A virtual carol service from St Patrick’s Cathedral, Armagh

The men’s and boys’ choir of St Patrick’s Church of Ireland Cathedral in Armagh has a long and distinguished history, dating back in its present form to at least 1634. Due to the pandemic, however, choral services in the Cathedral had to stop from 15 March 2020 and were not able to resume until September 2020. The requirements of social distancing and current regulations have meant that the boys and men have been unable to sing together since March. 

Some weeks ago, in case of a prolonged lockdown over the Christmas period, the gentlemen of the choir recorded a service of Lessons and Carols, which can be used…

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