Very Rev. Timothy McCarthy PP


Parish Of Birth

Colleges Attended
Irish College, Paris France

Details Of Ordination
Good Shepherd Convent Chapel, Cork

Passage West PP : 12/1/1922 – 23/3/1941

Glounthaune CC : 21/4/1907 – 12/1/1922

Innishannon CC : 25/6/1900 – 21/4/1907

Clontead CC : 22/2/1897 – 25/6/1900

Chaplain, Good Shepherd Convent : 27/2/1896 – 22/2/1897

Kilbrittain CC : 10/1/1893 – 27/2/1896

Drimoleague CC : 15/5/1892 – 10/1/1893

Chaplain, Reparation Convent : 04/1892 – 15/5/1892

He was a nephew of Very Rev. John Murphy, P.P., Drimoleague (1887-1897), a brother of Fr. Wm. McCarthy, C.C., Inchigeela(1892-1894) (whom he succeded as Curate at Kilbrittain), a cousin of Fr. Eugene Murphy, C.C., Clontead(1900-1902), and of Very Rev. Robert Burts, P.P., Monkstown (1939-1945).
At Glounthaune he took an active part in the fight for the rights of tenant farmers.
As Parish Priest of Passage West, he took a deep interest in the Catholic Young Men?s Society (C.Y.M.S.), and was instrumental in making it the success it was in Passage West.

Date Of Death

Place Of Death
The Presbyery, Passage West, Co. Cork

Place Of Burial
St. Mary’s Church Grounds, Passage West, Co. Cork

His Lordship, Most Rev. Dr. Cohalan, Bishop of Cork, presided at the Solemn Requiem Mass. The celebrant of the Mass was, Fr. Robert J. Burts, P.P., Monkstown (cousin); deacon was, Fr. Daniel J. McCarthy, C.C., Haulbowline; sub-deacon was, Fr. Tadhg O’Murchu, Colaiste Barra, Farranferris and the master of ceremonies was, Fr. Richard J. Barrett, C.C., St. Mary’s Cathedral, Cork.

Associated Links
His brother, Fr. William
His uncle, Very Rev. John Murphy, PP
His cousin, Fr. Eugene Murphy, CC
His cousin, Very Rev. Robert Burts, PP