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Debt to Bishop Ken

From Mary Osborn

Sir, — The Aberdaron pilgrim’s prayer “written” by the Revd Evelyn Davies so closely resembles the prayer by Thomas Ken, Bishop of Bath & Wells 1684-1711, that some acknowledgement of source is surely due.

Bishop Ken’s prayer reads: “God our Heavenly Father, make, we pray, the door of this Cathedral Church wide enough to welcome all who need human love and fellowship and a Father’s care, but narrow enough to shut out all envy, ...

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