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procathedral

(ˌprəʊkəˈθiːdrəl)
n
(Ecclesiastical Terms) a church serving as a cathedral
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These sermons were described in glowing terms by the Freeman's Journal: 'another powerful sermon', 'a brilliant and argumentative sermon', 'a soul-stirring sermon', a 'lengthened and powerful discourse', 'a very impressive sermon'.47 The first of these sermons took place at St Mary's Procathedral on 10 January 1874, a fund-raiser for the women's asylum work of the Good Samaritans at which there was standing room only.