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Cathedral Videos

The Role of the Church in London Today - Bishop Adrian Newman

The Rt Revd Adrian Newman, Bishop of Stepney, gives the keynote speech at the recent St Paul's Institute clergy learning day on 'A Shared Vision for London'. Held at St Paul's Cathedral, London, on the 23rd May 2016.

What Can One Church Do? Social Justice and Sustainability

Panel discussion held as part of the 'Shared Vision for London' clergy learning day run by St Paul's Institute on 23rd May 2016 at St Paul's Cathedral, London.

The Holy Spirit with Dr Jane Williams

St Augustine described the Holy Spirit as 'the bond of love'. In anticipation of the great fest of Pentecost, Jane Williams explores the Spirit's loving action in our lives and world, while also exploring how we can understand the Spirit's presence in places and times of damage, difficulty and grief.

A Shared Vision for London - St Paul's Institute

Alison Gelder (Housing Justice), Danny Kruger (West London Zone), Bharat Mehta OBE (Trust for London), Jasvir Singh (City Sikhs; Faiths Forum for London), Sophie Walker (Women's Equality Party) and the Revd Canon Prof Richard Burridge (King's College London)

John Rutter speaks on the Diamond Fund for Choristers

John Rutter CBE, Composer and Conductor, introduces the Diamond Fund for Choristers - an initiative of the Friends of Cathedral Music - and encourages us to attend the Evening with the Cathedral Choristers of Britain to be held at St Paul's Cathedral on 27th April 2016.

Money and the Kingdom of God - Eve Poole and Angus Ritchie

Dr Eve Poole and Canon Dr Angus Ritchie offer a vision of what a kingdom of God's love might look like right here, right now and how our personal choices can bring its reality closer; including insight and suggestions both for our own financial choices, and for how we can influence corporations and government to use their money for good.  Chaired by the Revd Canon Mark Oakley, Chancellor of St Paul's Cathedral.  Part of the Adult Learning programming at St Paul's.

Sermon preached by Dr Diana Butler Bass

Dr Diana Butler Bass, lecturer and author of 'Grounded: Finding God in the World' and 'Christianity After Religion', gives the sermon for the Eucharist service held on Sunday 3rd April 2016.

Living Easter with the Rt Revd John Pritchard

The Rt Revd John Pritchard, former Bishop of Oxford, explores the great transforming miracle of the Resurrection, and offers practical suggestions for how we might keep the season and embed resurrection in our year-round loves of faith. Part of the Sunday Forum series organised by the Adult Learning department of St Paul's Cathedral, London.