A former 'gangster' who used to steal lead from church roofs has swapped his life of crime and turned to the church and become a vicar.
Reverend Mark Rowan, 41, who spent more than 17 years in and out of jail for a variety of drugs, theft and violent offences has seen the light and changed his ways.
But former gang leader Mark - who had previously 'only gone to church to steal lead from the roof' - saw the light during a prolonged spell inside and swapped his criminal career for a life of prayer.
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