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March 2004
Pilgrimage to the Holy Land
The Very Reverend James Atwell
Part of stained glass window at The Church of the Annunciation
A group of people from Suffolk have been on a pilgrimage to Israel.

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audio At the Kibbutz (5'23")

Nazareth Village (3'04")

The Living Faith (3'54")

Holocaust Memorial (5'25")

Bethlehem (4'53")

Church of the Nativity (5'47")
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The Very Reverend James Atwell
The Very Reverend
James Atwell
Led by the Dean of St Edmundsbury Cathedral, The Very Reverend James Atwell, the group spent time in a kibbutz, visited the town of Bethlehem and went to the Holocaust Memorial.

The Dean kept an audio diary of the pilgrimage. Click on the links below to hear about his experiences.

Listen to the Dean's audio diary:

At the Kibbutz (5'23")

Listen to the Dean's audio diary:

The Nazareth Village Experience (3'04")

Listen to the Dean's audio diary:

The Living Faith in Nazareth (3'54")

Listen to the Dean's audio diary:

The Holocaust Memorial (5'25")

Listen to the Dean's audio diary:

Bethlehem (4'53")

Listen to the Dean's audio diary:

The Church of the Nativity (5'47")

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Val, St Ives, Cambs
Wonderful, when's the next pilgrimage and can I come too?

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