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Cathedral Videos

Mariner: Samuel Taylor Coleridge and the Voyage of Faith - Malcolm Guite

Malcolm Guite, poet, priest, theologian and song-writer, explores Coleridge’s life, faith and work, and what we might learn from him for our own lives of faith. Part of the Adult Learning programming at St Paul's Cathedral, London.

A Good Year with Canon Mark Oakley

The church year tells the story of Christ’s life slowly, in tune with nature’s seasons, allowing us to explore all the seasons of our spiritual lives and the Gospel in all its mysterious richness. Mark Oakley, Canon Chancellor of St Paul’s Cathedral, explores what it offers our spiritual lives.

Working Together as the Church International - Dean of St Paul's Cathedral

The Very Revd Dr David Ison, Dean of St Paul's Cathedral, speaks at a St Paul's Institute clergy learning day about the new JustWater project ( and its significance in bringing together churches and cathedrals around the globe.

The Environmental Mission of the Church - David Shreeve

David Shreeve, Environmental Adviser to the Archsbishops' Council of the Church of England, speaks at a clergy learning day hosted by St Paul's Institute as part of the JustWater programme (

Theology of Water and the Sea - Revd Canon Dr Edmund Newell

The Revd Canon Dr Edmund Newell, Principal of Cumberland Lodge and Co-Founder of St Paul's Institute, presents a talk on the theology of water and the sea as part of a clergy learning day organised by St Paul's Institute for the JustWater global programme (

The Splash of Words: Believing in Poetry - Mark Oakley

It’s easy to think the language of faith is in creeds, sermons and certainties, but Mark Oakley says that it is poetry that is the person of faith’s native language. In this talk he will invite us on an adventure into poetry’s power to startle, challenge and reframe our vision.

Soulfulness: Deepening the Mindful Life - Brian Draper

Brian Draper discusses the profound benefits of mindfulness and how much they have in common with the ancient treasures of contemplative Christian practice, and can lead to us to a renewed understanding of our faith and the ‘life more abundant’ that Christ calls us to.

The Divide - Q&A on Inequality with Sir Alan Budd and Katharine Round

The Divide creates a lyrical, psychological and tragi-comic picture of how economic division creates social division. This Q&A with the filmmakers and distinguished economist Sir Alan Budd, who was interviewed as part of the film, took place following a screening at St Paul's Cathedral.