Born In 1952 in Turin st went to st joseph's slate st school made my first holy communion and confirmation in st Peters .Still visit Belfast a couple of times a year ,love this Chapel .
my father John Martin grew up on Ross ST BUT LEFT BELFAST IN THE 1940'S MY UNCLE DAVID MARTIN LIVED IN ROSS COTTAGES AND ATTENDED ST PETERS REGULARLY HE HAS SINCE DIED AND I ATTENDED HIS FUNERAL IN THE CHURCH HE SPENT MOST OF HIS LIFE IN THE SHADOW OF ST PETERS
I think my grandfather Thomas crilly was baptised at your church. Listened to your mass this evening and wondered if any of my relations were there. My grandfather moved to scotland as a young man,so that is where I am from, but I visit Ireland often,its my second home. I love your country.
Lived in 37 Cinnamon street and attended St Peter,s around the 50s
I was Head Alter Boy at St Peters in the early 1980's. I served in the mass when St Peters became a cathedral from a pro cathedral, it is great to look at how good it looks in the pictures on line, it brings back happy memorys from my childhood
I was Baptised, Received My First Holy Communion and Confirmation in St Peters. Also married my beautiful wife Patricia R.I.P. in this wonderful building and her funeral service was carried out by Father Sean McCartney the same lovely priest who married us. I live in S. England now. But St Peters is always in my thoughts and memories. God Bless you all.
It was lovely to see the chapel on the website. I lived in Belfast 1947-1968 under the shadow of St. Peter's Pro-Cathedral, which it was, then.
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Hi all, I was born and bred in Cape Street, and my family were all baptised at St Peters and attended masses etc. My wife Patricia RIP was baptised,etc and we were married at St Peters and sadly she was buried after funeral mass at St Peters as were other members of my family.
born and raised in abyssinia st holy c confirmation left in 1952 as a young fella now in me ole age  have been back several times would like to get back before the call up yonder comes hi to all from kitchener ont canada ujtizufl
Mandeville, La. USA I saw the Mass this morning and I would like to say, " It touched my heart to see so many people coming together as a group after the services were over. I would like to come to the Cathedral one day so I might feel the warmth that is reflected by the love of God within your realm.
Lived in Belfast from 1954 to 1965. Attended mass every Sunday in St. Peters and went to school at St. Vincents Primary. I still call Belfast "home" even though I have been in Canada for more years than I care to recall. Very fond memories, will be back one day for a catch up visit.
My parents were married at St Peters 29/6/1929, Mum was a Barnes, Kathleen Woods was her sister and the Woods family (Peter) are parishioners still.I have visited your beautiful Cathedral and city it left its mark on my heart.
I was brought up in the shadow of St Peter's .Was christened - made my first communion - confirmation-and married there I lived on Divis St -attended Boundary St school and St Comgalls. I still have the picture of Our Lady of Perpetual Help which my Mum bought at one of the lenten missions. I have fond memories of St Peter's. I was blessed with having two wonderful parents who are now deceased - by their example I still love my Irish Catholic roots. I was back a few years ago and visited the new church - it is beautiful and I felt as if I had never left. God Bless you for enabling us to see thru the website memories of home.
I live in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania USA. I attend mass with you often. Thank you for having me. God Bless.