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Cadfael 1994 The Leper of St Giles Spanish Subtitles

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Lessons and Carols for Advent and Christmas 2020

Lessons and Carols for Advent and Christmas from St Giles' Cathedral, Edinburgh, with The Choir of St Giles' Cathedral, Jordan English, Assistant Organist, Michael Harris, Master of the Music.

It features All sons of Adam, a new carol by Kenneth Dempster, which was commissioned for the Choir of St Giles' Cathedral by the Friends of the Music of St Giles' Cathedral with support from the National Lottery through Creative Scotland.

While St Giles' Cathedral is closed to visitors we are losing a substantial part of our income; if you have enjoyed this Christmas service please do consider making a donation by going to https://stgilescathedral.org.uk/donate/

In God's Garden - The Story of St. Giles the Hermit

A story of the life of St. Giles the Hermit for both adults and children. This story is from In God's Garden Stories of the Saints... by Amy Steedman.

pictures:
Celtic "high cross"
https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/Cross#/media/File:Ccross.svg
Celtic "high cross"
By Petr Vodicka - http://www.sodipodi.com (archived at http://web.archive.org/web/20041225033148/http://www.sodipodi.com/clipart/decorative/ccross.svg), Public Domain, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=675169
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Identifier: sacredlegendarya02byujame (find matches)
Title: Sacred and legendary art
Year: 1895 (1890s)
Authors: Jameson, Mrs. (Anna), 1794-1860 Hurll, Estelle M. (Estelle May), 1863-1924
Subjects: Christian art and symbolism Saints
Publisher: Boston, Houghton, Mifflin
Contributing Library: Harold B. Lee Library
Digitizing Sponsor: Brigham Young University

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Date 1895
Source https://www.flickr.com/photos/internetarchivebookimages/14793312363/

Source book page: https://archive.org/stream/sacredlegendarya02byujame/sacredlegendarya02byujame#page/n400/mode/1up
Author Internet Archive Book Images
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File:Sculpture of St Giles - Parish church Hooke - geograph.org.uk - 1247535.jpg
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Description
English: Sculpture of St Giles - Parish church Hooke This sculpture of the saint was made by Benjamin Grassby in the 19th century. Grassby was an architectural sculptor and monumental stone mason of Dorchester.

The firm of Grassby, stonemasons of Dorchester, is still going strong today.
St Giles is the patron saint of cripples: a hermit born in Athens in the 8th century he spent much of his life in France where he lived in a forest for some of the time living off the milk of a female deer. Eventually the deer was shot at with an arrow by the king's hunters who wounded the hermit instead. Out of great respect for Giles and his miracles, the king built an abbey when he died, Saint Gilles-du-Gard. His saint's day is 1st September.
Date 12 April 2009
Source From geograph.org.uk
Author Sarah Smith
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File:Village sign, Wimborne St Giles - geograph.org.uk - 1690426.jpg
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Description
English: Village sign, Wimborne St Giles. The village sign has recently been repainted. See 533578 by Chris Downer. St. Giles was born in the early 7th century and died c.710. His Latin name was Aegidius. Little fact is known of his origin and early life but legend has it that he was born an Athenian and became a hermit near the mouth of the Rhone, not far from Nimes. Legend also relates that whilst the King Wamba was out hunting in a forest he chased a hind who went into a thicket into which the king shot an arrow. Upon investigating the King found Giles wounded by the arrow whilst protecting the hind.
Date 31 January 2010
Source From geograph.org.uk
Author Trish Steel
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