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Yorkshire Saints & Places of Pilgrimage:Theologies of Sanctity in the Anglo-Saxon & Medieval Church

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Yorkshire Saints & Places of Pilgrimage:Theologies of Sanctity in the Anglo-Saxon & Medieval Church

A non-accredited religion, culture and philosophy course.

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CLL 17/18_231

Course Dates

22nd January 2018 – 12th March 2018

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£59.00
Course Description

What makes someone a saint? What do we understand by ‘theologies of sanctity’? What was the significance of shrines? These are some of the questions which will be considered on this course by exploring the lives and theological legacy of saints such as Aelred of Rievaulx, Hilda of Whitby, John of Beverley, John of Bridlington and William of York amongst others. We shall look at contemporary accounts of these saints as well as considering places of pilgrimage associated with them.

Ruth Beckett BA MA DPhil PGCE

Term: Spring

Day: Monday

Start Date: 22 January 2018

Time: 1-3pm

No. of weeks: 8

Course fee: £59.00

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