Bangor, diocese of
The diocese has an area of over 1,500 square miles and includes the island of Anglesey, the holy island of Bardsey, burial place of many of the Welsh saints, and the mountainous countryside of Snowdonia. Worship in many of the churches is conducted in the Welsh language. William Morgan, translator of the Bible into Welsh (1588), was born in the diocese. His work was revised later by John Davies, rector of Mallwyd, the chaplain of the bishop of Bangor. More recently the notable priest and poet R. S. Thomas was rector of Aberdaron on the Lleyn peninsula, drawing much of his inspiration from the area.
Revd Dr John R. Guy
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