Saturday, February 02, 2008

Ireland's Catholic Cathedrals

Part I

The Cathedral Church of St Patrick

Archdiocese of Armagh

Seat of His Eminence Sean Cardinal Brady

Foundation stone laid 17th March 1840.

Construction halted 1848-1854 due to the impact of the Great Famine.

Dedicated 24th August 1873.

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

Dear Lover of Futility

Armagh cathedral interiors are all very well, but what have you to say about the burning issue of the day: the succession in Down and Connor - particularly the Irish Independent's story that clerics have been placing bets on Noel Treanor? Indiscretion by insiders with advance knowledge? Greed? Sleaze? Or simple stupidity?

Lover of Futility said...

Let's see who is appointed!