Canterbury Cathedral


Canterbury Cathedral has a long history of welcome that is continued till date, along with certain adaptation incorporated to meet the needs of the visitors in the contemporary world. The first Archbishop of Canterbury cathedral was St. Augustine who came to Kent as a missionary sent by Pope Gregory the Great of Rome in the year 597 A.D. The cathedral attracts numerous tourists and pilgrims to its premises ever since the murder of Archbishop Thomas Becket.

Each day the prayer is said in the morning and sung in the evening. Besides this, Eucharist is offered everyday, and is sung on Sundays at 11a.m.


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