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Cathedral Guides pass their exams

Apr
19

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Twelve new Cathedral Guides are celebrating after passing their Level 2 Institute of Tourist Guiding Exam. The newly qualified...
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New portrait of Lord Nelson to go on display in St Paul's

Apr
19

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The first display of a new portrait of Admiral Lord Nelson is to be in the chamber where he is interred. The new Nelson Portrait,...
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Poet and priest: Metaphysical work of John Donne explored at St Paul

Apr
18

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The works of John Donne, one of England’s foremost poets and priests, are set to be brought to life in words and music...
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St Paul's Archive reveals piece of Titanic history, 100 years on

Apr
13

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Throughout its history St Paul's has hosted many memorial services, including for those who lost their lives on the Titanic. This...
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St Paul's to pray for Iranian Pastor facing death penalty

Apr
11

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St Paul’s is dedicating tomorrow’s 12.30pm Eucharist to Yousef Nadarkhani, the Iranian pastor facing a death sentence...
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Easter trail offers more for children this Easter break

Apr
10

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The Schools & Families Department of St Paul's has created two special Easter trails for children and families to make the...
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Revd Andrew Hammond to leave St Paul's for St Mary

Apr
10

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The Succentor of St Paul's, Andrew Hammond, is to leave the Cathedral to take up the post of Vicar at St Mary's in Willesden. Andrew,...
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Stunning ‘GigaPixel’ image marks reopening of St Paul’s Dome Galleries

Apr
02

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An image of London’s skyline as it has never been seen before, has marked the reopening of St Paul’s two highest Galleries following months of repair. The GigaPixel...
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Holy Week services

Mar
30

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A number of special services to mark Holy Week at St Paul's Cathedral. Click on the listings to download in pdf format. ...
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Dalai Lama to receive world science and religion award at St Paul’s Cathedral

Mar
29

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St Paul’s Cathedral is delighted to host the Dalai Lama, as he collects his prestigious Templeton Prize on Monday, 14 May. The Tibetan Buddhist spiritual leader...
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St Paul’s Cathedral addresses The Queen to mark her Diamond Jubilee

Mar
28

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An address to Her Majesty The Queen, praising her Christian faith and dedication to the Church, Nation and Commonwealth, has been delivered by St Paul’s Cathedral....
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St Paul’s to mark centenary of Scott’s Antarctic Expedition, 100 years on

Mar
21

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A century after Captain Robert Falcon Scott wrote his last diary entry, St Paul’s Cathedral will commemorate the British Antarctic ‘Terra Nova’ Expedition and pay...
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American Civil Rights Movement remembered on steps of St Paul’s

Mar
20

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The 55th anniversary of the Montgomery Bus Boycott, seen as a major turning point in the American civil rights movement, has been marked on the steps of St Paul’s...
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St Paul’s seeks young singers from across the UK to form Diamond Choir

Mar
16

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Children from all UK regions and nations have the chance to sing for The Queen as part of the Diamond Jubilee Service of Thanksgiving this June at St Paul’s Cathedral....
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St Paul’s joins 220 London churches to celebrate Fairtrade and receive official status

Mar
08

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Representatives from 220 churches within the Diocese of London are set to gather at St Paul’s to celebrate the work of the Fairtrade organisation and be officially...
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