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  1. Thieves and robbers who stole the Lindisfarne Gospels named below.

    Former owner: Bowyer, Robert, 1560-1621, parliamentary official and politician.
    Former owner: Cotton, Sir, John, 1621-1702, …

    Durham Cathedral was stolen from the Catholic Church by the thieves of The Church of England.
    Robbing the POOR!

    Visit Open Treasure, an outstanding exhibition experience through the UK’s most intact medieval monastic buildings.

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    https://maryqueenofscots1587.wordpress.com/2019/12/19/thieves-who-stole-the-lindisfarne-gospels-named-below-former-owner-bowyer-robert-c-1560-1621-parliamentary-official-and-politician-form/… via @MQofScots

    The British Library @britishlibrary Aug 20, 2013

    There are still 42 days left for you to see the magnificent #LindisfarneGospels in Durham – http://bit.ly/12l4e7A
    Durham Cathedral @durhamcathedral Mar 16, 2016

    There are still tickets available for tonight’s concert inspired by the #LindisfarneGospels! http://durhamcathedral.co.uk/st-cuthbert-festival/lindisfarne-gospel…

    Durham Cathedral @durhamcathedral Jul 18, 2017

    Don’t miss ‘Treasures of the Anglo-Saxons’ with @DrJaninaRamirez tonight at 10.30 on @BBCFOUR

    Look out for the #LindisfarneGospels!
    Durham Cathedral @durhamcathedral Oct 25, 2016

    Our next Show & Tell features a magnificent facsimile edition of the #LindisfarneGospels! http://bit.ly/2fciX2s @BedesBooks @DurhamWHS
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    https://lindisfarnegospels.blogspot.com/

    Francesco Josepa Dougan

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  2. This could be retitled “The great risk of using God instead of serving Him.” It aggrieved me very much to watch this but this man is telling the truth as clearly as possible. It is the red pill that is needed. It disposes one to grief and prayer and action. We cannot let this go on. To do so is to give up everything worthwhile.

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