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Description - Holy Places, Holy People by Gavin Wakefield

The North-East of England is rich in history, beautiful scenery and welcoming people. Celebrated for its Christian heritage, its saints are as diverse as the varied scenery in which we discover their history. This book is for pilgrims - both physical and metaphorical - who want the wisdom of the past to shape their present. In each chapter we discover the stories of the saints, both well known and unfamiliar, as we journey to the places they made famous. Some of the sites and saints included in the book are: * Holy Island - Aidan, Cuthbert and Eadfrith * Hexham and Heavenfield - Oswald and Wilfrid * Jarrow & Monkwearmouth - Bede, Benedict Biscop and Ceolfrith. * Durham Cathedral - Cuthbert's community

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Book Details

ISBN: 9780745953045
ISBN-10: 0745953042
Format: Paperback
(198mm x 127mm x 9mm)
Pages: 128
Imprint: Lion Books
Publisher: Lion Hudson Plc
Publish Date: 1-Jun-2008
Country of Publication: United Kingdom

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Author Biography - Gavin Wakefield

Gavin Wakefield is an Anglican minister and currently the Director of Training, Mission and Ministry for the Diocese of York, where he oversees all diocesan training offered for clergy and lay people. Previously he was Deputy Warden of Cranmer Hall Durham where he developed pilgrimages across the north east, as well as in depth study of mission in the region. He is continuing the pattern of this book - relating stories of previous Christians with today's needs - by learning stories of a similar kind in Yorkshire.