The Minister of State for Northern Ireland, MP Steve Baker, has met with clergy and volunteers from the Roman Catholic and Church of Ireland Cathedrals in Armagh as part of his new role.
Mr Baker started his visit at the Roman Catholic Cathedral in Armagh, where he met clergy and members of the Cathedrals' Partnership.
He then travelled across the city to visit St Patrick's Church of Ireland Cathedral.
There he met with the Church of Ireland's Archbishop John McDowell and the Very Revd Peter McAnenly who is the administrator of St Patrick's Roman Catholic Cathedral.
Mr Baker also visited Armagh Robinson Library and met the Dean Shane Forster who also holds the office of Keeper of Armagh Robinson Library.
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