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procathedral

A church used as the cathedral church of a diocese while the proper church remains unfinished or under repair.
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(7) Although he did not know it at that time, the book was the Book of Common Prayer that he himself would be using in his Sunday service at the procathedral in Honolulu.
(28) This was just one block away (toward the Ewa District) from Emma Street, where Sun and his fellow Iolani students attended Sunday service at the procathedral of the Anglican Church.
Noting the small harmonium in Martyn's rooms, Moore surmises: "one can only think it serves to give the keynote to a choir-boy." "Every Saturday night," Frazier summarizes, "before the Sunday performance of his specially endowed Palestrina choir at Dublin's ProCathedral, Edward takes a boy home to listen to his singing."