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The Prayer and Spirituality Commission of the Archdiocese of Armagh welcomes you most warmly to our website.

You have reached the website of the Prayer and Spirituality Commission of the Archdiocese of Armagh. As part of developing the Pastoral Plan of the Archdiocese this working group established this site as a concrete way of helping the Christian people of the diocese develop their own understanding of Prayer and also a means of recording and publishing some of the work and projects of the group.

The Prayer and Spirituality Commission are delighted to have you visit our website. The Prayer and Spirituality Commission organise prayer experiences and times of reflection for parish ministry groups as well as resourcing parishes with prayer and spirituality ideas and happenings. We organise Christian meditation groups and spiritual retreats. If you follow the link above you will find a more detailed description of our work and task to-date.

Learn more about the Prayer and Spirituality Commission by visiting the section "Our Mission".  We also invite you to sign our guestbook and also submit a prayer via our online Prayerbox.

Latest News & Events

  • 11-12-2016 · The Christmas Crib Prayer to the Holy Family

    On 22 October, formal preparations began for the 9th World Meeting of Families 2018 and these are being led by Archbishop Diarmuid Martin of Dublin...

  • 28-11-2016 · More Advent Resources

    Some Lectio materials for the Sundays of Advent prepared by: Jane Mellett (Dublin), Maureen Kelly and Marie McNamara (Killaloe), and Séamus ...

  • 28-11-2016 · ADVENT 2016

    As Catholic Christians, we too spend our lives waiting. But we are waiting for something much bigger than a trip, bigger even than retirement or a ...

  • 02-10-2016 · October Resources On The Rosary

    October has always been a Marian Month. A time to rediscover Mary or Mother and to return and renew our comittment to praying the rosary. Below are...

  • 29-07-2016 · New Prayer to Saint Moninne (St. Blinne) of Killeavy

    St Moninne, lived in the years 435 to 518. Her father was Machta, king of the lands stretching from Louth to Armagh. Her mother was Comwi, a daught...

  • 02-06-2016 · Saint Anthony of Padua Relics

    The relics of St Anthony of Padua will visit St Patrick’s Cathedral, Armagh on Thursday 16th and Friday 17th June 2016. The relics will be we...

Religious Icons

What is an Icon? An icon is not merely a "holy picture". Its meaning goes deeper than the surface reality to the spiritual reality of matter transformed.

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Prayer Works

Choose from a selection of prayers to read online, or to download and read at your convenience, including prayers from Oscar Romero and Reinhold Niebuhr.

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Thank you for visiting our website. It is our prayer and deepest hope that you will be touched by God and blessed through the prayers and Holy icons.

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