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The Feast of the Most Holy Trinity

Posted: 12 June 2022

The doctrine of the Trinity was only clearly defined at the Councils of Nicaea in 325 and Constantinople in 381.

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Saint of the Month: SS Cyricus & Julitta

Posted: 11 June 2022

Mother and son Julitta and Cyricus were martyred in fourth-century Rome.

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Corpus Christi Procession

Posted: 11 June 2022

After a a Covid-enforced hiatus, the traditional Corpus Christi procession takes place once again this year, on the feast of Corpus Christi (Sunday 19 June).

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Summer Concerts: 7 July - 11 August 2022

Posted: 11 June 2022

The Cathedral's annual series of international summer concerts, which have taken place online for the last two years, returns this July.

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Pentecost Sunday

Posted: 5 June 2022

It is of course impossible to describe the Holy Spirit.

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Concert: Queen's University Symphony Orchestra

Posted: 31 May 2022

Queen's University Symphony Orchestra gives a concert in the Cathedral on Wednesday 8 June, beginning at 7:00pm.

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The Ascension of the Lord

Posted: 29 May 2022

The Ascension of Our Lord into Heaven is only recorded in Mark (the longer version) and Luke. The event is mentioned only briefly in both.

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Concert: Vox Orbis Choir

Posted: 25 May 2022

Galway based choir Vox Orbis, directed by Mark Keane, performs two works by Michael Haydn in the Cathedral on Friday 3 June 2022.

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Sixth Sunday of Easter

Posted: 22 May 2022

At the end of Matthew’s gospel, Jesus commanded his apostles to “go make disciples of all nations...” (Matthew 28:19-20) The Jewish people had been the first to hear the word of God, and the Good N

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Fifth Sunday of Easter

Posted: 15 May 2022

The readings for this Sunday blend together to bring messages of hope. Paul and Barnabas spoke words of encouragement to their convert listeners.

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