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Nation reflects on Baptism of Christ with broadcast from St. David's Cathedral

St. David’s Cathedral was once more in the spotlight this morning with Mass of the Baptism of the Lord being broadcast on BBC Radio 4 ‘Sunday Worship’ programme. 213 more words

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'A musical tradition embedded in the cathedral': Pope honours Dr. Neville

Tributes were paid to Dr David Neville by Archbishop George Stack and Canon Peter Collins on Dr Neville being created a Papal Knight.

Canon Peter, Dean of St David’s Metropolitan Cathedral since 2001 made the point that Dr Neville had been Director of Music there for many years before Canon Peter’s arrival. 145 more words


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Christ Church Cathedral maintains a music programme that has benefited this city for nearly two hundred years — the first records of music at the Cathedral date from 1835. 102 more words

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Graeme boys joyfully sing and receive school scholarships in return

By Roxanne Daniels

Bayanda Mthetho finishes an ordinary Wednesday of his Grade Six year. Unlike many of his friends, his next port of call is the Cathedral Choir Practice. 622 more words

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All Souls' Day Requiem Mass

I was so pleased with the turnout at our first Solemn Requiem Mass for All Souls Day, where our Cathedral Choir sang Gabriel Faure’s Requiem… 154 more words


Cathedral Hosts Service for Headteachers of Independent Schools

On Tuesday 30th September 2014, St. David’s Cathedral, Cardiff and the Archdiocese of Cardiff played host to hundreds of Headteachers of Independent Schools and Colleges of England and Wales for an Ecumenical Prayer Service. 166 more words

Archbishop George Stack

Voicing Creation's Praise

God establishes a creation which is itself a ‘return’ to him, brought into being to praise its Creator.  And God establishes creatures who very existence is to voice creation’s praise, to focus the song of creation on creation’s Maker, to be ‘secretaries’ of praise (Herbert).  

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