Creatures of habit

December 22, 1995

(Photograph) - Creatures of habit: "I can have a drink and go to parties. But we are under vows." So says Simon Uttley, one of four Jesuit undergraduates at Campion Hall, Oxford University. Exposed to all the temptations of hedonistic student life, how do the growing number of monks studying cope?

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