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Doorkins Magnificat Retires

This week it was announced that Doorkins, the cat who lives in Southwark Cathedral, has retired to more comfortable surroundings now that old age has finally caught up with her. The Dean, the Very Revd Andrew Nunn, has issued this statement to the…

Doorkins Magnificat RIP

We are sad to announce that Doorkins Magnificat, the Southwark Cathedral cat, died peacefully on Wednesday 30 September

Thanksgiving Service - Doorkins Magnificat

At this service we will celebrate the life of Doorkins Magnificat

Doorkins Magnificat - Obituary

Written by The Very Reverend Andrew Nunn, Dean of Southwark

Honouring Doorkins

We were a little more than surprised to be contacted by the London Borough of Southwark

Cathedral Shop and Online Store

The Cathedral Shop is located on the north (river) side of the Cathedral and is accessible via Lancelot’s Link through the Millennium Courtyard

Online Shop

Support the work of the Cathedral by making a purchase at our online shop

Photo Credits

The Dean and Chapter of Southwark Cathedral are very grateful to the following photographers, for either photographing the Cathedral for us, or allowing us to use their images

Hodge presents... Stories of Cats

Join us as we celebrate all things cat on what will be an a-meow-zing day!

Southwark Corbels

‘The earth is the Lord’s and all that fills it, the compass of the world and all who dwell therein.’ (Psalm 24.1)

The Story of Hodge

by Catcuddles Sanctuary

Welcome to Hodge by the Dean of Southwark

The Very Reverend Andrew Nunn, Dean of Southwark writes the following as we welcome Hodge our new Cathedral cat

New Cathedral Cat

The Very Reverend Andrew Nunn, Dean of Southwark writes the following as we welcome Hodge our new Cathedral cat

Requiem Eucharist for the HRH The Prince Philip Duke of Edinburgh

View the Requiem Eucharist held at the Cathedral on Monday 12 April for the HRH The Prince Philip Duke of Edinburgh including sermon by the Dean

Clerical Cats in History -An Online Talk by Dr Kathleen Walker-Meikle

An online talk about clerical cats in history presented by Dr Kathleen Walker-Meikle

Requiem Mass for the HRH The Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh

At the very end of this Eucharist the choir will sing the final part of the Requiem. In paradisum, as it’s called, ends with really poignant words