St Cecilia, Patron Saint of Music, will be honoured in the Cathedral on Wednesday November 21 when we join with Corrymeela to present CANTATE! – a concert of hope and celebration.
At this time of remembrance, many stories emerge about the boys who stepped up to serve during the Great War, including those belonging to the Belfast Cathedral Company of the Church Lads’ Brigade (CLB).
They came together in Belfast Cathedral, as they did around the country, around Europe, and around the world, to remember those who died for peace and freedom 100 years to the day since the Armistice of World War One.
Holly Wilson, Belfast Cathedral’s Events and Marketing Manager, did St Anne’s proud at the final of the Women in Business Awards NI in the Crowne Plaza Hotel on Thursday night.
On July 1 1917, more than 2,000 people filled the Cathedral and hundreds stood outside the West doors for a memorial service for those killed at Thiepval on July 1 the previous year.
A Service of Remembrance commemorating the end of World War One will be broadcast live from Belfast Cathedral on BBC TV and Radio Ulster on Sunday afternoon.
Belfast Cathedral will be closed to visitors from Thursday November 8 until Monday November 12 inclusive in preparation for, and following, a live BBC Remembrance Day Service broadcast on November 11.
It was gloomy outside and hundreds of people took the opportunity to call into The Wonderful Winter Fair held in St Anne’s on Saturday afternoon, November 3.
The Royal Irish Regiment ‘family,’ including serving members and relatives of those who have served in the past, gathered in their hundreds in Belfast Cathedral for a poignant Service of Remembrance on November 4.
Divine Healing Ministries has two exciting services coming up at St Anne’s Cathedral, Belfast, in November, and will be also be involved in a united Day of Prayer in Downpatrick open to all denominations.