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Book launch in St Stephen’s

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St Stephen’s, Bristol is a late medieval building with a grand tower, originally forming a veritable Tall Building overlooking the stone-flagged quayside of Bristol harbour. It is, like so many religious buildings, at once unique — a one-off, with its own character — and typical, picking up themes that arise not only throughout Christendom, but throughout the world, when human being attempt to crystallise sacredness in architecture.

And today, from 6.30pm, it will be the venue for the launch of my unique, richly illustrated attempt to articulate that extraordinary global story: http://www.amazon.co.uk/Secret-Language-Sacred-Spaces-Canon/dp/1848991118. There will be candlelight. There will be music. There will be cake. Come along!

With acknowledgements to James O. Davies for the picture, and apologies for the poor scan.

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  1. MAry Jane Range
    November 9, 2013 at 1:35 pm


    I would love to be able to be at the book launch and have you autograph my copy. The book is terriffic and has place of honor here in my home in sunny FLorida.

    Warm regards
    Mary Jane Range (MR Great Cathedrals )

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