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Therese Parish in Paterson March 3 where he served as main celebrant and homilist for the 8 p.m.

Sinister Sites - St. John the Divine Cathedral

ACT at the Cathedral of St John the Divine

John Climacus (Ladder); The Holy Father Sophronius, Patriarch of Jerusalem (638).
The word “Solstice” comes from the latin sol (sun) and stitium (to stand still). The winter solstice is when the sun, on its apparent path across the sky, reaches its southernmost point from the celestial equator and seems to stand still before reversing its course. Summer solstice occurs when the sun reaches its northernmost point on the celestial sphere and, once again, seems to pause before turning back. On our about , the summer solstice is the longest day and shortest night of the year. The winter solstice, on or about , is the longest night of the year, and the shortest day. So the long night of winter solstice is the true new year’s eve.

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Paul Winter’s Solstice Celebrations are performed in the Cathedral of St. John the Divine, located at 1047 Amsterdam Ave. New York, NY 10025.
But the music is only one layer. Over the years the Winter Solstice Celebrations have evolved into a theatrical extravaganza that inhabits the entirety of the Cathedral’s cavernous space. A giant gong, the world’s largest, rises with its player to the 100-foot vault of the Cathedral at the symbolic point of the Sun’s return; a 28-foot spiral aluminum “Solstice Tree,” adorned with a multitude of bells, gongs, and chimes, symbolizing the diversity of the species, becomes a part of the music; and a giant Earth-globe travels through the Nave and ascends over the center-stage.

 

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A look at the occult and pagan symbols you can find at St. John the Divine Cathedral in New York
With the arrival in early January, 1942 of Rev. Fr. Dusan Shukletovic, the Serbian community actively began the organization of their social and religious life in New York City. Episcopal Bishop William Manning of the Cathedral of St. John the Divine on 116th Street, offered the Serbian people space in the Cathedral, rather than their having to repair the fire-damaged building, where services were held until the purchase of Trinity Chapel.

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If this is your first experience of our Cathedral, we invite you to explore and to learn more about the life of our community and Church.“Come and see!” (John 1:39),
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Known since the ’80s as the “Green Cathedral” and as an incubator for art, St. John the Divine became the center of a vital community of thinkers and seekers working on issues of ecology, environment, and world peace. It represented a global forum, where you could listen to the Dalai Lama, Buckminster Fuller, Nelson Mandela, Vaclav Havel, Gary Snyder, Thomas Berry, the Mayor of Jerusalem, Cesar Chavez, Archbishop Desmond Tutu, and Secretaries General of the United Nations.

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Manhattan’s Cathedral of St. John the Divine is more than a site of liturgy. It’s a home for the human spirit, meant to uplift, inspire awe, unite, and give refuge. It’s the perfect location for the Paul Winter Consort’s ongoing exploration of the turning of the years and the tuning of the soul.

The world’s largest cathedral, St. John the Divine is also one of its most extraordinary performance venues. The length of two football fields and tall enough to fit the Statue of Liberty under its dome, it was designed with sacred geometry to be a transformative space.

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The winter solstice is the great turning point of the year. From time immemorial, people of the northern latitudes regarded this coldest and darkest time of the year with mingled foreboding and expectancy, for the longest night of the year was also the uncertain threshold of return towards the year’s fullness, when green things would grow again and life would be sustained. People felt a responsibility to participate in regenerative rituals to ensure the sun would wax again. Bonfires and candles, with their imitative magic, helped fortify the waning sun and ward off the spirits of darkness. These symbols live in our modern seasonal customs: the candles of Hanukkah and Christmas are kin to the fiery rites of old, which celebrated the miracle of earth’s renewal.

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Built in 1850, and designed by Architect Jerry Upjohn, the Serbian Orthodox Cathedral of St. Sava was originally part of the Trinity Chapel Complex