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procathedral

(ˌprəʊkəˈθiːdrəl)
n
(Ecclesiastical Terms) a church serving as a cathedral
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A religious and educational event "SLAVE NAME I AM, THE LORD ..." devoted to the 1030th anniversary of the baptism of Kievan Rus was held in the premises of the Procathedral Cathedral of the Intercession of the Blessed Virgin Mary.
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.