A New Church for the Modern Age: Lincoln’s Cathedral of the Risen Christ

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A New Church for the Modern Age: Lincoln’s Cathedral of the Risen Christ, an illustrated lecture by Ruben Acosta. Nebraska State Historical Society Brown Bag Lecture Series, May 18, 2016.


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Sermon delivered by the Pastor/Spiritual Head, CCC Worldwide, REV EMMANUEL MOBIYINA OSHOFFA at the 2018 Harvest of Glorious Trumpets of CCC HEPHZIBAH CATHEDRAL, Indianapolis, Indiana, USA on Sunday, September 2nd, 2018

Anchorage AK – St. Innocent, Orthodox Cathedral

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Again sorry I’ve been so slow/late with uploading my videos (also that they’re not in chronological order). With work and arthritis, I rarely get the opportunities to work on my videos anymore.

Los Angeles,USA – Evangelical Church – Congregational Singing

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First Baptist Church
760 S. Westmoreland Avenue
Los Angeles, California – USA

Holy Family Cathedral, Eucharist Procession through downtown Anchorage, Alaska

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Holy Family Cathedral in Anchorage, Alaska held a eucharistic procession on Sunday, June 6, the Feast of Corpus Christi (The Most Holy Body and Blood of Christ). The procession culminated in the very site where Pope John Paul II celebrated Mass in 1981 during his historic visit to Anchorage, Alaska. This video explores the significance of bringing the Eucharistic Christ to the streets of Anchorage.

Presiding Bishop Michael Curry on Pentecost Sunday 2016 at Christ Church Cathedral

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Presiding Bishop Michael Curry visited Christ Church Cathedral in Lexington, Kentucky on May 15, 2016, Pentecost Sunday. This is the 8:45am service.

Sandwiching in History: Trinity Episcopal Cathedral, Little Rock, Arkansas

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Trinity Episcopal Cathedral is one of the oldest cathedral churches in the United States; it is older than the National Cathedral in Washington, D.C., or the Cathedral of St. John the Divine in New York City. The word, “cathedral,” comes from the word, “cathedra’” meaning the chair or seat of authority of the Episcopal bishop of Arkansas. It was completed in three stages: the Bell Tower, Baptistery, and Nave in 1884; the North and South Transepts between 1888 and 1889; and the Chancel with the Great Choir and Sanctuary between 1890 and 1892.