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Report - St Cyprian's Church, Liverpool, February 2011

ZerO81

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History

St Cyprian’s church, in Liverpool, once had a thriving congregation but numbers dwindled over the years.

It is now surrounded by the remains of demolished houses.

As there does not appear to be much information about the church itself, I have decided to include some information about St Cyprian:-

Saint Cyprian of Toulon (Cyprianus Tolonensis) (476 – October 3, 546) was bishop of Toulon during the 6th century. Born at Marseilles, he was the favorite pupil of St. Caesarius of Arles by whom he was trained. Caesarius ordained him in 506 to the diaconate, and, in 516, consecrated him as bishop of Toulon.

St. Cyprian appears to have been present in 524 at the synod of Arles and in the following years to have attended a number of councils. At all these assemblies he showed himself a vigorous opponent of Semipelagianism.

He said to have converted to Catholicism two Visigoth chiefs, Mandrier and Flavian, who became anchorites and martyrs on the peninsula of Mandrier.

The Visit

On February 2011, myself, WIMR and S8 have visit this old church......

The Photos

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[13] The not so interesting area of the church
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[15] The stairs to the clock tower
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[16] Still fully intact clock mechanism
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Full Gallery HERE
 

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