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Parish of Allen

Parish Priest

William Byrne PP

Address
Milltown Cross, Milltown, Newbridge, Co. Kildare
Sunday
Due to COVID restrictions please check locally for Mass times
Tuesday
9:30 AM
Holy Day
Due to COVID restrictions please check locally for Mass times
Adoration every Tuesday 10 AM to 10.30 AM
Capacity at Masses in the Church of St Brigid is currently limited to 28 people due to COVID restrictions
Sunday
Due to COVID restrictions please check locally for Mass times
Thursday
9:30 AM
Holy Day
Due to COVID restrictions please check locally for Mass times
Adoration every Tuesday and Wednesday between 10 PM and 11 AM
Capacity for Masses in the Church of the Holy Trinity is limited to 50 people due to COVID restrictions
Sunday
9:30 AM; 10:30 AM
Saturday
6:30 PM
Monday
9:30 AM
Wednesday
9:30 AM
Friday
9:30 AM
Holy Day
Vigil Mass 6:30 PM, 12:00 PM
Sunday
Due to COVID restrictions please check locally for Mass times
Tuesday
9:30 AM
Holy Day
Due to COVID restrictions please check locally for Mass times
Adoration every Tuesday 10 AM to 10.30 AM
Capacity at Masses in the Church of St Brigid is currently limited to 28 people due to COVID restrictions

The present Church of St Brigid at Milltown was erected in 1817. An inserted tablet records that a Chapel of ease was erected here in 1817 by Rev. John Lawler P.P. and the subscription of the faithful. It was renovated and reroofed in 1961. The Rev. John Lawlor who erected the Church and the teacher’s recidence, was Parish Priest of Allen 1802 to 1830. He was a native of Morristown in the parish of Monasterevan. Two priests lie interred in the church, the Rev. Patrick Kelly who died on June 22nd 1837 aged 26 years, and the Rev. Joseph Fitzgerald who died on 22nd February 1853 aged 29 years. A portion of the east gable of an older chapel of the penal times still stands near the modern church. An even older church at Milltown or Ballymuillen is mentioned again in Dr McGeoghegan’s list of churches. The Church of St Brigid underwent major renovation in 2007/08.

Sunday
Due to COVID restrictions please check locally for Mass times
Thursday
9:30 AM
Holy Day
Due to COVID restrictions please check locally for Mass times
Adoration every Tuesday and Wednesday between 10 PM and 11 AM
Capacity for Masses in the Church of the Holy Trinity is limited to 50 people due to COVID restrictions

The church was designed by J. S. Butler in 1866. It was completed in 1869 at a cost of £4,000 and the first Mass was celebrated in the new church on Easter Sunday 1872.
The church was renovated in the 1920s Some minor repair work was carried out on the roof of the church in the early 1960s.
Following a number of months of renovation in 2003, the Church of the Holy Trinity was rededicated on 23rd November 2003 – the Feast of Christ the King – and was presided over by the Bishop of Kildare and Leighlin, Dr James Moriarty, and Fr Edward Moore PP.

Sunday
9:30 AM; 10:30 AM
Saturday
6:30 PM
Monday
9:30 AM
Wednesday
9:30 AM
Friday
9:30 AM
Holy Day
Vigil Mass 6:30 PM, 12:00 PM

The Tin Chapel in Allenwood was opened in April 1890. School classes were held in that chapel from 1890-1929.
The present Church of the Immaculate Conception in Allenwood was built by the Very Rev Edward Byrne and opened in 1954. The interior of Allenwood Church was extensively renovated in 2012.

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Fr. Willie Byrne – Chairperson, Board of Management

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