Brigittine Monastery chapel, Amity, ORName of Church Brigittine Monastery/Priory of Our Lady of Consolation

Address 23300 Walker Lane, Amity, Oregon 97107

Phone number (503) 835-8080


Mass times Monday – Saturday, 8 a.m., Sunday, noon. Mass is celebrated by the community’s chaplain, who is occasionally unable to make it.

Confessions None scheduled. The community is made up of brothers, not priests, so it is best to plan to go to confession at your parish church.

Special features The community attempts to be self-supporting through the sale of gourmet fudge. The gift shop is next to the chapel and is open Monday – Saturday, 9 a.m. – 5 p.m. and Sunday, 1 – 5 p.m. Or you may order the fudge online on their website.

Brigittine Monastery statue on grounds, Amity, ORMusic The Mass is sung. The monks also sing vespers each evening at 5:30 p.m.

Community The community is made up of six brothers and two postulants.

Fellow parishioners Local residents and tourists.

Parking No problem.

Additional observations The Brigittine community was founded in 1370 by St. Birgitta of Sweden; its monks existed from the 14th to the 19th century. The Brigittine monks were refounded in 1976 by Brother Benedict Kirby. Its members wear a grey habit, and are devoted to prayer and contemplation. In addition to Mass, the monks sing the Liturgy of the Hours, say the rosary and engage in spiritual reading. The brothers are especially committed to praying for the souls in purgatory and for the conversion of sinners. The Brigittine Monastery, chapel interior, Amity, ORcommunity does not engage in any active apostolic works; they are quiet contemplatives.