After 102 years of service, the gallery organ located in the choir loft is no longer able to function. The piecemeal repairs are never ending, costly, and do nothing to permantly fix the problems. The only remaining functional instrument is the one loacted in the west transept. A professional evaluation of the Cathedral Organ was conducted in 2014 and is available for view here. In the months ahead, parish leadership will be discussing long term strategies to replace the gallery organ with a new instrument which will last for the next 100 years.
Installed in 1973, the Transept Organ remains the only functioning pipe organ in the Cathedral.