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Stories from St Paul's - Season 2In this first episode of Season 2 of 'Stories from St Paul's', discover more about American pilot Billy Fiske, who died in the Battle of Britain and is memorialised at St Paul's. Billy Fiske was an American solider and Olympic gold medallist for the American bobsleigh team. He claimed to be Canadian so he could join…
 
The state funeral of former Prime Minister and wartime leader Sir Winston Churchill took place at St Paul’s on the 30th January 1965. Churchill’s connection to the Cathedral began some years earlier, however, when he wrote of his admiration for Sir Christopher Wren’s designs in his book, History of the English Speaking Peoples – and became intrinsi…
 
St Paul’s has a long association with the American people, formed largely after the Second World War, a conflict in which thousands of Americans based in the UK were to give their lives. The most striking reminder of this sacrifice can be found at the very East end of the Cathedral: The American Memorial Chapel – a space rebuilt after being destroy…
 
Power and Prophecy: Black and White Women in the Church - what does it mean to say that women are made in the image of God? Join Rosemarie Mallett, Chine McDonald, Lucy Winkett and Paula Gooder for a conversation about race and gender, power, prophetic voices, naming injustice, and where hope can be found.Rosemarie Mallett is the Archdeacon of Croy…
 
St Paul’s Cathedral is a place of worship and a tourist destination, but it’s also a place to experience and enjoy art in many mediums from different time periods, created by an array of talented artists and craftspeople like Grinling Gibbons, Sir James Thornhill and Henry Moore, to name just a few. More recently, contemporary interventions from Yo…
 
Admiral Horatio Nelson and Arthur Wellesley, Duke of Wellington are forever associated with their most famous military battles. For Nelson, at the Battle of Trafalgar in 1805, in which he lost his life, and for Wellington, in 1815 at the Battle of Waterloo. Perhaps surprisingly, the two men only met once briefly in 1805, but in death they have lain…
 
Bishop Rachel says that encounter and relationship are at the heart of faith and of life. At a time when ‘social distancing’ is our daily reality, she calls us to celebrate community, intimacy and the discovery of ourselves and each other through close encounter with God and our neighbour - the adventure of faith that Jesus calls us to - and to fin…
 
Rowan Williams and Paula Gooder in conversation about the meaning of the story at the centre of our faith: what Jesus' resurrection means to how we live, how we pray, how we change the world, and how we die.Rowan Williams is a poet, theologian, Honorary Professor of Contemporary Christian Thought at Cambridge University, the Chair of Christian Aid,…
 
Actor, singer and political activist Paul Robeson’s career spanned over 40 years, in theatre and film. On 12 October 1958, he sang and read the Lesson at St Paul’s Cathedral to huge crowds – the first Black person to do so – to raise funds for the defence in the South Africa Treason Trials, which included Nelson Mandela among the wrongfully accused…
 
JMW Turner’s works are etched in the national psyche, and a great number can be viewed in public collections such as Tate Britain and the National Gallery. Turner is buried in the Artist’s Corner of St Paul’s Cathedral, and a statue of the artist gazes out over the South Transept of the Cathedral floor, with palette and paintbrushes in hand. In thi…
 
Of all the cathedrals in all the towns in all the world, have any been depicted as many times on the big screen as St Paul’s? Grab your tickets and popcorn and come with us to the movies today for this latest podcast episode in our Stories from St Paul’s series. Excerpts from Paddington 2 courtesy of STUDIOCANAL. Produced and presented by Douglas A…
 
In 1964, Martin Luther King travelled from the USA to Norway to collect the Nobel Peace Prize – with one important stop – accepting an invitation to preach at St Paul’s Cathedral by Canon John Collins. On the 6 December 1964, Dr King delivered his sermon – 'The Three Dimensions of a Complete Life' – to 4,000 people, and afterwards held a press conf…
 
St Paul’s Cathedral is considered to be Christopher Wren’s masterpiece. But what of his lesser known genius? Discover the work of the Cathedral’s Collections team in association with the London Metropolitan Archives, who together delved into Wren’s working practices at St Paul’s with architectural historian Dr Gordon Higgott, and the ways in which …
 
As we begin Lent after an unprecedented year of change and uncertainty, Sarah Mullally and Paula Gooder discuss the love of Christ, what it means to be part of the body of Christ, and how we can draw closer to Christ this Lent.Sarah Mullally is the Bishop of London. She is the editor of Rooted in Love: Lent Reflections on Life in Christ which conta…
 
When Jesus says I have come that they may have life, and have it to the full, he doesn’t say that means it will be without suffering. Fullness of life speaks of joy, hope and resurrection, but life in all its fullness is not life without pain or disappointment: Jesus’s own life wasn’t. Listen to John Swinton and Paula Gooder's profound and wide-ran…
 
In conversation with Paula Gooder, Timothy Radcliffe OP explores some of the ways that creativity and imagination can help us with the search for connection with each other, with ourselves, and with God. Please note that the sound occasionally distorts for a few seconds with an audio echo.Timothy Radcliffe is a Dominican Friar, a much-loved preache…
 
Walking though the Psalms: Meditations with Addresses for Ash Wednesday, 17 February 2021. The adddresses are given by The Reverend Sandra McCalla, Vicar, St Leonard, Heston.An order of service is available to download via our website: https://www.stpauls.co.uk/worship-music/worship/online-servicesBởi St Paul's Cathedral
 
Sharon Prentis presents the last in a series of filmed reflections on visionary and prophetic voices to celebrate Black History Month. Sharon reflects upon the life of civil rights activist and priest Pauli Murray. (27 October 2020)The Revd Dr Sharon Prentis is Mission Enabler & Dean of Black and Minority Ethnic Affairs for the Church of England in…
 
Anthony Reddie presents the third in a series of filmed reflections on visionary and prophetic voices to celebrate Black History Month. Anthony reflects upon the life of political activist and journalist Marcus Garvey. (20 October 2020)Professor Anthony G. Reddie is the Director of the Oxford Centre for Religion and Culture in Regent’s Park College…
 
Rosemarie Mallett presents the second in a series of filmed reflections on visionary and prophetic voices to celebrate Black History Month. Rosemarie reflects upon the life of musician Sister Rosetta Tharpe. Film at https://youtu.be/vpOGbBnkAhg (13 October 2020)The Revd Canon Dr Rosemarie Mallett is the current Archdeacon of Croydon, an honorary ca…
 
Jarel Robinson-Brown presents the first in a series of filmed reflections on visionary and prophetic voices to celebrate Black History Month. Jarel reflects upon the life of novelist and activist James Baldwin. Film at https://youtu.be/HLtJ-oAlLPQ (6 October 2020)The Revd Jarel Robinson Brown is an Associate Chaplain at Kings College London. From 2…
 
Plainsong ResponsesPsalm 77 John Stainer (1840-1901)The Choir of St Paul’s Cathedral / Andrew Lucas (organ) / John Scott (director)Old Testament Reading: Isaiah 49. 8-13New Testament Reading: 2 Corinthians 8. 1-11Magnificat and Nunc dimittis in B minor Hugh Blair (1864-1932)The Choir of St Paul’s Cathedral / Christopher Dearnley (organ) / John Scot…
 
Plainsong ResponsesPsalm 75 Charles Harford Lloyd (1849-1919)The Choir of St Paul’s Cathedral / Andrew Lucas (organ) / John Scott (director)Old Testament Reading: 1 Kings 6. 11-14, 23-endNew Testament Reading: Acts 12. 1-17Magnificat and Nunc dimittis in G Charles Villiers Stanford (1852-1924)The Choir of St Paul’s Cathedral / Andrew Lucas (organ) …
 
Plainsong ResponsesPsalm 63 Ivor Atkins (1869-1953)The Choir of St Paul’s Cathedral / Andrew Lucas (organ) / John Scott (director)Old Testament Reading: Zephaniah 3. 14-endNew Testament Reading: Mark 15. 40 – 16. 7Magnificat and Nunc dimittis in E Samuel Sebastian Wesley (1810-1876)The Choir of St Paul’s Cathedral / Christopher Dearnley (organ) / J…
 
Plainsong ResponsesPsalm 67 Bertram Luard-Selby (1853-1918)The Choir of St Paul’s Cathedral / Andrew Lucas (organ) / John Scott (director)Old Testament Reading: Ezekiel 36. 24-28New Testament Reading: John 3. 1-17Magnificat and Nunc dimittis in G Major Herbert Whitton Sumsion (1899-1995) The Choir of St Paul’s Cathedral / Christopher Dearnley (orga…
 
Plainsong ResponsesPsalm 39 Ivor Atkins (1869-1953)The Choir of St Paul’s Cathedral / Andrew Lucas (organ) / John Scott (director)Old Testament Reading: Isaiah 26. 1-9New Testament Reading: Romans 8. 12-27Evening Service in F Harold Darke (1888-1976)The Choir of St Paul’s Cathedral / Christopher Dearnley (organ) / John Scott (director)Alleluia. Lau…
 
Plainsong ResponsesPsalm 60 John Goss (1800-1880), Robert Stewart (1825-1894), John Harrison (1808-1871) & John Harrison (fl1867-1880)The Choir of St Paul’s Cathedral / Andrew Lucas (organ) / John Scott (director)Old Testament Reading: 2 Samuel 7. 18-endNew Testament Reading: Luke 19. 41 – 20. 8Magnificat and Nunc dimittis in F minor Alan Gray (185…
 
Evensong for Wednesday 8th July 2020 Plainsong ResponsesPsalm 23 Charles Hylton Stewart (1884-1932)The Choir of St Paul’s Cathedral / Andrew Lucas (organ) / John Scott (director)Old Testament Reading: Job ch 39New Testament Reading: Romans 15. 14-21St John’s Service Michael Tippett (1905-1998)The Choir of St Paul’s Cathedral / Simon Johnson (organ)…
 
Plainsong ResponsesPsalm 56 William Bayley (1810-1858) & George Thalben Ball (1896-1987)The Choir of St Paul’s Cathedral / Andrew Lucas (organ) / John Scott (director)Old Testament Reading: 2 Samuel 2. 1-11; 3. 1New Testament Reading: Luke 18. 31 – 19. 10Evening Service in B minor T. Tertius Noble (1867-1953)The Choir of St Paul’s Cathedral / Chris…
 
Plainsong ResponsesPsalm 3 Edward John Hopkins (1818-1901)Psalm 4 George Elvey (1816-1893)The Choir of St Paul’s Cathedral / Andrew Lucas (organ) / John Scott (director)Old Testament Reading: Isaiah 5. 8-24New Testament Reading: James 1. 17-25Basil Harwood (1859-1949) in A flatThe Choir of St Paul’s Cathedral / Christopher Dearnley (organ) / John S…
 
Evensong for the Eve of St Peter Plainsong ResponsesPsalm 124 George Garratt (1834-1897)The Choir of St Paul’s Cathedral / Huw Williams (organ) / John Scott (director)Old Testament Reading: Ezekiel 34. 11-16New Testament Reading: John 21. 15-22St Paul’s Service Herbert Howells (1892-1983)The Choir of St Paul’s Cathedral / Christopher Dearnley (orga…
 
Evensong for the Birth of John the BaptistPlainsong ResponsesPsalm 80 Ivor Atkins (1869-1953)The Choir of St Paul’s Cathedral / Andrew Lucas (organ) / John Scott (director)Old Testament Reading: Malachi 4New Testament Reading: Matthew 11. 2-19Brewer in D (1865-1928)The Choir of St Paul’s Cathedral / Christopher Dearnley (organ) / John Scott (direct…
 
Evensong for the Second Sunday after TrinityPlainsong ResponsesPsalm 46 Martin Luther (1483-1546)The Choir of St Paul’s Cathedral / Andrew Lucas (organ) / John Scott (director)Old Testament Reading: 1 Samuel 24. 1-17New Testament Reading: Luke 14. 12-24Second Service Kenneth Leighton (1929-1988)The Choir of St Paul’s Cathedral / Andrew Lucas (organ…
 
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