Washington National Cathedral

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June 19, 2007

The little-known stories of the people who "built" Washington National Cathedral come to life in an exhibit which describes the accounts of its visionaries, donors, artists, workers and leaders.

"Dreamers and Believers: Cathedral Builders" celebrates the centennial of laying the...

May 30, 2007

South Africa's anti-apartheid hero Archbishop Desmond Tutu will be the inaugural recipient of a Washington National Cathedral award acknowledging individual efforts in unifying people across the religious spectrum.

Officially named "The Cathedral Prize for Advancement in Religious...

May 11, 2007

Washington National Cathedral has announced a May 17 tour of its new underground bus and auto garage -- the first of its kind in D.C. -- that will benefit the local community through alleviating traffic congestion and improving pedestrian safety.

The 9:30 a.m.-3 p.m. tour will allow...

April 24, 2007

In a moving evening service of prayer at Washington National Cathedral April 22, the Rev. Canon Howard Anderson, warden of the Washington Episcopal Cathedral College, led a reflection in which he spoke of a "litany of horror" and this "mindless tragedy," referring to the April 16 shootings at...

November 1, 2006

The investiture of Presiding Bishop-elect Katharine Jefferts Schori at Washington National Cathedral at 11 a.m. Nov. 4 will be webcast by the Episcopal Church's communication office in collaboration with Washington National Cathedral.

The service will be carried live. Providing the...

November 7, 2005

Devotions, gospel music, scripture readings, prayers, and preaching by Dr. James A. Forbes, one of the most inspiring preachers in the country, are just some of what's in store for participants of "Word to the City," a two-night revival November 15 and 16 at 7 p.m. at Washington National...

January 26, 2005

Washington National Cathedral and New York jewelry designer Cynthia Gale are teaming up to turn profits into donations for the hundreds of thousands ravaged by the tsunami that hit Southeast Asia.

Proceeds from the sale of the Family of Faiths bracelet, which was designed especially for...

December 31, 2004

As a child, Elizabeth Lancer spent eight years in France with her family. She and her sister lived their lives in French, speaking it at home and at school. But when they returned to the United States, they experienced a frustrating form of culture shock.

“When we came back to the...

November 16, 2004

TO READ: THE HEART OF CHRISTIANITY: Rediscovering a Life of Faith by Marcus J. Borg

National Cathedral continues series on "Wholehearted Faith in Time of Factions"

The free Fall series “Wholehearted Faith in a Time of Factions” continues at the Washington National Cathedral...

November 11, 2004

The Rev. Samuel T. Lloyd III, an Episcopal priest now serving as rector of Trinity Church, Copley Square, in Boston, Massachusetts, has been nominated as the new Dean of Washington National Cathedral, Bishop John Bryson Chane of Washington announced at a meeting of the Cathedral Chapter...

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