Very Rev. Denis O’Donoghue PP

Deceased

Parish Of Birth
Bandon

Colleges Attended
Irish College, Paris France

Details Of Ordination
Irish College Chapel, Paris
1839

Appointments
Tracton PP : 1867 – 26/4/1877

Enniskeane PP : 1858 – 1867

Desertserges PP : 1856 – 1858

Cathedral CC : 1850 – 1856

Ss. Peter & Paul’s CC : 1849 – 1850

Courceys CC : 1842 – 1849

Schull CC : 1839 – 1842

Notes
The Parish of Desertserges refered to in the Appoinments is now part of the Parish of Enniskeane – the amalgamation occured following the death (23/8/1858) of Fr Donal A. O’Suilleabhain, P.P., Enniskeane.
He was the older brother of Fr. Daniel O’Donoghue, C.C., Cathedral (1845 -1846) and an uncle of of Fr. James O’Mahony, C.C., Innishannon (1881 – 1882).

Date Of Death
26/4/1877

Place Of Death
Parochial House, Minane Bridge, Co. Cork

Place Of Burial
Sacred Heart Church Vaults, Minane Bridge, Co. Cork

Obituary
Very Rev. Dean Henry Neville, V.G., South Parish, Cork, presided at the Solemn Requiem Mass. The celebrant of the Mass was, Very Rev. Denis Canon McSweeney, P.P., Carrigaline; deacon was, Very Rev. John Walsh, P.P., Clontead; sub-deacon was, Fr. John O’Connor, Chaplain, Spike Island Convict Depot, and the master of ceremonies was, Fr. Patrick Hurley, C.C., Cathedral.

Associated Links
His brother, Fr. Daniel
His nephew, Fr. James O’Mahony, CC