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Cathedral Videos

PostCapitalism: Envisaging a Shared Future - Paul Mason, Ann Pettifor, Phillip Blond

Paul Mason, Channel 4 News, presents the thesis from his latest book 'PostCapitalism: A Guide to our Future' at St Paul's Cathedral for an event organised by St Paul's Institute and Penguin UK. Responses from Ann Pettifor (PRIME) and Phillip Blond (ResPublica), Chaired by Elizabeth Oldfield (Theos)

Sunday Forum: The Theology of Desire with the Revd Dr Sarah Coakley

Drawing deeply on the Bible, the early Church Fathers and the writings of Freud and Jung, Sarah Coakley argues that desire can be freed from associations of promiscuity and disorder, and we can forge a new positive, ascetical vision, founded in the disciplines of prayer and attention.

The Kingdom of God with the Rt Revd Dr Tom Wright

Drawing together the themes of the kingdom and the cross, the resurrection and ascension, Tom Wright presents a radical rereading of the gospels with radical implications for our lives – spiritually, politically and for the church as a whole.

Escaping Short-termism: Managing for the Long Term

St Paul's Institute in partnership with CIMA, speakers include Anders Bouvin (Handelsbanken); Jane Fuller (Centre for the Study of Financial Innovation); Edward Houghton (CIPD). Chaired by Barbara Ridpath (St Paul's Institute) with an introduction from Tanya Barman (CIMA).

National Poetry Day 2015

The Revd Canon Mark Oakley, Chancellor of St Paul's Cathedral, reads a poem from Emily Dickinson for National Poetry Day.

Being Human - Steve Chalke at St Paul's Cathedral

Steve Chalke, senior minister of Oasis Church Waterloo and the Founder of Oasis Trust, asks us, what kind of person do you want to be?

Magnificent Murals: Sir James Thornhill & St Paul's Cathedral

Stratton Meyer, Collections Intern at St Paul's Cathedral, introduces us to the background and history of the work of artist Sir James Thornhill at St Paul's Cathedral.

Live Street Art at St Paul's Cathedral

As part of its 2015 Summer of Surprises, St Paul's Cathedral in London invited three street artists to work in and outside the Cathedral. Inkie, CBloxx and Robert Jeffs used use their artistic skills and cans of spray paint to explore the subjects of Mary, St Paul's Watch and wisdom.