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10:00Morning Prayer
10:30Solemn Mass (Choir)
12:00Mass (sung)
15:30Solemn Vespers & Benediction (Choir)
17:30Mass (sung)
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Give thanks for the ‘Annas’ in the temple

We celebrate on Monday the ‘last chapter’ as it were, in the Christmas story; the presentation of the child Jesus in the Temple. On this feast, we meet the final two characters of the narrative - Simeon and Anna. Through the season of Advent, and into the days of Christmas, our character list has included all the people who have had a role to play in the nativity story: Zechariah, Elizabeth, John the Baptist, Mary, Joseph, the shepherds and the magi; each communicating to us some great truth about the child of Bethlehem. Now Simeon and Anna, in recognising Jesus in the Temple for who he really is, bring down the curtain for us on his infancy. ‘Let your servant now depart in peace O Lord’, prays Simeon, rejoicing that he has seen God’s promise fulfilled.



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WESTMINSTER CATHEDRAL CHOIR WEBSITE

A new website for the Westminster Cathedral Choir and Music Department has been launched. From... more >>

 

17/02/2015 - FRIENDS’ QUIZ 'N' CHIPS

18:30 Westminster Cathedral Hall more >>

CATHEDRAL TOWER CLOSED

From Thursday 18 December, the Cathedral’s Tower and Viewing Gallery will be closed to the... more >>

 

14/03/2015 - ST PATRICK’S NIGHT

19:00 Westminster Cathedral Hall more >>

CATHOLIC EDUCATION

This weekend we have a second collection for Catholic education. Bishop Sherrington writes: “The Catholic... more >>

 

26/03/2015 - J S BACH: MASS IN B MINOR

19:30 Westminster Cathedral more >>

We continue to expand the range of product in our gift shop which relates to or echoes the art and architecture of the Cathedral. Recent such editions are glass roundels which replicate in glass images, typically mosaics which can be seen in the Cathedral. The image of Our Lady of Walsingham which adorns the side of the pulpit in the Cathedral is a good example of this.  

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