Cathedral And History
St Paul's is London's cathedral and embodies the spiritual life and heritage of the British people. Cathedrals serve a wide community. A cathedral houses the seat - or in Latin, cathedra - of the bishop, making it a centre for Christian worship and teaching, and the Christian mission. St Paul's Cathedral acts as an important meeting place for people and ideas, as a centre for the arts, learning and public debate.
|STEPS LEADING TO ENTRANCE OF CATHEDRAL|
|SADLY, OCCUPY LONDON PROTESTERS HAVE SET UP|
CAMP IN FRONT AND ALONG SIDE THE CATHEDRAL
|OCCUPY LONDON PROTESTERS|
|TENT CITY AND SOUP KITCHEN LINE THE SIDE OF THE CATHEDRAL|