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cathedra

cathedra
The bishop’s throne, set at the end of the apse in Early Christian churches.

cathedra

throne indicative of religious power. [Folklore: Jobes, 307]
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The relay will involve holding residencies at a series of locations where Ex Cathedra will work with a set of local schools and, where possible, with the local paediatric hospital.
The following day the smaller Ex Cathedra Consort will be joined by Fretwork viol consort at Birmingham Town Hall (4pm) for a concert which will explore the grandeur, emotion and beauty of Christmas festivities at the court of Elizabeth I.
Ex cathedra is the theological term for a teaching that has been declared infallibly by the Roman Pontiff.
And so into the Bach, rustling, urgent and pulsating, Skidmore, the remarkable baroque orchestra, Ex Cathedra and other vocal groups constantly alert to the shifting textures and timbres of this gripping work.
We would never have imagined it would reach the scale it is now," says Jill Robinson, who has been a singer and board member with Ex Cathedra for the past 30 years.
WEDNESDAY Ex Cathedra, conductor Jeffrey Skidmore - Christmas concert by candlelight: Holy Trinity Church, Beauchamp Avenue, Leamington, 7.
Papal teachings considered infallible are decreed ex cathedra, or "from the chair.
Ex Cathedra has enjoyed great successes this year including being short-listed for a Royal Philharmonic Society award.
Conducted by Jeffrey Skidmore, the Ex Cathedra choir and baroque orchestra will be joined by soloists Jeremy Budd and Eamonn Dougan.
He pointed out that the church's position against capital punishment "does not represent ex cathedra teaching" (i.
Shakespeare Odes Ex Cathedra at Birmingham Town Hall HHHH?
The Santa Lucia service saw a performance of the Ex Cathedra Academy of Vocal Music choir, led by former Birmingham University student Laura Munslow in the role of Santa Lucia.