March 27th Government Announcement

We have al been shocked that we have reached this point in the Nation’s fight against Covid-19.

We, in the Parish, will follow the government’s advice, available here

This will have consequences for our Church buildings, and general operation of the parish. We are awaiting further direction from the Archbishop.

In the meantime, let us all stay safe and well, follow government advice, and continue to pray for one another.

Latest News re: Covid-19 & Restrictions

Fr. Paddy shares the concerns, anxieties and frustrations of many at this difficult time, and apologises for the disruption in normal scheduling of Mass, and other Church/Parish activities.

He is working with the priests of the Pastoral Area, and the Parish Pastoral Council to continue to support the parishioners in these unprecedented times.

Fr. Paddy is available to assist in any way, (please contact 086 8807 470) but is very conscious of taking the appropriate precautions with regard to social distancing, hand and respiratory hygiene, etc. But if you feel he can be of assistance in any way, please don’t hesitate to get in touch.

In relation to updates in the coming weeks, please subscribe to our Facebook Page, our Twitter Feed, and our new Parish website;

Some suggestions for those who might want to participate in the Eucharist via the Internet, or Television, during this difficult time.

Parishioners can join in the celebration of Mass from Armagh Parish via webcams on Sundays from St Malachy’s Church at 8am and 10am and from St Patrick’s Cathedral at 11am.

Masses will be streamed at the same times on St Patrick’s Day. Archbishop Martin will celebrate the Mass at 11am for the people of the Archdiocese and for the people of Ireland at this time.

Webcams can be accessed via Armagh Parish Website at

Masses will be streamed each weekday from St Patrick’s Cathedral at 10am and from St Malachy’s Church at 7.30pm.

The Journey Begins…

Thanks for joining me!

Good company in a journey makes the way seem shorter. — Izaak Walton

Welcome to the new Parish Website. It’s a work in progress so, please be patient with us, as we find new ways to share the Gospel message to all in our parish.

Hopefully this will be the first and best place to visit for the up-to-date information about all that is happening in our parish.

Unfortunately, we begin at a difficult time for our country and the wider world. As from 13th March, 2020, all public celebrations of Mass, and any non-essential parish gathering or function is suspended.

Let’s all ‘do our bit’ in the National effort to kerb the spread of this virus and keep as many people as possible – especially the most vulnerable – safe.

We will keep you up to date on this site, our Facebook Page, and Twitter feed, and we ask that you share the information especially with those who may not have access, or who may not be familiar with the technology.

Mass will be broadcast as per the schedule above, here;

Thank you, and may God bless you, your families, and all in our parish community.

Fr. Paddy