CWYD

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CWYDCatholic World Youth Day
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IN 1762 in the remote Cardiganshire village of Llangeitho, the congregated crowds of Methodists enthusiastically sang: Arglwydd, arwain trwy''r anialwch, Fi bererin gwael ei wedd, Nad oes ynof nerth na bywyd, Fel yn gorwedd yn y bedd: Hollalluog Ydyw''r un a''m cwyd i lan They are words best known, of course, in their English language translation: Guide me, O thou great Jehovah, Pilgrim through this barren land, I am weak, but thou art mighty, Hold me with thy powerful hand: Bread of heaven Feed me till I want no more Penned by William Williams, Pantycelyn, the hymn had just been published for the first time in a hymnbook evocatively titled: Caniadau y Rhai sydd ar y Mor o Wydr (Songs of those who are on the Sea of Glass).
"Cwyd ei galon pan sylweddola na fydd Ceri ond yn wyth ar hugain oed pan fydd ef yn ugain.
Morwena Williams, Pentraeth Y Dafn Od (snowdrop) Dihuno yn oer gryd anian - cyn dydd, Cawn y dafn-od bychan, A byw cwyd ei wyneb can Swil, i geisio haul gusan.
Can wych y Big Leaves am foddi Cantre'r Gwaelod oedd un o'r caneuon cefndir, er enghraifft: ``Seithennyn cwyd, a chofia gau y drws...,'' ac mewn golygfa eironig arall, clywid llais hudolus Twm Morys yn canu ``Dyma dir y tadau gynt...''
"Alison truly excels both in her role as Pentre Mawr Warden and in all the voluntary work she does to help improve the wider Abergele Community," said Cwyd Alyn's Kevin Hughes.