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Sunday St Olav's Way, C of E vision for education, Jewish intermarriage St. Olav's Way

The burial place of St Olaf, Norway's patron saint, was once Christianity's fourth most important pilgrimage destination, ranking only behind Rome, Jerusalem and Santiago de Compostela. Tourism officials in Norway and Sweden hope they can restore its popularity. Our reporter Bob Walker has completed the 400 mile Olaf's Way which ends in Trondheim on Norway's Atlantic Coast. A journey the saint made in 1030.