The last photo I posted of the new Celtic Cross for the South end of the building was missing a vital component- the side by side comparison with the original wooden. Here you can see the wear and tear on the wooden cross, which dates back to the construction of the Cathedral in 1895. The new […]
Another great article about Raise the Roof on ShawTV.
Approximately 26,000 work hours have been spent on the project to date and it is almost 60% complete Over 300 people have been oriented to work on the site to date. The Apollo beam that forms our single girder crane was made in Sheffield, UK and is the first use of its kind in North […]
Check out these great articles about the Cathedral welcoming everyone to celebrate Christmas. CBC News article CTV News article Vancouver Sun article
Check out these photos of the bell spire panels under construction at Solid Rock Steel Fabricating. The spire frame is anticipated to be erected in one single piece in the summer of 2016. Keep checking the website for updates.
The new Celtic Cross for the south end of the building is almost finished. The cross replaces the wooden cross that was found to be decaying and crumbling from exposure.
Joan Seidl did a fantastic job collating personal stories of pilgrimage in the latest issue of Contact magazine. To read them click Contact Magazine November 2015.
Sunday Nov. 29th marked the first Sunday that the Cathedral has been open for Sunday worship services since May. The 8am and 10:30am services were well attended, despite the external signs of still being under construction. Each service was followed by cheerful gatherings in the Parish Hall, complete with cookies and coffee and a tour […]
The 4 bells, cast in Annecy France in Spring 2015 have arrived in Vancouver. They are being safely stored, thanks to the generosity of Scott Construction, as we research public venues for displaying them in 2016.