After 174-year wait, cathedral prepares for consecration in Auckland, New Zealand

Posted Oct 26, 2017

[Anglican Communion News Service] In 1843, the first Bishop of New Zealand, George Augustus Selwyn, purchased land for a cathedral in Auckland, On Oct. 28 – 174 years later – the finally-completed Holy Trinity cathedral will be consecrated. The cathedral’s foundation stone wasn’t laid until 1957 – some 114 after the land was purchased. Work on the cathedral finally came to an end this year, following the completion of a “Selwyn’s Vision” project to complete the work he started.

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  1. John B Hills says:

    If available, please provide photos of the new cathedral’s architectural, functional, liturgical and cultural/artistic features.

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