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"At around 9.55am Monday morning police received a report that windows had been smashed and entry gained to the foodbank based at Venerable Bede church on Benwell Grove.
A joint statement from Ian Ramsey chair of governors the Rev David Brooke and the chair of governors of Venerable Bede CE Academy Ven Stuart Bain was issued confirming the changes.
The venerable Bede wrote: 'Her life fell into two equal parts, for she spent 30 years most nobly in secular occupations, and dedicated the remainder of her life even more nobly to our Lord in the monastic life -such was her good sense that her advice was sought and obtained, not only by ordinary folk in difficulties, but often, too, by kings and rulers.'
Officials of the Venerable Bede Church of England Aided Secondary School say the devices--which employ lasers to read the unique patterns in a person's retina--will let the school keep track of menus preselected and prepaid by parents.
Among the noted early hagiographers are Eusebius of Caesarea in the 4th century, Gregory I the Great in the 6th, the Venerable Bede in the 8th, and Aelfric in the 10th.
In assembling and ordering so much of the primary record and supplementing it with a wealth of illuminating, secondary sources, Garthoff has done for the final decades of Soviet-American relations what the Venerable Bede did for the early centuries of English Christianity.
At the beginning of the eighth century, a learned Benedictine monk, the Venerable Bede, described the growth of English Christianity in the Ecclesiastical History of the English People (731).
The site, which includes a PS4m museum, Anglo-Saxon farm and replica buildings and the 18th Century Jarrow Hall, tells the story of the life and times of the Venerable Bede of the Wearmouth-Jarrow monastery, who was one of the greatest scholars of his age and is known as the father of English history.
Our Lady of the Most Holy Rosary Primary School received a visit from the Venerable Bede - played by Keith Hemmer from Bede's World in Jarrow.
They were taken to hospital after a child said the "small white pills" were ecstasy at the Venerable Bede School in Sunderland.
It seems the Venerable Bede - who is the source quoted by historians on the Anglo-Saxon invasions - invented a myth to support the English rather than the Celtic Church and Bede never ventured out of his abbey in the North East, anyway!
The Rev Paul Brown said the device exploded after being hurled at the main door of the Church of the Venerable Bede in Wombourne, Staffordshire, on Sunday night.