St Mary's Cathedral

Coming Events at the Cathedral

BISHOP SEAMUS RETIREMENT MASS
A Mass to commemorate the service to the diocese of Bishop Seamus Cunningham and his retirement will take place in the Cathedral on Friday 22 February from 7.00 pm, followed by light refreshments in the marquee which will be located in the courtyard. All are welcome

DISCERNMENT—FOR THOSE THINKING ABOUT THE PRIESTHOOD (AGED 16 AND OVER)
Evenings of prayer and reflection, with an opportunity to listen to speakers talk about their own discernment, faith journeys and vocations will take place in the Cathedral from 6.30pm - 8.30pm
Wednesday 27 February
Wednesday 27 March
Further details are available from the Diocesan Vocations Promoter Fr David Smith. Telephone: 0191 2676063 Email: stjohnvianneywestdenton@gmail.com

CATHEDRAL ITALIAN EVENING - FRIDAY 1 MARCH
Last chance for a "knees up" before Lent!
Following the recent successful "Chilli Night", the Friends of St Mary's are pleased to announce an "Italian Night" run on similar lines so why not come and join us for an evening of fun, friendship and food. The event is planned for Friday 1st March and tickets at £10 will go on sale next weekend in the Cloister Cafe. As numbers are limited and these entertaining evenings always prove popular, please book early to avoid disappointment!
MUSICAL MEDITATION IN HOLY WEEK - TUESDAY 16 APRIL

On Tuesday 16 April at 7.00pm we will be welcoming to the Cathedral The MiCapella Choir from Munich, who will perform a Meditation in Music for Holy Week. Their visit to us is part of a tour which will also include a performance in Hexham Abbey on Palm Sunday.

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.

MUSIC AND WORSHIP WITH MATT MAHER
An evening of Praise, worship and adoration will take place in the Cathedral on Wednesday 29 May from 7.00pm - 9.00pm with Matt Maher. Further information and ticket details to follow.