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Statement from St Paul’s Cathedral on Court of Appeal ruling

Feb
22

Posted by St Paul's Cathedral

The following statement has been issued by the Chapter of St Paul’s Cathedral following the Court of Appeal ruling on Wednesday, 22nd February 2012: "We very much...
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Iron is a girl’s best friend at St Paul’s this Valentine’s Day

Feb
14

Posted by St Paul's Cathedral

Diamonds may be forever and a girl’s best friend, but one Londoner has spurned the precious stone in favour of iron this Valentine’s Day. Martin Barratt, a managing...
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Listen again to Choral Evensong on BBC Radio 3

Feb
02

Posted by St Paul's Cathedral

Works by Byrd and Tallis featured as BBC Radio 3's Choral Evensong came from St Paul's on Wednesday, 1st February. LISTEN AGAIN Now...
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St Paul's issues special Prayer to mark Queen's Diamond Jubilee

Jan
31

Posted by St Paul's Cathedral

The following Prayer, written at The Queen's direction by the Chapter of St Paul's Cathedral for Her Majesty's Diamond Jubilee,...
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“Grateful and embarrassed” cathedral foreman recognised in New Year Honours List

Jan
27

Posted by St Paul's Cathedral

One of St Paul’s longest serving employees is celebrating receiving an MBE in the New Year Honours List, for his service to the cathedral. Alan Horsfield, the cathedral’s...
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St Paul’s 20 year ‘pipe-dream’ becomes a reality

Jan
26

Posted by St Paul's Cathedral

The latest chapter in St Paul’s rich musical history has been written this week with the first performance of the cathedral’s brand new organ. The new OBE Chapel...
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Archbishop of Canterbury Ordains two new Bishops at St Paul's

Jan
25

Posted by St Paul's Cathedral

Two new Bishops have been Ordained and Consecrated at St Paul's Cathedral.  A Eucharist service, held on Wednesday 25th...
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The Reverend Canon Michael Hampel looks at the humour and teachings in the Book of Jonah

Jan
23

Posted by St Paul's Cathedral

The Reverend Canon Michael Hampel looks at the humour and teachings in the Book of Jonah - a sermon given on the third Sunday of...
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Bishops of Winchester and Bradwell to be consecrated at St Paul

Jan
18

Posted by St Paul's Cathedral

The 97th Bishop of Winchester and fifth Bishop of Bradwell are to be consecrated at St Paul’s Cathedral. Canon Timothy...
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Statement from St Paul's Cathedral

Jan
18

Posted by St Paul's Cathedral

Following today’s decision by Mr Justice Lindblom at the High Court the Chapter of St Paul’s have issued the following...
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Watch again: PD James speaks at St Paul's Cathedral

Posted by St Paul's Cathedral

Today the Cathedral is very saddened to hear that PD James, great detective fiction writer and friend to St Paul's, has died aged 94.   Baroness James of Holland...
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Two nations' 'Unwritten Alliance' the focus of annual St Paul's US Thanksgiving service

Posted by St Paul's Cathedral

America the Beautiful echoed around St Paul's as the American community in London gathered at the Cathedral for the annual Thanksgiving Day service. 2,000 people...
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BBC Choral Evensong from St Paul's to be broadcast worldwide

Posted by St Paul's Cathedral

BBC Radio 3's annual visit to St Paul's for Choral Evensong will once again be available for people to be able to listen to around the world. LISTEN LIVE Wednesday...
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CofE bishops urge church-going General Election voters to help build the society they want at ballot box

Posted by St Paul's Cathedral

The Church of England's House of Bishops has released a letter, addressed to all members of the Church, to deeply consider how they use their vote at this year's General...
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Is World Book Day's 'most dangerous' book here at St Paul's?

Posted by St Paul's Cathedral

To mark World Book Day (5 March) we tell the story of one of the most controversial and 'dangerous' books in history, a copy of which remarkably survives at St Paul's. One...
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