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  Growing up within a religious cult 04 Apr 2006  
Kate Barlow grew up within a religious cult in a quiet Somerset village. Originally founded in the 19th century by a charismatic priest, the Agapemone, which is Greek for 'abode of love' gained notoriety when Kate's grandfather, who then led the community, claimed to be Jesus Christ.

Jenni talks to Kate about her secretive childhood.

The Abode of Love A Memoir by Kate Barlow, published by Mainstream publishing - ISBN: 1 84596 015 7
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