“Aid to the Church in need” invites us to join on Wednesday 28th November to light up our Churches and wear something red as we remember Christian martyrs and those who have died for their faith. On that day, St Malachy’s Church, Armagh will be lit up red and people are asked to wear something red (a sweater, a cardigan, a jacket, a scarf or a tie) as a symbolic reminder of all those Christians who have suffered and died for[...]
A special celebration for all Altar Servers in our Parish will take place in St Patrick’s Cathedral, Armagh on Sunday 25th November at 5.30pm. It’s the eve of the Feast of St John Berchmans, the Patron Saint of Altar Servers and on the evening, there will be a commissioning of all new Servers and there will be an acknowledgement of the good work that they do. All those who have been Servers for some time are invited as well as[...]
The annual Mass of Remembrance for all our departed loved ones and especially those who have died over the last year will be celebrated in Lislea Community Centre on Wednesday 28 November at 8pm. All are welcome.
St. Patrick’s Cathedral Parish, Armagh wishes to recruit a full-time Cemetery Groundsman. A job description and job application is available from the Parish Offices, Cathedral Gate Lodge, 41a Cathedral Road, Armagh, BT61 7QX. Telephone 028 3752 2813. Closing date for applications is Monday 12th November 2018 at 12.00 noon.
An evening of Advent Meditation in music, prose, poetry and prayer will take place in The Market Place Theatre on Tuesday 11 December at 7.30pm. Living in uncertain times, the question is “How do we live for the Kingdom in a time of turmoil and how do we get our priorities right?” To help us reflect on the question, we will be joined on the evening by Mr Francis Campbell. Born near Newry, Francis has had a very distinguished career[...]