BY MURRAY WHITE
THAT ALL-SINGING, alldancing Clergy Revue travelled to Wales for the first time last week and, with its biggest ever cast, was a roaring success in aid of CAFOD.
One of the brightest ideas that anyone has had to raise money for the Catholic aid agency, the Clergy Revue is fast becoming a sort of ecclesiastical Lloyd Webber show on national tour.
Archbishop John Ward of Cardiff and Bishop Daniel Mullins of Menevia were among 43 clergy of all denominations who took part in last week's performance at St David's Hall, Cardiff, which took the total raised by the revues for CAFOD's work past the £65,000 mark.
This show, the tenth, has become so popular there is a waiting list for tickets and a growing army of ministers eager to display their talents.