April 16, 2020 - 4:03 PM
Holy Week Pilgrimage: Episode Four
0 CommentsToday on the Holy Week Pilgrimage, we learn more about the rituals of the church--from baptism to funerals--and how, why, and where they are performed. PREVIOUS EPISODESWatch Episode One >Watch Episode Two >Watch Episode Three >
April 16, 2020 - 4:05 PM
Holy Week Pilgrimage: Episode Five
0 CommentsWe've made it to the end of our Holy Week Pilgrimage! In today's fifth and final episode, we learn about some of the more nuanced parts of The Episcopal Tradition, from why the clergy wear specific colors to why someone is called a "Canon." Thank you for joining us on this journey! PREVIOUS EPISODESWatch Episode One >Watch Episode Two >
April 16, 2020 - 4:00 PM
Holy Week Pilgrimage: Episode Two
0 CommentsIn today's Holy Week Pilgrimage episode, we enter the Cathedral from the west and start at the beginning—with Jesus' life, learning about the liturgical year and different ways this is represented through the building. PREVIOUS EPISODESWatch Episode One > NEXT EPISODES
April 16, 2020 - 3:57 PM
Holy Week Pilgrimage: Episode One
1 CommentThe Cathedral has been called the word in stone and in this Holy Week series, we are brought on a pilgrimage in hopes of discerning meaning of the story of the life and Passion of Christ in the stone and glass and bronze of the Cathedral, as well as in our liturgical practices. In episode one, we see how the story of Palm Sunday is told in the Western Facade of the Cathedral. NEXT EPISODES
April 16, 2020 - 3:54 PM
Museum From Home: Vertical Tour
3 CommentsIt's one of the most talked about experiences at the Cathedral: the Vertical Tour! On this #MuseumFromHome virtual tour, we take you up the spiral staircase inside the Cathedral walls to view stained glass up close, the Cathedral from above, and, finally, a view of our great city from the roof!
April 16, 2020 - 3:52 PM
Museum From Home: Cathedral Stained Glass
0 CommentsStained glass is a playground for the sun, and if you've ever visited the Cathedral on a winter afternoon, you know that the combination of sun and glass means apparent rainbows about. The Cathedral's Ruth Whaley explains how light plays an important role in the experience and structure of our building.
April 16, 2020 - 3:50 PM
Museum From Home: The Cathedral Close & Peace Fountain
1 CommentSince it might not be appropriate for all of us to celebrate today's #NationalTakeAWalkInTheParkDay, we've created a virtual walk through the Cathedral's Close with a spotlight on Artist in Residence Greg Wyatt's Peace Fountain. Share your favorite parts of the Close in the comments below!
April 16, 2020 - 3:49 PM
Museum From Home: The Great Rose Window
2 CommentsThe Cathedral's Great Rose Window is one of our most iconic elements, even inspiring our logo, but from the ground it's easy to miss all of the details that make this window truly unique. Mia Michelson-Bartlett, manager of visitor services, walks us through some of the more interesting parts of the fourth largest rose window in the world.