorian University, Rome. Apart from this he is a published novelist, a regular book reviewer for The Tablet and a columnist for the Catholic Herald, under the pseudonym David McLaurin.

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