Things to See and Do

Tóchar Walk Reek Sunday 31st July 2022

For Reek Sunday 2022, there will be a guided walk of the Tóchar Phádraig on Sunday 31st July   REGISTRATION FROM 8:30AM IN BALLINTUBBER ABBEY – WALK DEPARTING AT 9:00AM   REGISTRATION FEE €15   Please use this quick online form to express your intention to do the walk, including whether you will require a bus back...

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Ballintubber Abbey on Churchtv.ie

Ballintubber Abbey is on Churchtv.ie   You can view Mass live at churchtv.ie/ballintubber. Check post on our home page or our Newsletter for times. Camera can also be switched on for weddings.  We thank Croan McCormack USA and Castlebar for donating this service in memory of his late father, Sargent Michael McCormack, Ballyglass & Garryduff.  Michael...

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Our Noticeboard

We thank the Family of Patrick & Margaret Vahey Gillen, USA for donating the Noticeboard on the grounds of the Abbey in their memory. Anyone wishing to have a notice on the board please forward it to the Ballintubber Abbey Office info@ballintubberabbey.ie.  

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Mass Times in our Parish

Ballintubber Abbey Mass Schedule  Sunday 11.00am Tuesday 7:30pm Friday  7:30pm   Other Churches in the Parish                               Carnacon    Saturday 7.30 pm  Monday 8.00pm Wednesday 8.00pm       Killawalla Sunday 10.00am Thursday 7.00pm   Holy Days: Evening Masses on the eve or the...

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Ballintubber Abbey Tour Guides win CIE Tours International Annual Awards of Excellence

Congratulations to our Tour Guides: Muriel Barry, Shane McHale, Claire Murphy & Con Lydon.  In Dublin, Tuesday 28th January 2020: Mayo tourism received a boost today with the news that  Ballintubber Abbey, Ashford Castle, The Lodge at Ashford Castle, were each presented with Merit Awards at the CIE Tours International Annual Awards of Excellence which...

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Planning Your Wedding At Ballintubber Abbey

For wedding enquiries, please contact Teresa at info@ballintubberabbey.ie or on 09490 30934. 

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Reconstruction at Ballintubber Abbey

Today’s task is the reconstruction of the East Wing of Ballintubber Abbey, reflecting modern architectural design, for which planning has been granted. We hope that this will provide: (A) An Interactive Learning Centre, exploring the pilgrim paths and centres of learning of the medieval ages, that contributed so much to Europe’s Christian identity, heritage and foundational...

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Ballintubber Abbey from the Sky – 2016

Take a very special tour of Ballintubber Abbey from the sky courtesy of Alan Clarke –  to mark 800 years of prayer and worship at this very historical location.   

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Baptismal Font

This Baptismal Font, which is used in the Abbey today, belongs to the old Monastery in the Graveyard and is over 1,000 years old. Therefore it was in use before the Reformation and indeed before the split in the Catholic Church dividing Rome and Constantinople. It is therefore a symbol of past Church Unity and...

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Mother and Child by Br Joseph McNally

This statue was cast by Brother Joseph McNally, a native of Ballintubber, who was a renowned sculptor and artist in Singapore. It was modelled on the statue of “Our Lady of Ballintubber” which was made by Professor Haerkner of the National College of Art, Dublin in 1973. Here Mary’s expression of courage and hope is...

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