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Keeping in Touch

14 May 2021

Our online activities continue and we’d love to invite you to join in, to support one another, to learn together, and keep in touch.

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All-Electric Mobile Café Shares Taste of Cathedral across Devon

All-Elect­ric Mobile Café Shares Taste of Cathedral across Devon

14 May 2021

Staff and clergy from Exeter Cathedral will soon be driving a new, custom-built mobile café to communities across Devon, serving locally sourced and ethically produced refreshments. The café is called 'Ten Fifty' and it's currently open for business on the Cathedral Green.

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Reopening Rapture

Reopening Rapture

14 May 2021

The cathedral doors will be thrown open to everyone once more at 9.30am on Monday 17 May.

Covid restrictions will be in place to ensure everyone’s safety but, essentially, its back to business as usual for the Cathedral, its staff and visitors. Teams across the cathedral will breathe a huge sigh of relief as they greet worshippers, heritage and music fans, tourists and coffee drinkers alike.

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Review: A Ring-Side View of Contemporary Political Battles

Review: A Ring-Side View of Contempor­ary Political Battles

07 May 2021

Anne Applebaum
Twilight of Democracy: The Failure of Politics and the parting of Friends

Both a commentary on contemporary politics and a personal story of friendships torn apart and ideals betrayed, the story starts at a party in Poland where friends have gathered to celebrate the new millennium.

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The Moral and Political Battle to Eradicate Slavery

The Moral and Political Battle to Eradicate Slavery

14 May 2021

Courageous people stood up and fought a long hard battle to win the freedom of colonial slaves. This book tells their stories, as well as the tales of those who fought a strong rearguard action to preserve the status quo. This is a fascinating and disturbing read that shines a bright light on the shadows of British history

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The Ascension – A Necessary Mystery

The Ascension – A Necessary Mystery

14 May 2021

By Ian Morter

The Ascension has been the subject of artists across the globe and throughout history. But do these works of art help us understand this mysterious event?

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Keeping in Touch

Keeping in Touch

14 May 2021

Our online activities continue and we’d love to invite you to join in, to support one another, to learn together, and keep in touch.

Read more
The Moral and Political Battle to Eradicate Slavery

The Moral and Political Battle to Eradicate Slavery

14 May 2021

Courageous people stood up and fought a long hard battle to win the freedom of colonial slaves. This book tells their stories, as well as the tales of those who fought a strong rearguard action to preserve the status quo. This is a fascinating and disturbing read that shines a bright light on the shadows of British history

FIND OUT MORE
The Ascension – A Necessary Mystery

The Ascension – A Necessary Mystery

14 May 2021

By Ian Morter

The Ascension has been the subject of artists across the globe and throughout history. But do these works of art help us understand this mysterious event?

Read more
Reopening Rapture

Reopening Rapture

14 May 2021

The cathedral doors will be thrown open to everyone once more at 9.30am on Monday 17 May.

Covid restrictions will be in place to ensure everyone’s safety but, essentially, its back to business as usual for the Cathedral, its staff and visitors. Teams across the cathedral will breathe a huge sigh of relief as they greet worshippers, heritage and music fans, tourists and coffee drinkers alike.

FIND OUT MORE
All-Electric Mobile Café Shares Taste of Cathedral across Devon

All-Elect­ric Mobile Café Shares Taste of Cathedral across Devon

14 May 2021

Staff and clergy from Exeter Cathedral will soon be driving a new, custom-built mobile café to communities across Devon, serving locally sourced and ethically produced refreshments. The café is called 'Ten Fifty' and it's currently open for business on the Cathedral Green.

Find out more
Review: A Ring-Side View of Contemporary Political Battles

Review: A Ring-Side View of Contempor­ary Political Battles

07 May 2021

Anne Applebaum
Twilight of Democracy: The Failure of Politics and the parting of Friends

Both a commentary on contemporary politics and a personal story of friendships torn apart and ideals betrayed, the story starts at a party in Poland where friends have gathered to celebrate the new millennium.

FIND OUT MORE
Keeping in Touch

Keeping in Touch

14 May 2021

Our online activities continue and we’d love to invite you to join in, to support one another, to learn together, and keep in touch.

Read more
Reopening Rapture

Reopening Rapture

14 May 2021

The cathedral doors will be thrown open to everyone once more at 9.30am on Monday 17 May.

Covid restrictions will be in place to ensure everyone’s safety but, essentially, its back to business as usual for the Cathedral, its staff and visitors. Teams across the cathedral will breathe a huge sigh of relief as they greet worshippers, heritage and music fans, tourists and coffee drinkers alike.

FIND OUT MORE
The Moral and Political Battle to Eradicate Slavery

The Moral and Political Battle to Eradicate Slavery

14 May 2021

Courageous people stood up and fought a long hard battle to win the freedom of colonial slaves. This book tells their stories, as well as the tales of those who fought a strong rearguard action to preserve the status quo. This is a fascinating and disturbing read that shines a bright light on the shadows of British history

FIND OUT MORE
All-Electric Mobile Café Shares Taste of Cathedral across Devon

All-Elect­ric Mobile Café Shares Taste of Cathedral across Devon

14 May 2021

Staff and clergy from Exeter Cathedral will soon be driving a new, custom-built mobile café to communities across Devon, serving locally sourced and ethically produced refreshments. The café is called 'Ten Fifty' and it's currently open for business on the Cathedral Green.

Find out more
The Ascension – A Necessary Mystery

The Ascension – A Necessary Mystery

14 May 2021

By Ian Morter

The Ascension has been the subject of artists across the globe and throughout history. But do these works of art help us understand this mysterious event?

Read more
Review: A Ring-Side View of Contemporary Political Battles

Review: A Ring-Side View of Contempor­ary Political Battles

07 May 2021

Anne Applebaum
Twilight of Democracy: The Failure of Politics and the parting of Friends

Both a commentary on contemporary politics and a personal story of friendships torn apart and ideals betrayed, the story starts at a party in Poland where friends have gathered to celebrate the new millennium.

FIND OUT MORE

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