St. Joseph's Church, Tinryland Carlow
Tinryland Church was originally built in 1819 by Father Matthew Malone (1813-23) in the Cruciform style. J.K.L. (Bishop James Doyle) was Bishop-Elect of the diocese when he consecrated the new church. It was built on the site of a mud-walled chapel.
Church alterations took place in 1974 under architects Tyndall, Hogan & Hurley, Dublin; building contractors were the Carbery firm of Carlow. the three galleries with their stairs of stone were taken down. A new sanctuary area was constructed and a new alter and Baptismal font of Wicklow granite installed.
A Reaching Out weekly info publication is available in the church every weekend
|Parish Priest||Fr Liam Morgan|
|Contact||059-9131212 (Mobile 087-1337879)|
During office hours 9.00 a.m. to 5.00 pm from Monday to Friday, enquiries,
anniversary bookings, requests etc can be directed to Askea Parish Office,
Parish Centre, Askea.
|Mass Times||Weekday - Monday - Thursday 9.30 am, Friday 7.30 pm|
Weekend - Saturday- 7.30 pm Sunday- 11 am
|Newsletter||Newsletter items can be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org or left in
writing into letter box of Parochial House Tinryland by 8.00 pm on
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