Pilgrimage Website
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Pilgrimage Website


Just to inform you of the launch of a new website about Pilgrimage at

- Reconstructed Aberlady Cross Unveiled In Scotland
A hand-carved reconstruction of an Early Christian cross has been unveiled in the Scottish village of Aberlady to mark the medieval pilgrimage route used by the monks of Iona and Lindisfarne. The pilgrimage route of ?St Aidan?s Way? ? marks the culmination...

- Pilgrimage: A Cultural And Spiritual Journey
A recent book by St Andrews University academic Rev Dr Ian Bradley, which offers a history of the pilgrimage over the past two millennia, is to be translated into Arabic. Pilgrimage: A Cultural and Spiritual Journey, which came out last year, sets out...

- 42nd Saint Louis Conference On Manuscript Studies, 16?17 October 2015 Vatican Film Library
Conference information is posted at http://libraries.slu.edu/special_collections/stl_conf_manu.   CfP: Heroic Narratives and the Reshaping of History, University of Copenhagen, 11th-12th June 2015 Please consult the website for further information:...

- Paper Opening
I still have an opening for a paper in one of the sessions sponsored by Christianity and Culture (Centre for Medieval Studies, York) on 'The Community of Saints II: The Later Medieval Church'. This session is linked to an ongoing project to produce...

- Cfp Illinois Medieval Association
Please see below the call for papers for the 25th Annual Conference of the Illinois Medieval Association to be held at St. Xavier University [Chicago, IL] in February of 2008. All proposals for individual papers and complete sessions are welcome. Call...

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