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Scholarship at the Cathedral – The Godless Country? Part II, Christian Australia
The Godless Country? Part II, Christian Australia Register here: https://www.satcathedral.org/ Are we living in a Christian country? Certainly, Christianity is the largest religious group in Australia: It influences our language, our culture, even our law... It underpins our social ideologies, and is the backbone of the largest school system after the state system. But where is the Church situated in the mind of modern Australia? Is 'Christian' really an appropriate description for our culture? Please join us as the Archbishop of Sydney delivers his second installment of “The Godless Country? Part II, Christian Australia”. Date: ...
Christmas in the Cathedral – 5th December 2018
Cathedral Opening Hours - 6:30am - 10pm Cathedral Shop Opening Hours - 10am - 10pm Self Guided Tours of Cathedral - 7pm-9:30pm (Flyer at the Entrance) Schedule Mass - 6:45am Confession - 12pm - 1pm Mass - 1:10pm Confession - 5pm - 5:25pm Vespers - 5pm Mass - 5:30pm (Beyond Horizons Youth Mass) Youth Concert with Gary Pinto - 6:30pm - 7:30pm Launch of the Lights of Christmas - 7:30pm
Friends of St Mary’s Cathedral Talk – The windows of the Cathedral with Fr Don Richardson
Friends of St Mary’s Cathedral are honoured to host the Dean of St Mary’s Cathedral, Fr Don Richardson, for a speaker event, on Thursday 18th October 2018. Fr Don will be talking about the stained-glass windows in the Cathedral. The windows of St Mary’s Cathedral are particularly fine, and the great amount of detail depicted within them can easily be missed by the casual observer. The Friends are very fortunate that Fr Don has made a study of the windows, and he has kindly agreed to share some of his knowledge with those attending. The talk will be held at 6.30pm (after Vespers and Mass) on Thursday 18th October 2018 in the ...
Friends of St. Mary’s Cathedral – Bell-ringing talk with Murray-Luke Peard
On Thursday 8th November, the Friends of St Mary’s Cathedral are delighted again to host Murray-Luke Peard, the captain of the Cathedral’s bell-tower. Murray-Luke will talk about the practice of bell-ringing, and particularly about the ‘Ringing Remembers’ initiative taking place this year, which hopes to recruit 1,400 new ringers to commemorate the 1,400 British bell-ringers who died in the Great War. The talk will be held at 6.30pm (after Vespers and Mass) on Thursday 8th November 2018 in the foyer of the Br Hoffman Hall. Enter the hall just next to the lower gate into the Cathedral House car-park. The talk will take about 45 ...