Next Episode of Christmas at the Cathedral -- Holy Family is
not planed. TV Show was canceled.
For more than a decade, an interfaith audience has been welcomed to “Christmas at the Cathedral,” an event filled with music and song that focuses on the universal story of the Prince of Peace. A prayerful message and Christmas blessing will be led by the Bishop of the Diocese of Sioux Falls, the Most Reverend Paul J. Swain. The concert’s setting is St. Joseph Cathedral, the seat of the diocese, which covers 35,000 square miles east of the Missouri River.
Romanesque and Renaissance in style, St. Joseph Cathedral was built from 1917-1919 and designed by renowned architect Emanuel Masqueray. It is considered one of the most prominent structures in South Dakota. Referred to as a “Beacon of Hope,” the cathedral is an imposing limestone building with two great towers. From its location high atop a natural ridge overlooking the city of Sioux Falls, the cathedral can be seen for miles.
This concert, HOLY FAMILY, is a unique way to experience the Advent and Christmas story through the experiences of the Holy Family of Nazareth – Jesus, Mary and Joseph. This year’s production features world-renowned tenor Scott Piper, and for the first time, soprano Marni Raab, who is currently performing the lead role of Christine in “Phantom of the Opera” on Broadway. Actor Phil Kappen will lead the audience through the Holy Family’s inspirational story. Special guests include the Heartland Handbells along with the Christmas at the Cathedral Orchestra and Choir, conducted by Music Director, Dan Goeller. (Source: CBS)
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