Here you can find Sermons from some of the special and civic services - including Holy Week and Easter and Carol services - which take place at the Cathedral

Requiem Eucharist - For Bishop Ronnie Bowlby

Do you remember a certain kind of look, you might call it a ‘knowing’ look? And do you remember a certain kind of remark, one that sounded modest, even self-deprecating but was it deliberately or accidentally also devastatingly accurate?

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All Souls Requiem

Earlier this week I heard a beautifully haunting piece of Spanish music sung by the Ex Cathedra singers, entitled ‘Dulce Jesus Mio’ My sweet Jesus, look with mercy on my lost soul

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30th Anniversary Marchioness Disaster

‘Many waters cannot quench love,’ are words from the Song of Solomon in the Old Testament and they are inscribed around the Marchioness memorial at the west end of the Cathedral, holding the names of those loved ones who died and the memories of that early morning 30 years ago

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London Bridge Attack Second Anniversary

Jesus is talking to his disciples and says to them something which is as powerful now as it must have been then. ‘You will know the truth,’ he says, ‘and the truth will make you free.’

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Funeral Service for Marion Marples

The Camino has been described as a journey of truth, an invitation to rediscover yourself through introspection and new encounters; changing habits that make you unhappy and building friendships. The Camino poses a single question to each of us. ‘Who are you?’

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