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Saints Mungo and Columba, and victory over evil, celebrated in music, speech and drama at annual Welcoming City event.
Bell, bird, fish and tree recall the story of Glasgow's patron saint, St Mungo.
Chapel was built for Glasgow churches during city's Garden Festival in 1988.
This year's event celebrating the city's diverse community of Christians from all over the world.
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Celebration of the life of Glasgow through word, music, and song with its churches and 'new Glaswegians'.
More than 600 children from 23 schools: 'St Mungo’s became a sea of colour: children in their bright school uniforms, dancers with tartan ribbons and sashes, beautifully decorated banners and the main characters of the Cantata in their costumes.'
Mgr Gerry Fitzpatrick is new GCT chair.