Events at Ampleforth Abbey

Following the Government advice on measures to reduce transmission of Coronavirus, we have closed all parts of the Ampleforth Abbey site to visitors and residential guests.  Click here to learn more about live streaming from the Abbey Church.

To download a copy of our 2020 Pastoral Programme, please click here, or alternatively view our events listing below, where you can also make an online booking.

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Scripture is at the centre of everything the Church does. The word of God shapes our prayer and
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A number of different people have shared time together on retreat at Ampleforth and discovered
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The title of this retreat is inspired by Derek Walcott’s poem of the same name, a poem which goes on
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The Ancient Church Fathers and Monks were aware of Eight Preoccupations which could divert or
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Scripture is at the centre of everything the Church does. The word of God shapes our prayer and
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It is often difficult to find the interior silence needed to hear God’s voice amidst the busy and
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Inspired by Richard Rohr's book Falling Upwards this retreat will explore the second half of life
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Scripture is at the centre of everything the Church does. The word of God shapes our prayer and
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Eric Erikson’s psychosocial theory proposed eight stages of human development, the final stage being