St Mary's Cathedral
, Newcastle upon Tyne

WEEKDAY 8.00AM MASS - There will be no 8.00am weekday Masses in the Cathedral for the duration of the Summer holidays. Masses will resume some time in September on a date to be published.

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175th Anniversary Celebrations

This year St Mary's is commemorating 175 years as a place of Christian worship and sanctuary in our busy city.

CATHEDRAL NEWSLETTER
Newsletter for 24th Sunday of the Year 15th September

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PORTRAITS OF COURAGE - Eliot Smith Dance
On Wednesday 18 September in the Cathedral Eliot Smith Dance presented a wonderful evening of bold and exciting contemporary works.
Portraits of Courage was a powerful and historical informative dance work choreographed by Eliot Smith, which inspired and enthralled all those present.

COMPLETING THE CATHEDRAL: DUNN AND HANSOM’S CONTRIBUTION TO ST MARY’S, NEWCASTLE: Monday, 23rd September at 6.30pm

As part of our 175th anniversary celebrations, we are delighted to welcome Dr Michael Johnson, Senior Lecturer in Design History at Northumbria University, to give a talk on Dunn and Hansom, the architects responsible for the design of the tower and steeple which were added to the Cathedral in 1872.

Organ Spectacular
An Organ Spectacular took place in the Cathedral on Saturday, 24th August. The Cathedral resonated to the powerful sound of the Cathedral organ played by Jonathan Scott who presented a diverse and spectacular programme which highlighted the versatility of this magnificent instrument. This was the latest in a series of exciting special events celebrating the 175th anniversary of the opening of St Mary’s.

175 years

On Wednesday 21st August, St Mary's commemorated 175 years as a place of Christian worship and sanctuary in our busy city.

THINKING ABOUT BECOMING A CATHOLIC? RCIA COURSE - SEPTEMBER 2019
The new Journey of Faith programme begins on Tuesday 17 September 2019 from 6.30 -8.00pm in the Cloister Café. If you would like more information, please fill in the slip at the back of the Cathedral and return to the Cathedral office.