Brendan McCarthy was the Church of England’s National Policy adviser on medical ethics (2009–2023). He was a hospital chaplain and had served as a non-executive director of the Western Health and Social Care Trust. He was an adviser to the Parades’ Commission of Northern Ireland. He was also full-time rector of Ardtrea and Desertcreat parishes (1983–1990), Drumragh with Mountfield parishes (1990–1996) and Senior Leader of Omagh Community Centre (1996–2010). He has been part-time Priest-in-Charge of the Swanlinbar group of parishes (2010–2014) and the Manorhamilton group of parishes (2014–2018).
His passions include family, writing, history and football.
Through Different Eyes
Through Different Eyes presents a refreshing approach to exploring life’s intricate questions that often defy simple answers. Unlike many books in its genre, this thought-provoking work does not aim to provide definitive solutions to profound inquiries like the existence of God, the identity of J...