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St Paul's welcomes Americans for Thanksgiving celebration
The annual service of American Thanksgiving has taken place at St Paul's, with the new Ambassador speaking of the continuing unity between our nations.
New Canon Pastor appointed at St Paul's
The Chapter and entire community of St Paul’s is delighted to announce the appointment of the Reverend Tricia Hillas as the Cathedral’s new Canon Pastor.
St Paul's marks Britten centenary in verse and song
One hundred years to the day since the birth of Benjamin Britten, St Paul's will pay tribute at a special service of Choral Evensong.
Explore St Paul's rich archives at special pop-up event
A pop-up stand showing off some of St Paul's fascinating archive items, will be set-up for all to see in early December.
Today in history - a rare royal wedding takes place at St Paul's
Think of St Paul's Cathedral and royal weddings and most people will conjure up images of Lady Diana Spencer walking down the aisle in 1981.
St Paul's Cathedral Choir to pay tribute to Sir John Tavener
Following the sad news of the death of Sir John Tavener this week, the St Paul's Cathedral Choir will sing one of his favourite works at Evensong this Friday.
New album sees Franck symphony transcribed for Grand Organ of St Paul's
An orchestral symphony by one of Europe's leading late romantic composers has been transcribed especially for a new album of organ music, performed by the Organist of St Paul's.
Your departed loved ones remembered at St Paul's
Owing to an overwhelming response in 2012, St Paul's is once again inviting people from across the world to submit the names of their lost loved ones, to be commemorated on All Souls' Day.
Today in history - WWI's most famous female casualty is remembered at St Paul's
Whilst often seen as a place of great celebration, St Paul's is also known as a location for national mourning and remembrance.
Trafalgar Day marked with prayers at the tomb of Lord Nelson
The British victory at the Battle of Trafalgar and death of Lord Nelson have been remembered at a simple wreath laying around the tomb of the great naval leader.
St Paul's Cathedral - Draft Instrument notice - Cathedrals Measure 1999
NOTICE is given that the Council of the Cathedral Church of St Paul in London (St Paul’s Cathedral) has prepared a draft Instrument with the intention of revising the Cathedral’s Constitution
Postcode rivalry explored by young actors at St Paul's
Young actors from a west London theatre group have performed at St Paul's as part of the Cathedral's How to Change the World autumn series of debates and services.
Today in history - Coronation composer Hubert Parry dies
St Paul's is famously the burial place for many Great Britons, with military leaders, poets, artists and scientists all represented in the crypt.
Social purpose of the financial sector is unclear, survey reveals
Nine out of ten people have called for greater clarity on the social purpose of the UK financial sector, a St Paul’s Institute and CCLA survey has revealed.
Leave me, O Love - a Sir Philip Sidney sonnet to mark National Poetry Day
To mark National Poetry Day, a sonnet by Sir Philip Sidney, Elizabethan poet, courtier and solider, buried at St Paul's.
Bach's 'Great Eighteen' performed at St Paul's as part of European organ marathon
Some of J S Bach's finest works are to be performed at St Paul's as part of one man's mission to play all of the great composer's organ repertoire.
Victims of Hate Crime to be remembered at St Paul's
An act of remembrance for those who have been murdered and injured by hate crime, will again be held at St Paul's.
Continuing horrors of warfare reflected in sculpture installed at St Paul’s
As the UK and wider world prepare to mark next year’s centenary of ‘the war to end all war’, an artwork depicting the continuing human cost of conflict is being displayed at St Paul’s.
One man's horse ride of a lifetime comes past St Paul's
A six-month trip covering 2,500 miles, taking in 30 cathedrals and all done by one man and his horse, has come past St Paul's.
Today in history - A tale of true bravery at St Paul's
St Paul's has long been associated with the Second World War, the dome rising high above the destruction of the Blitz and Sir Winston Churchill declaring the Cathedral must be saved at all costs.
New Sacrist appointed to clergy of St Paul's
A Priest who has served in the Middle East as well as here in the UK has been appointed Sacrist of St Paul's Cathedral. The Reverend Nigel Dawkins will take up his post this Autumn
St Paul’s Forum debates see stellar line-up discuss ‘How to Change the World’
Ten influential speakers including Director of Liberty Shami Chakrabarti, MP for Tottenham David Lammy, charity leader Camila Batmanghelidjh and former Archbishop of Canterbury Rowan Williams
150 years overdue - rare book returns to St Paul's library
A 500-year-old book with instructions for celebrating Mass, has returned to the St Paul’s Cathedral Library after an absence of more than 150 years.
Thirty-six hours with London: the capital as you have never seen it before
A stunning new time-lapse video taken from the top of the dome of St Paul's shows 36 hours in the life of London as never seen before.
Unique photographic competition comes to St Paul's
A photo competition designed to celebrate the talent and creativity of London's homeless population has come to St Paul's.
St Paul's rich collections now accessible through Twitter
The rich and varied object archive and library collections of St Paul's Cathedral are set to become more accessible to all with the launch of a Cathedral Collections Twitter account.
St Paul's reveals its hidden treasures
Rare and valuable items from the St Paul's Collection will be opened up to a lucky few this August as the Cathedral takes part in a week-long Hidden Treasures initiative.
Peal of bells for Prince George
After more than three hours of continuous ringing and agonisingly close to the end, a peal of bells to celebrate the birth of Prince George of Cambridge at St Paul's Cathedral had to be halted due to a fire alarm being activated.
Cathedral bells to mark Royal birth
For the third consecutive generation, a peal of bells to mark the birth of an heir to the throne will be rung at St Paul's Cathedral.
St Paul's welcomes news of Royal birth
The Dean, Chapter and entire community of St Paul's Cathedral are overjoyed at the news of today's Royal birth.
Summer for families at St Paul's
With the summer holidays fast approaching, the Cathedral's Schools & Families department has been busy preparing activities for children visiting St Paul's in July and August.
Story time at St Paul's as authors come to visit
Two of the UK's leading children's authors have given their top tips on how to write a good story to two classes of 10-year-olds at St Paul's.
Thirty new deacons ordained at St Paul's in joyous ceremony
One of the most joyous ceremonies in the Cathedral's calendar has seen 30 men and women from across the Diocese of London ordained as deacons.
Reverend Jason Rendell leaves St Paul's after six years
After six years of dedicated service, including playing a leading role in the smooth-running of high-profile services, the Reverend Jason Rendell is to leave St Paul's.
St Paul's says 'we care' about support for the disabled
As the Care and Support Bill goes through the House of Lords and on the eve of the Government's latest Spending Review, St Paul's Cathedral has shown its support of a leading UK disability charity.
'Believe in fallible people, not infallible people' - Archbishop on bankers
Bankers are as prone to human mistakes as anyone else, but banks should operate with the 'fear of hell and hope of heaven', the Archbishop of Canterbury has told a packed debate at St Paul's.
Archbishop of Canterbury to address social purpose of banking at sold out event
More than 2,000 people will pack St Paul’s Cathedral on Wednesday 12 June, as the Archbishop of Canterbury gives a substantial public address on the purpose of the financial sector
Just who was the most dangerous man in Tudor England? BBC documentary comes to St Paul's
The life of the man who dared to translate the Bible into English, an extremely rare copy of which is housed at St Paul's, is the subject of a dramatic new BBC documentary.
Full peal of St Paul's bells completed to mark 60th anniversary of Queen's Coronation
A full peal of bells has been completed at St Paul's to mark 60 years since Her Majesty The Queen's Coronation.
Interactive prayer room to be set-up at St Paul's
A specially dedicated, celebratory and interactive prayer room is being set-up at St Paul's to mark the launch of the Diocese of London's new vision for serving Jesus Christ in London.
Mind of the Maker - series review with videos
A series of Sunday evening conversations under the dome of St Paul's have concluded with a call for us to be 'more imaginative about our faith'.
Battle of the Atlantic remembered at St Paul's, 70 years on
Veterans from the Merchant and Royal Navies have gathered at St Paul's for a service to commemorate the 70th anniversary of the Battle of the Atlantic.
'A strange power and fascination' - good and bad money debated at St Paul's
Our modern-day relationship with money has been put under scrutiny as an illustrious panel came to St Paul's to debate whether there was such a thing as 'good money'.
Today in history: 100 years since failed St Paul's bomb plot
Today (7 May 2013) marks exactly 100 years since a failed Suffragette plot to blow up the Bishop's throne in St Paul's Cathedral.
The City and the Common Good: St Paul’s debates the role of ‘good money’ in the City
One of the UK's leading economic historians will lead a discussion on the subject of 'good money' within the heart of the UK's financial district.
Simon Johnson to begin summer celebrity organ series
The annual summer of series of organ recitals at St Paul's kicks off in May with the Cathedral's Organist offering a programme including Bach and Walton.
Philippa Boardman installed as St Paul's Canon
The Bishop of London and the Chapter of St Paul's have officially installed the Reverend Philippa Boardman as the Cathedral's new Canon Treasurer.
The Address given by the Bishop of London at the funeral of Baroness Thatcher
The Address given by The Right Reverend and Right Honourable Richard Chartres, KCVO, Bishop of London at the funeral of Baroness Thatcher of Kesteven LG, OM, FRS
Good business will 'attract, nurture and reward good people'
A series of debates on ethics and the purpose of the financial sector has begun with discussion on Good People, led by the Head of the Roman Catholic Church in England and Wales.
The order of service for the funeral of Baroness Thatcher
Download the full order of service for the funeral of The Right Honourable The Baroness Thatcher of Kesteven LG, OM, FRS
The funeral of Baroness Thatcher of Kesteven LG, OM, FRS
The funeral of Baroness Thatcher of Kesteven LG, OM, FRS, will be held at St Paul's Cathedral on Wednesday, 17 April. The service will begin at 11am (10am GMT). More details will follow.
The City and the Common Good: The role of ‘good people’ in the City
The head of the Roman Catholic Church in England and Wales will be joined by a top financial crime expert, an Anglican Bishop and a Guardian columnist to discuss good people at the UK's financial heart.
Beethoven to fill St Paul's for Lord Mayor's charity
The sounds of Beethoven's epic ninth symphony will fill St Paul's this May, as the Lord Mayor of London continues his year of charity fundraising.
A dome with a view - St Paul's galleries re-open for Easter
After three months of repair work to many hundreds of steps, the two external galleries on the dome of St Paul's will re-open this weekend.
Easter fun for children at St Paul's
Children visiting St Paul's over the Easter holidays are being given the chance to connect with the rich work and history of the Cathedral, thanks to a new family trail.
St Paul's employees guaranteed a living wage
The increased cost of living has been recognised by St Paul's, as the Cathedral has now been accredited a London Living Wage employer.
Marmalade proves to be the preserve of the clergy
The breakfast tastes of the Bishop of London and Dean of St Paul's have been revealed, after they were presented with jars of marmalade by Cathedral volunteers.
The Empire Sculptor - St Paul's loans work to major new exhibition
A bust depicting a former Surveyor to the Fabric of St Paul's is being given on loan to a major new exhibition
'Batter my heart' - A John Donne sonnet to mark World Poetry Day
A sonnet by John Donne (1572-1631), Dean of St Paul's Cathedral and one of England’s foremost poets, to mark World Poetry Day.
Red buckets replace collection plates this Red Nose Day
The Dean of St Paul's will swap his cassock for a red nose on Friday as Cathedral staff do their bit for Comic Relief.
Archbishop to stop at St Paul's on pilgrimage to Canterbury
The new Archbishop of Canterbury will pray at St Paul's Cathedral as he travels to Canterbury for his Enthronement ceremony.
Famous faces talk about their journeys of faith in special Eastertide series
Four recognisable names from modern British culture talk about their journeys of faith in a series of 'conversations under the dome'.
New Prebendaries installed at special St Paul’s service
Four new Prebendaries have been welcomed to St Paul's at a special collation and installation service.
The genius of Wren’s ‘trial-and-error’ approach to St Paul's dome
Sir Christopher Wren wrestled with the design of the famous St Paul’s dome even as it was being built, remodelling its profile countless times.
Treat your mum this Mothering Sunday
With Mothering Sunday now just days away, the Restaurant at St Paul's is offering three special menus, covering brunch, lunch and afternoon tea.
St Paul’s debates look at City and the Common Good
A series of debates under the dome of St Paul’s Cathedral will look at the financial heart of the UK
All wrapped up - model of St Paul's marks start of Fairtrade Fortnight
Fairtrade Fortnight began in style at St Paul's as a model of the Cathedral made entirely from Fairtrade wrappers was unveiled.
Christopher Martin-Jenkins memorial service set for St Paul's
A memorial service to cricket journalist and former president of the MCC, Christopher Martin-Jenkins MBE, is to be held at St Paul's Cathedral.
Juries and migration discussed as Question Time came to St Paul's
In a wide-ranging debate for the BBC's flagship debate programme, Question TIme, a 150-strong audience put questions to a panel representing all three major political parties and social views.
Full line-up for BBC Question Time at St Paul's announced
Three political heavyweights, an author and journalist, and the former Canon Chancellor of St Paul's, will make up the panel for this week's BBC Question Time, broadcast from the Cathedral.
LSO and Sir Colin Davis St Paul's Berlioz recording available on CD
A recording of Berlioz's huge masterpiece, Grande Messe des morts, performed by the London Symphony Orchestra under the direction of Sir Colin Davis, is now available on CD.
St Paul's Canon Pastor, Bishop Michael Colclough, set to retire
Bishop Michael Colclough, Canon Pastor of St Paul’s Cathedral, has announced that he will retire with effect from 30September 2013.
Children come to St Paul's to take on Climate Week Challenge
Children from across London are set to come to St Paul's to take on a challenge to come up with an idea of how people can live and work more sustainably.
St Paul’s to host BBC Question Time
BBC One’s political debate programme, Question Time, is being hosted from St Paul’s for the first time in the programme’s history, it has been announced.
Listen again to Sunday Worship from St Paul's on BBC Radio 4
In a change from its usual format, this week's Sunday Worship on BBC Radio 4 was a 40-minute feature, presented by the Canon Chancellor of St Paul's, Mark Oakley.
Justin Welby is made Archbishop of Canterbury at St Paul's
Justin Welby has officially become Archbishop of Canterbury in a service held at St Paul's Cathedral.
London churches come to St Paul’s for Patron Saint celebration
Worshippers from across the Diocese of London have gathered in St Paul’s for a special Eucharist to celebrate the Feast of the Conversion of St Paul.
Justin Welby to be confirmed as Archbishop of Canterbury at St Paul's ceremony
The Right Reverend Justin Welby will officially take up the post of Archbishop of Canterbury at a service to be held at St Paul's.
St Paul's appoints new Canon Treasurer to its Chapter
St Paul’s Cathedral is delighted at the appointment of the Reverend Prebendary Philippa Jane Boardman to the position of Canon Treasurer.
A taste of the countryside comes to St Paul's
To mark the beginning of the agricultural year, St Paul's played host to some of the most modern farming machinery and livestock on Wednesday, January 16.
Special offers in the Restaurant at St Paul's this January
With the New Year now in full swing, the Restaurant at St Paul's Cathedral has a number of special lunch offers to brighten the dull January days.