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The Very Revd Andrew Nunn, Dean of Southwark, is a keen blogger. His writings can be found here.Visit the blog
In Medieval times, if you needed spiritual or physical help or healing, your body could be measured from head to toe with a length of string or thread, which would be sent to the nearest Cathedral or Abbey, where the monks would make a candle from it, light it and pray for your eternal soul. This practice was called Measuring to the Saint.Read more
Few stage productions have brought their cast and creative team so much joy as this Murder in the Cathedral, which Scena Mundi Theatre are soon to perform in Southwark. It is without irreverence or facile punning that I can say, as the director, that I feel truly blessed.Read more
Murder in the Cathedral shows the ultimate struggle of Thomas Becket, Archbishop of Canterbury, an outspoken and courageous priest, silenced for daring to speak out against the king.Read more
Join us at the Cathedral on Saturday 19 October for a day conference of prayer and reflection. We will consider what it means to be a pilgrim on the Christian journey – in your heart, in your head or on your feetRead more