St Mary's Cathedral

Coming Events at the Cathedral

LATE SHOW - SATURDAY 18 MAY

In collaboration with Newcastle City Guides, our participation in the 'Late Shows' on Saturday 18th May this year will take the form of an evening with Pugin and Cathedral characters from the Victorian era so why not take the opportunity to learn a little more about the early history of the building from the people involved. Entrance is free.

NO OUTSIDERS FOR HIS LOVE - A SERVICE IN SUPPORT OF MENTAL HEALTH - Sunday 19th May

A service to commemorate Mental Health awareness week will take place in the Cathedral on Sunday 19th May at 3.00pm. The theme of the service is ‘No outsiders for God’s love’ and will include music and reflections and will focus on the experiences of people suffering from mental health difficulties and those who care for and support them. All are welcome.

GOOD SHEPHERD MASS Thursday 23rd May

The annual Mass of the Good Shepherd will take place in the Cathedral this Thursday 23rd May at 11. 00am . This is the Mass in which the children from our Diocesan Schools will present their cheques to Bishop Robert for money which they have collected for St Cuthbert’s Care . There will be no 8.00am or 12.05pm Masses in the Cathedral on Thursday.

MUSIC AND WORSHIP WITH MATT MAHER - 29 May

On Wednesday 29 May from 7.00pm - 9.00pm, we are hosting an evening of Praise, Worship and Adoration led by Eight time Grammy nominee, Matt Maher.
Matt is an International Christian music artist who has had success writing and recording songs like ‘Lord I need You’ ‘Hold Us Together’ and ‘Because He Lives’
One of the highlights of his ministry was leading three million young people in adoration as he knelt on stage with Pope Francis at World Youth Day in Rio in 2013 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ICL5du0GAsU

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CARDINAL HUME MEMORIAL LECTURE Thursday 11 July
We are delighted to announce that Catherine Pepinster, former editor of the Tablet will deliver the sixth Cardinal Hume Memorial Lecture here in the Cathedral on Thursday 11 July at 7.00pm. Further details will be available in the coming weeks.