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Travelling on a Different Road

Travelling on a Different Road

22 January 2021

By Revd Phil Wales
If we look back a year or so, who among us could have predicted what would have happened during 2020? Of course, we are all hoping that 2021 will be a much better year.

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Exeter Cathedral’s Ancient Manuscript Unlocks Mysteries of the Domesday Book in a Major New Study

Exeter Cathedral­’s Ancient Manuscript Unlocks Mysteries of the Domesday Book in a Major New Study

15 January 2021

Exeter Cathedral’s 935-year-old Exon Domesday manuscript has unlocked significant new developments in historians’ understanding of the Domesday Book – the record of conquered England compiled on the orders of William the Conqueror in 1086.

Read more
Review: Helm Points the Finger at Us in Climate Action Plan

Review: Helm Points the Finger at Us in Climate Action Plan

22 January 2021

Dieter Helm
Net Zero – How We Stop Causing Climate Change

For thirty years we have been trying and failing to reduce carbon emissions.

Read the review
Review: A Deep Dive into Identity, Sexuality and Relationships

Review: A Deep Dive into Identity, Sexuality and Relations­hips

15 January 2021

Anne Eyre reviews the Church of England’s much anticipated work on identity, sexuality, relationships and marriage

Read the review
Keeping in Touch

Keeping in Touch

15 January 2021

We are delighted to be able to return to the Cathedral for public worship. Please note the need to book tickets for most services. Most of our online activities will continue, however, and we’d love to invite you to join in, to support one another, to learn together, and keep in touch.

Read more
Canon Chris Palmer on Living in Love & Faith

Canon Chris Palmer on Living in Love & Faith

15 January 2021

Canon Chris Palmer talks about ‘Living in Love and Faith,’ the Church of England’s conversation about sexuality and gender.

Watch the video
Travelling on a Different Road

Travelling on a Different Road

22 January 2021

By Revd Phil Wales
If we look back a year or so, who among us could have predicted what would have happened during 2020? Of course, we are all hoping that 2021 will be a much better year.

Read more
Keeping in Touch

Keeping in Touch

15 January 2021

We are delighted to be able to return to the Cathedral for public worship. Please note the need to book tickets for most services. Most of our online activities will continue, however, and we’d love to invite you to join in, to support one another, to learn together, and keep in touch.

Read more
Review: A Deep Dive into Identity, Sexuality and Relationships

Review: A Deep Dive into Identity, Sexuality and Relations­hips

15 January 2021

Anne Eyre reviews the Church of England’s much anticipated work on identity, sexuality, relationships and marriage

Read the review
Review: Helm Points the Finger at Us in Climate Action Plan

Review: Helm Points the Finger at Us in Climate Action Plan

22 January 2021

Dieter Helm
Net Zero – How We Stop Causing Climate Change

For thirty years we have been trying and failing to reduce carbon emissions.

Read the review
Exeter Cathedral’s Ancient Manuscript Unlocks Mysteries of the Domesday Book in a Major New Study

Exeter Cathedral­’s Ancient Manuscript Unlocks Mysteries of the Domesday Book in a Major New Study

15 January 2021

Exeter Cathedral’s 935-year-old Exon Domesday manuscript has unlocked significant new developments in historians’ understanding of the Domesday Book – the record of conquered England compiled on the orders of William the Conqueror in 1086.

Read more
Canon Chris Palmer on Living in Love & Faith

Canon Chris Palmer on Living in Love & Faith

15 January 2021

Canon Chris Palmer talks about ‘Living in Love and Faith,’ the Church of England’s conversation about sexuality and gender.

Watch the video
Travelling on a Different Road

Travelling on a Different Road

22 January 2021

By Revd Phil Wales
If we look back a year or so, who among us could have predicted what would have happened during 2020? Of course, we are all hoping that 2021 will be a much better year.

Read more
Review: Helm Points the Finger at Us in Climate Action Plan

Review: Helm Points the Finger at Us in Climate Action Plan

22 January 2021

Dieter Helm
Net Zero – How We Stop Causing Climate Change

For thirty years we have been trying and failing to reduce carbon emissions.

Read the review
Keeping in Touch

Keeping in Touch

15 January 2021

We are delighted to be able to return to the Cathedral for public worship. Please note the need to book tickets for most services. Most of our online activities will continue, however, and we’d love to invite you to join in, to support one another, to learn together, and keep in touch.

Read more
Exeter Cathedral’s Ancient Manuscript Unlocks Mysteries of the Domesday Book in a Major New Study

Exeter Cathedral­’s Ancient Manuscript Unlocks Mysteries of the Domesday Book in a Major New Study

15 January 2021

Exeter Cathedral’s 935-year-old Exon Domesday manuscript has unlocked significant new developments in historians’ understanding of the Domesday Book – the record of conquered England compiled on the orders of William the Conqueror in 1086.

Read more
Review: A Deep Dive into Identity, Sexuality and Relationships

Review: A Deep Dive into Identity, Sexuality and Relations­hips

15 January 2021

Anne Eyre reviews the Church of England’s much anticipated work on identity, sexuality, relationships and marriage

Read the review
Canon Chris Palmer on Living in Love & Faith

Canon Chris Palmer on Living in Love & Faith

15 January 2021

Canon Chris Palmer talks about ‘Living in Love and Faith,’ the Church of England’s conversation about sexuality and gender.

Watch the video

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