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Red’s legend Kenny Dalglish and Blue’s hero Howard Kendall viewed their newly inscribed bricks on the ‘Peoples Path’ at Liverpool Cathedral today.
Liverpool Cathedral is delighted to have received its second award from the WW1 centenary cathedral repairs fund. The award will go to finance much needed repair work to the Lady Chapel and Nave roofs.
Those who like to plan ahead and be organised for Christmas can tick a couple of items from their list at Liverpool Cathedral from October 8th.
Our popular season of tower evenings finish today. After a year of cracking photo opportunities, stunning views and even a wedding proposal or two we halt these evenings for our winter break.
As the cathedral launches its next discipleship course, Digging Deeper, we caught up with one of the previous participants, Jo Wylie, to gain a personal perspective on the course.
We've published our latest Cathedral Life magazine with it's usual mix of interesting and informative articles. This issue contains features on our recent award successes, our £24m for 2024 campaign and building projects and many other articles.
Our ambitious, visionary campaign to secure the long term flourishing of Liverpool Cathedral as a Centre of Christian worship and mission got off to a great start thanks to a generous donation from the Friends of the Cathedral.
Dean Pete has expressed his delight at the news that the General Synod of the Church of England approved this afternoon the legislation to enable women to be consecrated as bishops.