Our site tells you about the Malahide Carmelites and also tells you about the option for God that is the vocation of a Carmelite and keeps you up to date on times of masses, prayer services, etc. and of any special occasions, such as talks, retreats, etc.
Members of the local community are welcome to join the sisters for prayer but should remember that the times are subject to the occasional change.
If you are interested in our contemplative way of life and would like to find out more, call to see us.
A large selection of Cards are available from our shop. Mass Cards & Sympathy Cards are now in stock.
To be a visible praying community
in the tradition of St Teresa of Avila, in the context of our culture and environs.
We are a women’s contemplative community, part of the worldwide Carmelite family in the tradition of St. Teresa of Avila and St. John of the Cross. We trace our origin to a small group of Irish Women who came together in Dublin c. 1640 to begin living Carmel. Eventually they settled in Ranelagh and were there for almost 200 years until moving to Seapark, Malahide in 1975.