Christ Church Events: 1 - 28 November 2007

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C H R I S T  C H U R C H  C A T H E D R A L  D U B L I N
T h u r s d a y  1  -  W e d n e s d a y  2 8  N o v e m b e r  2 0 0 7

D i a r y  O v e r v i e w

Thursday 1 November 2007
  18.00 - All Saints' Day Eucharist
Sunday 4 November 2007
  15.30 - Citizenship Service (Preacher: Archbishop Diarmuid Martin)
Tuesday 6 November 2007
  13.15 - Lecture: Prior David Winchester (Barra Boydell)
Saturday 10 November 2007
  10.30 - Meeting: Church of Ireland Historical Society
Remembrance Sunday 11 November 2007
  11.00 - Requiem Eucharist
Tuesday 13 November 2007
  13.15 - Lecture: Dean Jonas Wheeler (John McCafferty)
Saturday 17 November 2007
  20.00 - Concert: Hibernian Orchestra
Tuesday 20 November 2007
  13.15 - Lecture: Bishop Richard Robinson (A.P.W. Malcomson)
Saturday 24 November 2007
  20.00 - Concert: Mornington Singers
Tuesday 26 November 2007
  13.15 - Lecture: Archbishop Richard Chenevix Trench (Kenneth Milne)
Wednesday 28 November 2007
  20.00 - Trinity College Orchestra


Thursday 1 November - Eucharist (18.00)
An All Saints' Day Eucharist will be celebrated at the cathedral
at 6.00pm. Sung by the cathedral choir, the eucharist setting is
Victoria 'Missa Gaudeamus' and communion motet, Byrd
'Beati mundo corde'. All most welcome.

Sunday 4 November - Citizenship Service (15.30)
The annual Citizenship Service, which took place in the
Pro-Cathedral for the first time last year, returns to Christ Church
this year. The preacher will be Archbishop Diarmuid Martin.

Tuesday 6 November - Crypt Lecture (13.15)
founder of the choir school? Dr Barra Boydell,
Department of Music, NUI Maynooth
For further details of the lunchtime lecture series see:
An A4 poster for printing off can be found online at:

Saturday 10 November - Historical Society Meeting (10.30)
The Church of Ireland Historical Society will hold their bi-annual
meeting at Christ Church. There will be research papers on
J.H. Todd by the Revd Patricia Hanna, and on J.H. Bernard
by the Very Revd Dr Robert MacCarthy, while two full length
papers will be given by Ian d'Alton on the Church of Ireland
and the dogma of the Assumption in 1950, and by David Hayton
on Eighteenth-century Irish parliamentary legislation affecting
the church. All welcome. See online for details of membership:

Remembrance Sunday 11 November - Requiem Eucharist (11.00)
Sung by the cathedral choir. Preacher: The Revd Alan Martin.
Introit: Guest 'For the fallen', Requiem Eucharist: Victoria 'Officium
Defunctorum (Requiem 1605)', Communion Motet: Victoria 'Versa
est in luctum'.

Tuesday 13 November - Crypt Lecture (13.15)
constitutional and cathedral rebuilding
Dr John McCafferty, School of History
& Archives, University College Dublin

Saturday 17 November - Hibernian Orchestra Concert (20.00)
The Hibernian Orchestra will give a concert on Saturday 17 November
at 8.00pm, with conductor and soloist, John Finucane.
The programme will include Gustav Mahler, 'Blumine' (Andante
Allegretto) from Symphony No. 1 in D, Carl Maria Von Weber
'Clarinet Concerto No. 1 in F Minor' and Beethoven 'Symphony
No. 3 in E Flat 'Eroica'. Tickets: € 15 (concessions € 12).
Available at the door or online. For details see:

Tuesday 20 November - Crypt Lecture (13.15)
Kildare & Christ Church 'in commendam'
Dr Anthony Malcomson (20 November)
Former Director of the Public Record
Office of Northern Ireland

Saturday 24 November - Mornington Singers Concert (20.00)
The Mornington Singers will give a concert in the cathedral on
Saturday 24 November at 8.00pm entitled: 'Consider my calling:
Response to War'. The programme will include Parry 'Songs of
Farewell (1, 3, 4 and 6)', Britten 'Hymn to St Cecilia', Poulenc
'Un Soir de Neige', and Tippett 'Five Spirituals from 'A Child of
our Time''. The conductor is Orla Flanagan. 25% of the proceeds
of this concert will be used to support Trócaire's work in areas
affected by war. Full details online at:

Tuesday 27 November - Crypt Lecture (13.15)
steering a church through disestablishment
Dr Kenneth Milne, Church of Ireland Historiographer
& Keeper of the Archives, Christ Church, Dublin

Wednesday 28 November - Trinity College Orchestra (20.00)
Trinity College Orchestra will give a performance at Christ Church
on Wednesday 28 november at 8.00pm. Conducted by Michael Day,
the programme will include Rossini 'Thieving Magpie overture',
Mendelssohn 'Violin Concerto in E minor' with soloist Jane Murphy
and Dvorák 'Symphony No. 8'. All welcome. Tickets at the door.
For full details of Trinity Orchestral Society, see online at:

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Details of these can usually be found online at:

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