St. Joseph’s Church, Ballymount

Welcome back! We are delighted to announce that we can return to Mass with a congregation from Sunday May 16th. Though we have felt your prayers while saying Mass through the live webcam. We are so happy to have you present in the church with us. While it is great to have you back, we just want to remind you to still abide by the safety regulations.


-Wear face masks

-Hand sanitise on entering the church

-Respect social distancing

-Enter by one door and exit by another, following the stewards directions.


Sunday 8.30am

Saint Joseph’s Catholic Church is a an attractive building, in good condition, which is a prominent landmark in the locality, notably on the Kilcullen-Athy road. The church is simple in plan and appearance, with the walls articulated by simple pointed-arch or lancet window openings. The church is distinguished through the placement of a tower to south-east that articulates the skyline and which identifies the church in the landscape. The church is of considerable social interest, forming the religious or ecclesiastical centre of the region. Items of artistic interest include the stained glass windows to the nave walls and the gates to the gateway to south-west, which are also a fine example of early surviving iron work.