They are angelic and mischievous. They are earthly and heavenly. And they are all watching you as you move around the grounds of the National Cathedral.
After all the rain this week, thousands are taking the opportunity to
visit the Washington National Cathedral grounds for its free annual flower mart —
event that could also knock out their morning workout
The National Cathedral will soon become a construction zone as work begins to repair the damage done by a 2011 earthquake.
Down the grand aisle of one of D.C.\’s most picturesque buildings, students, clergy and staff raced down the isle, frying pans in hand, in front of a cheering crowd in the 15th Annual Pancake Race.
It\’s been more than two years since a 5.8 magnitude earthquake
struck in Virginia and caused damage around D.C.
Two years after a major earthquake shook Virginia and Washington, D.C., researchers are still investigating the chance of another major quake in our region.
The woman accused of defacing the Washington National Cathedral with green paint has been ordered to a halfway house until her next court appearance.
A woman charged with defacing the Washington National Cathedral was carrying what appeared to be a soda can containing green paint when she was arrested, and she has been linked to at least four other incidents of vandalism, including at the Lincoln Memorial, according to prosecutors and court documents.
Hundreds of friends and family gathered Friday at the National Cathedral to remember Andrew Pochter, a teacher who was killed during the protests in Egypt.
In his sermon Sunday, the Very Rev. Gary Hall praised the court\’s ruling that struck down the Defense of Marriage Act, but denounced the ruling that strikes down a core part of the Voting Rights Act of 1965.
Washington National Cathedral was the big winner of a three-week online contest to distribute grants for historic preservation.
Washington National Cathedral, in Northwest D.C., is in the running for a substantial amount of money as it continues healing from an earthquake that rocked the region.
The Choeur des Armaillis de la Gruyere has been singing together since 1955. This weekend, the all-male Swiss choir will bring its a cappella sound — and traditional Swiss clothing — to D.C. for two performances.
The separation of church and state is unique to
American democracy, but when it comes to
celebrating the start of a president\’s term,
God has played a role in nearly every
inauguration since George Washington. And
President Obama\’s second swearing-in will be no
Twenty angel statues are now on display at the
National Cathedral in honor of the 20 children
killed in the Newtown, Conn. shootings.
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