Parish Of Birth
Irish College, Paris France
Details Of Ordination
St. Vincent’s Convent Chapel, Peacock Lane, Cork
Douglas CC : 9/11/1903 – 4/3/1916
Chaplain, Cork Workhouse : 18/9/1901 – 9/11/1903
Chaplain, Bon Secours Convent : 27/2/1896 – 18/9/1901
St. Finbarr’s Seminary, Farranferris/Dean : 13/11/1892 – 27/2/1896
As Chaplain to the Bon Secours Convent he also had some pastoral duties at Ss. Peter & Paul’s.
He was a highly cultured priest, and his tastes led him to literary, artistic and musical pursuits. As a writer he was associated with the Journal of the Ivernian Society of which he was the principal editor. He had a keen appreciation of music, someimes taking the place of his friend and organ tutor Mr Theo Gmur, at Ss. Peter & Paul’s Church. As a student of art he attained considerable repute. His strong point was portraiture. To attain success as an artist he studied in Munich and London.
Date Of Death
Place Of Death
Mercy Hospital, Cork
Place Of Burial
St. Joseph’s Cemetery, Cork
His Lordship, Most Rev. Dr. Coholan, Assistant Bishop of Cork, was the celebrant of the Solemn Requiem Mass, at Ss. Peter & Paul’s Church; deacon was, Fr. Michael O’Sullivan, C.C., Cathedral; sub-deacon was, Fr. Denis O’Flynn, C.C., St. Finbarr’s West (The Lough), and the master of ceremonies was, Fr. Philip C. McSweeney, C.C., St. Finbarr’s South.