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.

Talking Hope

This week it was my privilege to speak at the Interstitial Lung Disease Conference in Birmingham. Health professionals from across the country came together to listen and to share their experiences with the aim of improving the care they gave … Continue reading

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Mutual Flourishing

Friday saw the publication of the report by the Independent Reviewer Sir Philip Mawer into the nomination to the See of Sheffield. It was a carefully written report which demands us to reflect on the issues with equal care. When … Continue reading

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Teachers of Tenderness

I spent this week with clergy from across Devon praying, studying and having fun. I was encouraged by the gift that we have in our clergy but I was reminded that if we are not careful we can miss the … Continue reading

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Learning from the15th August 1965 – Lynmouth

On 15 and 16 August 1952, a storm of tropical intensity broke over south-west England, depositing 9.0 inches of rain within 24 hours on the already saturated soil of Exmoor. A guest at the Lyndale Hotel described the night to the Sunday … Continue reading

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Random Acts of Kindness

Last year as hundreds of firefighters worked around the clock to tackle the fire in Cathedral Green the people of Exeter made sure that they were looked after supplying food and drink – the fire fighters spoke about random acts … Continue reading

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Walking in the foot steps of others

This week I have been walking the Via Francigena. It is not for the weak hearted or soft footed! We started at Orsieres in Switzerland and made our away up to 2473 meters to Great St Bernard Pass in Italy … Continue reading

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I commit to action that seeks to heal the wrong which has been done

This is the season of ordinations. Those who have for some time been discerning their vocation will be ordained deacons and priest in the Church of England. As part of the service of ordination of deacons Bishops will say “Deacons … Continue reading

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