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  Winchester Cathedral - Welcome - #
Winchester Cathedral is the Mother Church of the Diocese of Winchester, which is part of the Church of England.
All are welcome to come to the Cathedral as visitors or pilgrims, which is normally open from 8.30am to 6.00pm every day (5.30pm on Sundays).
Services and Events may cause certain areas to be closed at times, so you are encouraged to enquire if you are making a special visit.
www.winchester-cathedral.org.uk   (183 words)

cathedral are assessed proportionately to the amount of their income; an assessment may then be levied upon the diocesan clergy, and finally an ecclesiastical tax may be imposed upon the faithful.
cathedral is held to be property of the State or city, in which case, if either has pledged itself to care for the building, the responsibility of the bishop or clergy ensues only in default of the former (Permaneder-Riedl, Die kirchliche Baulast, Munich, 1890).
cathedral belongs conjointly to the bishop and the
www.newadvent.org /cathen/03438a.htm   (2835 words)

 Durham Cathedral
As an enduring monument to human skill and inventiveness, the Cathedral speaks powerfully of heritage and history.
The Cathedral web site aims to tell you something about who we are and what we stand for.
It provides information about Cathedral services and events, its music and arts programme, facilities for visitors and pilgrims, educational resources and libraries, community life and outreach, together with an archive of recent sermons and addresses.
www.durhamcathedral.co.uk   (351 words)

 Washington National Cathedral
The Cathedral at 100 that celebrates the Cathedral’s building, ministry, and calling for its second century.
The Cathedral presents its eighteenth annual international crèche exhibit featuring crèches from around the country and around the world, including sets from Ecuador, Kenya and Nepal.
The inaugural Cathedral Prize for Advancement in Religious Understanding was presented to Archbishop Desmond Tutu on November 9.
www.cathedral.org /cathedral   (1102 words)

  The Diocese of Worcester - The Cathedral
The Cathedral is open and staffed on every day of the year from 7.30am to 6pm.
The staff and volunteers of the cathedral are here to enable this to happen.
His appointment as 46th Dean of Worcester is excellent news for the Cathedral, diocese and the region.
www.cofe-worcester.org.uk /cathedral   (334 words)

 Exeter Cathedral
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This web site provides information and pictures which will appeal to the curious browser of any age and to those seeking more detailed information about our beautiful, historic cathedral, its very active community and its continuous cycle of daily worship.
Coming to the Cathedral for the first time
www.exeter-cathedral.org.uk   (197 words)

 Cathedral City Chamber of Commerce
As the representative of the Cathedral City business community, the Chamber conducts many activities of direct and indirect benefit to its members.
The economic conditions are a primary concern and the Chamber works to bring businesses to Cathedral City and support those businesses with marketing advice, public relations and networking opportunities.
A newcomer to Cathedral City is immediately impressed by the town’s strong community pride, its many activities and its determination to preserve a
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 Norwich Cathedral
The clean lines of the Romanesque architecture and the tranquil setting of the medieval precinct make any visit to Norwich Cathedral memorable, and the pages on this website will give you some idea of the treasury of heritage that is here.
The monastic cathedral community was founded on the Rule of St Benedict.
Drawing on the three Benedictine principles of Worship, Learning and Hospitality, the present community of volunteers, staff and clergy seek to offer these same principles as we welcome the large number of visitors who enter the cathedral and its precinct.
www.cathedral.org.uk /pages/html/index.html   (210 words)

 Southwark Cathedral
The Cathedral lies on the South Bank of the River Thames close to London Bridge on a site occupied by a Church for over one thousand years.
The main structure of today's church was built between 1220 and 1420.
The Cathedral is the mother church of the Anglican Diocese of Southwark.
www.southwark.anglican.org /cathedral   (101 words)

 ABC 7 News - Hand-Built 'Cathedral' Headache for Town   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Its builder is an 81-year-old man who has spent four decades working on it mostly by himself, without planning permission, architect's drawings or previous construction experience.
But while it lacks a bishop's blessing to be a cathedral, it has a crypt, a cloister, a flight of steps to the front, a portico, arches and spiral staircases inside its towers.
So he started building his cathedral, which he hasn't formally named but has dedicated to the Virgin Mary.
www.wjla.com /news/stories/1206/382630.html   (890 words)

 Cathedral | BoardGameGeek
In Cathedral, each player has a set of pieces of a different color.
The first player takes the single neutral Cathedral piece and places it onto the board.
Cathedral: how to put everything back in the box
www.boardgamegeek.com /game/7   (305 words)

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