The Government’s final offer to the Church Property Trustees to help with reinstatement of the Christ Church Cathedral should remove financial concerns as a reason to not restore the symbolic heart of our city. Read more
Philip Burdon believes there is one ‘principal obstacle’ to realising his vision of a restored Christchurch Cathedral – Bishop Victoria Matthews and what he perceives as her ‘determination to demolish’ the building. Read on
Please spare a thought and pray for Christchurch’s, Canterbury’s great cathedral. Sadly, for Christchurch, Canterbury and New Zealand, Canadian Bishop Victoria Matthews of Christchurch seems incapable of or simply unwilling to view the cathedral issue in its wholesome religious/cultural …
OPINION: Bluntness is not much valued in New Zealand. But if any dilemma needs some of this under-appreciated quality it is the Christ Church Cathedral saga. Read on
The long running negotiations over the restoration of the Christ Church Cathedral remain unresolved as the “good faith negotiations” of the church leadership are increasingly called into question. Read More And the responses from the Church http://www.stuff.co.nz/the-press/business …
What Christchurch Cathedral Means to Me by Sister John Mary Adshead I am a novice at the Benedictine Abbey off Regina Laudis In Connecticut …read more
Mike Yardley has praised the intervention as what should have happened three years ago. Read more.
The Anglican Church authorities have rejected our offer to help them cover the ugly wound in the Christ Church Cathedral. For years this this has been a daily reminder that they are determined to destroy the famous symbol of the Christian values that inspired our founding fathers to build an Angli …
Co-chairman of the Great Christchurch Buildings Trust, PHILIP BURDON argues the case for the restoration of the Christ Church Cathedral. See more here
Why do so many people in Christchurch, throughout New Zealand and around the world, feel so passionately that the Anglican Cathedral Church of Christ must be restored? Dr Ian Lochhead examines this question here.