CATH NEWS REPORT: The Lights of Christmas, a dazzling light show featuring traditional Christmas imagery and colours, were switched on at Sydney's St Mary's Cathedral last night, the Archdiocese announced in a statement.
The display includes a constellation of sparkling stars, lights candles, Christmas wreath as well as a traditional and inspirational montage of bush blossoms, gum leaves and Sydney summer skies.
Visitors to the Lights of Christmas will also be treated to a free choral performance by a range of top Sydney choirs including the Australian Girls Choir, Sydney Philharmonic Choir and the Sydney Street Choir.
Presented by the NSW Government, the Lights of Christmas will also highlight the Hyde Park Barracks. It will run for a fortnight, and then in the week before Christmas, from the Wednesday to Christmas Eve.
"The moving imagery and colourful kaleidoscopes will create a memorable light performance inspired by nature, celebrating Peace, Joy and Goodwill in our beautiful city, " said executive producer Anthony Bastic.