Sunday 14th September 2014

The feast of the Exaltation of the Holy Cross reminds us that an instrument of human hatred and death has been transformed in to a symbol of God’s infinite love and mercy.  Prior to the Christian era, the cross was associated in people’s minds with the most barbaric form of execution – a fate reserved only for slaves.  It was something to be feared and despised, and was used by those in authority to strike terror into the hearts of those slaves under their power Read More

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There will be a walk from Carland Road Cemetry on Sunday, 21 September, 2014 to St Patrick's Church beginning at 11:30am, as a gesture of solidarity with Christians suffering persecution in the Middle East.

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Message to the people of the Archdiocese of Armagh from His Grace Archbishop Eamon Martin, Archbishop of Armagh and Primate of All Ireland.

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International Day of Peace: 21 September

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To mark the International Day of Peace 2014, the Clergy and Churches Forums of Cookstown and Dungannon are organising a series of events in partnership with Cookstown District Council, Dungannon Borough Council and the Irish Churches Peace Project.

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Cardinal Brady retires. Archbishop Eamon Martin succeeds.

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Pope Francis accepts Cardinal Brady’s resignation and Archbishop Eamon Martin becomes Archbishop of Armagh and Primate of All Ireland.

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