Once again, our Cathedral Choir will be getting us into the Christmas Spirit with a rousing performance of traditional and contemporary Christmas music, including some audience participation! Tickets are priced at a very reasonable £12, including a glass of mulled wine and a mince pie at […]
Wednesday 11 December 2019
7.30-9.30pm (doors open 6.45pm)
Do come to the Cathedral on Friday and Saturday and experience our amazing building from a different perspective! There are a series of Tower tours throughout the days, where you will be able to climb our amazing tower for the best views of the city. There are also hidden places tours available, which will offer […]
We welcome Fr Simon Davies to the Cathedral where he will be Assistant Priest. Fr Simon was Ordained in July 2019 in the Cathedral. During his time on placement at St Laurence’s Church in Cambridge as part of his training for the priesthood, he was interviewed by Sarah Sykes for rcdea.org.uk – we have copied this text […]
The Fatima Pilgrim Virgin statue and saints relics visited St John’s Cathedral over the weekend (September 23 and 24) with hundreds of people turning up for a programme of Masses, services, prayers films and talks.
The visit to the Diocese of East Anglia was part of a nationwide tour of cathedrals to mark the centenary year of Our […]
Over 3,500 years of marriage were represented at the annual Marriage and Family Celebration Mass which took place on Saturday, June 17 at the Cathedral of St John the Baptist.
Couples from across the Diocese of East Anglia took part with around 300 people in attendance. Certificates were presented to couples celebrating significant anniversaries and two […]
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Wednesday 1st of March is the beginning of Lent.
This is a season of great grace, Pope Francis said in his Ash Wednesday Homily last year: ‘Lent is a privileged time for prayer’, and he quoted St. Augustine, who described fasting and almsgiving as “the two wings of prayer,” because they are signs of humility and […]
Come spend some time with Jesus on this first Friday of Lent. There will be Adoration throughout the day starting after the 10.00am mass on Friday 3rd March and ending the following morning at 8.00am on Saturday 4th March. There will also be a Fish and Chips Supper served at 7.30pm (£3 per person)- […]
We are looking forward to holding the St Nicholas Christmas Fair on Saturday 3rd December this year, and would like to invite you along to a meeting if you are interested in participating on the day. The meeting will be in the Narthex café on Tuesday 1st November at 6pm and is expected to finish […]
An amazing 3,400 years of marriage were represented by 80 couples who received certificates from Bishop Alan Hopes at the annual Marriage and Family Celebration Mass at the Cathedral of St John the Baptist in Norwich on Saturday (June 18).
Official photographs of all couples involved in the Marriage and Family Life Mass are […]
The pilot event was attended by around 30 people, who had travelled as far across the diocese as Walsingham and Cambridge, and included Bishop Alan Hopes.
Attendees were invited to sample two cask ales from St Peter’s Brewery near Bungay. The talk was delivered by Fr Julian Green, a parish priest in North Staffordshire who has […]
The Cathedral of St John the Baptist has published a special 18-month calendar to mark the 40th anniversary of the Diocese of East Anglia.
The calendar gives a unique visual insight into the life of the cathedral and features a number of priests and other staff in different cathedral settings.
Featured people include Bishop Alan Hopes, Provost David […]
ALL ARE WELCOME to come and hear Bishop Alan give a talk at the next meeting of the Walsingham Association in the Narthex Café at 7.00pm. on Thursday, 16th. June. The Holy Rosary will be prayed at 6.30p.m in the Walsingham Chapel. (You do not need to be a member to come to the meeting.)
The Diocese of East Anglia is set to celebrate the 40th anniversary of its formation over the next two weeks with a Solemn Diocesan Mass, a book launch and a history conference.
The most high profile event is a Solemn Diocesan Mass with chief celebrant Bishop Alan Hopes and preacher Cardinal Vincent Nichols at the Cathedral […]