T.H.O.M.A.S. (Those on the Margins of a Society)
EDGES Magazine

Issue 22 INDEX
July 2000

Editorial Father James McCartney, the Editor, introduces issue 22 of Edges
Meet Some Of Our Team Meet our team of mentors
The Business Community giving us support Introducing Wendy Hobson, employee manager for the Blackburn Partnership
Meet More of Our Team Meet our assistant editor, head of our spiritual recovery group and our re-development committee.
I'm Building My Life Again Justin is in our Reconcile project - this is his story.
My Daughter is Anorexic -
I have watched her starve
Barbara tells her desparate story of having to watch her daughter starve
A Sign of Hope in Northern Ireland Father McCartney shares his views on the present situation in Northern Ireland
Working On Death Row Joy Elder reflects on her experiences of working on Death Row in Texas
London: Living On The Streets Meet Mark aged 29 who has been on the streets for 4 years
London: I'm Free Robert has spent most of his like on the streets
London: I caught My Wife With Another Man Homeless in London for the last 3 years
London: Trapped by Alcohol Rick has been on the streets for the past 15 years.
Breaking Down Breaking Through Joe Kerrane was tragically killed in 1994. He drowned aged 21. We share an article he wrote shortly before his death
My 21st Birthday Was Spent In A Cell Experiences since leaving prision in December 1999
In Memory Of An Outstanding Volunteer St Anne' house was in deep mourning on Easter Monday following the death of Teresa Dudley, our longest serving member of the Drop-In team
Just Released From Prision Aaron and Simon have just come out of prison.
The Pain Of Loss Ann Slater, part of the Educational team of our Reconcile project discusses the different forms pain of loss can take.
The Funeral Of My Friend With Aids Father John Michael Hanvey, part of the THOMAS team, reflects.
Living In Community Neil Malley is part of our THOMAS team. He works on Edges magazine and also helps in our project with drug users
Anorexia - A Testimony of A Young Person Our young writer, at sixteen, has first hand experience of anorexia
Letter - I Smoked Pot in The 60's A student from the 60's charts his progess through drugs and crime to where he is today .
My Adopted Son is An Addict Christine writes about her adopted son, Adam

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