Christopher Jamison - Work

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Jamison came into wider public awareness after his appearance in the BBC Two television documentary, The Monastery. The series charted the trials and tribulations of six men of varying levels of belief over a period of forty days and nights as they attempt the follow the monastic life. He also made the TV documentary The Big Silence in 2010, which follows several ordinary people as they explore the value and challenge of silent meditation.

Jamison has written two books: Finding Sanctuary: Monastic steps for Everyday Life and Finding Happiness: Monastic Steps For A Fulfilling Life as well as contributing to many others. He is also the president of the International Conference on Benedictine Education (ICBE) which facilitates dialogue between Benedictine secondary schools across the world.

Fr Christopher currently works as the Director for the National Office of Vocation.

On BBC Radio 4 Any Questions Broadcast 10th and 11th August 2012, Christopher Jamison stated that he used to be the head teacher of Worth School in West Sussex.

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