Shroud of Turin Lecture

Shroud of Turin Lecture

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The Shroud of Turin is arguably the most important artifact of Christianity, or indeed all religions. Without the resurrection, Christianity would not be what it is or has been for two thousand years. Of all the miracles performed by Jesus, the most important one, His resurrection, was not witnessed first-hand by anyone. With the Shroud being the primary burial cloth, it holds amazing details of His crucifixion as well as his resurrection.
Please join us for a deep dive into the compelling history and scientific inquiry of the Holy Shroud of Turin on Sunday evening, February 11, 2018. We are honored to hear from a noted Shroud scholar, Dr. Cheryl H. White, as she explains the history and most recent findings of the Shroud. We will have two separate lectures, first on the history and then on the scientific inquiries, separated by a break which will include time for discussion along with light food and refreshments.
See you there for an inspiring update!


ACNA Guild of Vergers Conference

October 27-29, 2017
Tallahassee, Florida

ACNA Guild of Vergers is in its formative stage and is hosting its inaugural meeting and conference in Tallahassee, Florida, the weekend of October 27-29, 2017.  The conference is for existing vergers, clergy who want to know more about the ministry of vergers, and for those seeking to start a verger ministry in their parish.

Details and Registration is now open at

Christmas Eve Children’s Service at St. Vincent’s Cathedral


This Christmas Eve service will be streamed online if you are not able to attend. This service is geared toward children and will include a homily for the youth. The service will also feature the angelic voices of our Cathedral Youth Choir, St. Cecelia, under the direction of the Cathedral’s Organist and Choral Director, Alissa Davis. The Rev. Alan Horton will deliver the sermon and the Dean of the Cathedral, The Very Rev. Ryan S. Reed will be the celebrant.

Click the link below to watch the St. Vincent’s Cathedral’s Children’s Service Live at 5:00 PM on Christmas Eve Day.

Christmas Eve Midnight Mass at St. Vincent’s Cathedral


Our Christmas Eve service will be streamed online if you are not able to attend a church service. This service is the Cathedral’s principle celebration and will be celebrated by the Bishop of Ft. Worth, The Right Rev. Jack Leo Iker. The Cathedral Choir will sing and the Catheral Bell Choir will play. Please watch with Carols and Anthems at 10:30 p.m., and the service beginning at 11:00 p.m.

Click the link below to watch the 2014 Midnight Mass at St. Vincent’s Cathedral at 10:30 PM on Christmas Eve.