As I embarked upon university and the beginnings of adult life, I began to delve into a search for meaning. I was plagued by feelings of isolation, of inferiority in an intellectually charged community, and, ultimately, of being at a complete and utter loss of the ability to do anything with any perceived “meaning” in the world. All these emotions, along with kind and friendly words and encouragements in the right places, drove me to spend more and more time at Church, and as a result, closer and closer to God.
Connor is new to Group 149 for the 2016 pilgrimage; a theology student at Durham entering his third year of undergraduate study. While Connor is a new helper for Group 149’s 2016 pilgrimage to Lourdes, he has been a number of times with his home diocese of Salford, and for the last few years has acted as a group leader for the diocese.