Church of Ireland

Around Carlow
County Wexford

St. Mary’s Church of Ireland, Bunclody, Co. Wexford

One of the rich architectural heritage of Bunclody in north County Wexford is a Roman Catholic church Saint Mary’s Church of Ireland. There are four churches in the Bunclody union in the Diocese of Ferns: Saint Mary’s, Bunclody (Newtownbarry), Saint Fiaac’s, Clonegal (Moyacombe), Saint Paul’s, Kildavin (Barragh), and Saint Brigid’s, Kilrush (Ballinabearna), and the parishes […]

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Around Carlow
County Laois

Killeshin Church of Ireland, Co. Laois

Killeshin Church of Ireland is an Anglican church also known as Killeshin Church Graiguecullen is located at Ballickmoyler Road in Graiguecullen. It`s only 1,2 km from the centre of Carlow Town. The spire of the church is clearly visible from the hill in Carlow Town Park. This church which dates back to c1827, was designed […]

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5km from Carlow Town
Carlow Attractions
Churches

Cloydah Church

Cloydagh Church is a “Church of Ireland” church covering a small area around Clogrennan, Co. Carlow. Also known as Church of Saint John the Evangelist, Saint Johns Church of Ireland. The church was built at the expense of the late Board of First Fruits in 1803 and was reconstructed around 1870. It is one of […]

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Carlow Attractions
Churches

St. Osnadhs Church in Kellistown

One of many Anglican churches built in Ireland during the ” First fruits” act. Catholics were expected to pay tithes for funding their building. It’s caused much resentment as these building occur at the same time as Catholic emancipation and this tithe tax was unfair. The Catholics eventually refused to pay. Lots of these abandoned […]

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Churches

St. Mary`s Church of Ireland

Carlow was an important town in the Middle Ages and his parish church stood then in the place currently occupied by St. Mary`s Church of Ireland, also called the parish church of the Virgin Mary. Therefore St. Marys Church of Ireland is in a place that has been of great religious significance for centuries. In […]

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