Welcome to the Cathedral blog – a brand new feature of this website.

We’ll be using this space to post informal pieces that we hope you will enjoy reading. Whether they be reflections on the issues of the day, insights into Cathedral initiatives or guest features, we’ll be aiming to generate content that you’ll find interesting, insightful and challenging.

Please browse the latest offerings from our selection of bloggers below and, if you’ve got an idea for a blog that you think we’d like to feature, please contact our Marketing Manager.

  • Vocation

    By Robert Ashton - 02 January 2018
    Do you follow a vocation or just have a job? For centuries monks and more recently clergy have worked at our ...
  • A Christmas Message

    By The Rt Revd Graham James, Bishop of Norwich - 22 December 2017
    Are you one of those people whose Christmas preparations are largely complete by the beginning of December? Or are you ...
  • Music and silence

    By Mary Green - 27 November 2017
    “If there was no such thing as music, there would be no God”, someone once said to me. As a ...
  • Making ethics pay

    By Robert Ashton - 23 November 2017
    A number of weeks have passed since the debate on business ethics took place at OPEN in Norwich. It was ...
  • Art, Conflict and Remembering

    By Adrienne Dengerink Chaplin - 02 November 2017
    Art sometimes speaks more powerfully than words. This exhibition aims to provide a safe space for open-ended, cross-community conversations that ...
  • Thought for the Day: Speed & Groundedness

    By The Rt Revd Graham James, Bishop of Norwich - 23 October 2017
    The British built Bloodhound car is making its first public test runs at Newquay Airport in Cornwall this week. It’s ...
  • Quadrants of Colour: John McLean

    By John McLean - 19 October 2017
    I subdivided the three-light windows, re-echoing the Trinity to which the Cathedral is dedicated, but also reflecting the strongest element ...
  • It’s OK to try to change the world

    By Robert Ashton - 09 October 2017
    It is no longer necessary to be kind and gentle at home and cold and hard at work. Increasingly we ...
  • Harvest Festival - we must share the goodness

    By Canon Andy Bryant - 28 September 2017
    It is frightening how easily we have learnt to live with the injustices that beset modern life. In the supermarket, ...
  • Does it really pay to be ethical in business?

    By Robert Ashton - 20 September 2017
    Britain is on course to have the highest employment rate in Europe, said the Office for National Statistics last week. ...