Author Archives: Sarah Mullally

About Sarah Mullally

If you wanted a blog run by an experienced blogger look elsewhere - I am a beginner. I am a mum, Cathedral Canon, Dame and poor potter - welcome.

Unity Despite Difference

Last week we remembered the Saints and English Martyrs. This is a lesser festival in the Church of England and it can be easy for us to forget that people have died because of their Christian faith in this country. … Continue reading

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The Beauty of the individual

Everyone deserves a safe place to call home and it is a sign of a compassionate community to welcome the stranger. So it is good news that over the last few days the UK has welcomed refugees from Calais. However … Continue reading

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In Praise of Idleness

Last month I preached at the opening of the year service at Kings College London. Kings College London is one of the top universities in the world having influenced many of the advances that shape modern life, such as: the … Continue reading

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Cathedrals and Prophetic Art

Cathedrals and Church buildings have always spoken of God. Music, colour, light, architecture, words, symbols and images, silverware, stain glass, space, smell and silence all influence us and can assist us in making our minds and spirits more open to … Continue reading

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Petertide and Lego Land

Today is the day in the Church when we celebrate Peter and Paul, apostle. My children and I have been exchanging comments on WhatsApp about our memories of this day – their Primary School was named after St Peter and therefore … Continue reading

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#thankanurse

 The core of the sermon given at The Royal C0llege of Nursing South West Service to celebrate 100 years of the Royal College of Nursing on Nurses Day 12th May 2016   I have followed with interest and pleasure the tweeter … Continue reading

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Good fences make good neighbours

Today I joined villagers from Sandford for a Rogation service. From the outset of Christianity in our country Christians have asked for God’s blessing to protect their crops. We get the word rogation from the Latin ‘Rogare’ – meaning to ask. … Continue reading

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