Since the diocese began in 1864, Goulburn has remained one of the central gathering spots of all Catholics in Australia. Situated in the first inland city of Australia, the Cathedral is a unique and stately building that provides a precious link to Australia’s past.
The Old Cathedral holds international status as the only greenstone Cathedral in the world and is listed on the New South Wales Heritage Register.
With your support, we will repair, restore and renew the Old Cathedral as a place of international pilgrimage and an enduring legacy of faith, hope and love.
As we approach the 150th anniversary of this significant historic building, we urgently seek your help to restore its structural integrity, repair its damaged features and to renew our relationships with each other and our faith through this shared effort.
Become part of the magnificent history of the Old Cathedral by contributing to the restoration project:
Join with your family to become a Cathedral Heritage Family contribution;
Sponsor a specific conservation work such as a Station of the Cross or a Stained Glass Window;
Make a pledge to our fundraising appeal.
Include the Cathedral Restoration Fund in your will.
To make a donation to the Sts Peter and Paul’s Old Cathedral Restoration Appeal you can download a donation form or contact the Parish Office on (02) 62399863 to obtain a brochure and pledge form.
The Appeal is a partnership with the National Trust of New South Wales and all donations over $2 are tax-deductible.
If you would like to donate to the Appeal by cheque, please send your cheque payable to:
Sts Peter and Paul’s Old Cathedral Restoration Appeal, PO Box 11, GOULBURN NSW 2580
Sts Peter and Paul’s Old Cathedral Appeal
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