Parish Of Birth
Irish College, Paris France
Details Of Ordination
Ballinhassig PP : 27/4/1925 – 4/2/1943
Watergrasshill PP : 14/1/1917 – 27/4/1925
Cathedral CC : 4/4/1907 – 14/1/1917
Glanmire CC : 20/2/1898 – 4/4/1907
Monkstown CC : 13/8/1893 – 20/2/1898
Chaplain, Presentation Convent, Bandon : 1/11/1890 – 13/8/1893
Ministry Abroad/Westminster, England : 1889 – 10/1890
In 1910, while serving as curate at the Cathedral, he was appointed as Chaplain to the Ancient Order of Hibernians, having at that time over 2000 members in Cork. He inaugurated the Tridium of the Order, and the special Mass for the members at the Cathedral on St. Patrick’s Day.
He went, as the Diocesan delegate, to the 29th Eucharistic Congress (6th. – 9th. September, 1928) in Sydney, Australia – where he spent several months.
He was a cousin of Very Rev. John B. Canon O?Mahony, P.P., Clontead, and Very Rev. John Mulcahy, P.P., Timoleague.
Date Of Death
Place Of Death
Parochial House, Ballinhassig, Co. Cork
Place Of Burial
Church of Mary, Mother of God Grounds, Ballygarvan, Co. Cork
His Lordship, Most Rev. Dr. Cohalan, Bishop of Cork, presided at the Solemn Requiem Mass at Church of Mary, Mother of God, Ballygarvan. Also in attendance was, His Lordship, Most Rev. Dr. Moynihan, Bishop of Ross. The celebrant of the Mass was, Fr. Richard J. Barrett, C.C., Cathedral; deacon was, Fr. Hugh O’Neill, C.F., Collins Barracks, Cork; sub-deacon was, Fr. John O’Mahony, C.C., Cathedral, and the master of ceremonies was, Fr. Jeremiah O’Mahony, C.C., Cathedral.
His cousin, Very Rev. John Mulcahy, P.P.
His cousin, Very Rev. John B. O’Mahony, P.P.