Rev. Laurence Cummins CC


Parish Of Birth

Colleges Attended
Irish College, Paris France

Details Of Ordination
Irish College, Paris, France

Kinsale CC : 14/7/1889 – 1/11/1900

Drinagh CC : 1882 – 14/7/1889

Murragh and Templemartin CC : 1880 – 1882

Muintir Bhaire CC : 1879 – 1880

Chaplain, Convent of Carmelites (Discalced) : 1879 – 1879

He was a brother of Fr. Daniel Cummins, Cp. (ret), a nephew of Fr. Jeremiah Cummins, P.P., Murragh & Templemartin (1871-1892),and a cousin of Very Rev. Jeremiah Canon Fehily, P.P., Ss. Peter & Paul’s (1939-1962).
His appointment as curate at Muintir Bhaire was of a duration of only a few weeks. In the parish of Murragh & Templemartin, he was curate to his uncle – Very Rev. Jeremiah Cummins.
For a history of the Convent of Carmelites (Discalced) in Cork, we would recommend – A history of the Diocese of Cork – the Episcopacy of William Delany, 1847 – 1886, by Evelyn Bolster, p. 116 – 127.

Date Of Death

Place Of Death
Presbytery, Kinsale, Co. Cork

Place Of Burial
St. Patrick’s Cemetery, Bandon. Co. Cork

His Lordship, Most Rev. Dr. O’Callaghan, Bishop of Cork, presided at the Solemn Requiem Mass at St. John the Baptist Church, Kinsale. The celebrant of the Mass was, Fr. Thomas Barrett, C.C., St. Finbarr’s South; deacon was, Fr. Cornelius Coakley, C.C., Kilbrittain; sub-deacon was, Fr. Timothy Murphy, C.C, Tracton, and the master of ceremonies was, Fr. James O’Leary, C.C., Kinsale.