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Archdiocese of Armagh celebrates Works of Mercy

On Saturday evening St Patrick’s Cathedral, Armagh was packed to capacity for a special celebration to give thanks for the many works of mercy in the Archdiocese. It was another event which took place to mark the Jubilee Year of Mercy and representatives of all the religious orders and congregations from throughout the Archdiocese were […]

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“OUR JOURNEY OF FAITH” Dungannon Parish – Mon Oct 10th – – Fri Oct 14th 2016

The format for the week:   Mon Oct 10th – – Fri Oct 14th 2016                                                Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday at 7.30pm                                              […]

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Death of Very Rev Kieran MacKeone, PE, AP, Clonoe

The death has taken place this morning, Monday, 12 September 2016, of Fr Kieran MacKeone, PE, AP, Clonoe.  May he rest in peace. Following are the funeral arrangements: Removal of remains to the Church of St Patrick, Clonoe, for the weekly Novena Mass at 8.00 pm, this evening, Monday, 12 September; Evening Prayer and Benediction […]

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Archbishop Eamon to celebrate #BeMercy Mass of Thanksgiving in St Patrick’s Cathedral, Armagh on 24 September at 7.00 pm

Archbishop Eamon Martin, Archbishop of Armagh and Primate of All Ireland has invited people to share with him the names and work of individuals who put the corporal and spiritual works of mercy into practice in their daily lives so as they can be remembered in a special #BeMercy Mass of Thanksgiving which he will […]

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MASS TO HONOUR OLIVIA MARY TAAFFE – FOUNDER OF ST JOSEPH’S YOUNG PRIESTS SOCIETY

Olivia Mary Taaffe, founder of St Joseph¹s Young Priests Society, spent nearly a third of her long life in County Louth and is buried alongside her husband and only son at the graveyard at St Catherine’s Church, Ballapousta, Ardee. Olivia Mary Taaffe had a life-long devotion to St Joseph and for many years prior to […]

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A special Mass of Thanksgiving to celebrate the Canonization of Blessed Teresa of Calcutta in St Malachy’s Church, Armagh

Canonization of Blessed Teresa of Calcutta Pope Francis will declare Blessed Teresa of Calcutta a saint at the Vatican on Sunday 4th September. Mother Teresa was widely known as a living saint as she ministered to the sick and dying in some of the poorest neighbourhoods of the world. Her simple service touched the hearts […]

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Archbishop Eamon Martin offers prayers following earthquake in Central Italy

Archbishop Eamon Martin, Archbishop of Armagh and Primate of All Ireland, issued the following statement in response to the human tragedy caused by the earthquake in Central Italy today: Archbishop Eamon said, “I am deeply saddened to learn of the deaths today of so many people due to the earthquake in Central Italy. Following the […]

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Trustees of the National Seminary meet in Saint Patrick’s College, Maynooth

Saint Patrick’s College, Maynooth, this week welcomed fourteen new seminarians to start their training for the priesthood. The Trustees of the College met yesterday in Maynooth to discuss the needs of the students and staff.  They acknowledged the generosity and openness which motivates young men to consider a vocation to the priesthood and to apply […]

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CLERGY APPOINTMENTS

The Archbishop of Armagh, Eamon Martin, announces the following clergy appointments, effective 3 September 2016. Archbishop Eamon thanks the priests for their continued ministry and service in the Archdiocese and wishes them well in taking up these new appointments.  He also thanks the people of the Archdiocese of Armagh for their ongoing prayers and support of […]

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Ordination of Fr Damien Quigley

Fr Damien Quigley was ordained in Holy Redeemeer Church, Dundalk on Sunday 26th June. The new priest was ordained by Archbishop Eamon Martin. Fr Damien is the son of Thomas and Pacella Qugley from Holy Redeemer Parish, Dundalk and he is the youngest of a family of four. He’s a past pupil of Redeemer Boys’ Primary […]

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