A Pro-cathedral is a
parish churchthat is temporarily serving as the cathedralor co-cathedralof a diocese.
Ireland, the term is used to specifically refer to St Mary's Pro-Cathedralin Dublin, the seat of the Roman CatholicArchbishop of Dublin and Primate of Irelandsince the Reformation, when Christ Church Cathedral and St. Patrick's Cathedral became part of the Church of Ireland.
Qu'Appelle, Saskatchewan, the parish church of Saint Peter's was the pro-cathedral for the Anglican southern Saskatchewan diocese until 1944. From 1944 to 1979, St. Paul's Cathedral (Regina)served as the pro-cathedral before it was elevated to cathedral status.
The church of St. Paul the Apostle in
Savannah, Georgiais the pro-cathedral for the Episcopal Diocese of Georgia.
Parish Church of St Helierin Jerseyserves as the pro-cathedral for the Island.
Cathedral of the Holy Name, Mumbaiwas previously the pro-cathedral of the Holy Name.
St. Michael's Basilicais the pro-cathedral of the Diocese of Bathurst, previously having been the cathedral of the Diocese of Chatham, New Brunswick.
The Cathedral of the Holy Apostles, in
Bristol, England, was previously the pro-cathedral of the Roman CatholicDiocese of Clifton. St John's Pro-Cathedralserved as the pro-cathedral in Perth, Western Australia.
List of cathedrals
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