St. Patrick's Cathedral (Roman Catholic), Armagh

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  • Very serene and inspiring. The stained glass windows and mosaics on the floor are beautiful works of art that deserve to be preserved. It was very calming to see others in prayer inside this silent....  more
    Very serene and inspiring. The stained glass windows and mosaics on the floor are beautiful works of art that deserve to be preserved. It was very calming to see others in prayer inside this silent....  more »
  • This cathedral is by far the more interesting of the two in the city. It is up a hill, with space around it and a regal flight of steps up to it. Fabulous interior with the walls all beautifully... 
    This cathedral is by far the more interesting of the two in the city. It is up a hill, with space around it and a regal flight of steps up to it. Fabulous interior with the walls all beautifully...  more »
  • There are two St Patrick Cathedrals in Armagh, both built centuries after St Patrick built his first stone church near where the Church of Ireland Cathedral now stands. As a Catholic, I recommend St.....  more
    There are two St Patrick Cathedrals in Armagh, both built centuries after St Patrick built his first stone church near where the Church of Ireland Cathedral now stands. As a Catholic, I recommend St.....  more »
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  • When God was giving out the Cathedrals in Armagh. He decided that the Catholics were getting the best one. The Romans could have learnt a thing or two from the magnificent mosaic tiling.
  • I visited St Patrick's Catholic Cathedral in Armagh today and it was a most enjoyable experience. The Cathedral is well sign posted in Armagh and is easy to locate. There are car parking spaces at the rear of the Cathedral. The Cathedral has two spires and has a row of steps that lead up to the main entrance to the Cathedral. As you enter the Cathedral the thing that draws your attention straight away is the alter and sanctuary. It is beautiful. It is extremely colourful and ornate clad in gold. There are also lots of beautiful stained glass windows in the Cathedral. In the stained glass window behind the sanctuary is a depiction of St Patrick and the fawn. I would recommend a visit to St Patrick's Catholic Cathedral in Armagh in Northern Ireland.
  • The most beautiful church I've ever been to. I loved it here. Did not want to leave. These photos I have added do not do it justice.
  • One of the ancient church at Armagh, a quite place to spend your spiritual time. History Church was built in various phases between 1840 and 1904 to serve as the Roman Catholic Cathedral of the Archdiocese of Armagh, the original Medieval Cathedral of St. Patrick having been appropriated by the state church called the Church of Ireland at the time of the Irish Reformation. Mass times: Monday to Friday 10:00, Saturday Vigil at 19:00; Sunday at 09:00, 11.00 and 17:30. Car parking and toilet facilities available. No pass required for the entry.
  • A majestic cathedral has gathered clergy and history! I was pleasantly fascinated by my visit there. Amazing view of the city from above.

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