Cantabelles will return to St Patrick’s Cathedral, Armagh to present a candlelit evening of Christmas music and song in the lead up to Christmas.
This new and exciting vocal ensemble will combine rich harmonies and sumptuous vocals to many of the old, favourite Christmas Carols as well as a number of new and uplifting pieces.
The “not to be missed” evening will take place on Thursday 14th December 2017 at 8pm.
Tickets for this unique and atmospheric event are priced at £8 and are available from Armagh Parish Office (028 37522813) or Dungannon Parish Office (028 87726893).
On Sunday evening, it was a case of standing room only in St Patrick’s Cathedral, Armagh as people gathered from throughout the Parish to celebrate “The Family of Sports”. The event had been organised over the last number of weeks as part of the Parish’s preparations for The World Meeting of Families 2018. All sporting clubs, organisations and schools in the parish were well represented on the evening. People were asked to wear sporting colours or jerseys, which added to the colour and joy of the occasion.
The special Icon which has been commissioned in preparation for the World Meeting of Families 2018 will be in the Cathedral from Monday 9 – Wednesday 11 October and people will have an opportunity to venerate it and pray before it.
It will be present for the special celebration “The Joy of Love” on the evening of Tuesday 10 October when all are invited to come along for a special Evening Prayer at 7pm and on the evening, we will learn the official hymn for the WMOF, “A Joy for all the earth”.
A special Triduum of Prayer will take place in St Patrick’s Cathedral, Armagh from Wednesday 11 – Friday 13 October to mark the close of this centenary year of the first apparitions of Our Lady at Fatima.
Members of the World Apostolate of Fatima will be present for the three days and on each of the days, Mass will be celebrated in the Cathedral at 10am and 7.30pm and the Rosary will be prayed on each of the evenings at 7pm. A visiting preacher will join on the Wednesday and Thursday evenings and Archbishop Eamon Martin will close the Triduum on the Friday evening and during that Mass, a special statue of Our Lady of Fatima will be crowned to mark this Jubilee Year.
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A cardinal recognised as a lead reformer within the Church hierarchy and chosen by Pope Francis to present Amoris Laetitia – the papacy’s letter on the ‘family’ – will be the star turn at a major conference here next month.
‘Let’s Talk Family: Let’s Be Family’, which will be held at Mary Immaculate College, Limerick is the first major conference to be held as part of the build up to the World Meeting of Families next year in Ireland.