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Rachel Mann on art, literature, film, music, poetry, and prayer in self-isolation

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17 April 2020

KT Bruce

Canon Rachel Mann at the Church Times Festival of Faith and Literature in Oxfordshire, in February

Canon Rachel Mann at the Church Times Festival of Faith and Literature in Oxfordshire, in February

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On this week’s podcast, Ed Thornton talks to Canon Rachel Mann about what has inspired and comforted her during the past month of self-isolation: art, literature, film, music, poetry, and prayer.  At the end, she reads two poems from her most recent collection, A Kingdom of Love (Carcanet Press).

Read Rachel’s reflections in the latest Lift Up Your Hearts, and watch her talk at the Church Times Festival of Faith and Literature here

Canon Rachel Mann is Rector of St Nicholas’s, Burnage, and Visiting Fellow of Manchester Met University.

Her most recent book is In the Bleak Midwinter: Advent and Christmas with Christina Rossetti, which she spoke on this podcast about last year. The interview is also available as a video.

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