Christ Church Events: 16 - 30 January 2005

Christ Church Cathedral Dublin webeditor at
Sun Jan 16 00:06:08 GMT 2005

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Sunday 16 January
  11.00 - Cathedral Eucharist (Bishop of Croydon) [Correction]
Monday 17 January
  13.15 - Lunchtime concert: Loreto Mandeville Hall (Melbourne)
Friday 21 January (Week of Prayer for Christian Unity)
  20.00 - Ecumenical Service in Irish
Saturday 22 January
  17.00 - Plainsong Evensong
Saturday 29 January
  17.00 - Sung Compline
Sunday 30 January
  17.00 - Candlemas Procession


Sunday 16 January 2005 - Cathedral Eucharist (11.00)
Sung by the Cathedral Choir, the preacher will be the
Right Revd Nick Baines, Area Bishop of Croydon.
Victoria, 'Missa O magnum mysterium' and
Palestrina, 'O magnum mysterium'.

Monday 17 January 2005 - Lunchtime Concert (13.15)
Sung by the choir of Loreto Mandeville Hall, a girls school
in Toorak, Melbourne, Australia. The choir will sing works
by Leo Delibes and John Willcocks, while the clarinet
ensemble will perform excerpts from a Serenade by Mozart.
A brass ensemble will perform Mendelssohn, while other
works performed will include Sibelius and Saint-Saëns.
See the cathedral website for further details:

Friday 21 January 2005 - Ecumenical Irish Service (20.00)
An ecumenical service in Irish will be held at the cathedral on
Friday 21 January 2005 at 8.00p.m. during the Octave for Christian
Unity. This interdenominational service will consist of prayer and music
through Irish under the title of 'Christ, the One Foundation of the Church'.
The preacher will be the Revd Clodagh Yambasu and refreshments will
be served afterwards in the crypt when the treasury can be viewed.

Saturday 22 January 2005 - Plainsong Evensong (17.00)
Plainsong responses and Psalm 37:1–11

Saturday 29 January 2005 - Sung Compline (17.00)
Sung compline by the cathedral choir.

Sunday 30 January 2005 - Candlemas Procession (17.00)
This year's candlemas procession will be held on the last
Sunday in January.

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