Promise Chalice

Contributed by Cathedral of St Columb

On display on the museum in St Columb's Cathedral in LondonderryA silver gift chalice and paten sent to Londonderry by the Honourable The Irish Society in 1613. The Chalice is inscribed with the coat of arms of the City of London and the words "Ecelesiae Dei in Civitae Derriensi, Donum Londinensium" (To the Church of God in the City of Derry, the gift of the Londoners.) The paten is inscribed with the coat of arms of the City of London. The chalice and paten were used in the old church which was used by the planters from 1613 to 1633 when St Columb's Cathedral was completed. It is still used in services of The Holy Communion.

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