The day of Prayer for Victims and Survivors of Abuse takes place on Friday 15 February, just one week before the gathering of bishops with Pope Francis in Rome to discuss the safeguarding of minors in the Church. On the Friday evening, Archbishop Martin will celebrate the 7.30pm Mass in St Patrick’s Cathedral and during the Mass, he will light the Candle of Atonement and dedicate the Atonement Prayer for use in all the parishes of the Archdiocese. The[...]
As we celebrate this special day, we invite all who are ill in mind or body to the 7.30pm Mass on the Monday evening. During the Mass, there will be The Rite of Anointing of the Sick. Special prayers will be offered for all who are in need of God’s healing and we will pray that all may be renewed and be strengthened at this time. We will also pray for all who care for the sick and all who[...]
A four day trip will take place from Armagh, leaving on the morning of Monday 3 June and returning on the evening of Thursday 6 June. Based at the 4 Star Bridge House Hotel & Spa, Tullamore, Co Offaly, the trip will take in places of great interest during the few days. As well as having an opportunity to explore the midlands town of Tullamore, we will also visit the town of Athlone and have a cruise on the[...]
Lectio Divina is the traditional Benedictine practice of scriptural reading, meditation and prayer, intended to promote communion with God and to increase ones knowledge of God’s Word. It doesn’t treat Scripture as texts to be studied, but as the Living Word. Sr Mary Roe, RSCJ will offer six sessions of Lectio Divina in The Synod Hall beginning on Monday 11 February at 10.40am (after 10am Mass) and the sessions will take place on each of the following Mondays for[...]
St Patrick’s Cathedral Pastoral Area Celebration for Married Couples A special celebration will take place for married couples in our Pastoral Area in St Patrick’s Cathedral on Sunday 10 February at 5.30pm. All married couples in the parishes of Armagh, Cillchluana, Middletown & Tynan and Keady & Derrynoose are encouraged to attend and especially couples who have celebrated their marriage over the last year. Couples who are celebrating the 25th, 40th, 50th or 60th anniversary of their marriage are also[...]
Armagh Cathedrals Partnership invite you to an evening of music, story, poetry and prayer to celebrate the life of St Patrick in The Market Place Theatre, ARMAGH on Tuesday 12 March at 7.30pm. The guest speaker on the evening will be Very Rev William Morton, Dean of St Patrick’s Cathedral, Dublin and all are encouraged to join for what promises to be a very special evening as we reflect on the life and mission of St Patrick.