Irish stew and music at church events on St. Patrick's Day


Musicians in Aghabog Parish Hall on St. Patrick's Day.

There were events held around Clogher Diocese to celebrate St. Patrick's Day.

The Ematris Group of parishes held a social evening in Aghabog Parish hall on March 17th which was very well supported. It was organised largely by Walter Pringle and Revd Margaret Pringle with a number of other people who helped and brought food. It comprised of hymn singing, prayers and a fun quiz.

At Glaslough, the parishioners of St. Salvator's Church, Glaslough and St. Sillian with St. Muadain's churches joined in the St. Patrick's Day Community Pilgrimage Walk in Glaslough. Hot food of soup and cakes was provided and proceeds from the walk is going to the Bishop's Appeal Turkey and Syria Earthquake Appeal.

At Ballycassidy Hall, the parishioners of Trory and Killadeas gathered for a night of Ulster-Scots cabaret with Irish stew and wheaten bread served to those present. A large crowd turned up to enjoy the evening.

Members of St. Salvator's Church during the St. Patrick's Day Pilgrimage Walk.

Serving Irish stew in Trory and Killadeas parishes.


The platform party at the St. Patrick's Day parade in Monaghan.