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Shepherd and Servant: The Spiritual Theology of Saint Dunstan

Douglas Dales

Douglas Dales, born in 1952 and ordained in 1978, is Chaplain and Head of Religious Studies at Marlborough College, Wiltshire, and a Priest Associate of the Community of the Sisters of the Love of God.

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St Dunstan (909-88 AD) developed the ancient church at Glastonbury into the first Benedictine monastery in England and was later Archbishop of Canterbury for twenty-eight years. A man of prayer, scholar, artist and musician, his influence touched many areas of English life, helping to lay the foundations of Church and society in medieval times. As St Dunstan left little of his own in writing, his vision has to be inferred from contemporary documents and works of art, which reveal him as a figure of significant spiritual stature.

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30 pages

140 x 210 mm

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FP135

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978-0-7283-0154-2

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0-7283-0154-7

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