Church of the Nativity (Roman Catholic)
Fr. Richard Mathhews, Kilcormac
Eve of Sunday Vigil Mass: 18:30
Holidays: as announced
Tuesday & Friday: 10:00
Located in the heart of the town, the church exists in it’s present form since 1867. It is home to a famous 16th century pieta. More information on the church and the pieta can be found in the local history section (coming soon).
St Finnian’s Church (Church of Ireland)
Revd Michael Johnston0505 47164
9.00am 2nd & 4th Sundays of the month
7.30pm 1st & 3rd Sundays of the month
On a 5th Sunday a Group Service takes place, as announced,
at 11.00am in one of the four churches in the Group.
The Church of Ireland parish of Ballyboy, which includes Kilcormac and its surroundings, is united with that of Kinnitty, and they are now part of the Shinrone Group of Parishes. Since the closure of St Mary’s Church in Ballyboy in 1987 services for both parishes now take place in St Finnian’s Church, Kinnitty. Built in 1851 it includes some wonderful stained glass from the An Tur Gloine studio in Dublin, as well as having behind it the unusual pyramid-shaped vault of the Bernard family of Kinnitty Castle.