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Checking Our Priorities

Checking Our Priorities

15 October 2021

The decisions that doctors, nurses and other carers make every day flow from their deep desire to relieve pain and suffering. And yet they are only able to do what they do by following protocols which guide their actions and ensure care is safe and effective.

In life, the rules we choose to follow say a great deal about what we prioritise and what is important to us.

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New Beginnings

New Beginnings

24 September 2021

Morwenna Ludlow has been in education for 45 years. From primary school to her current job at the University of Exeter, September has always been a time of new beginnings for her: a new term, new classes, new people to meet, sometimes a new uniform, nearly always some new stationery.

September is a time for sharpening pencils and buying notebooks with crisp clean pages. For Morwenna it is also a time for new resolutions.

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Holidays... and It's Good to Be Alive!

Holidays.­.. and It's Good to Be Alive!

08 October 2021

We take holidays for a variety of reasons. For some, it is about finding warmth and sunshine. For others, it is about visiting places of interest and exploring new avenues,. Some prefer the traditional bucket and spade holiday by the seaside.

Most of us come back from our holidays happy but needing a holiday to get over it! So, do we holiday to rest or are we seeking something else?

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Commissioned Agents

Commissio­ned Agents

17 September 2021

By The Revd Phil Wales
Last Saturday 16 women and men were ordained in the Cathedral and so became deacons in the church. It was a profoundly moving occasion.

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The Labour of Love

The Labour of Love

01 October 2021

Much of what we see in and around the Cathedral is the result of vision, patience, perseverance and long term commitment. It was a labour of love, from which we who love the place in turn might learn.

All the work taking place at the Cathedral now is born of a vision of what it might look like and be for this and the next generation. And it too requires patience and perseverance. A refusal to believe 'no' is the final answer.

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Twin Towers Twenty Years On

Twin Towers Twenty Years On

10 September 2021

On the 20th anniversary of the 9/11 terrorist attacks in the United States, Canon Chris Palmer reflects on repercussions and the pursuit of peace.

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Checking Our Priorities

Checking Our Priorities

15 October 2021

The decisions that doctors, nurses and other carers make every day flow from their deep desire to relieve pain and suffering. And yet they are only able to do what they do by following protocols which guide their actions and ensure care is safe and effective.

In life, the rules we choose to follow say a great deal about what we prioritise and what is important to us.

Read more
The Labour of Love

The Labour of Love

01 October 2021

Much of what we see in and around the Cathedral is the result of vision, patience, perseverance and long term commitment. It was a labour of love, from which we who love the place in turn might learn.

All the work taking place at the Cathedral now is born of a vision of what it might look like and be for this and the next generation. And it too requires patience and perseverance. A refusal to believe 'no' is the final answer.

Read more
Commissioned Agents

Commissio­ned Agents

17 September 2021

By The Revd Phil Wales
Last Saturday 16 women and men were ordained in the Cathedral and so became deacons in the church. It was a profoundly moving occasion.

Read more
Holidays... and It's Good to Be Alive!

Holidays.­.. and It's Good to Be Alive!

08 October 2021

We take holidays for a variety of reasons. For some, it is about finding warmth and sunshine. For others, it is about visiting places of interest and exploring new avenues,. Some prefer the traditional bucket and spade holiday by the seaside.

Most of us come back from our holidays happy but needing a holiday to get over it! So, do we holiday to rest or are we seeking something else?

Read more
New Beginnings

New Beginnings

24 September 2021

Morwenna Ludlow has been in education for 45 years. From primary school to her current job at the University of Exeter, September has always been a time of new beginnings for her: a new term, new classes, new people to meet, sometimes a new uniform, nearly always some new stationery.

September is a time for sharpening pencils and buying notebooks with crisp clean pages. For Morwenna it is also a time for new resolutions.

Read more
Twin Towers Twenty Years On

Twin Towers Twenty Years On

10 September 2021

On the 20th anniversary of the 9/11 terrorist attacks in the United States, Canon Chris Palmer reflects on repercussions and the pursuit of peace.

Read more
Checking Our Priorities

Checking Our Priorities

15 October 2021

The decisions that doctors, nurses and other carers make every day flow from their deep desire to relieve pain and suffering. And yet they are only able to do what they do by following protocols which guide their actions and ensure care is safe and effective.

In life, the rules we choose to follow say a great deal about what we prioritise and what is important to us.

Read more
Holidays... and It's Good to Be Alive!

Holidays.­.. and It's Good to Be Alive!

08 October 2021

We take holidays for a variety of reasons. For some, it is about finding warmth and sunshine. For others, it is about visiting places of interest and exploring new avenues,. Some prefer the traditional bucket and spade holiday by the seaside.

Most of us come back from our holidays happy but needing a holiday to get over it! So, do we holiday to rest or are we seeking something else?

Read more
The Labour of Love

The Labour of Love

01 October 2021

Much of what we see in and around the Cathedral is the result of vision, patience, perseverance and long term commitment. It was a labour of love, from which we who love the place in turn might learn.

All the work taking place at the Cathedral now is born of a vision of what it might look like and be for this and the next generation. And it too requires patience and perseverance. A refusal to believe 'no' is the final answer.

Read more
New Beginnings

New Beginnings

24 September 2021

Morwenna Ludlow has been in education for 45 years. From primary school to her current job at the University of Exeter, September has always been a time of new beginnings for her: a new term, new classes, new people to meet, sometimes a new uniform, nearly always some new stationery.

September is a time for sharpening pencils and buying notebooks with crisp clean pages. For Morwenna it is also a time for new resolutions.

Read more
Commissioned Agents

Commissio­ned Agents

17 September 2021

By The Revd Phil Wales
Last Saturday 16 women and men were ordained in the Cathedral and so became deacons in the church. It was a profoundly moving occasion.

Read more
Twin Towers Twenty Years On

Twin Towers Twenty Years On

10 September 2021

On the 20th anniversary of the 9/11 terrorist attacks in the United States, Canon Chris Palmer reflects on repercussions and the pursuit of peace.

Read more

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