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One of the best attended events of the year, the Ancient Office of Tenebrae features Gregorian chants and sublime choral music of Holy Week including the Lamentations of Jeremiah and Allegri’s Miserere sung by the Choir of Saint Peter in Chains Cathedral. No tickets required. Free-will offerings accepted

Part of the Great Music in a Great Space concert series. Hailed by the New Yorker magazine as “The world’s reigning male chorus” the GRAMMY® Award-winning vocal ensemble Chanticleer returns to the cathedral for an all new a cappella program featuring Chanticleer’s lush signature sound. Don’t miss your chance to

Staff Report Holy Week is the most sacred time in the church year, culminating in the triduum and Easter, celebrating the death and resurrection of Jesus. All parishes of the Archdiocese of Cincinnati celebrations of Holy Week. As the official church of the archbishop, the Cathedral of St. Peter in

Staff Report  The word cathedral conjures up images of giant gothic masterpieces that stretch upwards toward the heavens in majesty as an architectural tribute to God. While many cathedrals, including Cincinnati’s Cathedral of St. Peter in Chains, are modern marvels there’s no requirement that they be particularly large or ornate.

Fr. Barry Windholtz, pastor
September 2013 By Steve Trosley  The Catholic Telegraph  The Cathedral of St. Peter in Chains is an “historic, majestic, architectural masterpiece of a worship space,” according Father Barry Windholtz, pastor. While it is the home of the cathedra, the archbishop’s chair, it needs the one thing every other church in