The community in Kylemore is already looking ahead to a new future for monastic life in this beautiful place.

About

Kylemore Abbey in County Galway, has been a Benedictine Monastery since 1920 and remains so today. The Abbey, which was once a romantic castle belonging to a wealthy family, was built in the 19th Century by Mitchell Henry. The nuns ran an international boarding school and established a day school for local girls, the school closed in June 2010. In 2012, the Benedictine community launched a development plan to preserve the beauty and tranquility of the place, and to welcome visitors for recreation, education, and renewal.

Mission

The vision for the development of Kylemore Abbey is being planned to strengthen and consolidate every aspect of Kylemore Abbey’s mission. Great care will be given to preserving the beauty and tranquility of the institution. The American Capital Campaign in New York is pleased to support Kylemore Abbey.

Support

Your gift will help the Benedictine Nuns who have called Kylemore home since the 1920’s make the changes needed to keep Kylemore Abbey a place of worship and spirituality. We are currently raising funds to build the nuns a purpose built monastery. You can also acknowledge your Irish heritage and the land of your forebears by making a gift in the memory of a loved one. Please go to the Help US tab for more information.

We are thankful to those who contribute, by doing so you enrich the important and historic link between America and Ireland.

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