Very Rev. James O’Sullivan PP


Parish Of Birth
Clonakilty / Darrara

Colleges Attended
Irish College, Paris France

Details Of Ordination
St. Patrick’s Pro-Cathedral, Skibbereen, Co. Cork

Aughadown PP : 09/1889 – 11/6/1926

Castlehaven Adm : 01/1886 – 09/1889

Skibbereen CC : 05/1884 – 01/1886

Kilmacabea CC : 03/1878 – 05/1884

Rosscarbery CC : 05/1875 – 03/1878

Aughadown CC : 1871 – 05/1875

Cape Clear CC : 1870 – 1871

He was an uncle of Fr. Timothy O’Sullivan, C.C., Rosscarbery.
At the time of his appointment as Parish Priest of Aughadown, the parish required a church. He travelled to America to raise funds for the project, and as a result he was instrumental for the building of the Church of the Most Holy Rosary at Kilcoe in 1905.

Date Of Death

Place Of Burial
Church of the Most Holy Rosary Grounds, Kilcoe, Co. Cork (Aughadown Parish)

His Lordship, Most Rev. Dr. Roche, Bishop of Ross, presided at the Solemn Requiem Mass. The celebrant of the Mass was, Fr. David Crowley, C.C., Skibbereen; deacon was Fr. William. Young, C.C., Baltimore Fishery Schools; sub-deacon was, Fr. Edward Lambe, C.C., Union Hall, and the master of ceremonies was, Fr. Patrick Cahalane, C.C., Skibbereen.

Associated Links
His nephew, Fr. Timothy J. O’Sullivan