St. George's Cathedral, Jerusalem

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St. George's Cathedral, Jerusalem

St. George's Cathedral is an Anglican (Episcopal) cathedral in Jerusalem, established in 1899. It is the seat of the Bishop of Jerusalem of the Episcopal Church in Jerusalem and the Middle East.

Herbert Danby became the librarian there in 1919 and was the Residentiary Canon there, 1921-36. Mordechai Vanunu has been residing at the cathedral since his release from prison. St. George's College is located on the grounds. It offers continuing theological education for clergy and laity from around the world.

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