Churches, Parish Offices & Centres
About the Parish
The parish of Ashford was formed in 1864 when it split from Wicklow to become a separate parish. It includes the entire civil parish of Killiskey together with part of the civil parishes of Rathnew, Glenealy, Kilcommon, Derrylossary, and Upper & Lower Newcastle. The parish covers an area of approx. 10,200ha.
Church of the Most Holy Rosary, Ashford
St. Joseph’s Church, Glenealy
|Holy Days||Vigil 7.30pm|
If Holy Day falls on a Monday there is no Vigil Mass, Mass will be at 7.30pm on the Monday.
Sacraments & Services
Note: At least one month’s notice is required. Attendance at a ‘Parent’s Preparation meeting’ is also required.
Please make your booking through the Parish Office (0404-61699).
See our Sacraments page for full details: Sacraments
History of Ashford & Glenealy
The parish of Ashford was formed in 1864.
The Church of the Most Holy Rosary in Ashford recently celebrated its 100th anniversary, and St. Joseph’s Church in Rathnew is even older.
Read about the history of the Church of the Most Holy Rosary in Ashford and St. Joseph’s Church in Glenealy: