(Please note that St Davids Cathedral is a cathedral of the Church in Wales and is an associate member of the Association of English Cathedrals)
On the most Westerly point in Wales you’ll find St Davids Cathedral.
Originally a monastery founded by St David, in 1123 papal privilege was bestowed upon the cathedral and this made it a focus for pilgrims. Today pilgrims and visitors come in hundreds of thousands, still finding this one of the world’s ‘thin’ places.
Since the sixth century there has been a church on this site and for 1,500 years prayer and worship has been offered to God.
St David taught his followers to ‘be joyful, to keep the faith and to do the little things’.
Latest news from St Davids Cathedral
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‘Blessed are those whose strength is in you, whose hearts are set on pilgrimage’ (Ps 84:5,