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I hope that all this talk about definitive editions and scholarly research will not mislead anyone into thinking that Father Dirvin's book is a dry compilation of facts. Here is a narrative that brings Catherine Laboure to vivid lifeas a child; as the little housekeeper in a motherless household; as a girl seeking her vocation; as the young novice chosen by Mary to give her Medal of grace to the world; as the humble Sister who insisted on remaining anonymous almost to the end. Feast of the Assumption, 1958 The Evening Angelus was ringing over Burgundy.

Which is why we meet on ITV’s Coronation Street set where he’s filming segments for Street Of Dreams, a live musical tribute to Britain’s longest-running soap that premieres in Manchester next month.

The show is a trip back through 50 years of the Street, revisiting momentous events and iconic characters along with song-and-dance routines, and Paul is hosting the whole shebang.

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I was just another plug for someone’s book or film.‘And I can tell you I saw some dross and read some rubbish, but I was too polite to say, “This is shameful.

I hope that all this talk about definitive editions and scholarly research will not mislead anyone into thinking that Father Dirvin's book is a dry compilation of facts. Here is a narrative that brings Catherine Laboure to vivid lifeas a child; as the little housekeeper in a motherless household; as a girl seeking her vocation; as the young novice chosen by Mary to give her Medal of grace to the world; as the humble Sister who insisted on remaining anonymous almost to the end. Feast of the Assumption, 1958 The Evening Angelus was ringing over Burgundy.Which is why we meet on ITV’s Coronation Street set where he’s filming segments for Street Of Dreams, a live musical tribute to Britain’s longest-running soap that premieres in Manchester next month.The show is a trip back through 50 years of the Street, revisiting momentous events and iconic characters along with song-and-dance routines, and Paul is hosting the whole shebang. How you’ve got the nerve to publish this is beyond me.” So I’d say, “Oh, I really enjoyed your book,” but I was thinking, “I can’t do this any more.”Either way, Paul’s blown apart the cosy image of the TV chat show in less than a minute. ‘I’d be sitting there and, if they were in a soap, they’d be talking about the long hours they worked or their Jimmy Choos,’ he says. Although he’s always lived alone, he nursed Murphy through the last six weeks of his life. I was just another plug for someone’s book or film.‘And I can tell you I saw some dross and read some rubbish, but I was too polite to say, “This is shameful.This is a book you will find very hard to lay aside until you have read the final sentence on the last page. The mild May breeze caught the sound from a hundred belfries and blew it across the mellowing fields and ripening vineyards.