Trystan Owain Hughes

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Trystan Owain Hughes is Chaplain at Cardiff University. He attained an MTh from Oxford University, with a thesis on suffering and contemplative prayer, and a PhD in church history from the University of Wales, Bangor. He is the author of Winds of Change: The Roman Catholic Church and Society in Wales 1916-1962 (UWP, 1999), Finding Hope and Meaning in Suffering (SPCK, 2010), and The Compassion Quest. Trystan is a regular voice to be heard on BBC Radio 4's 'Prayer for the Day' and BBC Radio 2's 'Pause for Thought', as well as on BBC Radio Wales and BBC Radio Cymru. He runs well-attended meditative retreats and quiet days at parish, diocesan and university level, he is on the theological commission that assists the bench of Welsh Bishops, and he lectures at Cardiff University and St Michael's Theological College, Llandaff.

Trystan is a lively and engaging speaker, who has spoken in Universities, churches, and retreats across the world, including Australia, USA, India, Germany, and Ireland.

He is available for booking for talks, lectures, meditative retreats or quiet days.

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