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Menevia,

Wales: see Saint David'sSaint David's,
Welsh Tyddewi, small town, Pembrokeshire, SW Wales. The renowned town cathedral is mainly Transitional Norman in style, built of red-violet stone. Among its features is the late 13th-century shrine of St. David, the patron saint of Wales.
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Mary''s was created in the (Roman Catholic) diocese of Menevia.
A divorced Catholic headteacher in Tenby is being investigated by the Diocese of Menevia over claims he is 'living in sin' with a woman in Narbeth.
Father Michael Burke, of the Diocese of Menevia, said: "We have advised them not to raise money for Comic Relief because before it has gone to agencies backing abortion.
It should be made clear that it is the Diocese of Menevia alone that has spent "large sums of money" without any consultation with the parish.
Bishop Mark Jabale, of the West Wales Diocese of Menevia, said the church had been assured that funds raised would not go to groups supporting abortion.
Before disappearing Fr Welsford wrote to his bishop, Daniel Williams of the Diocese of Menevia in Mid Wales, saying the allegation he faced was "completely false".
IN his letter (Western Mail, May 26) Adrian Murphy, a trustee of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Menevia, writes in disparaging terms of Mr David Subacchi and some "misguided caucus of 'parishioners'".
Controversy broke out after church leaders banned three schools in the Diocese of Menevia from backing the charity because they believed it funded abortion clinics.
MAY I, as a trustee of the Catholic Diocese of Menevia, refute the points made about St Winifrede's Church in Aberystwyth by Mr David Subacchi (Letters, May 18), who, if he lives in Wrexham has no direct connection to the parish of St Winifrede's.
Pupils from several schools in the Diocese of Menevia, which covers Catholic churches in south west Wales, cannot join in with Friday's charity event.
The Catholic diocese of Menevia and Bishop Vaughan RC School challenged the policy in a judicial review and this week a High Court judge ruled in their favour labelling the cashstrapped council's policy "indirect discrimination".