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Sydney is a modern, young global city looking into the future and its architectural reflects this; that’s why our historic buildings such as St Mary’s Cathedral need special care and preservation.
Today more than 300,000 people visit St Mary’s Cathedral each year to appreciate this grand English-style gothic structure. Dedicated to Mary Help of Christians, it took more than 100 years to complete and is an indication of the dedication and steadfastness shown by the Catholic community.
St Mary’s Cathedral is a living monument and like all grand buildings is undergoing continual and sympathetic restoration and maintenance works.
Your contribution can help continue the tradition of the Catholic community to help preserve the Cathedral for future generations, not only Catholics, but also as a major historical landmark of one of the great cities of the world.
There are many ways that you can support the restoration and maintenance of this magnificent building. You can make a donation or provide a last legacy through a bequest, light a virtual candle to assist with maintenance or become a key supporter with a regular contribution.
All Parishioners, Catholics and visitors are also invited to donate an organ pipe or a stone towards the conservation of this historic building. You can take this opportunity to identify your family with a particular stone in the elegant façade of the Cathedral or dedicate an organ pipe from the impressive Letourneau Organ.
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How to support the conservation work at St Mary’s
To make a contribution to the conservation and restoration to St Mary’s Cathedral, please click here.
For any questions in regards to donations and/or to make a bequest, you can also contact the Appeals Office by phone on (02) 9390 5942.