Monthly Archives: November 2022

Christ the King – ‘Heavy is the head that wears the crown’: trusting God beyond all others

On Tuesday night there was a programme on BBC1 Wales about the rap artist Stormzy. His style of music is a mix of rap and Gospel and it provided a gentle, calming at the end of the day. One song … Continue reading

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Daniel and the Lions: Plots, Populist Politics and Promoting Peace

What is the story of Daniel and the Lion’s Den really about (Daniel 6)? The book of Daniel in the Hebrew scriptures, what we call the Old Testament, is a book in two halves. The first six chapters give a … Continue reading

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Safe from harm: a sermon for Safeguarding Sunday

Back in the summer we had a visit from someone who brought into the cathedral a camera that took 360-degree photographs – ones that enable you to stand on a spot and see the view you would see if you … Continue reading

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