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Orthodoxy in Wales

Saint Theodore of Tarsus, Archbishop of Canterbury from AD 668 to 690, was a Greek-speaking Syrian monk, who found himself appointed, late in life, to lead the Church in Britain. To the task, he brought with him great administrative skill, immense learning, and personal holiness. St Teilo, meanwhile, who lived a century before Theodore, was a disciple of St David and was instrumental in establishing the Christian Faith in Britain, laying down the foundations on which Theodore would build. He is also the Patron Saint of the city of Cardiff.

Our Community follows in the footsteps of these men, by living out the same faith, and sharing the substance of that faith among the people of Cardiff and South Wales today.

Everyone is always welcome.

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