Weddings are made by individual arrangement.
Contact the Parochial House and speak to one of the priests.

Please allow at least three (3) months notice 

"The matrimonial covenant, by which a man and a woman establish between themselves a partnership of the whole of life, is by its nature ordered toward the good of the spouses and the procreation and education of offspring; this covenant between baptized persons has been raised by Christ the Lord to the dignity of a sacrament."
(Catechism of the Catholic Church)

The Parish follows the Common Policy for Marriage for the Archdiocese of Armagh.  Those wishing to Marry must contact the Parish at least three months in advance.

As part of the preparation for this lifetime commitment the couple must complete a pre-marriage course.  ACCORD is the Agency recogbnised by the Church for this purpose.  Please click here for a link to their website which will give details of upcoming courses in your region.  The Sacrament of Marriage

In preparation for marriage Couples will be asked to provide a Recently issued copy of their Baptismal and Confirmation Certificates. Please call the Church where you were Baptized and/or Confirmed and ask that a newly issued copy be made available to you (There may be a fee for this service). If the Church where you were baptized or Confirmed no longer exists you may call the Diocese in which the Church was located to ascertain where the records are kept, in this case, please speak to one of our priests. If your sacraments were administered at at Holy Redeemer, we will have the record and you do not need to obtain a copy.

Under Family Law Act, 1995, section 33, three months notification must be given to the Registrar for the district in which the marriage is to take place. It is the responsibility of intending couples to give this notification in good time.

One of the best websites for preparing for Marriage in the Church is

Marriage is the sacrament in which a baptised man and woman vow to belong to each other in a permanent, exclusive, sexual partnership of loving and mutual care, concern and shared responsibility, in the hope of having children and bringing up a family.  The celebrants of the sacrament of Marriage are the bride and bridegroom. However, for a valid celebration of the sacrament by one of her members, the Church , nowadays, normally requires that a priest and two others be present as witnesses to the vows.

The mystery of the Church signified and brought about in this sacrament is the marriage bond: that sharing in the priesthood of Christ by which the two partners are permanently consecrated to each other and to their children.  The mystery of grace that is signified and brought about in the sacrament of Marriage is a sharing in the Spirit by which the two partners grow in mutual love and are enabled to face together the problems of married life to make of their family an image of the Church united in charity. This sacrament is a sign of the union in love between Christ and his bride, the Church (cf Eph 5).

Marriage cannot normally be repeated while both partners are alive; for their consecration to each other is permanent. A civil divorce does not dissolve the valid marriage of baptised persons.

Please click here for information on the Armagh Diocesean Marriage Tribunal