Archbishop George Stack presides at the start of the Sacred Triduum celebrating the Mass of the Lord's Supper. Recalling the last evening Jesus spent with his disciples in the Upper Room celebrating the Last Supper together. The Mass includes the traditional Washing of the Feet (Mandatum).
You are invited to witness Christ's Passion and Death this Lent. Join us in the Mostyn Room (Former CTS Bookshop) at St David's Cathedral as we start to follow the Way of Christ to Calvary moving through the busy streets of Cardiff City Centre. Refreshments available after the Way. Visit www.sdcrf.org.uk/stationsofthecross.htm for more information.
The “Station Mass” originated in Rome under the auspices of Pope Gregory the Great (590 – 604). They were conceived as a daily pilgrimage in the footsteps of the martyrs and saints. Pilgrims and penitents visited forty churches in Rome on foot and performed penitential exercises and celebrated Mass in each “stopping place” or “station”. […]
Join us at St David's Cathedral as we celebrate the Patronal Feast of both the cathedral and Wales. During the Mass Archbishop George Stack will install Fr. Barry English, Fr. Michael P. Evans, Fr. William Isaac and Fr. John Kelly into the Cathedral Chapter, making them Canons. The Mass will be followed by refreshments.
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