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Keeping in Touch

Keeping in Touch

23 October 2020

As we’re moving back into the Cathedral, but still aware that many are relying on online contact, there are some changes to our ‘Keeping in Touch’ arrangements.

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Exeter Cathedral Christmas Market 
to Go Ahead, with New Safety Measures

Exeter Cathedral­ Christmas Market 
to Go Ahead, with New Safety Measures

23 October 2020

Exeter Cathedral has confirmed plans to hold its traditional Christmas Market this year. The decision comes following extensive discussions to ensure appropriate safety measures in the light of current coronavirus concerns.

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Holly Berries in October!

Holly Berries in October!

23 October 2020

I was out for a walk with my husband and dogs recently at one of our particular favourite haunts on the Jurassic Coast. We were searching for sloes, but that’s another story. I was struck by the number of holly trees that were full of berries.

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Review: A Call to Embrace Responsibility for Our Planet

Review: A Call to Embrace Responsib­ility for Our Planet

16 October 2020

David Wallace-Wells
The Uninhabitable Earth: A Story of the Future

Whatever you think about climate change this book will take you to a new level.

Read the review
Review: The False Premise of Meritocracy

Review: The False Premise of Meritocra­cy

23 October 2020

Michael J Sandel
‘The Tyranny of Merit: What’s Become of the Common Good?’

We live in an age of winners and losers; entrenched inequality gives a lie to the idea that you can make it if you try hard enough.

Read the review
Opportunities to Join the Cathedral Chapter

Opportuni­ties to Join the Cathedral Chapter

09 October 2020

As Exeter Cathedral seeks applicants for two very important new roles, The Very Revd Jonathan Greener explains more about the Cathedral Chapter and the new Chapter Canon opportunities.

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Keeping in Touch

Keeping in Touch

23 October 2020

As we’re moving back into the Cathedral, but still aware that many are relying on online contact, there are some changes to our ‘Keeping in Touch’ arrangements.

FIND OUT MORE
Review: The False Premise of Meritocracy

Review: The False Premise of Meritocra­cy

23 October 2020

Michael J Sandel
‘The Tyranny of Merit: What’s Become of the Common Good?’

We live in an age of winners and losers; entrenched inequality gives a lie to the idea that you can make it if you try hard enough.

Read the review
Review: A Call to Embrace Responsibility for Our Planet

Review: A Call to Embrace Responsib­ility for Our Planet

16 October 2020

David Wallace-Wells
The Uninhabitable Earth: A Story of the Future

Whatever you think about climate change this book will take you to a new level.

Read the review
Holly Berries in October!

Holly Berries in October!

23 October 2020

I was out for a walk with my husband and dogs recently at one of our particular favourite haunts on the Jurassic Coast. We were searching for sloes, but that’s another story. I was struck by the number of holly trees that were full of berries.

Read more
Exeter Cathedral Christmas Market 
to Go Ahead, with New Safety Measures

Exeter Cathedral­ Christmas Market 
to Go Ahead, with New Safety Measures

23 October 2020

Exeter Cathedral has confirmed plans to hold its traditional Christmas Market this year. The decision comes following extensive discussions to ensure appropriate safety measures in the light of current coronavirus concerns.

Read more
Opportunities to Join the Cathedral Chapter

Opportuni­ties to Join the Cathedral Chapter

09 October 2020

As Exeter Cathedral seeks applicants for two very important new roles, The Very Revd Jonathan Greener explains more about the Cathedral Chapter and the new Chapter Canon opportunities.

Read more
Keeping in Touch

Keeping in Touch

23 October 2020

As we’re moving back into the Cathedral, but still aware that many are relying on online contact, there are some changes to our ‘Keeping in Touch’ arrangements.

FIND OUT MORE
Holly Berries in October!

Holly Berries in October!

23 October 2020

I was out for a walk with my husband and dogs recently at one of our particular favourite haunts on the Jurassic Coast. We were searching for sloes, but that’s another story. I was struck by the number of holly trees that were full of berries.

Read more
Review: The False Premise of Meritocracy

Review: The False Premise of Meritocra­cy

23 October 2020

Michael J Sandel
‘The Tyranny of Merit: What’s Become of the Common Good?’

We live in an age of winners and losers; entrenched inequality gives a lie to the idea that you can make it if you try hard enough.

Read the review
Exeter Cathedral Christmas Market 
to Go Ahead, with New Safety Measures

Exeter Cathedral­ Christmas Market 
to Go Ahead, with New Safety Measures

23 October 2020

Exeter Cathedral has confirmed plans to hold its traditional Christmas Market this year. The decision comes following extensive discussions to ensure appropriate safety measures in the light of current coronavirus concerns.

Read more
Review: A Call to Embrace Responsibility for Our Planet

Review: A Call to Embrace Responsib­ility for Our Planet

16 October 2020

David Wallace-Wells
The Uninhabitable Earth: A Story of the Future

Whatever you think about climate change this book will take you to a new level.

Read the review
Opportunities to Join the Cathedral Chapter

Opportuni­ties to Join the Cathedral Chapter

09 October 2020

As Exeter Cathedral seeks applicants for two very important new roles, The Very Revd Jonathan Greener explains more about the Cathedral Chapter and the new Chapter Canon opportunities.

Read more

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