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Cathedral: sustainability research participant

St Paul's Cathedral has been selected to participate in a pioneering sustainability survey by Deakin University. An online survey hopes to identify means to reduce carbon emissions in the building industry by fostering improved architectural design. Lecturer in Architectural Sustainability at Deakin, Dr…

New Canon for St Paul’s: Rhys Bezzant

Members of the Fifty-Second Synod of the Diocese of Melbourne have elected the Revd Dr Rhys Bezzant a member of the Cathedral Chapter in succession of former Senior Canon, the Revd Dr Peter Adam OAM. Dr Bezzant is the Dean of Missional Leadership…

President of German Parliament visits

Professor Nobert Lammert, President of the Parliament of the Federal Republic of Germany visited St Paul's Cathedral on Friday, 14 October, as part of his official visit to Australia. Accompanied by a parliamentary and diplomatic delegation, including newly-appointed German Ambassador to…

World Council of Churches General Secretary to visit St Paul’s

On Thursday, 13 October,  General Secretary of the World Council of Churches the Revd Dr Olav Fykse Tveit will be visiting St Paul's Cathedral. Dr Tveit is travelling to Australia at the invitation of the Rt Revd Philip Huggins, president of the National…

Cathedral highlights opportunities and challenges at MetroRail Inquiry

At the Melbourne MetroRail Inquiry on Tuesday 13 September, Dean of Melbourne, Dr Andreas Loewe, confirmed the Cathedral’s support for the MetroRail project as an opportunity for positive change in the City: ‘The Cathedral is very supportive of the creation…

Calls for New Metro Station to be named ‘St Paul’s Cathedral’

At its last meeting, the governing body of St Paul’s Cathedral, the Cathedral Chapter, made a formal submission for the new CBD South MetroRail Station to be called St Paul's Cathedral. Dean of Melbourne, Dr Andreas Loewe, personally delivered the submission…