Wizard: Bishop obsessed with unwanted cathedral

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 …

Connections to the past run deep

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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.

Amazing Cathedral

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A campaign to save the Christchurch Cathedral begins today, featuring aerial images taken from a helicopter at 500 feet just two months ago, show that the building is not ruined. The Great Christchurch Building Trust is behind the campaign and says the new perspective shows that the historic buildi …

Jim Anderton: Does this look like a ruin to you?

Former Christchurch MP Jim Anderton responds to Herald on Sunday columnist Paul Little on the future of ChristChurch Cathedral.       Herald on Sunday columnist Paul Little writes in his column on Sunday June 30, quite properly, about the catastrophic effect on the people of Christchurch of th …

Link to web page in New York Times

An article in the New York Times by Justin Bergman on the Christchurch earthquake recovery includes a mention of the campaign to save the cathedral along with a link to our web site.  See the article here.

Unholy war over cathedral

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Graeme Brady is sick of it. Sick of making the arguments, sick of hearing the counter-arguments. Sick of watching a beloved building slowly deteriorate while Cantabrians squabble. But he has more invested in it than most. Brady is a retired Anglican priest and one of the trustees of the Great Chris …

GCBT responds to the Bishop

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There is nothing new in any of these statements, except that the Bishop and her advisers continue to advocate for the destruction of arguably Canterbury’s most iconic historic building. None of the issues raised by the Church, including costs, safety, and engineering are new. They have all be …