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New Cathedral guide explores history and design

A new guide to Brentwood RC Cathedral reflects its recently granted Grade II* listed status with contributions from the architect Quinlan Terry, the Bishop of Brentwood and the Dean of the Cathedral.

 

A new guide to Brentwood RC Cathedral reflects its recently granted Grade II* listed status with contributions from the architect Quinlan Terry, the Bishop of Brentwood and the Dean of the Cathedral.

It explores the history of the Cathedral site and the evolution of the modern building, a bold marriage of Classical and Gothic Revival architecture. There is a step-by-step tour of the Cathedral for visitor to follow which explains the ecclesiastical and architectural vision and the rich religious symbolism of the Cathedral.

New Cathedral guide explores history and design

The guide has a series of QR codes which link the reader to background detail on many aspects of the building, its role as the Mother Church of the Diocese of Brentwood and the life of the large, diverse parish that it nurtures.

The high quality printed guide is available in the narthex (entrance) to the Cathedral for a suggested donation of £4 or can be downloaded below.

Designed by Blue Serif with words by David Worsfold and photography by Liane Ryan.

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