Peel Cathedral

The Cathedral Church of Saint German or Peel Cathedral is located in Peel, Isle of Man. The cathedral is the parish church of the parish of German, which includes the town of Peel, and was made the cathedral by Act of Tynwald in 1980. The original cathedral of St German was inside the walls of Peel Castle and fell into ruins in the 18th century.

The cathedral has a dean and chapter. The Bishop of Sodor and Man is ex-officio dean, and the chapter consists of the Archdeacon of Man ex officio and four canons, who are all parochial clergy. The Vicar of German is not a member of the chapter.

Coordinates: 54°13′18″N 4°41′28″W / 54.22167°N 4.69111°W / 54.22167; -4.69111


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