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  WorldExperience.com 26-Jan-2001 - Christ Church Cathedral, Dublin, Ireland.
Christ Church Cathedral remains in daily use today serving the Dublin and Glendalough dioceses of the Church of Ireland.
Weekday eucharists are held in the chapel of the Blessed Virgin Mary at the far, east, end of the church.
Christ Church Cathedral is on the corner of Winetavern Street and Christchurch Place, about 15 minutes walk from Trinity College or Dublin city center.
worldexperience.com /ps_2001-01-26_christ_church_cathedral.html   (757 words)

  
 Christ Church Cathedral
Christ Church Cathedral has the double honour of being both the oldest building in Dublin and having the world record for largest number of bells that are rung full circle.
This record is the most recent in a number of developments that the ringers of Christ Church have taken part in over the last thousand years.
The Ringers of Christ Church are also keen mini-bell ringers, after a portable octave was cast for the ringing master in 1998.
www.bellringingireland.org /East/ChristChurch/Home.html   (324 words)

  
  Christ Church Cathedral
Christ Church Cathedral has the double honour of being both the oldest building in Dublin and having the world record for largest number of bells that are rung full circle.
This record is the most recent in a number of developments that the ringers of Christ Church have taken part in over the last thousand years.
The Ringers of Christ Church are also keen mini-bell ringers, after a portable octave was cast for the ringing master in 1998.
bellringingireland.org /East/ChristChurch/Home.html   (324 words)

  
  Christ Church Cathedral, Dublin
Christ Church Cathedral (The Cathedral of the Most Holy Trinity) in Dublin is the elder of the city's two mediæval cathedrals, having been founded by St Laurence O'Toole.
The cathedral was the location of the coronation of Lambert Simnel as 'King Edward VI' a boy pretender who sought unsuccessfully to depose Henry VII of England.
As with other aspects of Christ Church, the tomb in the nave is not actually Strongbow's: the original tomb having been destroyed centuries ago, an unconnected mediæval tomb was moved soon afterwards from a church in Drogheda to Christ Church, placed on the site of Strongbow's tomb and identified as Strongbow's.
www.xasa.com /wiki/en/wikipedia/c/ch/christ_church_cathedral__dublin.html   (356 words)

  
 A Journey Through Christ Church Cathedral | Christ Church Cathedral, Eau Claire, WI   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
Christ Church Cathedral Parish had its beginnings in 1858 when services were held in various places in the community.
The Christ the Priest Window was given by the daughters of Lizzie Johnson in her memory.
The Sanctuary wainscot and clergy stalls are raised in memory of Philip Henry Linley, Rector of Christ Church 1906-1919, by St. Cecilia's Guild in 1940.
www.christchurchcathedralec.com /more_about_us/building_and_grounds/the_cathedral/a_journey_through_ccc.htm   (2917 words)

  
 What's New @ Christ Church Cathedral Dublin
The Church of Ireland notes (Saturday 31 March 2007) note that Palm Sunday will be celebrated at Christ Church with the blessings of palms, a procession and the reading of the passion according to St Luke while at St Patrick's cathedral, at evensong there will be a sequence of readings and music for passiontide.
The deans of St Patrick's cathedral, Armagh and Christ Church, Dublin are the co-chairman of this society which was founded in recent years, and meets twice yearly, alternating between the Robinson Library and the cathedral chapter room at Christ Church.
Canon Biggar will preach at Christ Church in Dublin on Sunday 11 March 2007 on the centenary of the birth of Helmuth James von Moltke, a leader of a circle of anti-Nazi resistants who was arrested and eventually hanged in the aftermath of the failed 1944 bomb plot to kill Adolf Hitler.
www.christchurch.dublin.anglican.org /whatsnew/history/whatsnew.html   (5243 words)

  
 St. Louis, MO - Christ Church Cathedral Fact Sheet
Christ Church Cathedral is modeled after a 14th century English Gothic church and is cruciform in design.
The bells in the Cathedral's bell tower were cast by the same German foundry that cast the bells for the German Pavilion at the 1904 St. Louis World's Fair.
The reredos was commissioned by the church in 1909 and carved in Exeter, England by sculptor Harry Hem.
www.explorestlouis.com /factSheets/fact_chrChrch.asp?PageType=4   (1209 words)

  
 Wedd, Patrick
Senior Choir of Christ Church Cathedral, Wedd conductor.
Christ Church Cathedral Choir, Wedd organ and conductor.
Ingrid Suderman, soprano, Choir of Christ Church Cathedral, Wedd conductor.
www.thecanadianencyclopedia.com /index.cfm?PgNm=TCE&Params=U1ARTU0003651SUBDiscography   (144 words)

  
 Se Cathedral in Goa,Se Cathedral Church in Goa,St. Catherines Cathedral Church in Goa   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
The Portuguese Viceroy Redondo commissioned the Se, or St. Catherine's' Cathedral, southwest of St. Cajetan's, to be "a grandiose church worthy of the wealth, power and fame of the Portuguese who dominated the seas from the Atlantic to the Pacific".
To the west of the Se Cathedral is the former palace of the Archbishop that connects the Se Cathedral to the Convent and Church of St. Francis of Assisi.
Further to the west of the Church of St. Francis of Assisi is the chapel of St. Catherine.
www.goa-travel-tourism.com /churches-of-goa/se-cathedral.html   (1237 words)

  
 Christ Church Cathedral
Christ Church Cathedral, Fredericton, was built 1845-53 to the neo-Gothic plans of British architects Frank Wills and William Butterfield, in collaboration with John MEDLEY, first Anglican bishop of Fredericton.
In its cruciform plan, central tower, 3-sided porch and huge west window, it was the first Canadian building to follow closely the ideal of the Ecclesiological Society, a reformist movement of the Anglican Church which sought a return to the architecture of the Middle Ages.
The cathedral is distinguished by its nave and side aisles oriented to the choir.
www.canadianencyclopedia.ca /index.cfm?PgNm=TCE&Params=A1ARTA0001608   (134 words)

  
 Christ Church Cathedral, Dublin - Picture - MSN Encarta
Christ Church Cathedral, Dublin - Picture - MSN Encarta
Christ Church Cathedral stands in Christ Church Place, Dublin.
The cathedral, built in the 13th century, was extensively restored betwen 1871 and 1878 by George Edmund Street, and is largely a Gothic Revival work.
uk.encarta.msn.com /media_121628003/Christ_Church_Cathedral_Dublin.html   (51 words)

  
 WorldExperience.com 26-Jan-2001 - Christ Church Cathedral, Dublin, Ireland.
Christ Church Cathedral remains in daily use today serving the Dublin and Glendalough dioceses of the Church of Ireland.
Upon entering the church the visitor is immediately struck by the huge interior (70m/192ft long) with high vaulted ceilings (25m/68ft tall) and beautiful stained glass windows lining the walls.
Christ Church Cathedral is on the corner of Winetavern Street and Christchurch Place, about 15 minutes walk from Trinity College or Dublin city center.
www.worldexperience.com /ps_2001-01-26_christ_church_cathedral.html   (757 words)

  
 Christ Church Cathedral - Home
The cathedral is the bishop's seat for the Diocese of Lexington, with 8,900 Episcopalians, stretching from Middlesboro to Ashland to Covington.
Christ Church was organized in 1796, only four years after Kentucky became a state, with the first services being held on the present site.
Christ Church became the cathedral for the Diocese of Lexington, when that diocese was formed in 1895.
www.ccclex.org   (306 words)

  
 Christ Church Cathedral, Dublin [Archeire, Irish Architecture Online]
Christ Church Cathedral is the Church of Ireland Cathedral for the Diocese of Dublin and Glendalough.
The Cathedral as it exists today is mainly victorian due to the extensive restorations and renovations carried out by the english architect George Edward Street in the 1870s.
Originally this was a separate church St Michaels and it was connected to the main cathedral in the 1870s.
www.archeire.com /buildings_ireland/dublin/southcity/christchurch_place/christch.htm   (404 words)

  
 Christ Church Cathedral
As we care for one another in the name of Christ, we celebrate with members and friends who are celebrating (e.g., birthday; marriage; birth of a child), support those who are in crisis or transition (e.g., health concern; move to a new home), and mourn with those who are bereaved.
Cathedral Crafters is a group that meets every other Monday to put their craft skills to work as well as learn new ones.
Friends of Christ Church Cathedral is an organization committed to increase interest in the liturgical, outreach, and cultural ministries of Christ Church Cathedral within the Diocese of Connecticut, the city of Hartford, the capital region of the state of Connecticut, and throughout the United States.
www.cccathedral.org /parishlife_scgg.html   (3446 words)

  
 Christ Church Cathedral Dublin
Christ Church Cathedral is situated just beside the civic offices, on the western edge of Temple Bar in the heart of Dublin's medieval core.
This choir is complemented by the cathedral girls' choir, which was set up in 1995, to offer the girls of Dublin the special experience that is the privilege of a cathedral chorister.
Indeed many may wish to subscribe to the Friends of the cathedral, one of the oldest organisations of its kind in these islands, which is active in its support of the cathedral.
www.dublinevents.com /dublin-places-to-visit/christ-church-cathedral.php   (626 words)

  
 Christ Church Cathedral - Christ Church Cathedral   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
Christ Church Cathedral was founded c 1030 by Bishop Dúnán with the support of the Norse King of Dublin, Sitric Silkenbeard.
In 1541 the Augustinian priory was dissolved by Henry VIII and the cathedral became part of the Anglican Community.
For exactly 700 years, until the Church of Ireland was disestablished in 1871, Christ Church was the State Church in which senior representatives of the crown swore their oaths of allegiance.
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 Christ Church Cathedral, Dublin
Christ Church Cathedral, though not so extensive as that of St. Patrick, is undoubtedly of greater antiquity; the site, say historians, was given by Sitrig, a Danish prince, to Donat, a bishop of Dublin, who about the year 1038 erected upon it a church in honour of the Blessed Trinity.
Some doubts have been entertained as to the propriety of attributing the effigy of the knight on the monument to Strongbow, as the arms emblazoned on the shield are not those which belonged to that chieftain.
* There was attached to the church a monastic establishment, which existed until the dissolution of these religious communities by Henry VIII., when the priory was changed into a dean and chapter, and the ancient name of Church of the Blessed Trinity was altered to that of Christ Church.
www.libraryireland.com /SceneryIreland/VI-5.php   (436 words)

  
 The Mystery Worshipper: Christ Church cathedral, Dublin
Christ Church is the diocesan one, and St Patrick's – which is just down the road – is the national cathedral.
The cathedral was locked when we arrived and there were no lights on to illuminate the dark churchyard.
When the cathedral was opened and we went in, we were handed a service sheet.
www.shipoffools.com /Mystery/2003/669Mystery.html   (768 words)

  
 Christ Church Cathedral - Organs
As a result, the organ chamber was redesigned; half now exists as a room extending into the Cathedral parking lot but not obvious from the interior of the Cathedral.
When it was acquired, it was placed on the floor of the Cathedral near the font so that the congregation could see it clearly, but after several months it was hoisted up to the West Gallery where the Cathedral Choirs would occasionally sing.
On 6th May 1997, to celebrate the centennial of the consecration of the Cathedral in 1897, technicians arrived in Ottawa from Casavant Frères, St-Hyacinthe, Québec, to install a new Horizontal Trumpet Stop.
ottawa.anglican.ca /cathedral/organs.htm   (642 words)

  
 Christ Church Cathedral School
This is Kristin's second year teaching at Christ Church Cathedral School and she feels very fortunate to be a part of the Cathedral School staff and students, as it struck her immediately what a unique school this is.
When Cathedral School was first renovated I seized the opportunity offered by a new, empty wall to make the 'Seven Days of Creation' wall-hanging with all the students in the School.
All the children at Cathedral School are given a variety of opportunities throughout their schooling, to key into their strengths.
www.cathedralschool.ca /staff.htm   (1384 words)

  
 Christ Church Cathedral, Dublin [Archeire, Irish Architecture Online]
Christ Church Cathedral is the Church of Ireland Cathedral for the Diocese of Dublin and Glendalough.
Modeled along european lines, the canons of the cathedral were monks - Canons regular of St Augustine.
When the church in England broke away from Rome, the majority of the Irish Bishops followed suit and the last Augustinian prior became the first dean.
www.irish-architecture.com /christchurch   (148 words)

  
 Christ Church Cathedral, Oxford
Christ Church Cathedral is the smallest cathedral in England and the seat of the Bishop of Oxford.
The oldest monument in the cathedral is the Shrine of St. Frideswide in the Latin Chapel.
Both John and his brother, the hymnwriter Charles, were undergraduates at Christ Church in the 1720s and were ordained in the cathedral as priests in the Church of England.
www.sacred-destinations.com /england/oxford-christ-church-cathedral.htm   (1856 words)

  
 Christ Church Anglican Cathedral, Montréal, Qué.
In 1789, a church belonging to the Jesuits, which later became the property of the Government, was granted to the Anglican congregation.
In 1803, the church was destroyed in one of the large fires which plagued the city during this period.
The Cathedral was ready for occupation in late 1859, and the opening service was held on the morning of the First Sunday of Advent, November 27, 1859.
infopuq.uquebec.ca /~uss1010/orgues/quebec/christccm.html   (2029 words)

  
 YouTube - Christ Church Cathedral in Dublin Ireland
Christ Church Cathedral (The Cathedral of the Most Holy Trinity) in Dublin is the elder of the city's two mediæval cathedrals, the other being St. Patrick's, having been founded by St Laurence O'Toole.
The cathedral was built by the Vikings at their original settlement at Wood Quay, alongside the River Liffey quayside.
The cathedral was the location of the coronation of Lambert Simnel in 1487 as 'King Edward VI' a boy pretender who sought unsuccessfully to depose Henry VII of England.
youtube.com /watch?v=bWzMKVBPmL0   (236 words)

  
 Music at Christ Church Cathedral, Oxford
Christ Church Cathedral, Oxford, is unique: it functions as the Cathedral of the Diocese of Oxford and as the Chapel of the College.
Built in the twelfth century, it is one of the smallest Anglican Cathedrals in the country.
When the Cathedral Choir is on vacation, many services are sung by the Cathedral Singers, a voluntary choir of men and women from the Diocese.
www.concertartist.info /articles/chch.html   (579 words)

  
 Christ Church Cathedral
Christ Church Episcopal Cathedral is located on the northeastern corner of Monument Circle, in downtown Indianapolis.
Church is located on the Northeast Side of the the Circle, on the corner of Meridian St. and Monument Circle.
Church will be located on the Left, on Northeast side of the Circle.
home.indy.rr.com /anthonyjamelin/christ_church_cathedral.htm   (213 words)

  
 History - Christ Church Cathedral, Fredericton
The Church of England arrived with English settlers and American Loyalists in the 18th Century.
The tower of the Cathedral was the last major part to be constructed.
On July 3, 1911, lightning struck the Cathedral and the resulting fire gutted the spire and destroyed the choir when the bells melted and fell to earth.
www.christchurchcathedral.com /history   (282 words)

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