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Meredith MacKenzie de Silva and Tony Franquiz, West End Strategy Team
(202) 776-7700
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Kevin Eckstrom, Chief Communications Officer
(202) 390-0240
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Press Release Archive

 

Cathedral to Host Funeral for Secretary Colin Powell

Posted on October 21, 2021

"Beyond his military and diplomatic success, Secretary Powell became a universally respected north star on the nation’s moral compass," said Cathedral Dean Randy Hollerith.

Cathedral Mourns Death of Secretary Colin Powell

Posted on October 18, 2021

Beyond his military and diplomatic success, Secretary Powell became a universally respected north star on the nation’s moral compass.

Cathedral to Dedicate New Carving of Elie Wiesel

Posted on October 04, 2021

Ceremony will feature Secretary Madeleine Albright, Canon Historian Jon Meacham, the Wiesel family and others inspired by Elie Wiesel.

Kerry James Marshall, Elizabeth Alexander to Reimagine Confederate Windows

Posted on September 23, 2021

New stained-glass windows and accompanying stone poetry inscription will tell a fuller and more accurate story of American history and culture.   

Cathedral Loans Robert E. Lee Stained Glass Window to Smithsonian

Posted on September 22, 2021

The window, which was permanently removed from the Cathedral in 2017, is part of the Museum's “Make Good the Promises: Reconstruction and Its Legacies" exhibit.

Cathedral to Host Memorial Service for 20th Anniversary of 9/11 Attacks

Posted on September 09, 2021

The service, on Sept. 12, will feature the images of firefighters who died in the attacks, along with the tolling of the Cathedral’s funeral bell and participation from local fire departments.

Cathedral to Host Funeral Service of Former Sen. John Warner

Posted on June 18, 2021

The ashes of the longtime Senator from Virginia, who also served as Secretary of the Navy, will be present at the service, which will be attended by Virginia, military and Congressional leaders 

June 2021: Lighting the Way Toward Justice

Posted on June 04, 2021

In this moment of extreme division, mass shootings, racism, prejudice and injustice, we continue striving to serve God and our neighbors as agents of reconciliation and transformation.  

Cathedral Adds Stone Carving of Elie Wiesel to Its Human Rights Porch

Posted on April 27, 2021

Throughout his life, Wiesel used his voice to try to confront gross human rights abuses and prevent genocide, understanding that taking action early could prevent others from suffering the same fate that befell millions of Jews during the Holocaust.

Statement on the Guilty Verdict in the Death of George Floyd

Posted on April 20, 2021

What we did not know until today was whether our criminal justice system would render justice in a case of a White officer taking the life of a Black man. 

After Back-to-Back Mass Shootings, America Must Do Better

Posted on March 23, 2021

The sad truth is that we do this to ourselves. We allow ourselves to live this way and we fail to hold our lawmakers accountable.

Dean Hollerith: Words Matter as America Confronts Ugly Racism

Posted on March 19, 2021

When our words are used to demean and dehumanize, it’s not long before our actions can follow. There is no place for casual racism in our country, in our church or in the Kingdom of God.