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St Paul's Cathedral Community mourns the loss of a much-loved colleague

Dec
02

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The whole Cathedral community remembers the pastoral care and support over the years that she was here. All of us are very sad to hear of this loss.  We also remember...
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A statement on the protected view of St Paul’s Cathedral

Nov
25

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The Chapter of St Paul’s Cathedral have been made aware of the concerns for the protected view of the cathedral from Richmond, first raised by the Friends of Richmond...
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Thanksgiving Service 2016 at St Paul's Cathedral, London

Nov
24

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US Ambassador Matthew Barzun attended his fourth and final Thanksgiving Day Service at St Paul's Cathedral on Thursday 24 November 2016 Here is his full President's...
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New St Paul's Cathedral First World War Altar Frontal and Memorial Book

Nov
16

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The story of how injured men learned to embroider a dazzling altar frontal despite the horrors of  World War One is now available in a new book. Convalescing servicemen...
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UK AIDS Memorial Quilt on display at St Paul's Cathedral

Nov
16

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For the first time in 20 years the UK AIDS Memorial Quilt, was on public display - here at St Paul's on 23 November 2016. This irreplaceable piece of international...
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Bellringing for the Lord Mayor's Show on Saturday 12th November

Nov
10

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Every year St Paul’s Cathedral bells ring out in celebration of the Show.  This year they will once again sound to welcome the Lord Mayor as he approaches the Cathedral...
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A unique view of St Paul's animals for young explorers - by a special artist

Oct
27

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The new Young Explorers' Map features many of St Paul's weird and wonderful animals, including an owl, camel and lots of Reuben's favourite lions. The map also has...
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A celebration of black and minority ethnic saints around the world

Oct
25

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A special service  launches the start of a year of events for the 30th Anniversary of the establishment of the Archbishops' Committee for Minority Ethnic Anglican Concerns (CMEAC).  The...
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A renewed vision for St Paul’s Cathedral

Oct
06

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St Paul’s Cathedral has appointed a successful development professional with extensive experience of culture and heritage to lead its campaign to deliver a vibrant cathedral...
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The Power of Poetry on National Poetry Day

Oct
06

Posted by St Paul's Cathedral

Listen to the Revd Canon Mark Oakley discuss how he uses poems to invite everyone to explore the power of poetry on a new broadcast. Canon Mark gave a special interview...
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Anglican Churches Around the Globe Launch “JustWater”

Oct
05

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Churches on four continents unite in support of World Water Day 2017 London (5th October 2016) – Cathedrals and churches on four continents have come together...
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Former Bishop of Durham, David Jenkins, to be remembered at St Paul’s Cathedral

Sep
27

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David Jenkins emerged from academia to be one of the most influential bishops of the late twentieth century. He became Bishop of Durham, in the North East of England,...
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National Police Memorial Day service

Sep
26

Posted by St Paul's Cathedral

The annual remembrance event paid tribute to officers killed in the line of duty since modern policing began took place on Sunday 25 September 2016. National Police...
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Five London poets live for free under the Dome

Sep
21

Posted by St Paul's Cathedral

They'll reimagine St Paul's history and its place in the contemporary public imagination. Join us  the first ever performances of these new works spanning first encounters...
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The Revd Richard Coles and Pastor Nadia Bolz-Weber speak to over 1,000 people at St Paul’s

Sep
06

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What we celebrate in the saints is God’s ability to get beautiful, redemptive stuff done though, of all things, human beings, all of whom are flawed. Nadia Bolz-Weber 1,200...
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