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Stories we pay attention to

Stories we pay attention to

31 July 2020

Life is full of stories that vie for our attention. Which ones do we pay attention to? I’ve enjoyed some recent TV programmes examining the myths and legends of key moments in history.

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Stapledon the Cathedral Cat Returns!

Stapledon the Cathedral Cat Returns!

31 July 2020

I’ve been having a bit of time off lately, but am now back at the Cathedral and raring to go. It is so lovely to have visitors about once more. This week I want to tell you about a memorial and window in the Cathedral that are often missed by visitors…

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Review: Refocusing on Our Greatest Existential Threat

Review: Refocusing on Our Greatest Existenti­al Threat

31 July 2020

Climate Change and the Nation State: the Realist Case
By Anatol Lieven

Journalist turned academic Anatol Lieven, seeks to find a way forward through a moderate and security based form of national self-interest.

Read the review
All You That Are Weary

All You That Are Weary

24 July 2020

I’m starting to get lockdown fatigue. At first, in March, lockdown had a novelty about it. It was restricting and annoying, but at least it was new. And we had to work hard to find new ways of being church and being human – from learning new digital technologies, to remembering to keep two metres apart, to working out what to do in ‘one form of exercise a day.’

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Recipe: Puttanesca Sauce

Recipe: Puttanesca Sauce

31 July 2020

If you have been following my recipes in Cathedral Life, you will see that they have all been vegetarian, so this is a departure, though it will barely be classed as a pescatarian as it is mainly about olives and tomatoes.

See the recipe
Unearthed: Updates from the Cloisters Archaeological Investigation

Unearthed: Updates from the Cloisters Archaeolo­gical Investiga­tion

30 July 2020

Archaeologist Simon Hughes keeps us updated on the dig at Exeter Cathedral. They aim to reveal crucial information about the site’s original medieval cloister, and on a site of such historical importance, hope to unearth other significant discoveries too…

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Stories we pay attention to

Stories we pay attention to

31 July 2020

Life is full of stories that vie for our attention. Which ones do we pay attention to? I’ve enjoyed some recent TV programmes examining the myths and legends of key moments in history.

Read more
Recipe: Puttanesca Sauce

Recipe: Puttanesca Sauce

31 July 2020

If you have been following my recipes in Cathedral Life, you will see that they have all been vegetarian, so this is a departure, though it will barely be classed as a pescatarian as it is mainly about olives and tomatoes.

See the recipe
Unearthed: Updates from the Cloisters Archaeological Investigation

Unearthed: Updates from the Cloisters Archaeolo­gical Investiga­tion

30 July 2020

Archaeologist Simon Hughes keeps us updated on the dig at Exeter Cathedral. They aim to reveal crucial information about the site’s original medieval cloister, and on a site of such historical importance, hope to unearth other significant discoveries too…

Read more
Review: Refocusing on Our Greatest Existential Threat

Review: Refocusing on Our Greatest Existenti­al Threat

31 July 2020

Climate Change and the Nation State: the Realist Case
By Anatol Lieven

Journalist turned academic Anatol Lieven, seeks to find a way forward through a moderate and security based form of national self-interest.

Read the review
Stapledon the Cathedral Cat Returns!

Stapledon the Cathedral Cat Returns!

31 July 2020

I’ve been having a bit of time off lately, but am now back at the Cathedral and raring to go. It is so lovely to have visitors about once more. This week I want to tell you about a memorial and window in the Cathedral that are often missed by visitors…

Read more
All You That Are Weary

All You That Are Weary

24 July 2020

I’m starting to get lockdown fatigue. At first, in March, lockdown had a novelty about it. It was restricting and annoying, but at least it was new. And we had to work hard to find new ways of being church and being human – from learning new digital technologies, to remembering to keep two metres apart, to working out what to do in ‘one form of exercise a day.’

Read more
Stories we pay attention to

Stories we pay attention to

31 July 2020

Life is full of stories that vie for our attention. Which ones do we pay attention to? I’ve enjoyed some recent TV programmes examining the myths and legends of key moments in history.

Read more
Review: Refocusing on Our Greatest Existential Threat

Review: Refocusing on Our Greatest Existenti­al Threat

31 July 2020

Climate Change and the Nation State: the Realist Case
By Anatol Lieven

Journalist turned academic Anatol Lieven, seeks to find a way forward through a moderate and security based form of national self-interest.

Read the review
Recipe: Puttanesca Sauce

Recipe: Puttanesca Sauce

31 July 2020

If you have been following my recipes in Cathedral Life, you will see that they have all been vegetarian, so this is a departure, though it will barely be classed as a pescatarian as it is mainly about olives and tomatoes.

See the recipe
Stapledon the Cathedral Cat Returns!

Stapledon the Cathedral Cat Returns!

31 July 2020

I’ve been having a bit of time off lately, but am now back at the Cathedral and raring to go. It is so lovely to have visitors about once more. This week I want to tell you about a memorial and window in the Cathedral that are often missed by visitors…

Read more
Unearthed: Updates from the Cloisters Archaeological Investigation

Unearthed: Updates from the Cloisters Archaeolo­gical Investiga­tion

30 July 2020

Archaeologist Simon Hughes keeps us updated on the dig at Exeter Cathedral. They aim to reveal crucial information about the site’s original medieval cloister, and on a site of such historical importance, hope to unearth other significant discoveries too…

Read more
All You That Are Weary

All You That Are Weary

24 July 2020

I’m starting to get lockdown fatigue. At first, in March, lockdown had a novelty about it. It was restricting and annoying, but at least it was new. And we had to work hard to find new ways of being church and being human – from learning new digital technologies, to remembering to keep two metres apart, to working out what to do in ‘one form of exercise a day.’

Read more

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