Tania ap Sion

BA (Oxon), MA (Oxon), MA (Wales), PhD (Warwick), PGCE (Wales)

tania.apsion@bishopg.ac.uk

Summary

Tania is a North Wales based religious education specialist and theologian who has been working in these fields for over 25 years, leading and developing programmes at BA, BEd, MA, PGCE primary and secondary level, as well as research degree level.

She holds a BA and MA in Theology from Oxford University, an MA in Religious Studies from the University of Wales, Bangor, and a PhD in Education (focusing on theology, psychology and education) from the University of Warwick. Tania’s academic research has a strong relationship with professional practice in church-related, school-related, and community-related contexts. As an active researcher in religion, values and education, she recognises the importance of connecting research and educational practice.This is underpinned by the professional qualification of PGCE in Religious Education and English, ordination as an Anglican priest in the Church in Wales, and active membership of national and international organisations concerned with religion and education in schools and society.

Tania has held academic posts in Wales and England, including the universities of Bangor (1994-2007), Glyndwr (2011-2015) , Warwick (2015-2018), and currently (as Reader of Religions, Humanities and Education) at Bishop Grosseteste University (2018-cont). She is also Honorary Executive Director of the St Mary’s Centre, Wales, which is an Anglican research institute. In addition, she is a Visiting Research Associate in the Faculty of Theology, University of Pretoria, South Africa (2016-cont) and Visiting Professor in Queen’s College, Newfoundland, Canada (2017-cont).

Tania has originated curriculum resources for both primary and secondary religious education in Wales and has been closely involved with the development of religious education in the Curriculum for Wales 2022.

Professional memberships

Inter-European Commission on Church and School – Tania has been a board member and Wales Correspondent for this body since 2010 and has held the position of Secretary since 2013).

International Seminar on Religious Education and Values (ISREV) – Tania has been a member of this body since 2013.

International Society for the Sociology of Religion (ISSR) – Tania has been a member of this body since 2013.

International Society of Empirical Research in Theology (ISERT) – Tania has been a member of this body since 2008.

National Advisory Panel for Religious Education (NAPfRE) – Tania has been a member of this body since 2003, representing the St Mary’s Centre, Wales.

Network of Psychological Type and Christian Faith – Tania has been a member of this body since 2006 when she also held the position of Secretary until 2018.

Religious Education Council for England and Wales (REC) – Tania has been a WASACRE representative on this body since 2010 and was board member from 2010-2014.

Rural Theology Association – Tania has been an executive member of this body since 2018.

Society for the Scientific Study of Religion (SSSR) – Tania has been a member of this body since 2011.

Standing Advisory Councils for RE (Wrexham, Denbighshire, and Conwy) – Tania has been a co-opted member on these bodies since 2003.

Wales Association of Standing Advisory Councils for Religious Education (WASACRE) – Tania has been an Executive member of WASACRE since 2007; Secretary 2009-2013; Chair 2013-2015; Vice Chair 2020-cont.

Editorships and editorial boards

Tania holds the following editorial positions:

Challenging Religious Issues / Herio Materion Crefyddol (Managing Editor, 2013-cont).

Rural Theology (Editor, 2016-cont).

Journal of Beliefs and Values (Editorial Board, 2013-cont).

Research in the Social Scientific Study of Religion (Editorial Board 2014-cont).

British Journal of Religious Education (peer reviewer 2020-cont).

Areas of expertise

Tania’s areas of expertise include:

School-based research
Community-based research
Pathways to impact
Research methods
Curriculum development
Developing Learning Communities
Humanities (with a Religious Education / Religion, Values and Ethics lead)
Health and Well-being
Schools with a religious character

Research interests

Tania describes herself as an empirical theologian who also works in the fields of education, the psychology of religion, and the sociology of religion. She has contributed subject expertise and skills in qualitative methodologies to a number of large ‘mixed methods’ research projects. Her publications are wide-ranging and include research concerned with: prayer and sacred place; religious education; ‘faith’ schools; religious and spiritual experience; young people’s attitudes to religious diversity; psychological type theory and biblical hermeneutics; online religion; and implicit religion. With the Revd Canon Dr Randolph Ellis, Tania co-leads the Prayer and Sacred Place Project, which is concerned with approaching ‘place’ and ‘prayer’ in new ways through exploratory and speculative research studies, drawing on the disciplines of philosophy, theology, phenomenology, speculative realism, and education.

Research publications

ap Siôn, T. (2021). Insights from adolescents’ prayer requests within a Christian ethos school: A qualitative perspective. Journal of Empirical Theology, 34, 1-22.

ap Siôn, T. (2021). A question of authority [From a rural pulpit]. Rural Theology, 19 (1), 54-56.

Deschner, A., Francis, L. J., & ap Siôn, T. (2021). Exploring religions today: A quest for international knowledge transfer within the field of education for religious diversity. Zeitschrift für Pädagogik und Theologie, 73 (1), 51-60.

Francis, L. J., Edwards, O., & ap Siôn, T. (2021). Applying psychological type and psychological temperament theory to the congregations at cathedral carol services. Mental Health, Religion & Culture, 24 (4), 412-424. (Published online, 2020.)

ap Siôn, T. (2020). The power of place: Listening to visitors’ prayers left in a shrine in rural Wales. Rural Theology, 18 (2), 87-100.

ap Siôn, T. (2019). Lighting candles and writing prayers: Observing opportunities for spiritual practices in churches in rural Cornwall. Research in the Social Scientific Study of Religion, 29, 54-74.

Francis, L. J., & ap Siôn, T., Lankshear, D. W. & Eccles, E. L. (2019). Factors shaping prayer frequency among 9- to 11-year-olds. Greek Journal of Religious Education, 2 (1), 39-52.

ap Siôn (2018). Such faith. Rural Theology, 16 (1), 51-53.

ap Siôn, T. (2017). Religious experience among Catholic and Protestant sixth-form students in Northern Ireland: Looking for signs of the presence of God. Mental Health, Religion and Culture, 20, 330-347.

ap Siôn, T. (2017). Seeing how we see each other: Learning from quantitative research among young people in the UK. Journal of Beliefs and Values, 38, 305-317.

ap Siôn, T. (2017). Creating a place of prayer for the ‘other’: A comparative case study in Wales exploring the effects of re-shaping congregational space in an Anglican cathedral. Journal of Empirical Theology, 30, 218-235.

Francis, L. J., & ap Siôn, T. (2017). Reading the Lucan call of the first disciples differently: The voices of sensing and intuition. Journal of Beliefs and Values, 38, 188-198.

Francis, L. J., ap Siôn, T., McKenna, U., & Penny, G. (2017). Does Religious Education as an examination subject work to promote community cohesion? An empirical enquiry among 14- to 15-year-old adolescents in England and Wales. British Journal of Religious Education, 39, 303-316.

Francis, L.J., Penny, G., & ap Siôn, T. (2017). Schools with a religious character and community cohesion in Wales. In E. Arweck (Ed.), Young people’s attitudes to religious diversity, pp. 204-221. London: Routledge.

ap Siôn, T. (2016). The Church of England’s Pray One for Me intercessory prayersite: A virtual cathedral? Journal of Beliefs and Values, 37, 78-92.

Francis, L.J., & ap Siôn, T. (2016). Jesus, psychological type and conflict: A study in biblical hermeneutics applying the reader perspective and SIFT approach to Mark 11: 11-21. HTS Theological Studies, 72 (4).

Francis, L. J., & ap Siôn, T. (2016). Empirical theology and biblical hermeneutics: Exploring lessons for discipleship from the Road to Emmaus (Luke 24: 13-35). Journal of Empirical Theology, 29, 24-44.

ap Siôn, T. (2015). Applying and testing the ap Siôn Analytic Framework for Intercessory Prayer (apSAFIP): Exploring prayer requests left in an English cathedral. In L. Woodhead & G. Giordan (Eds.), A sociology of prayer, pp. 169-189. Farnham: Ashgate.

ap Siôn, T. (2015). Ministry of the cathedral prayer-board. In L.J. Francis (Ed.), Anglican cathedrals in modern life, pp.131-153. New York: Palgrave Macmillan.

ap Siôn, T. (2015). Prayers from the inner city: Listening to the prayer board in Southwark Cathedral. Research in the Social Scientific Study of Religion, 26, 99-119.

Edwards, O. & ap Siôn, T. (2015). Cathedral engagement with young people. In L.J. Francis (Ed.), Anglican cathedrals in modern life, pp. 29-49. New York: Palgrave Macmillan.

ap Siôn, T. (2014). Religious education, interfaith dialogue and community cohesion in Wales: An empirical investigation of the contribution made by the Standing Advisory Councils on Religious Education. Contemporary Wales, 27, 148-166.

ap Siôn, T., Francis, L. J., & Village, A. (2014). Measuring the contribution of independent Christian secondary schools to students’ religious, personal, and social values. Journal of Research on Christian Education, 23, 29-55.

Francis, L. J., ap Siôn, T., & Penny, G. (2014). Is belief in God a matter of public concern in contemporary Wales? An empirical enquiry concerning religious diversity among 13- to 15-year-old males. Contemporary Wales, 27, 40-57.

Francis, L. J., ap Siôn, T., & Village, A. (2014). Measuring the contribution of independent Christian secondary schools to students’ religious, personal, and social values. Journal of Research in Christian Education, 23, 29-55.

Francis, L. J., Lankshear, D. W., Robbins, M., Village, A., & ap Siôn, T. (2014). Defining and measuring the contribution of Anglican secondary schools to students’ religious, personal and social values. Journal of Empirical Theology, 27, 57-84.

Rolph, J., ap Siôn, T., Francis, L.J., & Rolph, P. (2014). Stress in rural ministry. Rural Theology, 12 (2), 106-118.

ap Siôn, T. & Francis, L.J. (2014). Religion and education in Wales. In M. Rothgangel, R. Jackson, & M. Jäggle (Eds.), Religious Education at schools in Europe: Part 2 Western Europe, pp. 261-285. Vienna: Vienna University Press.

ap Siôn, T. (2013). Ordinary prayer and the activity of God: Reading a cathedral prayer board. In J. Astley & L.J. Francis (Eds.), Exploring ordinary theology: Everyday Christian believing and the Church, pp. 147-158. Farnham: Ashgate.

ap Siôn, T. & Nash, P. (2013). Coping through prayer: An empirical study in implicit religion concerning prayers for children in hospital. Mental Health, Religion and Culture, 16 (9), 936-952.

ap Siôn, T. & Edwards, O. (2013). Say One for Me: The implicit religion of prayers from the street. Mental Health, Religion and Culture, 16 (9), 922-935.

Francis, L.J & ap Siôn, T. (2013). A church of implicit religion? A study in psychological type theory and measurement. Implicit Religion, 16 (2), 169-189.

ap Siôn, T. (2012). Ordinary prayer and the rural church: An empirical study of prayer cards. In L.J. Francis & M. Robbins (Eds.), Rural life and rural church, pp. 64-79. London: Equinox.

ap Siôn, T. & Edwards, O. (2012). Praying ‘online’: The ordinary theology of prayer intentions posted on the internet. Journal of Beliefs and Values, 33 (1), 95-109.

ap Siôn, T. & Edwards, O. (2012). Cathedral engagement with young people: Learning from Church of England cathedral websites in rural dioceses. Rural Theology, 10 (2), 179-194.

ap Siôn, T. & Windsor, C. (2012). Freemasonry through the eyes of Anglican clergy: Insights from implicit religion? Implicit Religion, 15 (3), 339-355.

Francis, L.J., Annis, J., Robbins, M., ap Siôn, T., & Williams, E. (2012). National heritage and spiritual awareness: A study in psychological type theory among visitors to St Davids Cathedral. In F.V. Anthony & H.G. Ziebertz (Eds.), Religious identity and national heritage: Empirical-theological perspectives, pp. 123-148. Leiden: Brill.

ap Siôn, T. (2011). Interpreting God’s activity in the public square: Accessing the ordinary theology of personal prayer. In L.J. Francis & H.G. Ziebertz (Eds.), The public significance of religion, pp. 315-342. Leiden: Brill.

ap Siôn, T., Francis, L.J., & Windsor, C. (2011). How Anglican clergy perceive freemasonry: A complementary system, an incompatible enemy, or a harmless eccentricity. Journal of Contemporary Religion, 26, 225-243.

ap Siôn, T. (2010). Implicit religion and ordinary prayer. Implicit Religion, 13 (3), 275-294.

ap Siôn, T. (2009). Ordinary prayer and the rural church: An empirical study of prayer cards. Rural Theology, 7 (1), 17-31.

ap Siôn, T. & Francis, L.J. (2009). Psychological perspectives on prayer. In M. de Souza, L.J. Francis, J. O’Higgins-Norman, & D. Scott (Eds.), International handbook of education for spirituality, care and wellbeing: Part one, pp. 247-267. Netherlands: Springer.

ap Siôn, T., Francis, L.J., & Baker, S. (2009). The theological case for Christian schools in England and Wales: A qualitative perspective listening to the female alumnae. In L.J. Francis, M. Robbins and J. Astley (Eds.). Text and tables: Quantitative, qualitative, and comparative perspectives in empirical theology, pp. 217-245. Leiden: Brill.

ap Siôn, T. (2008). Distinguishing between intention, reference, and objective in an analysis of prayer requests for health and well-being: Eavesdropping from the rural vestry. Mental Health, Religion, and Culture, 11 (1), 53-65.

ap Siôn, T. (2007). Listening to prayers: An analysis of prayers left in a country church in rural England. Archiv für Religionspsychologie, 29, 199-226.

ap Siôn, T., Francis, L.J., & Baker, S. (2007). Experiencing education in the new Christian schools in the UK: Listening to the male graduates. Journal of Beliefs and Values, 28 (1), 1-15.

Francis, L.J., Robbins, M., Lewis, C.A., Barnes, P. & ap Siôn, T. (2007). Attitude toward Christianity among secondary school pupils in Northern Ireland: Shifts in denominational differences. Educational Research, 49 (4), 431-436.

ap Siôn, T. (2006). Looking for signs of the presence of God in Northern Ireland: Religious experience among Catholic and Protestant sixth-form pupils. Archiv für Religionspsychologie, 28, 349-370.

Francis, L.J., ap Siôn, T., Lewis, C.A., Robbins, M., & Barnes, P. (2006). Attitude toward Christianity and religious experience: Replication among 16- to 18-year-old adolescents in Northern Ireland. Research in Education, 76, 56-61.

Curriculum publications

Tania’s school-related curriculum publications include:

Randalph’s Spiritual Quest and Search for Meaning Series (2019) – online

ap Siôn (2019). Bringing health and healing (Randalph’s Spiritual Quest and Search for Meaning Series). Bear Lands Publishing.

ap Siôn (2019). Caring for the future (Randalph’s Spiritual Quest and Search for Meaning Series). Bear Lands Publishing.

ap Siôn (2019). Living with nature (Randalph’s Spiritual Quest and Search for Meaning Series). Bear Lands Publishing.

ap Siôn (2019). Making spiritual journeys (Randalph’s Spiritual Quest and Search for Meaning Series). Bear Lands Publishing.

ap Siôn (2019). Remembering the past (Randalph’s Spiritual Quest and Search for Meaning Series). Bear Lands Publishing.

ap Siôn (2019). Serving others (Randalph’s Spiritual Quest and Search for Meaning Series). Bear Lands Publishing.

ap Siôn (2019). A teachers’ guide (Randalph’s Spiritual Quest and Search for Meaning Series). Bear Lands Publishing.

ap Siôn (2019). Dod ag iechyd ac iachâd (Cyfres Ymchwil Ysbrydol Randalph a’i Chwiliad am Ystyr) Bear Lands Publishing.

ap Siôn (2019). Gofalu am y dyfodol (Cyfres Ymchwil Ysbrydol Randalph a’i Chwiliad am Ystyr) Bear Lands Publishing.

ap Siôn (2019). Byw gyda natur (Cyfres Ymchwil Ysbrydol Randalph a’i Chwiliad am Ystyr). Bear Lands Publishing.

ap Siôn (2019). Mynd ar deithiau ysbrydol (Cyfres Ymchwil Ysbrydol Randalph a’i Chwiliad am Ystyr). Bear Lands Publishing.

ap Siôn (2019). Cofio’r gorffennol (Cyfres Ymchwil Ysbrydol Randalph a’i Chwiliad am Ystyr). Bear Lands Publishing.

ap Siôn (2019). Gwasanaethu eraill (Cyfres Ymchwil Ysbrydol Randalph a’i Chwiliad am Ystyr). Bear Lands Publishing.

ap Siôn (2019). Canllawiau i athrawon (Cyfres Ymchwil Ysbrydol Randalph a’i Chwiliad am Ystyr). Bear Lands Publishing.

World Faiths Today Series (2019) – revised online edition (original published 2008/9)

ap Siôn. T. (2019). Exploring Islam (World Faiths Today series). Bear Lands Publishing.

ap Siôn, T. (2019). Exploring Hinduism (World Faiths Today series). Bear Lands Publishing.

ap Siôn, T. (2019). Exploring Buddhism (World Faiths Today series). Bear Lands Publishing.

ap Siôn, T. (2019). Exploring Sikhism (World Faiths Today series). Bear Lands Publishing.

ap Siôn, T. (2019). Exploring Judaism (World Faiths Today series). Bear Lands Publishing.

Francis, L.J. & ap Siôn, T. (2019). Exploring the orthodox church (World Faiths Today series). Bear Lands Publishing

Francis, L.J. & ap Siôn, T. (2019). Exploring the parish church (World Faiths Today series). Bear Lands Publishing.

ap Siôn, T., Francis, L.J., & Drayson, D. (2019). World faiths today: Teacher’s handbook (World Faiths Today series). Bear Lands Publishing.

ap Siôn, T. (2019). Archwilio Islam (Cyfres Crefyddau’r Byd Heddiw). Bear Lands Publishing.

ap Siôn, T. (2019). Archwilio Hindŵaeth (Cyfres Crefyddau’r Byd Heddiw). Bear Lands Publishing.

ap Siôn, T. (2019). Archwilio Bwdhaeth (Cyfres Crefyddau’r Byd Heddiw). Bear Lands Publishing.

ap Siôn, T. (2019). Archwilio Sikhiaeth (Cyfres Crefyddau’r Byd Heddiw). Bear Lands Publishing.

ap Siôn, T. (2019). Archwilio Iddewiaeth (Cyfres Crefyddau’r Byd Heddiw). Bear Lands Publishing.

Francis, L.J. & ap Siôn, T. (2019). Archwilio’r eglwys uniongred (Cyfres Crefyddau’r Byd Heddiw). Bear Lands Publishing.

Francis, L.J. & ap Siôn, T. (2019). Archwilio eglwys y plwyf (Cyfres Crefyddau’r Byd Heddiw). Bear Lands Publishing.

ap Siôn, T., Francis, L.J., & Drayson, D. (2019). Crefyddau’r byd heddiw: Llawlyfr athrawon (Cyfres Crefyddau’r Byd Heddiw). Bear Lands Publishing.

Exploring Why Series (2016) – online and hard copy

ap Siôn, T. & Francis, L.J. (2016). Water (Exploring Why series). Bear Lands Publishing.

ap Siôn, T. & Francis, L.J. (2016). Veil (Exploring Why series). Bear Lands Publishing.

ap Siôn, T. & Francis, L.J. (2016). Light (Exploring Why series). Bear Lands Publishing.

ap Siôn, T. & Francis, L.J. (2016). Menorah (Exploring Why series). Bear Lands Publishing.

Francis, L.J. & ap Siôn, T. (2016). Bread (Exploring Why series). Bear Lands Publishing.

Francis, L.J. & ap Siôn, T. (2016). Cross (Exploring Why series). Bear Lands Publishing.

Francis, L.J. & ap Siôn, T. (2016). Symbols of faith (Exploring Why series). Bear Lands Publishing.

ap Siôn, T. & Francis, L.J. (2016). Dŵr (Cyfres Archwilio Pam). Bear Lands Publishing.

ap Siôn, T. & Francis, L.J. (2016). Fêl (Cyfres Archwilio Pam). Bear Lands Publishing.

ap Siôn, T. & Francis, L.J. (2016). Goleuni (Cyfres Archwilio Pam). Bear Lands Publishing.

ap Siôn, T. & Francis, L.J. (2016). Menora (Cyfres Archwilio Pam). Bear Lands Publishing.

Francis, L.J. & ap Siôn, T. (2016). Bara (Cyfres Archwilio Pam). Bear Lands Publishing.

Francis, L.J. & ap Siôn, T. (2016). Croes (Cyfres Archwilio Pam). Bear Lands Publishing.

Francis, L.J. & ap Siôn, T. (2016). Symbolau ffydd (Cyfres Archwilio Pam). Bear Lands Publishing.

Francis, L.J., ap Siôn, T., & Jones, L. (2016). Activity resources for learners and teachers (Exploring Why series), Bear Lands Publishing.

Francis, L.J., ap Siôn, T., & Jones, L. (2016). Adnoddau gweithgaredd ar gyfer dysgwyr ac athrawon (Cyfres Archwilio Pam). Bear Lands Publishing.

Exploring Our World Series (2016) – online and hard copy

ap Siôn, T. & Francis, L.J. (2016). Journeys (Exploring Our World series). Bear Lands Publishing.

ap Siôn, T. & Francis, L.J. (2016). Special people (Exploring Our World series). Bear Lands Publishing.

ap Siôn, T. & Francis, L.J. (2016). Signs and symbols (Exploring Our World series). Bear Lands Publishing.

ap Siôn, T. & Francis, L.J. (2016). Celebrations (Exploring Our World series). Bear Lands Publishing.

ap Siôn, T. & Francis, L.J. (2016). Myself and others (Exploring Our World series). Bear Lands Publishing.

ap Siôn, T. & Francis, L.J. (2016). Times and seasons (Exploring Our World series). Bear Lands Publishing.

ap Siôn, T. & Francis, L.J. (2016). Teithiau (Cyfres Archwilio Ein Byd). Bear Lands Publishing.

ap Siôn, T. & Francis, L.J. (2016). Pobl arbennig (Cyfres Archwilio Ein Byd). Bear Lands Publishing.

ap Siôn, T. & Francis, L.J. (2016). Arwyddion a symbolau (Cyfres Archwilio Ein Byd). Bear Lands Publishing.

ap Siôn, T. & Francis, L.J. (2016). Dathliadau (Cyfres Archwilio Ein Byd). Bear Lands Publishing.

ap Siôn, T. & Francis, L.J. (2016). Fi fy hun ac eraill (Cyfres Archwilio Ein Byd). Bear Lands Publishing.

ap Siôn, T. & Francis, L.J. (2016). Ardegau a thymhorau (Cyfres Archwilio Ein Byd). Bear Lands Publishing.

Francis, L.J., ap Siôn, T., & Jones, L. (2016). Activity resources for learners and teachers (Exploring Our World series). Bear Lands Publishing.

Francis, L.J., ap Siôn, T., & Jones, L. (2016). Adnoddau gweithgaredd ar gyfer dysgwyr ac athrawon (Cyfres Archwilio Ein Byd). Bear Lands Publishing.

World Faiths Today Series (2008/2009)

ap Siôn. T. (2008). Exploring Islam (World Faiths Today series). Bangor: Welsh National Centre for Religious Education.

ap Siôn, T. (2008). Exploring Hinduism (World Faiths Today series). Bangor: Welsh National Centre for Religious Education.

ap Siôn, T. (2008). Exploring Buddhism (World Faiths Today series). Bangor: Welsh National Centre for Religious Education.

ap Siôn, T. (2008). Exploring Sikhism (World Faiths Today series). Bangor: Welsh National Centre for Religious Education.

ap Siôn, T. (2008). Exploring Judaism (World Faiths Today series). Bangor: Welsh National Centre for Religious Education.

Francis, L.J. & ap Siôn, T. (2008). Exploring the orthodox church (World Faiths Today series). Bangor: Welsh National Centre for Religious Education.

Francis, L.J. & ap Siôn, T. (2008). Exploring the parish church (World Faiths Today series). Bangor: Welsh National Centre for Religious Education.

ap Siôn, T., Francis, L.J., & Drayson, D. (2009). World faiths today: Teacher’s handbook (World Faiths Today series). Bangor: Welsh National Centre for Religious Education.

ap Siôn, T. (2008). Archwilio Islam (Cyfres Crefyddau’r Byd Heddiw). Bangor: Canolfan Genedlaethol Addysg Grefyddol.

ap Siôn, T. (2008). Archwilio Hindŵaeth (Cyfres Crefyddau’r Byd Heddiw). Bangor: Canolfan Genedlaethol Addysg Grefyddol.

ap Siôn, T. (2008). Archwilio Bwdhaeth (Cyfres Crefyddau’r Byd Heddiw). Bangor: Canolfan Genedlaethol Addysg Grefyddol.

ap Siôn, T. (2008). Archwilio Sikhiaeth (Cyfres Crefyddau’r Byd Heddiw). Bangor: Canolfan Genedlaethol Addysg Grefyddol.

ap Siôn, T. (2008). Archwilio Iddewiaeth (Cyfres Crefyddau’r Byd Heddiw). Bangor: Canolfan Genedlaethol Addysg Grefyddol.

Francis, L.J. & ap Siôn, T. (2008). Archwilio’r eglwys uniongred (Cyfres Crefyddau’r Byd Heddiw). Bangor: Canolfan Genedlaethol Addysg Grefyddol.

Francis, L.J. & ap Siôn, T. (2008). Archwilio eglwys y plwyf (Cyfres Crefyddau’r Byd Heddiw). Bangor: Canolfan Genedlaethol Addysg Grefyddol.

ap Siôn, T., Francis, L.J., & Drayson, D. (2009). Crefyddau’r byd heddiw: Llawlyfr athrawon (Cyfres Crefyddau’r Byd Heddiw). Bangor: Canolfan Genedlaethol Addysg Grefyddol.

Tania’s church-related publications include:

ap Siôn, T. et al (2015-cont). The Teddy Horsley website: http://www.teddyhorsley.org

Rendle, L., ap Siôn, T., Francis, L.J. (2015). The Pilgrim Trail at St Tysilio. St Mary’s and St Giles’ Centre.

Rendle, L., ap Siôn, T., Francis, L.J. (2015). Llwybr y Pererinion yn Eglwys Sant Tysilio. St Mary’s and St Giles’ Centre.

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