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Magtiire & Ga-tcHell, 

LIMITED, 
ARE KNOWN AS LEADING SPECIALISTS IN 

Heating & Ventilating, Plumbing & Drainage, 

Electric Lighting, Cooking & Laundry Apparatus, 

General Domestic Engineering. 

They invite all persons controlling orders to place the arrange- 
ment and execution of work with them, as they employ the most 
skilled Engineers, Electricians, Fitters, Plumbers, Carpenters, 
Masons, etc., for new appliances or repairs. 

MAGUIRE & GATCHELL jfeld an enormous stock which enables 
them to carry out any contract promptly. Cooking Apparatus, 
Laundry Apparatus, Steam and Hot Water Boilers, Radiators 
Pipes and Valves ; Heating and Ventilating Installations 
Chimney Pieces ; Economic Grates, Hearths and Curbs 
Modern Baths, Lavatories, Sanitary Appliances, Drainage Work 
Electric Light Installations, etc., etc. 

MAGUIRE & GATCHELL can refer to numerous Buildings and 
Institutions fitted with their Improved Modern Appliances and 
Engineering Work: St. Patrick's, St. Mel's, Tuam; Ballina, 
Kildare, Sligo, Waterford and Queenstown Cathedrals; Maynooth, 
Mungret, Blackrock, Trinity, Royal University, Clongowes Wood, 
Marino, Clontarf, De La Salle, Waterford; Marlborough Street, 
Dublin, Colleges; also hundreds of Churches, Convents, Schools, 
Hospitals, Hotels, Clubs, Restaurants and Private Residences 
throughout the country, and in Fair Street Schools, Southwark, 
Trundley Road Schools; Hackford Road School, Brixton; Dept- 
ford Board Schools, etc., etc, 

Haguire & Gatclicll, ltd., 

* 7, 9, 10, 13, 14 & 15 DAWSON STREET, DUBLIN. 



MAGUIRE & GATCHELL were especially selected by the Board 
of Works to instal Electric Lighting and to provide and lay all the 
C&st Iron Drainage Plant for the Vice-Regal Lodge, Private- 
Secretary's Lodge/Dublin Castle Hospital, etc. 

2 



Ma^taire & GaicHeil, 

r LIMITED, 

ENGINEERS, CONTRACTORS & MERCHANTS, 
7, 9, 10, 13, 14 & 15 Dawson Street, Dublin. 



DEPARTMENTS. 



1. Sanitary Reform of Bindings, 

comprising all Sanitary Inspections 
and Reports and Sanitary Works, 
Drainage, Sewage Disposal. Water 
Supply, 

II. Plumbing Work of Buildings, 

Sanitary Appliances, Baths, Lavatories, 
Troughs, Sinks, Hot Water Service 
throughout buildings, as fixed by us 
in over 4,000 houses. 

Cold Water supplied to Reaidences 
aud Farms, from wells, rivers, and lakes, 
by modern Engines, Pumps and Rams. 

I II. I mproved Heating Apparatus for 

Churches, Convents, Dwelling-houses, 
arid Dryingrooms of Laundries. 

IV. Ventilating Buildings- 
Ventilating Appliances under various 
systems. 

V. Kitchen Fitting- 
Central Cooking Ranges, on the 
Continental system. 

Steam Cooking Apparatus, Improved 
Steam Generators, Copper Steamers 
and Boilers, Hot Closets, etc. 

Kitchen Ranges, The Eagle, Kooksjoie* 
Flavels, and other best makes. Over 
3,000 Kitchen Ranges supplied and 
fixed. 

VI. Kitchen Furnishing 

Saucepans, Stewpans, Cooking Utensils, 
Copper Shapes, Copper Goods, Brushes, 
Turnery, Bowls, Tubs, Sieves, Trays. 

VII. Laundry Fitting Laundry 
Boilers, Laundry Troughs, Sanitary 
Washing Troughs, Dryingrooms 
Mangles, Wringers, Ironing Stoves, etc. 

VIII. Electric Lighting 
Bell-hanging, Telephones, Lightning 
Conductors, as fixed for Westport 
Convent Schools, etc., etc. 



IX. Mantelpieces Marble Mantel- 
pieces, Wood Mantelpieces, Metal Mantel- 
pieces, Overmantels 300 in Stock. 

X. Tiled Hearths Tiled Panels for 
Fireplaces, Marble Hearths. 

XI. Fire Grates The Bell, Eagle, 
Nautilis, Bush, Hue, Devon and many 
others. Slow Combustion Stoves 
'. nthracite, Esse, Eagle, etc. 

Fenders and Fiie Irons A large 
variety of patterns. 

XII. Iron Work Smith's Work, 
Gates, Railings (see St. Stephen's, 
Green), Art Wrought -iron Work, 
Ecclesiastical Iron Work. 

XIII. Gas Plants, for Petrol and 
Acetylene. Gas Pendants, Brackets, 
Hall Lamps, Lanterns, Church 
Standards, etc. 

XIV. House Furnishing Hardware 
Japanned Ware, Brushes, Turnery, 
Brass and Copper Goods, Coal Vases, 
etc., etc. 

XV. Cutlery Rodgers' Table 
Cutlery, Maguire's Table Cutlery, ex- 
ceptionally favourable rates. 

XVI. Electro-Plated Ware 

Dixon and Sons' Wholesale and Retail 
Agents for Spoons, Forks, etc. 

XVII. Lamps & Chandlery Safety, 
Table, Pillar and Suspension Lamps ; 
Duplex Lamps, Candles, Soaps, etc. 

XVIII. Table Glass and China- 
Dinner, Tea, Breakfast Services, 
Tumblers, Glasses, Vases, Bowls, 
Plates, Dishes, etc. 

XIX. Beams and Scales 

Weighing Machines, Weights, Measures, 
Appliances, Weights and Measures 
Acts, etc. 

XX. Parcel Office For reception, 
storage, and daily delivery of goodt. 
Daily Van Deliveries Kingstown, 
Killiney, and Suburbs, 11 a.m. 



Truly Catholic and wholly Catholic in 
every sense of the word. 

All sorts and conditions of Catholics join 
in hailing 

The Universe 

as 

THE IDEAL CATHOLIC ORGAN 

A striking proof of the growing popularity of 

TTbC ZOlniVCrse is that at 2d. its circulation 

is double to what it was at id. 

Every Catholic should be a regular reader 

Universe. 



Give your newsagent a standing order (EVERY 
FRIDAY, PRICE 2d.), or if you have any 
difficulty, send a cheque for half-a-guinea to 

The Manager and Secretary, 

iflniveree, 

EFFINGHAM HOUSE, 
ARUNDEL STREET, 

LONDON, W.C. 2,, 



and that will ensure the delivery of 

every Friday Morning for one year. 



Advertisers" findj^UbC TUtttVCtSC -an excellent 
investment. 



Established 1866. Jp Telephone 2745. 

JAS. ROONETiT'S 

Oelehrated Mixtures. 




Cigarette 
Manufacturer. MKeMH Importer. 



TRADE MARK 



17 Suffolk Street, Dublin. 

Corpo Santo Altar Wine 

IMPORTANT NOTICE. This wine is made 
under the supervision of the Irish Dominican 
Fathers, at their Vineyards, Lumiar, Lisbon. 
Every possible precaution is taken by the 
Fathers to insure that the Wine conforms in 
the strictest possible degree with the Canonical 
Laws, and it is therefore, important to note that 
1 At no time has the process of fermentation been 
retarded or stopped by artificial or unnatural means. 
2 It is free from added spirits. 

3 It is, therefore, the fully fermented pure juice of 
the grape and dry in quality. 

CANTWELL & M 'DONALD, 

WELLINGTON QUAY, DUBLIN. 




Daly's Special Liqueur 
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y OHN DALY CO.E? 

Caroline Street ' 



CORK. 



Established AD 1773 



Trade Mark,* 




UNIVERSITY COLLEGE, 

CORK. 

(A Constituent College of the National University of Ireland.) 



Full Courses for Degrees and Diplomas in 

ARTS COMMERCE 

CELTIC STUDIES AGRICULTURE 
SCIENCE LAW 

MEDICINE EDUCATION 

DENTISTRY JOURNALISM 

ENGINEERING MUSIC 

Full particulars as to the Conditions and Cost of obtaining 
these Degrees and Diplomas, with all other information as 
to the College, its facilities and Scholarships, may be obtained 
on application. 

The College has a number of valuable SCHOLARSHIPS, 

full particulars of which can be obtained gratis on appli- 
cation to The Registrar at the College. 

The College has playing grounds 15 acres in extent, 
available for all kinds of games. 

The HONAN HOSTEL provides comfortable accom- 
modation for Catholic Men Students at a very moderate 
charge. Chapel and Resident Chaplain. For full particulars 

apply to The Warden. 

A List of recognised Lodgings, approved by the President 
and the Deans of Residence, is available for the use of 
parents and guardians. Apply to the Secretary. 



ESTABLISHED 1824. 



CDomas, 
William 

AN* 

Jobn 



Kcllo, 



Dublin. 



W respectfully solicit from the HIERARCHY tad OLKROV 
continuance of their valued patronage for the 

Pure fllfar Wine, 

imported by us for the use of the Altar, and which we have lot 

three generations supplied throughout Ireland, England and the 

Colonies. 

Price per Dozen on application* 

(BOTTLES FREE & CARRIAGE PAID). 

2s B per dozen allowed for Altar Wine Bottles when returned 
carriage paid. 

RICH - Green Label and Capsule. 

MEDIUM = Red Label and Capsule, 
DRY - = - Blue Label and Capsule. 
In other WINES, also SPIRITS, we hold a large and 
well-assorted stock. 

LISTS ON APPLICATION. 
NO CONNECTION WITH ANY OTHER FIRM IN THE TRADE. 

Telephone Dublin 1612. 
Wires and Cables " Threekays, Dublin." 



89 LOWER GARDINER STREET, DUBLIN. 

1 & 2 WESTMORELAND STREET, DUBLIN. 

Ntxt Baa* ol 



THE 



rish Nathalie gimtorg 

AND 

ALMANAC 



FOR 



190 



COMPLETE DIRECTORY IN ENGLISH. 




Supmorum, 



DUBLIN : 

JAMES DUFFY AND CO., LTD., 
38 WESTMORELAND STREET. 

1920. 



Price fs. net; Per Post, 55. 6d. net. 



entered at Stationers 9 hall 



NOTE. 

All communications respecting Advertisements should be 
addressed to the Publishers and Proprietors, MESSRS. JAMES 
DUFFY & Co., LTD., 38 WESTMORELAND STREET, DUBLIN, 
and whatever is intended for insertion in those parts of " THE 
IRISH CATHOLIC DIRECTORY " should be sent to 
them before November i$th. 



Printed by JAMES DUFFY & Co., Limited, 
38 WESTMORELAND STREET, DUBLIN. 



PREFACE. 



1. The IRISH CATHOLIC DIRECTORY is published annually 
in January. 

2. Communications for the Editor are to be addressed to 
" The Editor of the Irish Catholic Directory, St. Patrick's 
College, Maynooth." 

3. Communications which are intended for publication 
should be in the hands of the Editor before the i5th of 
November. 

4. All communications respecting Advertisements should 
be addressed to the Publishers, Messrs. JAMES DUFFY & Co., 
Ltd., 38 Westmoreland Street, Dublin. 



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CONTENTS. 



PAGB 

CIVIL CALENDAR, 1920 . . . . . . . . ix-xx 

Chronological Cycles, 1920 .. .. .. .. xxi 

General Calendar from 1850 to 1950 . . . . xxii, xxiii 

The Seasons, 1920 . . . . , . . . . . xxiv 

Eclipses, 1920 . . . . . . . . . . xxiv 

Movable Feasts, 1920 .. . . . . . . . . xxiv 

Table of Movable Feasts . . . . . . . . xxv 

Holidays of Obligation, 1920 . . * . . . . xxv 

Abrogated Holidays of Obligation . . . . x . . xxvi 

Plenary Indulgences . . . . . . . . . . xxvi 

Fasting Days . . . . . . . . . . xxvi 

Days of Abstinence . . . . . . . . . . xxvi 

Ember Days . . . . . . . . . . xxvii 

Rogation Days , . . . . . . . . . xxvii 

CENSUS OP IRELAND, 1911 : 

General Summary . . . . . . . . xxvii i 

Religious Statistics . . . . . . . . xxx 

Educational Statistics . . . . , . . . xxxiii 

The Irish Language . . . . . . xxxviii, xxxix 

Emigration . . . . . . . . xxxix, xl, xli 

Catholic Peers of Great Britain and Ireland . . . . xlix 

Catholic Members of the House of Lords . . . . . . xlix 

Catholic Lords who are not Peers, but bearing Courtesy Titles 1 

Catholic Baronets . . . . . . . . . . 1 

Catholic Knights . . . . . . . . . . lj 

Catholic Members of- the Privy Council . . . , . . li 

Catholic Judges . . . . . . . . . . Hi 

Catholic Members of Parliament for Ireland . . . . lii 

Catholic Members of Parliament for England . . . . liii 

Roman Counts . . . . . . . . . . liii 

Postal Regulations . . . . . . . . . , > xlii 

Stamp Duties . . . . . . . . . , xlv 



VI. CONTENTS. 

DIRECTORY FOR THE LAITY FOB THE YEAR 1919 



PAGE 
0) 



ROMAN REGISTER. 

Complete List of the Roman Pontiffs 

The Catholic Hierarchy 

Cardinal Bishops 

Cardinal Priests 

Cardinal Deacons 

Summary of Catholic Sees 

Latin Rite 

Oriental Rites 
The Roman Congregations and Tribunals 



117 
119 
120 
120 
123 
124 
124 
125 
127 



IRISH ECCLESIASTICAL REGISTER 
Archbishops and Bishops ot' Ireland . . 



131 
133 



PROVENCE OF ARMAGH. 



I. Diocese of Armagh 

II. Meath 

III. Ardagh 

IV. Clogher 

V. Derry 



134 
142 
148 
153 
15S 



VI. Diocese of Down and 

Connor 

VII. Diocese of Dromore . 



VIII. 
IX. 



Kilmore 
Raphoe 



162 
169 
172 
176 



PROVINCE OF DUBLIN. 



X. Diocese of Dublin 

XI. Kildare and 

Leighlin, 



179 | XII. Dioces of Ferns . . 215 
XIII. Ossory .. 222 
209 ' 



PROVINCE OF CASHEL. 



XIV. Archdiocese of Cashel 

and Diocese of Emly 

XV. Diocese of Cloyne 

XVI. Cork 

XVII. Kerry 



XVIII. Diocese of Killaloe 254 

228 ! XIX. Limerick 259 

234 XX. Ross . . 265 
241 I XXI. Water- 

249 ford and Lismore 267 



PROVINCE OF TUAM. 



XXII. Archdiocese of Tuam 275 

XXIII. Diocese oflAchonry 282 

XXIV. Clonfert 286 

XXV. Elphin ,. 290 



XXVI. United Dioceses of 
Galway & Kilmacduagh 296 

XXVII. Diocese of Kilfenora 297 



XXVIII. 



Killala 301 



Telephone No. 464. 



High-Class 

Clerical 

Tailoring 



Registered Telegraphic 

Address : 
"NANOC, DUBLIN." 



AT 

CASH 

PRICES. 



xx 

XX 



WALTER CONAN, 
44 Kildare Street, 



DUBLIN. 



CANONICALS of every description. 

A Speciality of the House for many years. 

Soutanes, Douilettes, Etc. 



Robemakers.by Appointment, in Dublin, 
to the National University of Ireland. 



The Best 

Irish Manufactured 

Goods in Stock. 



Note only Address : 

44 KILDARE STREET. 



viii. 



CONTENTS, 



LIST OF THE REGULAR CLERGY 



Augustinian Order .. 304 
Capuchin Order . . 301* 
Carmelite Order (Calced) . . 308 
Carmelite Order (Discalced) 310 
Congregation of the Holy 
Ghost and the Immacu- 
late Heart of Mary . . 310 
Congregation of the Mission . . 312 
Dominican Order 314 



PAGB 
304 



Franciscan Order 317 

Institute of Charity 320 

Oblates . . 321 

Passionists . . 322 

Redemptorists . . 324 

Society of Jesus 326 
Society of Mary ; or, Marist 

Fathers . . . . 330 

Society for African Missions 334 



" 



Christian Brothers 

Presentation Brothers 

Brothers of St. Patrick 

Brothers of the Christian Schools . . ^. 

Franciscan Brothers 

ALPHABETICAL LIST or THE CLERGY OF IRELAND 

Index of Irish Dioceses 

Index of PAEISHES AND POST TOWNS in Ireland 

Clerical Obituary 

Priests Ordained within the Year 1919 . . , 

Ecclesiastical Summary of Ireland 

REGISTER OP COLLEGES 

REGISTER OF ECCLESIASTICAL EVENTS FOR 1919 . 

Provincials or Religious Orders in Ireland 

ENGLISH AND FOREIGN ECCLESIASTICAL REGISTER 



335 
341 
342 
343a 
343c 
344 
458 
458 
474 
479 
496 
487 
497 
542 
556 



SUPPLEMENT FOR THE DIOCESE OF DUBLIN : 

Diocesan Arrangements for 1920 . . . . 543 

De Examinibus Diocesans . . . . . . . . 545 

Collationes Theologicae . . . . . . . . 547 

Arrangement of Charity Sermons for 1920 . . . . 548 

Confirmations . . . . . . . . 550 

Forty Hours' Exposition of the Most Blessed Sacrament 

in the Diocese of Dublin . . . . 551 

Index to Advertisements . . . . At end 



IRISH CATHOLIC 

CHURCH PROPERTY 

INSURANCE CO., LTD., 

19 & 20 FLEET STREET, DUBLIN. 

DIRECTORS : 

THOMAS SEXTON, Esq. VERY REV. JAMES CANON DONNELLAN, D.D. 
JOHN L. SCALLAN, Esq. 

Policies of Insurance are issued by the Company at Ordinay Rates 

upon Churches, Convents, Colleges, 
PIPE Schools, Residences, and all Insti- 

INSURANCE tutions and Building's devoted to Catholic 

NoUKANub Purposes, as well as upon the personal 

property of Catholic Ecclesiastics, 
and 

EMPLOYERS' against the Liability of Employers to 
LIABILITY pay compensation for personal injury 

INSURANCE by accident to their Employees. 

Forma and Full Particulars on application to 

VALENTINE IRWIN, Secretary, 

19 & 20 Fleet Street, Dublin. 

N.B. Transfers of Insurances from other Companies arranged 
without trouble or expense, on notification to us off the date 
or Quarter Day at which such Insurances fall due. 




BY APPOINTMENT. 



JOHN LEASK 

SUCCEljSOfi TO 

George Mitchell, Ltd., Estbd. 1821. 

Wine and Cigar Merchant, 
9 D'Olier Street 9 

DUBLIN. 



Samples and Full Particulars on 
Application. 

Telephone Telegrams 

554. " MITCHELL, DUBLIN." 



CIVIL CALENDAR, 1920. 

JANUARY First Month 31 Days. 



Day 
of the 
Mth. 


Day 
of the 
Week. 


REMARKABLE DAYS AND EVENTS. 


S'un 
rises 
h. ni. 


Sun 
sets, 
h. in. 


Moon 
rises, 
h. m. 


1 


Thur. 


Circumcision. 


8 41 


4 16 


Oa 43 


2 


Fri. 


St. Munchin, Bp., Patron of Limerick 


8 41 


4 17 


1 22 


3 


Sat. 




8 41 


4 18 


2 11 


4 


Sun. 




8 41 


4 49 


3 12 


5 


Mon. 




8 40 


4 21 


4 26 


6 


Tues 


Epiphany. 


8 40 


4 22 


5 45 


7 


Wed. 


Fenelon died at Cambray, 1704. 


8 40 


4 23 


7 7 


8 


Thur. 


St. Albert, Bp., Patron of Cashel. 


8 39 


4 25 8 27 


9 


Fri. 


Trinity College, Dublin^opened, 1594 


8 39 


4 26 9 44 


10 


Sat. 




8 38 


4 28 | 10 58 


11 


Sun, 


}st Sunday after Epiphany. 


8 37 


4 29 


__ 


12 


Mon. 


Hilary Law Sittings begin. 


8 36 


4 31 Om 9 


13 


Tues. 


Edmund Burke b , 1729. 


8 36 


4 32 


1 18 


14 


Wed. 




8 35 


4 34 


2 25 


15 


Thur. 


St. Ita, Virg. Opening of last Session 


8 34 


4 36 


3 29 






of the Irish Parliament, 1800. 








16 


Fri. 


St. Fursaeus, Abb. 


8 33 


4 37 


4 30 


17 


Sat. 


St. Anthony. His first Monastery 


8 32 


4 39 


5 26 






founded, 305. 








18 


Sun. 


2nd Sunday after Epiphany. 


8 31 


4 41 


6 16 


19 


Mon. 




8 30 


4 42 


6 58 


20 


Tues. 




8 29 


4 44 


7 33 


21 


Wed. 




8 27 


4 46 


8 4 


22 


Thur. 


Annals of Four Masters begun, 1632. 


8 26 


4 48 


8 29 


23 


Fri. 




8 25 


4 50 


8 52 


24 


Sat. 




8 23 


4 51 


9 13 


25 


Sun. 


3rd Sunday after Epiphany. 


8 22 


4 53 


9 33 


26 


Mon. 




8 21 


4 55 


9 55 


27 


Tues. 




8 19 


4 57 


10 19 


28 


Wed. 





8 18 


4 59 


10 46 


29 


Thur. 


St. Francis de Sales. The Order of 


8 16 


3 1 


11 20 






the Visitation founded, 1610. 








30 


Fri. 




8 14 


5 3 


Oa 6 


31 


Sat. 


St. Aidan, Bp. Patron of Ferns. 


8 13 


5 5 


53 



MOON'S CHANGES. 



Full Moon, 5th, 9.5 a.m. 
Last Quarter, 12th, 12.8 p.m. 



New Moon, 20th, 5.27 p.m. 
First Quarter, 28th, 3.38 a.m. 



Nights of greatest Moonlight, 4th, Bth. 



CIVIL CALENDAR. 

FEBRUARY Second Month 29 Days. 



[1920 



Day 
of the 

Mth. 


Day 

of the REMARKABLE DAYS AND EVENTS. 

Week. , 


Sun 
rises. 
h. in. 


Sun 
sets. 
h. m. 


Moon 
rises. 
h. m. 


1 


Sun. 


Septuag-esima. St. Briyid, Virgin. 


8 12 


5 7 


2 a 1 






Patron of Ireland, Principal Pa- 












tron of Kildare and Leighlin. 








2 


Mon. 


Purification of B. V.M. 


8 10 


5 9 


3 17 


3 


Tues. 




8 8 


5 10 


4 36 


4 


Wed. 




8 6 


5 12 


5 57 


5 


Thur. 




8 5 


5 14 


7 16 


6 


Fri. 


St. Mel. Bp., Patron of Ardagh. Mes- 


8 3 


5 16 


8 33 






sage proposing a basis of Union 












carried by a majority of 43 in 












Irish House of Commons, 1800. 








7 


Sat, 


v>- 


8 1 


5 18 


9 47 


8 


Sun. 


Sexagesima. 


7 59 


5 20 


10 49 


9 


Mon 




7 57 


5 22 





10 


Tues. 




7 55 


5 24 


Om 8 


11 


Wed. 




7 53 


5 26 


1 15 


12 


Thur. 




7 51 


5 28 


2 17 


13 


Fri. 




7 49 


5 30 


3 16 


14 


Sat, 


St. Valentine. 


7 47 


5 32 


4 8 


15 


Sun. 


Quinquagesima. Volunteers at Dun- 


7 45 


5 34 


4 53 






gannon resolve unanimously, 1782: 












" That the claim of any body of 












men, other than the king, lords 












and commons of Ireland, to make 












laws to bind this kingdom is un- 












constitutional, illegal, and a 












grievance." 








16 


Mon. 




7 43 


5 36 


5 21 


17 


Tues. 


Shrove Tuesday. St. Fintan, Abb. 


7 41 


5 38 


6 4 


18 


Wed. 


Ash Wednesday. 


7 39 


5 40 


6 32 


19 


Thur. 




7 37 


5 42 


6 56 


20 


Fri. 




7 35 


5 44 


7 18 


21 


Sat. 




7 33 


5 46 


7 40 


22 


Sun. 


1st Sunday of Lent. 


7 30 


5- 48 


8 2 


23 


Mon. 




7 28 


5 50 


8 26 


24 


Tues. 


Death of Abp. Murray, 1852* 


7 26 


5 52 


8 51 


25 


Wed. 


Ember Day. St. Matthias, Ap. 


7 24 


5 53 


9 24 


26 


Thur. 


Death of Thomas Moore, 1852. 


7 21 


5 55 


10 3 


27 


Fri. 


Ember Day. 


7 19 


5 57 


10 52 


28 Sat. | Ember Day. 


7 17 


5 59 


11 51 


29 


Sun. j 2nd Sunday of Lent. 


7 16 


6 


1 a 1 



MOON S CHANGES. 



Full Moon, 3rd, 8.42 p.m. I New Moon, 19th, 9.35 a.m 

Last Quarter, llth, 8.49 a.m. | First Quarter, 26th, x 11.49 a.m. 
Nights of greatest Moonlight, 2nd, 3rd, 4th. 



1920] 



CIVIL CALENDAR. 

MARCH Third Month 31 Days. 



xl. 



Day 
of the 

Mth. 


Day 

of the 
Week. 


REMARKABLE DAYS AND EVENTS. 


Sun 
rises. 
h. m. 


Sun. 
sets. 
h..ni. 


Moon 

rises. 
h. m. 


1 


Mon. 




7 15 


6 1 


2 a 15 


2 


Tues. 




7 12 


6 3 


3 44 


3 


Wed. 




7 10 


6 5 


4 52 


4 


Thur. 




7 8 


6 7 


6 9 


5 


Fri. 


St. Kyran, Bp., Patron of Ossory. 


7 5 


6 9 


7 24 


6 


Sat. 
















7 3 


6 11 


8 37 


7 


Sun. 


3rd Sunday of Lent. St. Thomas, D., 


7 1 


6 13 


8 84 






Patron of Catholic Schools. 








8 


Mon. 


St. Senanus, Bp. 


6 58 


6 15 


10 57 


9 


Tues. 




6 56 


6 17 





10 


Wed. 


" 


6 54 


6 18 


Om 2 


11 


Thur. 




6 51 


6 20 


1 3 


12 


Fri. 




6 49 


6 22 


1 58 


13 


Sat. 




6 46 


6 24 


2 46 


14 


Sun. 


4rd Sunday of Lent. 


6 44 


6 26 


3 26 


15 


Mon. 




6 42 


6 27 


4 1 


16 


Tues. 




6 39 


6 29 


4 31 


17 


Wed. 


St. Patrick, Patron of Ireland. 


6 37 


6 31 


4 57 


18 


Thur. 


St. Frigidian, Bp. 


6 34 


6 33 


5 20 


19 


Fri. 


St. Joseph, Spouse of B. V. Mary. 


6 32 


6 35 


5 43 


20 


Sat. 




6 30 


6 37 


6 5 


21 


Sun. 


Passion Sunday. St. Benedict, Abb. 


6 27 


6 39 


6 25 






First Newspaper published in 












Dublin, 1685. 








22 


Mon. 


Bishops of the Province, of Armagh 


6 25 


6 41 


6 54 






declare the Irish war just and 










lawful, 1642. 








23 


Tuea. 




6 22 


6 42 


7 26 


24 


Wed. 


St. Macartan, Bp., Patron of Clogher. 


6 20 


6 44 


8 4 


25 


Thur. 


Annunciation of the B. V.M. Export 


6 17 


6 46 


8 50 






duty imposed on Irish cloths, 1699. 








26 


Fri. 




6 15 


6 48 


9 47 


27 


Sat. 


Death of John Hogan, sculptor, 1858. 


6 12 


6 49 


10 53 


28 


Sun. 


Palm Sundai/. 


6 10 


6 51 


a 5 


29 


Mon. 


Hugh O'Neiil submits at Mellifont, 


6 8 


6 53 


1 21 






1603. 








30 


Tuse. 




6 6 


6 55 


2 37 


31 


Wed. 


Hilary Law Sittings end. 


6 3 


6 57 


3 52 



MOON S CHANGES. 



Full Moon, 4th, 9.12 a.m. I New Moon, 19th, 8.56p.m. 

Last Quarter, 12th, 5.57 a.m. | First Quarter, 26th, 6.45 p.m. 
Nights of greatest Moonlight. 3rd, 4th. 



XII. 



CIVIL CALENDAR. 

APRIL Fourth Month 30 Days. 



[1920 



Day 

ofthe 
Mth. 


Day 

of the 
Week. 


REMARKABLE DAYS AND EVENTS 


Sun 
rises. 
h. m. 


Sun 
sets. 
h. m. 


Moon 
rises. 
h. m. 


1 


Thur. 


Holy Thursday. 


6 


6 58 


5a 7 


2 


Fri. 


Good Friday. St. Patrick preached at 


5 58 


7 


6 19 






Tara, 433. 








3 


Sat. 


Holy Saturday. 


5 56 


7 2 


7 31 


4 


Sun. 


Easter Sunday. Death of Oliver Gold- 


5 53 


7 4 


8 40 






smith, 1774. 








5 


Mon. 




5 51 


7 6 


9 47 


6 


Tues. 


St. Celestine, Pope, who commissioned 


5 48 


7 8 


10 49 






St. Patrick to preach Gospel in 












Ireland. 








7 


Wed. 




5 46 


7 9 


11 47 


8 


Thur. 




5 44 


7 11 





9 


Fri. 




5 41 


7 13 


Om38 


10 


Sat. 




5 39 


7 15 


1 22 


11 


Sun. 


Low Sunday. 


5 36 


7 17 


1 58 


12 


Mon. 




5 34 


7 19 


2 30 


13 


Tues. 


Catholic Emancipation Bill passed, 


5 32 


7 20 


2 57 






1829. 








14 


Wed. 


Easter Law Sittings begin. 


5 30 


7 22 


3 21 


15 


Thur. 




5 27 


7 24 


3 44 


16 


Fri. 




5 25 


7 26 


4 6 


17 


Sat. 




5 23 


7 27 


4 49 


18 


Sun. 


2nd Sunday after Easter. St. Laserian, 


6 20 


7 29 


4 54 






Bp., Patron of Leighlin. 








19 


Mon. 




5 18 


7 31 


5 24 


20 


Tues. 


Foundation stone laid of first college 


5 16 


7 33 


5 59 






building erected atMaynooth,1796 






21 


Wed. 


Nano Nagle died at the South Presen- 514 


7 35 


6 44 






tation Convent, Cork, 1784. 






,22 


Thur. 


Declaration of Irish rights moved by ! 5 11 


7 37 


7 38 






Grattan in the House of Commons, 












and carried unanimously, 1782. 








23 


Fri. 


Defeat of the Danes at Clontarf by 


5 9 


7 38 


8 44 






King Brian Boru, 1014 








24 


Sat. 


Beginning of Irish Insurrection, 1916. 


5 7 


7 40 


9 56 


25 


Sun. 


3rd Sunday after Easter. 


5 5 


7 42 


11 11 


26 


Mon. 




5 3 


7 44 


Oo27 


27 


Tues. 


St. Asicus, Bp., Patron of Elphin. 


5 1 


7 46 


1 42 


28 


Wed. 


Death of Carolan, the Bard, 1738. 


4 58 


7 47 


2 55 


29 


Thur. 




4 56 


7 49 


4 7 


30 


Fri. 




4 54 


7 51 


5 18 



MOON'S CHANGES. 

Full Moon, 2nd, 10.55 p.m. I New Moon, llth, 9.43 a.m. 

Last Quarter, llth, 1.24 a.m. First Quarter, 25th, 1.27 a m. 

Nights of greatest Moonlight, 1st, 2nd, 30th. 



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1920] 



CIVIL CALENDAR. 

MAY Fifth Month 31 Days. 



Xlll, 



Dav 

of the 
Mth. 


Day 
of the 
Week. 


REMARKABLE DAYS AND EVENTS. 


Sun 
rises, 
h. m. 


Sun 
sets, 
h. m. 


Moon 

rises. 
h. m. 


1 


Sat. 


Ss. Philip and James, App. 


4 52 


7 53 


6a27 


2 


Sun. 


4th Sunday after Easter. 


4 50 


7 54 


7 35 


3 


Mon. 


St. Conleth, Bp., Patron of Kildare. 


4 48 


7 56 


8 33 


4 


Tues. 


Red Hugh O'Donnell proclaimed "The 


4 46 


7 58 


9 38 






O'Donnell," 1592, 








5 


Wed 




4 44 


8 


10 32 


6 


Thur. 




4 42 


8 1 


11 18 


7 


Fri. 




4 40 


8 3 


11 57 


8 


Sat. 




4 39 


8 5 





9 


Sun. 


5th Sunday after Easier. 


4 37 


8 7 


Om 30 


10 


Mon. 


Rogation Day. St. Comgatt, Abb. 


4 35 


8 9 


59 


11 


Tues. 


Rogation Day. Irish Brigade defeats 


4 33 


8 10 


1 23 






English at Fontenoy, 1745. 








12 


Wed. 


Rogation Day. 


4 31 


8 12 


1 46 


13 


Thur. 


Ascension Thursday. 


4 30 


8 14 


2 8 


14 


Fri. 


St. Carthage, Bp., Patron of Lismore. 


4 28 


8 15 


2 29 


15 


Sat. 


St. Dympna, Virg. Martyr. Death of 


4 26 


8 17 


2 53 






O'Connell, 1847. 








16 


Sun. 


Sunday after Ascension. St. Brendan, 


4 25 


8 19 


3 20 






Ab., Patron of Kerry and Clonfert. 








17 


Mon. 




4 23 


8 20 


3 52 


18 


Tues. 




4 21 


8 22 


4 33 


19 


Wed. 


Easter Law Sittings end. 


4 20 


8 23 


5 24 


20 


Thur. 




4 18 


8 25 


6 26 


21 


Fri. 




4 17 


8 27 


7 38 


22 


Sat. 




4 15 


8 28 


8 55 


23 


Sun. 


Whit Sunday. Beginning of Irish 


4 14 


8 30 


10 14 






Insurrection, 1798. 








24 


Mon. 




4 13 


8 31 


11 31 


25 


Tues. 




4 12 


8 32 


Oa45 


26 


Wed. 


Ember Day. St. Philip Neri. Con- 


4 10 


8 34 


1 58 






gregation of the Oratorians f.,1564. 








27 


Thur. 




4 9 


8 35 


3 9 


28 


Fri. 


Ember Day. Thos. Moore born, 1779. 


4 8 


8 37 


4 18 


29 


Sat. 


Ember Day. 


4 7 


8 38 


5 25 


30 


Sun. 


Trinity Sunday. 


4 6 


8 39 


6 10 


31 


Mon. 




4 5 


8 41 


7 31 



MOON S CHANGES. 

Full Moon, 2nd, 1.47 p.m. 
Last Quarter, 10th, 5.51 p.m. 

Nights of greatest Moonlight, 1st, 2nd, 31st. 



New Moon, 17th, 6.25p.m. 
First Quarter, 24th, 9.7 a.m. 



XIV. 



CIVIL CALENDAR. 

JUNE Sixth; Month 30 Days. 



[1920 



Day 
of the 
Mth. 


Day 

of the 
Week. 


REMARKABLE |DAYS AND EVENTS. 


Sun 
rises. 
h. m. 


Sun 
sets. 
h. m. 


Moon 
rises. 
h. m 


1 


Tues. 




4 4 


8 42 


8a27 


2 


Wed. 


Trinity Law Sittings begin. 


4 3 


8 43 


9 16 


3 


Thur. 


Corpus Christi. St. Kevin, Ab., 


4 2 


8 44 


9 57 






Patron of Dublin. 








4 


Fri. 


Death of Henry Grattan, 1820. 


4 1 


8 45 


10 32 


5 


Sat. 


Act to establish and endow the Col- 


4 


8 46 


11 3 






lege of Maynooth, received the 












Royal Assent, 1795. 








6 


Sun. 


2nd f f Sunday after Pentecost. St.Jarlath, 


3 59 


8 47 


11 28 






Bp., Patron of Tuam. 








7 


Mon. 


St. Colman, Bp., Patron of Dromore. 


3 59 


8 48 


11 51 


8, 


Tues. 




3 58 


8 49 





9 


Wed. 


St. Columba, Abb., Patron of Ireland. 


3 58 


8 50 


Oml2 






Principal Patron of Derry and 












Raphoe, d. at lona, 597. 








10 


Thur 




3 57 


8 51 


33 


11 


Fri. 


St. Barnabas, Ap. 


3 57 


8 52 


55 


12 


Sat. 


Gerald Griffin d., 1840. 


3 57 


8 53 


1 19 


13 


Sun. 


3rd Sunday after Pentecost. 


3 57 


8 53 


1 47 


14 


Mon. 




3 56 


8 54 


2 23 


15 


Tues. 


Dr. Doyle, Bishop of Kildare (J.K.L.), 


3 56 


8 55 


3 8 






d., 1834. 








16 


Wed. 




3 56 


8 55 


4 4 


17 


Thur 




3 56 


8 56 


5 12 


18 


Fri 


Death of Wm. Smith O'Brien, 1864. 


3 56 


8 56 


6 30 


19 


Sat. 


Battle of Waterloo, 1815 


3 56 


8 57 


7 51 


20 


Sun. 


4th Sunday after Pentecost. 


3 56 


8 57 


9 11 


21 


Mon. 




3 56 


8 57 





22 


Tues. 




3 56 


8 57 


10 30 


23 


Wed. 




3 57 


8 58 


11 45 


24 


Thur. 


Nativity of St. John the Baptist. 


3 57 


8 58 


Oa58 


25 


Fri. 


Dr. Hussey appointed the first Presi- 
dent of Maynooth College, 1795. 


3 57 


8 58 


2 9 


26 


Sat. 




3 58 


8 58 


3 16 


27 


Sun. 


5th^Sunday after Pentecost. 


3 58 


8 58 


4 22 


28 


Mon. 




3 59 


8 58 


5 24 


29 


'ues. 


Ss. Peter and Paul, App. 


3 59 


8 57 


6 22 


30 


Wed. 




4 


8 57 


7 13 



MOON'S CHANGES. 



First Quarter, 22nd, 6.49 p.m. 
Full Moon, 30th, 8.41 p.m. 



Full Moon, 1st, 5.18 a.m. 
Last Quarter, 9th, 6.58 a.m. 
New Moon, 16th, 1.41 a.m. 

Nights of greatest Moonlight, 1st, 30th. 



1920] 



CIVIL CALENDAR, 

JULY Seventh Month 31 Days. 



xv, 



Day 

Of the 

Mth. 


Day 

of the 
Week. 

I 


REMARKABLE DAYS AND EVENTS. 


Sun 
rises, 
h. m. 


Sun. 
sets, 
h. m. 


Moon 
rises, 
h. m. 


1 


Thur. 


St. Rumold, Martyr. 


4 1 


8 57 


8a34 


2 


Fri. 


Visitation of B. V.M. 4 2 


8 57 


9 7 


3 


Sat. 


4 2 


8 56 


9 33 


4 


Sun. 


6th Sunday after Pentecost. 


4 3 


8 56 


9 58 


5 


Mon. 


O'Connell elected for Clare, 1828. 


4 4 


8 55 


10 18 


6 


Tues. 




4 5 


'8 55 


10 40 


rr 


Wed. 


Death of Richard B. Sheridan, 1816 4 6 


8 54 


11 


8 


Thur. 


St. Kilian, Bp. Martyr. 4 7 


8 53 


11 23 


9 


Fri. 


Death of Edmund Burke, 1797. 4 8 


8 53 


11 49 


10 


Sat. 


4 9 


8 52 





11 


Sun. 


7th Sunday after Pentecost. Execution 4 10 


8 51 


Oml9 






of Archbishop Oliver Plunket, 












1681. 






12 


Mon. 


Battle of the Boyne, 1690. j 4 11 


8 50 


6 58 


13 


Tues. I 4 1 2 


8 49 


1 47 


14 


Wed. 


4 14 


8 48 


2 48 


15 


Thur. 


St. Swithin. 


4 15 


8 47 


4 


16 


Fri. 




4 16 


8 46 


5 20 


17 


Sat. 




4 17 


8 45 


6 43 


18 


Sun. 


th Sunday after Pentecost. 


4 19 


8 44 


8 5 


19 


Mon. 


St. Vincent de Paul. Congregation of 


4 20 


8 43 


9 24 






the Mission founded 1617. 








20 


Tues. 


Foundation Stone of Catholic Uni- 


4 22 


8 41 


10 40 






versity laid in Dublin, 1862. 








21 


Wed. 




4 23 


8 40 


10 53 


22 


Thur. 


Emmet's Insurrection, 1803. 


4 24 


8 39 


la 3 


23 


Fri. i Battle of Aughrim, 1691. 


4 26 


8 37 


2 11 


24 


Sat. St. Declan, Bp. 


4 27 


8 36 


3 15 


25 


Sun. 9th Sun. after Pentecost. St. James, Ap. 


4 29 


8 34 


4 15 


26 


Moru St. Anne, Mother of the B.V.M. \ 4 31 


8 33 


5 8 


27 


Tues. ' Protestant Church Disestablishment 4 32 


8 31 


5 55 




Bill becomes Law, 1869. 








28 


Wed 




4 34 


8 30 


6 35 


29 


Thur. 


Sarsfield mortally wounded on battle- 


4 35 


8 28 


7 9 






field of Landen, 1693. 






30 


Fri. 


Death of Eugene O'Curry, 1862. 4 37 


8 26 


7 38 


31 


Sat. 


St. Irjnatius of Loyola. * Trinity Law 4 38 


8 25 


8 3 






Sittings end. 







MOON S CHANGES. 



Last Quarter, 8th, 5.5 p.m. 
New Moon, 15th, 8.25 a.m. 



First Quarter, 22nd, 7.20 a.m. 
Full Moon, 30th, 11.19 a.m. 



Nights of Greatest Moonlight, 1st, 29th, 30th. 



XVI. 



CIVIL CALENDAR. . [1920 

AUGUST Eighth Month 31 Days. 



Day 
of the 
Mth. 


Day 

of the 
Week. 


REMARKABLE DAYS AND EVENTS. 


Sun 
rises, 
h. in. 


Sun 
sets. 
h. in. 


Moon 
rises. 
h. m. 


1 


Sun. 


\Qth Sunday after Pentecost. 


4 40 


8 23 


8a26 


2 


Mon. 


St. Alphonsus Liguori. O. of Redemp. 


4 42 


8 21 


8 47 






founded, 1732. Last Session of 












Irish Parliament closed, 1800. 








3 


Tues. 




4 43 


8 19 


9 8 


4 


Wed 


St. Dominic. Order of the Domini- 


4 45 


8 18 


9 30 






cans founded, 1215. 








5 


Thur. 


Daniel O'Connell, born 1775. 


4 47 


8 19 


9 54 


6 


Fri. 


4 49 


8 14 


10 22 


7 


Sat. 




4 51 


8 12 


10 57 


8 


Sun. 


llth Sunday after Pentecost. 


4 52 


8 10 


11 40 


9 


Mon. 


St. Nathy, Bp., P. of Atehonry. St. 


4 54 


8 8 









Phelim, Bp., P of Kilmore. Annals 












of Four Masters finished, 1636. 








10 


Tues. 




4 55 


8 6 


Om33 


11 


Wed. 


St. Attracta, Virg. 


4 57 


8 4 


1 38 


12 


Thur. 


St. Muredach Bp., Patron of Killala. 


4 59 


8 2 


2 53 


13 


Fri 




5 


8 


4 13 


14 


Sat. 


St. Fachnan, Bp., P. of Ross and 


5 2 


7 58 


5 35 






Kilfenora. 








15 


Sun. 


12th Sunday after Pentecost. Assump- 


5 4 


7 56 


6 56 






tion of B. V.M. 








16 


Mon. 




5 6 


7 54 


8 15 


17 


Tues. 




5 7 


7* 52 


9 31 


18 


Wed. 




5 9 


7 49 


10 45 


19 


Thur. 




5 10 


7 47 


11 55 


20 


Fri 


Pope Pius X. died, 1914. 


5 12 


7 45 


la 2 


21 


Sat. 


Opening of N. Synod of Thurles, 1850 


5 14 


7 43 


2 4 


22 


Sun. 13th Sunday after Pentecost. 


5 16 


7 41 


3 


23 


Mon St. Eugene, Bp., Patron of Derry 


5 18 


7 38 


3 50 






French land at Killala, 1798. 








24 


Tues. 


St. Bartholomew, Ap. 


5 19 


7 36 


4 32 


25 


Wed. 




5 21 


7 34 


5 8 


26 


Thur. 




5 23 


7 32 


5 40 


27 


Fri. 


Opening of 2nd N. Synod of Maynooth, 


5 25 


7 29 


6 6 


28 


Sat. 


St. Augustine. [1900 


5 26 


7 27 


6 31 


29 


Sun. 


I4:th Sunday after Pentecost. . Behead- 


5 28 


7 25 


6 53 






ing of St. John the Baptist. 








30 


Mon. 


St. Fiacre, Conf. Opening of 1st Nat. 


5 30 


7 22 


7 14 






Synod of Maynooth, 1875. 








31 


Tues. 




5 32 


7 20 


7 37 



MOON'S CHANGES. 



Last Quarter, 7th, 12.50 a.m. 
New Moon, 13th, 3.44 p.m. 



First Quarter, 20th, 10.52 p.m. 
Full Moon, 29th, 1.3 a.m. 



Nights of greatest Moonlight, 28th, 29th. 



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SEPTEMBER Ninth Month 30 Days. 



XVII. 



Day 

ofth 
Mth 


Day 
e of the 
Week. 


REMAKKABLE DAYS AND EVENTS. 


Sun 
rises, 
h. m. 


Sun 
sets. 
h. m 


Moon 
rises, 
h. m. 


1 


Wed. 




5 33 


7 18 


8 a 


2 


Thur. 




5 35 


7 15 


8 28 


3 


Fri. 


St. Macanisius, Bp , Patr. of Connor 


5 37 


7 13 


9 






Benedict XV. elected Pope, 1914. 








4 


Sat. 




5 38 


7 11 


9 40 


5 


Sun. 


1 5th Sunday after Pentecost. 


5 40 


7 8 


10 28 


6 


Mon. 


Coronation of Pope Benedict, XV., 


5 42 


7 6 


11 7 






1914. 








7 


Tues. 




5 44 


7 3 





8 


Wed. 


Nativity of B. V.M. 


5 46 


7 1 


Om36 


9 


Thur. 


St. Kyran, A., Patron* of Clonmac- 


5 47 


6 59 


1 15 






noise. 






10 | Fri. 


Red Hugh O'Donnell d- in Spain, 1602. 


5 49 


G 50 3 11 






Synod of Thurles concluded, 1850. 








11 


Sat. 


Massacre at Drogheda by Oliver 


5 51 


6 54 4 31 






Cromwell, 1649. 








12 


Sun. 


IQth Sunday after Pentecost. St. Ailby, 


5 52 


6 51 


5 49 






Bp., Patron of Emly. 








13 


Mon. 




5 54 


6 49 


7 7 


14 


Tues. 


Holy Cross Day. Flight of the Earls, 


5 56 


6 46 


8 22 






1607. 








15 


Wed. 


Ember Day. 


5 68 


6 44 


9 35 


16 


Thur. 


Death of Thomas Davis, 1845. 


5 89 


6 41 


10 45 


17 


Fri. 


Ember Day. Defence of Spoleto by 


6 1 


6 39 11 49 






the Pope's Irish Brigade, 1860. 








18 


Sat. 


Ember Day. 


6 3 


6 37 


Oa48 


19 


Sun. 


\1th Sunday after Pentecost. 


6 5 


6 34 


1 41 


20 


Mon. 




6 6 


6 32 


2 27 


21 


Tues. 


St. Matthew, Ap. 


6 8 


6 29 


3 6 


22 


Wed. 




6 10 


6 27 


3 39 


23 


Thur. 


St. Adamnan, Bp., Patr. of Raphoe. 


6 12 


6 24 


4 7 


24 


Fri. 




6 13 


6 22 


4 33 


25 


Sat. 


St. Finbarr, Bp., Patron of Cork. 


6 15 


6 19 


4 56 


26 


Sun. 


18th Sunday after Pentecost. 


6 17 


6 17 


5 18 


27 


Mon. 


Order of Jesuits sanctioned by Pope 


6 19 


6 15 


5 40 






Paul III., 1540. 








28 


Tues. 




6 20 


5 12 


6 4 


29 


Wed. 


St. Michael, Archangel. 


6 22 


6 10 


6 31 


30 


Thur. 




fi 24 


6 7 


7 2 



/ MOON'S CHANGES. 

Last Quarter, 5th, 7.5 a.m. I First Quarter, 19th, 4.56 p.m. 

New Moon, 12th, 12.51 a.m. | "Full Moon, 27th, 1.56 p.m. 

Nights of greatest Moonlight, 26th, 27th, 28th. 



XV111. 



CIVIL CALENDAR. 

OCTOBER Tenth Month 31 Days. 



[1920 



Day 

of the 
Mth. 


Day 
of the 
Week. 


REMARKABLE DAYS AND EVENTS 


Sun 
rises. 
h. in. 


Sun 
sets. 
h. m. 


Moon 
rises. 
h. m. 


1 


Fri. 




6 26 


6 5 


7a40 


2 


Sat 




6 28 


6 2 8 27 


3 


Sun. 


IQth Sunday after Pentecost. Treaty 


6 29 


6 


9 22 






of Limerick signed, 1691. 








4 


Mon. 


St. Francis of Assist. Foundation of 


6 31 


5 58 10 28 






the Order of Franciscans, 1209. | 




5 


Tues. 




6 31 


5 55 


11 40 


6 


Wed. 




6 35 


5 53 





7 


Thur 




6 36 


5 50 Om56 


* 8 


Fri. 


Monster Meeting at Clontarf pre- 


6 38 


5 48 


2 13 


9 


.Sat. 


vented by Government, 1843. 
6 40 


5 46 


3 31 


10 


Sun. 


2,0th Sunday after Pentecost. Father 6 42 


5 43 


4 47 






Mathew, Apostle of Temperance, ' 










born, 1790. 






11 


Mon. 


St. Ganice, Abb., Patron of Kilkenny. 6 44 


5 41 


6 1 




Cromwell massacre at Wexford, | 








1649. 






12 Tues. 




6 46 5 39 


7 15 


13 


Wed. 




6 47 5 36 


8 25 


14 


Thur. 




6 49 


5 34 


9 33 


15 Fri. St. Teresa. 


6 51 


5 32 


10 35 


16 Sat. 


St. Gall, Abb. 


6 53 5 29 


11 31 


17 Sun. 


21 st Sunday after Pentecost. 


6 55 5 27 


Oa20 


18 


Mon. 


St. Luke, Evang. 


6 57 


5 25 


1 1 


19 


Tues. 




6 58 


5 23 


1 37 


20 


Wed. 




7 


5 20 


2 7 


21 


Thur. 


Founding of the Monastery of Bangor 7 2 


5 18 


2 33 






by St. Comgall, 558. 






22 


Fri. 


St. Donatus, Bp. 1 4 


5 16 


2 57 


23 


Sat 




7 6 5 14 


3 19 


24 


Sun. 


22nd Sunday after Pentecost. 


7 8 5 12 


3 41 


25 


Mon. 


Michaelmas Law Sittings begin. 7 10 


5 9 


4 5 


26 


Tues. 


7 12 


5 7 


4 30 


27 


Wed. 


St. Otteran, Bp., Patron of Waterford. 


7 13 


5 5 


5 


28 


Thur. 


Ss. Simon and Jude, App. 


7 15 


5 3 


5 36 


29 


Fri 


St. Colman, Bp., Patron of Kilmac- 


7 17 


5 1 


6 21 






duagh. 








30 


Sat. 




7 19 


4 59 


7 15 


31 


Sun. 


23rd Sunday after Pentecost. 


7 21 


457 


7 19 



MOON'S CHANGES. 

Last Quarter, 4th, 12.53 p.m I First Quarter, 19th, 12.29 p.m. 
New Moon, llth, 12.50 p.m. | Full Moon, 27th, 2.9 a.m. 
Nights of greatest Moonlight, 2 6th, 2 7th. 



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1920] CIVIL CALENDAR. 

NOVEMBER Eleventh Month 30 Days. 



xix. 



Day 

of the 
Mth. 


Day 
of the 
Week. 


REMARKABLE DAYS AND EVENTS. 


Sun 
rises 
h in 


Sun 
sets. 
h. in 


Moon 
rises. 
h m. 














1 


Mon. 


All Saints' Day. All Hallows Mis- 


7 23 


4 55 


9a30 






sionary College, Dublin, founded, 












1842. 








2 


Tues. 


All Souls. 


7 25 


4 53 


10 46 


3 


Wed. 


St. Malachy, Bp., Patron of Armagh, 


7 27 


4 51 









Down and Connor. Catholic Uni- 












versity, Dublin, opened, 1854. 








4 


Thur. 


St. Charles Borromeo. 


7 29 


4 49 


Om 2 


5 


Fri. 


Death of Owen Roe O'Neill, 1649. 


7 31 


4 47 


1 19 


6 


Sat. 




7 33 


4 45 


2 34 


7 


Sun. 


24/7i Sunday after Pentecost. 


7 35 


4 44 


3 48 


8 


Mon. 




7 36 


4 42 


5 


9 


Tues. 




7 38 


4 40 


6 10 


10 


Wed. 




7 40 


4 38 


7 19 


11 


Thur. 


Rinuccini arrived in Kilkenny, 1645. 


7 42 


4 37 


8 23 


12 


Fri 




7 44 


4 35 


9 22 


13 


Sat. 




7 46 


4 33 


10 14 


14 


Sun. 


25th Sunday after Pentecost. St. 


7 48 


4 32 


10 58 






Laurence, Bp., Patron of Dublin. 








15 


Mon. 




7 49 


4 30 


11 36 


16 


Tues. 




7 51 


4 29 


Oa 8 


17 


Wed. 




7 53 


4 27 


35 


18 


Thur. 




7 55 


A 26 


1 


19 


Fri. 


Fr. Luke Wadding d. at Rome, 1657. 


7 57 


4 25 


1 21 


20 


Sat. 




7 59 


4 23 


1 43 


21 


Sun. 


26th Sunday after Pentecost. St. 


8 1 


4 21 


2 5 






Columbanua, Abb. 








22 


Mon. 




8 2 


4 20 


2 29 


23 


Tues. 




8 4 


4 19 


2 57 


24 


Wed. 


St. Colman, Bp., Patron of Cloyne. 


8 5 


4 18 


3 29 


25 


Thur. 




8 7 


4 17 


4 10 


26 


Fri. 




8 9 


4 16 


5 


27 


Sat. 




8 11 


4 15 


6 2 


28 


Sun. 


1st Sunday of Advent. 


8 12 


414 


7 14 


29 


Mon. 




8 14 


4 13 


8 30 


30 


Tues. 




8 15 


4 12 


9 49 



MOON'S CHANGES. 

Last Quarter, 2nd, 7.35 p.m. I First Quarter, 18th, 8.13 a.m. 
New Moon, 10th, 45 a.m Full Moon, 25th, 1.42 p.m. 

Nights of greatest Moonlight, 24th, 25th, 26th. 



XX. 



CIVIL CALENDAR. [1920 

DECEMBER Twelfth Month 31 Days. 



Day 

of the 
Mth. 


of the 
Week. 


REMARKABLE DAYS AND EVENTS. 


Sun 
rises 
h. m. 


Sun 
sets. 
h. m. 


Moon 
rises. 
h. m. 


1 


Wed. 




8 17 


4 11 


lla 8 


2 


Thur. 




8 19 


4 11 





3 


Fri. 


Death of Father Mathew, 1858 


8 20 


4 10 


Om23 


4 


Sat. 




8 22 


4 9 


1 38 


5 


Sun. 


2nd Sunday of Advent. 


8 23 


4 9 


2 50 


6 


Mon. 


St. Nicholas. Bp., Pntron of Galway 


8 24 


4 8 


4 


7 


Tues. 




8 26 


4 8 


5 9 


8 


Wed. 


Immaculate, Conception of B.V. Mary. 


8 27 


4 7 


6 13 






Hugh Ward, D D.. Rector of the 












College of Louvain, and colleague 












of the (VOlerys, dted at Louvain, 












1635. 








9 


Thur. 


Death of John O'Donovan, LL.D., 


8 28 


4 7 


7 14 






1861. 








10 


Fri. 




8 29 


4 7 


8 8 


11 


Sat. 




8 30 


4 7 


8 56 


12 


Sun. 


3rd Sunday of Advent. St. Finian, 


8 31 


4 6 


9 36 






Bp. Gerald Griffin born, 1803. 








13 


Mon. 




8 32 


4 6 


10 10 


14 


Tues. 




8 33 


4 6 


10 39 


15 


Wed. 


Ember Day. 


8 34 


4 6 


11 4 


16 


Thur. 




8 35 


4 6 


11 27 


17 


Fri. 


Ember Day. 


8 36 


4 7 


10 48 


18 


Sat. Ember Day. St. Flannan, Bp., 


8 37 


4 7 


Oa, 9 




Patron of Killaloe. 








19 


Sun. 


4:th Sunday of Advent. 


8 37 


4 7 


31 


20 


Mon. 




8 38 


4 7 


55 


21 


Tues. 


St. Thomas, Ap. Michaelmas Law 


8 39 


4 8 


1 24 




Sittings end. 








22 


Wed. 


French arrive in Bantry Bay, 1796. 


8 39 


4 8 


1 59 


23 


Thur. 




8 39 


4 9 


2 43 


24 


Fri. 




8 40 


4 9 


3 39 


25 


Sat. 


CHRISTMAS DAY. 


8 40 


4 10 


4 46 


26 


Sun. 


St. Stephen. 


8 40 


4 11 


6 3 


27 


Mon. 


St. John, Ap. 


8 41 


4 12 


7 24 


28 


Tues. 


Holy Innocents. 


8 41 


4 12 


8 46 


29 


Wed. St. Thomas of Canterbury, Bp., Mart. 


8 41 


4 13 


10 7 


30 


Thur. 


8 41 


4 14 


12 24 


31 


Fri. 


St. Sylvester. 


8 41 


4 15 


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MOON S CHANGES. 



Last Quarter, 2nd, 4.29 a.m. 
New Moon, 9th, 10.4p.m. 
First Quarter, 18th, 2.40 a.m. 

Nights of greatest Moonlight, 24th, 25th. 



Full Moon, 25th, 12.38 a.m. 
Last Quarter, 31st, 4,35 p.mj 



XXI. 



CHRONOLOGICAL CYCLES, 1920. 

Golden Number . . 2 Dominical Letters . . D.C. 

Epact ... x Roman Indiction . . 3 

Solar Cycle ... 25 Julian Period . . 6633 

The DOMINICAL OR SUNDAY LETTER for any year is that one of the 
first seven letters of the Alphabet which stands opposite the first 
Sunday of the year, when the first letter of the Alphabet is placed 
opposite the first day of the year, the second letter opposite the second 
day, and so on. It is obvious that if these seven letters be repeated in 
order opposite the remaining days of the year, the same letter which 
stood opposite the first Sunday will stand opposite every succeeding 
Sunday. Hence the use of the Dominical Letter in the Calendar is to 
indicate the days of the month on which the Sundays will fall in the 
different years. 

Leap years have two Dominical "Letters, one of which indicates the 
Sundays during the months of January and February ; the other 
during the remaining months. 

The Dominical Letters for the present year are D and C. 

The GOLDEN NUMBER of a given year is the number which indicates 
the place of that year in the lunar cycle. This cycle is a period of 
nineteen years, and is called the LUNAR CYCLE because in every nine- 
teenth year the different lunar phases new moon, full moon, etc. 
happen on the same days of the month, though about one hour and a 
half earlier in the day. It is also called the METONIC CYCLE, from the 
name of its discoverer, Meton, an Athenian astronomer, who published 
his discovery at the Olympic games celebrated in the year^ 432 B.O. 
The first year of the Christian era is regarded as the second year of the 
current lunar cycle ; hence we have the following rule for finding the 
Golden Number of any given year : Add 1 to the date of the year, 
and divide the sum by 19 ; the remainder is the Golden lumber. If 
there is no remainder, the Golden Number is 19. The Golden Number 
for the present year found by this rule is 2. For 

1920+ 1-f- 19 = 



The EPACT of any year is the number which represents in days the 
age of the moon on the 1st January of that year. One lunar month 
according to the Ecclesiastical Calendar contains 29 days. Twelve 
lunar months, therefore, contain 354 days. Hence if the first day of a 
lunar month coincides with the 1st January of a particular year, that 
moon's age on the next 1st January (supposing the year to be a common 
one) mil be 365 354, or 11 days. This number, 11, is then the Epact 
of that second year. For the third year of this series the Epact will 
be 2 (365 354), or 22; for 'the fourth year, 3 (365 354), or 33. But 
when the Epact is equal to or exceeds 30, a month is introduced or 
intercalated, and the Epact of the year is the remainder after deducting 
30. For the fourth year .of the above series, therefore, the Epact will 
be 3, instead of 33. 



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XXIV. 

The INDICTION or CYCLE OF INDICTION is a period of 15 years. It 
has no connection with any ecclesiastical feasts or religious observances, 
and was first employed, it is believed, by Constantino the Great. The 
Indiction continued to be employed for centuries by Popes and 
Emperors as a convenient method of reckoning time and of expressing 
dates. The point of departure of the Indictions was fixed by Pope 
Gregory VII. (1073-1085) to be the first day of the year 313 A.D. 
Reckoning backwards we find that the year 1 A.D. was the fourth year 
of the current Indiction. Hence to find the place of any year of the 
Christian Era in the current Cycle of Indiction we have but to add 3 
to the date of the year in question and divide the sum by 15. The 
present year is, therefore, the third of the current Indiction. For 



THE SEASONS, 1920. 

MARCH. Spring Quarter begins March 20. 
JUNE. Summer Quarter begins June 21. 
SEPTEMBER. Autumn Quarter begins September 23. 
DECEMBER. Winter Quarter begins December 22. 



ECLIPSES, 1920. 

1. A Total Eclipse of the Moon, May 2nd, visible at Dublin. 

2. A Partial Eclipse of the Sun, May 17th, invisible at Dublin. 



3. 



A Total Eclipse of the Moon. October 26th- 2 7th, invisable at 

in Kli n 



Dublin. 



4. A Partial Eclipse of the Sun, November 10th, partly visible at 

TiliV\li-n * 



Dublin. 



MOVABLE FEASTS, 1919. 

Septuagesima Sunday . Feb. 1 Trinity Sunday . May 30 

Ash Wednesday . Feb. 18 Corpus Christ! .' June 3 

Easter Sunday . April 4 First Sunday in Advent Nov. 2 8 

Ascension of Our Lord May 13 j Sundays after Pentecost 26 

Whit Sunday . May 23 ! Sundays after Epiphany 3 



XXV. 



TABLE OF MOVABLE FEASTS. 



Year of 
our Lord 


Ash Wed- 
nesday 


Easter 
Sunday 


Ascension 
Thursday 


Whit- 
Sunday 


Corpus 
Christ! 


1st Sunday 
in Advent 


1912 
1913 
1914 
1915 


2.1 Feb. 
5 Feb. 
25 Feb. 
17 Feb. 


7 Apr. 
23 Mar. 
12 Apr. 
4 Apr. 


16 May 
1 May 
21 May 
13 May 


26 May 
11 May 
31 May 
23 May 


6 June 
22 June 
11 June 
3 June 


1 Dec. 
30 Nov. 
29 Nov. 
28 Nov. 


1916 
1917 
1918 
1919 
1920 


8 Mar. 
21 Feb. 
13 Feb. 
6 Mar. 
18 Feb. 


23 Apr. 
8 Apr. 
31 Mar. 
20 Apr. 
4 Apr. 


1 June 
17 May 
9 May 
29 May 
13 May 


1] June 
27 May 
19 May 
8 June 
23 May 


22 June 
7 June 
30 May 
19 June 
3 June 


3 Dec. 
2 Dec. 
1 Dec. 
30 Nov. 

28 Nov. 


1921 
1922 
1923 
1924 
1925 


9 Feb. 
IMar. 
14 Feb. 
5 Mar. 
25 Feb. 


27 Mar. 
16 Apr. 
1 Apr. 
20 Apr. 
12 Apr. 


5 May 
25 May 
10 May 
29 May 
21 May 


15 May 
4 June 
20 May 
8 June 
31 May 


26 May 
15 June 
31 May 
19 June 
11 June 


27 Nov. 
3 Dec. 
2 Dec. 
30 Nov. 
29 Nov. 


1926 
1927 
1928 
1929 
1930 


17 Feb. 
2 Mar. 
22 Feb. 
13 Feb. 
5 Mar. 


4 Apr. 
17 Apr. 
8 Apr. 
31 Mar. 

20 Apr. 


13 May 
26 May 
17 May 
9 May 
29 May 


23 May 
5 June 
27 May 
19 May 

8 June 


3 June 
16 June 
7 June 
30 May 
19 June 


28 Nov. 
27 Nov. 
2 Dec. 
2 Dec. 
30 Nov. 


1931 
1932 
1933 
1934 
1935 


18 Feb. 
10 Feb. 
IMar. 
14 Feb. 
6 Mar. 


5 Apr. 
27 Mar. 
16 Apr. 
1 Apr. 
21 Apr. 


14 May 
5 May 
55 May 
10 May 
30 May 


24 May 
15 May 
4 June 
20 May 
9 June 


4 June 
26 May 
15 June 
31 May 
20 June 


29 Nov. 
27 Nov. 
3 Dec, 
2 Dec. 
IDec. 



HOLIDAYS OF OBLIGATION, 1920. 

On which the faithful in Ireland have to hear Mass and abstain 
from servile work. 



All Sundays 

Circumcision . . Jan. 1 

Epiphany . . Jan. 6 

^Feast of St. Patrick . Mar. 17 

Ascension Thursday . May 13 

JFeast of Corpus Christi June 3 



Ss. Peter and Paul . June 29 

Assumption of B.V.M, Aug. 15 

All Saints . . Nov. 1 

Christmas Day . . Dec. 25 



XXVI. 



ABROGATED HOLIDAYS OF OBLIGATION. 

The following Feasts were formerly Holidays of Obligation. Though 
the obligation of hearing Mass and of abstaining from servile work 
on them has ceased, they ought still to be kept as Days of Special 
Devotion. Parish Priests are still obliged to offer Mass for their 
parishioners on these days. 

St. Anne, Mother of the 

B.V.M. 

St. Laurence, Martyr . 
St. Bartholomew 
Nativity of B.V.M. 
St. Matthew 
St. Michael, Archangel 
Ss. Simon and Jude 
St. Andrew, Apostle 
Immaculate Conception 



Purification of B.V.M. Feb. 2 
St. Matthias . . Feb. 25 
St. Joseph, Spouse of the 



B.V.M. 

Annunciation of B.V.M. 
Easter Monday . 
Easter Tuesday . 
Ss. Philip and James . 
Finding of the Cross 
Whit Monday 
Whit Tuesday . 
Nativity of St. John 

Baptist 
St. James, Apostle 



Mar. 19 
Mar. 25 
April 5 
April 6 
May 1 
May 3 
Mny 24 
May 25 



June 24 
July 25 



St. Thomas, Apostle 
..St. Stephen, Martyr 
St. John, Apostle 
Holy Innocents . 
St. Silvester 



July 26 
Aug. 10 
Aug. 24 
Sept. 8 
Sept. 21 
Sept. 29 
Oct. 28 
Nov. 30 
Dec. 8 
Dec. 21 
Dec. 26 
Dec. 27 
Dec. 28 
Dec. 31 



PLENARY INDULGENCES. 



Granted to the Faithful of this country on condition of their making 
a good Confession and Communion and fulfilling the usual conditions 
on the Feasts of 
The Circumcision. 
The Epiphany. 
Purification of the B. V. Mary, 

or the Sunday following. 
St. Patrick, or any of the seven 

following days. 

Annunciation of the B^ V. Mary. 
Assumption of the B. V. Mary. 
Easter Sunday. 
Ascension. 
Pentecost. 
Corpus Christi. 

Also on the First Sunday of the Month. 

On the First Friday of each Month a Plenary Indulgence is granted 
to those who after Confession and Communion meditate for some time 
on the infinite goodness of the Sacred Heart. (S. C. Ind. September 7, 
1897). 

DAYS OF FAST AND ABSTINENCE. 

On the following days Flesh-meat is forbidden, and only one meal, 
with a collation, is allowed to those who are bound to fast. 
Ember Days. I Eve of Christmas. 

Ash Wednesday and the Fridays Pentecost. 



Trinity Sunday, or any of the 

seven following days. 
Ss. Peter and Paul, or any day 

within the Octave. 
Nativity of the B. V. Mary, or on 

the Sunday following. 
Immaculate Conception of the 

B, V. Mary, or on the Sunday 

following. 
All Saints. 
Christmas Day. 
Titular of the Church. 



nd Saturdays of Lent, 



Assumption of the B.V.M. 

All Saints. 



XXV11. 

In Ireland, Bishops may transfer the abstinence from Saturday to 
Wednesday during Lent. (S. Congr. Cone., 24th January, 1918). 

In Ireland, flesh-meat is allowed at the principal meal on the 
Saturdays of Quarter Tense (outside of Lent) and on Vigils, which 
immediately precede or follow a Friday or other day of abstinence 
(Indult of Congr. of Council, 31st July, 1912). 

On Holy Saturday, the obligation of Fast and Abstinence ceases at 
mid-day. 

All the week-days of Lent, except those mentioned above, are days 
of Fast without Abstinence. 

All Fridays are days of Abstinence. If a Holiday of Obligation falls 
on a day of Abstinence or Fast, outside of Lent, the obligation of 
Abstinence or Fast is removed. 

On St. Patrick's Day the obligation of Fast and Abstinence is also 
removed (Congr Cone. 13 May, 1919). 



EMBER DAYS. 

The Ember Days or Quarter Tense are three days in each quarter of 
the year which are set apart by the Church for fasting and special 
supplication. 

The Ember Days are always the Wednesday, Friday, and Saturday 
(a) Next after the 1st Sunday of Lent for the Spring Quarter. 
(6) Next after Whit Sunday for the Summer Quarter. 

(c) Next after the Feast of the Exaltation of the Holy Cross (14th 

Sept.) for the Autumn Quarter. 

(d) Next after the Third Sunday of Advent for the Winter Quarter. 
The dates of the Ember Days in the current year are as follows : 



SPRING. 

Wednesday, 25th February. 
Friday, 27th February. 
Saturday, 28th February. 

SUMMER. 

Wednesday, 26th May. 
Friday, 28th May. 
Saturday, 29th May. 



AUTUMN. 

Wednesday, 15th September. 
Friday, 17th September. 
Saturday, 18th September. 

WINTER. 

Wednesday, 15th December. 
Friday, 17th December. 
Saturday, 18th December. 



ROGATION DAYS. 

The Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday next before the Feast of 
the Ascension are called Rogation Days ; that is, days of special 
prayer to God for pardon of sin, for protection against pestilence, 
for peace, for the preservation of the fruits of the earth, and other 
grave necessities. The Rogation Days will occur this year on 

Monday, 10th May. | Wednesday, 12th May. 

Tuesday, llth May. 



XXV111. 



CENSUS OF IRELAND, 1911 



GENERAL SUMMARY. 

4,390,219 Persons (2,192,048 Males, and 2,198,171 Females) were 
returned as constituting the population of Ireland on the night of 
Sunday, the 2nd of April thus showing a decrease since 1901 of 
68,556 persons, or 1.5 per cent. 

There was during the decade an increase of 9,215 persons, or 0.8 per 
cent., in the Province of Leinster ; a decrease of 40,63, or 3.8 per cent. 
in the Province of Munster ; of 1,130, or 0.1 per cent., in the Province 
of Ulster ; and of 35,948, or 5.6 per cent., in the Province of Connaught. 

3,242,670 persons returned themselves as Catholics, this number 
being 65,991 under the number so returned in 1901 ; 576,611 were re- 
turned under the head of " Protestant Episcopalians," being a decrease 
of 4,478, compared with the number tabulated under that head in 1901 ; 
440,525 were returned as Presbyterians, being a decrease of 2,751, com- 
pared with 1901 ; the number of Methodists returned on the present 
occasion amounts to 62,382, being an increase of 356 on the number 
returne'd on the Census Forms in 1901. 

Of the total Population in 1911, 73.86 per cent, were returned as 
Catholics ; 13.13 per cent, as Protestant Episcopalians ; 10 . 04 per cent, 
as Presbyterians ; 1 . 42 per cent, as Methodists, 







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PROVINCES AND 
CENSUS YEARS. 




RELIGIOUS PROFESSION. 


Catholics. 


Pro- 
testant 
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palians. 


Presby- 
terians. 


Metho- 
dists. 


All 

other 
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r 1861 
\ 1871 
Leinster j 1881 
1 1891 
! 1901 
11911 


1,252.553 
1,145,104 
1.094,825 
1,015,022 
981,768 
990,045 


180,587 
164,586 
157,522 
148,384 
141,615 
140,182 


12,355 
12,556 
12,059 
12,558 
11,987 
12,866 


6,290 
6,530 
7,006 
7,803 
7,977 
8,068 


5,850 
10,675 

7,577 
8,003 
9,482 
10,883 


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1 1871 
Minister " j 1881 
1 1891 
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U911 


1,420,076 
1,304,684 
1,249,384 
1,099,241 
1,007,876 
973,805 


8Q,860 
74,213 
70,128 
62.787 
56,671 
50,646 


4,013 
4,091 
3,987 
3,647 
3,426 
v 4,180 


4,436 
4,758 
4,769 
5,229 
4,974 
4,175 


4,173 
5,739 
2,347 
2,741 
3,251 
2,689 


f 1861 
1 1871 
Ulster i 1881 
! 1891 
| 1901 
1 1911 


966,613 
897,230 
833 566 

744,859 
699,202 
690,816 


391,315 
393,268 
379,402 
362,791 
360,373 
366,773 


503,835 
477,729 
451,629 
426,245 
425/526 
421,410 


32,030 
29,903 
34,825 
40,528 
47,372 
48,816 


20,443 
35,098 
43,653 
45,391 
50,353 
53,881 


(1861 
1871 
Connaught \ 1881 
1 1891 
1 1901 
U911 


866,023 
803,849 
783,116 
688,185 
619,815 
588,004 


40,595 
35,931 
32,522 
26,141 
22,430 
19,010 


3,088 
3,272 
3,059 
2,524 
2,337 
2,069 


2,643 
2,250 
2,239 
1,940 
1,683 
1,323 


786 
911 
721 
731 

667 
578 


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1 1871 
Total of 1881 
Ireland 1 1891 
1901 
11911 


4,505 265 
4,150,867 
3,960,891 
3,547,307 
3,308.661 
3,238,656 


693,357 

667,998 
639,574 
600,103 

581,089 
575,489 


523,291 
497,648 
470,734 
444.974 
443,276 
439,876 


45,399 
43,441 

48,839 
55,500 
62,006 
61,806 


31,655 
52,423 
54,798 
56,866 
63,743 
68,031 


Increase or Decrease 
between 1901 and 
1911 
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Decrease 
70,005 


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5,600 


De- 
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3,400 


De- 
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In- 
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NUMBER OF NON-CATHOLICS IN IRELAND. 



1861 I 1871 1881 I 1891 1901 
1,293,299 1,261,510 | 1,213,9.45 | 1,157,443 1,150,114 



1911 
1,147,549 



POPULATION OF IRELAND. 



1861 
5,798,546 


1871 
5,412,377 


1881 
5,174,836 


1891 

4,704,750 


1901 

4,458,775 


1911 
4,390,219 



Catholics form 73.9 of the Population of Ireland, the actual number 
amounting to 3,242,670 in a Total Population of 4,390,219. 

EDUCATIONAL STATISTICS. 

TAKEN FROM THE CENSUS RETURNS, 1911. 



NUMBER OF PRIMARY SCHOOLS IN IRELAND. 







Male 


Female 


Mixed 


To 


Schools under Board of ' 
National Education ~) 


1911 
1901 
1891 


1,736 
2,005 
1,970 


1,435 
1,598 
1,584 


5,076 
4,966 

4,747 


8,247 
8,569 
8,301 


Schools under Christian ( 
Brothers and other < 
Catholic Communities ( 


1911 
1901 
1891 


39 
64 

108 


5 
16 
13 


12 
17 
12 


56 
97 
133 


Total No. of Primary j 
Schools | 


1911 
1901 
1891 


1,823 
2,116 
2,143 


1,508 
1,692 
1,684 


5,318 
5,349 
5,350 


8,649 
9 157 
9,177 



PRIMARY SCHOOLS IN IRELAND. 

Number of Pupils in Attendance at Primary Schools in Ireland during 
the week ended 13th May, 1911 ; llth May, 1901, and 30th May, 1891. 







Catholics 


Proteslant 
Episco- 
palians 


All 
Others 


Schools under Board of National 
Education 

Schools under Christian Brothers! 
and other Catholic Communities! 

Schools under other Societies or -^ 
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1911 
1901 
1891 


471,759 
446,827 
490,535 


76,012 

72,852 
68007 


86,571 
82 530 
78,154 


1911 
1901 
1891 


10,131 
14,891 
21,599 


18 
35 

27 


9 
18 
12 


1911 
1901 
1891 


8,894 
9,014 
9,001 


3,294 
4,261 
6,131 


1,127 
932 
1,195 


Total 


1911 
1901 

1891 


491,988 
471,910 
522,813 


80,975 
80,300 
81,360 


88,189 
84,567 

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NUMBER OF CATHOLICS IN IRELAND RECEIVING INSTRUCTION 

In Latin, Greek, Modern Languages, Mathematics and Irish, respectively 

during the weeks ended 30th May, 1891, llth May, 1901, and 13th 

May, 1911. 







CATHOLICS. 


Latin 


Greek 


Modern 
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6,083 


683 


1,846 5 


11248 


6,717 


10,672 


4,036 


86,265 


79,541 




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6,750 


941 


2,559 15 


10877 


6,657 


10,391 


2,107 


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7,530 


812 


1,116 


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1901 


6,721 
7,691 


1,851 
2,574 


17,965 
17,534 


14,708 
12,498 


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35, 


806 
924 


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1891 


5,105 


2,223 


13,930 


8,342 


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429 



NUMBER OF PUPILS IN IRELAND, 

Whose Course included one or more of the following Subjects : Latin, 

Greek, Modern Languages and Mathematics in May, 1891, 1901, 

and 1911. 







Males 


Females 


Total 


Catholics 


(1911 
U901 

(1891 


11,938 
11,425 

8,835 


6,766 
6,823 
5,707 


18,704 
18,248 
14,542 


Protestant Episcopalians 


(1911 
^1901 
(1891 


3,186 
3,121 

3,087 


2,491 

2,548 
2,207 


5,677 
5,669 
5,294 



Presbyterians 


( 1911 
{ 1901 
( 1891 


1,373 
1,594 
1,176 


1,825 
1,417 
1,148 


3,198 
3,011 
2,324 


Methodists 


( 1911 
{ 1901 
( 1891 


399 
396 
340 


309 
364 

288 


708 
760 
628 


All other Denominations 


f 1911 
\ 1901 

11891 


326 
567 
442 


337 

229 

254 


663 
796 
696 



XXX VI. 

The Census Commissioners state that 466,818 persons, or 8.05 per 
cent, of the population, were under instruction in schools and colleges 
in 1861 (on the 17th day of May) ; that 639,955, or 11 . 82 per cent., were 
similarly circumstanced in 1871 (week ended 17th June) ; that in 1881 
(week ended 14th May) the number was 699,729 (355,084 males, and 
344,645 females), or 13.52 per cent, of the population ; in 1891 (week 
ended 30th May), 712,843 (360,304 males, and 352,539 females), or 
15.15 per cent, of the population; in 1901 (week ended llth May), 
675,342 (341,659 males, and 333,683 females), or 15. 15 per cent, of the 
population ; and in 1911 (week ended 13th May), 703,933 (354,603 males 
and 349,330 females), or 16.03 of the population. They were distri- 
buted numerically as follows : 

Primary Schools : 

1911 1901 1891 

Males .. 325,458 315,513 342,918 

Females .. 335,694 , 321,264 342,156 



661,152 636,777 685,074 

Superior (or Intermediate) Schools : 

1911 1901 1891 



Males Females Males Females Males Females 

Non-resident 21,297 8,510 17,994 7,891 9,994 6,959 

Resident 6,263 5,087 5,051 4,437 3,919 3,399 

27,560 13,597 23,045 12,328 13,913 10,358 

Colleges of Universities and other Colleges : 

1911 1901 1891 

Males Females Males Females Males Females 

Non-resident 976 280 1,275 91 452 25 

Resident 1,242 1,826 2,021 



2,218 280 3,101 91 3,473 25 

Dealing with the instruction in Primary Schools according to religious 
professions they find that the percentage of Catholic^ pupils to the 
Catholic population was 7.27 in 1861 ; in 1871, 11.19 m 1881, 13.15 
in 1891, 14.74; in 1901, 14.26; and in 1911, 15.17. Protestant 
Episcopalians increased from 9.73 per cent, in 1861, to 12.38 in 1871 ; 
to 12.69 in 1881 ; to 13. 56 in 1891 ; to 13. 82 in 1901 ; and to 14.04 
in 1911 ; there were 13.73 per cent, of the Presbyterians in 1881 ; 
15.63 in 1891; 15.99 in 1901; and 16.49 in 1011; 10.49 of the 
Methodists in 1881; 12.39 in 1891; 12.74 in 1901; and 13.62 in 
1911; and 6.07 in 1881 ; 7. 91 in 1891; 9.09 in 1901 ; and 9. 85 in 
1911, of "All Other Denominations," under instruction in Primary 
Schools, 



XXX Vll. 

Under the head of Superior Establishments they find under instruc- 
tion in them of Catholics, .27 per cent, of the Catholic population in 
1861 ; in 1871, as also in 1881, .30 per cent. ; in 1891, .43 per cent. ; 
in 1901, .78; and in 1911, .98; of Protestant Episcopalians, 1.14 
per cent, in 1861 and 1871 of the Protestant Episcopalian popula- 
tion ; 1.23 per cent, in 1881 ; 1.21 per cent, in 1891 ; 1.2 per cent, 
in 1901 ; and 1.07 in 1911. The Presbyterians under instruction in 
superior establishments in 1881 equalled .65, Methodists 1.58, and 
"All Other Denominations " 1.75 per cent. ; in 1891, .75, 1.42 and 
1.64 per cent., in 1901, .82, 1 .63 an<y .47 per cent., and in 1911, 0.81, 
1.36, and 1.10 per cent, respectively of the population under each 
of these headings. 

Dealing generally with the numbers under instruction in Irish 
schools (Primary and Superior) the Census Commissioners find that 
the percentage to the population was for Catholics, in 1861, 7.54 ; in 
1871, 11.48; in 1881, 13.45; in 1891, 15. 17 ; in 1901, 15.04 ; and in 
1911, 16.15; for Protestant Episcopalians, 10.87 per cent, in 1861 ; 
13. 52 in 1871; 13. 92 in 1881; 14. 77 in 1891; 15.08 in 1901 ; and 
15. 11 in 1911. The percentage for Presbyterians, Methodists, and all 
other denominations respectively was in 1891, 16.38, 13.81, and 9. 55 ; 
in 1901, 16.81, 14.37, and 10.55, and in 1911, 17.30, 14.98, and 10.95. 



SUPERIOR SCHOOLS AND COLLEGES. 

In 1871, 578 establishments with 24,170 students ; in 1881, 504 with 
24,693 students ; in 1891, 490 with 27,769 students ; in 1901, 510 
with 38,564 students, and in 1911, 507 with 43,655 students were 
tabulated under the head of superior schools and colleges. 

The following is the distribution of the students according to 
religions : 



1911 
1901 
1891 

1881 
L871 



Roman 
Catholics 
31,742 


Protestant 
Episcopalians 

6,220 


Presby- 
terians. 

3,580 


Metho- All other 
dists. Denomination 

848 747 


25,647 


7,335 


3,638 


1,011 


934 


15,430 


, 7,280 


3,312 


787 


930 


12,064 
12,274 


7,854 

7,628 


3,063 


775 


937 




4,268 





XXXV111. 



THE IRISH LANGUAGE. 



TABLE, SHOWING the NUMBER and PROPORTION PER CENT, of the 
IRISH- SPEAKING POPULATION in each Province in 1881, 1891, 
1901, and 1911. 



(Taken from the Census Returns, 1911.) 



NUMBER OF PERSONS. 



PROVINCES 




Who 
Spoke Irish 
Only. 


Who Spoke 
Irish 
and English. 


Total 
who Spoke 
Irish. 


Proportion per 
cent, of the 
Population who 
could speak Irish 




1881 


50 


27,402 


27,452 


2.1 




1891 


8 


13,699 


13,177 


1.2 


Lei lister 


1901 


7 


26,429 


26,436 


2.3 




1911 


3 40,222 


40,225 


3.5 




1881 


18,422 


427,344 


445,776 


33.5 


Minister 


1891 


9,060 


268,573 


307,633 


26.2 




1901 


4,387 


271,881 


276,268 


25.7 




1911 


2,766 


225,928 


228,694 


22.1 




1881 


12,360 


98,163 


110,523 


6.3 


Ulster 


1891 


7,053 


77,099 


84,152 


5.2 




1901 


4,456 


88,402 


92,858 


5.9 




1911 


4,737 


91,703 


96,440 


6.1 




1881 


33,335 


332,856 


366,191 


44.6 


Connaught 


1891 


22,071 


252,712 


274,783 


37.8 




1901 


12,103 


233,477 


245,580 38.0 




1911 


9,367 


207,720 


217,087 


35.5 




'1881 


64,167 


885,765 


949,932 


18.2 


Total for 


1891 


38,192 


642,053 


680,245 


14.5 


Ireland 


1901 


20,953 


620,189 


641,142 


14.4 




1911 


16,873 


565.573 


582.446 


13.3 



XXXIX. 

The highest county percentage of persons who could speak Irish in 
the Province of Leinster is that for the county of Louth 5. 9 per cent, 
of the population. The percentage for Kilkenny was 4.4 ; for Dublin 
City 3.9; for Meath 3.8; for Westmeath 3.5; for Dublin County 3.4; 
King's County 3.4; Carlow 2.8; Wexf ord 2.8; Queen's County 2.6; 
Kildare 2.5; "Longford 2.1, and Wicklow 1.7. 

In the Province of Munster there are two counties, in 1911, in which 
the proportion of the population who could speak Irish was under 
20 per cent., viz., Limerick and Tipperary, in the former of which 
the percentage was 10 4, and in the latter 6. 6. 

With the exception of Donegal there is not in any county in Ulster 
which had, in 1911, 20 per cent, of its population able to speak Irish, 
the nearest approaches being the counties of Monaghan, Derry City, 
Cavan, Fermanagh, Armagh, Derry County, and Belfast City, in which 
the percentages were respectively 7. 6, 5. 3, 4. 7, 3. 3, 2. 5, 2. 3, 2. 1, and 
2.0. In Antrim County 1 . 4 and in Down 1 . 2 per cent, could speak Irish. 

There are two counties in the Province of Connaught in which not 
20 per cent, of the population could speak Irish, viz., Leitrim and 
Roscommon, in which the percentages were 6.2 and 10.8 respectively. 

The following statement shows the counties in which over 20 per 
cent, of the population in 1901 and in 1911 were returned as able to 
speak the Irish language : 



Province 


County 


Number 
1901 


Percentage 
to 
Population 


Number Percentage 
1891 Population 








1901 




1891 


Connaught 


Galway 


108,870 


56.5 


98,523 


54.1 


tf 


Mayo 


99,764 


50.1 


88,601 


46.1 


Munster 


Kerry 


71,671 


43.2 


60,719 


38.0 





Waterford 


29,460 


48.8 


21,692 


38.4 




Clare 


43,486 


38.7 


36,704 


35.2 


Ulster 


Donegal 


60,677 


34.9 


59,313 


35.2 


Munster 


Cork 


97,979 


29.8 


77,205 


23.8 


Connaught 


Sligo 


17,570 


20.9 


15,927 


20.1 



From the foregoing statement it will be seen that in eight of the 
thirty-two counties over 20 per cent, of the population in 1901 and 
1911 could speak the Irish language ; four of those counties are situate 
in Munster, three in Connaught and one in Ulster. 

EMIGRATION. 

The following statement shows, by ages, the number of Irish emi- 
grants during the ten calendar years 1901-1910 : 

Under 15 years .. 30,880 8.9 

15 years and under 25 .. 204,824 59.2 

25 years and under 35 .. 83,372 24.1 

35 years and under 45 .. 16,708 4.8 

45 years and upwards .. 10,171 3.0 

Ages unspecified 69 

Total .. 346,024 100.0 

The number of emigrants during the twenty years 1891-1911 was 
equal to an average annual rate of 8.6 per 1,000 of the mean popula- 
tion ; the rate being for Leinster 3.9 ; Munster, 13.2 ; Ulster, 6 1 ; 
and Connaught, 15.3 per 1,000. 



The following statement shows the counties arranged according to 
the highest annual rate of emigration per 1,000 of the population 
during the twenty years ended March 31st, 1911 : 





Average An- 






Average An. 




COUNTY. | nual Rate 




COUNTY. 


nual Bate 






per 1,000. 






per 1,000. 


1 


Kerry . 


18.3 


17 


Carlow . 


6.6 


2 


Mayo . 


17.4' 


18 


Monaghan 


6.2 


3 


Galway 


16.1 


19 


Armagh . 


6.0 


4 


Cork , 


14.7 


20 


Derry . 


6.0 


5 


Clare . 


13.9 


21 


Queen's Co. . 


5.9 


6 


Roscommon 


13.3 


22 


King's Co. 


5.8 


7 


, Sligo . 


13.3 


23 


Meath . 


5.6 


8 


Lei trim 


12.9 


24 


Down . 


5.6 


9 


Cavan . 


10.7 


25 


Kilkenny 


* 5.1 


10 


Longford 


10.6 


26 


Westmeath 


4.8 


11 


Tipperary 


9.7 


27 


Antrim . . . 


4.5 


12 


Waterford . 


9.5 


28 


Louth . 


4.4 


13 


Limerick 


8.6 


29 


Kildare 


3.5 


14 


Tyrone 


7.5 


30 


Wexford 


3.2 


15 


Donegal 


7.3 


31 


Wicklow 


2.8 


16 


Fermanagh . 


6.7 


32 


Dublin . 


2.3 



TABLE showing the number of Emigrants Natives of Ireland in 
each year from the 1st of May, 1851, to the 31st of March, 1911 : 



Years. 


No. of 
Emigrants 


Years. 


No. of 
Emigrants 


Years. 


No. of 
Emigrants 


Years. 


No. of 
Emigrants 


1851 


152,060 


1867 


80,624 


1883 


108,724 


1899 


41,232 


1852 


190,322 


1868 


61,018 


1884 


75,863 


1900 


45,288 


1853 


173,148 


1869 


66,568 


1885 


62,034 


1901 


39,613 


1854 


140,555 


1870 


74,855 


1886 


63,135 


1902 


40,190 


1855 


91,914 


1871 


71,240 


1887 


82,923 


1903 


36,902 


1856 


90,781 


1872 


78,102 


1888 


78,684 


1904 


30,676 


1857 


95,081 


1873 


90,149 


1889 


70,477 


1905 


36,776 


1858 


04,337 


1874 


73,184 


1890 


61,313 


1906 


35,344 


1859 


80,599 


1875 


51,462 


1891 


59,623 


1907 


39,082 


1860 


84,621 


1876 


37,587 


1892 


50,867 


1908 


23,295 


1861 


64,292 


1877 


38,503 


1893 


48,147 


1909 


28,676 


1862 


70,117 


1878 


41,124 


1894 


35,895 


1910 


32,457 


1863 


117,229 


1879 


47,065 


1895 


48,703 


1911 




1864 


114,169 


1880 


95,517 


1896 


38,995 


(toSlst 




1865 


101,497 


1881 


78,417 


1897 


32,535 


March) 


4,109 


1866 


99,467 


1882 


89,136 


1898 


32,241 




















Total 


4,288,539 



xli. 



DESTINATION OF EMIGRANTS DURING THE TEN 
YEARS, 1901-1911. 



DESTINATION. 


Number. 


Per- 
centage. 


To United States 


274,465 


79.3 


Canada 


24,927 


7.2 


South Africa 


2,936 


0.8 


Australia 


4,802 


1.4 


New Zealand 


1,214 


0.4 


England and Wales 


22,612 


6.5 


Scotland 


14,532 


4.2 


Other Countries 


536 


0.2 


Total 


346,024 


100.0 



xlii. 



POSTAL REGULATIONS. 



INLAND LETTER POST, 

Not exceeding 4 ounces, l^d. For every additional 2 ounces, |d. 
No letter to be above 24 inches in length, 12 inches in width, and 
12 inches in depth. 



PARCEL POST. 



Not exceeding 1 Ib. ,04 

3 06 



Not exceeding 7 Ib. .09 

11 10 



No Parcel can be sent exceeding 11 Ibs. in weight. 

The dimensions allowed for an Inland Postal Parcel are : 

Greatest length . . 3 ft. 6 in. 

Greatest length and girth combined . . 6 ft. in. 

Payment of Postage only secures compensation up to 2. 

INLAND BOOK POST. 

Not exceeding 2 ounces, ^d. .For every additional 2 ounces, |d 

Printed and written matter, not in the'nature of a letter, and certain 
formal documents, circulars, etc., may be sent by the Book Post. 

NEWSPAPERS. 

For each registered Newspaper, not exceeding 6 ounces, d., with a 
further |d. for every addtional 6 ouncestor fraction of 6 ounces. No 
packet of Newspapers to be above 2 Ibs. in weight, 2 feet in length^ 
1 foot in width, and 1 foot in depth. 

POSTAL ORDERS. 

The Orders are issued for 6d., and all multiples of 6d. up to 20s. and 
for 21s. The poundage charged is as follows : For Orders from 6d. to 
15s. inclusive, Id. ; 15s. 6d. to 21s. inclusive 1 d. 



xliii. 

INLAND MONEY ORDERS, 

For sums \ 1 3 10 20 30 40 

not over J 
the charge is 2d. 3d. 4d. 6d. 8d, lOd. 



TELEGRAPH MONEY ORDERS, 

The Commission is at the same rate as for ordinary Inland Money 
Orders, plus 2d., and costjof Official Telegram of Advice, 

TELEGRAMS (INLAND). 

9 

Ninepence for first 12 words, and a halfpenny for each additional 
word. 

* INLAND REGISTRATION AND COMPENSATION. 

The Postmaster-General will (not in consequence of any legal lia- 
bility, but voluntarily, and as an act of grace), subject to the rules in 
force for the time being, give compensation for the loss and damage 
of Inland Registered Postal Packets of all kinds upon prepayment of 
a fee in addition to the postage. This fee either consists of or includes 
in each case the ordinary registration fee of 2d. ; and the scale of fees 
and the respective limits of compensation are as follows 7- 



Limit of 

Fee. Compensation. 

2d. 5 



Limit of 
Fee. Compensation, 

3d. 20 



and Id. for each additional 20 up to 400. 



CONVEYANCE OF SINGLE POST LETTERS BY RAILWAY. 

By an agreement with the Postmaster-General railway companies 
are permitted to accept and convey by the next available train or 
steamship Single Inland Post Letters, not exceeding 4 oz. in weight 
either to be called for at the station of address, or to be transferred 
there to the nearest Post Office Letter Box. In addition to the postage 
of Id., which must be prepaid by means of adhesive stamps, the 
Companies are authorised to charge a fee of 2d. per letter. 



FOREIGN AND COLONIAL POST, 
LETTERS. 

To all British Possessions, to Egypt, the United States of America, 
British Postal Agencies in Morocco, and to British Ships of War serving 
abroad, ld. per oz. To all other places, 2Jd. for first oz., and ld. for 
every additional oz. 



xliv. 

POST CARDS. 

The prepaid rate of postage on every Post-card is Id., and on 
very reply Post-card 2d. 

PRINTED PAPERS, COMMERCIAL PAPERS AND SAMPLES, 

For every 2 oz., |d. Minimum for Commercial Papers, 2|d., and 
for Samples, Id. 

FOREIGN AND COLONIAL MONEY ORDERS. 

For sums -k 1 2 4 6 g 1Q 

not over j 

the charge is 3d. 6d. 9d. 1 /- 1/3 1 ,/6 

And for countries on which Orders may be issued for more than 10, 
3d. for every additional 2 or part of 2. 

FOREIGN AND COLONIAL TELEGRAPH MONEY ORDERS. 

Poundage at the same rate as for ordinary Foreign Money Orders 
plus 6d. and cost of Official Telegram of Advice. 



STAMP DUTIES. 



RECEIPT OR DISCHARGE, 

Receipt or Discharge given for or upon the payment of any 
sum of money, or the acknowledgment by post of the 
safe arrival of securities of money, amounting to 2 or 
upwards . . . . . .00 

Penalty for giving a Receipt without Stamp . 10 



SCRIP CERTIFICATE. 

For and upon any Scrip Certificate entitling any person to 
become proprietor of any share in any Company, or 
Scrip Certificate issued or delivered in the United King- 
dom, entitling any person to become the proprietor of 
any share of any Foreign or Colonial Company . 001 

Scrip or other document denoting the right of any person as 
a subscriber to any loan raised by any Company, or 
issued or delivered in the United Kingdom, in respect of 
any loan raised by any Foreign or Colonial Government, 
State, or Corporation. . . . . .001 

AFFIDAVIT OR STATUTORY DECLARATION. 

Not to be used in any Court of Law or Equity, or before any 

Judge or Master . . . . .026 



AGREEMENT. 

Under hand only, the matter whereof is of the value of 5 
or upwards, and not otherwise charged 



006 



APPRAISEMENT. 

Appraisement, or Valuation of any estate, or effects, dilapidations, 
repairs materials and labour, or artificers' work: 

Not exceeding 5 . 



Above 5 and not exceeding 10 
10 20 



20 

30 

40 

50 

100 

200 

500 



30 

40 

50 

100 

200 
500 





1 
1 
2 
2 
5 
10 
15 




xlvi . 



APPRENTICES' INDENTURES (IN IRELAND). 

If no Premium or not above 10 . . Nil 

Above 10 02 



ARTICLES. 

Articles of clerkship to solicitor 



. 80 



BILLS OF EXCHANGE OR PROMISSORY NOTES. 

Bill of Exchange, Draft, or Order, on Demand . .002 

Inland and Foreign Bill of Exchange or Promissory Note : 

Not exceeding 10 . . . . .002 

Exceeding 10 and not exceeding 25 . .003 

25 ,,50 . .00 6 

,,50 ,,75 . .009 

75 100 . .010 

100, for every 100 or fractional part of 100 010 

CONTRACT NOTE. 

Contract Note relating to the sale or purchase of stocks, funds, or 
securities, share or shares, of the amount or value of 5 or up, 
wards a duty ranging from 6d. on values between 5 and 100- 
up to 1 on values exceeding 20,000. 



ESTATE DUTIES. 

Payable upon the capital value of all property which passes on the 
death of a person : 

Rate 



Where the principal value exceeds 

100 and does not exceed 500' 

500 1,000 

1,000 5,000 

5,000 10,000 

10,000 20,000 

20,000 40,000 

40,000 70.000 

70,000 100^000 

100,000 150,000 

150,000 200,000 

200,000 400,000 

400,000 000,000 

600,000 800,000 

800,000 1,000,000 

1,000,000 



per cent. 

1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 
10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
15 



Estates exceeding 1,000,000 pay 10 per cent, on first million, with 
11 per cent, for next half- million, 12 per cent, for a further half-million, 
and*so on to a maximum of 15 per cent. 



xlvii. 

Property passing on death will include both real and personal pro- 
perty (a) Over which the deceased had a disposing power ; (6) Which 
was settled and an interest in which accrues on the death to some other 
person ; (c) Property which would be subject to account duty under 
the Acts of 1881 and 1889 if those Acts were extended to real property 
and to settlements which are not voluntary ; (d) Any annuity purchased 
by the deceased to the extent of the beneficial interest accruing on 
the death. 

LEGACY AND SUCCESSION DUTY, 

Value 20 or upwards. To children or their descendants or 

ancestors ; also to husbands and wives inheriting . 1 per cent. 

(This duty is not payable in respect of any property 
on which probate duty has been paid under the Act of 

1881.) 

To brother or sister or their descendants . . .5 per cent. 

'To all other relations or to strangers . . . 10 per cent. 



GAME LICENCE. 

To kill Game (annual) . . . . .300 

fourteen days . . . .100 

from 1st August to 31st October . .200 

from 1st November to 31st July . 200 
Gamekeeper, being an assessed servant, whether deputed 

or not . . . . . .200 

Gamekeeper in Ireland acting under a deputation registered 

with supervisor, whole year . . . .300 

From 1st August to 31st October . . . .200 

From 1st November to 31st July . . . .200 

Game-dealers . . . . . .200 

<*un to carry a gun or firearm of any description . 10 



(Persons holding game .licences, soldiers and sailors, when using or 
carrying a gun in the execution of their duty, or when engaged in target 
jDractice, are exempt) 33 and 34 Viet., c. 57, sec. 7, sub-sec. 1. 



LETTERS OF ALLOTMENT, 

Less than 5 . . . . . .00 

5 and upwards . . . . .00 



xlviii. 
BANKS IN DUBLIN, 



Bank of Ireland, College Green. 

Ulster Bank, 32 and 33 College 
Green. 

Royal Bank of Ireland, Foster 
Place, College Green. 

Hibernian Bank, 23 to 27 College 
Green. 

Provincial Bank of Ireland, 5 Col- 
lege Street. 

Northern Banking Co., 66 Upper 
O'Connell Strfeet, 



National Bank, 34 College Green. 
Munster and Leinster Bank, 7 to 

9 Dame Street. 
Belfast Banking Co., 20 to 22 

College Green. 
Boyle, Low, Murray and Co., 35 

College Green. 
Guinness, Mahon and Co., 17 

College Green. 



Hours of attendance, from 10 till 3 o'clock ; Saturdays, from 10 
till 1 o'clock. 



LAST WILL OR TESTAMENT. 

It is important that all who have property to bequeath, or instruction* 
to give for the Catholic education of their children, should mako their 
wills while their health and faculties are unimpaired. Instead of 
trusting in printed forms and directions, it is always better to obtain 
the help of an experienced lawyer. A will must be written in irik r 
on paper or parchment. It must be signed at the end by the testator,. 
in the presence of two or more witnesses, and he should, after signing. 
it, take it in his hands and say : " I acknowledge this to be my last 
will and testament, and request you to witness it." The witnesses 
(who must be parties not interested in the will) will then sign in the 
presence of the testator, and of each other, writing fully and clearly 
their name, surname, residence and trade or profession, etc. It is 
not absolutely necessary for the witnesses to know the contents of 
a will. Obliterations and alterations should be avoided, and whei* 
they are necessary should be signed by the testator and witnesses. 



CATHOLIC PEERS OF 

DUKES. 

Norfolk (Eng.) 



MARQUISES, 

Queensberry 
Bute 



EARLS. 

Westmeath (Irel.) 
Denbigh (Eng.) 
Fingall (Irel.) 
Kinnoull (Scot.) . 
Newburgh (Scot.). 
Abingdon (Eng.) . 
Granard (Irel.) 
Mexborough (Irel.) 
Kenmare (Irel.) 
Nelson (U.K.) 
Gainsborough (U.K.) 



VISCOUNTS. 

Gormanston (Irel.) 
Taaffe (Irel.) 
Southwell (Irel.) . 

BARONS. 

Mowbray (Eng.) . 
Camoys (Eng.) 



xltx. 
GREAT BRITAIN AND IRELAND (49), 

BARONS continued. created. 
Trimleston (Irel.) . . 1461 

Vaux of Harrowden (Eng.) 1523 
Braye (Eng.) . . 1529 

Lovat (Scot.) . .1540 

Louth(Irel.) . . 1541 

North (Eng.) . .1554 

Petre (Eng.) . .1605 

Arundell of Wardour (Eng. ) 1 605 
Dormer (Eng.) . . 1615 

Stafford (Eng.) . .1640 

Clifford of Chudleigh (Eng.) 1672 
Auckland (Gt. Br.) . 1793 

Ffrench (Irel.) . . 179S 

Seaton (U.K.) . .1839 

Bellew(Irel.) . . 1848- 

De Freyne (U.K.). . 1851 

Howard of Glossop (U.K.). 1869 
Acton (U.K.) . .1869 

Emly (U.K.) . .1874 

Gerard (U.K.) . . 1876- 

Haldon (U.K.) . .1880 

Ashbourne (U.K.) . 1885 

Killanin (U.K.) . . 1900 

MacDonnell of Swinford 

(U.K.V . 190* 

Shaughnessy (U.K.) . . 1916 
Treowen of Llanarth (U.K.) 1917 
Shandon (U.K.) . . 191* 

Morris (U.K.) . .1918 



created 
1483 



1682 
1796 



1621 
1622 
1628 
1633 
1660 
1682 
1684 
1766 
1800 
1805 
1841 



1478 
1628 
1776 



1283 
1383 



BARONESSES, 

Furnivall (Eng.) . . 1295 

Beaumont (Eng.) . . 1309 

Wentworth (Eng.) . 1529 

Herries (Scot.) Duchess of 

Norfolk . 1489 



MEMBERS OF THE HOUSE OF LORDS. 

ACCORDING TO THEIR TITLES IN THE HOUSE. 



DUKES. 



Norfolk. 



MARQUISES. 

Bute ; Queensberry. 

EARLS, 

Abingdon ; Denbigh ; Gains- 
borough ; Nelson ; Westmeath. 



BARONS, 

Acton; Arundell; Asbbourne; Auck- 
land ; Bellew ; Braye ;. Camoys ; 
Clifford ; De Freyne ; Dormer ; 
Emly ; Fingall ; Gerard ; Gor- 
manston ; Granard ; Haldon ; Hay; 
Howard of Glossop ; Kenmare ; 
Killanin ; Lovat ; MacDonnell of 
Swinford ; Morris; Mowbray and 
Stourton ; North ; Petre ; Seaton ; 
Shandon; Shaughnessy; Stafford; 
Treowen of Llanarth ; Vaux, 



CATHOLIC LORDS WHO ARE NOT PEERS, 
BUT WHO BEAR COURTESY TITLES. 

Bective, Earl of ; son of the Marquis of Headfort. 

Campden, Viscount ; son of the Earl of Gainsborough. 

Castlerosse. Viscount ; son of the Earl of Kenmare. 

Crich ton- Stuart, Lord Colum Edmund ; son of the 3rd Marquis of Bute, 

Douglas, Rev. Lord Archibald ; son of the 7th Marquis of Queensberry. 

Douglas, Lord Alfred ; son of the 8th Marquis of Queensberry. 

Dumfries, Earl of ; son of the Marquis of Bute. 

JEncombe, Viscount ; grandson of the Earl of Eldon. 

Feilding, Viscount ; son of the Earl of Denbigh. 

Forbes, Viscount ; son of the Earl of Granard. 

Kerr, Lord Walter ; son of the 7th Marquis of Lothian. 

Killeen, Lord ; son of the Earl of Fingall. 

Kynnaird, Viscount : son of the Earl of Newburgh. 

Nevill, Lord William ; son of the 1st Marquis of Abergavenny. 

Norreys, Lord ; son of the Earl of Abingdon. 

Pollington, Viscount ; son of the Earl of Mexborowgh. 

Talbot, Lord Edmund, M.P. ; uncle of the Duke of Norfolk. 

Taylour, Lord William ; 2nd son of the Marquis of Headfort. 

CATHOLIC BARONETS. 



Created 

-Cope, Sir Anthony (Eng.) . 1611 
Tich borne, Sir Joseph Henry 

Bernard Doughty (Eng.) . 1620 
Aylmer, Sir Arthur Percy 

"Fitzgerald (Irel.) . 1621 

-Jerningham, Sir Henry Wil- 
liam Stafford (Eng.) . 1621 
Wnlseley, Sir Charles M. 

(Eng.) . . 1628 

Esmonde, Sir Thomas Henry 

Grattan (Irel.) . .1628 

Throckmorton, Sir Nicholas 

William (Eng.) . .1642 

Blount, Sir Walter (Eng.) . 1642 
Haggerston, Sir John De 

Marie (Eng.) . .1643 

Bedingfeld, Sir Henry (Eng. ) 1 660 
Smythe, Sir John W. (Eng.) 1660 
Dixie, Sir Alex. B. C. (Eng.) 1660 
Cunyngham, Sir Wm.(Scot.) 1669 
Mostyn, Sir Pyers (Eng.) . 1670 
Moore,Sir T.O'Connor (Irel.) 1681 
Dalrymple, Sir Walter (Scot.) 1697 
Blunt, Sir John (Gt. Brit.) . 1720 
Oodrington, Sir William (Gt. 

Brit.) . . 1721 

Heathcote, Rev. Sir Wm. 

S.J. (Gt. Brit.) . .1723 

St. George, Sir John (Irel.) . 1766 



Created 

Young, Sir W T m. L. (Gt.Brit.) 1769 
Falkiner, Sir Terence (Irel.) 1777 
Sykes, Sir Mark (Gt. Brit.) . 1783 
Hunter-Blair, Rev. Sir D. 

Oswald, O.S.B. (Gt. Brit.) 1786 
Nugent, Sir Charles (Irel.) .1795 
Grace, Sir Valentine (U.K.) 1795 
Baker, Sir George (Gt. Brit.) 1796 
Bellincham, Sir Alan (Eng.) 1796 
Burkel Sir Gerald (Irel.) . 1797 
Goold, Sir Jas. Stephen 

(U.K.) . . 1801 

Blennerhassett, Sir Marina- 
duke (U.K.) . .1803 
Radcliffe, Sir Joseph (U.K.) 1819 
MacDonald, Sir Archibald 

(U.K.) . . 1821 

Simeon, Sir John (U.K.) . 1815 
Cooper, Sir Charles (U.K.) 1821 
Paul, Sir Aubrey (U.K.) . 1821 
Vavasour, Sir Leonard Pius 1826 
Nugent, Sir Walter R. (U.K.) 1831 
Barrow, Sir Francis L. (U.K.) 1835 
O'Loghlen,Sir Michael (U.K.) 1838 
Grattan- Belle w, Sir Henry 

Christopher (U.K.) . 1838 

De Trafford, Sir Humphrey 

Francis (U.K.) . .1841 

Lawson, Sir Henry (U.K.) . 1841 



li. 



CATHOLIC BARONETS continued. 



Created 
Power, Sir Thomas Talbot 

(U.K.) . . 1841 

O'Brien, Sir Timoth}' Carew 

(U.K.) . . 1849 

O'Connell, Sir Maurice 

(U.K.) . . 1869 

Hose, Sir Francis (U.K.) . 1872 
Rose, Sir Philip (U.K.) . 1874 
Errington, Sir George (U.K.) 1885 
Clifford, Sir George (U.K.) 1887 
Knill, Sir John (U.K.) . 1893 



Created! 

Austin. Sir William (U.K.). 1894 
Fitzgerald, Sir Edwd. (U.K.) 1903 
Murphy, Sir James (U.K.) . 1906- 
Nixon, SirChristopher(U.K.) 1905 
Coats. Sir Stuart (U.K.) . 1901 
Ward, Sir Joseph (U.K.) . 1912 
Murphy, Sir Michael (U.K.) 1912 
Nelson, Sir William (U.K.) 191 
Stafford, Sir Th omas (U.K.) 1 9 1 
Russell, Sir Charles (U.K.) 191& 
Dunn, Sir William 191T 



CATHOLIC KNIGHTS. 



Aspinall, Sir J. F. 
Barry, Sir John E. 
Byrne, Sir William 
Carr, Sir William 
Chance, Sir Arthur 
Cleary, Sir Francis 
Clifford, Sir Hugh 
Corbett, Sir Vincent 
Cox, Sir William 
Daly, Sir Malachy B.- 
Dempsey, Sir Alexander 
Donovan, Sir William 
Doran, Sir Henry 
Dowries, Sir Joseph 
Elgar, Sir Edward 
Fagan, Sir John 
Fanning, Sir Rowland 
Fitzpatrick, Sir Charles 
Fitzpatrick, Sir Denis 
Fleming, Sir Francis 
Gallagher, Sir James 
Gallagher, Sir Win. 
Gallwey, Sir Thomas J. 
Glynn, Sir Joseph 
Harrington, Sir John 
Harrington, Sir Stanley 
Herbert, Sir Arthur 
Home, Sir Andrew 
Howard, Sir Francis 
Howard, Sir Henry 



Hughes, Sir Thomas 
Keogh, Sir Alfred 
Lacoste, Sir Alexander 
Lambert. Sir George 
Lynch, Sir John 
Madden, Sir Frank 
Maguire, Sir Alexander. 
Meldon, Sir Albert 
MacCabe, Sir Daniel 
McGrath, Sir Joseph 
Nash, D.L., Sir Vincent 
O'Connell, Sir John R. 
O'Connell, Sir Peter 
O'Donohoe, Sir James 
O'Dwyer, Sir Michael 
O'Farrell, Sir Edward 
Parkington, Sir John 
"Perceval, Sir Westby 
Power, Sir James 
Purcell, Sir John 
Redmond, Sir Joseph 
Roche, Sir George 
Santley, Sir Charles 
Shortall, Sir Patrick 
Strickland, Sir Gerald 
Sullivan, Sir WiUiam 
Sutton, Sir Abraham 
Tyrell, Sir William 
Windle, Sir Bertram A. 



CATHOLIC MEMBERS OF THE PRIVY COUNCIL.. 
ENGLAND 



Earl of Granard 

Mr. Christopher Palles 

Lord MacDonnell of Swinford 

Lord Morris 



Sir Charles Fitzpatrick 
Lord Edmund Talbot 
Sir Joseph Ward 



Hi. 



IRELAND 



Earl of Fingall 

Earl of Westmeath 

Earl of Granard 

Lord Shandon 

Mr. Christopher Pall.es 

Lord MacDonnell of Swinford 

Mr. Justice Kenny. 

Mr. Michael Cox, M.D. 



Mr. Chas. O'Connor, Master of Rolls 

Mr. Laurence Waldron 

Lord Chief Justice Moloney 

Mr. William J. M. Starkie, Litt.D. 

Mr. Justice O'Connor 

Sir Thomas Stafford 

Sir William Byrne 

Sir Stanley Harrington 



CATHOLIC JUDGES. 



Right Hon. Charles O'Connor, 
Master of the Rolls, Ireland. 



Right Hon. Thomas F. Moloney, 
Lord Chief Justice, Ireland. 



iviasier oj me rious, ireiana. i^ora umtj JUSIIVK, J.IK 

flight Hon. William Kenny, Right ?T^n James O'Connor, 



King's Bench, Ireland. 



Court of Appeal, Ireland. 



CATHOLIC MEMBERS OF PARLIAMENT FOR IRELAND. 



Beasley, P. Kerry E. 
Boland, H. Roscommon S. 
Buckley, D. Kildare N. 
Brugha, Cathal Waterford Co. 
Burke, J. A. Mid. Tipperary. 
Clancy, J. J. Sligo N. 
Colivet, M. P. Limerick City. 
Collins, C. Limerick W. 
Collins, M. Cork S. 
Cosgrave, W. T. Kilkenny N. 
Crawley, Dr. Mayo N. 
Crowley, N. J. Kerry N. 
Cusack, Dr. B. Galway N. 
De Valera, E. Clare E. and 

Mayo E. 

Devlin, J. Falls, Belfast. 
Dolan, J. N. Leitrim. 
Donnelly, P. S. Armagh 
Duffy, G. Dublin S. 
Duggan, E. J. Meath S. 
Etchingham, J. R. Wicklow E. 
Fahy, Frank. Galway S. 
Fitzgerald, D. Pembroke. 
Galligan, P. Cavan W. 
Ginnell, L. Westmeath. 
Griffith, A. Cavan E. and 

Tyrone N.W. 

Harbison, T. J. Tyrone, N.E. 
Hayes, Dr. R. Limerick E. 
Hayes, S. Cork W. 
Henry, Denis. Derry S. 
Hunter, T. Cork N.E. 



Kelly, E. J. Donegal E. 
Kelly, T. Stephen's Gr., Dublin. 
Kent, D. Cork E. 
Lawless, F. Dublin N. 
Lennon, James. Carlow. 
Lynch, D. Cork S.E. 
Lynch, F. Kerry S. 
\facBride, Jos. Mayo W. 
M'Cabe, A. Sligo S. 
M'Cartan, Dr. P. King's Co. 
MacDonagh, Jos. Tipperary N. 
M'Entee, Sean. Monaghan S. 
M'Grath, J. St. James's, Dublin. 
M'Guinness, Joseph. Longford. 
MacNoill. Eoin. Derry City and 

National Univ. 
MacSwiney, T Mid-Cork. 
MacVeagh, J. Down S. 
Maloney, J. J. Tipperary S. 
Mellows, Liam. Galway E. and 

Meath N. 

Mulcahy, R. Clontarf, Dublin. 
Markievicz, Countess. St 

Patrick's. Dublin. 
O'Connor, A. Kildare S. 
O'Doherty, Jos. Donegal N. 
O'Higgins, B. Clare W. 
O'Hi^gins Kevin. Queen's Co. 
O'Keeffe, P. Cork N 
O'Kelly, J. J. Louth. 
O'Kelly, S. T. College Green, 

Dublin. 



liii. 



CATHOLIC MEMBERS or PARLIAMENT continued. 



O'Mahony, J. Fermanagh S. 
O'Maille, P. Connemara. 
O'Mara, James. Kilkenny S. 
Plunkett, Count. Roscommon N. 
Redmond, Wm. A. Waterford 

City. 

ftoiate, L. de Cork City. 
Ryan, Dr. James. Wexford S. 



Sears, Wm. Mayo S. 
Shanahan, P. Harbour, Dublin. 
Stack, A. Kerry W. 
Staines, M. St. Michan's, Dublin. 
Sweeney, Joa. Donegal W. 
Sweetman, R. M. Wexford N. 
Walsh, J. J. Cork City. 
Ward, P. J. Donegal E. 



CATHOLIC MEMBERS OF PARLIAMENT FOR GREAT 
BRITAIN. 



Archer- Slice, Colonel M. Fiiis- 
bury. 

Coats, Sir Stuart Surrey E. 

Doyle, H. Grattan Newcastle N. 

Hailvvood, Augustine Ardwick 
Manchester. } 

Hennessy, Major 'George Win- 
chester. 

Hope, James Fitzalan Sheffield 
Central. 



Malone, Major P. B. Totten- 
ham S. 

O'Connor, T. P. - Scotland 
Division, Liverpool. 

O'Grady, Captain J. Leeds S E. 

Sexton," James St. Helens. 

Talbot, Lord Edmund Sussex, 
Chichester Division. 



ROMAN COUNTS, 



De la Poer, Edmond 
Grace, Morgan 
Lescher, Joseph 
Mellor, Walter 
Moore, Charles 
O'Byrne, Edward 



O'Clery, The 
O 'Gorman, Ferdinand 
O'Loughlin, Thomas 
Plunkett, George Noble 
Rushbrooke, W. H. 
Russell, Ferdinand 



xliv. 



Directory for the Laity for 1920 

(Pages 1 to 116). 



Abb. 


Abbot. Mm. 


Martyrs. 


Ap. 


Apostle. 


m.t.v. 


indicates that the 


B. 


Bishop. 




third verse in the 


Bb. 


Bishops. 




hymn Isle Con- 


B.C. 


Bishop and Confes- 




fessor is to be 




sor. 




changed 


B.D. 


Bishop and Doctor. 


Oct. 


Octave. 


B.M. 


Bishop and Martyr. 


Octs. 


Octaves. 


C. 


Confessor. 


P. 


Pope. 


Cc. 


Confessors. 


P.M. 


Pope and Martyr. 


Com. 


Commemoration . 


Pr. 


Prayer. 


Comm. 


Common. 


Prop. 


Proper. 


D. 


Doctor. 


S. 


Saint. 


d. 


Double. 


Ss. 


Saints. 


d.m. 


Double major. 


s.d. 


Semidouble. 


d. 1 cl. 


Double of the 1st 


Suppl. 


Supplement. 




class. 


V. 


Virgin. 


d. 2 cl 


Double of the 2nd 


V.M. 


Virgin and Martyr. 




class. 


Vesp. 


Vespers. 


L. and M. 


Lauds and Mass. 


Wid. 


Widow. 


M. 


Martyr. 







1. The colour of the Vestments for each day is indicated by 
the initial letter of the colour printed on the right hand margin: 
thusB=Black; G = Green; R = Red; V = Violet, and W = 
White. An asterisk placed after the letter indicates that a 
Private Requiem Mass is allowed by the Rubrics. 

2. The i* indicates the Holidays of Obligation. 

3. " (A) " indicates the solemn feasts, on which the Office is 
read from the Proper, or Common of Saints ; the Psalms of 
Lauds, Small Hours and Complin, being taken from Sunday. 



Irish Catholic Directory and Almanac* 



Directory for the 

FOR THE YEAR 1920. 



1 Th-ir. 



2-Fri. 



JANUARY 

THE CIRCUMCISION OF OUR LORD, d. 2 cl. W 
(A). Office prop, no Commemoration. . 
In Hymns of Hours Doxol. Jesit . . . 
qui natus till Epiph. Creed. Pref. 
and Communio. of Nativ. In 2 Vesp. 
(prop.), no com. Compl. of Sund. ! 
W. 

Limer Ck. Vesp. of foil, (all of feast), com. 
of prec. only, 

Octave of S. Stephen, Protomartyr, simpl. R* 
Ant. Pss. 'of day LI. and F?I?. as in 
prop, (new Breviar). Pr. prop. Com. i 
of S. Munchin B.C. (Suppl.) in L. 
Mass as on feast pr. prop. In Mass ; 
2nd pr. Fidelium 3rd of S. Munchin. ! 
Pref, of Nativ. Conmmnic comm. 
Vesp. of foil. (Ant. Pss. of day, re- 
mainder as on feast) no com. Compl 
of day. 

Limerick. S. MUNCHIN B.C. (Principal Patron w 
of Diocese) d. 1 cl. with Oct. (A). All from 
comm. No com. of S. Stephen. Creed. 
Pref. of Nativ. In 2 Vesp. (all from 
comm.) no com. Compl. of Sund. 



3 Sat. 



Octave of S. John, Ap. and Ev. simpl., 
Ant. Pss. of day. LI. and 1919. as in 
prop. Mass as on feast, 2nd pr. 
Deus qui salutis. 3rd for Church or 
Pope. Pref. of-Apost. Vesp. of foil, 
(prop.) no com. Compl. of Sund 



W 



DIRECTORY FOR THE LAITY. 



1920 



4SUN, 



Limerick. 2nd day of Oct. of S. Munchin, i w* 
B.C. s.d. (Suppl.). Ant. Pss. of day. LI. 
1 N. Scrip. occ.-(as in Oct. of S. John, 3 1. 
Non ergo}. Com. of Oct. of S. John in L. 
and M. 3rd Pr. Deus qui salutis. Creed. 
Pref. of Apost. Vesp. of foil, (prop.) no 
com. Compl. of Sund. No com. of Oct. 
of Patr. to-morrow. 



Tuesday next, the Feast of the Epiphany, 
will be a Holiday of Obligation. 



SUNDAY (vacant). THE MOST HOLY 
NAME OF JESUS, d. 2 cL (A). Com. 
of Oct. of Holy Innocents in L. 
and private Mass. Creed. Pref. of 
Nativ. In 2 Vesp. (prop.) com. of 
foil. Vigil only. W. 



5 Mon. 



6 Tues. 



Vigil of Epiphany, s.d. (A). Suffr. and 
Prec. omitted. Com. of S.Telesphorus, 
P.M. in L. and M. 3rd pr. Deus qui 
salutis. Pref. of Nativ. Vesp. of 
foil, (prop.) no com. Compl. of Sund. 
In Compl. and Hours during Oct. 
Doxol. Jesu . . . qui apparuisti. 



Limerick. Com. of Oct. of S. Munchin and S. 
Telesphorus, P.M. in L. and M. Creed. 
Vesp. of foil, (prop.) no com. No com. of 
Oct. of Patr. to-morrow. 



THE EPIPHANY OF OUR LORD, d. 1 cl. 
with privileged Oct. (A). After Pater 
Ave. Credo. Matins begin directly 
with Ant. Afferte. In Prime ?. Qui 
apparuisti said during Oct. Creed. 
Pref. and Communic. prop, during 
Oct. In 2 Vesp. (prop.) no com. 
Compl. of Sund. W. 



1920] 
7 Wed. 



8 Thur. 



9 Fri. 



JANUARY. 

2nd day of Oct. s.d. (A). In Mass 2nd pr. 
Deus qui salutis, 3rd for the Church 
or Pope. Creed. 2 Vesp. of Oct. 
Compl. of Sund. 



Killala. In Mass 3rd pr. for the Church, 4th 
pr. Deus omnium fidelium for MOST REV. 
JAMES, on anniversary of his Consecra- 
tion. 



Limerick, Com. of Oct. of S. Munchin in 
L. M. (3rd pr. Deus qui salutis) and V. 



CasheS. Vesp of foil, (all from comm.) com. 
||_of Oct. of. Bpiph. 



3rd day of Oct. s.d. (A). In Mass 2nd pr. 
Deus qui salutis, 3rd for the Church or 
Pope. Creed. 2 Vesp. of Oct. Compl. 
of Sund. 



Limerick. Com. of Oct. of Patr. in L. and M. 
3rd pr. Deus qui salutis. Creed. 2nd 
Vesp. of Oct. of Epiphany com. of Oct. 
day of Patron (1 Vesp.). 



Cashel. S. ALBERT, B.C. (Principal Patron of 
Diocese) d. 1 cl. with Oct. (Suppl.) (A). 
Com. of Oct. of Epiph. in L. and M. 
Creed during Oct. Pref. and Communic. 
of Epiph. In 2 Vesp. (all of feast) com. 
of Oct. of Epiph. Compl. of Sund. 



4th day of Oct., s.d. (A). In Mass 2nd pr. 
Deus qui salutis, 3rd for Church or 
Pope. Creed. 2 Vesp. of Oct. Compl. 
of ;Sund. 



Limerick, Com. of Oct. day of S. Munchin in 
L. and M. Creed 2 Vesp. of Oct of 
Epiph. com. of Oct. day of S. Munchin. 



DIRECTORY FOR THE LAITY. 



[1920 



10 Sat. 



11SUN; 



12 Men. 



Cashel. Com. of Oct. of S. Albert in L. M. 
(3rd pr. Deus qui salutis) and Vesp. 



5th day of Oct. s.d. (A.) In Mass 2nd pr. 
Deus qui salutis, 3rd for the Church 
or Pope. Creed. Vesp. of foil. Sund. 
(Ant. Pss. as in 1 Vesp. of Feast, 
Capit., &c., prop.) com. of preced. j 
day within Oct. (Ant. Omnes de Saba) 
and S. Hyginus, P.M. Compl. of 
Sund. 



Cashel. Com. of Oct. of S. Albert in L. and 
M. 3rd pr. Deus qui salutis. Creed. In 
Vesp. of foil. Sund. com. of preced. day 
within Oct. of Epiph., Oct. of Patr. and j 
S. Hyginus, P.M. 



tfc FIRST SUNDAY AFTER EPIPHANY and 
within Oct., s.d. (A). Off. as on Feast j 
and prop. LI. 1 N. Incip. Ep. 1 ad \ 
Corinth. 1919. of Oct. *?. I'Hodie. Com. 
of Oct. and S. Hyginus P.M. in L. and 
M. Creed. Pref. and Communic. of | 
Epiph. In 2 Vesp. (prop.) com. of | 
Oct. W. 



Cashel. Com. of Oct. of Patr. (after Oct. of 
Epiph.) in L. M. and V. 



6th day of Oct. s.d. (A.) LI. 1 N. Scrip, 
occ. (Ep. 1 ad Cor.) 1919. of Oct. In 
Mass 2nd pr. Deus qui salutis, 3rd for 
Church or Pope. Creed. Vesp. of 
foil. Oct. day (as in 1 Vesp. of Feast, 
pr. prop.) no com. Compl. of Sund. 



Cashel. Com. of Oct. of Patr. in L. M. (3rd 
pr. Deus qui salutis). 



W 



1920] 



JANUARY. 



13 Tues. 



14 Wed. 



Thur. 



Octave of Epiphany d.m. (A). LI. IN. 
from Scrip, occ. (Ep. 1 ad Corinthios) 
KITS;. Hodie, &c. In Mass Creed. 
Pref. and Communic. of Oct. In 2 
Vesp. (as on Feast and prop.) com. 
of foil. (Ant. Doctor) and S. Felix M. 
Cmpl. of Sund. 

Cashel, Com. of Oct. of Patr. in L. and M' 
Creed. In 2 Vesp com. of foil. (Ant/ 
Doctor.) Oct. of Patr. and S. Felix M* 
Compl. of Sund. 



S. Hilary, B.D. d. 9 1. and com. of S. 
Felix M. in L. and M. Creed. Vesp* 
from cap. of foil, (from comm.) com. 
of prec. S. Paul, 1st Hermit, and S. 
Maur. Abb. 



Waterford, Lismore. In. Vesp. Hymn and pr. 
of S Ita prop. 



Cashel. 9 1. of S. Felix. Com. of Oct. of S. 
Albert, and S. Felix in L. and M. Creed. 
Vesp. of foil. Oct. day (Ant. Pss. fer.) com. 
of prec. S. Ita, S. Paul, Herm. and 
S. Maur. 



Limerick. Vesp. of foil, (all from comm. and 
prop. ) com. of prec and S. Paul. 



S. Ita, V. d. 9 1. of S. Paul Hermit. Com. 
of S. Paul and S. Maur* Abb. in L. 
and M. (Or. Mass (priv.) of S. Paul, 
com. of S. Ita and S. Maur). Vesp. 
from cap. of foil. com. of prec. S. 
Paul, and S. Marcellus. 

Waterford, Lismore. Hymn. Prayer, LI. 2 N. 
proper. 



16 Fri. 



17 Sat. 



18 SUN. 



DIRECTORY FOR THE LAITY. 

Cashel. Octave of S. Albert. B.C. d.m. (Suppl.) 
Ant. and Pss. of day. LI. 1 N. Scrip, occ. 
9 1. of S. Paul Hermit. Com. of S. Ita, S. 
Paul and S. Maur in L. and M Creed. 
(Or. Mass of S. Ita, com. of Oct., S. Paul 
and S. Maur. Creed. Or. Mass of S. Paul, 
com. of Oct., S. Ita and S. Maur, Creed). 
In 2 Vesp com. of foil. S. Ita, S. Paul and 
S. Marcellus. 



Limerick. S. Ita, V d. 2 cl. (A). (Suppl.) 
Hymn. Pr. and LI. 2 N. prop. Remainder 
from comm. 9 1. of S. Paul Herm. Com. 
of S. Paul and S. Maur in L, and M. (S. 
Maur in priv. Mass only). In 2 Vesp. 
(comm. and prop.) com. of foil, and S. 
Paul. Compl. of Sund. 



S. Fursey, Abb. d. (Suppl.). 9 1. of S. 
Marcellus P.M., Com. of S. Marcellus 
in L. and M. Vesp. from cap. of 
foil. com. of prec. (pr, Deus qui nos) 
and S. Marcellus. 



S. Anthony, Abb. d. Vesp. of foil. Sund., 
com. of preced., the Chair of S. Peter, 
S.J_Paul Ap. and S. Prisca. V.M. 



SECOND SUNDAY AFTER EPIPHANY. Of 
the Sund. s.d. Com. of the Chair of 
S. Peter, of S. Paul Ap. and S. Prisca 
V.M. in L. and M. Creed. Pref. of 
Trin. In 2 Vesp. com. of foil., Chair 
of S. Peter, S. Paul, SS. Marius and 
Comp. Mm. and S. Canute M. G. 



Cashel. In Mass 5th pr. Deus omnium fidelium 
from MOST REV. JOHN, on anniversary of 
his consecration. In 2 Vesp. com. of 
toil., Chair of S. Peter, S. Paul, and S. 
Canute M. 



[1920 



1920] 
19 Mon. 



20- -Tues. 
21 Wed. 

22 Thur. 



JANUARY. 

S. Albert B.C. d. (Suppl. d. a. from Jan. 
8) m.t.v. 9 1. of SS. Marius and 
Comp. Mm. Com. of SS. Marius and 
Comp. and S. Canute, M. in L. and 
M. Vesp. from cap. of foil. com. of 
preced. 

Gashel. SS. Marius and Comp. Mm. simpl. 
Com. of S. Canute M. in L. (Suffr.) and 
M. 3rd pr. A cunctis. In Prime Prec. 
dom. Vesp. of foil, no com. 

SS. Fabian and Sebastian, Mm. d, Vesp. 
from cap. of foil. com. of preced. 



23 Fri. 



24 Sat. 



25- -SUN. 



W 



R 



S Agnes, V.M. d. In Mat. and Lauds all R 
as in prop. In Hours Ant. and Pss. 
of day. In 2 Vesp. (prop.) com. of ! 
foil. Compl. of day. 



SS. Vincent and Anastasius, Mm. s.d. R* 
In L. Suffr. In Prime Prec. In 
Mass 2nd pr. Deus qui salutis. 3rd 
for Church or Pope. Vesp. from cap. 
of foil. com. of prec. and S. Emeren- 
tiana V.M. (Suffr.}. In Compl. Prec. 



S. Raymond of Pennafort, C. s.d. 9 1. of 
S. Emerentiana V.M. Com. of S. 
Emerent. in L. (Suffr.) and M. 3rd 
pr. Deus qui salutis. In Prime Prec. 
Vesp. of foil. com. of prec. 



S. Timothy, B.M. d. Vesp. of foil. Sund. R 
com. of preced. the Conversion of \ 
S. Paul, and S. Peter Ap. 



THIRD SUNDAY AFTER EPIPHANY. Of 
the Sund. s.d. Com. of Conversion 
of S. Paul, and S. Peter Ap. in L. and 
M. Creed. Pref. of Trin. In 2 
Vesp. com. of foil., Conv, of S. Paul, 
and S. Peter G. 



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26- 



-Mon. 



27 Tues. 



28 Wed. 



29 Thur. 



30 Fri. 



31 Sat. 



DIRECTORY FOR THE LAITY. 

S. Polycarp, B.M. d. Vesp. from cap. of 
foil. com. of preced. 

S. John Chrysostom, B.C.D. d. Creed. 
In 2 Vesp. com. of foil. 

Kerry. In Mass 2nd pr. Deus omnium fidelium 
for MOST REV. CHARLES, on annivers. of 
his consecration. 



S. Agnes V.M. (secundo) simpl. Ant. Pss. 
of fer. In L. Suffr. ; in Prime Prec. 
dom. In Mass 2nd pr. Deus qui salutis. 
3rd for Church or Pope. Vesp. of foil, 
(m.t.v.) no com. 



S. Francis de Sales, B.D. d. m.t.v. 
In 2 Vesp. com. of foil. 



Creed. 



S. Martina, V.M. s.d. In L. Suffr. In 
Prime Prec. In M. 2nd pr. Deus qui 
salutis, 3rd for Church or Pope. 
Vesp. of foil. Vesp. of foil, (as in 
Psalt. fer 6. pr. prop.) com. of preced. 
S. Aidan B.C. and S. Peter Nolasco C. 

Ferns. Vesp. of foil, (all from comm.) com. of 
4th Sund. after Epiph. 

Of the 4th Sunday after Epiph. (anticip.) 
s.d. Ant. and Pss. of Sat. LI. 1 N. 
Incip. Ep. ad Philipp. (4th Sund.), 
Incip. Ep. ad Coloss. (fer. 3) ; Incip. 
Ep. ad Thess. (fer. 5), with 191? of 4th 
Sund. LI. of 2nd and 3rd Nn., Ant. 
of Benedictus and pr. of 4th Sund. 
Com. of S. Aidan, B.C. (Suppl.) and 
S. Peter Nolasco C. in L. and M. 
Creed. Pref. of Trin. Vesp. of foil. 
Septuag. Sund. (Ant. Pss. of Sat., 
remainder prop.) com. of S. Brigid V. 
(Suppl.) S. Ignatius B.M., S. Aidan 
and S. Peter Nol. Compl. of Sat. 



1920] 



JANUARY. 

Ferns. S. Aidan B.C. (Principal Patron of 
Diocese and Titular of Cathedral) d. 1 cl. 
Oct. (A.) (Suppl.} 91. hom. of 4th Sund. 
after Epiph. (anticip.) Com. of 4th 
Sunday and S. Peter Nolasco C. in L. and 
M. (com. of S. Peter Nol. omitted in 
sung Masses) Creed during Oct. Last 
Gosp. of 4th Sund. In 2 Vesp. (comm.) 
com. of foil. Septuag. Sund. of S. Brigid 
and S. Ignatius B.M. Compl. of Sund. 



Kildare and Leighlin. Vesp. of foil Patr. 
(comm. and prop.) com. of Septuag. 
Sund. only. Compl. of Sund. 



Armagh. Vesp. of foil. Septuag. Sund. com. 
of S. Ignatius B.M., S. Aidan and S. 
Peter Nol. only. 



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[1920 



SUN. 



2 Mon. 



FEBRUARY. 

^ SEPTUAGESIMA SUNDAY. Of the Sund. 
s.d. In Lauds. Pss. 2nd pi. Com. 
of S. Brigid V. (Suppl.), and S. 
Ignatius B.M. in L. and M. (Gloria 
omitted). Creed. Praef. of Trinity. 
Vesp. of foil, (prop.) com. of prec. 
S. Brigid and S. Ignatius. In Compl. 
and to-morrow's Hours Doxol. Jesu 
. . . qui natus. W. 

On Sundays from Septuag. to Palm Sunday 
incL, the Psalms of Lauds are taken from ; 
2nd place, the Antiphons of Lauds and 
Hours are proper ; in Prime the Psalms 
Dominus regnavit and Jubilate are sub- 
stituted for the Ps. Confitemini, and the 
Athanasian Creed is omitted. In Mass 
the Oratio imperata is omitted. 

Ferns. Add Com. of Oct. of Patr. in L. and 
M. Remainder as above. No com. of 
Oct. to-morrow. 

Armagh. Com. of S. Brigid; omitted in L. 
M. and V. Remainder as above. 

Kildare, Leighlin. S. Brigid V. Patron d. 1 cl. 
Oct. (A). (SuppL). 9 1. horn, of Sund. 
Com. of Sund. and S. Ignatius B.M. in L. 
and M. (Com. of S. Ignatius in private j 
Masses only). Creed during Oct. Last } 
Gosp. of Sund. In 2 Vesp. (from comm. j 
and prop.) com. of foil, and Sund. only. > 
Doxol. of B V M. No com. of Oct. 
to-morrow. W. 

THE PURIFICATION OF THE B.V.M. d. 2 cl. 
(A). Off. prop. Creed. Pref. of Nativ. 
In 2 Vesp. (prop.) no com. Compl. 
of Sund. W. 

To-day before the principal Mass Candles are 
blessed and distributed as prescribed in 
the Missal. 

Armagh In 2 Vesp. (prop.), com. of foil. 



W 



1920] 
3 Tues. 



4 Wed. 



5 Thur. 



6 Fri. 



FEBRUARY. 

| S. Blaise, B.M. simpl. In L. Suffr. In 
Prime Prec. dom. In M. 2nd pr. 
Fidelium, 3 A cunctis. Vesp. of foil, 
no com. 

Ferns. 4th day of Oct. of S. Aidan, B.C. s.d. 
(Suppl.). 9 1. and com. of S. Blaise in L. 
and M. 3rd pr. Concede. Creed. Vesp. 
of foil. com. of Oct. 

Kildare, Leighlin. 3rd day of Oct. of S. Brigid, 
V. s.d. (Suppl.). LI. 1 N. Incip. Genesis. 
(Sund ). 91. and com of S. Blaise in L. 
and M. 3rd pr. Concede. Creed. Vesp. 
of foil. com. of Oct. 

Armagh. S. Brigid, V. d. 2 cl. (from Feb. 1. 
Suppl.). (A). 9 1. of S. Blaise, B.M. 
Com. of S. Blaise in L. and private Mass. 
In 2 Vesp. (comm. pr. prop.) com. of 
foil. Compl. of Sund. 

S. Andrew Corsini B.C. d. Vesp. from 
cap. of foil. com. of prec. 

Ferns, Kildare, Leighlin. Com. of Oct. (resp.) 
in L. and M. Creed. Vesp. from cap. of 
foil. com. of prec. and Oct. 

S. Agatha, V.M. d. In Matins all from 
Comm. and prop. LI. 1 N. Confitebor. 
In L. Ant. prop. Pss. of Sund. In 
Hours Ant. and Pss. of day. Vesp. 
(Ant. Pss. prop.) from cap. of foil, 
com. of prec., S. Mel B.C. and S. 
Dorothy V.M. Compl. of day. 

Ardagh. Vesp. of foil, (all of feast) no com. 
Compl. of Sund. 

Ferns, Kildare, Leighlin. Add com. of Oct. 
in L. and M. Creed. Vesp. from cap. of 
foil. com. of prec. Oct., S. Mel B.C. and 
S. Dorothy. 

S. Titus B.C., d. m.t.v. 9 1. of S. Dorothy 
V. Com. of S. Mel B.C. and S. 
Dorothy in L. and M. Vesp. from 
cap. of foil, (m.t.v.) com. of prec. 



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[1920 



7 Sat. 



8 SUN. 



Ferns. Com. of Oct. of Patr. S. Mel and S. 
Dorothy in L. and M. Creed. Vesp. 
of foil. Oct. day, com. of prec. and S. 
Romuald Abb. 

Kildare, Leighlin. Com. of Oct. of Patr., S. 
Mel, and S. Dorothy in L. and M. Creed. 
Vesp. from cap. of foil. com. of prec. and 
Oct. 

Ardagh. S. Mel B.C. (Principal Patron of the 
diocese and Titular of Cathedral) d. 1 cl. 
Oct. (A). All from comm. and prop. 
(Suppl.). Com. of S. Titus B.C. in L. 
and in private Masses. Creed during Oct. 
In 2 Vesp. (all from comm. Pr. prop ) 
com. of foil. Compl. of Sund. 

S. Romuald, Abb. d. m.t.v. Vesp. of 
foil. Sund. com. of prec. and S. John 
de Matha C. 

Kildare, Leighlin. Com. of Oct. in L. and M. 
Creed. Vesp. of foil. Sund. com. of 
prec., of Oct. day and S. John Matha C. 

Ardagh. Add com. of Oct. of Patron in L. M. 
(Creed) and Vesp. 

Ferns. Octave of S. Aidan B.C. &m. (Suppl.) 
Ant. Pss. of day. 9 1. of S. Romuald 
Com. of S. Romuald in L. and M. Creed. 
(Or. Mass of S. Romuald, com. of Oct. 
Creed). Vesp. of foil. Sund. com. of prec. 
S. John de Matha and S. Romuald, Abb. 

^ SEXAGESIMA SUNDAY. Of the Sund. s.d. 
Com. of S. John de Matha, C. in L. 
and M. (Gloria omitted). Creed. Pref. 
of Trin. In 2 Vesp. of Sund. com. of 
foil. (Ant. Doctor). S. John de 
Matha and S. Apollonia V.M. V. 

Kildare, Leighlin. Add com. of Oct. day of 
S. Brigid (before com. of S. John Math.) 
in L. M. and V. Remainder as above. 

Ardagh. Add. com. of Oct. of S. Mel (after 
S John de Math.) in L. M and V. Re- 
mainder as above. 



1920] FEBRUARY. 

9 Mon. , S. Cyril of Alexandrii, B.C.D. d. m.t.v. 
9 1. and com. of S Apollonia V.M. in 
L, and M. Creed. Vesp. from cap. 
of foil. com. of prec. 

Ardagh. 9 1. of S. Apollonia. Com. of Oct. 
and S. Apollonia in L. and M. Creed. 
Vesp. from cap. of foil. com. of prec. and 
Oct. 

10 Tues. | S. Scholastica, V. d. Vesp. of foil, (prop.) 
com. of prec. Compl. of Sund. In 
Compl. and to-morrow's Hours Doxol. 
Jesu . . . qui natus. 



ia 



11 Wed. 



Ardagh. Add com. of Oct. of Patr. in 
(Creed) and Vesp. 



M. 



12 Thur. 



13 Fri. 



The Apparition of the B.V.M. Immacu- 
late. d.m. (A). Off. prop. Creed. 
Pref. of B.V.M. Et te in Conceptione 
Immaculata. In 2 Vesp. com. of 
foil. In Compl. Doxol. Jesu . . . qui 
natus. 

Ardagh. Add com. of Oct. of Patr. in L. M. 
and Vesp. 

The Seven Founders of the Servite Order, 
CC. d. In 2 Vesp. no com. 

Ardagh. Com. of Oct. of Patr. in L. and M. 
Creed. Vesp. of foil. Oct. day, com. of 
prec. 

Of the day, simpl. In L. Pss. 2nd pi. 
Suffr. ; in Prime Prec. dom. In Mass 
of prec. Sund. (Gloria and Creed 
omitted). 2nd pr. A cunctis., 3rd ad 
libit. Comm. Pref. Vesp. of foil. 
(Ant. Pss. of fer. 6) com. of S. Valen- 
tine M. (Suffr.). In Compl. and 
to-morrow's Hours (to None incl.). 
Doxol. Jesu . . . qui natus. 



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DIRECTORY FOR THE LAITY. 

Tuam. 4th pr. Deus omnium fidelium for 
MOST REV. THOMAS, on anniversary f his 
consecration. 

Ardagh. Octave of S. Mel. B.C. <*.m. (Suppl.) 
Creed. In 2 Vesp. com. of foil, and S. 



[1920 



Valentine 
B.V.M. 



M. In Compl. Doxol. of 



14 Sat. 



15 SUN. 



16 Mon. 



17 Tues. 



Armagh. In Mass 2nd pr Fidelium (pro de- 
funct) 3 A cunctis. Remainder as above. 

Of the B.V.M. in Sabb. simpl. Ant. and 
Pss. of day. Com. of S. Valentine 
M. in L. (Suffr.), and Mass (Gloria 
said). 3 pr. of the Holy Ghost. 
Pref. of B.V.M. Et te in veneratione. 
Vesp. of foil. Sund. com. of SS. 
Faustinas and Jovita Mm. (Suffr.). 
In Compl. Prec. 



The Lenten Fast will begin 
next. 



on 



Wednesday 



QUINQUAGESIMA SUNDAY. Of the Sund. 
s.d. Com. of SS. Faustinus and 
Jovita Mm. in L. (Suffr.) and M. 
(Gloria omitted) 3rd 
Creed. Pref. of Trin. 
dom. In 2 Vesp. of Sund. Suffr. In 
Compl. Prec. 



_pr. A cunctis. 
In Prime Prec. 



Of the day simpl. As in Psalt. and prop. 
In L. Pss. 2nd place and Suffr. In 
Prime Prec. dom. Mass of prec. 
Sund. (Gloria and Credo omitted). 
2nd. pr. A cunctis, 3rd ad lib. 
Tract omitted. Comm. Preface. Vesp. 
of foil, no com. 

S. Fintan, Abb. d. (Suppl.). LI. 2 N. 
Dendetur from comm, 2 pi. In 2 
Vesp. com. of S. Simeon only. 

The solemn celebration of the Marriage Rite 
is forbidden from Ash Wednesday till 
Low Sunday. 



1920] FEBRUARY. 15 

18 Wtd. ASH WEDNESDAY. Of the day, simpl. In 
L. (Pss. 2nd pi.) and Hours Prec. 
ferial. Com. of S. Simeon B.M. in L. 
(Suffr.) and M. (Gloria omitted) 3rd 
pr. A cunctis, Lenten Pref. (and so 
till Passion Sund. in all Masses having 
no prop. Pref.). Vesp. of day. Prec. 
ferial. In Compl. Prec. 

On every day in Lent on which Mass is of a 
Feast the last Gospel is of the day. 



When during Lent the Office is of a Feast 
other than a double of 1st or 2nd class, 
private Masses may -be 'either of the 
Feast (with commem. of the day) or of 
the day with commem. of the Feast. 
(New Rubr. Tit. x. n. 2). 



-Thur. ; Of the day, simpl. In L. (Pss. 2nd pi.) V* 
Prec. fer. and Suffr. In Hours Prec. \ 
fer. In M. (Gloria omitted) 2nd pr. 
A cunctis, 3rd Omnipotent. Vesp. of 
day Prec. fer. and Suffr. In Compl. 
Prec. 

20 Fri. Of the day simpl. In L. (Pss. 2nd pi.) 
Preces fer. and Suffr. In Hours Prec. 
fer. In Mass (Gloria omitted) 2nd 
pr. A cunctis, 3 Omnipotent. Vesp. 
of day. Prec. and Suffr. In Compl.Pra;. 

21 Sat. Of the day simpl. In L. (Pss. 2nd pi.) 
Prec. and Suffr. In Hours Prec. fer. 
In Mass (Gloria omitted), 2nd pr. A 
cunctis, 3 Omnipotens. Vesp. of foil. 
(Ant. Pss. of Sat.), com. of Chair of 
S. Peter at Antioch, and S. Paul. 

The Fast of Quarter Tense falls on Wednes- 
day, Friday and Saturday next. 



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22 SUN 



DIRECTORY FOR THE LAITY. [1920 

The Spring Quarter off the Breviary begins. 

i FIRST SUNDAY OF LENT. Of the Sund. V 
s.d. In L. (Pss. 2nd pi.) Com. oi Chair of j 
S. Peter and of S. Paul in L. (Pss. 2nd | 
pi.) and M. (Gloria omitted). Creed. 2 
Vesp. of Sund. com. of foil. (Ant. 
Doctor) Chair of S. Peter and S. 
Paul Viol. 



23 Mon. 



1 S. Peter Damian, B.C.D. d. 9 1. horn, of 
day. Com. of day in L. and M. 
Creed. Last. Gosp. of day. (Or Mass 
of day. viol. Gl. omitted, com. of S. 
PeterDamian.) In 2 Vesp. com. of day. 



24 Tues. : (Vigil of S. Matthias). Of the day s. In 
L. (Pss. 2nd pi.) Preces ferial and 
Suffr. In Hours Prec. fer. In Mass 
(Gloria omitted). 2nd pr. of Vigil, 
3rd A cunctis. Last Gosp. of Vigil. 
Vesp. of foil, (from comm. and prop.) 
com. of day. Compl. of Sund.. 
I 

25 Wed. | (Ember Day). S. MATTHIAS, Ap. d. 2 d. 
(A). All from comm. and prop. 91. 
horn, of day. Com. of day in L. and 
M. Creed. Pref. of Apost. Last 
Gosp. of day. In 2 Vesp. (from 
comm. pr. prop.) com. of day. Compl. 
of Sund. 
I 

Ferns. In Mass 2nd pr. Dens omn. fidel. for 
MOST REV. WILLIAM, on annivers. of his 
Consecration. 

26 Thur. j Of the day, simpl. As in Psalt. and prop. 
In L. (Pss. 2nd pi.) Prec. fer and Suff. 
In Hours Prec. fer In M. (Gloria 
omitted), 2nd pr. A cunctis, tf Om- 
nipotent. Vesp. of day Prec. fer. and 
Suffr. In Compl. Prec. 



W 



R 



1920] 
27 Fri. 



28 Sat. 



29 -SUN. 



FEBRUARY. 

(Ember Day). Of the day, simpl. In L. 
(Pss. 2nd pi.) Preces fer. and Suffr. 
In Hours Prec. fer. In Mass (Gloria 
omitted) 2nd pr. A cunctis, 3 Omni- 
potens. Vesp. of day, Prec. and Suffr. 
In Compl. Prec. 

(Ember Day). Of the day, simpl. In L. 
(Pss. 2nd pi.) Prec. and Suffr. In 
Hours Prec. fer. In Mass (Gloria 
omitted) 2nd pr. A cunctis, 3 Omipo- 
tens. Vesp. of foil. (Ant. Pss. of Sat.) 
Suffr. (no Prec.) In Compl. Prec. 

^ SECOND SUNDAY OF LENT. Of the 
vSund. s.d. In L. (Pss. 2nd pi.) Suffr. ; 
in Prime Prec. dom. In Mass (Gloria 
omitted) 2nd pr. A cunctis, 3rd Omni- 
potens. Creed. 2 Vesp. of Sund. Suffr. 
In Compl. Prec. V. 



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[1920 



1 Mon. 



2 Tues. 



3 -Wed. 



4 Thur. 



5 Fri. 



MARCH. 

Of the day, simpl. In L. (Pss. 2 pi.) Free. 
ferial and Suffr. In Hours Prec. 
ferial. In Mass (Gloria omitted) 2nd 
pr. A cunctis, 3 Omnipotens. Vesp. 
of day Prec. and Suffr. In Compl. 
Prec. 

Of the day, simpl. In L. (Pss. 2 pi.) Prec. 
and Suffr. In Hours Prec. fer. In 
Mass (Gloria omitted) 2nd pr. A cunc- 
tis, 3 Omnipotens, Vesp. of day. Prec. 
and Suffr. In Compl. Prec. 

Of the day, simpl. As in Psalt. and prop. 
In L. (Pss. 2 pi.) Prec. and Suffr. 
In Hours Prec. fer. In Mass (Gloria 
omitted) 2nd pr. A cunctis, 3 Omni- 
potens. Vesp. of foil. (Ant. Pss. of 
day), com. of day, of S. Lucius, and 
Suffr. In Compl. Prec. 

S. Casimir, C. 's.d. L 1. 1 N. Justus. 9 1. 
horn, and com. of day and S. Lucius 
in L. (Suffr.} and M. Last Gosp. 
of day. (Or. Mass of day, com. of 
S. Casirnir and S. Lucius). In Prime 
Prec. dom. Vesp. of foil. com. of 
prec. and day. 

Ossory. Vesp. of foil, (all of feast) com. of day 
only. Compl. of Sund. 

S. Kyran, B C. d. (SuppL). LI. 1 N. 
Fidelis. 9 1. horn, and com. of day in 
L. and M. Last Gosp. of day. (Or. 
Mass of day (Gloria omitted) com. of 
S. Kyran) Vesp. from cap. of foil, 
com. of prec. and day. 



1920] 



6 Sat, 



7 SUN. 



8Mon 



MARCH. 

Ossory. S. Kyran, B.C., Patron, d. 1. cl. 
without Oct. (A), (SuppL). 9 1. and com. 
of day inL. and M. Creed. Last Gosp. 
of day. In 2 Vesp. (of feast) com. of foil, 
and day. 

SS. Perpetua and Felieitas, Mm. non Virg. 
d. LI. 1 N. Confitebor. LI. 2 N. 
prop. 9 1. and com. of day in L. and 
M. (Or. Mass of day (Gloria omitted) 
com. of SS. Perp. and Felic.). Vesp. 
of foil. Sund. (Ant. Pss. of Sat.), 
com. of prec. and S. Thomas (Ant. 
Doctor). Compl. of Sat. 



Dublin. The Novena in honour of S. Patrick 
will begin on March 8th. 



\* The Archbishops and Bishops of Ireland 
have ordered that " where there are 
public Novenas for the Feast of St. 
Patrick, such Novenas shall be specially 
offered for the spread of Temperance in 
Ireland." (14th Oct., 1903). 

S THIRD SUNDAY OF LENT. Of the Sund. 
s.d. As in Psalt. and prop. In L. 
(Pss. 2 pi.) com. of S. Thomas of 
Aquin, C.D., no Suffr. In Prime no 
Prec. In Mass (Gloria omitted) com. 
of S. Thomas. Creed. In 2 Vesp. 
of Sund. com. of foil. S. Thomas and 
S. Senanus B.C. V. 

Limerick, Killaioe. In 2 Vesp. of Sund. Com. 
of foil. S. Thomas, and S. John of Goi. 

S. John of God, C. d. LI. 1 N. Beatus vir. 
9 1. horn, of day. Com. of day and S. 
Senanus B.C. (comm.) in L. and M. 
Last Gosp. of day. (Or. Mass of day 
(Gloria omitted) com. of S. John and 
S. Senanus). Vesp. from cap. of foil, 
com. of prec. and day. 



19 



20 



9 Tues. 



10 Wed. 



11Thur. 



12 Fri. 



DIRECTORY FOR THE LAITY 

Limerick. S. Senanns, B.C. (Suppl.) d. m. 9 1. 
hom. of day. Com. of S. John of God 
C. and dny in L. and M. Last Gosp. of 
day. (Or. Mass of day (Gloria omitted), 
com. of S. Senanus and S. John.) In ~2 
Vesp. com. of foil. S. John of God and 
day. 

Killaloe. S. Senanus, B.C. (Suppl.) d. All as 
in Limerick, but Vesp. from cap. of foil, 
com. of prec. S. John and day. 

S. Francesca of Rome, Wid. d LI. 

1 N. Mulierem fortem. 9 1. hom. and 
com. of day in L. and M. Last Gosp. 
of day. (Or. Mass of day (Gloria 
omitted) com. of S. Francesca). In 

2 Vesp. com. of foil, and day. 

The Forty Martyrs, s.d. LI. 1 N. 
Fratres debitor 6s. 9 1. hom. and com. 
of day in L. (Suffr.) and M. 3rd pr. 
A cunctis. Last Gosp. of day. (Or. 
Mass of day (Gloria omitted) com. of 
Mm., 3rd pr. A cunctis). In Prime 
Prec. dom. In 2 Vesp. com. of day 
and Suffr. In Compl. Prec. 

Limerick. In Mass 4th pr. Deus omnium 
fidelium for MOST REV. DENIS, on anni- 
versary of his Consecration. 



Of the day, simpl. As in Psalt. and prop. 
In L. (Pss. 2 pi.) Prec. and Suffr 
In Hours Prec. fer. In Mass (Gloria 
omitted) 2nd pr. A cunctis, 3 Omni- 
potens. Vesp. of foil. com. of day. 

Gregory P. D. d. LI. 1 N. Sapien- 
tiam. 9 1. hom. and com. of day in 
L. and M. Creed. Last Gosp. of 
day. (Or. Mass of day (Gloria omitted) 
com. of S. Gregory). In 2 Vesp. com. 
of day. 



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1920] 
13 Sat. 



14 SUN. 



15 Mon. 



16 Tues. 



17 Wed. 



18 Thur. 



MARCH. 

Of the day, simpl. In L. (Pss. 2 pi.) Free. 
and Suffr. In Hours Prec. fer. In 
In Mass (Gloria omitted 2nd pr. A 
cunctis, 3 Omnipotens. Vesp. of foil. 
(Ant. Pss. of Sat.) Suffr. (no Prec.} 
In Compl. Prec. 

Wednesday next, the Feast of S. Patrick, 
will be a Holiday of Obligation, free 
from fast and abstinence. 

*fc FOURTH SUNDAY OF LENT. Of the 
Sund. s.^. In L. (Pss. 2 pi.) Suffr. 
In Prime Prec. dom. In Mass (Gloria 
omitted) 2nd pr. A cunctis, 3rd 
Omnipotens. Creed. 2 Vesp. of Sund. 
Suffr. In Compl. Prec. V. 

Of the day, simpl. In L. (Pss. 2 pi.), 
Prec. and Suffr. In Hours Prec. fer. 
In Mass (Gloria omitted) 2nd pr. A 
cunctis, 3 Omnipotens. Vesp. of day, 
Prec. and Suffr. In Compl. Prec. 

Of the day simpl. In L. (Pss. 2 pi.) Prec. 
and Suffr. In Hours Prec. fer. In 
Mass (Gloria omitted) 2nd pr. A 
cunciis 3rd Omnipotens. Vesp. of foil, 
(all from feast) com. of day. Compl. 
of Sund. 

^ S. PATRICK, B.C. PATRON OF IRELAND 
d. 1 cl. (A). 9 1. horn, and com. of 
day in L. and M. Creed. In 2 Vesp. 
(of feast) com. of foil, and day. 
Compl. of Sund. W. 

S. Cyril of Jerusalem, B.D. d. 9 1. horn, 
and com. of day in L. and M. Creed. 
Last Gosp. of day. (Or. Mass of day. 
(Gloria omitted) com. of S. Cyril), 
Vesp. of foil, (prop.) com. of day. 
Compl. of Sund. 



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20 Sat. 



DIRECTORY FOR THE LAITY* 

Kildare, Lc?gh!in. In Mass 3rd pr. Dens 
omn. fidd. for MOST REV. PATRICK, on 
anniversary of his election. 

S. JOSEPH, SPOUSE OF THE B.V.M., d. I d. 
(A). Off. prop. 9 1. hom. and com. of 
day in L. and M. Creed. Pref. of S. 
Joseph. In 2 Vesp. (prop.) com. of 
foil, and day only. Compl. of Sund. 

IVIeath. In 2 Vesp. (prop.) com of foil, of S. 
Frigidian and day. Compl. of Sund. 

S. Frigidian, B.C. (d.a. from 18th March) 
s.d, LI. IN. Fidelis sermo. LI. 2 and 
3rd Nn. prop. (Suppl.). 9 1. hom. of 
day. Com. of day and S. Cuthbert 
B. C. in L.( Suffr.) and M. Last Gosp. 
of day. (Or. Mass of day (Gloria 
omitted) com. of S. Frigidian and S. 
Cuthbert), In Prime Prec. dom. Vesp. 
of foil. Sund. (Ant. Pss. of Sat.) com. 
of przec. and S. Benedict, Abb. Compl. 
of Sat. (no Prec.) 

Ardagh and Clonmacnoise. In Mass 4th pr. 
Deus omnium fidelium for MOST REV. 
JOSEPH, on annivers. of his Consecration 
(from yesterday). 

Waterford and Lismore. In Mass 4th pr. 
Deus omnium fidelium for MOST REV. BER- 
NARD, on annivers. of his Consecration 
(from yesterday). 

Mcath. S. Cuthbert, B.C. d. LI. from comm. 
9 1. hom. of day. Com. of S. Frigidian 
B.C. (pr. prop.) and day in L. and M. 
Last Gosp. of day. (Or. Mass of day 
(Gloria omitted) com. of S. Cuthbert and 
S. Frigidian). Vesp. of foil. Sund. com. 
of prec. of S. Benedict Abb. and S 
Frigidian. Compl. of Sat. 

N.B. From Passion Sunday to Trinity 
Sunday the Commem. for the Suffrages 
of the Saints is not said in the Office. 
During Paschal Time the Paschal Com- 
mem. de Cruce is said instead. 



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1920] 



21 SUN. 



22 Mon. 



23 Tues. 



24 Wed. 



MARCH. 
The Preces, however, are said as usual. 

From Passion Sunday to Easter, the Ps 
Judica is omitted in Masses de Tempore, 
and the Preface of the Cross is said in all 
Masses which have not a proper Preface. 

%< PASSION SUNDAY. Of the Sund. s.d. 
As in Psalt. and prop. In L. (Pss. 
2 pi.). Com. of S. Benedict Abb. 
no Suffr. In Prime Preces. dom. In 
Mass (Ps. Judica, etc., and Gloria 
omitted). Com. o c S. Benedict. No 
3rd. pr. Creed. Pref. of Cross. 2nd 
Vesp. of Sund. Com. of S. Benedict. 
In Compl. no Prec. V. 

Of the day, simpl. As in Psalt. and prop. 
In L. (Pss. 2 pi.) and Hours Prec. fer. 
In Mass (Gloria omitted) 2nd pr. 
Eccles. or for Pope. Vesp. of day, 
Prec. fer. In Compl. Prec. 

Of the day, simpl. As in Psalt. and prop. 
In L. (Pss. 2 pi.) and Hours Prec. Jer. 
In Mass (Gloria omitted) 2nd pr. 
Eccles. or for Pope. Vesp. of foil. 
(Ant. Pss. of day) com of day. 

ClOgher. Vesp. of foil, (all from comm.) com. 
of day. Compl. of Sund. 

S. Macartan, B.C. d. (Suppl.). LI. 1 N. 
Fidelis. 9 1. horn, of day. Com. of 
day in L. and M. Last Gosp. of day 
(Or. Mass of day (Gloria omitted) com. 
of S Macartan). Vesp. of foil. (prop), 
com. of day only. Compl. of Sund. 
In Compl. and to-morrow's Hours 
Doxol. Jesu qui . . . natus. 

ClOgher. S. MACARTAN, B.C. . (Patron of 
Diocese, and Titular of Cathedral) d. 1 cl. 
(A). 9 1. horn, and com. of day in L. and 
M. Creed. Last Gosp. of day. Vesp. 
of foil, (prop.) com. of prec. and day. 
Compl. of Sund. Doxol. as above. 



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25 Thur. 



26 Fri. 



27 Sat. 



28 SUN. 



DIRECTORY FOR THE LAITY. 

The ANNUNCIATION OF -THE B.V.M., d. 
I cl. (A). Oft. prop. 9 1. horn, and 
com. of day in L. and M. Creed. 
Praef. of B.V.M. EtteinAnnuntiatione. 
Last Gosp. of day. In 2 Vesp. (prop.) 
com. of day only. Compl. of Sund. 
Doxol. Jesu . . . qui natus. 

The Seven Dolours of the B.V.M., d.m., (A). 
Off, prop. Doxol. Jesu . . . qui passus 
es pro servulis. In Matins Hymn. 
Stabat Mater (from 1 Vesp.) 9 1. 
horn, of day. In L. Hymn. Sancta 
Mater (from Mat.). Com. of day in L. 
and M. Creed. Pref. of B.V.M. Et 
te in transfixione. Last Gosp. of day. 
(Or. Mass of day (viol. Gloria omit- 
ted) com. of Seven Dolours. Pref. of 
Cross). In Prime ?ty br. Qui passus 
es, etc. In 2 Vesp. (prop.) Hymn 
Virgo Virginum (from Laud.) com. of 
foil. (Ant. Doctor). Compl. of Sund. 
Doxol. Jesu . . . qui passus. 

S. John Damascene, C.D. d. m.t.v. LI. 
I N. Sapientiam. 9 1. horn, of day. 
Com. of day in L. and M. Cre^d. 
Pref. of Cross. Last Gosp. of day. 
(Or. Mass of day (Gloria and Creed 
omitted) com. of S. John Damasc.). 
Vesp. of foil. Sund. (Ant. Pss. of Sat.) 
com. of prec. and S. John Capistran 
C. Compl. of Sat. (no Prec.) 

^ PALM SUNDAY. Of the Sund. s.d. As 
in Psalt. and prop, and Passion Sund. 
In L. Pss. 2 pi. com. of S. John 
Capistran C. In Prime Preces. In 
Mass (Judica, etc. and Gloria 
omitted), only one prayer. Creed. 
Pref. of Cross. In 2 Vesp. of Sund. 
com. of S. Rupert B.C. and S. John 
Capistran. In Compl. Prec. V. 



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1920] 



29 Mon. 



30 Tues. 



31 Wed. 



MARCH. 

To-day before the principal Mass, Palms 
are blessed and distributed, as pre- 
scribed in the Missal. 



Of the day simpl. In L. and Hours Prec. 
fer. Com. of S. Rupert B.C. (comm.) 
in L. and M. (Gloria omitted). Pref. 
of Cross, Vesp. of day Prec.. fer. 
com. of S. Rupert. In Compl. Prec. 



! Of the day simpl. In L. and Hours Preces 
fer. In Mass (Gloria omitted) 2nd 
pr. for Church or Pope. Pref. of 
Cross. In Vesp. Prec. Jer. In Compl. 
Prec. 

Elphin. In Mass 2nd pr. for Church, 3rd 
pr. Deua omnium fidelium for MOST REV. 
BERNARD, on annivers. of bis Consecra- 
tion. 



Of the day simpl. as in Psalt. and prop. 
In L. and Hours Preces feriales. In 
M. (Gloria omitted). 2nd pr. for 
Church or Pope. Pref. of Cross. 
In Vesp. of day, Preces feriales. In 
Compl. Preces. 



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DIRECTORY FOR THE LAITY. 



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1 Thur. 



2 Fri. 



3 Sat. 



4 SUN. 



APRIL. 

Private Masses are forbidden on each of the 
three following days. 



HOLY THURSDAY, d. 1 cl. In Mass Ps. 
Judica, etc., not said ; the bell is rung 
during the Gloria and is henceforth 
silent until the Gloria in the Mass of 
Holy Saturday. Creed. Pref. of 
Cross. Vesp. of day. 

GOOD FRIDAY, d. 1 el Mass of the Pre- 
sanctified. Vesp. as in Brev. 

To-day the Blessed Eucharist is adminis- 
tered only in the form of the Viaticum. 

HOLY SATURDAY, d. 1 cl. Before Mass the 
Fire, the Paschal Candle, and the Bap- 
tismal Font are blessed. ' In Mass the 
bell is rung during the Gloria, only one 
prayer. Paschal Pref. Communic, 
and Hanc igitur prop, Ite Missa 
est, Alleluia, Alleluia. Vesp. and 
Compl. as in Brev. From the end 
of Compl. until Trinity Sund. (ex- 
clus.) the Anthem of the B.V.M. 
Regina cceli. 

Paschal Time Begins. 

^ EASTER SUNDAY. Feast of the Resur- 
rection of Our Lord, d. 1 cl. with 
privil. Oct. (A.), Preface, Communi- 
cantes and Hanc igitur prop, during 
Oct. ; two Alleluias added to Ite 
Missa est, and to Bened. Dno. in L. 
and Vesp. during Oct. Vesp. and 
Compl. during Oct. as in Brev. W. 



1920] 
5 Mon. 

6 Tues. 



APRIL. 



27 



8 Thur. 



9 Fri. 



10 Sat. 



11 SUN. 



2nd day of Oct. d. I d. (A). 
Vesp. of Oct. 



Creed. 2 W 



3rd day of Oct. d. 1 d. (A). Creed. W 
2 Vesp. of Oct. com. of S. Celsus B.C. j 
(comm.). 



7_Wed. I 4th day of Oct. s.d. (A). Com. of S. 
Celsus B.C. in L. and M. Creed. 2 
Vesp. of Oct. com. of S. Celsus. 



5th day of Oct. s.d. (A). In M. 2nd pr. for W 
Church or Pope. Creed. In 2 Vesp. 
no com. 



6th day of Oct. s.d. (A). In Mass 2nd 
pr. for Church or Pope. Creed. 2 
Vesp. of Oct. 



7th day of Oct. s.d. (A). In Mass 2nd pr. 
for the Church or Pope. Creed. 
Vesp. of foil. (Pss. of Sat. Ant. 
Alleluia] com. of S. Leo I. P.D. 
(Ant. Doctor). Compl. of Sat. 



Low SUNDAY. Of the Sund. d.m. as in 
Psalt. (Paschal Time) and prop. In 
Prime Athanasian Creed and Preces 
omitted. Com. of S. Leo P.D. in L. 
and M. Creed. Paschal Pref. Com- 
munic. and Hanc igitur from comm. 
2 Vesp. of Sund. com. of S. Leo. W. 



N.B. The Paschal Preface is said until the 
Feast of the Ascension in all Masses 
which have no proper Preface. 



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1 3 Tues. 



14 Wed 



I 5 Thur. 



16-Fri, 



DIRECTORY FOR THE LAITY. 

Of the day simpl. As in Psalt. (Pasch. 
Time) and prop. LI. Incip. Act. Ap. 
In L. com. of Cross. In Prime Free, 
dom. Mass of Sunday (Gloria said), 
2nd pr. Concede, 3rd Eccles. or for 
Pope. Vesp. of foil, no com. 



S. Hermenegild, M. s.d. In Mat. Hymn, as 
in 1 Vesp. In L. Hymn. prop. 
Nullis te genitor com. of Cross. In 
Prime Prec. In M. 2nd pr. Concede, 
3rd for the Church or Pope. Vesp. 
of foil, com of prec. and SS. Tiburtius 
and Comp. Mm. 



S. Justin, M. d. 9 1. of SS. Tiburtius 
and Comp. Mm. and com. of same 
Mm. in L. and M. In Vesp. no 
com. 



Of the day, simpl. As in Psalt. (Pasch. 
Time) and prop. In L. com. of 
Cross. In Prime Prec. dom. In 
Mass of Sund. (Gloria said) 2nd pr. 
Concede, 3rd for the Church or Pope. 
Vesp. of day com. of Cross. In 
Compl. Prec. 



Of the day, simpl. As in Psalt. (Pasch. 
Time) and prop. In L. com. of 
Cross. . In Prime Prec. dom. In 
Mass of Sund. (Gloria said) 2nd pr. 
Concede, 3rd for the Church or Pope. 
Vesp. of day. from cap. of foil. com. 
of S. Anicetus, P.M. and of the 
Cross. In Compl. Prec. In Compl. 
and to-morrow's Hours (till None) 
Doxol. Jesu . . . qui natus. 



1920] 

17 Sat. 



18 SUN. 



19 Mon. 



APRIL. 

Of the B.V.M. in Sabbato, simpl. Ant. 
(AM.) and Pss. of Sat. LI. 1 and 2 
Scrip, occ. 3 1. prop. In L. com. 
of S. Anicetus and of Cross. In Prime 
Prec. dom. In Mass (Gloria said) 
com. of S. Anicetus 3rd pr. of the 
Holy Ghost. Pref. of B.V.M. Et U 
in veneratione. Vesp. of foil. Sund. 
(Vesp. of Sat. in Psalt.) com. of 
S. Laserian B.C. (comm.) Compl. 
of Sat. no. Prec. 

Leigfllin. Vesp. of foil, (all from comm.) com. 
of Suni. Compl. 01 Sund. 



SECOND SUNDAY AFTER EASTER. Of 
the Sund. s.d. Com. of S. Laserian 
B.C. (from comm.) in L. and M. 
Creed. Pasch. Pref. 2 Vesp. of 
Sund. (Ant. Allel.) com. of S. Laserian 
(2 Vesp.) W. 



Leigh lin. S. Laserian B.C. (Principal Patron 
of Diocese) d. 1 cl. with Oct. (A). All 
from comm. and prop. (Suppl.) LI. 1 N- 
Fidelis sermo. 9 1. horn, of Sund. com. of 
Sund. in L. and M. Creed during Oct. 
Last Gosp. of Sund. In 2 Vesp. (all 
from comm.) com. of Sund. w. 



Of the day, simpl. As in Psalt. (Pasch. 
Time) and prop. In L. com. of 
Cross. In Prime Prec. dom. In 
Mass of 2nd Sund. (Gloria said) 2nd 
pr. Concede, 3rd for the Church or 
Pope. Vesp. of day com. of Cross. 
In Compl. Prec. 



Leighlin. Of the Octave of S. Laserian, B.C. 
s.d. (Suppl.) Ant. and Pss. of day. 
Creed. 2nd Vesp. no com. 



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20 Tues. 



21 Wed. 



22 Thur. 



23 Fri. 



DIRECTORY FOR THE LAITY. 

Of the day, simpl. As in Psalt. (Pasch. 
Time) and prop. In L. com. of 
Cross. In Prime Prec. dom, In Mass 
of 2nd Sund. (Gloria said) 2nd pr. 
Concede, 3rd for the Church or Pope. 
Vesp. of foil, (prop.) no com. Compl. 
of Sund. 



Leighlin. Of the Oct, of S. Laserian. B.C. 
s.d. (Suppl.) Ant. and Pas. of day. 
Creed. Vesp. of foil, (prop.) no com. 
Compl. of Sund. No com. of Oct. to- 



SOLEMNITY OF S. JOSEPH, SPOUSE OF THE 

B.V.M., PATRON OF THE UNIVERSAL 
CHURCH, d. 1 cl. with Oct. (A). Off 
prop, (formerly assigned to 3rd Sund. 
after Easter). Com. of S. Anselm 
B.D. in L. and M. (private). Creed. 
Pref. of S. Joseph during Oct. In 2 
Vesp. (prop.) com. of foil. Compl. of 
Sund. 



SS. Soter and Caius, Pp. Mm. s.d. Com. 
of Oct. in L. and M. 3rd pr. Concede. 
Creed. Pref. of S. Joseph. Vesp. 
from cap. of foil. com. of prec. and 
Oct. 

Leighlin. Add com. of Oct. of S. Laserian in 
L. M (pr. Concede omitted) and V. 



S. George M. s.d. Com. of Oct. in L. 
and M. 3rd pr. Concede. Creed. Pref. 
of S. Joseph. Vesp. of foil. com. of 
prec. and Oct. 

Leighlin. Add com. of Oct. of Patr. in L. M; 
(pr. Concede omitted) and V. 



1920] 

24 Sat. 



25 SUN. 



26 Mon. 



27 Tues. 



APRIL. 

S. Fidelis of Sigmaringen, M. d. Com. of 
Oct. in L. and M. Creed. Pref. of 
S. Joseph. Vesp. of foil, (all from 
feast) com of prec. and Sund. 
Compl. of Sund. No com. of Oct. 
to-morrow. 

Leighlin. Add com. of Oct. of Patr. in L. and 
M. Creed. Vesp. of foil. com. of prec. of 
Sund. and Oct. day of S. Laserian (1 
Vesp.) Compl. of Sund. 

Dublin. The May Devotions will begin on 
Saturday next. 



FOURTH SUNDAY AFTER EASTER 
(Litanies] S. MARK, Evang. d. 2 cl. 
(A). Off prop. 9 1. horn, and com. 
of Sund. in L. and M. Creed. Pref. 
of Apost. Last Gosp. of Sund. In 
2 Vesp. (all of feast) com. of foil, 
and Sund. R. 

Leighiin, Add com. of Oct. day of S. Laserian 
in L. M. and V. 



SS. Cletus and Marcellian Pp. Mm. s.d. 
LI. 1 N. Incip. lib. Apoc. with 1919 
from 4th Sund. Com. of Oct. in L. 
and M. Creed. Pref. of S. Joseph. 
Vesp. of foil. com. of prec. and Oct. 

Elpbin. Vesp. of foil, (all from comm.) no 
com. Compl. of Sund. 



S. Asicus B.C. d. (Suppl.) Coin, of Oct. 
in L. and M. Creed. Pref of S. 
Joseph. Vesp. of foil. (Ant. and Pss. 
of day, remainder as in 1 Vesp. of 
feast) com. of prec. of S. Paul of the 
Cross C., and S. Vitalis M. Compl of 
day. 



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29 Thur. 



30 Fri. 



DIRECTORY FOR THE LAITY. 

Elphin. S. Asicus, B.C. (Principal Patron of 
diocese) dupl. 1 ol. with Oct. (A). All 
from comrn. and prop. (Suppl.) LI. 1 N. 
Fidelis sermo. No com. of Oct. of S. 
Joseph. In Mass Creed during Oct. 
Pref. of S. Joseph. In 2 Vesp. (all from 
comm.) com. of foil., of S. Paul of the 
Cross C., and S. Vitalis M. Compl. of 
Sund. 



Octave of the Solemnity of S. Joseph d.m. 
Ant. and Pss. of day. LI. 1 N. Scrip, 
occ. LI. 2 and 3 Nn. prop. 9 1. of S. 
Paul of the Cross. Com. of S. Paul 
and S. Vitalis M. in L. and M. 
Creed. Pref of S. Joseph. In 2 
Vesp. com. of foil, and of S. Paul of 
the Cross. 

Elphin. Add com. of Oct. of Patr. (after S 
Paul) in L. M. and V. 



S. Peter, M. d. Vesp. from cap. of foil, 
com. of prec. 

Galway, Kilmacduagh. In Mass 2nd pr. Deus 
omn. fidel. for MOST REV. THOMAS, on 
annivers. of his translation. 

Elphin. Add com. of Oct. in L M. (Creed) 
and Vesp. 

S. Catharine of Siena, V. d. Vesp. of foil, 
(prop.) com. of prec. Compl of 
Sund. 

Elphin. Add com. of Oct. in L. and M. Creed 
Vesp. as above, no com. of Oct. No 
com. of Oct. to-morrow. 

Armagh. In Mass 2nd pi*. Deus omnium 
fidelium for His Eminence MICHAEL, on 
annivers. of his translation. 

Dromore. In Mass 2nd pr. Deus omnium 
fidelium for MOST REV. EDWARD, on an- 
nivers? of his consecration. 



[1920 



1920] 



1 Sat. 



2 -SUN, 



3 Mon. 



MAY. 



MAY. 

SS. PHILIP AND JAMES, Apost. d. 2 cl. 
(A). Off prop. LI. IN, Incip. Ep. 
B. Jacobi (4th Sund.). Creed. Pref. 
of Apost. In 2 Vesp. (prop.) com. of 
foil. Sund. and S. Athanasius B.D. 
Compl. of Sund. 



33 



FOURTH SUNDAY AFTER EASTER. Of 
the Sund. s.d. LI. 1 N. Omne datum 
(from Monday) with 1919. of Sund. 
Com. of S. Athanasius in L. and M. 
Creed. Vesp. of foil, (prop.) com. of 
Sund. and S. Athanasius. R. 

Elphin. Add com. of Oct. of Patr. in L. and 
M. Creed. Vesp. of foil, (prop.) com. of 
Sund. and S. Athanasius only. 

Kildare. Vesp. of foil, (all from comm,) 
com. of Sund. only. W. 



THE FINDING OF THE HOLY CROSS, d. 2 cl. 
(A) . Off. prop. 9 1. of SS. Alexander 
and Comp. Mm. Com. of these Mm. 
in L. and Mass (private). Creed. 
Pref. of Cross. In 2 Vesp. (prop.) 
com. of foil. Compl. of Sund. 

Elphin. No com. of Oct. in L. or M In 2 
Vesp prop. com. of foil. Oct. day, and of 
S. Monica, Wid. Compl. of Sund. 

Kildare. S. Conleth, B.C. (Principal Patron 
of diocese) d. 1 cl. with Oct. (A). All 
from comm. and prop. (Suppl.) No com. 
of Mm. Creed during Oct. In 2 Vesp. 
(all from comm.) com. of foil, and S. 
Monica. Compl. of Sund, No com. of 
Oct. to-morrow. 



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4 Tues, 



5 Wed. 



6 Thur. 



7Fri. 



8 Sat. 



DIRECTORY FOR THE LAITY. 

S. Monica, Widow, d. Vesp. from cap. of 
foil, (m.t.v.) com. of prec. 

Elphin. Octave of S. Asicus, B.C. d.m. Ant- 
and Pss. of day. 9 1. and com. of S- 
Monica in L. and M. Creed (Or. Mass of 
S. Monica, com. of S. Asicus. Creed). 
In 2 Vesp. com. of foil, and S. Monica. 

Kildare. The Finding of the Holy Cross, d. 
2 cl. (d.a. from yesterday) (A). Off 
prop. 9 1. and com. of S. Monica in L. 
and M. Creed. Pref. of Cross. In 2 
Vesp. (prop.) com. of foil., and S. Monica. 
Compl. of Sund. 

S. Pius V, P.C. d. Vesp. of foil, (prop.) 
com. of prec. (Ant. Dum esset). 
Compl. of Sun. 

Kildare. Add com. of Oct. of Patr. in L. M. 
(Creed) and V. 

S. John before the Latin Gate, d.m. (A.) 
Off prop. LI. 1 N. Incip.. Ep. 1 B. 
Joan (vSund. after Ascens.). Creed. 
Pref. of Apost. In 2 Vesp. (of feast) 
com. of foil. Compl. of Sund. 

Kildare. Add com. of Oct. of Patr. in L. M. 
and V. 

S. Stanislaus, B.M. d. Vesp. of foil, (prop.) 
com. of prec. Compl. of Sund. 

Kildare. Add com. of Oct. of Patr. in L. M. 
(Creed) and V. 

The Apparition of S. Michael, Archangel' 
d.m. (A). Off prop. In Mass Creed- 
Vesp. of foil. Sund. com. of prec. and 
S. Gregory Naz. B.D. Compl. cf Sat.. 

Kildare. Add com. of Oct. of Patr, in L. M 
andV. 



1920J 



MAY. 



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9 SUN. 



10 Mon. 



Thursday next, the Feast of the Ascension 
of Our Lord, will be a Holiday of 
Obligation. 



FIFTH SUNDAY AFTER EASTER. Of the 
Sund. s.d. Com. of S. Gregory Nazi- 
anzen, B.D. in L and M. Creed. In 
2 Vesp. of Sund. com. of foil, of S. 
Antdnine B.C. S. Gregory (Ant. 
Doctor) and SS. Gordian and Epi- 
machus Mm. W. 



ROSS. In Mass 3rd pr. Deus omnium fidelium 
for MOST REV. DENIS on anniversary of 
his consecration. 



Kildare. Add com. of Oct. of Patr. in L. and 
M. Creed. In 2 Vesp. of Sund. com. of 
foil. Oct. day of Patr., of S. Cataldus 
B.C. S. Antonine B.C., of S. Gregory 
and SS. Gordian and Epimachus, 
Mm. W. 



Down. In 2 Vesp. of Sund. com. of foil. 
SS. Conleth and Cathaldus, Bb. Cc. S. 
Antonine B.C., S. Gregory B.D. and SS. 
Gordian and Epimachus Mm. 



(Rogation Day Litany of the Saints.) 
SS. Conleth and Cathaldus, Bb., Cc. 
(Suppl.) d. Ant. Pss. of day. Re- 
mainder as in new Comm. Plur. Conff . 
and prop. LI. 1 N. Mementote 
(Suppl.) 9 1. horn, of day. Com. of 
S. Antonine, B.C., day and SS. 
Gordian and Epimachus Mm. in L. 
and M. (Sacerdotes Sion). Last 
Gosp. of day. (Or. Mass of day, viol, 
GL omitted, com. of SS. Conleth and 
Cathaldus, S. Antonine and M.m.) 
Vesp. from cap. of foil. com. of prec. 
and S. Antonine, 



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11 Tues, 



12 Wed, 



DIRECTORY FOR THE LAITY. 

Kildare. Octave of S. Conleth, B.C. d.m. 
(Suppl.). Ant. Pas. of day. 9 1. 1 N. 
Fidelis aermo. 9 1. horn, of day. Com. 
of S. Cathaldus, B.C., S. Antonine B.C. 
of day and SS. Gordian and Epimachus 
Mm. in L. and M. Creed. Last Gosp. 
of day. (Or. Mass of day viol, QL 
omitted., com. of Oct. of Patr., S. Cathal- 
dus, S. Antonine and Mm.) In 2 Vesp. 
com. of foil. S. Cathaldus, and S. An- 
tonine. 

Down. S. Comgall, Abb, d. (Suppl.) LI. 1 N. 
Beatus vir. 9 1. horn, of day. Com. of 
SS. Conleth and Cathaldus Bb. Cc. 
(Suppl.) S. Antonine B.C., day, and SS. 
Gordian and Epimachus Mm. in L. and 
M. Last Gosp. of day (Or. Mass of day, 
viol, Gl. omitted, com. of S. Comgall, 
SS. Conleth and Cathaldus S. Antonine 
and Mm.) In 2 Vesp. com. of SS Conleth 
and Cathaldus and S. Antonine. 

(Rogation Day Litany of the Saints). S. 
Comgall, Abb. d. (Suppl. from May 
10). In Mass 2nd pr. Prcesta of 
Rogation. In 2 Vesp. com. of foil. 

Down. Of the day, s. In'L. com. of Cross. 
In Prime Prec dom. In Mass of preced. 
Sund (Gloria said) 2nd pr Concede, 3rd 
for Church or Pope. Credo omitted. 
Vesp. of foil., com, of Cross. In Compl. 
Prec. 

(Rogation Day Litany of the Saints. 
Vigil of -Ascension), SS. Nereus and 
Comp. Mm. s.^. LI. 1 N. Fratres 
debitores. 9 1. horn, of Vigil. In L. 
com. of Vigil and com. of Cross. In 
Prime Prec. dom. In Mass com. of 
Vigil. 3rd pr. Pmsta (of Rogat) 
Last Oosp. of Vigil. (Or. Mass of Vigil 
(white) Gloria said, com. of SS. Nereus 
and Comp, 3rd pr. Prcesta}. Vesp. 
of foil, (prop.) no com. Compl of 
Sund. In Compl. and in Hours till 
Pentec. Doxol. Jesu . . . qui victor. 



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1920] MAY. 

13 Thur. I ^ FEAST OF THE ASCENSION OF OUR LORD 
d. I cL with priv. Oct (A). Off prop. 
In Prime ?. Qui scandis till Eve of 
Pentec. In Mass Creed. Pref. and 
Communic. prop, during Oct. In 
2 Vesp. (prop.) no com. Compl of 
Sund. W. 

Lismore. In 2 Vesp. (prop.) com. of foil. 



14 Fri. S. Carthage, B.C. d. (Suppl.). LI. 1 N. 
Scrip, occ. P?W. of Oct. 9 1. of S. 
Boniface M. Com. of Oct. and S. 
Boniface in L. and M. Creed. Vesp. 
from cap. of foil. com. of prec. and 
S. John B. de la Salle C. 

Lismore. S. CARTHAGE B.C. (Principal Patron 
of diocese) d. 1 cl. with Oct. (A). From 
comm. and prop. (Suppl.). LI. 1 N. 
Fidelis sermo. Com. of Oct. of Ascens. in 
L. and M. No com. of S. Boniface. 
Creed. Pref. and Communic. of Ascens. 
In 2 Vesp. (from comm.) com. of foil., 
S. John de la Salle and Oct. of Ascens. 
Compl. of Sund. 

15 Sat. S. Dympna, V'.M. d. (Suppl.). LI. 1 N. 
Scrip, occ. with 1917. of Oct. 9 1. of 
S. John B. de la Salle C. Com. of S. 
John and Oct. in L. and M. Creed. 
Vesp. of foil. Sund. (Ant. and Pss. of 
Oct. remainder of Sund.) com. of 
prec. of S. Brendan Abb, S. John de Ja 
Salle (2 Vesp.) S. Ubaldus B.C. and 
Oct. (Ant. Rex f. Ascendit). 
Compl. of Sund. 

Lismore. Add com. of Oct. of Patr. in L. M. 

and Vesp. 

Kerry, Clonfert. Vesp. of foil, (all from 
comm.) com. of Sund. and Oct. only. 
Compl. of Sund. 



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W 



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16 SUN. 



17 Mon. 



18 Tues. 



DIRECTORY FOR THE LAITY. 

Saturday next, the Vigil of Pentecost, will 
be a Fast Day, but the use of Flesh- 
meat is permitted. (S. Cong. Cone. 
31 July, 1912). 



SUNDAY WITHIN OCTAVE OF ASCENSION. 
Of the Sund. s.d. Office as on Feast 
and prop. Com. of S. Brendan Abb. 
(comm.), S. Ubaldus B.C. and Oct. in 
L. and M. Creed. In 2 Vesp. of 
Sund. (prop.) com. of foil. S. Brendan, 
S. Ubaldus and Oct. W. 



Lismore. Add com. of Oct. of Patr. in L. M. 
andV. 

Kerry, Clonfert. S. Brendan, Abb. (Patron of 
the Dioceses, and Titular of the Cathedral 
of Clonfert} d. 1 cl. with Oct. (A). All 
from comm. and prop. (Suppl.) LI. 1 N. 
Beatus vir. 9 1. horn, of Sund. Com. of 
Sund. of S. Ubaldus B.C. and Oct. of 
Ascens. in L. and M. (com. of S. Ubal.i. 
in private Masses only). Creed. Pref. 
and Communic. of Ascens. Last G-osp. 
of Sund. In 2 Vesp. (from comm.) com. 
of foil., Sund. S. Ubaldus and Oct. iv. 



S. Paschal Baylon, C. d. LI. 1. N. Scrip, 
occ. with 1919. of Oct. Com. of Oct. 
in L. arid M. Creed. Vesp. from 
cap. of foil. (Hymn prop.) com. of 
prec. and Oct. 

Lismore, Ktrry, Clonfert. Add com. of Oct. 
of Patron (resp.) in L. M. and V. 



S. Venantius, M. d. In Mat. and L. 
Hymn. prop. LI. 1 N. Scrip, occ. 
1919. of Oct. Com. of "Oct. in L. and 
M. Creed. Vesp. from cap. of foil, 
com. of prec. of Oct. and S. Pudenti- 
ana V. 



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1920] 



19 Wed. 



20 Thar. 



MAY, 

Lismore, Kerry, Clonfert. Add com. of Oct. 
of Patr. (resp.) (after Oct. of Ascens.) in 
L. M. and V. 

Ardagh.^Vesp. of foil, (all from comm. of 
Dedic.) com. of Oct. of Ascens. only. 
Compl. of Sund. 



S. Peter Celestine, Pope C. d. LI. I N. 
Scrip, occ. with 191?. of Oct. 9 1. of 
S. Pudentiana. Com. of Oct. and S. 
Pudentiana in L. and M. Creed. 
Vesp. of foil, (as in 1 Vesp. of feast) 
com. of prec. (Ant. Dum esset] and 
S. Bernardino of Sienna C. Compl. 
of Sund. 

Lismore/ Kerry, Clonfert. Add com of Oct. 
of Patr. (rasp.) after Oct. of Ascens. in 
L. M. and V. 

Ardagh. Anniversary of Dedication of Cathe- 
dral, d. 1 cl. with Oct. (A). All from 
comm. of Dedic, com. of S. Peter 
Celestine, and Oct. of Ascens. in L. et M. 
(Com. of S. Peter Gel. in private Masses 
only). Creed. Pref. and Communic. of 
Ascens. In 2 Vesp. (all from comm.) 
com. of foil, and S. Bernardino C. 
Compl. of Sund 



Octave of the Ascension d.m. (A).- 9 1. 
and com. of S. Bernardine C. in 
L. and M. Creed. In 2 Vesp. 
(prop.) com. of S. Bernardine. Compl. 
of Sund. 

Lismore. Add com. of Oct. of Patron in L. 
and M. Creed. In 2 Vesp. com. of foil. 
Oct. day (1 Vesp.) and S. Bernardine. 
Compl. of Sund. 

Kerry, Clonfert. Add com. of Oct. of Patr. in 
L. and M. Creed. In 2 Vesp. com. of 
Oct. of Patr. ( 1 Vesp.) and S. Bernardine. 
Compl. of Sund. 



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21 Fri. 



22 Sat. 



DIRECTORY FOR THE LAITY 

Ardagh. Add com. of Oct. of Dedic. in L. 
and M. Creed. In 2 Vesp. com. of Oct. 
of Dedic. (1 Vesp.) and S. Bernardino. 
Compl. of Sund. 



Of the day, s.d. Off. as on Feast of Ascens. 
LI. and 8 19. prop. In L. and Hours 
Capit. Ant. of Benedictus and Prayer 
of prec. Sund. Mass of prec. Sund. 
(Gloria said) 2nd pr. Concede, 3rd for 
the Church or Pope. Credo omitted. 
Pref. of Ascens. 2 Vesp. (as in 2 
Vesp. of Ascens. but Capit. Ant. of 
Magnif. and Prayer of Isund ) no com. 
Compl. of Sund. 

Lismore. Octave of S. Carthage, B.C. d.m. 
Ant. and Pss. of day. Com. of day (Ant. 
^. and pr. of prec. Sund.) in L. and M. 
Creed. Fref. of Aseens. In 2 Vesp. 
(Ant. Pss. of day) com. of day. Compl. 
Sund. 

Kerry, Clonfert. 6th day within Oct. of S. 
Brendan Abb. s.d. Ant. and Pss. of day. 
Com. of day (Ant. f. and Prayer of prec. 
Sund.) in L. and M. Creed. Pref. of 
Ascens. In 2 Vesp. (Ant. Pss. of day) 
com. of day. Compl of Sund. Octave 
ends. 

Ardagh. 3rd day within Oct. of Dedic. of 
Cathedra] s.d. Ant. and Pss. of day. 
LI. 1 N. Scrip, occ. Com. of day (Ant. 
f. and Prayer of prec. Sund.) in L and 
M. Creed. Pref. of Ascens. In .' Vesp. 
(Ant. and Pss. of day) com", of day. 
Compl. of Sund. Octave of Dedic ends. 



Vigil of Pentecost (FAST, but fleshmeat 
permitted). Of the Vigil s.d. (A), as 
on Sund. within Oct. of Ascens. and 
prop. LI. 1 N. Incip. Ep. Judce occ. 
In L. and Hours Ant. and Pss. as on 
Sund. within Oct. of Ascens. Com. 
of Cross and Prec. omitted. In Mass 



[1920 



1920] 



23 SUN. 



MAY. 

(Gloria said) one Prayer. Creed not 
said. Prsef. Communic. and Hanc 
igitur prop, said until next Saturday. 
Vesp. of foil, no com. Compl. of 
Sund. Doxol. Deo Patri, etc., prop, 
during Oct. 

Wednesday, Friday and Saturday next will 
be Fast Days, but Fleshmeat is allowed 
on Saturday. (S. Cong. Cone. 31 July, 
1912). 

J< PENTECOST SUNDAY d. 1 cl. with privi- 
leged Octave (A). Off prop. The 
Hymn Veni Creator is said in Tierce 
during Oct. Creed during Oct. In 
2 Vesp. (prop.) during Oct. no com. 
Compl. of Sunday during Oct. 



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24 Mon. 



25 Tues. 



2 6 -Wed. 



Of the Oct. d. 1 d. 
prop. Creed, 
of Sund. 



(A)-. As in feast and 
2 Vesp. of Oct. Compl. 



27 Thur. 



Of the. Oct. d. 1 cl. (A). As in feast and 
prop. Creed. 2 Vesp. of Oct. com. 
of S. Philip Neri C. Compl of Sund. 

(Ember Day FAST) Of the Oct. s.d. (A). 
As in feast and prop. Com. of S. 
Philip C., and S. Eleutherius P.M. in 
L. and M. Creed. In 2 Vesp. of 
Oct. com. of S. Bede C.D. (Ant. 
Doctor) S.Philip (2 Vesp.) and S. John 
P.M. Compl. of Sund. 

Of the Oct. s.d. (A). As in feast and prop, 
Com. of S. Bede C.D. and S. John 
P.M. in L. and M. Creed. In 2 Vesp. 
of Oct. com. of S. Augustine B.C. and 
S. Bede (Ant. Doctor). Compl. of 
Sund. 



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28 Fri. 



29 Sat. 



30 SUN. 



31 Mon. 



DIRECTORY FOR THE LAITY. 

(Ember Day FAST) Of the Oct. s.d. (A).. 
As in feast and prop. Com. of S. 
Augustine B.C. in L. and M. Creed. 
In 2 Vesp. of Oct. com. of S. Augus- 
tine (2 Vesp.) and S. Mary Magdalen 
de Pazzis V. Compl. of Sund. 

(Ember Day FAST fteshmeat allowed). 
Of the Oct. s.d. (A). As in feast and 
prop. Com of S. Mary Magd. de 
Pazzis V. in L. and M. Creed. Vesp. 
of foil, (prop.) com. of Sund. Compl. 
of Sund. 

The Summer Quarter of the Breviary begins. 

Thursday next, the Feast of Corpus Christi, 
will be a Holiday of Obligation. 

i< FIRST SUNDAY AFTER PENTECOST. 
FEAST OF THE MOST HOLY TRINITY 
d. 1 cl. (A). Off. prop. 9 1. horn, and 
com. of Sund. in L. and M. Creed. 
Pref of Trinity. Last Gosp. of Sund. 
In Prime (Pss. as on Feasts (Athana- 
sian Creed said. In 2 Vesp. prop, 
com. of foil, and Sund. W. 

Waterford. Feast of the Holy Trinity (Titu- 
IUH of Cathedral) d. 1 cl. with Oct. All as 
above. 

S. Angela Merici, V. d. Com. of S. Petro- 
nilla V. in L. and M. In 2 Vesp. 
no com. 

WateKord. Com. of Oct. of Holy Trinity and 
S. Petronilla in L. and M. Creed. Pref. 
of Trin. In 2 Vesp. com. of Oct. 
(1 Vesp.). 

Kildare, Leighlin. In Mass 3rd Prayer Dens 
omnium fidelium for MOST REV. PATRICK, 
on anniversary of his consecration. 

Ursuline Convtnts. S. Angela Merici, V. 
(Patron) d. 1 cl. with Oct. Creed during 
Oct. In 2 Vesp. (all of feast) no com. 
Compl. of Sund. 



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1920] 



JUNE. 



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1-Tues, 



JUNE. 

he day, simpl. In L. Suffr. and in 
Prime Prec. dom. Mass of 1st Sund. 
after Pent. (Gloria and Creed omitted) 
2nd pr. Fidelium, 3 A cunctis. Comm. 
Pref . Vesp. of day, from cap. of foil. 
Suffr. In Compl. Prec. 



Waterford. Of the Oct. of the Holy Trinity 
s.d. Ant. and Pss. of day. LI. 1 N. 
Scrip, occ. In Mass (as on feast) 2nd pr. 
Concede, 3rd for Church or Pope. Creed. 
Pref. of Trin. In 2 Vesp. com. of SS. 
Marcellinus and Comp. Mm. 



Ursuline Convents. Of the Oct. of S. Angela 
s d. In Mass 2nd pr. Concede, 3rd for 
Church or Pope. Creed. In 2nd Vesp. 
com. of SS. Marcellinus and Comp. Mm. 

Convents in Waterford. Com. of Oct. of B. 
Trinity in L. M. (3rd pr. Concede) and 
Vesp. Pref. of Trin. 



2 Wed, 



Marcellinus and Comp. Mm. simpl 
In L. Suffr. and in Prime Prec. dom. 
In Mass 2nd pr. A cunctis, 3rd ad libit. 
Vesp. of foil, (prop.) no com. Compl. 
of Sund. In Compl. and during 
following Oct. Doxol. Jesu . . . qui 
natus. 



Waterford. Of the Oct. of the Holy Trinity 
s.d. Ant. and Pss. of day. LI. 1 N. 
Scrip, occ. 9 1. and com. of SS. Mar- 
cellinus and Comp. in L. and M. 3rd pr. 
Concede. Creed. Pref. of Trin. Vesp. 
of foil, (prop.) no com. Compl. of 
Sund. No com. of Oct. of B. Trin. 
to morrow. 



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4 Fri. 



DIRECTORY FOR THE LAITY. 

Ursuline Convents. Of the Oct. of S. Angela 
V. s.d. 9 1. and com. of SS. Marcellinus 
arid Comp. in L. and M. 3rd pr. Con 
cede. Creed. Vesp. of foil, no com. 
CompL of Sund. No com. of Oct. to- 
morrow. 

Convents in Waterford. Com. of Oct. of B. 
Trinity and SS. Marcellinus and Comp. 
in L. and M. Pref. of Trinity. 



FEAST OF CORPUS CHRISTI d. I cl. with 
privileged Oct. (A). Off prop. In 
Mass Creed and Pref. of NatiV. during 
Oct. In 2 Vesp. (prop.) com. of S. 
Francis Caracciolo C. Compl. of 
Sund. W. 

Dublin. In 2 Vesp. (prop.) com. of foil. only. 



Of the Octave s.d. (A). As in feast and 
prop. Com. of S. Francis Caracciolo 
C. in L. and M. Creed. 2 Vesp. of 
Oct. com. of S. Boniface B.M. and S. 
Francis Caracc. (2 Vesp.). Compl. of 
Sund. 



Dublin. S. Kevin, Abb. (Principal Patron of 
Diocese) (from yesterday) d. 1 cl. with 
Oct. till June 10th. (A). All from 
comm. and prop. (Suppl.) Com. of Oct. 
of Corp. Christi and S. Francis Caracc. 
C. in L. and M. (com. of S. Francis in 
private Masses only). Creed. Pref. of 
Nativ. In 2 Vesp. (from comm.) com. of 
Oct. of Corpus Christi (1 Vesp.) and 
S. Boniface B.M. Compl. of Sund. 



Waterford. Add com. of Oct. of B. Trinity 
in L. M. (Pref. of Nativ.) and Vesp. 



[1920 



Ursuline Convent?. Add com. 
S. Angela in L. M. and V. 



of Oct. of 



W 



W 



1920] JUNE. 

5 Sat. Of the Octave, s.d. (A). As in feast and 

prop. Com. of S. Boniface B.M. in 
L. and M. Creed. Vesp. of foil. 
Sund. (Ant. Pss. from 1 Vesp. of feast, 
remainder prop.) com. of Oct. (Ant. 
Sacrum ?. Panem) S. Jarlath, B.C., 
S. Norbert, B.C., and S. Boniface 
(2 Vesp.). Compl. of Sund. 

Waterford. Add com. of Oct. of B. Trinity in 
L. and M. Creed. Pref. of Nativ. 
Vesp. of Sund. as above com. of Oct. of 
Corpus Christi, Oct. day of B. Trinity 
(1 Vesp.), S. Jarlath B.C., S. Norbert 
B.C. and S. Boniface. Compl. of Sund. 

Dublin. Add com. of Oct. of S. Kevin in L. 
M. and Vesp. 

Tuam. Vesp. of foil, (all from comm.) com. 
of Oct. of Corpus Christi (2 Vesp.) and 
Sund only. Compl. of Sund. 

Ursuline Convents. Add com. of Oct. of 
S. Angela in L. M. and V. 



6 SUN. ^ SECOND SUNDAY AFTER PENTECOST and 
' within OCTAVE OF CORPUS CHRISTI. 
Of the Sund. s.d. (A). .Off. as in 
Feast and prop. In Prime Pss. as on 
Feasts. Com. of Oct. (Ant. Ego sum 
1r. Posuit), S. Jarlath B.C. (comm.) 
and S. Norbert B.C. in L. and M. 
Creed. In 2 Vesp. (prop.) com. of 
Oct. (1 Vesp.), S. Colman B.C., S. 
Jarlath (Pr. Exaudi) and S. Norbert. 
W. 

Waterford. Add com. of Oct. day of B. 
Trinity (after Oct. of Corp. Christi) in L. 
M. and V. Remainder as above. 

Dublin. Add com. of Oct. of S. Kevin (last 
place) in L. M. and V. Remainder as 
above. 



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7 Mon. 



8 Tues. 



DIRECTORY FOR THE LAITY. 

Tuam. S. Jarlath, B.C. (Principal Patron of 
Diocese) d. 1 cl. with Oct. (A). All from 
comm. and prop. (Suppl.) Com. of Sund., 
Oct. of Corp. Christi and S. Norbert, 
B.C. in L. and M. (com. of S. Norbert in 
private Masses only). Creed. Pref. of 
Nativ. Last Gosp. of Sund. In 2 Vesp. 
(from comm.) com. of Oct. of Corp. 
Christ! (1 Vesp ) S. Colman and Sund. 
only. w. 

Dromore. Vesp. of foil, (all from comm.) 
com. of Sund. and Oct of Corpus Christi 
(2 Vesp.) only. 

Ursuline Convent?. Add. com. of Oct. of 
S. Angela in L. and M. and V. (Ant. f. 
1 Vesp.). 

Of the Octave s.d. (A). As in feast and 
prop. Com. of S. Colman B.C. 
(comm.) in L. and M. Creed. 2 
Vesp. of Oct. com. of S. Colman. 
Compl. of Sund. 

Cork. In Mass 3rd pr. Deus omnium fidelium 
for MOST REV. DANIEL, on the annivers. 
of his Consecration. 

Dublin, Tuam. Add com. of Oct. of Patr. 
(resp.) in L. M. and V. 

Dromore. S. Colman, B C. (Principal Patron 
of Diocese) d. 1 cl. with Oct. (A). All 
from comm. and prop. (Suppl.). Com. 
of Oct. of Corpus Christi in L. and M. 
Creed. Pref. of Nativ. In 2 Vesp. 
(comm.) com. of Oct. of Coapus Christi 
(1 Vesp.). Compl. of Sund. 

Ursuline Convents. Com. of Oct. day of 

S. Angela (before S. Colman) in L. M. 
and V. 

Of the Octave s.d (A). As in feast and 
prop. In Mass 2nd pr. Concede, 3rd 
for the Church or Pope. Creed. In 
2 Vesp. of Oct. com. of S. Columba 
Abb. and SS. Primus and Felician 
Mm. Compl. of Sund. 



[1920 



1920] 



9 Wed, 



10 Thur. 



JUNE. 

Dublin, Tuam, Dromore. Com. of Oct. of 
Patr. (resp.) in L. and M. 3rd pr. Con- 
cede. Creed. In 2 Vesp. of Oct. com. 
of S. Columba, Abb. of Patron (reap.) 
and SS. Primus and Felician Mm. 
Compl. of Sund, 

Derry, Raphoe. Vesp of foil, (all from comm,) 
com. of Oct. of Corp. Christ! (2 Vesp.) 
only. Compl. of Sund. 



Of the Octave s.d. (A). As in feast and 
prop. Com. of S. Columbaf Abb. 
(comm.) and SS. Primus and Felician 
Mm. in L. and M. Creed. Vesp. of 
foil. Oct. day (as in 1 Vesp. of feast) 
com. of S. Columba and S. Margaret, 
Wid. Compl. of Sund. 

Dublin. Com. of S. Columba Abb., Oct. of 
S. Kevin and SS. Primus and Felician 
Mm. in L. and M. Creed. Vesp. of foil , 
as above, com. of Oct. day of S. Kevin, 
S. Columba and S. Margaret, Wid. 
Compl. of Sund. 

Tuam, Dromore. Add com. of Oct. of Patr. 
(resp.) (after S. Columba) in L. M. and V. 

Derry. Raphoe. S. Columba, Abb. (Principal 
Patron of Dioceses, and Titular of 
Cathedral in Raphoe) dupl. 1 cl. with 
Oct. (A). All from comm. and prop. 
(Suppl.). Com. of Oct. of Corp. Christi 
in L. and M. Creed. Fref. of Nativ. 
In 2 Vesp. (comm.) com. of foil, and 
S. Margaret, Wid. Compl. of Sund. 



Octave of Corpus Christi, d.m. (A). As 
in feast and prop. Com. of S. 
Margaret, Wid. in L. and M. Creed. 
2 Vesp. of Oct. no com. Compl. of 
Sund. 

Dublin. Com. of Oct. day of S. Kevin, and 
S. Margaret in L. and M. Creed. In 2 
Vesp. of Oct. of Corpus Christi, no com. 



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48 



11 Fri. 



12 -Sat. 



13 SUN. 



DIRECTORY FOR THE LAITY. 

Tuam, Dromore, Derry, Raphoe. Add com. 
of Oct. of Patr. (resp.) in L. and M. No 
com. of Oct. of Patr. to-morrow. 



FEAST OF THE MOST SACRED HEART OF 
JESUS, d. 1 cl. (A). Off. prop. Mass 
Miserebitur. Com. of S. Barnabas. 
Ap. in L. and M. (private only). 
Creed. Pref. of Cross. In 2 Vesp. 
(prop.) com. of foil. Compl. of Sund. 

S. John a S. Facundo C. d. 9 1. of SS. 
Basilides and Comp. Mm. Com. of 
Mm. in L. and M. Vesp. of foil. 
Sund. com. of prec. and S. Anthony 
of Padua C. 

Tuam. 9 1. of SS. Basilides and Comp. Mm. 
Com. of Oct. of S. Jarlath and Mm, in L. 
and M. Creed. Vesp. of foil. Sund. 
Com. of prec. of Oct. day of Patr. (1 
Vesp.) and S. Antony of Padua. Compl. 
of Sat. 

Dromore, Derry, Raphoe. 9 1. of Mm. Com. 

of Oct. of Patr. (resp.) in L. and M. 
Creed. Vesp. of foil. Sund. com. of 
prec. S.Antony and Oct. of Patr. Compl. 
of Sat. 



THIRD SUNDAY AFTER PENTECOST. 
Of the Sund. s.d. Com. of S. Antony 
of Padua C. in L. and M. Creed. 
Pref. of Trinity. In 2 Vesp. of Sund. 
com. of foil. (Ant. Doctor) and S. 
Antony. G. 

Tuam. Add com. of Oct. day of S. Jarlath 
(before S, Antony) in L, M. and V, 

Dromore. Add com. of Oct. of S. Colman in 
L. and M. In 2 Vesp. of Sund. com. of 
Oct. day of S. Colman (1 Vesp.) S. 
Antony (2 Vesp.) and S. Basil B.D. 
(Ant, Doctor), 



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14 Mon. 



15 Tues. 



Derry. Add com. of 
L. M. and V. 



Oct. of S. Columba in 



Raphoe. Add com. of Oct. of S. Columba in 
L. and M. Vesp. of foil, (from comm. of 
Dedic.) com. of Sund. only. No com. of 
S. Columba to-morrow. 



S. Basil, B.D. d. (m.t.v.). LI. 1 N. Scrip, 
occ. Creed. In 2 Vesp. com of foil. 



Derry. Add com. of Oct. of S. Columba in 
L. and M. Creed. In 2 Vesp. com. of 
Oct. (1 Vesp.) and SS. Vitus and Comp. 
Mm. Compl. of day. 



Dromore. Octave of S. Colman B.C. d.m. 
Ant. and Pss. of day. LI. 1 N. Scrip, 
occ. 9 1. and com. of S. Basil B.D. in L. 
and M. Creed. (Or. Mass of S. Basil, 
com. of Oct. Creed). In 2 Vesp. com. 
of foil, and S. Basil (Ant. O Doctor). 
Compl. of day. 



Raphoe. Anniversary of Dedication of 
Cathedral, d. 1 cl. with Oct. (A). All 
from comm. of Dedic. Com. of S. Basil, 
B.D. in L. and in M. (private only). 
Creed. 2 Vesp. (from comm.) no com. 
Compl. of Sund. 



SS. Vitus, and Comp. Mm. simpl. In L. 
Suffr. and in Prime Prec. dom. In 
Mass 2nd pr. A cunctis, 3rd ad libit. 
Vesp. of day as in Psalt. (Prayer of 
3rd Sund.) Suffr. In Compl. Prec. 



Derry. 7th day within Oct. of S. Columba 
Abb. s.d. (Ant. and Pss. of day. LI. 1 N. 
Scrip, occ. 9 1. and com of SS. Vitus 
and Comp. in L. (no Suffr.) and M. 3rd 
Pr. Concede. Creed. Vesp. of foil. Oct. 
day. (Ant. Pss. of day) no com. Compl. 
of day. 



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17 Thur. 



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DIRECTORY FOR THE LAITV. 

RaphOS. 7th day within Oct. of S. Columba 
Abb. a.d. Ant and Pss. of day. LI. 1 N. 
Scrip, occ. 9 1. of SS. Vitus and Comp. 
Com. of Oct. of Dedic. and Mm. in L. 
and M. Creed. Vesp. of foil. Oct. day 
(Ant. and Pss. of day) com. of Oct. of 
Dedic. (2 Vesp.). Compl. of day. 

Of the day, simpl. In L. Suffr. and in 
Prime Prec. dom. Mass- of prec. 
Sund. (Gloria and Creed omitted) 
2nd pr. A cunctis, 3 ad lib. Comrn. 
Pref. Vesp. of day (as in Psalf.) 
Suffr. In Compl. Prec. 

Dcrry. Octave of S. Columba, Abb. d.m. 
Ant. and Pss. of day. LI. 1 N. Scrip, 
occ. Creed. 2nd Vesp. (Ant. Pss. of 
day) no com. 

Raphoe* Octave of S. Columba, Abb. dm. 
Ant. and Pss. of day. LI. 1 N. Scrip, 
occ. Com. of Oct. of Dedic. in L. and M. 
Creed. In 2 Vesp. (Ant. and Pss. of 
day) com. of Oct. of Dedic. (1 Vesp.). 
Compl. of day. 

Of the day simpl. In L: Suffr. and in 
Prime Prec. d'om. In Mass of prec. 
Sund. (Gloria and Creed, omitted) 
2nd pr. A cunctis, 3rd ad lib. Comm. 
Pref. Vesp. of day (as in Psalt.) from 
cap. of foil. Suffr. In Compl. Prec. 

RaphOJ. 4th day of Oct. of Dedic. s.d. 
Ant. and Pss. of day. LI. 1 N. Scrip, 
occ. LI. 2 and 3 Nn. prop. In M. 2nd 
pr. Concede, 3rd for the Church or Pope. 
Creed. In 2 Vesp. (Ant. Pss. of day) 
com. of SS. Marcus and Marcell. Mm. 

SS. Mark and Marcellian, Mm. simpl. LI. 
1 and 2 Scrip, occ. 3 1. prop. In L. 
Suffr. and in Prime Prec. dom. In 
Mass 2nd pr. A cunctis, 3rd ad lib. 
Vesp. (Ant. Pss. of day) of foil. 
(Hymn prop) com. of SS. Gervase 
and Protase Mm. 



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19-Sat. 



20 SUN. 



JUNE 

Raphoe. 5th day of Oct. of Dedic. s.d. 
Ant. and Pss. of day. LI. 1 N. Scrip, 
occ. LI. 2 and 3 Nn. prop. 9 1. and 
com. of SS. Mark and Marcellian Mm. 
in L. and M. 3rd pr. Concede. Creed. 
Vesp. (Ant. Pss. of day) of foil. (Hymn 
prop.) com. of Oct. (2 Vesp.) and SS. 
Gervase and Protase Mm. Compl. of day. 

Limerick. Vesp. of foil, (all from comm.) no 
com. Compl. of Sund. 

. Juliana Falconieri V. d. In Mat. 
Hymn prop. 9 1. and com of SS. 
Gervase and Protase Mm. in L. and M. 
Vesp. of foil. Sund. com. of prec. and 
S. Silverius P.M. 

Raphoe. 9 1. of SS. Gervase and Protase. 
Com. of Oct. of Dedic. and Mm. in L. and 
M. Creed. Vesp. of foil. Sund. com. of 
prec. of Oct. (2 Vesp.) and S. Silverius 
P.M. Compl. of Sat. 

Limerick. Anniversary of Dedic. of Cathe- 
dral, d. 1 cl. with Oct. (A). All from 
comm. of Dedic. Com. of S. Juliana 
Falconieri V. in L and Mass (private 
only). No com. of Mm, Creed. In 2 
Vesp. (all from comm.) com. of Sund. 
only. Compl. of Sund. 

Dublin. The Novena lefore the Feast of SS. 
Peter and Paul will begin to-morrow. 

< FOURTH SUNDAY AFTER PENTECOST. 
Of the Sund. s.d. Com. of S. Silverius 
P.M. in L. (Svffr.) and M. 3rd pr. 
A cunctis. Creed. Pref. of Trin. 
In Prime Athan. Creed, and Preces. 
In 2 Vesp. of Sund. com. of foil. 
. Compl. of Sund. G. 

Raphoe. Com. of Oct. of Dedic. and S. 
Silverius in L. and M. Creed. Pref. of 
Trinity. (Suffr. Athan. Symb. and Prec. 
omitted). In 2 Vesp. of Sund. com. of 
foil. Oct. day (1 Vesp) and S. Aloysius 

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22-Tues. 



23 Wed. 



Limerick. Com. of Oct. of Dedie. and S. 
Silverius in L. and M. Creed. (Suffr. 
Athan. Symb. and Prec. omitted). In 2 
Vesp. of Sund. com. of foil, and Oct. 
(2 Vesp.). G. 

S. Aloysius Gonzaga, C. d. Mass prop. 
Vesp. from cap. of foil. com. of prec. 

Rap hoe. Octave of Dedic. of Cathedral, d.m. 
Ant. and Ps. of day. LI. IN. Scrip, 
occ. LI. 2 and 3 Nn. prop. 9 1. and 
com. of S. Aloyaius C. .in L. and M. 
Creed (Or Mass of S. Aloysius com. of 
Oct. Creed). In 2 Vesp. com. of foil, 
and S. Aloysius. 

Limerick. Add com. of Oct. of Dedic. in L. 
M. (Creed) and Vesp. 

Cashel. Vesp. of f>ll. (all from comm.) no 
com. Compl. of Sund. 



S. Paulinus. B.C. d. 
Prayer prop. 
Vesp. no com. 



LI. 2 and 3 Nn. and 
Mass prop. In 2 



Limerick. Com. of Oct. of Dedic. in L. and 
M. Creed. In 2 Vesp. com. of Oct. of 
Dedic. (1 Vesp.) 

Cashel. Anniversary of Dedic. of Cathedral, 
d. 1 cl. with Oct. (A). All from comm. 
of Dedic. Com. of S. Paulinus B.C. in 
L. and M. (priv. only). ' Creed. 2 Vesp, 
from comm. no com. Compl. of Sund. 



Vigil of S. John Baptist, simpl. Off of 
feria as in Psalt. LI. prop, of Vigil. 
1919. of feria. Prayer of Vigil. In L. 
(Pss. 2nd pi.) Prec. ferial, and Suffr. 
In Hours Prec. ferial. In Mass of 
Vigil (Glo/ia omitted) 2nd pr. Concede, 
3rd for the Church or Pope. Vesp. 
of foil, (prop.) no com. Compl. of 
Sund. 



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24 Thur. 



25 Fri. 



JUNE 

Limerick, Cashel. Of the Oct. of Dedic. s.d. 
Ant. and Pss. of day. LI. 1 N. Scrip, 
occ. LI. 2 and 3 Nn. prop. (5th day and 
2nd day resp.) 9 1. horn, and com. of 
Vigil in L. Mass of the Vigil (viol.) 
Gloria omitted. Com. of Oct. 3rd pr. 
Concede. Creed omitted. Vesp. of foil, 
(prop.) no com. Compl. of Sund. No 
com. of Oct. to-morrow. 



THE NATIVITY OF S. JOHN THE BAPTIST, 
d. 1 cl. with Oct. (A). Off. prop. 
In 2 Vesp. (prop.) com. of foil. 
Compl of Sund. 



Limerick. S. John the Baptist, Titular of 
Cathedral, d. 1 cl. with Oct. All as above, 
but in Mass Creed is said. 



Cashel. No com. of Oct. of Dedic., but Creed 
is said in Mass. 



S. William, Abb. d. Com. of Oct. in L. 
and M. Vesp. (Ant. Pss. of day) 
from cap. of foil. (Ant. of Magnif. 
prop.) com. of prec. and Oct. Compl. 
of day. 



Limerick. Com. of Oct. of S. John and Oct. 
of Dedic. in L. and M. Creed. Vesp. of 
foil. (Ant. Pss. of day) com. of prec., SS. 
John and Paul Mm. and Oct. of S. John 
Bapt. Compl. of day. 



Cashel. Add com. of Oct. of Dedic. in L. M. 
(Creed) and Vesp. 



Meath. In Mass 3rd pr. Deus omnium fldeUum 
for MOST REV. LAURENCE, on annivers. 
of his consecration (from yesterday). 



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28 Mon. 



DIREC10RY FOR THE LAITY. 

SS. John and Paul, Mm. d. In Mat. Ant. 
and Pss. of day. LI. IN Scrip, occ. 
with P?!?. of day. 4th and 5th ^^. 
prop. 8th 19. Hcec. est vera. In L. 
Ant. prop. Pss. of Sund. com. of Oct. 
In Hours Ant. and Pss. of day. In 
Mass coni, of Oct. Vesp. of foil. Sund. 
com. of prec. and Oct. Compl. of 
day. 

Limerick. Octave of Dedic. of Cathedral, 
d.m. Ant. and Pss. of day. LI. 1 N. 
Scrip, occ. 9 1. of SS. John and Paul. 
Com. of these Mm. and Oct. of S. John 
Bapt. in L. and M. Creed. (Or. Mass 
of SS. John and Paul Mm. (red) com. of 
Oct. of Dedic. and Oct, of S. John Bapt 
Creed. Vesp. of foil. Sund. com. of Oct. 
of Dedic., SS. John and Paul, and Oct. 
of S. John Bapt. Compl. of Sat. 

Cashel. Add com. of Oct. of Dedic. in L. M. 
(Creed) and Vesp. Remaidder as above. 

Tuesday next, the Feast of SS. Peter and 
Paul, will be a Holiday of obligation. 

Dublin. The Peter's Pence will be collected 
next Sunday. 

3* FIFTH SUNDAY AFTER PENTECOST. Of 
the Sund. s.d. Com. of Oct. in L. 
and M. Creed. Pref. of Trinity. 
In 2 Vesp. of Sund. com. of foil, and 
Oct. G. 

Cashel. Add. com. of Oct. of Dedic. in L. M. 
andV. 



(Vigil of SS. Peter and Paul). S. Leo 
II., P.C. s.d. 9 1. horn, of Vigil. 
Com. of Oct. and Vigil in L. and M. 
Last Gosp. of Vigil. (Or. Mass of 
Vigil (viol., Gloria omitted), com. of 
S. Leo, and Oct.). Vesp. of foil, 
(prop.) no com. Compl. of Sund. 



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29 Tues. 



30 Wed. 



JUNE 

Gashel. Add. com. of Oct. of Dedic. (after 
Oct. of Oct. of S. John) in L. and M. 
Creed. Vesp. of foil, (prop.) no com. 
Remainder as above. 



< SS. PETER AND PAUL, App. d. 1 cl. 
with Oct. (A). Off. prop. Creed. 
Pref. of Apost. In 2 Vesp. prop, no 
com. Compl. of Sund. R, 

Cashel. Corn, of Oct. day of Dedic. of Cathe- 
dral in L. and Mass (private only). 
Remainder as above. 



Commemoration of S. Paul, Ap. d.m. (A). 
Off. prop. Com. of S. Peter, Ap., and 
Oct. of S. John Bapt. in L. and M. 
Creed. Pref. of Apost. Vesp. of foil, 
(prop), com. of prec., S. Peter, and 
Oct. day of S. John (as in 1 Vesp. 
of feast). Compl. of Sund. 



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2-Fri. 



3 Sat. 



4 SUN. 



5 Mon. 



6 Tues. 



JULY. 

THE MOST PRECIOUS BLOOD OF OUR LORD 
d. 2 cl. (A). Office prop. Com. of 
Oct. day of S. John Bapt. only in L. 
and M. Creed. Pref. of Cross. Vesp. 
of foil, (prop.) com. of preced., and 
Oct. of S. John Bapt. Compl. of 
Sund. In Compl. and to-morrow's 
Hours Doxol. Jesu . . . qui natus. 

THE VISITATION OF THE B.V.M. d. 2 cl. (A). 
Off. prop. 9 1. and com. of SS. Pro- 
cessus 'and Martinian Mm. in L. and 
M. (com. of Mm. in private Masses 
only). Creed. Pref. of B.V.M. Et te 
in Visitatione. In 2 Vesp. (prop.) 
com. of foil. only. Compl. of Sund. 

S. Rumold B.M. (d.a. from July 1st 
Suppl.) d. Com. of Oct. of App. in L. 
and M. Creed. Pref. of Apost. 
Vesp. of foil. Sund. com. of prec. 
and Oct. 

*fr SIXTH SUNDAY. AFTER PENIECOST. 
Of the Sund. s.d. Com. of Oct. of 
SS. Peter and Paul in L. and M. 
Creed. Pref. of Trin. 2 Vesp. of 
Sund. com. of foil, and Oct. G. 

S. Antony M. Zaccaria C. d. Com. of Oct. 
in L. and M. Creed. Pref. of Apost. 
Vesp. of foil. com. of prec. 

Octave of SS. Peter and Paul, App. d.m. 
Creed. Pref. of Apost. In 2 Vesp. 
com. of foil. 



1920] 

7 Wed. 



8-Thur. 



9 Fit 



10 Sat. 



1 ISUN. 



12 Mon. 



JULY 

SS. Cyril and Methodius, Bb. Cc. d. In 2 
Vesp. com. of foil. (Suppl.) and S. 
Elizabeth Wid. (prop.). 

S. Kilian, B.M. s.d. (Suppl.). 9 1. of S. 
Elizabeth Wid. Com. of S. Elizabeth 
in L. (Suffr.) and M. 3rd pr. A 
cunctis. In Prime Free. In 2 Vesp. 
com. of S. Elizabeth (Suffr.). In 
Compl. Prec. 

Of the day simpl. In L. Suffr. In Prime 
Prec. dom. In Mass of preced. Sund. 
(Gloria and Creed omitted) 2nd pr. 
Fidelium, 3rd A cunctis. Comm. 
Pref. Vesp. of foil. (Suffr.). In 
Compl. Prec. 

Tuam. In Mass 4th pr. Deus omnium fidelium 
for MOST REV. THOMAS, on anniv. of his 
translation. 



The Seven Brothers, and Comp. Mm. s.d. 
In L. Suffr. In Prime Prec. In M. 
2nd pr. A cunctis, 3rd ad libit. 
Vesp. of foil. Sund. com. of prec. 
and S. Pius P.M. (Suffr.). In Compl. 
Prec. 



tfc SEVENTH SUNDAY AFTER PENTECOST. Of 
the Sund. s.d. Com. of S. Pius I., 
P.M. in L. (Suffr,) and M. 3rd pr. 
A cunctis. Creed. Pref. of Trin. In 
Prime Athan. Cr. and Prec. In 2 
Vesp. com. of foil, and SS. Nabor 
and Felix Mm. G. 

S. John Gualbert, Abb. d. Com. of SS. 
Nabor and Felix, Mm. in L. and M. 
In 2 Vesp. com. of foil. 



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15 Thur. 



16 Fri. 



17 Sat. 



18 SUN, 



19 Mon. 



DIRECTORY FOR THE LAITY. 

S. Anacletus P.M. s.d. In L. Suffr. and 
in Prime Prec. dom. In Mass 2nd pr. 
A cunctis, 3rd ad libit. Vesp. of foil, 
com. prec. 



S. Bonaventure. B.D. d. 
Vesp. com. of foil. 



Creed. In 2 



S. Henry, C. s.^. In L. Suffr. In Prime 
Prec. In Mass 2nd pr. A cunctis, 3rd 
ad libit. Vesp. of foil, (prop.) com. 
of preced. Compl. of Sund. In 
Compl. and to-morrow's Hours Doxol. 
Jesu . . . qui natus. 

Commemoration of the B.V.M. of Mount 
Carmel. d.m. (A). As in comm. and 
prop. Creed. Pref. of B.V.M. Et te 
in Commemoratione. In 2 Vesp. (from 
comm. and prop.) com. of foil. 
Compl. of Sund. 



S. Alexius, C. s.d. In L. Suffr. In Prime 
Prec. In Mass 2nd pr. A cunctis, 3 ad 
lib. Vesp. of foil. Sun. com. of prec., 
S. Camillus, C. SS._Symphorosa and 
Sons, Mm. 

^ EIGHTH SUNDAY AFTER PENTECOST. 
Of the Sund. s.d. Com. of S. Ca- 
millus, C. and SS. Symphorosa and 
Sons, Mm., in L. 'and M. Creed. 
Pref. of Trin. In 2 Vesp. of Sund. 
com. of foil, and S. Camillus G. 

S. Vincent de Paul C. d. (m.t.v.). Vesp. 
from cap. of foil, (m.t.v.) com. of 
prec. and S. Margajet, V.M. 

Armagh. Vesp. of foil, (comm.) no com. 
Compl. of Sund. 



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20 Tues. 



21 Wed. 



22 Thur. 



23 Fri. 



JULY. 

S. Jerome ^Emilian, C. d. (m.t.v.). Com 
of S. Margaret V.M. in L. and M 
In 2 Vesp. com. of foil. 



Armagh. ANNIVERSARY OF DEDICATION or 
ST. PATRICK'S CATHEDRAL, d. 1 cl. with 
Oct. (A). All from comm. of Dedic. 
Com. of S. Jerome ^Emilian C. in L. and 
private Masses only. Creed during Oct. 
No com. of S. Margaret. In 2 Vesp. 
(comm.) no com. Compl. of Sund. 



S. Praxedes, V. simpl. In L. Suffr. In 
Prime Prec. dom. In Mass 2nd pr. 
A cunctis, 3rd ad libitum. Vesp. of 
foil, no com. 



Armagh. 2nd day of Oct. of Dedic. s.d. Ant. 
Pss. of day. 9 1. of S. Praxedes V. Com. 
of S. Praxedes in L. and M. 3rd pr^ Con- 
cede. 4th pr. Deus omnium fidelium for 
His EMINENCE MICHAEL, on anniversary 
of his consecration (d.a. from yesterday). 
Creed. Vesp. of foil. com. of Oct. 



S. Mary Magdalen, Penitent, d. Creed. 
Vesp. from cap. of foil. com. of preced. 
and S. Liborius. 



Armagh. Com. of Oct. of Dedic. in L. and 

M. Creed. Vesp. from cap. of foil. com. 

of preced. of Oct. of Dedic. and S. 
Liborius. 



S. Apollinaris B.M. d. Com. of S. 
Liborius B.C. in L. and M. Vesp. 
from cap. of foil. com. of prec. and 
S. Christina V.M. 



Armagh. Com. of Oct. of Dedic. and S. 
Liborius in L. and M. Creed. Vesp. 
from cap. of foil. com. of prec , Oct. of 
Dedic. and S. Christina V.M. 



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25 SUN. 



26-Mon. 



27 Tues. 



(Vigil of S. James Ap.) S. Declan, B.C. d. 
(Suppl.). 9 1. horn, and com. ot 
Vigil and S. Christina V.M. in L. 
and M. Last Gosp. of Vigil. (Or 
Mass of Vigil (viol. Gloria omitted) 
com. of S. Declan and S. Christina). 
Vesp. of foil, (prop.) com. of prec. 
and Sund. only. Compl. of Sund. 



Armagh. Com. of Oct. of Dedic. Vigil and 
S. Christina in L. In M. 2nd pr. of Vigil, 
3rd of Oct. 4th of S. Christina. Creed. 1 
Last Gosp. of Vigil. (Or. Mass of Vigil 
(viol. Gloria and Creed omitted) com. 
of S. Declan, Oct. and S. Christina). 
Vesp. of foil, (prop.) com. - of prec. and 
Sund. only. Compl. of Sund. No com. 
of Oct. to-morrow. 



>J< NINTH SUNDAY AFTER PENTECOST. 
S. JAMES Ap. d. 2 cl. (A). 9 1. horn, 
of Sund. Com. of Sund. and S. 
Christopher M. in L. and M. (Com. 
of S. Christopher in private Masses 
only). Creed. Pref. of Apost. Last 
Gosp. of Sund. In 2 Vesp. (all of 
feast) com. of foil, and Sund. R. 



S. ANNE, Mother of the B.V.M. d. 2 cl. (A). 
All from prop, and comm. LI. 1 N. 
Mulierem Jortem. In 2 Vesp. (all of 
feast) no com. Compl. of Sund. 

Armagh. In 2 Vesp. com. of foil. only. 
Compl. of Sund. 



S. Pantaleon, M. s. LI. 1 and 2 Incip. 
lib. 4 Reg. with 3719. from prec. 
Sund. 3 1. prop. In L. Suffr., and 
in Prim. Prec. dom. In Mass 2nd 
pr. A cunctis, 3rd ad libit' Vesp. of 
foil, (Suffr.) In Compl. Prec. 



1920] 



28 Wed. 



29 Thur. 



30 Fri, 



31 Sat. 



JULY. 

Armagh. Octave of Dedication of Cathedral, 
d.m. Ant. and Pss. of day. LI. 1 N. 
Incip. lib. 4 Reg. with R/ty. from prec. 
Sund. '0 1. and com. of S. Pantaleon, M. 
in L. and M. Creed. In 2 Vesp. com. of 
foil. 



SS. Nazarius and Comp. Mm. s.d. In L 
Suffr. In Prime Prec. In Mass 2nd 
pr. A cunctis, 3rd ad libit. Vesp 
from cap. of foil. com. of prec. and 
SS. Felix and Comp. Mm. (Suffr.). In 
Compl. Prec. 

S. Martha, V. s.d. Com. of SS. Felix and 
Comp. Mm. in L. (Suffr.) and M. 
3rd pr. A cunctis. In Prime Prec. 
In 2 Vesp. com. of foil. (Suffr.). In 
Compl. Prec. 

SS. Abdon and Sennen Mm. simpl. In 
L. Suffr. ; in Prime Prec. dom. In 
Mass 2nd pr. A cunctis. 3rd ad libit. 
Vesp. of foil., no com. 

S. Ignatius of Loyola, C. d. Mass prop. 
Vesp. of foil. Sund. (Ant. of Magnif. 
Sapientia, pr. of 10th Sund.) com. of 
preced. of S. Peter's Chains, of S. 
Paul, Ap., and of the Holy Machabees 
Mm. Compl. of Sat. 



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1 SUN. 



2 Mon. 



3 Tues. 



4 Wed. 



5 Thur. 



AUGUST. 

Dublin. The Novena before the Feast of the 
Assumption of the B.V.M. ivill begin on 
Friday next. 

*%* TENTH SUNDAY AFTER PENTECOST, 
and 1st of Aug. Of the Sund. s.d. 
Com. of S. Peter's Chains, S. Paul, 
and the Holy Machabees Mm. in L. 
and M. Creed. Pref. of Trinity. In 
2 Vesp. of Sund. com. of foil. (Ant. 
Doctor) of S. Peter's Chains, S. Paul, 
and S. Stephen, P.M. G. 

S. Alphonsus, B.D. d. 9 1. and com. of 
S. Stephen P.M. in L and M. Creed. 
In 2 Vesp. com. of foil. 

Dublin. In Mass 3rd pr. Deus omnium 
fidelium for MOST REV. WILLIAM JOSEPH, 
on anniversary of his consecration. 

The Finding of the Relics of S. Stephen. 
Protom. s.d. Lessons and 1919, prop 
In L. Ant. prop. Pss. of Sund., Suffr. 
In Hours Ant. and Pss. of day, in 
Prime Prec. dom. In Mass 2nd pr. 
A cunctis, 3 ad lib. Vesp. of foil. com. 
of preced. 

S. Dominic, C. d.m. m.t.v. Vesp. of foil, 
(comm. and prop.) com. of prec. 
Compl. of Sund. In Compl. and 
to-morow's Hours Doxol. Jesu . . . 
qui natus. 

Dedication of S. Mary of the Snows; d.m. 
(A). Creed. Pref. of B.V.M. Et te 
in Festivitate. Vesp. of foil, (prop.) 
com. of preced. Compl. of Sund. 
In Compl. and to-morrow's Hours 
Doxol. Jesu . . . qui te revelas. 



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6 Fri. 



7 Sat. 



8 SUN. 



9 Mon. 



AUGUST. 

THE TRANSFIGURATION OF OUR LORD, d. 2 
cl. (A). Off. prop. 9 1. and com. of 
SS. Xystus and Comp. Mm. in L. and 
M. (com. of Mm. in private Masses 
only). Creed. Pref. of Nativ. In 
Prime f. Qin apparuisti. In 2 Vesp. 
>rop.) com. of foil., and S. Donatu's 
. Compl. of Sund. 

S. Cajetan, C. d. 9 1. and com. of S. 
Donatus, B.M. in L. and M. Vesp. 
of foil. Sund. com of prec. and 
SS. Cyriacus and Comp. Mm. 

Saturday next, the Vigil of the A ssumption, 
will be a Fast Day, without abstinence. 
(S. Cong. Cone., 31 July, 1912.) 

>fc ELEVENTH SUNDAY AFIER PENTECOST 
and 2nd of Aug. Of the Sund. s.d. 
Com. of SS. Cyriacus and Comp. Mm. 
in L. (Suffr.) and M. Creed. Pref. 
of Trinity. In Prime Athan. Symb. 
and Prec. In 2 Vesp. of Sund. com. 
of foil. SS. Cyriacus and Comp. Mm. 
(2 Vesp.) and S. Romanus. G. 

Achonry, Kilmore. Vesp. of foil. (resp. all 
from comm.) com. of Sund. only. w. 

(Vigil of S. Laurence). SS. Nathy and 
Felim, Bb. 'Cc. d. (New Irish 
Suppl.) Ant. Pss. and yy. of Noct. 
of day. LI. 2 N. prop. Remainder 
from new Comm. Plur. Conff. Pont. 
9 1. horn, of Vigil. Com. of Vigil 
and S. Romanus in L. and M. 
(Sacerdotes Sion) (Or. Mass of Vigil 
(viol. Gloria omitted) com. of SS. 
Nathy and Felim, and S. Romanus.) 
Vesp of foil, (prop.) com. of prec. 
Compl. of Sund. 



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li Wed. 



Achonry. S. NATHY, B.C. (Principal Patron 
of Diocese) d. 1 cl. with Oct. (A). (Suppl.). 
Off. as in prop, and comm. LI. 1 N. 
Fidelis sermo. Com. of S. Felim B.C. 
(Pr. Exaudi 2nd pi.) in L. and M. (private 
only). No com. of Vigil, or S. Romanus. 
Creed. In 2 Vesp. (all from comm.) com. 
of foil. Compl. of Sund. No com. of 
Oct. to-morrow. 

Kilmore. S. FELIM, B.C. (Principal Patron 
of Diocese) d. 1 d with Oct. (A). (Suppl). 
Off. as in prop, and comm. LI. 1 N. 
Fidelia sermo. Com. of S. Nathy, B.C. 
(Pr. Exaudi 2nd pi.) in L. and M. (private 
only). No com. of Vigil or S. Romanus. 
Creed. In 2 Vesp. (all from comm.) com. 
of foil Compl. of Sunday. No com. of 
Oct. to-morrow. 

S. LAURENCE. M. d. 2 cl. with simple Oct. 
(A). Off prop. In 2 Vesp. (all from 
feast) com of foil. only. Compl. of 
Sund. 



Limerick. In 

Attracta. 



2 Vesp. com. of foil, and S 



S. Attracta V. d. (Suppl.) LI. 2 N. and 
Pr. prop. 9 1. of SS. Tiburtius and 
Susanna Mm. Com. of S. Lelia, V. 
and SS. Tiburt and Susanna in L. and 
M. Vesp. from cap. of foil. com. of 
prec. and S. Clare. 

Kerry. S. Attracta V. d. All as above, but 
com. of S, Lelia omitted. 

Achonry. S. Attracta V. (Secondary Patron 
of the Diocese) d.m. 9 1. of SS. Tiburt. | 
and Susanna. Com. of Oct. of S.- Nathy, 
S. Lelia and SS. Tiburt. and Susanna in 
L. and M. Creed. Vesp. from cap. of 
foil., com. of prec. S. Clare, and Oct. 

Kilmore. Add com. of Oct. of Patr. (before 
S. Lelia) in L. and M. Creed Vesp. 
from cap. of foil. com. of prec. S. Clare 
and Oct. 

Ki.lala. Vesp. of foil, (all from comm ) no 
com. Compl. of Sund. 



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13 Fri. 



AUGUST. 

Cloyne. Vesp. of foil, (all from comm. of 
Dedic.) no com. Compl. of Sund. 

Limerick. S. Lelia, V. d.m. 9 l. of S. 

Attracta V. Com. of S. Attracta and SS. 
Tiburtius and Susanna Mm. in L. and M. 
(Or. Mass of S. Attracta, com. of S. Lelia 
and Mm.) In 2 Vesp. com. of foil., 
S. Clare, V. and S. Attracta. 



S. Muredach, B.C. d. (Suppl.). 9 1. of S. 
Clare V. Com. of S. Clare in L. and M. 
(Or Mass of S. Clare, com. of S. 
Muredach). In 2 Vesp. com. of foil, 
and S. Clare. 



Achonry. Kilmore. Add com. of Oct. of Pata- 
(resp.) last place in L. and M. Creed. 
In 2 Vesp. com. of foil, day within Oct. 
S. Clare V. and SS. Hippolytus and 
Cassian Mm. 

Kerry. In 2 Vesp. com. of foil, (comm.), of 
S. Clare V. and SS. Hippolytus and 
Cassian Mm. 



Kiliala. S. Muredach, B.C. (Principal Patron 
of Diocese and Titular of Cathedral) d. 
1 cl Oct. (Suppl.) (A). Com. of S. 
Clare V. in L and private Mass only. 
Creed during Oct. In 2 Vesp. (all from 
comm.) no com. Compl. of Sund. 

Cloyne. Anniversary of Dedic. of Cathedral 
of S. Colman, d. 1 cl. Oct. (A). All from 
comm. of Dedic. Com. of S. Muredach, 
B.C. and S. Clare, V. in L. and private 
Mass. Creed during Oct. In 2 Vesp. no 
com. Compl. of Sund. 



SS. Hippolytus and Cassian, Mm. simpl. 
In L. Suffr. in Prime Prec. dom. In 
Mass 2nd pr. Fidelium, 3 A cunctis. 
Vesp. of foil. com. of S. Eusebius, C. 



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Kerry. S. Lelia, V. s.d (d. a. from Aug. 11) 
(Suppl.) 9 1. and com. of SS. Hippolytus 
and Cassian Mm. in L. (Suffr.) and M. 
3rd pr. A cunctis. In Prim. Free. dom. 
Vesp of foil. com. of preced. and S. 
Eusebius C. 

Achonry, Kilmore. 5th day of Oct. of Patron, 
(respect) s.d. (Suppl.) 9 1. and com. of 
Mm. in L. and M. 3rd pr. Concede. Creed. 
Vesp. of foil. com. of Oct. (2 Vesp.) and 
S. Eusebius C. 

Killala. 2nd day of Oct. of Patron s. d. (Suppl.) 
9 1. and com. of SS. Hippol. and Cass. Mm. 
in L. and M. 3rd pr. Concede. Creed. 
Vesp. of foil com. of Oct. (2 Vesp.) and 
S. Eusebius C. 

CBoyne. 2nd day of Oct. of Dedic. s.d. 9 1. 
and com. of SS. Hippol. and Cass. Mm. in 
L. and M. 3rd pr. Concede. Vesp. of 
foil. com. of Oct. and S. Eusebius C. 

ROSS, Kilf enora. Vesp. of foil, (all from comm. 
but pr. prop.) no com. Compl. of Sund. 



(Vigil of Assumption Fast without Ab- 
stinence) S.Fachanan, B.C. d. (Suppl.) 
LI. 2 N. and Pr. prop. 9 1. horn, of 
Vigil. Com. of Vigil and S. Eusebius 
C. in L. and M. Last Gosp. of Vigil 
(Or. Mass of Vigil (viol. Gloria 
omitted) com. of .S. Fachanan and S. 
Eusebius). Vesp. of foil, (prop.) 
com. of Sund. only. In Compl. and 
during foil. Oct. Doxol. Jesu . . . qui 
natus. 

Achonry, Kilmore, Killala, Cloyne. Add com. 
of Oct. (resp.) (before com. of Vigil) 
in L. and M. Creed. Last Gosp. of 
Vigil. [Or. Mass of Vigil (viol. Gloria 
and Creed omitted) com. of S. Fachanan, 
Oct. of Patr. and S. Eusebius]. Vesp. of 
foil, (prop.) com. of Sund. only. No 
com. of Oct. of Patr. to-morrow. 



as above 



Doxol, 



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Kerry. S. Fachanan, B.C. d.m. All as above. 

ROSS, Kilfenora. S. FACHANAN, B.C. (Princi- 
pal Patron of .Dioceses) d. 1 cl. with Oct. 
(A). Off. from comm. and prop. (Suppl.) 
No com. of Vigil or S. Eusebius. Creed. 
Vesp. of foil, (prop.) com. of prec. and 
Sund. Compl. of Sund. Doxol. as above. 
No com. of Oct. of Patr. to-morrow. 



15 SUN. ^ TWELFTH SUNDAY AFTER PENTECOST 
and 3rd of Aug. FEAST OF THE 
ASSUMPTION OF THE B.V.M. d. 1 cl. 
with Oct. (A). Off. prop. 9 1. horn, 
and com. of Snnd. in L. and M. 
Creed. Pref. of B.V.M. Et te in 
Assumptione said during Oct. Last 
Gosp. of Sund. In 2 Vesp. (prop.) 
com. of foil, and Sund. W. 



16 Mon. S. JOACHIM, Father of B.V.M., d. 2 cl., 
m.t.v. (A). Off. as in prop, and comm. 
LI. 1 N. Beat-its vir. Creed. Pref. of 
Assumpt. In 2 Vesp. (all of feast) 
com. of foil. Compl. of Sund. 

Achonry, Kilmore Add com. of Oct. day of 
Patr. (resp.) in L. M. and V. Remainder 
as above. 

Killala, Cioyne, Ross, Kilfenora. No com. of 
Oct. to-day. 



17 Tues S. Hyacinth, C. d., m.t.v. LI. 1 N. Incip. 
lib. Sapientice, with 1917. from prec. 
Sund. Com. of Oct. of Assumpt. and 
Oct. day of S. Laurence M. in L. and 
M. Creed. Pref. of Assumpt. In 
2 Vesp. com. of Oct. of Assumpt. 
(1 Vesp.) and S. Agapitus M. 

Killala, Cioyne, Ross, Kilfenora. Add com. 
of Oct. (resp.) after Oct. of Assumpt. in 
L. M. and V. Remainder as above. 



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4th day of Oct. of Assumpt. s.d. Ant. : W* 
Pss. of day. LI. of all Nn. prop. 9 1. ' 
and com. of S. Agapitus M. in L. and 
M. 3rd pr. of the Holy Ghost. Creed. 
Pref. of Assumpt. In 2 Vesp. no 
com. Compl. of day. 

Killala, Cloyne. 9 1. of S. Agapitus. Com. of 
local Oct. and S. Agapitus in L. and M. 
Creed. Pref. of Assumpt. Vesp. of foil. 
Oct. day (Ant. Pss. of day) com. of Oct. 
of Assumpt. 

Ross, Kilfenora. 9 1. of S. Agapitus. Com. 
of Oct. of Patr. and S. Agapitus in L. and 
M. Creed. In 2 Vesp. com. of Oct. of \ 
Patr. 



5th day of Oct. of Assumpt. s.d. Ant: i W* 
Pss. of day. LI. of all Nn. prop. In ! 
Mass 2nd pr. of the Holy Ghost. 3rd j 
for Church or Pope. Creed. Pref. \ 
of Assumpt. Vesp. of foil. com. of : 
Oct. 



Cloyne. Octave of Dedic. of Cathedral, d.m. 
Ant, Pss. of day. Com. of Oct. of 
Assumpt. in L. and M. 3rd pr. Deus 
omnium fidelium for MOST REV. ROBERT, 
on annivers. of his Consecration. Creed. 
Pref. of Assumpt. In 2 Vesp. com. of 
foil, and Oct. of Assumpt. 

Killala. Octave of S. Muredach B.C. d.m. 
(Suppl.). Ant. Pss. of day. Com. of 
Oct. of Assumpt. in L. and M. Creed. 
Pref. of Assumpt. In 2 Vegp. com. of 
foil, and Oct. of Assumpt. 

ROSS, Kilfenora. Com. of Oct. of Patr. in L. 
and M. 3rd pr. of Holy Ghost Creed. 
Pref. of Assumpt. Vesp. of foil. com. of 
Oct. of Assumpt. and Oct. of Patr. 



S. Bernard, Abb. and D. d. Com. of Oct. 
in L. and M. Creed. Pref. of Assumpt. ; 
Vesp. from cap. of foil. com. of prec 
and Oct. 



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21 Sat. 



>22-SUN. 



AUGUST. 

ROSS, Kilfenora. Add com. of Oct. of Patron 
(last pi.) in L. and M. Creed. Vesp. of 
foil. Oct. day of Patron (Ant. Pss. of day) 
com. of prec. S. Jane de Chantal and 
Oct. of Assumpt. 



S. Jane Frances de Chantal, Wid. d. 
Com. of Oct. in L. and M. Creed. 
Pref of Assumpt. Vesp. of foil. 
Sund. com. of preced of Oct. day of 
Assumpt. and SS. Timothy and 
Comp. Mm. Compl. of day. 

ROSS, Kilfenora. Octave of S. Fachanan B.C. 
d.m. Ant. and Pss. of day. 9 1. of S. 
Jane Frances. Com. of S. Jane and Oct. of 
Assumpt. in L. and M. Creed. Pref. of 
Assumpt. (Or. Mass of S. Jane, com. of Oct. 
of Patr. and Oct. of Assumpt. Creed). 
Vesp. of foil. Sund. com. of preced. of 
Oct. Day of Assumpt. S. Jane and SS. 
Timothy and Comp. Mm. Compl. of 
day. 

Kerry. Vesp. of foil, (all from comm. of 
Dedic.) com. of Sund. only. 



THIRTEENTH SUNDAY AFTER PENTECOST 
and 4th of Aug. Of the Sund. s.d. 
Com. of Oct. day. and SS. Timothy 
and Comp. Mm. in L. and M. Creed. 
Pref. of Trinity. In 2 Vesp. of Sund. 
com. of foil. S. Philip Benitius C. and 
Oct. G. 

Derry. Vesp. of foil, (all from comm.) com. of 
Sund. only. 

Kerry. ANNIVERSARY OF DEDICATION OF 
CATHEDRAL, d. 1 cl. with Oct. (A). All 
from comm. of Dedic. 9 1. horn, of Sund. 
Com. of Sund. and Oct. of Assumpt. in 
L. and Mass. (Com. of Oct. of Assumpt. 
in private Masses only). Creed. Pref. of 
Trinity. Last Gosp. of Sund. In 2 
Vesp. (all from comm.) com. of foil. 
S. Philip Benitius and Sund. w. 



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26 Thur. 



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(Vigil of S. Bartholomew) S. Eugene, B.C. 
d. (Suppl.). 9 1. horn, of Vigil. 
Com. of S. Philip Benitius C. and 
Vigil in L. and M. Last Gospel of 
Vigil. (Or. Mass of Vigil (viol. 
Gloria omitted) com. of S. Eugene and 
S. Philip). Vesp of foil, (from comm. 
and prop.) com. of prec., and S. Philip 
Benitius. Compl. of Sund. 

Kerry. Add com. of Oct. of Dedic. (after S. 
Philip) in L. and M. Creed. Vesp. of 
foil, (prop.) com. of S. Eugene and 
S Philip only. No com. of Oct. to- 



Derry. S. EUGENE, B.C. (Principal Patron of 
Diocese and Titular of Cathedral) d. 1 cl. 
with Oct. (A). All from comm. and prop. 
(Suppl.) LI. 1 N. Fidelis sermo. Com. of 
S. Philip Benitius C. in L. and Mass 
(private only). No com. of Vigil. Creed 
during Oct. In 2 Vesp. (all from comm.) 
com. of foil. only. Compl. of Sund. No 
com. of Oct. to-morrow. 



S. BARTHOLOMEW, Ap. d. 2 cl. (A). Creed. 
Pref . of Apost. In 2nd Vesp. (comm. 
and prop.) com. of foil. Compl. of 
Sund. 



S. Louis, C. s.d. In L. Suffr. In Prime W* 
Prec. In Mass 2nd pr. A cunctis, 
3rd ad libit. In 2 Vesp. com. of 
foil. (Suffr.). In Compl. Prec. 

Kerry, Derry. Com. of Oct. (resp.) in L. (no 
Suffr.} and M., 3rd pr. Concede. Creed. 
In Prime Prec. omitted. In 2 Vesp. com. 
of foil, day within Oct. and S. Zephyrinus, 
P.M. 



S. Zephyrinus, P.M. simpl. In L. Suffr., 
and in Prime Prec. dom. In Mass 
2nd pr. A cunctis, 3rd ad libit. 
Vesp. of foil, no com. 



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27 Fri. 



28 Sat. 



AUGUST. 

Derry. 4th day of Octave of S. Eugene, B.C. 
s.d. Ant. Pss. of day. 91. of S. Zephyrinus 
P.M. Com. of S. Zephyrinus in L. and M. 
3rd pr. Concede. Creed. Vesp. of foil. 
com. of Oct. (2 Vesp.). 

Kerry. 5th day of Octave of Dedication, s.d. 
Ant. Pss. of day. 9 1. of S. Zephyrinus, 
P.M. Com. of S. Zephyrinus in L. and 
M. 3rd pr. Concede. Creed. Vesp. of 
foil. com. of Oct. (2 Vesp.). 



S. Joseph Calasanctius, C. d. Vesp. from 
cap. of foil., com. of preced. and S. 
Hermes M. 

Derry, Kerry. Com. of Oct. (resp.) in L. and 
M. Creed. Vesp from cap. of foil. com. 
of prec. Oct. and S. Hermes. 

Ursuline Convents. Vesp. of foil, (from comm. 
and prop.) no com. Compl. of Sund. 



S. Augustine, B.D. d. Com. of S. Hermes 
M. in L. and M. Creed. Vesp. of 
foil. Sund. com. of prec., the Be- 
heading of S. John Bapt. and S. 
Sabina. 

Kerry. Com. of Oct. of Dedic. and S. Hermes 
M. in L. and M. Creed. Vesp. of foil. 
Sund. com. of prec. of Oct. day of Dedic. 
(1 Vesp.) the Beheading of S. John and 
S Sabina, M. 

Derry. Com. of Oct. of S. Eugene, and S. 
Hermes in L. and M. Creed. Vesp. of 
foil. Sund. com. of prec. the Beheading 
of S. John. Oct. of Patr. and S. Sabina 
M. 

Ursuline Convents. S. Augustine, B.D. d. 1 d. 
with Oct. No. com. of S. Hermes. 
Creed during Oct. In 2 Vesp. (all of 
feast) com. of Sand, and Beheading of 
S. John Baptist nly. Compl. of Sund. 



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29 SUN. 



30 Mon. 



The Scripture Lessons of the fifth week of 
August are omitted this year, 

The Autumn Quarter of the Breviary begins. 



Hi FOURTEENTH SUNDAY AFTER PENTECOST 
and 1st of Sept. Of the Sund. s.d. 
Com. of Beheading of S. John Baptist 
and S. Sabina M. inL. and M. Creed. 
Pref. of Trinity. In 2 Vesp. of Sund. 
com. of foil., tne Beheading of S. John 
and SS. Felix and Adauctus Mm. G. 

Kerry. Add com. of Oct. day of Dedic. 
(before com. of Beheading of S. John) in 
L. M. and Vesp. Remainder as above. 

Derry. Add com. of Oct. of S. Eugene (after 
com. of Beheading of S. John) in L. and 
M. Cr^ed. In 2 Vesp. of Sund. com. of 
foil. Oct. day, the Beheading of S. John 
S. Rose of Lima, and SS. Felix and 
Adauctus Mm. G. 

Ossory. In 2 Vesp. of Sund. com. of foil., the 
Beheading of S. John. S. Rose of Lima 
V. and SS. Felix and Adauctus Mm. G. 

Ursuline Convents. Com. of Oct. of S 
Augustine throughout Oct. Creed. 



S. Rose of Lima, V. d. 91. and com. of 
SS. Felix and Adauctus Mm. in L. and 
M. Vesp. from cap. of foil, (m.t.v.) 
com. of prec. 

Derry. Octave of S. Eugene, B.C. d.m. 
(Suppl.) Ant. and Pss. of day. 9 1. 
of S. Rose of Lima. Com. of S. Rose and 
SS. Felix and Adauctus Mm. in L. and 
M. Creed. (Or. Mass of S. Rose, com. 
of Oct. and SS. Felix and Adauctus 
Mm. Creed). In 2 Vesp. com. of foil, 
and S. Rose (2 Vesp.). 



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Ossory. S. Fiacre, C. d. (Suppl.). 9 1. of S. 
Rose of Lima V. Com. of S. Rose and SS. 
Felix and Adauctus Mm. in L. and M. 
(Or. Mass of S. Rose, com. of S. Fiacre ang[ 
Mm.) Vesp. from cap. of foil, (m.t.v.) 
com. of prec. and S. Rose (2 Vesp.). 

Galway and Kilmacduagh. In Mass 3rd pr. 
Deus omnium fidelium for MOST REV. 
THOMAS, on anniversary of his consecra- 
tion. 



S. Raymond Nonnatus, C. d. In 2 Vesp. 
corn, of foil. S. Giles, and the Twelve 
Brothers. Mm. 

Ossory. In 2 Vesp. com. of foil, and the 
Twelve Brothers, Mm. 



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2 Thur. 



3 Fri. 



4 Sat. 



SEPTEMBER. 

S. Fiacre, C. (from Aug. 30 Suppl.) s.d. 
m.t.v. 9 1. of S. Giles Abb. Com. of 
S. Giles and the Twelve Brothers Mm. 
in L. (Suffr.) and M. In Prime Prec. 
Vesp. from cap. of foil, (m.t.v.) com. 
of prec. (S^lffr.). In Compl. Prec. 

Ossory. S. Giles, Abb. simpL Com. of the 
Twelve Brothers Mm. in L. (Suffr.). In 
Prime Prec. dom. In Mass 2nd pr. 
Fidelium, 3rd of Mm. Vesp. of foil. 
(Suffr.). In Compl. Prec. 



S. Stephen, King. C. s.d. In L. Suffr. In 
Prime Prec. In M. 2nd pr. A cunctis, 
3rd ad libit. Vesp. of foil. com. of 
preced. 

Connor. Vesp. of foil, (all from comm.) no 
com. Compl. of Sund. 

S. Macanisius, B.C. d. (Suppl.) In Mass 
2nd pr. De^ts omnium fidelium for 
Pope Benedict XV. (on anniv. of his 
Election). In 2 Vesp. com. of foil. 
In Compl. and to-morrow's hours 
(till None) Doxol. Jesu . . . qui 
natus. 

Connor. S. Macanisius, B.C. (Principal 
Patron of Diocese) d. 1 cl with Oct. (A). All 
from comm. and prop. (Suppl.). Creed 
during Oct. In 2 Vesp. (from comm.) no 
com. Compl. of Sund. 



Of the B.V.M. in Sabbato. simpl. In L. 
Suffr. (Ant. Sancti omnes, etc.) ; in 
Prime Prec. dom. In Mass (Gloria 



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said) 2nd pr. of the Holy Ghost. 
3rd for Church or Pope. Pref. of 
the B.V.M. Et te in veneratione. 
Vesp. of foil. Sund. com. of S. 
Laurence, B.C., Suffr. 



Killaloe. In Mass 3rd pr. E celesta, 4th Deus 
omnium fidelium for MOST REV. MICHAEL, 
on anniversary of his consecration. 



Achonry. In Mass 3rd pr. Ecclesice, 4th Deus 
omnium fidelium for MOST REV. PATRICK, 
on anniversary of his consecration (from 
yesterday). 



Connor. Of the Oct. of S. Macanisius, B.C. 
s.d. Ant. and Pss. of day. In Mass 2nd 
pr. Concede, 3rd for the Church or Pope. 
Creed. Vesp. of foil. Sund. com. of S. 
Laurence B.C. and Oct. (Pr. Exaudi 2nd 
pi.). Compl. of Sat. 



Ursuline Convents. Octave day of S. Augus- 
tine, B.C. d.m. Mass as on Feast day. 
Creed. 



FIFTEENTH SUNDAY AFTER PENTE- 
COST, and 2nd of Sept. Of the Sund. 
s.d. Com. of S. Laurence B.C. In L. 
(Suffr.) and M. 3rd pr. A cunctis. 
Creed. Pref. of Trin. In Prime 
Athan. Symb. and Prec. In 2 Vesp. 
of Sund. com of S. Laurence and 
Suffr. In Compl. Prec. G. 



Connor Com. of S. Laurence and Oct. of 
Patr. (Pr. Exaudi) in L. and M. Creed. 
(Suffr. Prec. and Athan. Creed omitted). 
In 2 Vesp. of Sund. com. of Oct. (1 
Vesp.) and S. Laurence* (2 Vesp. Pr. 
Exaudi). Cr. 



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DIRECTORY FOR THE LAITY. 

Of the day, simpL In L. Suffr. and in 
Prime Prec. dom. In Mass of prec. 
Sund. (Gloria and Creed omitted) 2nd 
pr. Fidelium, 3 A cunctis. 4th for 
Pope Benedict XV. (on anniversary 
of his Coronation). Common Pref. 
Vesp. of day as in Psslt.., Suffr. In 
Compl. Prec. 

Connor. Of the Oct of S. Macanisius, B.C. 
s.d. Ant. and Pss. of day. In M. 2nd 
pr. Concede, 3rd for the Church, 4th for 
Pope Benedict XV. (on anniv. of Coron.) 
Creed. In 2 Vesp. no 



Of the day, simpl. In L. Suffr. and in 
Prime Prec dom. In Mass of prec. 
Sund. (Gloria and Creed omitted) 2nd 
pr. A cunctis, 3rd ad lib. Comm. 
Pref. Vesp. of foil, (prop.) no com. 
Compl. of Sund. In Compl. and to- 
morrow's Hours Doxol. Jesu . . . qui 
natus. 

Connor. Of the Oct. of S. Macanisius, B.C. 
s.d. Ant. and Pss. of day. In M. 2nd 
pr. Concede 3rd for the Church or Pope. 
Creed. Vesp. of foil, (prop.) no com. 
Compl. of Sund. Doxol. as above. No 
com. of Oct. to-morrow. 

Cork. Vesp. of foil, (prop.) no com. In 
Compl. and throughout Oct. Doxol. Jesu 
. . . qui natus. W. 

THE NATIVITY OF THE B.V.M. d. 2 cl. 
(with simple Oct.) (A). 9 1. and com. 
of S. Hadrian M. in L. and private 
Mass. Creed. Pref. of B.V.M. Ette 
in Nativitate. In 2 Vesp. (all of feast) 
com. of foil. only. 

Clonmacnoise. Vesp. of foil, (all from comm 
pr. prop.) com. of preced. only. 



1920] SEPTEMBER. 

Cork. The Nativity of the B.V.M. (Title of 
Cathedral) d. 1 cl. with comm. Oct. (A). 
No com. of S. Hadrian. Creed and Pref. 
of B.V.M. Et te in Nativit. during Oct. 
In 2 Vesp. (all from feast) com. of foil. 

9 Thur. S. Kieran, Abb. d. (Suppl.). LI. 2 and 
3rd Nn. and Pr. from comm. 9 1. of 
S. GorgoniusM. Com. of S. Gorgonius 
in L. and M. Vesp. from cap. of foil, 
com. of preced. 



Connor. 9 1. of S. Gorgonius M. Com. of j 
Oct. of Patr. and S. Gorgonius in L. and 
M. Creed. Vesp. of foil. Oct. day of 
Patr. (Ant. Pss. of day) com. of preced. 
and S. Nicholas Tolentino C. 

Cork. 9 1. of S. Gorgonius M. Com. of Oct, 
of Nativ. and S. Gorgonius in L. and M. 
Creed. Pref. of B.V.M. Et te in Nativ. 
Vesp. from cap. of foil. com. of preced 
and Oct. of Nativ. 

Clonmacnoise. S. Kieran Abb. (Principal 
Patron of Diocese) d. 1 cl. Oct. (Suppl.) 
(A). LI. 2 N. prop. Creed during Oct. 
No com. of S. Gorgonius. In 2 Vesp. (all 
from comm. and prop.) com. of foil. 
Compl. of Sund. 



10 Fri. S. Nicholas of Tolentino, C. d. In 2 Vesp. 
com. of foil, (as in 1 Vesp. of Nativ. 
of B.V.M) and SS. Protus and 
Hyacinth, Mm. In Compl. and to- 
morrow's Hours Doxol. Jesu . . . 
qui natus. 



Connor. Octave of S. Macanisius B.C. d.m. 
(Suppl.) Ant. Pss. of day. 9 1. of S. 
Nicholas of Tolent. Com. of S. Nicholas 
in L. and M. Creed (Or. Mass of S. 
Nicholas (w.) com. of S. Macanisius. 
Creed). In 2 Vesp. com. of foil, and S. 
Nicholas and SS. Protus and Hyacinth, 
. Mm. 



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DIRECTORY FOR THE LAITY. 

Cork. Com. of Oct. of Nativ. in L. and M. 
Creed. Pref. of B.V.M. In 2 Vesp. com. 
of foil, day within Oct. (1 Vesp.) and SS. 
Protus and Hyacinth, Mm. 

Clonmacnoise. Com. of Oct. of Patron in L. 
and M, Creed. In 2 Vesp. com. of foil, 
day within Oct. (1 Vesp.) and SS. Protus 
and Hyacinth. Mm. 



11 Sat. Of the B.V.M. in Sabbato, simpl. In 
Mat. Invit. and Hymn as in feast of 
Nativ. Ant. and Pss. of day Absol. 
and Bened, prop. B.M. in Sabb. LI. 
1 and 2 Scrip, occ. with i?*?. of day 
3 1. prop. (New Brev. ; Sat. after 
Nativ.) In L and Hours Ant. and 
Pss. of day, remainder as in feast of 
Nativ, Com. of SS. Protus and 
Hyacinth Mm. in L. (Suffr.} and M. 
(Gloria said) 3rd pr. of the Holy 
Ghost. Pref. of B.V.M. Et te in 
Nativitate. In Prim. Prec. dom. 
Vesp. of foil. Sund. com. of the Most 
Holy Name of Mary (1 Vesp.) and S. 
Ailbe, B.C. Compl. of Sat. In 
Compl. and to-morrow's Hours Doxol. 
Jesu . . . qui natus. 

Kilmore. In Mass 4th pr. Deus omnium 
fidelium for MOST REV. PATRICK, on 
anniversary of his consecration. 



Emly. Vesp. of foil, (all from comm.) no com. 
Compl. of Sund. 



Cork. 4th day of Oct. of the Nativity of the 
B.V.M. s.d. Ant. Pss. of day. LI. 1 N. 
Scrip, occ. LI 2 and 3 Nn/prop. 91. 
and com. of SS. Protus and Hyacinth Mm 
in L. and M. 3rd pr. of the Holy Ghost. 
Creed. Pref. of B.V.M. Vesp. of foil. 
Sun. com. of the Most Holy Name of 
Mary and S. Ailbe B.C. only. Compl. 
of Sat. No com. of Oct. to-morrow. 



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13-Mon. 



SEPTEMBER. 

Clonmacnoise. 3rd day of Oct. of S. Kieran, 
Abb. s.d. (Suppl.). Ant. and Pss. of day 
9 1. and com. of SS. Protus and 
Hyacinth Mm. in L. and M. 3rd pr 
Concede. Creed. Vesp. of foil. Sund. 
com. of Oct. of Patron, of the Most Holy 
Name of Mary, and S. Ailbe B.C. Compl. 
of Sat. Doxol. as above. 



Wednesday and Friday of next week will be 
days of Fast and A bstinence, Saturday 
a Fast Day without Abstinence. (S. 
Cong. Cone. July 31, 1912). 

^ SIXTEENTH SUNDAY AFTER PENTE- 
COST, and 3rd of Sept. Of the Sund. 
s.d. Com. of the Most Holy Name 
of Mary, and S. Ailbe B.C. in L. and 
M. Creed. Pref. of Trinity. In 
Prime ?. 19. br. Qui natus. In 2 Vesp. 
of Sund. com. of the Most Holy 
Name of Mary. In Compl. Doxol. 
Jesu . . . qui natus. G. 

Clonmacnoise. Com. of Holy Name, Oct. of 
Patr. and S. Ailbe in L. and M. Creed. 
In 2 Vesp. of Sund. com. of Oct. (1 Vesp.) 
and Holy Name. Remainder as above. 

>-* 

Emly. S. AILBE, B.C. (Principal Patron of 
Diocese) d. 1 cl. with Oct. (A). All from 
comm. In Hymns Doxol, of B.V.M. 
9 1. horn, of Sund. Com. of Sund. and 
Most Holy Name of Mary in L. and M. 
(Com. of Holy Name in private Masses 
only). Creed. Pref. of Trinity. Last 
Gosp. of Sund. In Prime ^.^7. br, Qui 
natus. In 2 Vesp. (all from comm.) com. 
of Sund. only. In Compl. comm. Doxol 
Prcesta. w. 

Of the day, simpl. In L. Suffr. and in 
Prime Prec. dom. In Mass of prec. 
Sund. (Gloria and Creed omitted) 
2nd pr. Fideliiim, 3rd A cunctis. 
Comm. Pref. Vesp. of foil, (prop.) 
EO com. Compl. of Sund. 



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15 Wed. 



Cork. 6th day of Oct. of the Nativ. of the 
B.V.M. e.d. Ant. Pss. of day. LI. 1 N. 
Scrip, occ. LI. 2 and 3 Nn. prop. In 
Mass 2nd pr. of the Holy Ghost, 3rd for 
the Church or Pope. Creed. Pref. of 
the B.V.M. Vesp. of foil, (prop.) com. of 
Oct. (2 Vesp.). Compl. of Sund. 



Clonmacnoise, Emly. Of the ^Oct. of the i 
Patron (resp.) s.d. Ant. and Pss. of day, 
LI. 1 N. Incip. Tobias with 1919. from 3rd | 
Sund. In Mass 2nd pr. Concede, 3rd for j 
the Church or Pope. Creed. Vesp. of 



foil, (prop.) com. 
Compl. of Sund. 



of Oct. (2 Vesp.). 



The Exaltation of the Holy Cross, d.m. 
(A). Oft. prop. Creed. Pref. of 
Cross. Vesp. of foil (prop.) com. of 
prec. Compl. of Sund. In Compl. 
and to morrow's Hours Doxol. Jesu 
. . . qui passus. W. 

Clonfert. In Mass 2nd pr. Deus omnium 
fidelium for MOST REV. THOMAS, on anni- 
versary of his Consecration. 

Clonmacnoise, Emly. Add com. of Oct. of Patr. 
(resp ) in L. and M. In Vesp. no com. of 
Oct. Remainder as above. In Emly no 
com. of Oct. to-morrow. 

Cork. Add com. of Oct. of Nativ. in L. and 
M. Creed. Pref. of Cross. Vesp. of foil, 
(prop.) com. of prec. only. Compl. of 
Sund. Doxol. as above. No com. of Oct. 
to-morrow. 



(Ember Day Fast and Abstinence) FEAST 
OF THE SEVEN DOLOURS OF THE 
B.V.M. 'd. 2 cl. (A). Off. prop. 9 1. 
horn, of day. Com. of day and S. 
Nicomedes M. in L. and M. (com. of 
Mart, in private Masses only). Creed. 
Pref. of B.V.M. Et te in transfixione. 
Last Gosp. of day. In Prim. f. *?. 
br. Qui passus. In 2 Vesp. (prop.) 
com. of foil. Compl. of Sund. 



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16 Thnr. 



17 Fri. 



18 Sat. 



SEPTEMBER. 

Clonmacnoise. No com. of Oct. in L. or M. 
In 2 Vesp. (prop.) coin, of foil., Oct. day 
of Patron and SS. Cornelius and Cyprian 
Mm. Compl. of Sund. 

SS. Cornelius and Cyprian Mm. s.d. 9 1. 
of SS. Euphemia and Comp. Mm. 
Com. of SS. Euphemia and Comp. 
in L. (Suffr.) and M. 3rd pr. A 
cunctis. In Prime Prec. Vesp. of 
foil. com. of preced. 

Emly. 9 1. of Mm. Com. of Oct. of Patr. 
and Mm. in L. and M. Creed. (Suffr. 
and Prec. omitted). Vesp.' of foil. com. 
of preced. and Oct. 

Clonmacnoise. Octave of S. Kieran Abb. d.m. 
(Suppl.) Ant. Pss. of day. 9 1. of SS. Cor- 
nelius and Cyprian. Com. of SS. Cornelius 
and Cyprian and SS. Euphemia and Comp. 
Mm. in L. and M. Creed. (Or. Mass of 
SS Cornelius and Cyprian Mm. (red) com. 
of Oct. and SS. Euphemia and Comp. 
Creed.) In 2 Vesp. com. of foil, and SS. 
Cornelius and Cyprian Mm. 

(Ember Day Fast and Abstinence). The 

Holy Stigmata of S. Francis, C. d. 
LI. of all Nn. prop. 9 1. horn, of day. 
Com. of day in L. and M. Last Gosp. 
of day. (Or. Mass of day (viol. Gl. 
omitted) com. of Holy Stigmata). 
Vesp. of foil. com. of prec. 

Emly. 9 1. horn, of day. Com. of Oct. and 
day in L. and M. Creed. Last Gosp. of 
day. (Or. Mass of day (viol. Gloria and 
Creed omitted) com. of Holy Stigmata 
and Oct.) Vesp, of foil. com. of prec. 
and Oct. 

(Ember Day. Fast without Abstinence). 
S. Joseph of Cupertino, C. d. LI. 1 
N., with 1919. prop. 9 1. horn, of day 
Com. of day in L. and M. Last 
Gosp. of day. (Or. Mass of day 



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22 Wed. 



DIRECTORY FOR THE LAITY. 

(viol. Gloria omitted) com. of S. 
Joseph of Cupertino). Vesp. ot foil. 
Sund. com. of prec. and SS. Januar us 
and Comp. Mm. 

Emly. 9 1. horn, of day. Com. of Oct. and 
day in L. and M. Creed. Last Gosp, of 
day. (Or. Mass of day (viol. Gloria an-.i 
Creed omitted) com. of S. Joseph Cupert. 
and Oct.) Vesp. of foil. Sund. com. of 
prec. of Oct. day of Patron (1 Vesp.) and 
SS. Januarius and Comp. Mm. Compl. 
of Sat. 



< SEVENTEENTH SUNDAY AFTER PENTE- 
COST, and 4th of Sept. Of the Sund. 
s.d. Com. of SS. Januarius and Comp. 
Mm. in L. and M. Creed. Pref. of 
Trinity. 2 Vesp. of Sund. com. of 
foil, and SS. Januarius and Comp. 
(2 Vesp.) G. 

Emly. Add com. of Oct. day of Patron 
(before SS. Januar., etc.) in L. M. and V. 



(Vigil of S. Matthew). SS. Eustace and 
Comp. Mm. d. 9 1. horn, and com. of 
Vigil in L. and M. Last Gosp. of 
Vigil. (Or. Mass of Vigil (viol 
Gloria omitted) com. of SS. Eustace 
and Comp.) Vesp. of foil, (all of 
feast) com. of prec. Compl. of Sund. 



S. MATTHEW, Ap. Evang. d. 2 cl. (A). 
Creed. Pref. of Apost. In 2 Vesp. 
(all of feast) com. of foil. Compl. of 
of Sund. 



S. Thomas of Villanova, B.C. d. m.t.v. 
9 1. and com. of SS. Maurice and 
Comp. Mm. in L. and M. In 2 Vesp. 
com. of foil., S. Eunan B.C. and S. 
Thecla V.M. 



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24-Fri. 



25 Sat. 



Raphoe. Vesp. of foil, (all from comm.) no 
com. Compl. of Sund 

S. Linus P.M. s.d. 9 1. of S. Thecla V.M. 
Com. of S. Eunan B.C. (Suppl.) and 
S. Thecla in L. (Suffr.) and M. In 
Prime Free. Vesp. of foil, (all of 
feast) com. of preced. Compl. of 
Sund. In Compl. and to-morrow's 
Hours Doxol. Jesu . . . qui natus. 

Raphoe. S. EUNAN, B.C. (Patron of Diocese 
and Titular of Cathedral), d. 1 cl. with Oct. 
(No com. of S. Thecla) (A). LI. 1 N. from 
comm. LJ. 2 N. prop. LI. 3 N. from 
comm. of Evang. Com. of S. Linus P.M. 
in L. and private M. Mass Statuit. Gosp. 
Designavit (as in Feast of S Luke, Oct. 18) 
Creed. In 2 Vesp. (all of feast) com. of 
foil. only. Compl. of Sund. Doxol. as 
above. 

Our Lady of Ransom, d.m. (A.). Creed. 
Pref. of B.V.M. Et te in Festivit. In 
2 Vesp. (from comm. and prop.) com. 
of foil. Compl. of Sund. Doxl. of 
B.V.M. 

Raphoe. Add com. of Oct. of Patron in L. 
M. and V. (in Vesp. pr. Exaudi). 

Oork. Vesp. of foil, (all from comm.) no com. 
In Compl. of Sund. Doxol. comm. Prassta. 

S. Finbarr, B.C. d. (Suppl.). Vesp. of 
foil. Sund. com. of prec. and SS. 
Cyprian and Justina Mm. 

Raphoe. Com. of Oct. of S. Eunan in L. and 
M. (Creed). Vesp. of foil. Sund. com. of 
prec. of Oct. (2 Vesp.) and SS. Cyprian 
and Justina Mm. 

Cork. S. FINBARR, B. C. (Principal Patron of 
. Diocese) d. 1 cl. with Oct. Off. from 
Comm. and prop. (Suppl.) In Mass 
Creed during Oct. In 2 Vesp. (all from 
comm.) com. of Sund. only. Compl. of 
Sund. 



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27 Mon. 



28 Tues 



29 Wed. 



DIRECTORY FOR THE LAITY. 

The Rosary devotions will begin. on Friday 
next. 

^ EIGHTEENTH SUNDAY AFTER PENTE- 
COST, and 5th of Sept. Of the Sund. 
s.d. Com. of SS. Cyprian and Justina 
Mm. in L. (Suffr.) and M. 3rd pr. 
A cunctis. Creed. Pref. of Trinity. 
In Prime Ath. Symb. and Prec. In 
2 Vesp. of Sund. com. of foil, and 
Suffr. In Compl. Prec. 



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00, Cork. Com. of Oct. of Patr. (resp.) 
md Mm. in L. and M. Creed. Pref. of 



Rap hoe, Cork, 

ai 

Trinity. (Suffr. Athan. Symb. and Prec. 
omitted). In 2 Vesp. of Sund. com. of 
foil, and Oct. G. 



SS. Cosmas and Damian, Mm. s.d. In L. 
Suffr. and in Prime Prec. In Mass 
2nd pr. A cunctis, 3rd ad lib. Vesp. 
from cap. of foil. com. of prec. with 
Suffr. In Compl. Prec. 

RaphOi, Cork. Com. of Oct. of Patr. (resp.) 
in L. and M. 3rd pr. Concede. Creed. 
(Suffr. and Prec. omitted). Vesp. from 
cap. of foil. com. of prec. and Oct. 



S. Wenceslaus, M. s.d. In L. Suffr. and 
in Prime Prec. In Mass 2nd pr. A 
cunctis, 3rd ad libit. Vesp. of foil, 
(prop.) no com. Compl. of Sund. 

Raphoe, Cork. Com. of Oct. of Patr. (resp.) 
in L. and M. 3rd pr. Concede (of B. V M.) 
Creed. (Suffr . and Prec. omitted.) Vesp. 
of foil, (prop.) no com. No com. of Oct. 
of Patron to-morrow. 



S. MICHAEL, ARCHANGEL, d. 1 cl. (A). 
Creed. In 2 Vesp. (prop.) com. of 
foil. (Ant. Doctor}. Compl. of 
Sund. 



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SEPTEMBER. 



Jerome, C.D. d. 
com. of foil. 



Creed. In 2 Vesp. 



Derry In Mass 2nd pr. Deus omnium fidelium, 
for MOST REV. CHARLES, on anniversary 
of his consecration (d.a. from yesterday). 

Raphoe. Octave of S Eunan, B.C. d.m, (Suppl.) 
Ant. Pas. of day. 9 1. of S. Jerome C.D. 
Com. of S. Jerome in L. and M. Creed. 
(Or. Mass of S. Jerome, com. of Oct. 
Creed.) In 2 Vesp. com. of foil, and S. 
Jerome. 

Cork. Add com. of Oct. of Patr. in L. and M. 
Creed. In 2 Vesp. com. of foil, day within 
Oct. and S. Remigius B.C. 



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2 Sat. 



3-SUN. 



4 Mon. 
5 Tues. 



OCTOBER. 



S. Remigius, B.C. simpL In L. Suffr. in W* 
Prime Prec. dom. In Mass 2nd pr. 
Fidelium. 3rd A cunctis. Vesp. of 
foil, (prop.) no com. Compl. of Sund. 

Cork. 7th day of Oct. of S. Finbarr, B.C. s.d. 
(Suppl.) Ant. Pas. of day. 9 1. and com. 
of S. Remigius, B.C. (pr Exaudi.) in L. 
and M. 3rd pr. Concede. Creed. Vesp. of 
foil. Oct. day com. of the Angels Guardian. 
Compl. of day. 

The Holy Angels Guardian, d.m. (A). 
Off. prop. Creed. Vesp. of foil. Sund. 
com. of prec. Compl. of Sat. 

Cork. Octave of S. Finbarr, B.C. d.m. I w 
(Suppl.). Ant. and Pss. of day. LI. 1 | 
N. Scrip, occ. Com. of Angels Guardian 
in L. and M. Creed. (Or. Mass of Angels, 
com. of Oct. Creed): Vesp. of foil 
Sund. com. of prec. and Angels Guardian. 
Compl. of Sat. 

^ NINETEENTH SUNDAY AFTER PENTE- 
COST, and 1st of Oct. Of the 
Sund. s.d. In Laud. Suffr. and in 
Prime Athan. Creed and Prec. In 
Mass 2nd pr. A cunctis, 3rd ad lib. 
Creed. Pref. of Trinity. In 2 Vesp. 
of Sund. com. of foil. G. 

S. Francis of Assisi, C. d.m. In 2 Vesp. 
com. of foil. 



SS. Placidus and Comp. Mm. simpl. In 
L. Suffr. and in Prime Prec. dom. 
In Mass 2nd pr. A cunctis, 3rd ad 
libit. Vesp, of foil, no com. 

Cork. In Mass 2nd pr. Fidelium, 3rd A cunctis. 



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7 Thur. 



8 Fri, 



9 Sat. 



OCTOBER. 

S. Bruno, C. d. Vesp. of foil, (prop.) com. 
of prec. only. Compl. of Sund. In 
Compl. and to-morrow's Hours Doxol. 
Jesu . . . qui natus. 

OSSOry. Vesp. of foil, (from comm. of Dedic.) 
no com. Compl. of Sund. 

SOLEMNITY OF THE MOST HOLY ROSARY, 
d. 2 cl. (A). 9 1. of S. Mark. Com. 
of S. Mark, P.C. and SS. Sergius 
and Comp. Mm. in L. and M. (In 
sung Masses no com.). Creed. Pref. 
of B.V.M. Et te in Solemnitate. In 
2 Vesp. (prop.) com. of foil. Compl. 
of Sund. 

Ossory. ANNIVERSARY OF DEDICATION or 
CATHEDRAL, d. 1 cl. Oct. (A). All from 
comm. of Dedic. No com. of St. Mark 
or Mm. Creed during Oct. In 2 Vesp. 
(all from comm.) com. of foil, and S. 
Birgitta, Wid. Compl. of Sund. In 
Compl. and to-morrow's Hours Doxol. 
Jesu . . . qui natua. 



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foil. 



In 2 Vesp. com. of 



OSSOry. Solemnity of the Most Holy Rosary, 
d. 2 cl. (d.a. from Oct. 7) (A). Off. prop. 
9 1. and com. of S. Birgitta in L. and M. 
Creed. Pref. of B.V.M. Et te in Solemni- 
tate. In 2 Vesp. (prop.) com. of foil, and 
S. Birgitta. Compl. of Sund. 

SS. Denis and Comp. Mm. s.^. In L 
Suffr. In Prime Prec. In Mass 2nd 
pr. A cunctis, 3rd ad lib. Vesp. of 
foil. Sund. com. of preced. anc? 
S. Francis Borgia, C. Suffr. In 
Compl. Prec. 

Ossory. Com. of Oct. of Dedic. in L. and M. 
3rd pr Concede. Creed. Vesp. of foil. 
Sund. com. of preced. S. Borgia, C. and 
Oct. 



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DIRECTORY FOR THE LAITY. 

< TWENTIETH SUNDAY AFTER PENTE- 
COST and 2nd of October. Of the 
Sund. s.d. Com. of S. Francis Borgia 
C. in L. (Suffr.) and M. 3rd pr. 
A cunctis. Creed. Pref. of Trinity. 
In Prime Athan. Creed and Prec. In 
2 Vesp. of Sund. com. of foil, and 
S. Francis Borgia. G. 

ClOgher. In Mass 4th pr. Deus omnium 
ftdelium for MOST REV, PATRICK, on 
anniversary of his consecration. 

Ossory. Com. of S. Francis Borgia C. and 
Oct. of Dedic. in L. and M, Creed. 
Pref. of Trinity. (Suffr. Athan. Creed 
and Prec. omitted). In 2 Veep, of Sund 
com. of foil. S. Francis Borgia and Oct. 
of Dedic. 

In Kilkenny and Suburbs. As above in 
Ossory, but Vesp. of foil, (all from comm.) 
com. of Sund. only. 



S. Canice, Abb. d. (Suppl.).. In 2 Vesp. 
no cam. 

Ossory. S. Canice, Abb. d.m. (Suppl.) Ant. 
and Pss. of day. LI. 1 N. Scrip, occ. 
Com. of Oct. of Dedic. in L. and M. 
Creed. In 2 Vesp com. of Oct. of Dedic. 
(1 Vesp.). 

In Kilkenny and Suburbs. S. CANICE, Abb. 
(Principal Patron of City), d 1 cl. with 
Oct. (A). All from comm. and prop. 
(Suppl.). (No com, of Oct. of Dedic.). 
Creed during Oct. In 2 Vesp. (all from 
comm.) no com. Compl. of Sund. 



Of the day, simpl. In L. Suffr. and in 
Prime Prec. dom. In Mass of prec. 
Sund. (Gloria and Creed omitted) 2nd 
pr. A cunctis, 3rd ad lib. Comm. 
Pref. Vesp. of foil, (m.t.v.) with 
Suffr. In Compl. Prec. 



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13 Wed. 



14 Thur. 



15 Fri. 



OCTOBER. 

Ossory. Of 6th day of Oct. of Dedic. s.d. 
Ant. and Pag. of day. LI. 2 and 3 Nn. 
prop. In Mass 2nd pr. Concede. 3rd for 
the Church or Pope. Creed. Vesp. of 
foil. com. of Ocfc. of Dedic. (2 Veap.). 

In Kilkenny and Suburbs. Of the Oct. of 
S. Canice Abb. s.d Ant. and Pss. of day. 
Com. of Oct. of Dedic. in L. and M. 
Creed. Vesp. of foil. com. of Oct. of 
Patr. and Oct of Dedic. (2 Vesp.). 



S. Edward, King, C. s.d. In L. Suffr. In 
Prime Prec. In Mass 2nd pr. A cunctis, 
3rd ad libit. Vesp. of foil. com. of prec. 

Ossory. Com. of Oct. of Dedic. in L. and M. 
3rd pr. Concede. Creed. Vesp. of foil. 
Oct. day of Dedic. (Ant. Pss. of day) com. 
of prec. and S. Callistus. 

In Kilkenny and Suburbs. Com. of Oct. of 
Patr. and Oct. of Dedic. in L. and M. 
Creed. Vesp. of foil. Oct. day of Dedic. 
(Ant. Pss. of. day) com. of prec., S. Cuiis- 
tus P.M. and Oct. of Patr. 



S. Callistus, P.M. d. Vesp. from cap of 
foil. com. of preced. 

Ossory. Oct. day of Dedication of Cathedral, 
d.m. Ant. Pss. of day. 9 1. of S. Callistus 
P.M. Com. of S. Callistus in L. and M. 
Creed. (Or. Mass of S. Callistus P.M. 
(red) com. of Oct. Creed.) In 2 Vesp. 
com. of foil. 

In Kilkenny and Suburbs. All as in Dioc. of 
Ossory but add com. of Oct. of Patron in 
L. M. and V. 



S. Teresa. V.d. In 2 Vesp. com.' of foil. 

Kilkenny and Suburbs. Add com. of Oct. of 
Patron in L. M. (Creed) and V. 

Down. Vesp. from cap. of foil. com. of prec, 



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16 Sat. S. Gall, Abb. s.d. (Suppl), In L. Suffr. 
In Prime Prec. In Mass 2nd pr. A 
cunctis, 3rd ad lib. Vesp. of foil. 
Sund. com. of preced. and S. Hedwigis 
Wid. (Suffr.). In Compl. Prec. 

Down. S. Gall., Abb. d. (Suppl.) Vesp. of 
foil. Sund. com. of preced. and S. Hed 
wigis, Wid. 

Kilkenny and Suburbs. Com. of Oct. of Patr. 
(Pr. Deus qui nos) in L. and M. 3rd pr. 
Concede. Creed. Vesp. of foil. Sund 
com. of preced. S. Hedwigis, and Oct. 



7 SUN. >{< TWENTY-FIRST SUNDAY AFTER PENTE- 
COST and 3rd of October. Of the 
Sund. s.d. Com. of S. Hedwigis, 
Wid. in L. (Suffr.) and M. 3rd pr. 
A cunctis. Creed. Pref, of Trinity. 
In Prime Athan. Creed, and Prec. 
Vesp of foil, (all of feast) com. of 
Sund. only. R. 

Kilktnny and Suburbs. Com. of S. Hedwigis 
and Oct. of Patr. in L. and M. Creed. 
(Suffr. and Prec. omitted.) Vesp. of foil, 
(all of feast) com. of Sund. and Oct. day 
of Patr. (1 Vesp.) r. 

18 Mon. s. LUKE Evang. d. 2 cl. (A). All from 
comm. and prop. Creed. Pref. of 
Apost. In 2 Vesp. (all of feast) com. 
of foil. Compl. of Sund. 

Kilkenny and Suburbs. Add com. of Oct. 
day of S. Canice, Abb. in L. M. and V. 



19 Tues. S. Peter of Alcantara C. d. m.t.v. Vesp. 
from cap. of foil. com. of prec. 

20 Wed S. John Cantius C. d. Hymns prop. In 
2 Vesp. com. of foil, and SS. Ursula 
and Comp. Vv. Mm. 



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22 Fri. 



23 Sat. 



OCTOBER. 

Ursuline Convents. Vesp. of foil, (all of feast) 
no com. Compl. of Sund. 



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S. Hilarion, Abb. simpl. LI. 1 and 2 \V* 
Scrip, occ. 31. prop. Com. of SS. 
Ursula and Comp. Vv. Mm. in L. 
(Suffr.) and M. 3rd pr. A cunctis. 
In Prime Prec. dom. Vesp. of foil. 
(Suffr.). In Compl. Prec. 

Ursuline Convents. SS. Ursula and Comp. Vv. 
Mm. d. 1 cl. with Oct. (A.). No com. of 
S. Hilarion. Creed during Oct. In 2 
Vesp. (all of Feast) no com. Compl. of 
Sund. 



S. Donatus, B.C. simpl. (Suppl.) LI. 1 
and 2 Scrip, occ. 3 1. Ad sancti (4 1. 
in comm.). In L. Suffr. ; in Prime 
Prec. dom. In Mass 2nd pr. A cunctis. 
3rd ad lib. Vesp. of day as in 
Psalt ; from cap. of foil. Suffr. (Ant. 
Sancti omnes). In Compl. Prec. In 
Compl. and to-morrow's Hours (till 
None) Doxol. Jesu . . . qui natus. 

In Consecrated Churches, except Cathedrals. 

Vesp. of foil, (all from comm) no com. 
Compl. of Sund. 

Ursuline Convents. Of the Oct. s.d. In Mass 
com. of S. Donatus, B.C. 3rd pr. Concede. 
Creed. 



Of the B.V.M. in Sabbato, simpl. LI. 1 
and 2 Scrip, occ. with *?R?. of day. 
3 1. prop. In L. Suffr. (Ant. Sancti 
omnes) in Prime Prec. dom. In Mass 
(Gloria said) 2nd pr. of Holy Ghost, 
3rd for the Church or Pope. Pref. of 
B.V.M. Et te in veneratione. Vesp. of 
foil. Sund. Suffr. (Ant. Beata Dei 
Genitrix). Compl. of Sat. Prec. 



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DIRECTORY FOR THE LAITY. 

In Consecrated Churches, except Cathedrals. 

FEAST or THE DEDICATION OF THE 
CHURCH, d. 1 cl. with Oct. (A). All from 
comm. of Dedic. Creed during Oct. 
Comm. Pref . In 2 Vesp. (all from comm. 
com. of Sund. Compl. of Sund. 

Ursullne Convents. Of the Oct. s.d. In M. 
2nd pr. Concede. 3rd for the Church or 
Pope. Creed. 



^ TWENTY-SECOND SUNDAY AFTER PENTE- 
COST and 4th of October. Of the 
Sund. s.d. In L. Suffr. ; in Prime 
Athan. Creed and Prec. In Mass 
2nd pr. A cunctis, 3 ad lib. Creed. 
Pref. of Trinity. In 2 Vesp. of Sund. 
com. of foil, and Suffr. In Compl. 
Prec. G. 

In Consecrated Churches, except Cathedrals. 

Com of Oct. of Dedic. in L. and M. No 
3rd pr. unless imperata. Creed. Pref. 
of Trinity (Suffr. Athan. Creed and Prec. 
omitted). In 2 Vesp. of Sund. com. of 
Oct. of Dedic. (1 Vesp.) and SS. Chrysan- 
thus and Daria Mm. g. 

Cork, Cloyne, ROSS. In 2 Vesp. of Sund. com. 
of foil, and SS. Chrysanthus and Daria 
Mm. In consecr. Churches of these 
Dioceses com. of foil, of Oct. of Dedic. 
(2 Vesp.) and SS. Chrysanthus and Daria. 

Ursuline Convents. Com of Oct. in M. Creed. 

Pref. of Trinity. In 2 Vesp. of Sund. 
com. of Oct. (1 Vesp.) and Mm. 



SS. Chrysanthus and Daria Mm. simpl. 
LI. 1 and 2 Scrip, occ. 3 1. prop. In 
L. Suffr. and in Prime Prec. dcm. 
In M. 2nd pr. Fidelium, 3rd A cunctis. 
Vesp. of day (as in Psalt.) from cap. 
of foil, w.th Suffr. In Compl. Prec. 



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OCTOBER. 

Cork, Cloyne, ROSS. B. Thaddeus Machar, 
B.C. d. (Suppl.) 9 1. and com of SS 
Chrysanthus and Daria, Mm. in L. and M. 
In 2 Vesp. com. of foil. 

(In Consecr. Churches of these Dioceses. 9 1. 
as above. Com. of Oct. and Mm. in L. 
and M. Creed. In 2 Vesp. (Ant. Pss. 
of day) com. of Oct. of Ded. (1 Vesp.) and 
S. Evaristus. Compl. of day.) 



In Consecr. Churches, except Cathedrals. 3rd 

day of Oct of Dfcdic. s.d. Ant. Pss. of 
day. 9 1. of SS. Chrysanthus and Daria 
Mm. Com. of Mm. in L. and M. 3rd 
pr. Concede. Creed. Comm. Pref. In 
2 Vesp. com. of S. Evaristus P.M. 

Ursuline Convents. Of the Octave s. d. Com. 
of SS. Chrysanthus-and Daria Mm. 3rd 
pr. Concede. Creed. 



S. Evaristus, P.M. simpl. LI. 1 and 2 
Scrip, occ. 3 1. prop. In L. Suffr. ; in 
Prime Prec. dom. In Mass 2nd pr. 
A cunctis, 3 ad lib. Vesp. of foil, no 
com. 



WaterFord. Vesp. of foil, (all from comm.) no 
com. (In Consecr. Churches no com. of 
Oct. of Dedic. at Vesp. nor to-morrow). 
Compl. of Sund. 

In Consecrated Churches, except Cathedrals. 

4th day of Oct. of Dedic. s.d. Ant. and 
Pss. of day. LI. 2 and 3 Nn. prop, (as in 
new Brev.). 9 1. and com. of S. Evaristus 
P.M. in L. and M. 3rd pr. Concede. 
Cre?d. Vesp. of foil. com. of Oct. 

Ursuline Convents. Of the Octave s.d. In 
Mass t?om. of S. Evaristus P.M. 3rd pr. 
Concede. Creed. Vesp. of foil (Ant. 
Pss. of day) com. of Oct. Compl. of day. 
(In Waterford. Vesp. of foil, (all from 
comm.) no com. Compl. of Sund.) 



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28 Thur. 



29 Fri. 



DIRECTORY FOR THE LAITY. 

(Vigil of SS. Simon and Jude), S. Otteran, 
B.C. d. (Suppl.). 9 1. horn, of Vigil. 
Com. of Vigil in L. and M. Last 
Gosp. of Vigil. (Or. Mass of Vigil 
(viol Gl. omitted) com. of S. Otteran). 
Vesp. of foil, (all of feast) com. of 
prec. Compl. of Sund. 

In Consecrated Churches, except Cathedrals, 

9 1 horn, of Vigil. Com. of Oct. (bef. Vigil) 
in L. and (after Vigil) in M. Creed. Last 
Gosp. of Vigil. (Or. Mass of Vigil (viol 
GL and Cr. omitted) com. of S. Otteran 
and Oct.). Vesp. of foil, (all of feast) 
com. of prec. only. No com. of Oct. to- 
morrow. 

Waterford. S. OTTERAN, B.C. (Princ. Patron of 
Dioc.) d. 1 cl Oct. (Suppl.) (A). No com. 
of Vigil. Creed during Oct. In 2 Vesp. 
(comm.) com. of foil. Compl. of Sund. 
No com. of Oct. of Patr. to-morrow. (In 
Consecr. Churches of Watfd. to-day all as 
in dioc.). 

Ursuline Convents. Com. of Vigil and Oct. in 
Mass. Creed. (Or. Mass of Vigil (viol 
Gl. and Cr. omitted) com. of S. Otteran 
and Oct.) {Convents in Waterford. All as 
in diocese, but in Vesp. add com. of Oct. 
day]. 



SS. SIMON AND JUDE, App. d. 2 cl. (A). 
Creed. Pref. of Apost. In 2 Vesp. 
(all of feast) com. of foil. Compl. of 
Sund. 

Kilmacduagh. Vesp. of foil, (all from comm.) 
com. of preced. 

Ursuline Convents. Add com. of Oct. day in 
L. M. and V. 



S. Colman, B.C. d. (Suppl.) LI. 1 N. 
Igitur Eleazarus (5th Sund. of Octob.) 
1919. of fer 6. In 2 Vesp. no com. 



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OCTOBER. 

Waterford. Add com.of Oct. of Patr. (pr, 
Exaudi) in L. and M. Creed. In 2 
Vesp. com. of Oct. of Patr. (1 Vesp.). 
(In Consecr. Churches of this diocese. 
Com. of Oct. of Dedic. and Oct. of Patr. 
in L. and M. Creed. Vesp. of foil. Got 
day of Dedic. com. of preced. and Oct. 
of Patr.) 

Kilmacduagh. S. COLMAN, B.C. (Principal 
Patron of Diocese) d. 1 cl with Oct. (A). 
LI. 1 N. Fidelia sermo. LI. 2 N. prop. 
(Suppl.). Creed. In 2 Vesp. (all from 
comm.) no com. (In Consecrated Churches, 
all as in Diocese, but in 2 Vesp. com. of 
foil. Oct. day of Dedic.) 

In Consecrated Churches, except Cathedrals. 

Com. of Oct. of Dedic. in L. and M. 
Creed. Vesp. of foil. Oct. day of Dedic. 
(Ant. Pss. of day) com. of preced. 



Vigil of All Saints, simpl. LI. and Prayer 
prop Remainder from fer. In L. Pss. 
2nd pi. and Prec. ferial, no Suffr. In 
Hours Preces ferial. In Mass (Gloria 
omitted) 2nd pr. of the Holy Ghost, 
3rd for Church or Pope. Vesp. of 
foil. Sund. Suffr. Compl. of Sat. 
Prec. 

Consecrated Churches, except Cathedrals. Oc- 
tave of Dedication of Church d.m. Ant. 
and Pss. of day. LI. 1 N. Morluo itaque 
(fer. 2 p. Dom. 5 Octob.) with P?iq. of 
Saturday. LI. 2 and 3 Nn. prop, (as in 
new Brev.) 9 1. horn, of Vigil and com. 
of Vigil in L. and M. Creed. Last Gosp. 
of Vigil. (Or. Mass of Vigil (viol.) 
Gloria and Creed omitted; com. of Oct. 
of Dedic.) Vesp. of foil. Sund. com. of 
Oct. day. 

Consecrated Churches in Waterford and Kil- 
macduagh. Octave of Dedic. d.m. All 
as above, but com. of Oct. of Patr. (resp.) 
added in L. M. and V. 



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WaterfOfd. Of the Oct. of S. Otteran, B.C. 
g.d. Ant. and Pss. of day. LI. 1 N. 
Mortuo ilaque (fer. 2 p. Dona. 5) 3719. of 
Sat. 9 1. horn of Vigil. Com. of Vigil in 
L. 

MASS of Vigil (viol), Gloria omitted ; 2nd pr. 

of Oct., 3rd of the Holy Ghost. Creed 

omitted. 
Vesp. of foil. Sund. (Psalt. Sat.) com. of Oct. 

(2 Vesp.), Compl. of Sat. 

Kilmacduagh. Of the Oct. of S. Colman, 
B.C. s.d. Ant. and Pss. of day. LI. 1 N. 
Igitur. Eleaz. (fth Sund) 37 !?. of Sat. 
9 1. horn, of Vigil. Com. of Vigil 
in L. 

MASS of Vigil (viol.), Gloria omitted ; 2nd pr. 

of Oct. 3rd of the Holy Ghost. Creed 

omitted . 
Vesp. of foil. Sund. (Psalt. Sat.) com. of Oct. 

(2 Vesp.). Compl. of Sat. 

Monday next, the Feast of All Saints , will 
be a Holiday of obligation. 



TWENTY-THIRD SUNDAY AFTER PENTE- 
COST and 1st of Nov. Of the Sund. 
s.d. In L. Suffr. ; in Prime Athan. 
Creed and Prec. dom. In Mass 2nd 
pr. A cunctis, 3rd ad lib. Creed. 
Pref. of Trinity. Vesp. of foil, (prop.) 
com. of Sund. W. 

Waterford, Kilmacduagh. Com. of the Oct. 
of Patr. (resp.) in L. (no Suffr.) and M. 
(no 3rd pr. unless imper.). Creed. In 
Prime Athan. Creed and Prec. omitted. 
Vesp. of foil, prop.) com of Sund. only. 
No com. of Oct. of Patr. to-morrow. 



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1 Mon. 



2 Tues. 



NOVEMBER. 

FEAST OF ALL SAINTS, d. 1 cl., with Oct. 
(A). Off. prop. Creed. In 2 Vesp. 
)rop.) no com. Compl. of Sund. 



After Benedicamits Domino of Vesp. of feast, 
Vespers of the Dead (double rite) are 
recited as in prop. Compl. of the Dead 
as in prop. 

Commemoration of All the Faithful De- 
parted d. New proper Office. First 
Mass proper of day, pr. Fidelium. 
Second Mass as In Anniversario 
Dejunctorum. Third Mass as In 
Missis Quotidianis. In second and 
third Masses new proper prayers. 
In all Masses Sequence Dies ircz. 
Vesp. of foil. com. ol Oct. (1 Vesp.) 
Compl. of day. 

All Altars are privileged to-day. 

To-day all who have confessed and com- 
municated, may gain a Plenary In- 
dulgence (applicable only to souls in 
Purgatory], as often as they visit 
a Church or public or semi-public 
Oratory, and pray there for the in- 
tentions of the Pope (Cong. S. Off. 
25 June, 1914). 

Kilmacduagh. In Vesp. of foil. com. of Oct. 
of All SS. (1 Vesp.) and Oct. of Patr. 

Waterford. Vesp. of foil Oct. day (Ant. Pss. 
of fer.) com. of S. Malachy and Oct. of 
All SS. (1 Vesp.) 

Armagh, Down and Connor. Vesp. of foil. 
(from comm. Pr. prop.) no com. Compl. 
of Sund. 



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S. Malachy, B.C. d. (Suppl.) Com. of Oct. 
of All. SS. in L. and M. Creed. 
Vesp. from cap. of foil. com. of prec., 
Oct. and SS. Vitalis and Agricola 
Mm. 



Kilmacduagh. Com. of Oct. of All SS. and 
Oct. of Patron in L. and M. Creed. 
Vesp. from cap. of foil. com. of prec., 
Oct. of All SS., Oct. of Patr. and SS. 
Vitalis and Agricola Mm. 



Waterford. Octave of S. Otteran, B.C., d.m. 
Ant. Pss. of day. LI. 1 N. Scrip, occ. 
Com. of S. Malachy B.C., and Oct. of 
All SS. in L. and M. Creed. (Or. Maws 
of S. Malachy, com. of Oct. of Patr. and 
Oct. of All SS. Creed.) In 2 Vesp. com. 
of foil. Oct. of All SS. (2 Vesp.) and SS. 
Vitalis and Agricola Mm. 



Armagh, Down and Connor. S. MALACHY, 
B.C. (Principal Patron of Dioceses) d. 
1 cl. with Oct. (A). All from comm. and 
prop. (Suppl.). LI. 1 N. Fidelia sermo. 
No com. of Oct. of All S'S. In Mass Creed 
during Oct. In 2 Vesp. (from comm. and 
prop.) com. of foil. only. Compl. of 
Sund. 



S. Charles Borromeo B.C., d. 9 1. of SS. 
Vitalis and Agricola Mm. Com. of 
Oct and Mm. in L. and M. Creed 
In 2 Vesp. com. of foil, day witliia 
Oct. 



Kilmacduagh. Add com. of Oct. of S. Colman 
(after Oct. of All SS.) in L. and M. 
Creed. Vesp. of foU. Oct. day of S. Col- 
man (Ant. Pss. of day) com. of precd. and 
Oct. of All SS. 



Armagh, Down and Connor. Add com. of 
Oct. of S. Malachy (after Oct. of All SS.) 
in L. M and Vesp. 



1920] NOVEMBER. 

5 Fri. 5th day of Octave of All Saints s.d. Ant. 

Pss. of day. In Mass 2nd pr. of the 
Holy Ghost, 3rd for Church or Pope. 
Creed. Vesp. of foil, (all prop.) no 
com. Compl. o'f Sund. No com. of 
Oct. of All SS. to-morrow. 



Kilmacduagh. Octave of S. Colman B.C. d.m. 
Ant. Pss. of day. Com. of Oct. of All SS. 
in L. and M. Creed. Vesp. of foil, (prop.) 
com. of prcced. only. Compl. of Sund. 



Armagh, Down and Connor. Com. of Oct. of 
S. Malachy in L. and M. 3rd r>r. of the 
Holy Ghost. Creed. Vesp of foil, (prop.) 
no com. Compl. of Sund. No com. of 
Oct. to-morrow. 



6 Sat. FEAST OF ALL THE SAINTS OF IRELAND. 
(Decree of Feb. 23, 1916) d. 2 cl. 
(Suppl.) (A). Off prop. No. com. of 
Oct. Mass prop. Creed. In 2 Vesp. 

grop.) com. of foil. Sund. only. 
>mpl. of Sund. 

The Scripture Lessons of the Second Week 
oj November are omitted this year. 



7 SUN. ^ TWENTY-FOURTH SUNDAY AFTER PEN- 
TECOST and 3rd of Nov. Of the 5th 
Sund. after Epiphany s.d. LL of 1 
and 2 Nn. of 3rd Sund. of Nov. LI. 
of 3 N. and Mass of 5th Sund. after 
Epiph. Com. of Oct. of All SS. in L. 
and M. Creed. Pref. of Trinity. 
2 Vesp. of Sund. com. of Oct. day 
and the Four Martyrs. G. 



Armagh, Down, Connor. Add com. of Oct. 
of Patr. (after Oct. of All SS.) in L. M. 
and V. 



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8 Mon. Octave of All Saints, d.m. Ant. and Pss. 
of day. LI. 1 N. Scrip, occ. 9 1. and 
com. of the Four Martyrs in L. and 
M. Creed. Vesp. of foil, (all from 
comm. of Dedic.) com. of Oct, Compl. 
of Sund. 

Armagh, Down and Connor. Add com of 

Patr. (before Mm.) in L. and M. only. 

9 Tues. DEDICATION OF THE BASILICA OF THE 
SAVIOUR, d. 2 cl. (A). Com. of S. 
Theodore M. in L. and private Mass. 
Creed. In 2 Vesp. (comm.) com. of 
foil. only. Compl. of Sund. 

Armagh, Down and Connor. In 2 Vesp. 
(comm.) com. of foil. Oct. day, and S. 
Andrew Avellini C. only. 

10 Wed. S. Andrew Avellini, C. d. 9 1. of SS. 
Tryphon and Comp. Mm. Com. of 
Mm. in L. and M. Vesp. from cap. 
of foil. com. of p reded, and S. 
Mennas M. 

Armagh, Down and Connor. Octave of S. 
Malachy B.C. d.m. (Suppl.). Ant. Pss. of 
day. 9 1. of S. Andrew Avell. C. Com. of 
SS. Andrew and SS. Tryphon and Comp. 
Mm. in L. and M. Creed. (Or. Mass of 
S. Andrew Avell. (w) com. of Oct. and 
Mm. Creed). In 2 Vesp com. of foil.. S. 
Andrew and S. Mennas M. 

11 Thur. S. Martin, B.C., d. In Mat. and Lauds 
all as in Prop. In Hours Ant. and 
Pss. of day. 9 1. and com. of S. 
Mennas, M. in L. and M. Vesp. (Ant. 
prop. Pss. from comm.) from cap. 
of foil. (Suppl.) com. of preced. 
and S. Martin P.M. Compl. of day. 

12 Fri. S. Livinus, B.M., d. (Suppl.) 9 1. of S, R 
Martin, P.M. Com. of S Martin in 
L. and M. (Or. Mass of S. Martin, 



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13 Sat. 



14 SUN 



15 Mon. 



P.M, (red) com. of S. Livinus). In 
2 Vesp. com. of foil, and S. Martin. 
P.M. 

S. Didacus, C., s.d. In L. Suffr. ; in 
Prime Free. In Mass 2nd pr. A 
cunctis' 3rd ad lib. Vesp. of foil. 
Sund, com. of prec. S. Laurence, 
B.C. (pr. prop.) and S. Josaphat, 
B.M. 

Dublin. Vesp. of foil, (from comm. Pr. prop.) 
com, of Sund. only. Compl. of Sund. 

^TWENTY-FIFTH SUNDAY AFTER PENTE- 
COST and 4th of Nov. Of the 6th 
Sund. after Epiphany s.^. LI. 1 and 
2 Nn. from 4th Sund. of Nov. LI. 
of 3rd N. and Mass from 6th Sund. 
after Epiph. Com. of S. Laurence, 
B.C. (Suppl.) and S. Josaphat B.M. 
in L. and M. Creed. Pref. of Trin. 
In 2 Vesp. of Sund. com. of foil. 
S. Laurence (2 Vesp.) and S. Josaphat 
(2 Vesp.) G. 

Down and Connor. In Mass 4th pr. Deus 
omnium fidelium for MOST KEV. JOSEPH 
on anniv. of his Consecration 

Dublin. S. LAURENCE, B.C (Principal Patron 
of Diocese) d. 1 cl. with Oct. (A) (Suppl.). 
All from comm. and prop. LI. 1 N. 
Fidelis sermo. 9 1. horn, of Sund. (6th 
after Epiph.) Com. of Sund. and S. 
Josaphat B.M. in L. and M. (Com. of S. 
Josaphat in private Masses only). Creed. 
Pref. of Trinity. Last Gosp. of Sund. 
In 2 Vesp. (all of feast) com. of foil, and 
Sund. w. 



S. Gertrude, V. d. In 2 Vesp. no com. 

Dublin. LI. 1 N. Incip. Osee with 1919. from 
prec. Sund. Com. of Oct. of Patr. in L. 
and M. Creed. In 2 Vesp. com. of Oct. 
of Patr, (1 Vesp.) 



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18 Thur. 



19-Fri. 



DIRECTORY FOR THE LAITY. 

Of the day, simpl., as in Psalt. and prop., 
in L. Suffr. in Prime prec. dom. In 
Mass as on prec. Sunday (Gloria and 
Creed omitted). 2nd pr. Fidelium, 3 
A cunctis. Comm. Pref. Bened. Dno. 
Vesp. of foil. Suffr.^ In Compl. Prec. 

Dublin. 3rd day of the Oct. of S. Laurence, 
B.C. s.d. (Suppl.). Ant. Pss. of day. LI. 
1 N. Scrip occ. In M. 2nd pr. Cvncede, 
3rd for the Church or Pope. Creed. Vesp. 
of foil. com. of Oct, 

S. Gregory Thaumaturgus, B.D. s.d. LI- 
; 1 N. Incip. Amos (fer. 5) 1917. of fer- 

4. In L. Suffr. In Prime Prec, In 
Mass 2nd pr. A cunctis, 3rd ad libit. 
Creed. Vesp. of foil, (comm.) com. 
of prec. Compl. of Sund. 

Dublin. Com. of Oct. of S. Laurence in L. 
and M. 3rd pr. Concede oi B.V.M. Creed. 
(Seer, and Post comm. of S. Laur. from 
Mass Sacerdotes 2nd pi.}. Vesp. of foil, 
(comm.) com. of preced. and Oct. 

Dedication of the Basilicas of SS. Peter 
and Paul, d.m. (A). All from comm. 
and prop. Creed. In 2 Vesp. (all 
from comm.) com. of foil, and S. 
Pontianus, P.M. Compl. of Sund. 

Dublin. Com. of Oct. of S. Laurence in L. 
and M. Creed. In 2 Vesp. (from comm). 
com. of foil., Oct. of S. Laurence, and S. 
Pontianus M. Compl. of Sund. 

S. Elisabeth Wid. d. 9 1. and com. of 

5. Pontianus P.M. in L. and M. 
Vesp. from cap. of foil. com. of preced. 

Dublin. 9 1. of S. Pontianus. Com. of Oct. 
and S. Pontianus in L. and M. Creed. 
Vesp, from cap. of foil. com. of prec. and 
Oct. 



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21 SUN. 



22 Mon, 



NOVEMBER. 

S. Felix of Valois, C. d. m.t.v. Vesp. o' 
foil. Sund. com. of preced. and 
Present, of B.V.M. In Compl. and 
to-morrow's Hours Doxol. Jesu . . . 
qui natus. 

Dublin. Com. of Oct. of S. Laurence in L. 
and M. Creed. Vesp. of foil. Sund. com. 
of preced. of Oct. day of S Laurence (1 
Vesp.) and of Present of B.V.M. Compl. 
of day. In Compl. and to-morrow'e 
Hours Doxol. Jesu . . . qui natus. 



TWENTY-SIXTH AND LAST SUNDAY 
AFTER PENTECOST, and 5th of Nov. 
Of the Sund. s.d. As in Psalt. and 
prop. LI. 1 and 2 Nn. of 5th Sund. 
of Nov. LI. 3 N. and Mass of 24th 
Sund. Com. of Presentation of 
B.V.M. in L. and M. Creed. Pref. 
of Trinity. In Prime ?. 19. br. Qui 
natus. In 2 Vesp. of Sund. com. of 
foil. (Ant. prop.) and Present, of 
B.V.M. Compl. of Sund. Doxol 
Jesu . . . qui natus. G. 

Dublin. Add com. of Oct. day of S. Laurence 
(before com. of Presentation of B.V.M.) 
in L. M. and V. Remainder as above. 

Convents of the Presentation Order. THE 

PRESENTATION OF THE B.V.M. d. I cl. 
with Oct. In Mass com. of Sund. (24th). 
Creed. Preface of the B.V.M. Et te in 
Prcesentatione. Last Gosp. of Sund. 
(Convents in Dublin. Com. of Oct. of S. 
Laurence added in private Masses only). 



S. Cecilia, V.M. d. In Matins all from 
comm. and prop. LI. 1 N. De 
virginibtis, 17. i?. prop. In Lauds Ant. 
prop. Pss. of Sund. In Hours Ant. 
and Pss. of day. Vesp. of foil. com. 
of prec. (Ant. prop.) and S. Felicitas 
M. Compl, of day. 



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Convents of the Presentation Order. In Mass 

com. of Oct. Creed. Pref. of B.V.MJ 



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d.m. (Suppl.) 

1 Incip. Nahum 

3 Incip. Habacuc 

9 1. of S. Clement 

Clement and S. 



S. Columbanus, Abb. 
m.t.v. In 1 N. 1. 
(fer. 2) ; LI. 2 and 
with 1919. of fer. 3. 
P.M. Com. of S. 
Felicitas, M. in L. and M. (Or. Mass 
of S. Clement (red) com. of S. Colum- 
banus and S. Felicitas.) In 2 Vesp. 
com. of foil., S. John of the Cross, C., 
S. Clement, and S. Chrysogonus, M. 

Convents of the Presentation Order. Add 

com. of Oct. (after S. Clement) in M. 
Creed. Pref. of B.V.M. 

Cloyne. Vesp. of foil, (comm.) no com. 
Compl. of Sund. 

S. Colman, B.C. d. (Suppl.). 9 1. of S. 
John of the Cross, C. Com. of S. 
John and S. Chrysogonus in L. and 
M. (Or. Mass of S. John of the Cross 
(w) com. of S. Colman and S. Chry- 
sogonus). Vesp. from cap. of foil, 
com. of preced. and S. John of the 
Cross. 

Cloyne. S. COLMAN, B.C. (Principal Patron of 
Diocese and Titular of Cathedral) d. 1 cl. 
Oct. (A) (Suppl.). Com. of S. John of the 
Cross C. in L. and private Mass. No com. 
of S. Chrysogonus, Creed during Oct. In 
2 Vesp. (comm.) com. of foil. only. Compl. 
of Sund. 

Convents of the Presentation Order. Add 

com of Oct. of Present (after S. John of 
Cross) in Mass. Creed. Pref. of B.V.M. 
(Convents, in Cloyne. All as in Diocese 
of Cloyne, no com. of Oct. of Present). 

S. Catharine V.M. d. Vesp. from cap. of 
foil. com. of preced. and S. Peter of 
Alexandria, B,M, 



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Cloyne. In 1 Noct. lect. 1 Inc. Sophonias, fer. 
4 ; LI. 2 and 3 Incip. Aggceus occ. 1917. of 
fer. 5. Com. of Oct. in L. and M. Creed. 
Vesp from cap. of foil. com. of preced., 
Oct. and S. Peter of Alexandria. 

Convents of the Presentation Order. In Mass 

com. of Oct. Creed. Pref. of B.V.M. 
(Convents in Cloyne. Com. of Oct. of 
Present, and Oct. of S. Colman. Creed. 
Pref. of B.V.M.) 

S. Silvester Abb. d. 91. and com. of S. 
Petr. Alex, in L. and M. In 2 Vesp. 
com. of foil. 

Cloyne. 9 1. of S. Peter Alex. Com. of Oct. 
and S. Peter in L. and M. Creed, In 2 
Vesp. com. of foil, and Oct. (pr. Exaudi). 

Ossory. Vesp. from cap. of foil. com. of 
prec. 

Convents of the Presentation Order. In Mass 

com. of Oct. and S. Peter Alex. Creed. 
Pref. of B.V.M. (Convents in Cloyne. 
Com. of Oct. of Present. Oct. of S. 
Colman, and S. Peter Alex. Creed. Pref. 
of B.V.M.) 

S. Virgil., B.C. s.d. (Suppl.). In L. Suffr. 
and in Prime Prec. In Mass 2nd pr. 
A cunctis, 3rd ad lib. Vesp. of foil. 
Sund. (Ant. of Lauds ; Pss. of day) 
com. of prec. (no Suffr.). In Compl. 
Prec. 

Cloyne. Suffr. and Prec. omitted. Com. of 
Oct. of S. Colman (pr. Exaudi 2nd pi.) in 
L. and M. 3rd pr. Concede. Creed. Vesp. 
of foil. Sund., as above, com. of prec., 
and Oct. of Patr. 

Ossory. S. Virgil., B.C. d. (Suppl.). Vesp. of 
foil Sund. as above, com. of prec. 

Convents of the Presentation Order. Com. of 
Oct. of Present. 3rd pr. of the Holy 
Ghost. Creed. Pref. of B.V.M. (Convents 
in Ossory. Pr. of Holy Ghost omitted. 
Convents in Cloyne. Com. of Oct. of 
Present, and Oct. of Patron, pr. Exaudi). 



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The Winter Quarter of the Breviary begins. 

1. The Suffrage of the Saints is not said from 

the beginning of Advent till after the 
Octave day of Epiph., but the Preces 
dominicales in Prime and Complin are 
said as usual on semi -doubles which do 
not fall within an Octave. In Ferial 
Offices the Preces feriales are said at all 
the Hours. 

2. In Dominical Offices during Advent the 

Athanasian Creed is omitted in Prime, 
and the Oratio Itnperata in Mass. 

3. The solemn blessing of Marriage is for- 

bidden from the beginning of Advent till 
Christmas Day inclusive. 

Dublin. The Novena before the Feast of the 
Immaculate Conception will begin on 
Monday next. 

FIRST SUNDAY OF ADVENT. Of the 
Sund. s.d. In L. and Hours Ant. 
prop. In M. (Gloria omitted). 2nd 
pr. Dens qui de Beata. 3rd for Church 
or Pope. Creed. Pref.' of Trinity. 
Bened. Dno. In Prime Athan. Cr. 
omitted. Prec. said. 2 Vesp. of Sund., 
com. of S. Saturninus M. In Compl. 
Prec.V. 

Cloyne. Prec. omitted. Com. of Oct. of S. 
Colman, B.C. in L. and M. Creed. 
2 Vesp. of Sund. com. of Oct. (1 Vesp.) 
and S. Saturninus. v. 



(Vigil of S. Andrew). Of the day, simpl. 
In L. (Pss. 2 pi.) Prec. ferial. Com. 
of S. Saturninus, M. In Hours Ant. 
of Lauds of 1st Sund. Prec. ferial. 
In Prime 4 Pss. 

"MASS of Vigil (prop.) Gloria omitted; com. 
of day. 3rd pr. of S. Saturninus. Comm. 
Pref. Bened. Dno. Vesp. of foil. (prop, 
and comm.) com. of day. Compl. of 
Sund. 



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NOVEMBER. 

Oloyne. OFFICE of 6th day of Oct. of S. Col- 
man, B C. s.d. (Suppl.). Com. of day and 
S. Saturninua in Lauds. MASS of Vigil 
(Gloria omitted). Com. of Oct., day and 
S. Saturninus ; Creed omitted ; Comm. 
Pref. Bened. Dno. Vesp, of foil. (prop, 
and comm.) com. of day only. Compl. of 
Sund. 



S. ANDREW Ap. d. 2 cl. (A). Com. of 
day in L. and M. Creed. Pref. of 
Apost. In 2 Vesp. (prop.) com. of 
day. Compl. of Sund. 

Cloyne. No com. of Oct. in L. and M. In 

2 Vesp. (prop.) com. of foil. Oct. day of 
Patr. and of day. Compl. of Sund. 



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2 Thur. 



3 Fri. 



4 Sat. 



6 SUN, 



DECEMBER. 

Of the day, simpL In L. Pss. 2 pi. 
Prec. ferial., In Hours. Ant. from 
Lauds of 1st Sund. Prec. ferial. In 
Prime 4 Pss. Mass of 1st Sund. 
(Gloria and Creed omitted) 2nd pr. 
Deus qui de Beatce, 3rd for Church or 
Pope. After Gradual Alleluia and f. 
omitted. Comm. Pref. Bened. Dno. 
Vesp. of foil. com. of day. In Compl. 
Prec. 

Cloy n 9. Octave of S. Colman, B.C. d.m. 
(Suppl.). Ant. and Pss. of day (1st pi.) 
Com. of. day in L. and M. Creed. In 2 
Vesp. com. of foil, and day. 

S. Bibiana, V.M. s.d. Com. of day in L. 
and M. 3rd pr. Deus qui de Beatce. 
In Prime Prec. Vesp. of foil. com. of 
preced. and day. 

S. Francis Xavier C. d.m. Com. of day 
in L. and M. In 2 Vesp. com. of foil., 
day and S. Barbara V.M. 

S. Peter Chrysologus, B.D., d. m.t.v. 
Com. of day and S. Barbara, V.M., 
in L. and M. Greed. Vesp. of foil. 
Sund. (Ant. of Laud. Pss. of Sat.) 
com. of prec., and S. Sabbas, Abb. 



SECOND SUNDAY OF ADVENT. Of the 
Sund., s.d. In L. and Hours Ant. 
prop. Com. of S. Sabbas Abb. in L. 
and M. (Gloria omitted). 3rd. pr. 
Deus qui de Beatce. Creed. Pref. of 



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7 Tues. 



8 Wed. 



DECEMBER. 

Trinity. In Prime Preces. In 2 
Vesp. of Sund. (Ant. of Lauds) com. 
of foil. Viol. 

Galway. Vesp. of foil, (from comm. Pr. prop.) 
com. of Sund. w. 

S. Nicholas, B.C. d. Com. of day in L. 
and M. Vesp. from cap. of foil. com. 
of prec. and day. 

Galway. S. NICHOLAS, B.C. (Titular of 
Cathedral, Principal Patron of Galway 
City, Secondary Patron of Diocese) d. 1 cl. 
with Oct. (A). All from comm. and 
prop. LI. 1 N. Fidelis sertno. Com. of 
day in L. and M. Creed during Oct. In 
2 Vesp. (all of feast) com. of foil, and 
day. Compl. of Sund. 

Kilmacduagh, Kilfenora. S Nicholas, B.C. 
d m. C >m. of day in L. and M. In 2 
Vesp. com. of foil, and day. 

(Vigil of the Immaculate Conception). S. 
Ambrose, B.D., d., m.t.v. Com. of 
day in L. and M. 3rd pr. of Vigil. 
Creed. Last Gosp. of Vigil. (Or. 
Mass of Vigil, (viol.), Gloria omitted, 
com. of S. Ambrose and day. Bened. 
Dno.). Vesp. of foil, (prop.) com. of 
day only. Compl. of Sund. In 
Compl. and during Oct. Doxol. 
Jesu . . . qui natus. 

Galway. Add com. of Oct. of S. Nicholas 
(before com. of day) in L. and M. In 
Vesp. and to-morrow no com. of Oct. 

FEAST OF THE IMMACULATE CONCEPTION 
OF THE B.V.M., d. 1 cl. with Oct. 
(A). Off. prop. Com. of day. in L. 
and M. Creed and Pref. of B.V.M. 
Et te in Conceptione Immac. through- 
out Oct. In Prime ?. Qui natus es. 
In 2 Vesp. (all of feast) com. of 
day only. Compl. of Sund. 



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9 Thur. 2nd day of Octave of Immac. Concept, s.d. 
Ant. Pss. of day. Com. of day in L. 
and M. 3rd pr. of Holy Ghost. 
Creed. Pref. of Oct. In 2 Vesp 
com. of day and S. Melchiades, P.M. 

Galway. Com. of Oct. of Patr. and day in 
L. and M. Creed. In 2 Vesp. com. of 
Oct. of Patr. and day, and S. Melchiades. 

10 Fri. 3rd day of Octave of Immac. Concept, 
s.^. Ant. Pss. of day. Com. of day 
and S. Melchiades P.M. in L. and 
M. Creed. Pref. of Oct. Vesp of 
foil. com. of Oct. (2 Vesp.) and day. 

Galway. Add com. of Oct. of S. Nicholas 
(before com. of day) in L. M. and V 
Remainder as above. 



i 1 Sat. S. Damasus P.C. s.d. Com. of Oct. and 
day in L. and M. Creed. Pref. of 
Oct. Vesp ; of foil. Sund. (Ant. of 
Lauds. Pss. of Sat.) coni. of preced. 
(Ant. Dum esset) S. Finian B.C. and 
Oct. In Compl. and to-morrow's 
Hours Doxol. as in Psalt. 

Galway. Add com. of Oct. of Patr. (after 
Oct. of Imm. Cone.) in L. M. and Vesp. 

Wednesday and Friday next will be days 
of Fast and Abstinence. Saturday will 
be a Fast Day without abstinence (In- 
dult. Cong. Cone. 3lst July, 1912). 

12 SUN. ^ THIRD SUNDAY OF ADVENT (Gaudete). 
Of the Sund. s.d. In Hymns comm. 
Doxol. as in Psalt. In L. and Hours 
Ant. prop. In Prime Preces omitted. 
p. i?. br. Qui venturus es. Com. of S. 
Finian, B.C. and Oct. in L. and M. 
(Glona omitted). Creed. Pref. of 



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I920J DECEMBER. Ill 

Trinity. In 2 Vesp. of Sund. com. 
of foil. (Ant. prop.), S. Finian, 
and Oct. Compl. of Sund. (no 
Prec.)V. 

Galway. Com. of Oct. of S. Nicholas added 
in L. and M. Remainder as above. 2nd 
Vesp. of Sund. com. of foil. Oct. day of 
S. Nicholas, S. Finian, S. Lucy, and Oct. 
of Imm. Cone. v. 



1.3 Mon. 



H-Tues. 



S. Lucy, V.M. d. In Matins Ant. and R 
Pss. of day. LI. 1 N. Scrip, occ. 
with R/R;. of day. In 2 N. 191?. prop, 
(formerly assigned to LI. of 1 N.). 
In L. Ant. prop. Pss. of Sund. In 
Hours Ant. Pss. of day. Com. of 
Oct. in L. and M. Creed. Pref. of 
Oct. In 2 Vesp. (prop.) com. of Oct. 
(1 Vesp.) and day. Compl. of day. 

Galway. Otave of S. Nicholas, B.C. d.m. 
Ant. Pss. of day. LI. 1 N, Scrip, occ. 
9 1. of S. Lucy, Com. of S. Lucy, Oct. of 
Imm. Cone, and day in L. and M. 
Creed. Pref. of Imm. Cone. (Or. Mass 
of S. Lucy (red) com. of Oct. of S. Nicholas, 
Oct. of Imm. Cone, and day. Creed. 
Pref. of Imm Cone.). In 2 Vesp. com. of 
Oct. of Immac Cone. (L Vesp.) S Lucy 
(Ant. prop.) and day. 

7th day of Octave, s.d. Ant. and Pss. of 
day. Com. of day in L. and M. 3rd 
pr. of the Holy Ghost. Creed. Pref. 
of Oct. Vesp. of foil. Oct. day (Ant. 
Pss. of day) com. of day. 

Ossory. In Mass 4th pr. Deus omnium 
fidelium for MOST REV. ABRAHAM, on 
anniversary of his consecration. 



15 Wed. (Ember Day Fast and Abstinence). W 

Octave of the Immaculate Concep- 
tion, d.m. Ant. Pss. of day. LI. 1 
N. and R/R;. as on feast. LI. 2 and 3 



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18 Sat. 



DIRECTORY FOR THE LAITY. 

Nn. prop. -Com. (no lesson) of day 
in L. and M. Creed. Pref. of B.V.M. 
Last Gosp. In principio. (Or. Mass 
of day (viol.) Gloria and Creed 
omitted ; com. of Oct. ; Comm. Pref.) 
In 2 Vesp. com. of foil, and day. 

S Eusebius, B.M. s.d. 8 i?. Domine 
prcevenisti. Com. of day in L. and M. 
3rd pr. Deus qui de Beatce. In Prime 
Prec. dom. In 2 Vesp. com. of day. 
In Compl. Prec, 

(Ember Day Fast and Abstinence). Of 

the day, simpl. As in Pslt. and 
prop. In L. (Pss. 2 pi.) and Hours 
Ant. Constantes estote. and Prec. 
ferial. Mass prop. Gloria omitted, 
2nd pr. Dens qui de Beatce. 3 Eccles, 
or for Pope. Bened. Dno. Vesp. of 
foil. com. of day (Ant. Sapientia}. 

Killaloe. Vesp. of foil, (all from comm.) com. 
of day (0 Sapientia). 



(Ember Day Fast without Abstinence.) 
S. Flannan, B.C. d. (Suppl.). LI. 1 
N. Fidelis sermo. LI.. 2 N. prop. 
9 1. horn, and com. of day in L. and 
M. Last Gosp. of day. (Or. Mass 
of day (viol.) Gloria omitted ; com. of 
S. Flannan). Vesp. of foil. Sund. 
(Ant. of Laud. Pss. of Sat.) Ant. of 
Magnif., Adonai, com. of prec. 

Killaloe. S, FLANNAN, B.C. (Principal Patron 
of Diocese) d. 1 cl. (A) All from comm. 
and prop. (Suppl.) LI. 1 N, Fidelis 
sermo. LI. 2 N. prop. 9 1. horn, and 
com. of day in L. and M. Creed Last 
Gosp. of day. In 2 Vesp. (all from 
comm.) com. of Sund. (Ant. Adonai). 
Compl. of Sund. 



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19 SUN. 



20 Mon. 



21 Tues. 



22 Wed. 



DECEMBER. 

Saturday next, the Feast of Christmas, 
will be a Holiday of obligation, and 
Friday, the Vigil, will be a day of 
Fast and Abstinence. 



FOURTH SUNDAY OF ADVENT. Of the 
Sund. s.d. In L and Hours Ant. 
prop. In Prime Prec. dom. In Mass 
(Gloria omitted) 2nd pr. Deus qui de 
Beatce, 3rd for the Church or Pope. 
Creed. Pref. of Trinity. 2 Vesp. of 
Sund. (Ant. of Magnif. Radix). In 
Compl. Prec. V. 

(Vigil of S. Thomas). Of the day, simpl. 
As in Psalt. and prop. In Lauds 
(Pss. 2 pi.) and Hours Ant. Ecce 
veniet, etc. (Mond. after 3rd Sund.) 
and Prec. ferial. In Prime 4 Pss. 
MASS of Vigil (prop.) Gloria omitted. 
2nd pr. of day. 3rd Deus qui de 
Beatce. Com. Pref. Vesp. of foil, (from 
comm. and prop.) com. of day (Ant. 
Clavis). Compl. of Sund. 

S. THOMAS, Ap. d. 2 cl. (A). Off. from 
comm. and prop. Com. of day in L. 
(Ant. Nolite timer e) and M. Creed. 
Pref. of Apost. In 2 Vesp. (all of 
feast) com, of day (Ant. Oriens). 
Compl. of Sund. 

Of the day, simpl. In Mat. 3 last Pss. 
2nd pi. In Lauds (Pss. 2nd pi.) 
and Hours. Ant. Prophetce, &c. 
(fer. 4 p. Dom. 3) and Prec. ferial. 
In Prime 4 Pss. In Mass of 4th 
Sund. (Gloria and Creed omitted) 
2nd pr. Deus qui de Beatce, 3rd for 
Church or Pope. After Grad. Alhluia 



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24 Fri. 



25 Sat. 



DIRECTORY FOR THE LAITY. 

and f. omitted. Comm. Pref. Dened. 
Dno. Vesp. of day (Ant. of Magnif. 
Rex doubled). Prec. /erial. In 
Compl. Prec. 



Of the day simpl. In L. (Pss. 2 pi.) and 
Hours. Ant. De Sion, &c., (fer. 5 p. 
Dom. 3), and Prec. ferial. In Prime 
4 Pss. In Mass of 4th Sund. (Gloria 
and Creed omitted) 2nd pr. Deus qui 
de Beata, 3rd for Church or Pope. 
After Grad. Allel. and ?. omitted , 
Comm. Pref. Bened. Dno. Vesp. of 
day (Ant. of Magnij. Emmanuel 
doubled), Prec. ferial, no com. In 
Compl. Prec. 

(Fast and Abstinence). Vigil of Christmas. 
simpl. In Mat. Invit. Hymn ?. LI. 
and 191?. prop. Ant. and Pss. of day. 
In L. and Hours (double rite). Ant. 
prop. Pss. of Sund. In Mass (Gloria 
omitted) one prayer. Comm. Pref. 
Bened. Dno. Vesp. of foil, (all prop.) 
no com. Compl. of Sund. In Compl. 
and in Hymns till Eve of Epiph. 
Doxol. Jesu . . . qui nalus. 



^ FEAST OF THE NATIVITY OF OUR LORD 
d. 1 cl. with privil. Oct. (A). Creed. 
Pref. and Communicantes prop, (said 
during Oct.). In the first Mass 
Noctem sacratissimam said in Com- 
munic. ; in the other Masses Diem. 
In 2nd Mass com. of S. Anastasia 
V.M. In 2 Vesp. (all prop.) com. of 
foil. Compl. of Sund. 

The solemn celebration of the Marriage rite 
may begin to-morrow. 



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29 Wed. 



Saturday next, the Feast of the Circum- 
cision of our Lord, will be a Holiday 
of Obligation. 



SUNDAY (vacant}. S. STEPHEN, Proto- K 
martyr, d. 2 cl. with simple Oct. (A) ! 
Off. prop. Com. of Oct. of Nativ. in 
L. and M. Creed. Pref. and Com- 
munic. of Nativity. Vesp. of Nativit. 
(prop.) from cap. of S. Stephen com. 
of S. John Ev. and Oct. of Nativ. 
Compl. of Sund. 



S. JOHN, Ap. and Ev., d. 2 cl. with simple 
Oct. (A). Off. prop. Com. of Oct. 
of Nativ. in L. and M. Creed. Pref. 
and Communic. of Nativ. Vesp. of 
Nativ., from cap. of S. John, com. 
of Holy Innocents and Oct. of Nativ. 
Compl. of Sund. 



THE HOLY INNOCENTS, Mm. d. 2 cl. with 
simple Oct. (A). Off. prop. 9 19. 
said in Matins. Com. of Oct. of 
Nativ. in L. 'and M. (Gloria omitted). 
After Grad. Tract, said. Creed. Pref. 
and Communic. of Nativ. Benedic. 
Dno. 2 Vesp. of Nativ. from cap. of 
Holy Innoc. com. of S. Thomas and 
Oct. of Nativ. Compl. of Sund. 



S. Thomas, B.M. d. LI. 1 N. Incip. Ep. 
ad Rom. Com. of Oct. of Nativ. in 
L. and M. Creed. Pref. and Com- 
munic. of Nativ. Vesp., of Nativ. 
from cap. of Sund. within Oct. com. 
of prec. and Oct. of Nativ. Compl. 
of Sund. 



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30 Thur. 



31 Fri. 



DIRECTORY FOR THE LAITY. 

Of the Sunday within Oct. of Nativity, 
s.d. (A). Off. as on Feast and prop. 
LI. 1 N. Propter quod (Dec. 30) i?i?. 
Hodie, &c. Com. of Oct. of Nativ. 
in L. and M. Creed. Pref. and 
Communic. of Nativ. Vesp. of Nativ. 
(double rite) from cap. of Sund. (prop), 
com. of S. Silvester P.C. and Oct. of 
Nativ. 



Silvester, P.C. d. LI. 1 N. Scimus 
autem 1919. Hodie, &c. Com. of Oct. 
of Nativ. in L. and M. Creed. Pref. 
and Communic. of Nativ. Vesp. of 
foil. Feast of Circumcision (prop.) no 
com. Compl. of Sund. 



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j THE CIRCUMCISION OF OUR LORD, 
d. 2 cl. (A). Office prop, no Com- 
memoration. In Hymns of Hours 
Doxol. Jesu . . . qui natus till Bpiph. 
Creed. Pref. and Communic oi Nativ. 
In 2 Vesp. (prop.) no com. Compl. of 
Sund. W. 

Limerick. Vesp. of foil, (all of feast), com of 
prec. only. 

Thursday next, the Feast of the Epiphany, 
will be a Holiday of obligation. 

SUNDAY (vacant). FEAST OF THE MOST 
HOLY NAME OF JESUS, d. 2 cl. (A). 
Off. prop. Com. of Oct. of S. Stephen 
and S. Munchin, B.C. in L. and 
private Mass. Creed. Pref. of 
Nativ. Communic. comm. In 2 Vesp. 
(prop.) no com. W. 

Limerick. S. MUNCHIN B C. (Principal Patron 
of Diocese) d. 1 cL with Oct. (A). All 
from comm. No com. of S. Stephen. 
Creed. Pref of Nativ. In 2 Vesp. (all 
from comm.) com. of foil. only. Compl. 
of Sund. No com. of Patr. to-morrow. 

Octave of S. John Ap. and Ev., simpl. 
Ant. Pss, of day. LI. and 1919. as in 
prop. Mass as on feast, 2nd pr. 
Fidelium, 3 Deus qui salulis. Creed. 
Pref. of Apost. Vesp. of foil. (Ant. 
Pss. of day) no com. Compl. of day. 

Limerick. FEAST OF THE MOST HOLY NAME j 
OF JESUS (from yesterday) d. 2 cl. Off 
prop. Com. of Oct. of S. John Ap. in L. 
and in (private) Mass. Creed. Pref. of 
Nativ. Communic. comm. 2 Vesp. prop, 
no com. Compl. of Sund. 



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4 Tues. 



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DIRECTORY FOR THE LAITY. 

Octave of the Holy Innocents Mm. simpl. 
Ant. Pss. of day. LI. and F?I?. as in 
prop. Mass as on feast (Gloria said) 
2nd pr. Dens qui sahttis, 3rd for the 
Church or Pope. After Gradual 2 
Allel. and ?. instead of Tract. Pref. 
of Nativ. lie Missa est Vesp. of 
foil, (prop.) com. of S. Telesphorns 
P.M. Compl. of Sund. 

Limerick. 3rd day of Octave of S. Munchin, 
B.C. s.d. Ant. and Pss. of day. LI. 1 N 
Scrip, occ. Com. of Holy Innocents in 
L. and M. Creed. Pref. of Nativ. 
Vesp. of foil, (prop.) com. of Oct. of S. 
Munchin (2 Vesp.) and S. Telesphorus 
P.M. Compl. of Sund. 

Vigil of Epiphany, s.d. (A). Suffr. and 
Prec. omitted. Com. of S. Telesphorus, 
P.M. in L. and M. 3rd pr. Deus qui 
salutis. Pref. of Nativ. Vesp. of 
foil, (prop.) no com. Compl. of Sund. 
In Compl. and Hours during Oct. 
Doxol. Jesu ... qui apparuisti. 

Limerick. Com. of Oct. of S. Munchin and S. 
Telesphorus, P.M. in L. and M. Creed. 
Vesp. of foil, (prop.) no com. No com. 
of Oct. of Patr. to-morrow. 



i< THE EPIPHANY OF OUR LORD, d. 1 cl. 
with privileged Oct. (A). After Pater 
Ave. Credo. Matins begins directly 
with Ant. Afferte. In Prime ?. Qui 
apparuisti said during Oct. Creed. 
Pref. and Communic. prop, during 
Oct. In 2 Vesp. (prop.) no com. 
Compl. of Sund. W. 

2nd day of Oct. s.d. (A). In Mass 2nd pr. 
Deus qui salutis, 3rd for the Church 
or Pope. Creed. 2 Vesp. of Oct. 
Compl. of Sund. 



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8 Sat 



9 SUN, 



JANUARY. 

Cashel. Com. of Oct. of S. Albert, B.C. added 
in L. M and Vesp. 

Killala. In Mass 3rd pr. for the Church, 4th 
pr. Deus omnium fidelium for MOST REV. 
JAMES, on anniversary of his Consecra- 
tion. 

Limerick. Add com. of Oct. of S. Munchin in 
L. M. (3rd pr. Deua qui salutis} and V. 

Cashel. Vesp. of foil, (all from comm,) com. 
of Oct. of Epiph. 

3rd day of Oct. s.d. (A). In Mass 2nd pr. 
Deus qui salutis, 3rd for the Church 
or Pope. Creed. Vesp. of foil. Sund. 
com. of prec. day within Oct. (Ant. 
Lux de luce). Compl. of Sund. 

Limerick. Com. of Oct. of S. Munchin in L. 
and M. 3rd. pr. Deus qui salutis. Creed. 
Vesp. of foil. Sund. com. of Oct. of 
Epiph., and Oct. day of S. Munchin 
(1 Vesp.). 

Cashel. S. ALBERT, B.C. (Principal Patron of 
Diocese) d. 1 cl. with Oct. (A). (Suppl.) 
Com. of Oct. of Epiph. in L. and M. 
Creed. Pref. and Communic. of Epiph. 
In 2 Vesp. (all from comm. ) com. of Sund. 
(Ant. Remansit ~f. Omnes de Saba) and 
Oct. of Epiph. (Ant. Lux de luce ^ 
Reyes Tharsis). Compl. of Sund. 

^ FIRST SUNDAY AFTER EPIPHANY and 
within Oct. s.d. (A)i Off. as on feast 
and prop. LI. 1 N. Incip. Ep 1 ad 
Corinth, with 1919. of Oct. (19. 1 
Hodie}. In L. ?. Omnes de Saba. 
Com. of Oct. in L. (Ant. Hodie 
ccelesli ?. Adorate) and M. Creed 
Pref. and Communic. of Epiph. In 
2 Vesp. (prop. ?. Omnes de Saba) 
com. of foil, day within Oct. (1 Vesp. 
Ant. Magi videntes, ?. Reges Tharsis). 
W. 

Limerick. Com. of Oct. day of S. Munchin, 
B.C. added in L. M. and Vesp. 



119 



120 

10 Mon. 



11 Tues. 



12 Wed. 



13 Thur. 



DIRECTORY FOR THE LAITY. 

4th day of Octave s.d. (A). LI. 1 N. Scrip, 
occ. (Ep. ad Cor.) i? 19. of Oct. In 
Mass 2nd pr. Deus qui salutis, 3rd for 
the Church or Pope. Creed. 2 Vesp. 
of Oct. com. of S. Hyginus P.M. 
Compl. of Sund. 

Cashel. Com. of Oct. of S. Albert, B.C. id L. 
and M. 3rd pr. Deus qui salidis. Creed. 
In 2 Vesp. of Oct. of Epiph. com. of 
Oct, of S. Albert (2 Vesp.) and S. Hyginus 
P.M. 

5th day of Octave s.d. (A). LI. 1 N. Scrip, 
occ. 37 i?. of Oct. Com. of S. Hyginus 
P.M. in L. and M. 3r pr. Deus qui 
salutis. Creed. 2nd Vesp. of Oct. 
Compl. of Sund. 

Cashel. Com. of Oct. of S. Albert, B.C. and 
S. Hyginus in L. and M, Creed. In 2 
Vesp. of Oct. of Epiph. com. of Oct. of 
S. Albert (2 Vesp.) Compl. of Sund. 

6th day of Oct. s.d. (A). LI. 1 N. Scrip, 
occ. (Ep. 1 ad Cor.) 1919. of Oct. In 
Mass 2nd pr. Deus qui salutis, 3rd for 
Church or Pope. Creed. Vesp. of 
foil. Oct. day (as in 1 Vesp. of Feast, 
pr. pop.) no com. Compl. of Sund. 

Cashel. Com. of Oct. of Patr. in L. and M. 
3rd for Deus qui salutis. Creed. Vesp. 
of foil. Oct. day of Epiph. com. of Oct. 
of Patr. 

Octave of Epiphany d.m. (A). LI. 1 N. 
from Scrip, occ. (Ep. 1 ad Corinthios) 
1919. Hodie, &c. In Mass Creed. 
Pref. and Communic. of Oct. In 2 
Vesp. (as on Feast and prop.) com. 
of foil. (S. Hilary Ant. Doctor) 
and S. Felix M. Compl. of Sund. 

Cashel. Com. of Oct. of Patr, in L. and M. 
Creed. In 2 Vesp. com. of foil. (Ant. 
O Doctor.) Oct. of Patr. and S. Felix M. 
Compl. of Sund. 



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COMPLETE LIST OF THE ROMAN PONTIFFS, 

1. ST. PETER, of Bethsaida, in Galilee, Prince of the Apostles, who received 
from Jesus Christ Supreme Pontifical Power to be transmitted to his Successors, 
resided first at Antioch, then at Rome, where he was martyred on the 29th of 
June, in the year 67, having governed the Church from that city for twenty-five 
years, two months and seven days. 



A.D. 


A.D. 




A.D, 


2. S. Linus, M. 67 


40. S. Siricius 384 


77. S. Eugene I. 


655 


3. S. Cletus, M. 78 


41. S. Anastasius I. 399 


78. S. Vitalian 


657 


4. S. Clement I., M. 90 


42. S. Innocent I. 402 


79. Deuscledit II. 


672 


5. S. Anacletus, M. 100 


43. S. Zozimus 417 


80. Bonus I. 


676 


6. S. Evaristus, M. 112 


44. S. Boniface I. 418 


81. S.Agatho 


678 


7. S.Alexander I., M 121 


45. S. Celestine I. 423 


82. S.Leo II. 


682' 


8. S. Sixtus I., M. 132 


46. S. Sixtus III. 432 83. S. Benedict II. 


684 


9. S. Telesphorus, M. 142 


47. S. Leo I. (the Gt.)440 


84. JohnV. 


685 


10. S. Hyginus, M, 154 


48. S. Hilary 461 


85. Conon 


686 


11. S.Pius I., M. 158 


49. S. Simplicius 468 


86. S. Sergius I. 


687 


12. S. Anicetus, M. 167 


50. S. Felix III. 483 . 


87. John VI. 


701 


13. S. Soter, M. 175 


51. S. Gelasius I. 492 


88. John VII. 


705 


14, S. Eleutherius, M. 182 


52. S. Anastasius II 496 


89. Sisinnius 


708 


15. S. Victor I., M. 193 


53. S. Symmachus 498 


90. Constantine 


708 


16. S. Zephyrinus, M. 203 


54. S. Hormisdas 514 


91. S. Gregory II. 


715 


17. S. Callistus L, M. 221 


55. S. John I., M. 523 


92. S. Gregory III. 


731 


18. S. Urban L, M. 227 


56. S. Felix IV. 526 


93. S. Zachary 


741 


19. S. Pontian, M. 233 


57. Boniface II. 530 


94. Stephen rn/t 


752 


20. S. Anterus, M. 238 


58. John II. 532 


95. S. Paul I 


757 


21. S. Fabian, M. 240 


59. S. Agapitus 535 


96. Stephen IV. 


768 


22. S. Cornelius, M. 254 


60. S. Silverius, M, 536 


97. Adrian I. 


771 


23. S. Lucius L, M. 255 


61. Vigilius 538 


98. S.Leo. III. 


795 


24. S. Stephen L, M. 257 


62. Palagiusl. 555 


99. Stephen V. 


816 


25. S. Sixtus II., M. 260 


63. John III. 560 


100. S. Paschal I. 


817 


26. S. Dionysius 261 


64. Benedict I. 574 


101. Eugene II. 


824 


27. S.Felix I., M. 272 


65. PelagiusII. 578 


102. Valentine 


827 


28, S. Eutychian, M. 275 


66. S. Gregory I. (the 


103. Gregory IV. 


827 


29. S. Caius, M. 283 


Great) 590 


104. Sergius II. 


844 


30. S. Marcellinus, M. 296 


67. Sabinian 604 


105. S.Leo IV. 


847 


31. S. Marcellus I.,M. 304 


68. Boniface III. 607 


106. Benedict III. 


855 


32. S. Eusebius 309 


69. S. Boniface IV. 608 


107. S. Nicholas (the 


853 


33. S.Melchiades 311 


70. S, Deusdedit I, 615 


108. Adrian II. (Gt.) 


867 


34. S. Svlvester I. 314 


71. BonifaceV. 619 


109. John V III, 


872 


35. S.Mark 337 


72. Honoriusl. 625 


110. Marinus I. 


882 


36. S.Julius I. 341 


73. Severinus 640 


111. Adrian III. 


884 


37. Liberius 352 


74. John IV. 640 


112. Stephen VI. 


885 


38. S. Felix II., M.* 355 


75. Theodore I 640 


113. Formosus 


891 


39, S. Damasus I. 366 


76. S. Martin I., M. 649 


114. Boniface VI. 


896 


* Pope during exile of Liberius. t Steph. II. (752) died before consecration. 




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LIST OF ROMAN PONTIFFS. 



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A.D. 




A.D. 


115. 


Stephen VII. 


896 


164. 


Innocent II. 


1130 


116. 


Roman us 


897 


165. 


Celestine II. 


1143 


117. 


Theodore II. 


898 


166. 


Lucius II. 


1144 


118. 


John TX. 


898 


167. 


B.Eugene III. 


1145 


119. 


Benedict IV. 


903 


168. 


Anastasius IV. 


1153 


120. 


Leo V. 


900 


169. 


AdrianIV(Eng)1154 


121. 


Christopher 


903 


170. 


Alexander III 


1159 


122. 


Sergius III. 


904 


171. 


Lucius III. 


1181 


123. 


Anastasius III. 


911 


172. 


Urban III. 


1185 


124. 


Land us 


913 


173. 


Gregory VIII. 


1187 


125. 


John X. 


915 


174. 


Clement III. 


1187 


126. 


Leo VI. 


928 


175 


Celestine III. 


1191 


127. 


Stephen VIII. 


929 


176 


Innocent III. 


1198 


128. 


John XI. 


931 


177. 


Honorius III. 


1216 


129. 


Leo VII. 


936 


178. 


Gregory IX. 


1227 


130. 


Stephen IX. 


930 


179. 


Celestine IV. 


1241 


131. 


Marinus II. 


943 


180. 


Innocent IV. 


1243 


132. 


Agapitus II. 


946 


181. 


Alexander IV. 


1254 


133. 


John XII. 


956 


182. 


Urban IV. 


1261 


134. 


Benedict V. 


964 


183. 


Clement IV. 


1265 


135. 


John XIII. 


965 


184. 


B. Gregory X. 


1271 


136. 


Benedict VI. 


972 


185 


Innocent V. 


1276 


137. 


Donus II. 


973 


186. 


Adrian V. 


1276 


138. 


Benedict VII. 


975 


187. 


John XX. 


1276 


139. 


John XIV. 


984 


188. 


Nicholas III. 


1277 


140. 


John XV. 


985 


189. 


Martin IV. 


1281 


141. 


Gregory V. 


996 


190. 


Honorius IV. 


1285 


142. 


Sylvester II. 


999 


191. 


Nicholas IV. 


1288 


143. 


John XVII. 


1003 


192. 


S. Celestine V. 


1294 


144. 


John XVIII. 


1003 


193. 


Boniface VIII. 


1294 


145. 


Sergius IV. 


1009 


194. 


B. Bened. XI. 


1303 


146. 


Benedict VIII. 


1012 


195 


Clement V. 


1305 


147. 


John XIX. 


1024 


196. 


John XXII. 


1316 


148. 


Benedict IX. 


1033 


197. 


Benedict XII. 


1334 


149. 


Gregory VI. 


1044 


198 


Clement VI. 


1342 


150. 


Clement II. 


1046 


199. 


Innocent VI. 


1352 


151. 


Damasus II. 


1048 


200. 


B. Urban V. 


1362 


152. 


S.Leo IX, 


1049 


201. 


Gregory XI. 


1370 


153. 


Victor II. 


1055 


202. 


Urban VI. 


1378 


154. 


Stephen X. 


1057 


203 


Boniface IX. 


1389 


155. 


Nicholas II. 


1059 


204 


Innocent VII. 


1404 


156. 


Alexander II. 


1061 


205 


Gregory XII. 


1406 


157. 


S. Gregory VII. 


1073 


206 


Alexander V. 


1409 


158. 


B. Victor III. 


1087 


207 


John XXIII. 


1410 


159. 


B. Urban II. 


1088 


208 


Martin V. 


1417 


160. 


Paschal II. 


1099 


209 


Eugene IV. 


1431 


161. 


Gelasius II. 


1118 


210 


Nicholas V. 


1447 


162. 


Calistus II. 


1119 


211 


Callistus III. 


1455 


163. 


Honorius II. 


1124 


212 


Pius II. 


1458 



213. Paul II. 1464 

214. SixtusIV. 1471 

215. Innocent VIII. 1484 

216. Alexander VI. 1492 

217. Pius ITT. 1503 

218. Julius II. 1503 

219. LeoX. 1513 

220. Adrian VI. 1522 

221. Clement VII. 1523 

222. Paul IIT. 1534 

223. Julius III. 1550 

224. MarcellusII. 1555 

225. Paul IV. 1555 

226. Pius IV. 1559 

227. S. PiusV. 1566- 

228. Gregory XIII. 1572 

229. SixtusV. 1585 

230. Urban VII. 1590 

231. Gregory XIV. 1590 

232. Innocent IX. 1591 

233. Clement VIII. 1592 

234. Leo XI. 1605 

235. PaulV. 1605 

236. Gregory XV. 1621 

237. Urban VIII. 1623 

238. Innocent X. 1644 

239. Alexander VII. 1655 

240. Clement IX. 1667 

241. Clement X. 1670 

242. Innocent XI. 1676 

243. AlexandorVIII1689 

244. Innocent XII. 1691 

245. Clement XI. 1700 

246. Innocent XIII 1721 

247. Benedict XIII. 1724 

248. Clement XII. 1730 

249. Benedict XIV. 1740 

250. Clement XIII. 1758 

251. Clement XIV. 1769 

252. Pius VI. 1775 

253. Pius VII. 1800 

254. Leo XII, 1823 

255. Pius VIII. 1829 

256. Gregory XVI. 1831 

257. Pius IX. 1846 

258. Leo XIII. 1878 

259. PiusX. 1903 

260. Benedict XV. 1914 






THE CATHOLIC HIERARCHY. 



HIS HOLINESS THE POPE, 

BISHOP OF ROME, AND VICAR OF JESUS CHRIST. 
SUCCESSOR OF ST. PETER, PRINCE OF THE APOSTLES, 
SUPREME PONTIFF OF THE UNIVERSAL CHURCH, 
PATRIARCH OF THE WEST, PRIMATE OF ITALY, 
ARCHBISHOP AND METROPOLITAN OF THE ROMAN PROVINCE, 
SOVEREIGN OF THE TEMPORAL DOMINIONS OF THE 
HOLY ROMAN CHURCH. 



BENEDICT XV. 

SUPREME PONTIFF, 
Now GLORIOUSLY REIGNING. 
GIACOMO BELLA CHIESA. 

The two hundred and sixtieth Pope, was born at Pegli, 
diocese of Genoa, November 21, 1854 ; appointed Archbishop of 
Bologna, December 16, 1907; proclaimed Cardinal, May 15, 1914; 
elected Pope, September 3, and crowned September 6, 1914. His 
Holiness retains the Abbacy of Subiaco ; the Prefectship of the 
Roman and Universal Inquisition, and of the Consistorial Congre- 
gation ; the Presidency of the Pontifical Commission for the re -union 
of the separated Churches ; the Protectorship of the Church and 
Chapter of SS. Celsus and Julian us, of the Greek Monastery of 
Grottaferrata, of the Benedictine, Dominican and Franciscan Orders, 
and of the Archconfraternity of the Via Crucis. 

The Supreme Pontiff is assisted in the government of the Church by 
the Sacred College of Cardinals, and by several sacred congregations 
of which the Cardinals are the chief members ; by the Patriarchs, 
Archbishops and Bishops ; by the Apostolic Delegates,. Vicars and 
Prefects, and by certain Abbots and Prelates. 



THE CARDINALS. 

The Sacred College of Cardinals consists, when it is complete, of 
seventy members : Six Cardinal Bishops, fifty Cardinal Priests, and 
fourteen Cardinal Deacons. The Cardinals, when duly constituted and 
proclaimed, form the supreme council or senate of the Church. They 
are the advisers of the Sovereign Pontiff, and at the death of a Pope 



120 CATHOLIC REGISTRY. [1920 

they elect his successor. The Cardinal Bishops occupy the Suburban 
Sees of Rome, which are Ostia, Velletri, Porto and Santa Rufma, 
Albano, Frascati, Palestrina, Sabina. The Cardinals of the second and 
third order take their titles from some of the oldest churches in the 
City of Rome. The first Cardinal Bishop is Dean ; the first Cardinal 
Priest is First Priest ; and the first Cardinal Deacon, First Deacon 
of the Sacred College. The Dean has the right of consecrating, and 
the First Deacon the right of proclaiming and crowning a new Pope. 
On the death of the Pontiff, the Cardinal Camerlengo has the adminis- 
tration of the affairs of the Holy See. 

CARDINAL BISHOPS OF THE HOLY ROMAN CHURCH. 

Vincent Vannutelli, born at Genazzano, December 5, 1836 ; created 
and reserved in petto December 30/1889 ; proclaimed June 23, 1890 
Bishop of Ostia and Palestrina, Dean. 

Julius Boschi, born at Perugia, March 2, 1838 ; created and pro- 
claimed April, 15, 1901. Bishop of Frascati. 

Cajetan de Lai, born at Vicenza, July 2,6, 1853 ; created and pro- 
claimed December 16, 1907. Bishop of Sabina. 

Antonio Vico, born in diocese of Ancona, January 9, 1847 ; created 
and proclaimed, November 27, 1911. Bishop of Porto and Santa 
Rufiiia. 

Gennaro Granito Pignatelli, born in Naples, April 10, 1851 ; created 
and proclaimed, November 27, 1911. Bishop of Albano. 

Basil Pompili, born at Spoleto, April 16, 1858 ; created and pro- 
claimed November 27, 1911. Bishop of Velletri. Cardinal Vicar. 

CARDINAL PRIESTS. 

Joseph Sebastian Netto (O.F.M.), born February 8, 1841 ; created 
and proclaimed 1884. Ex-Patriarch of Lisbon. 

James Gibbons, born at Baltimore, July 23, 1834 ; created and 
proclaimed June 7, 1886-. Archbishop of Baltimore. 

Michael Logue, born in Raphoe on October 1, 1840 ; created and 
proclaimed January 16, 1893. Archbishop of Armagh. 

Andrew Ferrari, born in the diocese of Parma, August 13, 1850 ; 
created and proclaimed May 18, 1894. Archbishop of Milan. 

Joseph Prisco, born in the diocese of Naples, September 8, 1836 ; 
created and proclaimed November 30, 1896. Archbishop of Naples. 

Joseph Mary Martin de Herrera y de la Iglesia, born in the diocese 
of Salamanca, August 26, 1835 ; created and proclaimed April 19, 
1897, Archbishop of Compostella. 



1920] ROMAN REGISTER. 121 

Joseph Francica-Nava di Bontife, born in Catania, July 23, 1846 ; . 
created and proclaimed June 19, 1899. Archbishop of Catania. 

Augustine Richelmy, born in Turin, November 29, 1850 ; created 
and proclaimed June 19, 1899. Archbishop of Turin. 

Leo de Skrbensky, born at Hausdorf, June 12, 1863 ; created and 
proclaimed April 15, 1901. Archbishop of Olmutz, 

Bartholomew Bacilieri, born at Breonio, March 28, 1842 ; created 
and proclaimed April 15, 1901. Bishop of Verona. 

Raphael Merry del Val, born in London, October 10, 1865 ; created 
and proclaimed November 9, 1903. 

Joachim Arcoverde de Albuquerque Cavalcanti, born at Pernambuco 
(Brazil), January 17, 1850; created and proclaimed December 11, 
1905. Archbishop of Rio Janeiro. 

Octavius Cagiano de Azevedo, born at Frosinone. November 7, 
1845; created and proclaimed, December 11, 1905. 

Aristides Rinaldini, born at Montefalco, February 5, 1844 ; created 
and proclaimed April 15, 1907. 

Peter Maffi, born in the diocese of Pavia, October 12, 1858 ; created 
and proclaimed April 15, 1907. Archbishop of Pisa. 

Alexander Lualdi, born in Milan, August 12, 185*; created and 
proclaimed April 15, 1907. Archbishop of Palermo. 

Desire Mercier, born at Braine 1'Alleud, November 21, 1851 ; created 
and proclaimed April 15, 1907. Archbishop of Malines. 

Peter Gasparri, born in the diocese of Norcia May 5, 1852 ; created 
and proclaimed December 16, 1907. Secretary of State. 

Louis Henry Lugon, born in the diocese of Angers, October 28, 
1842 ; created and proclaimed December 16, 1907. Archbishop of 
Rheims. 

Paulinus Peter Andrieu, born in the diocese of Toulouse, December 
8, 1849 ; created and proclaimed December 16, 1907. Archbishop 
of Bordeaux. 

Antony Mendes Bello, born in diocese of Guarda, June 25, 1842* 
reserved in petto, November 27, 1911 ; proclaimed May 25, 1914. 
Patriarch of Lisbon. 

Joseph M. Cos y Macho, born in diocese of Santander, August 6, 
1838; created and proclaimed November 27, 1911. Archbishop of 
Valladolid. 



122 CATHOLIC REGISTRY. [1920 

Francis Bourne, born at Clapham, March 23, 1861 ; created and 
proclaimed November 27, 1911. Archbishop of Westminster. 

Leo Adolphus Amette, born in diocese of Evreux, September 6, 
1850 ; created and proclaimed November 27, 1911. Archbishop of 
Paris. 

William O'Connell, born in Boston, December 8, 1859 ; created and 
proclaimed November 27, 1911. Archbishop of Boston. 

Henry Almaraz y Santos, born at Salamanca, September 22, 1847 ; 
created and proclaimed November 27, 1911. Archbishop of Seville. 

Francis M. de Cabrieres, born in diocese of Nimes, August 30, 1830 ; 
created and proclaimed November 27, 1911. Bishop of Montpellier. 

William Van Rossum (C.SS.R.), born in Holland, September 3, 
1854 ; created and u proclaimed November 27, 1911. Prefect -of. 
Propaganda. 

Victorian Guisasola y Meneiidez, born in Oviedo, April 21, 1852 ; 
created and proclaimed May 25, 1914. Archbishop of Toledo. 

Louis Nazaire Begin, born in diocese of Quebec, January 10, 1840 ; 
created and proclaimed May 25, 1914. Archbishop of Quebec. 

John Csernoch, born in diocese of Gran, January 18, 1852 ; created and 
proclaimed May 25, 1914. Archbishop of Gran. 

Gustavus PifFL born in diocese of Koniggratz, October 15, 1864 ; created 
and proclaimed May 25, 1914. Archbishop of Vienna. 

Alphonsug Maria Mistrangelo, born in Savona, April 26, 1852 ; 
created and proclaimed December 6, 1915. Archbishop of Florence. 

John Cagliero, born in diocese of Turin, January 11, 1838 ; created 
and proclaimed December 6, 1915* 

Andrew Frith wirth, born August 21, 1845; created and proclaimed 
December 6, 1915. 

Raphael Scapinelli, born in Modena, April 25. 1858 ; created and 
proclaimed December 6, 1915. 

George Gusmini, born in Bergamo, December 9, 1855 ; created and 
proclaimed December 6, 1915. Archbishop of Bologna. 

Pietro La Fontaine, born in Viterbo, November 29, 1860; created and 
proclaimed December 4, 1916. Patriarch of Venice. 

Victor Ranuzzi de Bianchi, born in Bologna, July 14, 1857; created and 
proclaimed December 4, 1916. 

Donatus Sbarretti, born in diocese of Spoleto, November 12, 1856 ; 
created and proclaimed December 4, 1916. 



1920J ROMAN REGISTER. 123 

Augustus Dubourg, born in diocese of St. Brieuc, October 1, 1842 ; 
created and proclaimed December 4, 1916. Archbishop of Rennes. 

Louis Duboi.s, born in diocese of Le Mans, September 1, 1 856 ; created 
and proclaimed December 4, 1916. Archbishop of Rouen. 

Louis Joseph Maurin, born in diocese of Marseilles, February 15, 1859 ; 
created and proclaimed December 4, 1916. Archbishop of Lyons. 

Thomas Boggiani, born in diocese of Alessandria, January 19, 1863; 
created and proclaimed December 4, 1916. Archbishop o: Genoa. 

Alexius Ascalesi, born in diocese of Naples, October 31, 1872; created 
and proclaimed December 4, 1916. Archbishop of Beaevento. 

Adolphus Bertram, born in Hildesheim, March 14, 1859 ; created 
and reserved in petto. December 4, 1916 ; proclaimed December 15, 
1919. Bishop of Breslau. 

Philip Camassei. born in Rome, September 14, 1848 ; created and 
proclaimed December 15, 1919 

Augustus Silj, born in diocese jf Norcia, July 9, 1846; created and 
proclaimed December 15. 1919. 

John boldevila y Romero, born in the diocese of Zamora, October, 
20. 1843 ; created and proclaimed, December 15, 1919. Archbishop of 
Saragossa. 

Theodore Valfre di Bonzo, born in diocese of Turin, August 21 > 
1853 ; created and proclaimed December 15, 1919. 

Alexander Kakowski, born in diocese of Plock, February 3, 1863; 
created and proclaimed December 15, 1919. Archbishop of Warsaw. 

Edmond Dalbor, born in diocese of Posen. October 30, 1869 ; 
created and proclaimed December 15, 1919. Archbishop of Gnesen 
and Posen. 



CARDINAL DEACONS. 

Cajetan Bisleti, born at Veroli, March 20, 1856 ; created and pro- 
claimed November 27, 1911. 

Louis Billot (S.J.), born in diocese of Metz, January 12, 1846; 
created and proclaimed November 27, 1911. 

Filippo Giustini, born in diocese of Tivoli, May 8, 1852 ; created^and 
proclaimed May 25, 1914. 

Michael Lega, born in diocese of Faenza, January 1, 1860 ; created 
and proclaimed May 25, 1914. 

Francis Aidan Gasquet, born in London, October 5, 1846, created and 
proclaimed May 25, 1914. 

Nicholas Marini, born in Rome, August 20, 1843 ; created and pro- 
claimed December 4, 1916. 

Orestes Giorgi, bom in diocese of Segni, May 19, 1856 ; created and 
proclaimed December 4, 1916. 



124 CATHOLIC REGISTRY. [1920 

SUMMARY OF CATHOLIC SEES. 



There are ten Patriarchates with fourteen Patriarchal Sees eight 
of the Latin Bite and six of different Oriental Rites. 

The Patriarchate of Antioch has four Patriarchal Sees, viz., Latin, 
Maronite, Melchite and Syriac. 

PATRIARCHATES, ARCHBISHOPRICS, AND BISHOPRICS 
OF THE WORLD. 

LATIN RITE. 

PATBI- ARCH- 

NAME or COUNTRY. ARCHATES. BISHOPRICS. BISHOPRICS. 

EUROPE.* 

Albania . . .0.2.3 

Austria-Hungary . . . 12 . 44 

Belgium . . .0.1.5 

France and Monaco . . . 17 . 68 

Germany and Luxembourg . 5 . 21 

Ireland . . . 4 . 23 

England and Wales . . . 3 . 14 

Scotland . . .0.2.4 

Greece . . .0.3.7 

Italy and Islands . . 1 . 49 .219 

Spain . . . 9 . 47 

Portugal . . . 1 . 2 8 

Holland . . .0.1.4 

Montenegro . . .0.1.0 

Poland . . .0.1.6 

Russia . . . 0.1. 6 

Roumania, Bulgaria and Servia 1.2 

Switzerland . . .0.0.5 

Malta, Gozo and Gibraltar . . 3 

Total 2 114 489 



China . . 1 

Japan . . .0.1.3 

East Indies . . 1 . 9 . 26 

Persia . . .0.1.0 

Turkey in Asia . .3.2.1 

Total 4 13 31 



AFRICA. 
North Africa . . 1 . 2 . 13 

Total . 1 . 2 . 13 

* The new international boundaries being not yet finally determined, dioceses are 
classified as they were before the \\ir. 



1920] ROMAN REGISTER. 125 

PATRI- ARCH- 

NAME OF COUNTRY. ARCHATES. BISHOPRICS. BISHOPRICS. 

AMERICA. 



Canada and Newfoundland . . 12 . 25 

United States . . . . 14 . 85 

Mexico . . . . 8 . 23 

SOUTH. 

Bolivia . . .0.1.3 

Brazil . . . . 10 . 38 

Chili . . . 1 

Argentine Republic . . 1 . 12 

Ecuador . . .0.1.6 

Peru . . .0.1.9 

Columbia . . . 4 . 11 

Uruguay . . . 1 . 2 

Venezula . . .0.1.5 

CENTRAL (INCLUDING WEST INDIAN ISLANDS). 

Continental States . .0.4.5 

West Indian Islands . . . 4 . 13 

Total 63 240 



OCEANICA. 

Australia . . . 6 . 14 

New Zealand . . .0.1. 

Philippine Islands . .0.1.8 

Total 8 25 



ORIENTAL RITES. 



ARMENIAN RITE, 

Europe . . .0.1.1 

Asia . . . 1 . 3 . 12 

Africa . 00.1 



COPTIC RITE. 

North Africa . . 1 

Central Africa, 1 Vicar- Apostolic in Abyssinia, 



126 CATHOLIC REGISTRY. [1920 

PATRI- ARCH- 
NAME OF COUNTRY. ARCHATES. BISHOPRICS. BISHOPRICS. 

GREEK-ROUMANIAN. 
Europe . . . 1 . "3 



GREEK-RUTHENIAN. 
Europe . . 



GREEK-BULGARIAN. 

Turkey in Europe, 2 Vicars-Apostolic. 



GREEK-MELCHITE. 
Asia 1 



SYRIAN RITE. 
Asia . 1 



SYRO-CHALD^IC. 
Asia . . . 1 . 2 . 10 

SYRO-MARONITE, 
Asia . . .1.7.2 

Total . . 6 . 21 . 52 

Total for Europe \ / 2 . 114 489 

Asia ( \ 4 . 13 31 

Africa > Latin Rite <( 1 . 2 . 13 

America I j 1 . 63 240 

Oceanica / V . . 8 . 25 

Armenian Rite 1 . 4 . 14 

Coptic Rite ... 1 . 2 

Greek-Roumanian . .0.1.3 

Greco -Ruthenian . . 1 7 

Greek-Melchite . . 1 . 3 9 

Syrian . . .1.3.5 

Syro-Chaldseic . 1 . 2 . 10 

Syro-Maronite . .1.7.2 

Absolute Total . 14 .221 . 850 

The above Summary of Patriarchal, Archiepiscopal and Episcopal 
Residential Sees amounts in all to 1,085. But in this list we do not 
include districts governed by Prefects Apostolic and Apostolic Vicars, 
who exercise episcopal functions and jurisdiction under the Propaganda. 



1920] ROMAN REGISTER. 127 

THE ROMAN CON3REGATIONS AND 

TRIBUNALS. 

i. 

CONGREGATIONS. 

1. THE CONGREGATION OF THE HOLY OFFICE. 

This Congregation, over which the Pope himself presides, guards 
the teaching of faith and morals. It judges of heresy and of other 
crimes which lead to a suspicion of heresy. 

Although there is a special Congregation for the discipline of the 
Sacraments, the Holy Office retains power to decide questions con- 
nected with dogmatic teaching on the Sacraments, as also questions 
which concern the Pauline Privilege and the matrimonial impedi- 
ments of disparitas cidtus and tnixta religio. 

To it belongs the examination of. books, which was formerly 
assigned to the Congregation of the Index. 

Secretary Cardinal Merry del Val. 
Office Palazzo del S. Offizio. 

2. THE CONSISTORIAL CONGREGATION. 

This Congregation has the duty of preparing the agenda for Con- 
sistories, and (in places not subject to the Congregation of the Pro- 
paganda), of establishing new dioceses and chapters; dividing dioceses; 
appointing Bishops, Apostolic Administrators, Coadjutor and 
Auxiliary Bishops ; instituting canonical inquiries regarding those to be 
appointed and ascertaining their knowledge. 

It has charge of all matters relating to the government of the 
several dioceses (not subject to the Congregation of the Propa- 
ganda). It looks after the fulfilment of the obligations of Ordinaries ; 
takes cognisance of the written reports of Bishops on the state of 
their dioceses ; orde^ the Apostolic Visitations, examines what has 
been done in them, and after a special report to the Pope, prescribes 
whatever may seem necessary or opportune. 

Secretary Cardinal De Lai. 

Office Palazzo della Cancelleria Apostolica. 

3. THE CONGREGATION ON THE DISCIPLINE OF THE 
SACRAMENTS. 

To this Congregation is assigned all legislation regarding the Dis- 
cipline of the Seven Sacraments, without prejudice to the authority of 
the Holy Office as above defined, and df the Congregation of Rites in 



128 CATHOLIC REGISTRY. [1920 

regard to the ceremonies to be observed in connection with the Sacra- 
ments. If any of these questions require judicial process they are 
handed over to the Tribunal of the Rota. 

Prefect Cardinal Giustini. 

Secretary Mgr. Luigi Capotosti. 

Office Palazzo della Cancelleria. 

4. THE CONGREGATION OF THE COUNCIL. 

This Congregation has charge of the discipline of the secular clergy 
and the faithful generally. It watches over the observance of the 
precepts of the Church, such as fasts (except the Eucharistic fasts), 
abstinence, tithes, the observance of feasts, with power to dispense 
when it thinks right ; controls all matters relating to parish priests 
and canons, also all things affecting pious associations, pious legacies, 
honoraria for Masses, benefices or offices, ecclesiastical property, 
funds, and other matters of the same kind. 

To this Congregation belong all matters connected with the cele- 
bration and recognition of Councils, and with meetings and conferences 
of Bishops. 
Prefect 

Secretary Mgr. Joseph Mori. 
Office Palazzo della Cancelleria. 

5. THE CONGREGATION FOR THE AFFAIRS OF RELIGIOUS. 

This Congregation decides all matters which relate to the affairs 
of Religious of both sexes, whether bound by solemn or simple vows, 
of those who without vows lead a common life after the manner of 
Religious, and of secular third orders, whether the question arises 
between Religious themselves or regards others besides. 

Prefect Cardinal Scapinelli. 

Secretary D. Mauro Serafini. 

Office Palazzo della Cancelleria. 

6. THE CONGREGATION OF PROPAGANDA. 

The jurisdiction of this Congregation extends to all places which 
have no regularly constituted hierarchy, and to some countries which 
though they possess a hierarchy, are still regarded as missionary 
countries. 

This Congregation has authority over all matters which affect 
Religious considered as missionaries, but all questions concerning 
Religious as such must be submitted to the decision of the Congregation 
for the Affairs of Religious. 

To the Congregation of Propaganda are now united the Congregation 
for the Affairs of Oriental Rites, and the Commission for the Union of 
the Dissident Churches. 

Prefect Cardinal Van Rossum. 
Secretary Mgr. Camillo Laurenti, 
Office Palazzo della Propaganda. 



1920] ROMAN REGISTER. 129 

7. THE CONGREGATION OF SACRED RITES. 

This Congregation has the right of examining and regulating all 
matters which proximately concern the rites and ceremonies of the 
Latin Church. It watches over the diligent observance of the sacred 
ceremonies in the celebration of Mass, in the administration of the 
Sacraments, in the performance of the Divine Offices, and all other 
things connected with public worship in the Latin Church ; grants 
dispensations, bestows insignia and privileges of honour relating to 
sacred rites, and prevents the introduction of abuses in these matters. 

It deals with all matters relating in any way to the beatification 
and canonization of Saints or to Sacred Relics. ^ 

Prefect Cardinal Vico. 
Secretary Mgr. A. Verde. - 
Office Palazzo della Cancelleria, 

8. THE CEREMONIAL CONGREGATION. 

This Congregation regalates the ceremonies to be observed in the 
Pontifical Chapel and Court, and the sacred functions performed by 
Cardinals outside the Pontifical Chapel ; also settles questions of 
precedence of Cardinals and of Ambassadors sent by various countries 
to the Holy See. 

Prefect Cardinal Vannutelli. 
Secretary Mgr. Nicholas Canali. 

9. THE CONGREGATION FOR EXTRAORDINARY 
ECCLESIASTICAL AFFAIRS. 

This Congregation considers only such questions as are submitted 
to it by the Pope through the Cardinal Secretary of State, and especially 
questions connected with civil law and concordats entered into .with 
different States 

Secretary Mgr. Cerretti, Archb. of Corinth. 

Office Palazzo Apostolico Vaticano. 

% 10. THE CONGREGATION OF SEMINARIES 
AND UNIVERSITIES. 

To this Congregation is committed the regulation of Seminaries 
and Universities or Faculties which depend on the authority 
of the Church, including those which are conducted by members of 
religious societies. It examines and approves new institutions, grants 
the power of conferring degrees, and may itself confer degrees on men 
distinguished for special learning. 

Prefect Cardinal Bisleti. 

Secretary Mgr. J. Sinibaldi, Bishop of Tiberias. 

Office Palazzo della Cancelleria. 

11. THE CONGREGATION FOR THE EASTERN CHURCH. 

To this Congregation are assigned all matters which concern^the 
Eastern Church, except such as are reserved for the Holy s Office, ^_ 



130 CATHOLIC REGISTRY. [1920 

II. 
TRIBUNALS. 

1. THE SACRED PENITENTIARIA. 

The jurisdiction of this tribunal is limited to those things which 
regard the forum, internum, non-sacramental as well as sacramental. 
Hence, while matrimonial dispensations of the forum externutn are 
assigned to the Congregation for the Discipline of the Sacraments, 
this Tribunal grants for the forum internuin favours, absolutions, 
dispensations, commutations, sanations, and condonations. It decides 
all matters relating to Indulgences, except dogmatic questions, which 
are reserved to the Holy Office. 

Penitentiary Major Cardinal Giorgi. 

Office Palazzo, del S. Offizio. 

2. THE SACRED ROMAN ROTA. 

To this Tribunal are referred all contentious cases, not major ones, 
which come before the Holy See. 
Dean Mgr. Sebastianelli. 
Office Palazzo della Dataria. 

3. THE APOSTOLIC SEGNATURA. 

This Tribunal, which is composed of six Cardinals, has the right, 
when appealed to, of quashing sentences pronounced by the Rota. 
Prefect Cardinal Lega. 
Secretary Mgr. Evaristo Lucidi. 
Office Palazzo della Dataria. 



[131] 



Jdsb Ecclesiastical IReoister, 



IRELAND is divided, ecclesiastically, into four Provinces, named after 
the four Archiepiscopal Sees Armagh, Dublin, Cashel and Tuam 
which are not coincident with the civil Provinces, in which they are 
respectively situated. The Province of Armagh, containing the 
Primatial See of All Ireland, embraces, besides the civil Province of 
Ulster, the whole or portions of the counties of Louth, Meath, West- 
meath, King's and Longford, in Leinster ; of Leitrim, Sligo and Ros- 
common in Connaught ; the Province of Dublin, under the Primate 
of Ireland, contains a portion only of the civil Province of Leinster, 
embracing the whole or portions of the counties of Dublin, Kildare, 
Wicklow, Queen's, Wexford, Carlow, King's and Kilkenny ; the 
Province of Cashel is mainly coincident with the civil Province of 
Munster ; whilst the Province of Tuam is smaller than the civil Pro- 
vince of Connaught, and includes the whole or portions of the counties 
of Galway, Mayo, Sligo, Roscommon, Clare and King's. 

The Province of Armagh includes the Diocese of Armagh, with the 
Dioceses of Meath, Ardagh, Clogher, Derry, Down and Connor, Dro- 
more, Kilmore, and Raphoe, as Suffragan Sees ; total, nine Dioceses. 

The Province of Dublin includes the Diocese of Dublin with the 
Dioceses of Ferns, Kildare and Leighliii, and Ossory, as Suffragan 
Sees ; total, four Dioceses. 

The Province of Cashel includes the Diocese of Cashel, with the 
Diocese of Emly attached, the Dioceses of Cork, Cloyne, Killaloe, 
Kerry, Kilfenora, Limerick, Ross, Waterford and Lismore, as Suffragan 
Sees ; total nine Dioceses. The Diocese of Kilfenora is assigned to 
the Bishop of Galway as its Apostolic Administrator. 

The Province of Tuam includes the Diocese of Tuam, with the 
Dioceses of Achonry, Clonfert, Elphin, Galway and Kilmacduagh, and 
Killala, as Suffragan Sees ; total, six Dioceses.' 

There are thus four Provinces, each presided over by an Archbishop, 
and twenty-four Suffragan Sees, or a total of twenty-eight Dioceses 
in Ireland. 



132 CATHOLIC REGISTRY. [1920 

Clergy Lists. In every case the Diocesan Clergy List has been 
revised by the Bishop or his Secretary, and this is a guarantee, so far 
as can be secured, of the accuracy of the information supplied. 

Chapters. In many of the Dioceses the Chapters have been revived 
and organised, the members of which, together with the principal 
Dignitaries of the Diocese, will be found under the heading of the 
respective Sees. 

Parishes and Benefices. The number of civil or legal Parishes in 
Ireland is 2,428, and the number of Catholic Parishes or Benefices 
marked by territorial jurisdiction, 1,115, so that the civil and the 
Catholic ecclesiastical Parishes are rarely coterminous. Catholics have 
the deepest interest in adhering to the primitive designation and ortho- 
graphy of the several territorial divisions, Diocesan and Parochial, 
of the Irish Church, as a classified analysis of the derivation, origin 
and history of such designations would form a vast and most important 
body of evidence testifying to the intimate connection which subsists 
between the faith of the people and the very topography of the 
kingdom. 

Public Institutions. All Public Institutions in each Diocese, having 
Catholic Chaplains attached, as Workhouses, Lunatic Asylums, County, 
City, and Government Prisons, Military Barracks, etc., are published! 

Regular Clergy. The usual Diocesan Returns of the Regular Clergy 
will be found under each Diocese. Moreover all the Communities of 
each Order in Ireland or of Irish branches abroad are set forth under 
the heading " List of the Regular Clergy." 

Religious Communities of Men and of Women. Diocesan and other 
Returns are published of these Orders, with such information respecting 
them as may be expected in a Registry. 

Educational Institutions. These are fully considered under each 
Diocese, and are also indicated in a special section devoted to the 
position of Catholic Education in Ireland. 

Charitable Institutions. Orphanages, Asylums, Refuges, Hospitals, 
Reformatories, Industrial Schools, etc., will be found under the respective 
Dioceses in which they exist. 

Obituary. Diocesan Returns, obtained from the Bishops themselves, 
give an authentic list of the Clergy, etc., who died within the past year. 

State and Progress of Religion. Summaries, under various heads, 
supplied by the Bishops, or prepared from their Returns, are given, 
indicating the state of Religion in the Diocese. We also give the 
Catholic and non-Catholic population of each Diocese for the years 
1881, 1891, 1901, and 1911, 



APOSTOLIC PROCESS OF THE IRISH MARTYRS. 
THE CAUSE : THE COURT. 

Litterce Remissoriales et Compulsoriales, dated 301 h 
March, 1916, and addressed by the S. Congregation of Rites 
to the Archbishop of Dublin, instructed his Grace to proceed 
with the Apostolic Process in the above Cause, initiated by 
him in its first, or diocesan, stage in 1904, and granting him 
special faculties and dispensations for that purpose. 

Owing to the Easter Rising of 1916, these official letters 
did not reach Ireland until the end of May. Preparations 
were at once begun, officials designated, documents printed 
and circulated, and the Vice-Postulator invited the Irish 
Bishops and Irish Provincials of Religious Orders to nominate 
witnesses. These received over twelve months to prepare 
their voluminous historical evidence. 

The first formal Session of the Process, at which the Court 
was constituted, was held on 5th June, 1917. The first 
Session for the receiving of evidence did not take place until 
1 5th October following. 

Investigation has to be made into the claims of 260 
individuals or groups of those who, it is claimed, died for the 
Faith in Ireland between 1537 and 1714. They are com- 
posed of 5 Archbishops, 10 Bishops (including a Cistercian, 
3 Franciscans, and a Dominican), 37 Secular Priests, i Pre- 
monstratensian, 12 Cistercians, 42 Dominicans, 74 Francis- 
cans, 10 Augustinians, 3 Carmelites, 2 Trinitarians, 5 Jesuits, 
and 2 Capuchins, not including their unnamed companions 
in martyrdom. The list is completed by 51 laymen and 6 
women. Many of these loomed large in the history of the 
Ireland of their day ecclesiastics, such as Primates Creagh 
and Magauran, Terence Albert O'Brien of Enily, Malachy 
O'Queely of Tuam, Peter Talbot of Dublin, Heoer McMahon 



of Clogher, laymen, such as Sir Phelim O'Neill and Geoffrey 
Baron. Many phases of Irish, History have to he critically 
examined the foreign relations of the Ireland of the great 
O'Neill, the hitherto obscure Baltinglass " Conspiracy," the 
History of the Confederation of Kilkenny, the Censures of 
Rinuccini, the history of the Remonstrance and " Popish 
Plot." 

The evidence on 122 individuals (in 93 groups) belonging 
to the Periods 1537-1603, 1603-1625, has been completed. 
These embrace nearly half the entire groups in point of 
numbers. Already the translation of Process I. (Period 
1537-1603) is completed. 

Selected research workers are working abroad, and have 
obtamed new and important evidence in favour of the Cause. 

Sessions are held and all business transacted at Holy Cross 
College, Clonliffe. The following are the chief executive 
officials : 

Judex Delegatus : His Grace the Archbishop of Dublin. 
Judices Sub-delegati : Right Rev. Mgr. FitzPatrick, P.P., 

V.G ; Right Rev. Mgr. Dunne, P.P., V.G. ; 

The Ven. the Archdeacon of Glendalough, P.P. 
Fidei Sub Promoiores : Right Rev. Mgr. O'Donnell, 

D.D., P.P., V.G. J Rev. Patrick Walsh, M,A*. ; 

Rev. John McGuinness, C.M. 

Notarii A ctuarii : Rev. M. J. Curran, Rev. Patrick 

, Dunne, D.Ph ; Rev. Thomas O'Donnell, B.A. , 

Notarii Adiuncti'. Rev. Eugene McSweeney, B.A. ; 

Rev. John Redmond, B.A. ; Rev. Patrick 

O'Flynn, B.A. 

Postulalor: The Rector, Irish College, Rome. 
Vice-Postulator: Rev.'M; H. Maclnerny, O.P., Tallaght. 

All .communications should be addressed to the Vice- 
Postulator, or to Rev. M. J. Curran, Holy Cross College, 
Clonliffe. 



133 



CATHOLIC PRELATES OF IRELAND. 



Names of the Prelates 


Dioceses 


Residences 
Post Towns 


Dates of 
Conse- 
cration 
&Trans- 
lation 


Anni- 
versary 
Days 



Province of Armagh. 



His Eminence Michael Car- \ 






(1879) 


20 July 


dinal Logue, Abp., 
Primate of All Ireland ) 


Armagh 


Armagh 


^Trs.f 
(1887) 


30 Apr. 


Most Rev. Laurence Gaughran 


Meath 


Mullingar 


1906 


24 June 


Joseph Hoare 


(Ardagh and> 
(Clonm'cn'isej 


Longford 


1895 


19 Mar. 


Patrick MacKenna 


Clogher 


Monaghan 


1909 


10 Oct, 


Charles MacHugh 


Derry 


Derry 


1907 


29 Sept. 


Joseph MacRory. 


(Down and ) 
( ConnorjT 


Belfast 


1915 


14 Nov. 


Edward Mulhern 


Dromore 


Newry 


1916 


30 Apr. 


Patrick Finnegan 


Kilmore 


Cavan 


1910 


11 Sept. 


Patrick O'Donnell 


Raphoe 


Letterkenny 


1888 


3 Apr. 


Province of Dublin. 


His Grace the Most Rev.) 




(Archbish'p's } 






Wm. J. Walsh, Abp., 1 


Dublin 


] House, 


1885 


2 Aug. 


Primate of Ireland ) 




( Dublin ) 






Most Rev. William Codd 


Ferns' 


(Summerhill,) 
"iWexford > 


1918 


25 Feb. 


Patrick Foley 


jKildare and) 
( Leighlin j" 


Carlow 


1896 -j 


18 Mar. 
31 May 


Abraham Brownrigg 


Ossory 


Kilkenny 


1884 


14 Dec. 


Nicholas Donnelly 


(Canea ) 
lAnxil. D'blinf 


(Haddington ) 
(Road.D'blin) 


1883 


4 Nov. 


Province of Cashel. 


His Grace Most Rev. John 
Harty, Abp. 


(Abp. Cashel ) v 
(and Bp. Em.) v 


Thurles 


1914 


18 Jan. 


His Grace Most Rev. Thomas 










Fennelly, Abp. 


Metymna 


Jloycarkey 


1901 


9 June 


Most Rev. Robert Browne 


Cloyne 


Queenstown 


1894 


19 Aug. 


Daniel Cohalan 


Cork 


Cork 


1914 


7 June 


Charles O'Sullivan 


Kerry 


Killarney 


1918 


27 Jan. 


Michael Fogarty 


Killaloe 


(Ashline, ) 
1 Ennisf 


1904 


4 Sept. 


Denis Hallinan 


Limerick 


Limerick 


1918 


10 Mar. 


Denis Kelly 


Ross 


Skibbereen 


1897 


9 May. 


Bernard Hackett 


(Waterford ) 
(and Lismorej 


Waterford 


1916 


19 Mar. 


His Grace Most Rev. Thos. ( 
P. Gilmartin, Abp. j 


Province of 1 

Tuam 


'Ham. 

Tuam 


ri909^ 

i Trs - y 

UaisJ 


13 Feb. 
9 July. 


Most Rev. Patrick Morrisroe 
Thomas O'Doherty 


Achonry 
Clonfert 


Ballaghader'n 
Loughrea 


1911 
1919 


3 Sept. 
14 Sept. 


Bernard Coyne 


Elphin 


Sligo 


1913 


30 Mar. 


Tnomas O'Dea 


( Galway&Kil- ) 
< macduai, r h & - 
( Ap.A KTn'a j 


Galway 


(1903"| 
^Trs. I 
<1909j 


30 Aug. 
29 Apr. 


James Naughton 


Killala 


Ballina 


1912 


7 Jan. 


R.R. Maurus O'Phelan, Abb. Mt. Melleray 
R. R.Justin MacCarthy, Abb. Mt. St. Joseph 


Cappoquiu 1 1908 
Roscrea [ 1911 





12 



134 



CATHOLIC REGISTRY. 



[1920 



PROVINCE OF ASM AGE. 

Comprising the Diocese of Armagh, with the Eight Suffragan Dioceses 
of Meath ; Ardagh ; Clogher ; Deny ; Down and Connor ; Dromore ; 
Kilmore ; and Raphoe. 



I. DIOCESE OF ARMAGH. 

Includes the County of Louth, almost the whole of Armagh, a great 
part of Tyrone, and a part of Derry and Meath. 

Cardinal, Archbishop, and Primate His Eminence MICHAEL CARDINAL 
LOGUE. Consecrated 20th July, 1879, succeeding Most Rev. Dr. 
M'Devitt as Bishop of Raphoe. Appointed Coadjutor to His Grace 
Most Rev. Dr. M'Gettigan, Primate of All Ireland, 30th April, 1887, 
Succeeded to the Primacy 3rd December, 1887. Created Cardinal 
Priest 16th January, 1893, under the title of Sancta Maria della 
Pace. Address His Eminence Michael Cardinal Logue, Lord 
Primate of All Ireland, Ara Cceli, Armagh. 

CHAPTER OF ARMAGH. 

Dean Very Rev. Dean Quinn, P.P., V.G., Dungamion. 
Archdeacon Right Rev. Monsignor Segrave, P.P., V.G., Drogheda. 
Treasurer Very Rev. Chas. Canon M'Donald, P.P., V.F.,Cookstown, 
Chancellor Very Rev. Joseph W. Brady, P.P., Keady. ' 
Theologian Very Rev. Charles Canon Quin, P.P., V.F., Bessbrook. 



Canons. 



V. R. Alex. Dillon, P.P. 
V. R. C. Quin, P.P., V.F. 
V. R. John Quinn, P.P., V.F. 
V. R. Thos. M' Williams, P.P. 
V. R. James Grimes, P.P. 
V. R. Patrick Corr, P.P. 
V. R. Felix M'Nally, P.P. 



V. R. Bernard Donnellan, P.P. 
V. R. P. Lyons, S.T.L., P.P., V.F. 
V. R. Chas. M'Donald, P.P., V.F. 
V. EL Peter Sheerin, P.P., V.F. 
V. R. M. J. Quin, P.P. 
V. R. Joseph W. Brady, P.P. 



DIOCESAN DIGNITARIES AND OFFICERS. 

Vicars-General Very Rev. Dean Quinn, P.P., V.G., Dungannon ; 
Right Rev. Monsignor P. Segrave, P.P., V.G., Drogheda. 

Vicars-Forane Very Rev. Charles Canon Quin, P.P. ; Very Rev. John 
Canon Quinn, P.P. ; Very Rev. P. Canon Lyons, S.T.L., P.P.; Very 
Rev. C. Canon M'Donald, P.P., and Very Rev. Peter Canon 
Sheerin, P.P. 



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135 



PARISHES IN ARMAGH (55), PARISH PRIESTS AND CURATES. 



Parishes. 


Parish Priests. 


Curates. 


Post Towns. 


Armagh 


Primate's Parish 


Ward, John, Acini. 


Armagh 






Johnson, Peter 








Finnegan, Patk. 







M'Guone, Michael 






Toner, Arthur 




Dundalk 


M 


M'Keone, Jas., 


Dundalk 






S.T.L., Adm. 




^. 




Hurson, Chas. 






X 


Kerr, Michael 






Tohall, Henry, B.D. 






Butterly, Wm. 




St. Peter's, 


SegTa,ve,Rt. Rev. 


M'Donnell, A, 


Drogheda 


Drogheda . 


Mgr., V.G., 


Lavelle, John 






Archd. 


Woods, Thomas 




Arboe 


Loughran, Jas. 


Rogers, Arthur 


Arboe 






Sheridan, Thos. 


Moortown, Coagh 


Ardee 


Lyons, P., Canon Callan, Henry 


Ardee 




S.T.L., V.F. 


Macken, P. 




Ardtrea 


M'Eleavey, E. 


McDonald, Ml. 


Moneymore, Cd 









Derry 


Aghaloo 


Booth, W. J. 


Devlin. John 


Aughnacloy 






Toner, Peter 


Caledon 


Ballinderry 


Taggart, Hugh 




Ballinderry, 








Moneymore 


Ballymakenny . 


Brady, Patk. 


M'Evoy, Owen 


Tenure, Dunleer 


Ballymacnab 


Corr, Patrick 


O'Brien, Matt. 


Ballymacnab, Tassagh 




Canon 


M'Brien, Thomas. 


Grariemore, do. 






S.T.L. 




Beragh 


M'Ardle, P. J. 


Devlin, John 


Beragh 


Ballymore and 


Short, Cornelius 




Tanderagee 


Mullaghbrac . 




Shortt, Eugene 


Poyntzuass 






Lennon, James 


Markethill 


Carlingford and 


Quin, Michael J 




Carlingford 


Clogherny 


Canon 


M'Namee,E.,B.D. 


Omeath, Newry 


Clogherhead 


Murtagh, Fras. 


O'Neill, John 


Clogherhead 


Clonoe 


M'Williams, 


Macken, Ednad. 


Clonoe, 




Thos., Canon 




Coalisland 






M'Guiggan, Ml. 


Washingbay, 








Coalisland 


Clonfeacle 


Quinn, Patrick 


Murray, Lee. 


Moy, Co. Tyrone 


Coagh 


Donnelly, Peter 




Coagh, Money- 








more 


Collon 


Conlon, Patrick 


Dolan, Jas. 


Collon, Drogheda 


Cooley 


M'Ardle, John 


Walsh, Louis 


Cooley, Carlingford 






Duffy, James 


St. James's, Greenore 



136 CATHOLIC REGISTRY. [1920 


Parishes. 


Parish Priests. Curates. Post Towns 


Creggan, Lower 


Kerley, Peter Gogarty, Patk. Cullyhanna 




Smyth, A. P. Newtown- 




hamilton 


Creggan, Upper 


Sheerin, Peter, Donnellan, Luke Crossmaglen 




Canon,V.F. M'Oscar, J. A. 


Darver 


Murray, Thomas Byrne, Arthur Dromiskiii 




M'Nulty, Stph. Castlebellingham 


Derrynoose 


Coyne, Michael, Devine, Francis Keady, Armagh 




Canon M'Dermott, Ml. 




Donnelly, Patck. Derrynoose, Ready 


Desertcreight & 
Derryloran 


Quinn, Michael, M'Laughlin, Jno Cookstown 
Canon, V.F. Mackin, James Rock, Co. Tyrone 


Donaghmore 


O'Neill, J. P. Toner, P. J., Donaghmore, 




D.D. Co. Tyrone 




M'Nelis, Peter Galbally, Pomeroy 


Dromintee 


Loughran, P. B. Loughran, John, Jonesboro, 




D.D. Newry 




O'Neill, James Dromintee 


Drumcree . 


Grimes, James, M'Donald, Thos. Portadown 




Canon O'Connor, Edward 


Drumglass, Kil- 


Quinn, Michael. Beck, John Dungannon 


lyman : and 


V.F., Dean Harmon, John 


Tullyniskin 




Dunleer 


Byrne, John Rogers, Peter Dunleer 




Corcoran, Peter 


Eglish 


Collins, Patk. Eglish, Dnngaunon. 


Errigal Kie-ran . 


M'Shane, Peter Peter O'Connor. Ballygawley 




Crilly, Patrick Ballygawley 


Faugharfc 


Lawless, Nich. Somers, Patrick Kilcurry, Dundalk 


Forkhill 


Clarke, Owen Montague, Chas. Forkhill, Dundalk 


KiUeeshil 


Kerr } Felix Donnelly, John Tullyallen, Dun- 




gannon 




O'Donnell, John Aughnagar, 




Pomeroy 


Kilkerley 


Donnellan, Ber., Stapleton Place.D'd'k. 




Canon M'Bride, John Hag-gardstown, D'alk. 




M'Cann, Thos. Kilkerley, D'alk. 




O'Neill, Francis Bayview Cot.,D'dalk. 


Kildress 


M'Donnell, John Kildress, Cookstown 




Murphy, Edward Dunamore, 




Cookstown. 


Killeavy, Lower 


Quin, Charles, Quinn, Fras. Bessbrook, Co. 




Canon, V.F. Quinn. James Armagh 




Clarke, James Camlough 




Castleblayney 


Killeavy, Upper 


M'Nally, Felix Soraghan, Thos. Mountain Lodge, 




Canon Newry 




Mullen, John Meigh, Newry 



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137 



Parishes. 

Kilmore 



Kilsaran 
Knockbridge 

Lordship and 

Ballymascalon 
Loughgall 

Loughgilly 

Louth 
Lissan 

Maghorafelt and 
Ardtrea N. 

Pomeroy 

Stewartstown 

Tallonstown 

Termonmaguirk . 

Termonfeckin 

Togher 

Tullyallen 

Tynan 



Parish Priests. Curates. 

M'Neece, Felix 

M'Peake, Alex. 

Fagan, Patrick M'Donnell, Jos. 
Markey, John Pentony, Joseph 
M'Aleer, John M'Donnell, Rd. 
Dunne, Joseph Hughes, Patrick 

Doherty, John 

Vallely, Ptk. Campbell, Peter 
Blacker, Edmnd. 
Maguire, James Rogers, Michael 
Kenny, Patrick M'Verry, Fras. 

Quinn, John, Rafferty, Mchl. 
Canon, V.F. Moore, Peter 

O'Callaghan, Larkin, James 

John P. 
Quinn, Peter Gush, Peter 

Ward, Francis 
Dillon, Alex., M 'Oscar, Hugh 

Canon Ward, J. V. 

Donnelly, F. Rogers, Thomas 
Carraher, John 
M'Culla, Thos. Matthews, Peter 

Finnegan, P. Woods, John 

Geatens, Patrick 
Carolan, Francis 

M'Cooey, James 
M'Rory,Patrick Boyle, Fras. 



Post Towns. 

Mullavilly, 

Tandragee 
Stonebridge, Co. 

Armagh 
Castlebellingham 

Knockbridge, 

Dundalk 
Ravensdale, 

Dundalk 
Loughgall, 

Armagh 
Annaghmore, 

Portadown 
Whitecross, Armagh 
Belleeks 

. Louth, Dundalk 
Lissan, Cooks- 
town 

Magherafelt 
Newbridge, 

Toomebridge 
Pomeroy, Co. 

Tyrone 
Coalisland 
Stewartstown 
Tallonstown, 

Ardee 
Carrickmore,- Co. 

Tyrone 
Termonfeckin > 

Drogheda 
Togher, Dunleer 

TullyaUen, 

Drogheda 
Mell, Drogheda 
Middletpwn, Co. 
Armagh 



Diocesan Inspector of ScJiools Rev. Eugene O'Callaghan, S.T.L., 
Lisseraw, Camlough, Co. Armagh. 

CHARITABLE INSTITUTIONS IN THE DIOCESE. 

St. Patrick's, Armagh Catholic Diocesan Orphan Society (established 
16th April, 1896). The Society is under the patronage and imme- 
diate direction of His Eminence Cardinal Logue, and an Executive 
Committee of the Clergy. Rev. John Ward, Adm,, Armagh, 
and Rev. J. M'Keone, Adm., Dundalk, are Hon. Sees. 



138 



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[1920 



PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS IN THE DIOCESE, WITH THEIR 
CHAPLAINS. 

Workhouses. Chaplains. 

Ardee V. Rev. P. Lyons, Canon, 

P.P., V.F. 

Armagh Rev. J. Ward, Adm. 
Cookstown 



Dundalk V. Rev. B. Donnellan, 

Canon. 
Dungannon V. Rev. M. Quinn, 

P.P., V.F., Dean. 
Magherafelt Very Rev. John 

Quinn, Canon, P.P., V.F. 
Newry Very Rev. F. M'Nally, 

Canon, P.P. 



Prisons. Chaplains. 

Armagh Rev. Patk. Finnegan. 
Dundalk Rev. Chas. Hurson. 

Military Barracks. Chaplains. 

Military Barracks, Dundalk 

Rev. James M'Keone. 
Military Barracks, Armagh Rev. 

P. Johnson. 

Lunatic Asylum. Chaplain. 

Lunatic Asylum, Armagh Rev. 
M. M'Guone. 



M'Cann's Asylum for the Blind, Armagh. 
The Charles ShieCs Institution, Armagh. 

The County Infirmary, arid The County Tuberculosis Sanatorium, Armagh 
These are attended by the Parochial Clergy. 

RELIGIOUS ORDERS AND CONGREGATIONS IN THE 
DIOCESE. 

FRANCISCANS. 
Franciscan Convent, Drogheda Guardian, Very Rev. A. S. Mullan ; 

Rev. P. A. Corish ; Rev. M. K. O'Regan. 

Confraternities attached to the Church Third Order of St. Francis, 
Confraternity of the Cord of St. Francis, Confraternity of the Holy 
Face. 

DOMINICANS. 
Dominican Convent, Drogheda Prior, Very Rev. J. D. Muckian, O.P. ; 

Sub-Prior, Rev. R. T. Purfield, O.P. ; Very Rev. R. Walsh, 

S.T.M. ; Rev. M. P. O'Flaherty, P.G. 

St. Malachy's Dominican Priory, Dundalk Prior, Very Rev. J. H. 

Flood, S.T.L., O.P. ; Rev. F. J. Powell, S.T.B., O.P. ; Rev. J. D. 

Roche, O.P. ; Rev. J. Noonan, O.P, 

AUGUSTINIANS. 
AugUStinian Convent, Drogheda Very Rev. D. A. Crotty, Provincial; 

Very Rev, B. Bowen, D.D., Prior ; Rev. N. J. O'Keeffe. 

VINCENTIANS. 

Congregation Of the Mission, Armagh Superior, Very Rev. Edmund 
Cullen, C.M. : Rev. C. Murphy, C.M. : Rev. P. Meenagh, C.M. ; 
Rev. T. Rafferty, C.M. 

MARISTS. 

Marist Fathers (Central Chapel of the Arch-Confraternity ot St. Joseph), 
Dundalk President, Very Rev. P. Eus. Byrne, S.M. ; Vice -Superior, 
Rev. John Byrne, S.M. ; Professors, Rev. J. M'Kenna, S.M. ; Rev. 
P. M'Ardle, S.M. ; Rev. E. Hayes, S.M. ; Rev. N. Mathieu, S.M. ; 
Rev. T. Smyth, S.M.; Rev. J. Leonard, S.M.; Rev. M. Burke, S.M. 



1920] DIOCESE OF ARMAGH. 139 



ORDER OF CHARITY. 

Order Of Charity, St. Michael's, Omeath, Novitiate House Rector 
and Master of Novices, Rev. James P. Woodcock. Minister, Rev. 
Arthur J. O'Brien. 

REDEMPTORISTS. 

St. Joseph', Dundalk Very Rev. Jas. P Confer, Rector Rev. James 
T. M'Cann, Rev. Henry Berghman, Rev. Michael Magnier, Rev. 
James O'Brien, Rev. Michael Somers, Rev. John M'Namara, Rev. 
J. B. Coy'e, Rev. Joseph Curran, Rev. Edward M'Loughlin, Rev. 
John Curley, Rev. Michael Geraghty, Rev Christopher O'Flynn, 
Rev. John Mulligan, Rev. Brendan Treacy, Rev. John O' Sullivan, 
Rev. Francis O'Rourke, Rev. Thomas Fleming, Rev. Francis 
Gilmartin. Address St. Joseph's. 

CHRISTIAN BROTHERS. 

Christian Brothers, Greenpark, Armagh Director, Rev. Br. M. L. 

Maher. 185 pupils. The Brothers conduct Primary and Secondary 

Schools. 
Christian Brothers, Drogheda Director, Rev. Br. W. K. Leahy. 300 

pupils attend St. Joseph's, Sunday's Gate, and 100 Our Lady of 

Lourdes Schools, West Gate. This establishment is equipped with 

a fine Laboratory and Science School, and pupils are prepared for the 

Intermediate and Civil Service Examinations, etc. 
Christian Brothers, Dundalk .Director, Rev. Br. P. C. Burke. 520 

pupils. Pupils prepared for the Intermediate. University, and 

Civil Service Examination?, Science, Drawing, Manual Instruction, 

and Commercial Classes. 
Brothers Of the Christian Schools (De la Salle), Ready Director. 

Brother Edmund. 
Brothers Of the Christian Schools (De la Salle), Ardee Superior, 

Brother Florence. 
Presentation Brothers, Dungannon Superior, Br. J. O'Connor. Number 

of pupils, 200. 
Brothers Of the Christian Schools (De la Salle), Dundalk Director, 

Rev. Br. William. 330 children on rolls. Special Commercial Class. 

DOMINICAN CONVENT. 

Sienna Convent, Drogheda A first-class boarding and day school for 
young ladies. Prioress, Mrs. D'Arcy ; Community, 40. Chaplains, 
The Dominican Fathers, St. Magdalen's. 

CONVENT OF THE SACRED HEART. 

Convent Of the Sacred Heart, Armagh Boarding school for girls. The 
Nuns have also charge of a National School attended by 360 
children. Number of Community, 35. Superior, Rev. Mother Lacey. 
Chaplain, Rev. Arthur Toner, C'.C. 

PRESENTATION CONVENTS. 

Presentation Convent, Drogheda A large day school, upwards of 600 
in attendance. -Superioress, Sister Mary Mai achy Gleeson. Number 
of Community, 25. Chaplains, the Curates of the pai'ish. 



140 CATHOLIC REGISTRY. [1920 

Presentation Convent, Portadown Large and flourishing day schools 
under their charge ; night schools. Community, 14. Superioress, 
Sister M. Columba O'Connor. Chaplain, Rev. Thos. M'Donald, C.C. 

CONVENTS OF THE SISTERS OF MERCY. 

Convent of the Sisters of Mercy, St. Malachy's, Dundalk^ founded 
1847 Large National Schools, 800 pupils. Select Day and Inter- 
mediate School. Female Orphanage and Industrial School, 120 
inmates. Also a School for Lace -making Knitting, Vestments and 
Altar Linen, with 36 girls employed. Large Public Laundry, in which 
over 50 women and girls are employed. Four Sisters in charge of 
Workhouse Hospital and School. Five Sisters also attend a large 
Branch School recently opened on Castletown Road. 250 pupils. 
Community, 49. Superioress, S. M. Bernardino Dolan. Chaplain, 
Rev. M. Kerr, C.C. 

Convent Of the Sisters Of Mercy, Ardee The Sisters visit the sick in 
their homes, and conduct free schools for the poor children of the 
town ; and the Sisters have a thriving Lace Industrial School. 
Select Day School. Four Sisters in charge of Workhouse Hospital 
and School. Superioress, Mrs. Pollen. Community, 23. Chap- 
lain, Very Rev. P. Canon Lyons, S.T.L., P.P., V.F. 

Convent Of the Sisters Of Mercy, Bessbrook, Co. Armagh Superioress, 
Mother Mary Michael M'Keown. Community, 15. Chaplain, Rev. 
Francis Quinn, C.C. 

Convent Of the Sisters Of Mercy, Cookstown The Sisters have charge 
of a flourishing Day School, attended by the children of the town, 
and also of a Night School attended by about 130 mill girls. Irish 
crochet lace made by pupils of evening school orders received. 
Community, 10. Superioress, Mrs. M'Geeney. Chaplain, Very Rev. 
M. Canon Quinn, P.P., V.F. 

Convent Of the Sisters Of Mercy, Dungannon Superioress, Mrs. Mary 
Farrell. Community. 10. The Nuns have National Schools 
attended by 250 children. Chaplain, Rev. J. Harmon. 

SISTERS OF CHARITY. 

Sisters of Charity of St. Vincent de Paul, Drogheda The Sisters visit 
the sick, and conduct an Industrial School for little boys, a National 
School for boys, and an Orphanage for girls. Community, 13. 
Superioress, Sister Clare Redman. 

CONVENT OF ST. CLARE. 

Convent Of St. Clare, Ready, founded 1871 The Nuns have National 
Schools'for the children of the town. 193 pupils ; and a Sunday 
School for girls. Superioress, Mrs. M. J. M'Hugh. Chaplain, Very 
Rev. M. Canon Brady, P.P. Community, 23; 

CONVENT OF ST. LOUIS. 

Convent Of St. Louis, Middletown. Boarding and Day School, also 
Government Industrial School. Superioress, Mrs. Therese Laverty. 
Chaplain, Rev. P. M'Rory, P.P. Community, 22. 



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141 



CONVENT OF MARY IMMACULATE. 

Convent Of Mary Immaculate, Magherafelt The Sisters of the Ira- 
maculate Conception are a branch of the widely propagated Order 
founded in France, and known as THE HOLY FAMILY. Number in 
Community, 9. Chaplain, Very Rev. J. Canon Quinn, P.P., V.F. 
The Sisters have charge of a DaySchool attended by 130 children. 
They have also a Boarding School. 

EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS IN THE DIOCESE. 

St. Patrick's Diocesan CoMege, Armagh Conducted by the Vincentian 
Fathers. President, Very Rev. E. J. Cullen, C.M. Professors, Rev, 
C. Murphy, C.M. ; Rev. P. Meenagh, C.M., B.A. ; Rev. T. Rafferty. 
C.M., B.A.; Mr. T. W. Holden, Mus. Bac. 

St. Mary's College, Dundalk Conducted by the Marist Fathers. 
Patron, His Eminence Cardinal Logue. President, Very Rev. P. 
Eus. Byrne, S.M. ; Vice- Superior, Rev. John Byrne, S.M. ; Pro- 
fessors, Rev. J. Leonard, S.M. ; Rev. P. M'Ardle, S.M. ; Rev, J. 
M'Kenna, S.M. ; Rev. E. Hayes, S.M. ; Rev. T. Smyth, S.M. ; Rev. 
N< Mathieu, S.M. ; Rev. M. Burke. S.M. 

St. Patrick's Male Academy, Dungannon President, Rev. P. M'Kernan, 
B.A., B.D.; Professor, Rev. James O'Flaherty, B.A.. B.D. 

St. Patrick's Female Academy, taught by the Sisters of Mercy. Stu- 
dents of both Male and Female Academies prepared for Intermediate 
and University Examinations, and the Civil Service. 

Armagh Catholic Board Of Education, Armagh Hon. Secretary, Patrick 
La very, Esq., Solicitor, Armagh. 

Tyrone Catholic Board Of Education, Dungannon Hon. Secretary 
Henry Tohall, Esq., J.P., Moy. 

Societies Of St Vincent de Paul at Armagh, Ardee, Bessbrook, Cooks- 
town, Dundalk, Dungannon, Drogheda, Magherafelt, Portadown. 



DIOCESAN 

i 

55 



Bishop 
Parishes . 
Secular Priests . . .149 

Regulars .... 39 
Houses of Regulars . . 7 

Convents . . . . 13 

Nuns . . . .274 

Churches and Chapels. . 156 

Christian Brothers' Schools 3 



SUMMARY. 

Primary Schools . . 224 

Colleges .... 2 
Intermediate Schools for 

Boys .... 3 

Superior Schools for Boys . 3 

For Young Ladies . . 3 

Catholic Libraries . . 30 

Parochial Houses for Priests 61 



Catholic Population 
Non -Catholic Population 

Total Population 


1881 


1891 


1901 


1911 


189.963 
129,308 


164,383 
112,871 


147,358 
100,451 


140,626 
92,706 


319,271 277,254 

i 


247,809 


233,332 



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CATHOLIC REGISTRY. 



[1920 



II. DIOCESE OF MEATH. 

Includes the greater part of Meath, Westmeath, and King's County, 
and a small portion of Longfod, Louth. Dublin, and Cavan. 

Bishop Most Rev. LAURENCE GAUGHRAN, D.D. Consecrated on the 
24th June, 1906. Address Most Rev. Dr. Gaughran, Lord Bishop 
of Meath, Episcopal Residence, Mullingar. 

Bishop's Secretary Rev. J. P. Finegan, C.C., Mullingar. 
Diocesan Catechist Rev. Richard McCullen. 

DIOCESAN DIGNITARIES AND OFFICERS. 

Vicars-General Very Rev. P. Callary, P.P., Tullamore ; Very Rev. 
Denis Flynn, P.P., Kells. 

Vicars- Forane, Deanery of Mullingar Very Rev. D. Cole, > P P * 

Killucan. 
Very Rev. Wm Bracken, P.P., 

Kinnegad. 
Clara Very Rev. M. Bracken, P.P , 

Clara. 

Trim Very Rev. Ml. Woods, P.P. 
Kells 

Duleek Very Rev. John Nulty, P.P., St. 

Mary's, Drogheda. 



PARISHES IN MEATH (66), PARISH PRIESTS AND CURATES. 



Parishes. 


Parish Priests. 


Curates. 


Post Towns. 


Mullingar 


Bishop's Parish 


Carpenter, H. Adm. Mullingar 






Farrell, Bernard 








Kelly, Joseph 








Macken, J. C. 








Finegan, J. P. 




Navan 


Bishop's Parish 


Cooney, N. 


Navan 






O'Reilly, J. 








O'Connor, J. 








Kilmartin, J. 








Conlon, Peter 


[town 


Ardcath 


Leonard J. 


Murray, T. 


Ardcath, Garris- 


Athboy 


O'Farrell, M. 


Smyth, Denis 


Athboy 


Bally more 


Casey,' C. 


Coyne, D. 


Ballymore 


Ballinacargy 


O'Connell, M. 


Martin, J. 


Ballinacargy 


Ballivor and Kil 


Farrell, P. 




Ballivor 


dalkey 




Kelly, Peter 


Kildalkey 


Batterstown 


Fitzsimons,P. 


Cooney, G. 


Kilcloon, Dun- 






boyne 



1920] 



DIOCESE OF MEATH, 



143 



Parishes. 


Parish Priests. Curates. 


Post Towns, 


Blacklion 


Casey, Patrick Grehan, P. 


Beauparc 


Bohermeen 


Smith, R. Brady, P. 


Bohermeen, Navan 


Carnaross 


Kelly, P. 


Carnaross, Kells 


Carolanstown 


Clavin, James McManus, J. 


Kilbeg, Kells 


Castlejordan 


Nulty, James Cunningham, C. 
Farrelly, M. 


Ballynabracky, 
Kinnegad 


Castlepollard 


Daly, Patrick Giles, P. 


Castlepollard 


Castletown 


Corcoran, J. 


Castletown, Kil- 






patrick,Co.Meath 


Castletown- 


M'Namee, Peter Downes, M. 


Castletown- 


Geoghegan 




Geoghegan 




Casey, N. 


Tyrrell's Pass 


Churchtown 


Donnellan, T. 


Dysart, Mullingar 


Clara 


Bracken, M., Adlum, J. 


Clara 




V.F. McCormack. J. 




Clonmellon 


Healy, William Flynn, P. 


Clonmellon 


Collinstown 


Mulvany, J. 


Collinstown 




Keappock, T. 




Curraha 


Dillon, M. 


Curraha, Ashbourne 


Delvin 


Tuite, Patrick Scully, W. 


Delvin, Westmeath 




Cogan, J. - 




Drogheda, St. 


Nulty, John P. Norris, 


St. Mary's, 


Mary's 


V.F. McCann, P. 


Drogheda 


Drumconrath 


Masterson, J. Murphy, P. 


Drumconrath 


Drumraney 


Clarke, Patrick 


Drumraney, Moate 




Judge, B. 


Tang, Bally- 






mahon 


Duleek 


Gillie, Thos. Murphy, J. 


Duleek,Droghede 


Dunboyne 


Brady, Bernard Kelly, P. 


Dunboyne 




O'Neill, A. 




Dunderry 


Casey, Thomas Ellis, T. 


Churchtown, 






Navan 


Dunshaughlin . 


Farrell, Peter McManus, M. 


Dunshaughlin 


Eglish 


Gilsenan, P. Conway, J. V. 


Eglish, Five 






Alley, King's Co. 


Kilcormac 


O'Reilly, E. O'Reilly, J 


Kilcormac, King's Co. 




Kane, J. 


Mount Bolus, King's Co. 


Johnstown 


Tiernan, John Gibbons, E. 


Johnstown, 






Navan 


Kells 


Flynn, D. V.G. Callaghan, J. 


Kells 




Casey, P. 




Kilbeggan 


Cassidy, John Glynn, Jas. 


Kilbeggan 


Kilbride ' . 


Gerrard,Francis Nangle, J. 


Mount nugent 


Kilkenny West, 


Gaughran, T. Kinahan, James 


Glasson, Athlone 


Bunown, and 






Noughaval 




[more 


Killina or Rahan 


~Flynn,J.,S.T.L. Smith, P. 


Killina, Tulla- 


Killucan 


Cole, D., V.F. Farrelly, M. 


Killucan 




Donegan, J. 





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[1920 



Parishes. 


Parish Priests. Curates. 


Post Towns. 


Kilmessan and Morrissey,David Gilmore, J. F. 


Dunsany 


Dunsany 




Kingscourt 


Kelly, S. Casey, J. 


Kingscourt 


Kinnegad 


Bracken, Wm. Smyth, N. 


Kinnegad 




V.F. Brady, E. 




Kilskeer 


Duffy, P. E., Lennon, P. 


Kilskyre, Kells 




S.T.L. 




Lobinstown 


Keane, C. Gilsenan, J. 


Lobinstown, 






Slane 


Longwood 


Rooney, W. Rowan, F. 


Longwood 


Milltown 


Conlan, J. Kiernan, P. 


Milltown, Bal. 






linacargy 


Moyvore 


Dunne, D. 


Moyvore 


Moynalty 


Brogan, John Swan, W. 


Moynalty 


Moynalvy . Cantwell, P. Fegan, W. 


Moynalvy, Sum- 






merhill, Meath 


Multyfarnham . 
Nobber 


Murphy, Jas. Mulvany P. 
Cooke, Patrick Fagan, Joseph 


Multyfarnham 
Nobber 


Oldcastle 


Barry, Robt. Geraghty, J. 


Oldcastle 




Tallan, J. 






Gleeson, W. 




Oristown 


Daly, James Harte, J. 


Oristown, Kells 


Rathcore and 


Gilsenan, Thos. Dunne, J. 


St. Michael's, 


Rathmoylan 


Moran, F. - 


Enfield, Meath 


Rathkenny 


Poland, James Hughes, M. 


Rathkenny, 






Slane 


Ratoath & Ash- 


Kelly, Robert Flynn, E. 


Ratoath 


bourne 






Rochfortbridge . 


Kelly, J. Murtagh, C. 


Rochfortbridge 


Rosnaree and 


Conlan, M. 


Donore, D'gheda 


Donore 






Skryne 


Farrell, C. Kellaghan, E. 


Skryne, Tara 


Slane 


O'Rafferty,John Moore, M. 


Slane 


Stamullen 


Davis, Wm. J. Shaw, T. 


Stamullen, Bal- 






briggan 


Sumnaerhill 


Flanagan, P. Forde, P. 


Summerhill, 






Entield, Meath 


Trim 


Woods, Michael, Caffrey, Thos. 


Trim 




V.F. Murphy, Patrick 




Tubber . Magee, J. L. Flanagan, E. 


Tubber, Moate 


Tullamore . Callary, Philip, Lynam, J. 


Tullamore 




V.G. Daly, E. 






O'Keeffe, T. 




Turbotstown 


Gilsenan, Jas. M'Keever, J. 


Coole, W'meath 


Taghmon and 


Johnson, J. Kelly, Simon 


Taghmon, Mul- 


Turin 


Mulvany. T. 


lingar 



Army Chaplain Rev. J. Coghlan. 



1920] DIOCESE OF MEATH. 145 

PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS IN THE DIOCESE. 

Workhouses. Chaplains. Workhouses. Chaplains. 

Mullingar Rev. H. Carpenter. Castletowndelvin Rev. Patk.Tuite 



Navan Rev. N. Cooney. 
Trim V. Rev. M. Woods. 
Kells Very Rev. Denis Flynn. 
Drogheda Very Rev. J. Nulty. 
Tullamore V. Rev. P. Callarv. 



Oldcastle Rev. Robert Barry. 
Dunshaughlin Rev. P. O'Farrell. 

Prison. Chaplain. 

Tullamore Rev. J. Lynam. 



Military Barracks, Mullingar Chaplain, Rev. Joseph Kelly. 
Lunatic Asylum, Mullingar Chaplain, Rev. B. Farrell. 

RELIGIOUS ORDERS AND CONGREGATIONS IN THE 
DIOCESE. 

Franciscan Abbey, Multyfarnham Very Rev. Fr. John Capistran, 
Prov. ; Very Rev. Fr Flannan, Guardian and Rector ; Rev. Fr. 
Joseph ; Rev. Fr. Michael ; Rev. Fr. Alban ; Rev. Fr. Pacificus f 
Rev. Fr. Francis Xavier. Vice- Rector; Rev. Fr. Vincent. Lay 
Brothers, Br. Felix, Br. Humilis, Br. John, Br. Hugoline, Br. 
Columbanus. 

In connection with the above there is also a Seraphic College, under the 
direction of the Fathers for the Training of Boys of the Irish 
Franciscan Province of St. Patrick. 

Carmelite Convent, Moate Prior, Rev. J. A. Rabbitte ; Rev. C. P. 
Murphy, Rev. J. Fegan, Brother Benedict Short. 

Jesuit Novitiate, St. Stanislaus' College, Tullamore Rector, Very Rev. 

William Henry, S.J. ; Vice-Rector, Rev. Esmond White, S. J. ; 

Rev. G. Byrne, S.J. ; Rev. R. O'Reilly, S.J. ; Rev. W. Sutton, S.J. ; 

Rev. Wm. Power, S.J. ; Rev. J. Casey, S.J. ; Rev. J. Tomkins, S.J.; 

Rev. Ignatius Gartlan, S.J. ; Rev. E. J. Barrett, S.J. ; Rev. F. 

Browne, S. J. ; Rev. R. Devane, S.J. ; Rev. E. Frost, S.J.; Rev. 

Thos. O'Mara, S.J. ; Rev. M. Quinlan, S.J. ; Rev. D. Roche, S.J. ; 

Rev. F. Shaw, S.J. 
Franciscan Monastery, Clara Superior, Brother Austin Quigley. A 

Free School attached. Eight professed members. 

Christian Brothers, Mullingar Director, Bro. T. M. Lenane, 460 pupils. 
Christian Brothers, Kells Director, Brother P. E. Murray. 200 pupils. 
De la Salle Brothers, Navan Directory Brother Albeus. 290 pupils. 

LORETO CONVENTS. 

Loreto Convent, Navan Superioress, Mother Gertrude Connaughton. 
A long-established, first-class Boarding School in which young ladies 
are prepared for Intermediate, N.U.I., and Incorporated Society of 
Musicians Examinations. Chaplain, Rev. Peter Conlan. 

LoretO Convent, Navan, St. Anne's Boarding School for young girls 
in connection with our Primary Schools, Pupils prepared for Business, 
Civil Service, and King's Scholarship Examinations. . 

LoretO Con vent, Mullingar Superioress, Mother Gertrude Connaughton, 
Boarding, Day, Primary, and Intermediate Schools. Chaplains, 
the Parochial Clergy. 



H6 CATHOLIC REGISTRY. [1920 

PRESENTATION CONVENTS. 

Presentation Convent, Mullingar Superioress, Mother Gertrude 

Killian Chaplains, the Parochial Clergy. 
Presentation Con vent, Rahan, Tullamore Superioress, Mother M. Berch- 

mans Colgan. Chaplains, the Parochial Clergy. 

CONVENTS OF MERCY. 
Convent Of Mercy, Tullamore Superioress, Mother M. Veronica 

O'Growney. Chaplains, the Parochial Clergy. 
Convent Of Mercy, Kilcormac Local Superioress, S. M Bonaventure 

Maher. Chaplains, the Parochial Clergy. 
Convent Of Mercy, Navari Superioress, Mother Agnes Gilsenan. 

Chaplains, the Parochial Clergy. 
Convent Of Mercy, Kells Superioress, Mother M. Philomena. Chaplains, 

the Parochial Clergy. 
Convent Of Mercy, St. Mary's, Drogheda Superioress, Mother M. 

Magdalen, Chaplain, Rev. P. Norris. 
Convent Of Mercy, Rochfortbridge Superioress, Mother M. Gertrude 

Smith. Chaplains, the Parochial Clergy. Female Institution for 

the Deaf and Dumb attached to the Convent. 

Convent Of Mercy, Clara Superioress, Mother M. Magdalen. Chap- 
lains, the Parochial Clergy. 
Convent Of Mercy, Kilbeggan Superioress, Mother M. Antonia 

Casey. Chaplains, the Parochial Clergy. 
Convent Of Mercy, Trim Superioress, "Mother Xavier Pentony. 

Chaplains, the Parochial Clergy. 
The Workhouse Hospitals at Mullingar, Navan, Drogheda, Trim, and 

Tullamore are under the charge of the Sisters of Mercy. 

EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS IN THE DIOCESE. 

St. Columba'S Classical School, Tullamore Under the care of the 
Christian Brothers. Director, Rev. Br. A. A. Kelleher. No. of 
Pupils 100. 

Diocesan College of St. Ftnian, Mullingar President, Very Rev. T. 
O'Farrell ; Vice-Pres., Rev. R. Callary, B.A. ; Professors, Very 
Rev. T. O'Farrell ; Rev. R. Callary, B.A.; Rev. M. Weymes, B.A. ; 
Rev. W. Cooney, B.A.; Rev. J. Johnson; Rev. P. Flynn ; Rev. J. 
Conway, Edward S. Farry. Esq. ; Henry R. O'Brien Esq. ; E. Ryan, 
Esq. ; and P. J. Lyons, Esq. 

St. Mary's College, Mullingar Principal, Rev. Brother T. M Lenane. 

Primary Schools There are efficient and numerously attended Christian 
Brothers' Schools at Mullingar, Kells, and Tullamore ; Franciscan 
School in Clara ; Convent Schools, under the Presentation Nuns, in 
Rahan, and Mullingar ; Schools under the Sisters of Mercy in Tulla- 
more, Mullingar, Navan, Kells, Rochfortbridge, Clara, St. Mary's, 
Dogheda ; Trim, Kilbeggan, and Frankfort ; Boarding School under 
the Sisters of Loreto in Mullingar ; Boarding School under the Sisters 
of Loreto, Navan ; and numerously attended and efficient Parochial 
Schools taught by lay teachers, under the management of the 
Parochial Clergy. 

St. Joseph's Institute for the Deaf and Dumb. Rochfortbridge Con- 
ducted by the Sisters of Mercy, Rochfortbridge. 

New Schools, Navan Under charge of De la Salle Brothers. 



1920] 



DIOCESE OF MEATH. 



147 



CHARITABLE INSTITUTIONS. 

Asylum for Infirm Priests, Ballyoate, Mullingar Chaplain, Rev. 
Bernard M'Grath. 

Total Abstinence Society. There is a Total Abstinence Society in 
each Parish of the Diocese. 

Societies Of St. Vincent de Paul at Mullingar, Navari, Tullamore, Kells, 
and Drumconrath. 

Confraternity of the Holy Family : 

Mullingar, under the charge of Rev. J. C. Macken. 
Tullamore, ,, Rev. J. Lynam. 

Trim (Male) Rev. T. Caffrey. 

,, (Female) ., Rev. P. Murphy. 



Confraternity of the Holy Rosary Mullingar, Navan, Killucan, Dun- 
v boyne, and Multyi'arnham. 

Associations in Honour of the Sacred Heart throughout the Diocese. 
Cripples' House, Coole, Westmeath, under charge of Sisters of Chariiy 

(Vincent de Paul). Superioress, Sister Magdalen. Chaplains, 

Parochial Clergy. 



SUMMARY. 



Bishop 
Parishes 
Parish Priests 
Administrators . 
Curates 
Secular Clergy in College 
Parochial and District 
Churches 



1 

66 
63 

2 
81 

7 

144 



Regular Clergy 
Convents of Nuns 

Members in Community 
Monastic Houses 

Members in Community 



21 

13 

124 

3 

17 



Catholic Population 
Non-Catholic Population 

Total Population . 


1881 


1891 


1901 


1911 


107,334 

12,882 


14^8.418 
11. '834 


132,892 
10,272 


127 729 
9,866 


130,21 


160,252 


143,164 


137,595 



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CATHOLIC REGISTRY. 



[1920 



III. DIOCESE OFARDAGH. 

Includes nearly all Longford, the greater part of Leitrim, and portions 
of King's County, Westmeath, Roseommon, Cavan, and Sligo. 

Bishop Most Rev. JOSEPH HOARE, D.D. Consecrated March 19th, 
1895. Succeeded Most Rev. B. Woodlock, D.D. Address Bishop's 
House, St. Michael's, Longford. 

DIOCESE OF ARDAGH AND CLONMACNOISE. 

Dean Very Rev. John Monahan, P.P , D.D., V.F.. Ferbane, King's Co. 
Archdeacon 



Canons. 



Very Rev. Terence Martin, P.P., 

V.F., Edgeworthstown. 
Very Rev. Daniel Grey. 
Very Rev. Matthew Colurab, P.P., 

Ballinahown. 
Very Rev. Felix Doherty, P.P., 

V.F., Mohill. 
Very Rev. Thomas Laj*gan, D.D., 

P.P., Moate. 



Very Rev. Michael Corcoran, P.P., 

Gowna, Cavan. 
Very Rev. Thomas M'Guire, P P., 

V.G., Granard. 
Very Rev. Thomas O'Reilly, P.P., 

Mullahoran. 
Very Rev. Michael J. Masterson, 

President St. Mel's College. 
Very Rev. Denis Reynolds, P.P., 

Killoe. 



DIOCESAN DIGNITARIES AND, OFFICERS. 

Vicar-General Very Rev. Thomas Canon M'Guire, P.P., Granard. 

Vicars-Forane Very Rev. Dean Monahan, P.P., Cloghan ; Very 
Rev. Canon Doherty, P.P., Mohill ; Very Rev. Terence Canon 
Martin, P.P., Edgeworthstown ; Very Rev. Canon O'Reilly, P.P., 
Carrick on-Shannon. 



PARISHES IN ARDAGH AND CLONMACNOISE (41), PARISH 
PRIESTS AND CURATES. 



Parishes. 

Longford 



Abbeylara 
Aghavas 
Annaduff 
Ardagh and Moy- 
dow 

Ballymahon or 
Shrule 


M'Guire, Eug. 
Dolan, Ptk. 
Geraghty, B. 
[Vacant] 



Bornacoola 



Parish Priests. Curates. Post Towns. 

Bishop's Parish Newman, Patrick Longford 

Adm. 

Foley, James 
* Cox, Michael 

Columb, Bernard Abbeylara, Granard 
Ryans, Edward Aghavas, Car rig - 
Egan, James Drumsna [alien 

Doyle, H. Ardagh, Edge- 

Butler, James worthstown 

M'Cabe, Patrick Ballymahon 

Adm. 

Larkin, James [mod 

Guinan, Joseph M'Kenna, John Bornacoola, Dro- 



1920] 



DIOCESE OF ARDAGH. 



149 



Parishes. 


Parish Priests. Curates. Post Towns. 


Cashel 


Brady, John Fallen, William Newtowncashel, 




Longford 


Clonbroney 


Markey, Patrick Montford, Thos. Ballinalee, Edge- 




worthstown 


Clongish 


Skelly, Jos. O'Connor, Peter Newtownforbes 


Clonmacnoise 


Kennedy, Mich'l. Shannonbridge 




Meehan, J. J. Clonfanlough, 




Athlone 


Cloone 


Deniston, Thos. Masterson, Thos. Cloone, Mohill 


Cluanadonald & 


Plunkett, Luke Clondra, Long- 


Kill ash ee 


ford 


Columbkille 


Bedahan, Peter Manning, Bernard Columbkille, Granard 




Rhatigan, Wm. 


Dromard 


Mahon, Edward M'Givney, Jos. Moyne, Arvagh 




Kelly, Peter 


Drumlish 


Keville, John Drumlish 




Cosgrove, John Ballinamuck 


Drumlumman,~N". 


Egan, Robert Mullah oran, Granard 


& Loughduff 


Maguire, Francis Loughduff, Cavan 


Drumlumman, S. 


Ledwith, Peter Carrick, Finea, 


& Ballymachugh 


Granard 




Meehan, Terence Ballynarry, Kilnaleck 


Fenagh 


Farrell, John Skelly, Michael Foxfield, Fenagh 


Gallon and Rey- 


Manning, Jas. Fallon, Thomas Cloghan 


nagh 


O'Reilly, Patrick Banagher 


Gortletteragh 


Murphy, Francis Briody, E. Mohill 


Granard 


M'Guire, Thos., Lynch, Hugh Granard 




Canon, V.F. Bannon, James 


Kilcommock 


Donohoe, Patk. Kenagh, Longf'd 


Kilglass, Legan . 


Dowdall, James Kelly, Patrick Lenamore, 




Longford 


Kille'nummery & 


Manly, P. J. O'Reilly, Francis Dromahair 


Killery 


Kiernan, John Ballintogher 


Killoe 


Reynolds, Denis, Conefrey, Peter Killoe, Longford 




Canon 


Kilronan 


Meehan, Patrick Clancy, P. Keadue, C.-on-S. 




Higgins, James Arigiia, C.-on-S, 


Kiltoghert 


O'Reilly, Thos., O'Reilly, Edward Gowel, Carrick- 




Canon. on -Shannon 




Dalton, Edward Carrick-on-Shan. 




O' Farrell, Wm. 


Kiltubrid 


M'Gaver, A. Burke, Michael Drumcong, Car. 


Mary's, St. 


Goodwin, John, Daly, Philip Athlone [on-S. 


(Athlone) 


Aclm. Lennon, Joseph 


Moate & Caulry 


Langan, Very Connolly, Eugene Moate 




Rev., Canon, Skelly, Francis 




D. D. Bannon, Bernard 


Mostrim 


Martin, Ter., Curran, John Edgeworthstown 




Canon, V.F. 


Millane and 


Columb, Mattw. Masterson, Hugh Ballinahown, 


Ballinahown 


Canon Reynolds, Fras. Athlone 



13 



150 



CATHOLIC REGISTRY. 



[1920 



Parishes. 

Mohill 

Murhan 
Rathaspick and 

Russagh 
Rathcline 
Scrabby and Co- 

lumbkille, E. 
Street 
Taghshiney and 

Carrickedmond 
Wheery and 

Tisaran 



Parish Priests. 



Curates. 



Doherty, Felix, Duffy, John 

Canon, V.F. Pinkinan, John 
M'Cabe Matthew Casey, John 
O'Harai Patrick 

Murray, Win. Higgins, Pat 
Corcoran, Michl., Lee, John 

Canon Dooner, Michael 

M'Goey, Thomas Goodwin, Jos. 
M'Givney, Peter Mo ran, William 



Post Towns. 

Mohill 

Drumshambo 
Rathowen 

Lanesborough 
Gowiia, Cavan 
Bring, Granard 
Street, Rathowen 
Taghshiney 

Ferbane 



Monahan, John, Brady, Edward 
D.D., P.P., Donlon, James 
V.F., Dean 

Military Chaplains Rev. Patrick Kilduff, Rev. Peter O'Farrell, Rev. 
John Meehan. 



PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS IN THE DIOCESE. 



Workhouses. Chaplains. 

Longford Rev. P. Newman, Adm, 
'Carrick-on-Shan non Very Rev. 

Thos. Canon O'RoiUy. 
Mohill Very Rev. Canon Do- 
herty, P.P. 

RELIGIOUS ORDERS AND 



Workhouses. Chaplains. 

Granard -Very Rev. Thomas 

M'Guire, V.F. 
Ballymahon Rev. Patk. M'Cabe 

Adm. 
Athlone Rev. John Good win, Adm. 

CONGREGATIONS IN THE 



DIOCESE. 

FRANCISCANS. 

Franciscan Convent, Athlone Very Rev Fr. Fridolin, Guardian. 
Rev. Fr. Columba, Rev. Fr. Anthony, Rsv. Fr. Stanislaus, Rev. 
Fr. James, Rev. Fr. Jerome ; Brothers Leonard and Charles. 
CONVENTS OF THE S9STERS OF MERCY. 

Our Lady of Mercy, St. Joseph's Convent of, Longford Superioress, 
Mrs. Greene. Attendance in National School, 300. The Sisters prepare 
pupils for King's Scholarships, Intermediate, National Coll of Music, 
Irish Society of Musicians, Lein^ter College of Musiq and other 
Exams. " The McGoey Institute " is managed by the Sisters. In 
this Factory about 40 young girls are employed in Hoisery, Knitting, 
Shirt, Underclothing and Lace-making. The Sisters have charge of 
the Union Hospital and a Branch House, "St. Elizabeth's," Edge- 
worthstown, where they have the National School. Pupils 120. 
These Convents have no Government grant or endowment. 

Our Lady Of Mercy, Convent Of, Moa'te Superioress, Mrs. A. Antonia 
McDonnell. The Sisters conduct the National School and an In- 
dustrial School for Girls. St. Mary's Residential Technical School, 
where Girls are taught all branches of Domestic Science. Cookery, 
Laundry, Dressmaking, Dairying and Poultry-rearing. A limited 
number of Boarders are received and prepared for King's Scholar- 
ship and Intermediate Examinations. Also for Book-keeping, 
Shorthand and Typewrtiing. 
The Sisters have charge of the Union Hospital, At.hlone, 



1920] DIOCESE OF ARDAGH. 151 

Our Lady of Mercy, St. Michael's Convent of, Newtownforbes, 
Superioress, Mother M. Gabriel Martyn. The Sisters have an 
Industrial School, Boarding School, National School, also Public 
Steam Laundry, where young women are employed. 

Olr Lady Of Mercy, Convent Of, Ballymahon Superioress, Mother Mary 
Ignatius. The Sisters have charge of the Workhouse Hospital and 
Schools ; also Boarding School for pupils who are prepared for 
Intermediate and King's Scholarship Examinations. 

Our Lady Of Mercy, Convent Of, St. Anne's, Mohill Superioress, 
Mother M. Clare (Mrs. Banahan). The daily average attendance 
at National Schools, 200. The Sisters are in charge of the Poor- 
house Hospital and Schools. 

Our Lady Of Mercy, Convent Of, Granard Superioress, Mother M. 
Joseph Hoare. The Sisters have charge of the Workhouse School, 
National Schools, and Intermediate School. 

Our Lady Of Mercy, Convent Of, St. Elizabeth's, Edgeworthstown 
This Convent is a branch of St. Joseph's Convent, Longford. The 
Sisters have charge of the National School ; number on rolls, 200. 

FRANCISCAN CONVENT. 
Franciscan Convent of Perpetual Adoration, St. Mary of the Angels, 

Drumshambo Abbess, Rev. Mother Mary of St. Boriaventure 
(Mary Tyrrell). Chaplain, Rev. Mat. M'Cabe, P.P. Religious, 
43. The object of this Institute is the Perpetual Adoration of the 
Most Blessed Sacrament Exposed, the Chanting of the Divine Office 
and Office of the Blessed Virgin, and intercessory prayer for the con- 
version of Jews, infidels, heretics, and sinners. Daily Mass and 
Benediction ; the Exposition continues day and night. 
Msunt SJ. Francis, lately established at Drumsna, succursal to above. 

MARIST CONVENT. 

Marist Convent, Mount St. Joseph, Carrick on- Shannon Superioress, 
Sister M. St. Laurence O'Toole. Boarding, Intermediate and 
National Schools. Pupils prepared for Music, Commercial, Pupil 
Teachers' Examinations, Senior Students for Matriculation N.U.I., 
Co. Council and King's Scholarship Examinations. The Sisters have 
also charge of the Workhouse Hospital. 

CONVENT OF THE ORDER OF CLUNY. 

Convent Of the Order Of Cluny, St. Joseph's, Ferbane, King's County 
Superioress, Mother Lucy Dunne. Community, 19 ; number of pupils 
in Boarding School, 44 ; National School, 89. 

CONVENTS OF LA SAINTE UNION. 

Th) Convent of La Sainte Union des Sacres Coeurs, Banagher, King's 
Co. A Boarding and Day School for Girls; Preparatory School 
for Boys ; National School for Girls and Infants. Superioress, 
Rev. Patrick O'Reilly, Chaplain. 

Co went of La Sainte Union des Sacres Coeurs, Our Lady's Bower, 
Athlone Educational Establishment for the Higher Classes, Young 
Ladies and little Boys, and Infant and Female National Schools. 
The Sisters have also Sunday Schools for the Factory Girls. 
Superioress, Mother M* Maiachy, Chaplain, Rev. P. Daly. 



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EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS IN THE DiOQESE. 

College Of St. Mel, Longford, under the patronage and immediate 
inspection of the Bishop of tlio Diocese. President, Very Rev. 
Michael J. Canon Masterson. Professors, Very Rev. Michael Master- 
son, Rev. Patrick Gray, B.C.L., B.Ph. and B.S.T. ; Rev. Denis 
O'Kane, S.T.L., B.C.L. ; Rev. Edward M'Cormac, B.A., B.D. ; 
Rev. James Reynolds, B.Ph., B.A. ; John Lee, Esq. ; T. F. Murray, 
Esq. ; Maurice V. Moore, Esq., Michael Rigney, Esq. 

Intermediate Schools (under the patronage of the Bishop) : 

St. Mary's Monastery, Athlone, under the care of the Marist Brothers. 
St. Mary's, Carrick-on-Sliannon, under the cara of the Presentation 

Brothers. ' 

St. Mary's School, Dromard, Moyne, Cavan. Superior, Rev. P.P. Kelly, 

13. A., B.C.L. 

Industrial Schools, Moate and Newtownforbes Managed by the 
Sisters of Mercy, under Government inspection ; Longford Technical 
School for Girls, the M'Goey House of Industry, managed by the 
Sisters of Mercy, under the direction of the principal merchants of 
the town. 



Societies ot St. Vincent 

Longford. 



Bishop 
Parishes 
Parish Priests 
Administrators 
Curates, etc. 
Regular Clergy 
Professors 
Churches 



Pa'Ji at Athlone, Carrick- on- Shannon, 



SUMMARY. 

1 Convent and College Chapels 12 
41 Seminary 

Ecclesiastical Schools . . 3 

House of Regulars . . 1 
Convents . . .12 
Monastery and Monastic 

Schools ... 2 



3 

55 

4 

5 

75 



Catholic Population 
Non- Catholic Population 

Total Population 


1881 


1891 


1901 


1911 


128,084 
11,541 


112,523 

9,757 


100,819 
8,512 


94,827 
7,553 


139,625 


122,280 


109,331 


102,380 



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153 



IV. DSOCESE OF CLOGHER. 

Includes Monaghan, almost the whole of Fermanagh, a large portion 
of Tyrone, with portions of Donegal, Louth, and Cavan. 

Bishop Most Rev. PATRICK M'KENXA, D.D. Consecrated 10th October, 
1909. Successor to the late Most Rev. Dr. Owens. Address 
Most Rev. Dr. M'Keniia, Lord Bishop of Clogher, Bishop's House, 
Monaghan. 

CHAPTER OF CLOGHER. 

Dean Vacant. 

Precentor Very Rev. Laurence Keenan, P.P., Tullycorbet. 
Chancellor Very Rev. Patrick M'Donnell, P.P., Innismacsaint. 
Archdeacon Very Rev. Patrick Keown; P.P., V.G., Carrickmacross. 
Treasurer Very Rev. Michael McGlone, P.P., Raslea. 
Theologian Right Rev. Mons. McCaffrey, D.Ph., S.T.L., Maynooth 
College. 



Canons, 



Very Rev. George Canon M'Meel, 

D.D., P.P., Clones. 
Very Rev. Felix Canon M'Keniia, 

P.P., Muckno. 
Very Rev. Eugene McMtihon, P.P., 

Cleenish. 
Very Rev. William O'Doherty, 

P.P., Whitehill. 



Very Rev. Thomas Duffy, P.P., 

Maguiresbridge. 
Very Rev. Michael O'Doherty, 

P.P , Donaghrnoyne 
Very Rev. Denis McGrath. B.D., 
. B.C.J*r,P*esident, St. Macartan's 
Seminary. 



Vicars-General Very Rev. Patrick Keown, P.P., Carrickmacross, 
and Very Rev. John Tierney, P.P., Enniskillen. 

Diocesan Inspector of Schools Rev. William Cullinan, St. Macartan's 
Cathedral, Monaghan. 



PARISHES IN CLOGHER (40), PARISH PRIESTS AND CURATES, &c. 

(106). 

Parishes. 

Monaghan 



Clontibret 



Aghabog 



Parish Priests. 

Bishop's Parish 

M'Kean, Patk, 


Curates. 

Mulligan, Philip 
Adm. 
M'Namee, Jas. J. 
Edward O'Harte 
Duffy, James 
Adm. 
Patrick McQuaid 
Eugene Coyle 
Hackett, Francis 


Post Towns. 

Monaghan 

Annyalla, 
Castleblayney 

Clontibret, ,, 
Latnamard, 
Newbliss 



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Parishes. 

Aughavea 

Augliintaine 

Aughnamullen 

East 
Aughnamullen 

West 
Blackbog 

Carrickmacross 

Cleenish 


Clogher 

Clones 



Currin 
Derrygonnelly 



Donagb 
Donaghmoyne 

Donacavy 

Dromore 
Drummully 
D^rumsnat and 
Kilmore 

Ematris 
Enniskillen 

Errigal Truagh 



Parish Priests. Curates. Post Towns. 

O'Connor, Jos. Brookeborough 

Dempsey, Patk. Coonian, Five- 

miletown 
Fivemiletown 



Kelly, Patrick 

Mulligan, Patk. Boylan, Albert 

M'Meel, Hugh Brannan 4 Thos. 



Shantonagh, 

Castleblayney 
Latton, Co.Mona- 

ghan 

Ederney, Co. 
Fermanagh 



Fitzpatrick,Ptk. Kelly, Patrick 
Magee, Arthur 

Keown, Patrick Cullinan, Patrick Carrickmacross 
Archdeacon, Nolan, James 
V.O. M'Caffrey, Fras. Corduff 

M'Mahon, Eug., Crudden, John Arney, Ennis- 
Canon. killen 

Caulfield, Terence Belcoo, Blacklion 
Smyth, James Maguire, Thos. Clogher, Tyrone 

M'Meel, George, Donnelly, Fras. J. Clones 
D.D., Canon O'Daly, James 
Ward, Edward 

Breen, Patrick Keelan, John Scotshouse, Clones 
Maguire, P. H. Monea, Ennis- 

killen 

Connolly, Midhl. Derrygonnelly 
Toal, Bernard 
Meenan, John Glasslough 

O'Harte. James Emyvale 

O'Doherty, Donaghmoyne, 

Michael, Carrickmacross 

Canon Connolly, Thos. Lisdoonan, do. 

Eardley, Charles Broomfield, 

Castleblayney 
Rapmund, Jos. Timoney, John Fintona 



M'Kenna, J. E. Dignam, P. C. 
O'Doherty, T. Kiernan John 

Clinton, Mark 



Quigley, Edward 



Dromore 

Newtownbutler 

Stranooden, 

Co. Monaghan 
M'Garvey, Berd. Threemilehouse, 

Monaghan 
Rockcorry 



Tierney, John, Gormley, Daniel Enniskillen 
V.G~ M'Manus, Francis 

Meegan Thomas 

Marron, James St. Joseph's, Emyvale 

M'Carney, Patk, St. Patrick's, 

Aughnacloy 
Kiernan, Peter St. Joseph's, Emyvale 



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155 



Parishes. 

Eskra 



Devenish West . 
Inniskeen 
Innismacsaint 
Killanny 

Killeevan 


M'Cleary, P. A. Connolly, Peter Devenish, Bel leek 
McDonald, Hugh Fermanagh 
Maguirc, Brnd. Gilmartin, Laurence Inniskeen,Dun- 
dalk 
McDonnell, Patk. Wood, Michael Bundoran 
Chancellor Trainer, John Ballyshannon 
Hackett, James Ballymackney, 
Dundalk 
Smyth, Peter Corcreasj-h, Dundalk 
McAdam, Eug. M'Kenna, Felix Newblisa 



Kilskeery 
Magheracloone 

MaguJresbridge 



Muckno 
Pettigo 

Roslea 

Tempo 
Tullycorbet 

Tydavnet 



Tyholland 
Whitehill 



Parish Priests. 

M'Meel, Patrick 



Curates. 



Post Towns. 

Eskra, Omagh 



Maguire, Matt. M'Manus, Jas. 
Maguire, Andrew 



Duffy, Thomas, 
Canon 

M'Kenna, Felix 

Canon 
O'Kieran, Laur. 



Trillick, Co. Tyrone 
Mentana Ho., 

Carri ckmacross 
Courtney, Patrick Magheracloone, K'ct. 
Lisnaskea, Ferm. 
Maguiresbridge 
Lisnaskea 
Castleblayney 



Cullinan. Patk. 
MacCaughey J. 
Ward, John J. 
Hackett, Eugene 



Magheramena, 
Co. Fermanagh 

Pettigo 

Belleek, Co.Ferm; 

Roslea, Co. Fer- 
managh 

Tempo 

Ballybay 



Hackett, Berd. 
Sreenan, Patrick 
M'Glone, Michl., Shiel, James 

Canon Donnelly, John 

Maguire, Bernd. 
Keenan, Laur., O'Brien, Wm. 

Canon Murphy, Patrick 

McPhillips. Jas. M'Kenna, J. P. Scotstown, 

Monaghan 

Murray, Laurence Tydavnet 

M'Quaid, P. Silverstream, Mon. 

O'Doherty,W.C; Irvinestown, 

Canon Ward, Patrick Whitehill 

Ballinamallard 



PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS IN THE DIOCESE. 



Workhouses. Chaplains. 

Ballyshannon Very Rev. Patrick 

McDonnell, P.P. 
Carrickmacross 

Castleblayney Very Rev. Felix 

M'Kenna, P.P. 
Clones Very Rev. George M'Meel, 

P.P. 



Workhouses. Chaplains. 

Ennislcillen Very Rev. John 

Tierney, P.P., V.G. 
Lisnaskea -V. Rev. T. Duffy, P.P. 
Monaghan Rev. Philip Mulligan, 

Adm. 

Lunatic Asylum. Chaplain. 
Monaghan Rev. Philip Mulligan, 

Adm. 



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EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS IN THE DIOCESE. 

The Diocesan Seminary of St. Macartan, at Monaghan, conducted under 

the immediate direction of the Bishop of the Diocese President, 
Very Rev. Denis Canon McGrath, B.D., B.C.L. Dean Rev. Hugh 
Finegaii. Professors Very Rev. Denis McGrath, Rev. Patrick 
Gannon, Rev. Francis McConnell, S.T.L. ; Rev. John Murphy, B.A. , 
B.D. ; Rev. Bernard O'Daly, B.A. ; Rev. John McKenna, B.A. ; 
Mr. Francis Duffy. Professor of Music, Rev. Bernard O'Daly. 
Drawing Master, Rev. Bernard O'Daly. Drill Master, Mr. Woods. 

Christian Brothers, Monaghan Superior, Rev. Brother Robinson } 
180 pupils. 

Presentation Brothers, St. Michael's Presentation Monastery and 
Schools, Enniskillen Superior, Rev. Brother A. Shine; Primary 
Schools, 220 ; Intermediate School, 40. 

Brothers of St. Patrick, Patrician Monastery and Schools, Carrick- 
macross Superior, Rev. Br. Ambrose J. Campion. Pupils, 200. 

Brothers of the Christian Schools (De ia Salle), Ballyshannon Superior, 
Rev. Br. Declan. 



RELIGIOUS ORDERS AND CONGREGATIONS IN THE 
DIOCESE. 

Passionist Novitiate, Blessed Gabriel's Retreat, The Graan, Enniskillen 
Very Rev. William Brerman, Rector; Very Rev. Ephrem O'Connell, 
Master of Novices ; Rev. Ansalm Nolan, Vice-Rector ; Rev. Cornelius 
O'Brien, Vice-Master; Rev. Hugh Keegan ; Rev. Reginald O'Neill. 

SANCTUARY OF LOUGH DERG. 

Sanctuary Of Lough Derg, Pettigo, Co. Donegal. The Station for 
Pilgrims opens on 1st June and closes on 15th August. Two large 
Hospices provided for reception of Pilgrims. 

SISTERS OF ST. LOUIS. 

Sisters Of St. Louis, Louis Ville, Monaghan Superior, Mother 
Michael Cahill. Religious, 56. Boarders, 145 Convent National 
School, attendance, 400. St. Martha's Industrial and St. Dympna's 
Technical School, 130 children. Chaplains, Parochial Clergy. 

Sisters Of St. Louis, Essex Castle, Carrickmacross Superior, Mother 
M. Catherine Phelaii. Religious, 34. Boarders, 140 ; Day Pupils, 34 ; 
National School, attendance 400. In connection with the National 
School there is a special Industrial Class, where the young girls and 
women of the district are employed at lace-making and machine- 
knitting. Servants' Training School, 24. The Sisters have also 
charge of the Workhouse. Chaplains, Parochial Clergy. 

Sisters Of St. LOUiS, Bundoran. Superior, Mother M. Bonaventure. 
Religious, 9. Convent School, attendance 230. Chaplains, Parochial 
Clergy. 



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157 



Sisters Of St. Louis, Clones. Superior, Mother Aneela Kehoe. 

Religious, 10. Convent National School, attendance, 280. Chaplains, 

Parochial Clergy. 
St. Joseph's Orphanage, Bundoran. Chaplain, Rev. John McDermott, 

SISTERS OF MERCY. 

Sisters Of Mercy, Enniskillen Superioress, Mrs. McHugh, in religion 
Sister M. Immaculata. Community, 28. National School attendance, 
350. Infant School, Abbey Street, attendance 100. Intermediate 
Classes. Visitation of the Sick and Poor in the locality and 
Hospitals. - Chaplains, Parochial Clergy. 

Sisters Of Mercy, Castleblayney Superioress, Mrs. M'Hugh, in religion 
Sister M. de Saint Esprit. Community, 14. Girls' National School, 
attendance 130. Infant National School, attendance 165. Visitation 
of Sick and Poor in Town and also in Workhouse and Hospital. 
Sisters have been appointed to the positions of Matron and Head 
Nurse in the Workhouse, and apartments have been fitted up for the 
accommodation of three or more Sisters. Chaplains, Parochial 
Clergy. 

Sisters Oil Mercy, Workhouse, Ballyshannon Sister in charge, Sister 
M. Aidan Stephens. Chaplain, Very Rev. Patrick Canon 
M'Donnell, P.P. 

Societies Of St Vincent d8 Paul at Monaghan, Ballybay, Ballyshannon, 
Carrickmacross, Castleblaney, Clones, Enniskillen, Irvinestown. 

SUMMARY. 



Bishop 
Parishes . 
Parish Priests 
Administrators 
Curates, etc. 
In College 



1 

40 
38 

2 
60 



Churches . . .87 

Colleges .... 4 
Convents 8 

Christian Brothers' School . 1 

Presentation Monastery . 1 

Patrician Monastery . . 1 



Catholic Population 
Non -Catholic Population 

Total Population 


1881 


1891 


1901 


1911 


137,960 
74,714 


116,429 

65,368 


101,162 
57, ITS 


98,690 
53,040 


212,674 


181,797 


158,340 


151,730 



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CATHOLIC REGISTRY. 



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V. DIOCESE OF DERRY. 

Includes nearly the whole of Londonderry, part of Donegal, and a 
large portion of Tyrone. 

Bishop Most Rev. CHARLES MAcHucu, D.D. Consecrated 29th 
September, 1907. Succeeded the Most Rev. Dr. O'Doherty. Address 
Bishop's House, Derry. 



DIOCESAN DIGNITARIES AND OFFICERS. 

Vicar -Generals Right Rev. Mgr. M'Gurk, P.P., Maghera; Very Rev. 
John O'Doberty, P.P., Strabane. 

Vicar s-Forane Rt. Rev. Mgr. O'Doherty, P.P., Omagh ; Very Rev. 
Philip O'Doherty, P.P., Carndonagh ; Very Rev. Jas. O'Kane, P.P., 
Urney, and Very Rev. P. McNamee, P.P., Bellaghy. 

PARISHES OF DERRY (39), PARISH PRIESTS AND CURATES. 



Parishes. 

Templemore 
or Derry 

St. Eugene's 



St. Columb's 



Ardstraw, E. 
Ardstraw, W. 



Badoney, Up. 
Badoney, Lr. 
Ballynascreen 
Ballyscullion 

Banagher & part 

of Bovevagh 
Burt and Inch , 



Parish Priests. Curates. Post Towns. 

Bishop's Parish, Hegarty, Laur., Bishop's House, 

Adm. , Derry 

M'Glynn, Hugh 
M'Gettigan, Jn. 
O'Doherty, John 

O'Neill, Walter J., The Presbytery, 

Adm. Victoria Place, 

Smyth, Michael Derry 
Kerlin, Chas. H. 
Faulkner, Geo. 

M'Laughlin.Wm Gerry, Patk. Jas. Newtownstewart 
Nelson, George O'Doherty, A. Carncorn, 

Castlederg 

Cullen, Chas. V. Drumlega, New- 
townstewart 
Plumbridge 

Lagan, James Cranagh, P'bdge 
Timiey, Joseph Gortin, County 



M'Goerty, Jas. 
Healy, Francis 
Boyle, Hugh 



Duffy, Fras. 
Walsh, Richard 
M'Namee, Peter M'Bride, J. 

M'Keefry, Patk. MacNamee, B. 

M'Master, A. 
O'MuUin, Michl. 



Tyrone 
Drapers town 

Bellaghy, Co, 

Derry 
Park, Derry 

Fahan, Derry 



M'Connelloge, T. Burt, Derry 



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DIOCESE OF DERRY. 



159 



Parishes. 


Parish Priests. Curates. Post Towns. 


Cappagh 


O'Kane, James O'Callaghan, P, Campsie, Omagh 




M'Kenna, John Mount joy, Omagh 


Clonca 


Morris, James Campbell, Andr. Malin 




O'Kane, Hugh Malin Head 


Cloiileigh and 


O'Doherty,John Tracy, Peter Strabane 


Camus 


V.G. O'Mullen, Patk. 




O'Neill, Anthony Murlog, Lifford 


Clonmany 


Maguire, James Coiiway, Patrick Clonmany 




M'Kenna, Michael 


Culdaff 


M'Cullagh, Frs. M'Glynn, James Culdaff, Derry 


Cumber, Up., & 


O'Doherty, M'Menamin, Ml. Claudy, Derry 


Learmoiit 


Patrick 


Desertegny and 


O'Doherty, Wm. O'Kane, John F. Buncrana 


Fahan, Lower 


Agnew, Thos. 




Lagan, John 


Desertmartin & 


O'Brien, John M'Cullagh, Peter Desertmartin, 


Kilcronaghan 


Co. Derry 


Drumachoose, 


M'Glade, J. J. Limavady 


Tamlaght,Fin- 


Kerlin, Patk. Bellarena, Derry 


lagan,and part 1 M'Rory, Jame.5 Limavady 


of Aghanloo 


Donagh 


O'Doherty,PhilipReid, Daniel Carndonagh 


M.R.I.A., V.F. Murphy, Wm. [bane 


Donaghedy 


M'Glinchy, Jiio. Conway, Joseph Donemana, Stra- 


Donaghmore 


McKeefry, Jos. Byrne, Chas. Killygordan 




Dee, Thomas Ballybofey 




Harkin, Jas. Castlefin 


Drumragh 


O'Doherty, Rt. M'Faul, Chas. Omagh 




Rev.Mgr.,V.F. Elliott, Win. 


Dunboe, Macos- 


Connery, Matt. McGilloway, A. Coleraine 


quin,Aghadowey 


McKenna, Paul Aghadowey, 




Ballymoney 


Dun given & part 


Quigley, Denis Brennan, John Dungiven 


of Bovevagh 


Hegarty, Walter 


Errigal 


Kearney, Jas. McGurk, Peter Garvagh 


Faughanvale and 


M'Eldowney, J. O'Neill, Felix Eglintoii, Derry 


Cumber, Lr. 




Glendermott 


M'Feely, Wm. B. Devlin, P. Waterside, Derry 




Mahon, Peter 




Kelly, Patrick 


Greencastle 


MGeown, Michl. Coj'le, John Greencastle, 




Gortin 


Iskaheen and 


Gribbon, John Smith, B. Drumskellan, 


Upper Moville 


Ture, Derry 




Hegarty, Thos. Drung, Derry 


Kilrea and 


M'Crea, D. F. M'Geown, Peter Kilrea 


Desertoghill 




Langfield 


Duggan, N. Gormley, Patk. Drumquin 



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CATHOLIC REGISTRY. 



[1920 



Parishes. 


Parish Priests. 


Curates. 


Post Towns. 


Leckpatrick & pt. 
of Donaghedy 


Connolly, Saml. 


M' Williams, B. 


Woodend, Stra- 
bane 


Maghera 


M'Gurk, Bern., 


Boj-le, Henry 


Maghera 




RLR.Mgr.,V.G. 






, 


B. O'Kane, D.D. 


Convery, Jos. 






Adm. 






Moville, Lower . 


Sheerin, Michl. 


O'Doherty, W. J. 
M'Loughlin, J. 


Moville, 
Co. Donegal 


Tamlaght 


Magui re, Thomas 


Kelly, Jas. 


Greenlough, 


O'Crilly 






Portglenone 


Termoneeny and 


O'Neill, Michael 


M' Go wan, John 


Knockcloghrim, 


pt. of Maghera 






Co. Derry, 


Termonamongan 


M'Conologue, 


Floyd, Michael 


Killeter, Castle- 




John 


M'Kenna, J. 


derg, Co. Tyrone 


Urney 


O'Kane, James 


Ryan, Geo. 


Bridgend, S bane 




(Melmonnt, 


Fox, Francis 


Urney, Strabane 




Strabane) 


Devine. Joseph 


Castlederg 



PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS IN THE DIOCESE. 



Workhouses. Chaplains. 

Omagh Rev. James O'Kane. 
Castlederg Rev. James O'Kane. 
Derry Rev. W. B. M'Feely, B.D. 
Limavady Rev. J. J. M' Glade. 
Strabane Rev. S. Connolly. 
Carndonagh Rev. P. O'Doherty. 

Religious Diocesan Inspector- 
College, Derry. 



Prison. Chaplain. 

Derry Rev. W. J. O'Neill. 

Lunatic Asylums. Chaplains. 

Omagh Rev. James O'Kane. 
Derry Rev. Laurence Hegarty. 

Rev. P. Devine, St. Cohimb's 



RELIGIOUS ORDERS AND CONGREGATIONS IN THE 
DIOCESE. 

CHRSSTSAN BROTHERS.* 

Christian Brothers, Derry Director, Brother M. F. Murphy 430 
pupils. Omagh 'Director, Brother J. A. Kean. 240 pupils. 

CONVENTS OF THE SISTERS OF MERCY. 

Convent of the Sisters of Mercy, St. Peter's, Derry Superioress, Sister 
Mary Teresa Rice. Number of Religious, 50. Schools St. Mary's 
High School, Artillery Street, Intermediate Course in its entirety. 
Evening Classes for Factory Girls. Classes in Lacemaking,^ Cookery, 
etc. Convent National Schools, City, 3 St. Eugene's, St. Patrick's 
and St. Columba's, in charge of Sisters of Community. 

Convent Of the Sisters Of Mercy, Moville Superioress, Sister Mary 
Camillus Sproule. 



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DIOCESE OF DERRY. 



161 



Convent Of the Sisters Of Mercy, Mt. St. Joseph, Strabane Superioress, 
Sister Mary Angela O'Neill. Large National Schools, Boarding 
School, and Certified Industrial School. 

Convent Of the Sisters Of Mercy, Carndonagh Superioress, Sister 
Mary Patrick Breen. 

LORETO CONVENT. 
LoretO Convent, Omagh Superioress, Sister Mary De Sales Kelly. 



POOR SISTERS OF NAZARETH. 
The Poor Sisters Of Nazareth, Nazareth House, Derry, 

Good Shepherd Convent, Waterside, Darry Chapfam, 
McGlinchy. 



Rev. P. 



EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS IN THE DIOCESE. 

St. Columb'S College, at Casino, Londonderry Under the immediate 

direction of the Lord Bishop of Derry. President, Very Rev. John 
. M'Shane ; Rev. P. Duffy ; Rev. M. Bradley ; Rev. T. J. Doyle, 

B.4.. B.D. ; RBV. O. McMenamin, B.D., S. T.L. ; iiev. Hugh Smyth; 

Rev. James M'Glinchey, Dean ; Messrs. J. T. M'Laughlin ; T. M'E. 

Coulter, B.A. ; D. McKcown, B.Sc. 



Convent Of Ursulines Of ^esilS, Coleraine Boarding and Day School 
for Girls. St. Patrick's Preparatory Boarding and Day School for 
Boys. Parochial Schools are in charge of the Sisters. 

Intermediate School, Loreto Convent, Omagh Boarding and Day 
School. Superioress, Sister Mary De Sal >s. Community, 30. 

Primary Schools A considerable and increasing, but still insufficient 
number of parochial schools are under the clergy. 

Societies Of St. Vincent de Pa^l at Derry, Banagher, Bimcrana, Bally- 
kelly, Carndonagh, Coleraine, Dunboe, Kilrea. Limavady, Melmont, 
Maghera, Moville, Omagh, Strabane. 



SUMMARY. 



Bishop 

Parishes 

Parish Priests 

Administrators 

Curates 

Others 



1 

39 



Total Priests 
Churches . 



37 I Convents . 
2 I College . 
G9 Christian Schools 



114 

80 

6 

1 

2 



Catholic Population 
Non-Catholic Population 

Total Population 


1881 


1891 


1901 


1911 


145.652 
114,796 


132,731 
104,414 


125,387 
97,118 


122,528 
91,350 


260,448 


237,145 


222,505 


213,878 



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[1920 



VI. DIOCESE OF DOWN AND CONNOR. 

includes Antrim, the greater part of Down, and the Liberties of 
Coleraine, in Londonderry. 

Bishop MOST REV. JOSEPH MACRORY, Consecrated 14th November, 
11)15; succeeded Most Rev. Dr. TohilJ. 

Address Trench House, Belfast. 



DIOCESAN DIGNITARIES AND OFFICERS. 

Vicar-General Very Rev. James Hamill, P.P., Whitehouse, Belfast. 
Vicars- Forane Very Rev. James O'Hara, P.P. ; Very Rev. Mark 

M'Cashih, P.P. ; Very Rev. Joseph O'Connor, P.P. ; Very Rev. 

Patrick Convery, P.P. ; Very Rev. Thomas O'Donnell, P.P. ; Very 

Rev. John M'Cartan, P.P. ; Very Rev. John M'Alister, P.P. ; Very 

Rev. H. Boyle, P.P. ; Very Rev. George Crolly, P.P. ; Very Rev. 

Joseph Burns, P.P. ; Very Rev. John Nolan, P.P. ; Very Rev. 

James O'Boyle, B.A., P.P.; Very Rev. John McKialey, P.P.; 

Very Rev. Bernard Murphy, P.P.; Very Rev. P. J. O'Neill, P.P. 
Diocesan Inspector of Schools Rev. James Murphy, St. Malachy's 

College, Belfast. 

PARISHES IN DOWN AND CONNOR (60), PARISH PRIESTS AND 

CURATES. 



Parishes. 

St. Mary's 



St. Patrick's 



BELFAST. 
Parish Priests. Curates, 

Bishop's Parish Murray, H. J., Adm. 
Hassan, J. 
McCudden. R. 



Post Towns. 



O'Neill, J. Adm. 

Laverty, B. 

Napier, J. 

O 'Kelly, P. J. 

Fulbn, J. F. 
Holy Family ,. M'Evoy, Daniel, Adm. 

Bradley, P. 
St. Peter's . M'Donald, T., Adm. 

Lagan, W. P. 

M'Ateer, A. 

Connolly, J. 

Mullaghan, D. 

O'Neill, C., B.A. 
St. Joseph's , McKerma, C., Adm. 

Toal, D. O'R. 

St. Columkille's , O'Brien, J., Adm. 

*Holy Cross , Mangan, Berd. Gavin, Mark 

Rector. Curran. Richard 

Whiteside, Celestine. 
Order of Passionists. Address Holy Cross Monastejy, Crumlin-road, Belfast, 



1920] 

Parishes. 

St. Malachy's 



St. Paul's 



St. Matthew's 



-Knockbreda 



St. Brigid's 

Sacred Heart 
S. Vincent dePaul 



DIOCESE OF DOWN AND CONNOR. 



163 



Parish Priests. Curates. Post Towns. 

McKinley, J., Diamond, E. Belfast 
V.F. AValsh, J. 

M'Auley, T. 
Convery,P.,V.F. Greaven, A., B.A. 

M'Cartan, D. 

M'Namee, B. 

Fullertou, B., B.D. 

McLister. J. 

Crolly, G., V.F. Hayes, M. P. 
- Burns, F. 

McAuley, P. J. 

O'Neill, P. J., MacGowan, J. 
V.F. J31ack, P. 

Xing, James 
M'Donnell, D. M'Killop.G.jB.A. 

Sloane, J. 

O'Neill, J. K. Murray, J. B. 
Laverty, B. J. 



DIOCESE OF DOWN. 

Aghagallon and M'Killop, Ptk. McSparran, J., 
Ballinderry 



Ardkeen 

Ballyphilip 
Ballygalget 
Bangor 
Blaris, etc. 



Bright 
Derryaghy 



Down 

Drumaroad 
Dunsford 
Glenavy and 

Killead 
Holywood 



Aughagallon, 
B.A. Lurgan 

Neeson, Arthur MacKeown, Leo, Kircubbin 

B.A. 

Kennedy, Jos. Bready, A., B.A Portaferry 
M'Al ese-, John . Portaferry 

Scally, P., B.A. Bangor 

M'Cashin, Mark. Smyth, E. P. Lisburn 
V.F.r McLoughlin, M. 

Gillen, J. 

M 'Cambridge, P. Bradley, H. T. KiUough 
Boyle, P. Glen road, Belfast 

Malone, C. Hannastown 

McGuigan, H.,B.A. Rock, Derryaghy 
H. Boyle, V.F. Byrne, Joseph Downpatrick 

Fullen, M. 

O'Reilly, D. Cahill, D., B.A. Castlewellau 

Donnelly, Jos. Murphy, J., B.A. Ardglass 
M'Bride, Fras. Walsh, Wm., B.A.Glenavy 

Magennis,D., B.A, Aldergrove 
McLaverty, P. Holywood 



Hassett, E. 

Kilclief &Strang- ! O'Rawe,Richard Watson, G., B.A Strangford 

Kilcoo [ford ! Eardley, J Kilcoo 

Kilkeel , M 'A lister, J., M'Brid?, John Kilkeel 

V.F. M'Kee, J., B.A. 

Kilmeegan , O'Connor, J.,V.F. Kerr, F. Castlewellan 

Murphy, D, 

Kilmore, etc. , Murphy, Wm, Davey, V., B.A. Crossgar 

O'Hare, T., B.A. Aniiacloy, ^.O 

Tully, A. Loughinisland 



Loughisland 
Maghera, or 
Bryausford 



McWilliams, D. Byrne. Wm. Newcastle 



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[1920 



Parishes. 

Newtownards & 

Comber 
Carrickmannon 

and Saintfield 
Saint Mary's or 

Lower Mourne 
Saul and Bailee 
Tyrella and 

Dundrum 



Ahoghill 
Antrim 

Armoy 

Ballintoy 
Ballyclare 
Ballymoney and 
Derrykeighan 
Braid 

Carnlongh 
Carrickfergus 

Coleraine 

Culfeightrin 
Cushendall 

Cushendun 
Daneane 

[mills 

Dunloy, Clough 
Greencastle 

Kirkinriola 

Lame 

Loughgiel 

Portglenone 

Portrush 

Ramoan 

Randalsto wn 
Rasharkin , 

Ratlilin Island 

Skerry 

Tickmacrevan 
or Glenarm 



Parish Priests. Curates. 

M'Auley, J. F. Connon, J. 

Shiels, John F. 

O'Loan, C. Walls. H., B.A. 

M 'Garry, Bernd. Darragh, Daniel 
Marmion, J. 

Walsh, A. 

DIOCESE OF CONNOR. 
M'Gowan, E. 
M 'Cotter, Thos , M'Connell, J. 

M.A. 
O 'Flaherty, Jas. 

Kennedy, A. 

McGowan, T. 

O 'Boyle, James, M'Namara, P. 

B.A., V.F. 
Boyle, James 

Kerr, E. 

M Kay, Geo. 

Fullen, E. 

Magill, P. . Toal, T., B.A. 
O'Rafferty, P. 
Small, Jas. 
M 'Car tan, John, 

V.F. Clenaghan,G.,B.A. 

Blacker, T. 
Nolan, John, McGrath, J.' 

V.F. M'Laverty, J. 

Darragh, P. Lafferty, D., B.A. 

Hamill, James Leyden, D. 

Mulvenna,F., B.A 
O'Donnell,Thos., Rhodes, D. 

V.F. Taggart, J B.A. 

Burns, J., V.F. Liddy ; H. 
Healy, J. Coualty, F. 

Laverty, F. 
Skeffing! on, H. 
Murphy,B.,F.^. Lynch, J.M.,B.A., 

B.D. 

Murphy, R. J. Connolly , J. 
Bradley, John McNabb, A., B.A. 
M'Kinley, A. 

M'Cann, Bernd. Smyth, J., B.A. 
McLaverty, J. M'Grattan,T.,B.A, 



Post Towns. 

Newtownards 

Ballygowan P.O. 

Down 
Ballymartin, 

Kilkeel 

Saul, D'patrick 
Dundrum, Down 
Ballykinlar, 
Clough, Down 

Ahoghill 
Antrim 

Arm y [castle 
Ballinlea, BaUy- 
Ballyclare 
Bailymoney 

[Ballymena 
Aughafatten, 

Carnlough 
Carrickfergus 
Whitehead, B'fst 
Coleraine 
Portstewart 
Ballycastle 
Cushendall 
, GlenariS 
Knocknacarry 
Toome Bridge 

Dunloy 
Whitehouse, 
. Belfast 
Ballymena 

Larne 

Loughgiel,B'fast 

Portglenone 

Portrush 

Ballycastle 

Randalstown 
Rasharkin 
Rathlin Island, 

Ballycastle 
Martinstown, 

Belfast 
Glenarm 



1920] DIOCESE OF DOWN AND CONNOR. 165 

PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS IN THE DIOCESE. 

Workhouses. Chaplains. Workhouses. Chaplains. 

Antrim Rev. T. M'CoUer, M.A. Newtownards Rev. J. F. M'Auley, 
Bally castle V. Rev. B. Murphy, V. F. P.P. 



Battymena Very Rev. T. 6'Don- 

nell, V.F. 
Ballymoney Very Rev. J. O'Boyle 

V.F. 

Belfast Rev. D. M'Donnell. 
ColeraineRQv. P. Magill. 
Downpatrick V . 1 \ e v . H . Boyle, V. F. 
KilkeelV. Rev. J. M'Alister, V.F. 



Lame V. Rev. J. Burns, V.F. 
LisburnV. Rev. M. M'Cashin, V.F. 

Prison. Chaplain. 

Co. Antrim Rev. John Macaulay 
Lunatic Asylums. Chaplains. 
Belfast V. Rev. P. Con very, V.F. 
Co. Antrim Rev. T. M'Cotter, M.A. 
Co. Down V. Rev. H. Boyle, V.F. 



CHARITABLE INSTITUTIONS IN THE DIOCESE. 

Mater Infirm or um Hospital, Belfast, under the care of the Sisters of 
Mercy. Local Superioress, Sister M imelda Laverty. Established 
for the relief of the Sick Poor without distinction of creed. Supported 
solely by voluntary contributions, and affords accommodation for 
250 patients. Subscriptions, donations, and legacies earnestly 
solicited to maintain and fully develop the sphere of usefulness for 
which the hospital is so well adapted. The benefits conferred by 
it are not confined to Belfast, but are freely and liberally bestowed on 
the sick of surrounding districts. Trained nurses will be sent to any 
part of Ireland on receipt of telegram addressed to the Superioress 
of Hospital. Private Hospital attached for the reception of Medical 
and Surgical case . 

St. Patrick's Catholic Orphan Society for the Diocese of Down and 
Connor. Established in 1887. The Society, which is under the 
patronage of the Bishop of the Diocese, and an Executive Committee 
of clergymen and laymen, supported last year 1,066 children. Rev. 

' J. K. O'Neill, P.P., Sacred Heart Presbytery, Belfast, Hon. Secretary. 

Home for Destitute Penitents, attached to the Convent of Good Shepherd, 
Ballynafeigh, Belfast, and under the care of the Nuns. 

Nazareth House, Ballynafeigh, Belfast Home for the aged poor and 
orphan children, under 'the care of the Sisters of Nazareth. 

Nazareth Lodge, Ravenhill Road, Belfast Home for poor boys. 
Established in 1 900. Under the care of the Sisters of Nazareth. 

St. Vincent's Home for Working Girls, Clonard Gardens, Belfast 
Established in 1901. Under the care of the Sisters of Charity of 
St. Vincent de Paul. Inclusive terms (Board and Residence), 8s. per 
week, paid in advance. Superioress, Sister M. Josephine Graham. 

St. Paul's Home for Business Girls, Ballymacarrett, Belfast Estab- 
lished in 1900. Under the care of the Sisters of the Most Holy 
Cross and Passion. Superioress, Sister Mary Adrian. 

St. Vincent's Home for Working Boys, Night Refuge and Restaurant, 
17 Divis Street, Belfast Under the care of the Brothers of St. 
Vincent de Paul. J. P. Hayes, Hon. Sec., 82 Cliftonpark Avenue. 

St. Michael's Orphanage for Girls, Downpatrick Under the care of 
the Sisters of Mercy. 

Catholic Seamen's Institute, 49 Dock Street, Belfast Under the care 
of the Society of St. Vincent de Paul. 

St. Peter's Working Boys' Club, Sultan Street, Belfast Managed by 
the Society of St. Vincent de Paul. 

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166 CATHOLIC REGISTRY. [1920 

Sacred Heart Industrial School, Abbey ville,Whiteabbey, Belfast Under 

the care of the Sisters of Mercy. Local Superioress, Sister M. Malachy 
Hamill. Corresponding Manager, Very Rev. J Hamill, P.P., V.G. 

St. Patrick's Male Industrial School, Milltown, Belfast Certified for 
150 boys. Corresponding Manager, Rev. Brother Joseph, B.A. 

St. Patrick's Female Industrial School, Crumlin Road, Belfast Under 
the care of the Sisters of Mercy. Corresponding Manager, Very 
Rev. J. Hamill, P.P.. V.G. 

Central Council of the Society of St. Vincent de Paul, Down and Con- 
nor President, Mr. P. Finnegan. Hon. Sec., E. F. Gullery, Central 
Offices, St. Mary's Hall, B ink Street, Belfast. 

RELIGIOUS ORDERS & CONGREGATIONS in the DIOCESE. 

PASSIONISTS. 

PASSIONISTS Holy Cross, Crumlin Road, Belfast. 
Ver y Rev. Bernard Man gan, .Rector. I Rev. Hilarion Gallagher. 
Rev. Richard Curran, Vicar. \ Rev. Henry Ward 



Rev. Mark Gavin. 
Rev. Raphael Morris. 



Rev. Augustine Hopkins. 
Rev. Justin Muldoon. 



Applications for Missions and Retreats to be made to Very Rev. 
Bernard Mangan, Rector. 

Juniorate for Boys desirous of becoming Priests in the Order. Rev. 
Herman Willis, Director ; Rev. Brendan Keegan, Vice- Director. 
Application for admission to be made to Fr. Director. 

REDEMPTORISTS. 
Belfast The Monastery, Clonard Street. 



V. Rev. Patrick Crotty, Rector. 

Rev. L. Hayes. 

Rev. James Hegarty. 

Rev. Jules Peeters. 

Rev. Patrick Griffith. 

Rev. Peter Carthy. 



Rev. Michael Cagney. 
Rev. John Carr. 
Rev. Andrew Cleary. 
Rev. Michael McLoughlin. 
Rev. John Brady. 
Rev. Patrick Devine. 



Rev. Patrick Shannon. 

Applications for Missions and Retreats to be made to the Very Rev. 
Fr. Rector. 

CHRISTIAN BROTHERS. 
Christian Brothers, Belfast St. Mary's, Divis Street ; St. Patrick's, 

Donegall Street; St. Malachy 's, Oxford Street; and Trade Preparatory 

School, "$~ardinge Street Director, Bro. E. D. Young. 1,195 pupils. 
Brothen f the Christian Schools (De la Salle), 35 Falls Road, Belfast 

Number of Community, 9. Director, Brother Lewis. Pupils, 

670. Established in 1900. 
Brothers of the Christian Schools (St. J. B. De la Salle), Downpatrick 

Pupils, 180. Director, Brother Folycaip. 
Brothers Of the Christian SciCOlS (Dela halle), St. Patrick's Industrial 

School, Milltown, Belfast Number in Community, 6. Director ; 

Bn'ther Joseph. 

CONVENTS OF THE SISTERS OF MERCY. 
St. Paul's Convent Of Mercy, Crumlin Road, Belfast Superioress, Mrs. 

M. Ethna Grene. Chaplains, Rev. James Clenaghan, B.A., B.D., 

President, St Malachy 's College, and Rev. John McCaughan, B.C.L. 

Select and National Schools. Sick Poor and Prison visited 
St. Joseph's Convent Of Mercy, Sussex Place, Belfast Local Superioress, 

Mrs. M'Quillan. Community, 9. Chaplains, Priests of St. Malachy V 
Mater Inftrmorum Hospital Local Superioress, Mrs. A. Lave/rty. 



1920] DIOCESE OF DOWN AND CONNOR. 167 

Sacred Heart Convent of Mercy, Abbey ville, Whiteabbey, Belfast Local 
Superioi-i'**, Sr. M Maluchy Hamill. Chaplain* .Priests of Whitt-house. 

Convent of our Lady of Mercy, Mount St. Patrick, Downpatrick Local 
Superioress, Sister M. de Solos Maguir. 1 . Chaplain, Rev. J. Byrne. 
Community, 21. National School and St. Michael's Home for chil- 
dren of respectable parent s. Sick Poor visited. 

SISTERS OF THE GOOD SHEPHERD. 

Sisters Of the Good Shepherd, Ballynafeigh, Belfast Superioress, Sister 
A . M . M h uy. Chaplnins, P rochial Clergy Holy Rosary. Have charg ? 
of a " Magdalen Asylum " ; penitents, 135. Inmates, under direc- 
tion of Nuns, make and embroider Vestments, etc. The Sisters have 
rlso under their care the Sacred Heart Home for orphans and 
friendless girls of good character, whore they receive religious 
instructions, and are trained for Domestic Service. Funds are 
urgently needed for th^se deserving ob; 

DOMINICAN CONVENT. 

Dominican Convent, Belfast Founded, 1870. Boarding and Inter- 
media! e Schools attachod. Convent National Schools. Prioress, Sister 
M. Francis Kennedy. Chaplains, Priests of St. Paul's. 

St. Mary's Training College for Catholic Schoolmistresses Under the 
care of the Dominican Nuns. Principal, Mrs. M. F. Kennedy. 
Number in training, 100. Opened September, 1900. 
SISTERS OF BON SECOURS. 

Sisters Of Bon Secours, 53 Falls Road, Belfast, attend the Sick of all 
religious denominations in town and country. Superioress, Mother 
Christine. Community, 15. 

POOR SISTERS OF NAZARETH. 

Nazareth House, Ballynafeigh, Belfast Home for Aged Poor of both 
sexes, also for fe'male orphan children. Superioress, Moth -r Mary St. 
Ninian. Chaplains, the Priests of the Knockbrsda Parish, Holy Rosary. 

Nazareth Loiige, Raven). ill R .a 1, Belfast. Hmie for orphan .boys. 
Suptriorcnf*, Mother Ma:y Kyran. Chaplains, the Priests of the 
Knockbreda Parish. Holy P.osary. k 

SISTERS OF CHARITY OF ST. VINCENT DE PAUL. 

Convent of the Sisters of Charity of St. Vincent de Paul, Clonard Gardens, 
Belfast Order founded by St Vincent in 1G33. Established May, 
1900. Superioress, Sister M. Josephine Graham. Sisters, 11. Convent 
National School for girls (half-time girls). Pupils, average attandanco, 
500. Sick Poor visited. Night Schorl arid Home for working girls. 
SISTERS OF THE MOST HOLY CROSS AND PASSION. 

Convent of the Most Holy Cross and Passion, Ballymacarrett, Belfast 
Superioress, Sister M. Adrian O'Btien. Community, 27. Convent 
National Schools for girls. Pupils, 600. National School for gir!s 
at Willowfielcl. Pupils. 2 '0. Sick Poor visited. Home for business 
girls and stu leats. Established October, 1900. 

St. Cornwall's Convent of the Most Holy Cross and Passion, Lame 
Superioress, Sister Mary Bertrand Farrell. Community, 10 Est. Aug.. 
1906. Convent National Schools for girls. Sick Poor visited. Hone 
for business girls. 

St. Brigid's Convent of the Most Holy Cross and Passion, Ballycastle, 
Co. Antrim Superioress, Sister Juliana Thornhill. Community, 9. 
Convent National Schools for girls. Established July 1913. 
CONVENT OF THE SACRED HEART OF MARY. 

Convent Of the Sacred Heart Of Mary, Lisburn Boarding School and 



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[1920 



National School. Home Education, with Continental advantages. 
First-class Teachers. Superioress, Mother Mary Ireiiaeus. Number 
in Community, 32. 

EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS IN THE DIOCESE. 

St. Malachy's Diocesan College of Down and Connor, Belfast Under 
patronage cf the Bishop. President, Rev. Jas. P. Clenaghan, B.A., 
B.D., B.C.L. ; Dean, Rev. J. Macaulay. Professors, Rev. Jas. P. 
Clenaghan, B A., B.D., B.C.L ; Rev. John Macaulay ; Rev. John 
MacCaughan, B.A., B.C.L. ; Rev. J. Hendley, B.A., D.D. ; Rev. 
E. Crossin, B.A.; B. Gillespie, Esq., B.A. ; Thomas O'Gorman, 
Esq. ; J. A. Conway, Esq., BtA., LL.D. ; Joseph A. O'Connor, Esq., 
B.A. ; B. Wvime, Esq., B.A. ; E. Keys, E;q , B.A. ; M. J. Sweeney, 
Esq , M. Sr' 

Catholic Dean of Residence, Queen's University of Belfast. Rev. 
James King, C.C., Ballynafeigh, Belfast. 

Superior Schools for Girls One for young ladies, under the Sisters of 
Mercy, Belfast, one under the Dominican Nuns, Falls Road, Belfast, 
one in Lisburn, under the Sisters of the Sacred Heart of Mary, and also 
one in Ports tewart under the Dominican Num. 

The Dominican Nuns prepare Candidates for the Matriculation Exami- 
nation of Queen's University, and have charge of a Hostel for ladies 
attending Classes in the University. 

The Catholic Boys' Trade Preparatory School Hardinge Street. 

Primary SchOCiS Large and efficient schools, under the management 
of the Parochial Clergy, in every parish, in connection with the 
National Board. There are also large and efficient Schools, under 
the management of the Christian Brothers, Dominican Nuns, and 
Sisters of Mercy in Belfast, Sisters of Charity, Sisters of Nazareth, 
and Sisters of tho Holy Cross and Passion. 

Societies Of St. Vincent dC Paul at Belfast, Hannah stown, Hollywood, 
Ahoghill, Antrim, Aha gallon, Ballycastle, Ballydare, Baliyoran, 
Ballymartin, Ballymoney, Ballymena, Bangor, Bushmills, Carnlough, 
CarricV:fergv:s, Carrickmannon, Castlewellan, Coleraine, Crebilly, 
Cushendall, Downpatrick, Derrylahy, Dundrum, Glenarm, Glenn ny, 
Glassdrurnmond, Kilcoo, Kiilyieagh. Kilcubbin, Larne,- Newcastle, 
Newtownarcis. Portaferry, Portglenorie, Portrush, Portstewart, Ran- 
dalstown. R >c's-, Saintfield, Rathlin Island, Tanaghmore, Waterfoot 

SUMMARY. 



Bishop ... 1 


Regulars 


22 


Parish Priests . . .59 









Administrator.'.- ... 6 


Total Priests 


. 176 


Curates ; 82 


Parishes 


. . 60 


In Diocesan College . . 6 


Churches . 


. 116 


Diocesan Inspector . . 1 


Colleges 


2 





Monasteries 


5 


Total Secular Clergy . .154 


Convents . 


16 




1871 


1881 


1891 


1901 


1911 


Catholic Population 
Non-Catholic Population 


154.192 149,563 
426,900, 443,864 


146,319 
463,774 


156,693 
514,573 


165,256 
545,778 


Total Population 


581,092 


593,427 


610,093 


671,266 


711,034 



1920] 



DIOCESE OF 1DROMORE. 



169 



VII. DIOCESE OF DROMORE. 

Includes parts of the Counties of Down, Armagh, and Antrim. 

Bishop Most Rev. EDWARD MULHERN, D.D. Consecrated 30fch April, 
1916; succeeded Most Rev. Dr. O'Neill. Address Ardmaine, Newry. 

DIOCESAN DIGNITARIES AND OFFICERS. 

Vicar-General Very Rev. Dean M. B. M'Conville, P.P., Lurgan, 
Vicars-Forane Very Rev. Daniel Canon Mallon, P.P., Rostrevor ; 

Very Rev. John Canon Doyle, P.P., Ballinahinch, 
Chancellor Very Rev. F. Canon M'Gennis, Adm., Warrenpoint. 
Diocesan Inspector of Schools Rev. John Magee, Parochial House, 

Newry . 

CHAPTER OF DROMORE. 

Dean Very Rev. M. B. M'Conville, P.P., V.G., Lurgan. 
Archdeacon Very Rev. Edward M'Cartan, Seagoe, 

Canons. 

St. Caiman's and Lann Very Rev. Joseph Kearns, D.D,, P.P., Canon 

Penitentiary. 

Aghaderk Very Rev. Murtagh M'Polin, Canon Theologian. 
Drumeragh Very Rev. J. Quail, P.P. 
Lanronan Very Uev. Daniel Mallon, P.P., V.F. 
Downaclone Very Rev. John Doyle, P.P., V.F. 
Clondallon Very Rev. Felix M'Gennis, Adm. 
Kilmylcon Very Rev. Mgr. O'Reilly, Adm., Rostrevor. 



PARISHES 
Parishes. 

Newry 



Aghaderg 

Annaclone 

Ballinahinch 

Banbridge 

Clonallan 

Clonduff 
Dromara 



IN DROMORE (18), PARISH PRIESTS AND CURATES. 
Parish Priests. Curates. Post Towns. 



Bishop's Parish 


Grant, Daniel, 


Newry 




Adm. 






O'Hare, F. J. 






M'Grath, Thos. 






Fitzpatrick, Jas. 






M'Ateer, Ed 




M'Polin, Murt. 




Loughbricldand 


Canon 


Murney, James 




Woods,Cornelius 


O'Hare, M., D.D. 


Anaaclone, 




McCumisky, P. 


Banbridge 


Doyle, J., 


GaDa.gher,'H. 


Ballinahinch 


Canon, V.F. 






Rooney, John 


M'Clorey, Michl. 


Banbridge 




Pullen, Daniel 




Magennis, F., 


M'Allister, Dl, 


Werrenpoint 


Canon 


Carr, John 






McGinn, Wm. 




Kearns, Joseph 


M'Corry, George 


HiFtown, Newry 


Canon 


M'Givern, E. 




Savage, John 


M'Corry, J. 


Dromara 



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REGISTRY. 


[1920 


Parishes. 


Parish Priests, 


Curates. 


Post Towns. 


Dromgoolan,Lr. 


M'Kinney, John 


Greenan, P. 


Gargory, 








Banbridge 


Dromgoolon,Up. 


Quail, John, 


Browne, M. 


Lei trim, 


Cn.\on 




Banbridge 


Dromore O'Hare, John 


Dargan, J. 


Dromore 


Drunigath . Gallery, Thomas 


Toman, D. 


Rathfriland 




McCartan. Patrick 


Glenn . M'Conville,Ptk. 


Markey, J. 


Barr, Newry, 


Kilbroney . Mallon, D., 


M'Conville, Ed. 


Rostrevor 


Canon, V.F. 






\ O'Reilly, Mgr., 






A dm. 






Lurgan . M'Conville.M.B., 


Lowry, Andrew 


Lurgan 




Dean, V.Q. 


M'Evoy, Peter 






Doran, Henry 








Lennon, John J. 








Bovle, T. 


[Lurgan 


Moira 


M'Evoy, Hugh 


O'Hare, M. 


Magheralin, 


Seagoe . M'Cartan, Edw. 


Fegan, Peter 


Derrymacash, 




Archdeacon 


M'Polin, Eugene 


Lurgan 






Gallery, D. 




Tullylish . Doyle, Jos. 


M'Givern, H 


Lawrencetown, 




M'Rorev, Edw. 


Gilford 



Military Chaplain Rev. Patrick Krcim:i. 

PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS IN THE DIOCESE. 



Workhouses. Chaplains. 

Banbridge Rev. J. Rooney, P.P. 
Lttrgan Very Rev. Michael B. 
' P.P. 



Military Barracks. 

Military Barracks, Newry Rev. 
D. Grant, Adm-., Chaplain. 



RELIGIOUS ORDERS AND CONGREGATIONS IN THE 
DIOCESE. 

DOMINICANS. 

Dominican Priory, Newry Prior, Very Rev. P. A. Murphy ; Sub- 
Prior, Rev. Pius Kenny; Rev. Reginald Keen an, B.A. ; Rev. Jos. 
Powell. 

CHRISTIAN BROTHERS. 

Christian Brothers, Abbey Yard, Newry Director, Rev. Brother D D. 
Hegarty, Margaret Street, 300 ; Kilmorey Street, 150 ; The Abbey 
School, 100. 

CONVENT OF POOR CLARES. 

St. Clare, Newry Superioress, Mrs. O'Hagan ; Chaplain, Local 
Clergy ; Community, 30. 



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DIOCESE OF DROMORE, 



171 



CONVENTS OF THE SISTERS OF MERCY. 

Sisters Of Mercy, Sacred Heart, Newry Superioress, Mrs. M. L. M'Ardle 
House of Mercy, National School, Select Day School, Boarding 
School, and Sewing and Lace School attached. 

Sisters Of Mercy, Rostrevor Mrs. M. L. M'Ardle. Schools attached. 

Sisters Of Mercy, Warrenpoint Superioress, Mrs. M. L. M'Ardle. 

Sisters Of Mercy, Lurgan Superioress, Mrs. M. Teresa M'Corry. 
Extensive Schools, over 600 in attendance. Technical School and 
Private Day School. Also Certified Industrial School fer Girls, and 
another for Juvenile Boys. Boarding School, Sacred Heart Convent, 
Church Place, Lurgan. 

Our Mother Of Mercy's Home for the Aged Poor and Destitute Orphans, 
Kilmorey Street, Newry. Superioress, Mrs. M. L. M'Ardle, 

EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS IN THE DIOCESE. 

Dromore Diocesan Seminary and Catholic Day School, Violet Hill, 
Newry President, Very Rev. Daniel D. O'Hngan. Professor of 
Classics, Irish and Mathematics, Very Rev. D. O'Hagan. Professcr 

" of English, French and Geometry, Rev. William Ronan. Professor of 
Mathematics and Experimental Science, Rev. Michael Gallogly, B.A., 
F.C.S. Professor of Drawing, Mr. William J. Stewart. 

Societies Of St. V'ncent de Paul at Newry, Balliuahinch, Lurgan, 
Warrenpoint, Rosirovor, Banbridge. 



SUMMARY. 



Bishop 

Parishes 

Parish Priests 

Administrators 

Curates 

In Seminary 

Regulars 

Military Chaplains 

Total Priests 



1 


Churches 


18 


Priory 


16 


Convents 


2 


Seminary 


33 


Church Schools 


3 




4 




2 





42 
1 
6 

l 
5 



60 





1881 


1891 


1901 


1911 


Catholic Population 
Non-Catholic Population 


53,448 
90,233 


47,190 
79,513 


43,014 
71,187 


43,069 
68,905 


Total Population 


113,681 


126,703 


1U.201 


111,974 



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[1920 



VIII. DIOCESE OF KILMORE. 

Includes nearly all Cavan, and parts of Leitrim, Fermanagh, Heath and 

Sligo. 

Bishop Most Rev. PATRICK FINEGAN, D.D. Consecrated llth 
September, 1910. Address Bishop's House, Cavan. 

DIOCESAN DIGNITARIES AND OFFICERS. 

Vicars-General Very Rev. Patrick O'Connell, P.P., V.G., Cootehill, 
and Very,. Rev. Patrick Soden, P.P., V.G., Cloonclare, Manor- 
hamilton. 

Vicars- Forane Very Rev. Patrick O'Reilly, Kinawley ; Very Rev. 
Patrick Gilchrist, Kilsherdany ; Very Rev. Patrick Fitzsimons, 
Killane ; Very Rev. Thomas Clarke, Laragh ; Very Rev. Bernard 
Gaffney, Lurgan ; Very Rev. Patrick M'Morrow, Innismagrath ; 
Very Rev. Hugh Brady, Crosserlough ; Very Rev. Terence Brady, 
Templeport ; Very Rev. James Judge, Killeshandra ; Very Rev. 
Francis Brennan, Kinlough ; Very Rev. Francis M'Kiernan, Ballina- 
more; Very Rev. Patrick O'Reilly, Knockninny; Very Rev. Patrick 
M'Gauran, P.P., Drumlane. 



PARISHES IN 

Parishes. 

Castlerahan and 
Mountercon- 
naught 

Urney & Anna- 
geliffe 

Annagh 

Ballaghameehan 
Ballinacleragh . 
Ballinamore 

Ballintemple 

Carrigallen 

Castletara 

Cloonclare 



Crosserlough 



Curlough 
Denn 



KILMORE (42), PARISH PRIESTS AND CURATES. 
I Parish Priests. Curates. Post Towns. 

Bishop's Parish Farrelly, James, Newprospect, 

Adm. Virginia 

Comey, Charles Castlerahan, 
McDermott.JohnP. Ballyjamesdufi 
,, Brady, Hugh P. Cavan 

Adm. 

Comey, Martin, D.D. 
O'Reilly, John 

Brady, Bernard M'Loughlin, Ml. 
Young, Michael 
M'Cabe, Bartle Rynn, James 



King, Philip Cahill, Philip 

M<Kiernan,Fras., Mallon, Patk. E 
V.F. Flynn, Francis 

Coyle, James Meehan, Joseph 

Smith, Philip Shiels, Francis 
Carolan,Bernard Myles, Thos. 
Soden, Patrick, Brady, John 
V.O. M'Manus, Patk. 

McCabe, Patrick 



Belturbet [bet 
Redhills, Beltur- 
Ballaghameehan, 

Garrison 
Dowra, Carrick- 

011- Shannon 
Ballinamore 
Aughnasheelin, 

Ballinamore 
Ballintemple, 

Ballinagh 
Carrigallen 
Ballyhfeise, Cavan 
Manorhainilton 
East Bars, Glenfarne 
Kiltyclogher, E'killn. 



Brady, Hugh, Maguire, Thos. Kilnaleck, 

V.F. Dolan, Michael Bally jamesduff 

Keany, T. Dolan, John F. Bawnboy 

Brady, Ml. E. Reliill, J. P. Crosskeys, Cavan 



1920] 

Parishes. 

Drumgooii 
Drumlane 

Drum! ease 
Drumreilly, Up. 
Drumroilly, Lr. 
Drung 

Glengevlin 
Glennade 

Inishmagrath 

Kildallan and 
Tomregan . 
Killinagh 

Killann 



Kill argue 
Killasnet 

Killesher 

Killinkere 

Killeshandra 

Kilmainham & 
Moybologue 
Kilinore 

Kilsherdany 
Kinawley 

Kinlough 

Knockbride 
Knockninny 

Laragh 

Lavey 
Lurgan 

Mullagh 
Templeport 



DIOCESE OF KILMORE. 



173 



Parish Priests. 



Curates. 



Post Towns. 



O'Connell,Patk., Galligan, Henry Cootehill 

V.G. Galligan, Laur. Madubawn, C'h : ll 

M'Gauran, Patk. Mill town, Beltur- 

V.F. Connolly, Peter Belturbet [bet 

Gtalligan, Peter Prior, Fras. Dromahair 

O'Reilly, Ed, Brady, James Carrigallen 
M'Gauran, John O'Rourke, Jas. Ballinamore 
O'Reilly, Berd. Drung 

M'Donald, Patk. Bunno9,Cootebill 
M'Griskin, Patk. Smith, John Dowra, Car.-on-S. 

M'Tiernan.MichU Kinlough, B 'doran 

MacGibney, Patk. Ballintrillick, Sligo 
M'Morrow,Ptk. McPhilips, Patrick Drumkeerin 

V.F. Farrelly, Bernd. Corry, Car.-on-S. 

Magee, Charles Ballyconnell 

Brady, Joseph Ardloher,Belt'b't 
M'Gauran, M Man us, Denis Blacklion, Ennis- 

Thos E. Keaney, John Dowra [killen 
Fitzsimons, Pk. O'Reilly, Patk. Bailieborough 
V.F. M'Cabe, James Shercock 

Connolly, Patrick Marist Juniorate, 

(Chaplain] Bailieborough 

Gilmartin, Fras. M'Manus, Daniel Killargue 
Kelly, Martin Glencar 

Brady, Terence 
M'Cabe. Henry 

Osborne, Patk. M'Givney, Peter 
Donohue, Patk. 
Foy, Owon 



Judge, James, 

V.F. 
M'Gauran, Ml 

Farrelly, PC tor 
Lynch. Peter 

Kelly, Thos. J. 

Gilchrist, P.,F.-F.Keogan, Jamea 
O'Reilly, Patk., Sheridan, James 

V.F. 
Brennan Fras., 

V.F. 

Kane, Matthew 
O'Reilly, Patk., 



Mullies Manorhamilton 

Florencecourt 
Virginia 
Killeshandra 
Arvagh 

Moybollofrue.Bailieboro' 
Kilmainham wood 
Crossdoney, C'vn. 
Ballinagh, C'vn. 
Kill, Cootehill 
Swanlinbar 
Kinawley 

Bun- 



O'Keeffe, T. A. 
11 



V.F. 

Clarke, Thos., 

V.F. 

Collins, Charles Brady, Thomas 
Gaffney, B^F.^-Lynch, Felix 

O'Reilly. Peter 

Carroll, Luke M'Cauley, Ed. 
Brady,Ter.,F.F. 

M'Entee^ Hugh 



M'Mahoii, Thos. 
O'Donohoe, Chas. Kinlough, 

doran 

M'Cormick, Ter. Knockbride, Bailieboro' 
Small, Terence Derrylin,B'turbet 
Brady, John Tem3rc, Belturbet 

Cooney, Michael Stradone 



Clefforna, C'tehill 

Stradone 

Virginia 

Mullagh. Kells 

St.Mogue's, B'connell 
Bawnboy 



CHAPLAINS TO HIS MAJESTY'S FORCES. 

Rev. Thos. J. Bradley ; Rev. Matt. O'Carroll. 



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[1920 
EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS IN THE DIOCESE. 

St. Patrick's College, Culliss, Cavan, under the immediate direction of 
the Bishop. President, Rev. Patrick V. Rudden. Bursar Rev. 
Michael Kelly, B.A. Professors, Rev. P. V. Rudden ; Rev. Michael 
Kelly, B.A. ; Rev. John F. McKeon ; Rev. William Buchanan, 
B.A.*; Rev. John Maguire, B.A., B.D B.CL.; Rev. Daniel 
Fitzpatrick, B.A., B.D. ; Thomas Fogarty, Esq. ; John Fitzpatrick, 
Esq.. B.A., R.U.I. Music* Fraulein Sciortino. 

Intermediate School, Ballyjamesduff Principal, Mr. Reilly. 

RELIGIOUS ORDERS AND CONGREGATIONS IN THE 
DIOCESE. 

IVSARLST BROTHERS. 

St. Patrick's Juniorate, Baileboro' Chaplain,' Rev. P. Connolly. 
Community, 51. Superior, Brother Justin. 

ST. JOSEPH'S ABBEY OF POOR CLARES. 

St. Joseph's Abbey Of Poor Clares, Cavan Chaplains, Clergy of the 

Parish. Industrial School and Day School. Superioress, Mrs. Mary 

Patrick Donnelly. Community, 27. 

CONVENT OF POOR CLARES. * 

Convent Of Poor Clares, Bally jamesduff Superioress, Sister M. Leontia 

Callan. Community, 16. Day Schools under the National Board. 

Classes for Irish Crochet, Dressmaking, Cookery, and Laundry. 

Chaplain, Rev. John McDermott. 

SISTERS OF MERCY CONVENTS. 

Dioiesan Superioress Rev. Mother Margaret Mary Carlos. 
Convent Of the Sisters Of Mercy, Belturbet Superioress, Rev. Mother 

Margaret Mary Carlos, Diocesan Rev. Mother. Community, 21. 

Sisters have charge of Fever Hospital, Workhouse Infirmary, and 

County Infirmary, Cavan. (Sisters, 3.) 
Convent Of the Sisters Of Mercy, Ballinamore Superioress, Sister Mary 

Attracta Ryan. The Sisters of Mercy of Ballinamore have charge 

of Infirmary and Fever Ho spital, Manorhamilton.. Superioress, 

Sister Mary Patricia Giifinnan. Community, 14. 
Convent Of the Sisters Of Mercy, Cootehill Superioress, Sistsr Mary 

Francis Markey. Community, 10. 

St. Mary's Hospital, Cavan Community, 4. Branch house from Bel- 
turbet. Sttperioreqg, Sister Mary Antonie O'Connell. 
County Infirmary, Cavan, branch from Belturbet Matron, Sister 

Mary Gerard Murphy. 
Societies Of St. Vincent de PaiJ at Cavan, Bailieboro', Beltuibet, 

Cootehill, Kinlough, Manorhamilton. 

SUMMARY. 



Bishop 


1 




Total Priests . 


. 110 


Parish Priests 


40 








Administrators . 


2 


Parishes 


42 


Curates 


. 60 


Churches 


90 


College Priests . 


6 


Convents 


7 


Others 


2 


College 


1 




1881 


1891 


1901 19 J! 


Catholic Population 
Non-Catholic Population 


143,010 
32,896 


28^280 


109,319 
24,447 


22^045 


Total Population 


J7h.;>uti 


153.477 


133,766 124.^98 



1920] 



DIOCESE OF RAPHOE. 



175 



ix. DIOCESE OF RAPHOE. 

Includes nearly' the whole of Donegal, with the exception of the Barony 
of Inishowen. 

Bishop Most Rev. PATRICK O'DONNELL, D.D., LetterkennyT Conse- 
crated 3rd April, 1888. Address 'Most Rev. Dr. O'Donnell, Ard 
Euiian, Letterkeimy, Co. Donegal, 

CHAPTER OF RAPHOE. 

Dean Right Rev. Bernard Kelly, P.P.,^V.G., Bally shannon. 
Archdeacon Right Rev. Mgr. J. Walker, P.P., V.F., Donegal. 



Very Rev. 

Kill y be s^. 



J. Sweeney, 



Canons, 
P.P., 



Very Rev7j. Doherty,P.P., Ardara 
Very Rev. J. J. Gallagher, P.P., 

Rathmullan. 
Very Rev. E. Maguiro, D.D., 

Ballyshannon. 

Very Rev. H. Kerr, P.P., Gweedore 
Very Rev. James MacGinleyjD.D., 

Maynooth College. 



Very Rev. J. J. O'Donnell, P.P., 

Kilcar. 
Very Rov. Jmnes Scanl an, P.P.. 

Dungloe. 

Very Rev. PatrickMcCafferty,P.P., 
. Burtonport. 
Very Rev. J. Canon Boyle; P.P., 

Gortahork. 



DIOCESAN DIGNITARIES AND OFFICERS. 

Vicar-General Right Rev. Bernard Canon Kelly, P.P., V.G. 
Vicars-Forane Very Rev. Monsignor Walker, P.P., Donegal ; Very 
Rev. J. Sweeney, P.P., Killybegs. 

PARISHES IN RAPHOE (26), PARISH PRIESTS AND CURATES 

Parishes. 

Conwal & Leek 



All Saints, Ray- 
mochy, Killea 
&Tough boyiie 



Ardara 



Aughnish and 
Aghanmshin 



Parish Priests. 


Curates. 


Post Towns. 


Bishop's Cat in-- 


O'Doherty, J 


., Letterkenny 


dral Parish 


Adm. 






MacNeelv,W. 


,D.D. 




O'Gara, H. 


Glenswilly,L'kenny 


M'Ginley, D. 




St. Johnston, 






Co. Donegal 




Murrin, D. 


Drumohill, 






Manorcun- 






niiigham 


Sheridan, Fras. Newtowneun- 




B.A. 


ningham 


Doherty, John 


Byrae, John 


Ardara 


Canon. 


Canning, D. 


Kilcloonry, 






Glenties 


Brennan, J. J, 




Rameltoii 



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CATHOLIC REGISTRY. 



[1920 



Parishes. 


Parish Priests. Curates. 


Post Towns. 


Clondahorky 


M'Loone, Hugh 


Dunfanaghy 




Burns, James 


Cashelmore, 






Letterkenny 


Clondavaddog . 


Gallagher, Hugh, 
Deeney, John 


Tamney 
Kindrum,L'ken'y 




Sheridan, John 


Ballina, Tamney, 






Letterkenny - 


Drimholme 


Rogers, Josep'i Boyce, C. 


Ballintra 


Gartan 


Dunlevy, Janio? 


Termon, L'kenny 




Deeny, James 


Churchill, L'k'y- 



Glencolumbkille 

Gweedore 
Iniskeel 

Inver 



Kilbarron 
Kilcar 

Killymard 
Kilteevogue 

Killybegs and . 
Killaghtee 

Kill y gar van and 
Tullyfern 

Kilmacrenan 



Lettermacaward 
and Upper 
Templecrone 

Mevagh 



McDwyer, Hiv^h Sweeney, Joseph Carrick, Co. 

Donegal 
Boyle, Philip Glencolumbkille. 

B.A.,B.D.,B.C.L. 
Carr, Patrick Derrybeg, L'k'y. 



Kerr, Hugh 
Canon 

Cunningham, C. 



Kennedy,. Cha;;. 
Adm. 



McGlinchey, C. Middleton,T)erry- 
Glenties [beg 

Molloy, T. Edininfagh, 

Glenties 

Logue, Andrew Glenties [bane 

Mullan, E. J.,B.A. Fintown, Stra- 
Frosses 

Ward, Alphonsus Ardaghey, Inver, 
Co. Donegal 

Sheridan, Jos. Mountcharles 



M'Ateer, John 



Letterbarrow, 

Donegal 
Ballyshannon 



Kelly, Bernard, Deeney, James 

Dean, V.F. M'Daid. Jas 
O'Donnell, J. . O'Donnell, Jas. Kilcar 

Canon 

Coyle, Daniel E. Donegal [bane 

Gallagher, Ant y M'Bride, Joseph Cloghan, Stra- 
Canningham, Con., 

B.A., pro tern. 

Sweeney, John, McGonigle, J., pro tern. Killybegs 
Canon, V.F. Sheridan. P. Bruckless 

Gillespie, Wm. Killybegs 
Gallagher, J. J. Rathmullan 

Canon O'Fiiel, Arthur Glenvar,L'kenny" 

McMullen, M. Mil ford, L'kenny 
M'Meiiamin, C. Kilmacrenan 

Murphy, J. Golan, Milford, 

Letterkenny 

| Scanlan, James Mclntyre, J. Dungloe 

Canon M'Devitt, C. Meenacross, 

Dungloe [bane 

Cannon, M., B. A, Doochary, Stra-. 
,. Boyle, Joseph O'Boyle, Hugh Carrigart 



1920] 



IHOCESE OF RA.PHOE. 



177 



Parishes. 

Raphoe 

Stranorlar 
Tawnawilly 

Teniplecrone, 
Lower 

Tullaghbegley . 
East Raymun- 
terdoney and 
Tory Island 


Parish Priests. Curates. Post Towns. 

Brenrian, P. J. Coyla, Ja^.,B.A. Raphoe [orlar 
B.D., B.C.L Drumkeen,Stran- 
O'Donnell, Patk. Convoy, Co.Don- 
McCafferty, J. M'Mullan, P. Stranorlar [egal 

Walker, J. Cunningham, B. Donegal 
Mgr., V.b\ Me Shane, Jas. 
M'Cafferty, P. Burtonport 
Canon M'C roarty, John Kincaslagh, 
Letterkenny 
Ha) kin, M. Arranmore Is', 
Letterkenny 
She.'ldan. W. J. Anna^ry.Letterktnny 

Boyle, J., Canon Kennedy, John Falcarragh 
(Gortahork) Murray, J. Gortahork, 
Letterkenny 
Sweeney, D., Tory Island, 
B A. Letterkenny 



PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS IN THE DIOCESE. 



Workhouses. 



Chaplains. 



Workhouses. 



Chaplains. 



Dunfanaghy Rev. Hugh M'Loone | M'lford Very Rev. J. Gallagher. 



Glenties Rev. C. Cunningham. 
Letterkenny Rev. J. O'JDoherty, 
Adm. 



Stranorlar Rev. JohnMcCafferty, 

P.P. 
Donegal Right Rev. Mgr. Walker. 



Lunatic Asylum, Letterkenny Chaplain, Rev. W. MacNeely, D.D., C.C. 

RELIGIOUS ORDERS AMD CONGREGATIONS IN THE 
DIOCESE. 

PRESENTATION MONASTERY. 

Presentation Monastery, Letterkenny Superior, Brother Athanasius 
Walshe. 

LORETO CONVENT. 

LoretO Convent, Letterkenny Community, 17. Boarders, 31. Supe- 
rioress, Mrs. MacDonald. Chaplain, Rev. W. MacNeely, D.D., C.C. 

CONVENT OF THE SISTERS OF MERCY. 

Convent Of the Sisters Of Mercy, Ballyshamion Community, 43. 

Chaplain, Right Rev. Canon Kelly. Workhouse Hospital and Sheil 

Hospital. Large Poor Schools. 
Branch House, St. Patrick's The Workhouse, Glenties, and National 

School. Chaplain, Rev. C. Cunningham. P.P. 
Branch House, St. Columba's The Workhouse, Stranorlar. Chaplain, 

Rev. J. McCafferty, P.P. 
Branch House, St. Mary's The Workhouse, Donegal, and National 

School. Chaplain, Right Rev. Monsignor Walker, P.P. 
Society Of St. Vincent de Paul at Letterkenny. 



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EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS IN THE DIOCESE. 

St. Eunan'S College, Letterkenny President, Rev. P. D. McCaul. 

Burscf, Rev. T. R. Griffith .A. Other Professors : Rev. John 

McGlynn..B.A M S.T.L., B.C.L. ; Rev. B. Dupgan, D.Ph. ; Rev. D. 

Furey, D. Ph. ; J. P. Craig, Esq. ; T . Cooney, Esq.; Michael Maguire, 

B.Sc. 
St. Columba's Marine Industrial School, Killy begs Rev. J. Cunning 

ham, Rector. 

Primary Schools There are in the diocese 225 Primary Schools. 
Diocesan Inspector Of Schools Rev. John M'Ateer, Letterkenny. 



Bishop 
Parishes 
Parish Priests 
Administrators 
Curates 
Secular Clergy 



SUMMARY. 



36 



44 
80 



Churches 
Convents 

Members in Community 
Monastery 
College 



52 

5 

62 



Catholic Population 
Non-Catholic Population 

Total Population 


1881' 


1891 


1901 


1911 


113,115 
34,349 


{ 102,609 
30,413 


97,515 
27,364 


95,944 
24,814 


147,464 


133,022 


124,879 


120,758 



1920] DIOCESE OF DUBLIN. 179 



PROVINCE OF DUBLIN. 

Comprising the Diocese of Dublin, with the three Suffragan. Djoceses 
of Kildare and Leighlin ; Ferns; and Ossory. 



X. DSOCESE OF DUBLIN. 

Includes Dublin, nearly all Wicklow, and portions of Kildare and 
Wexford Counties. 

Archbishop and Primate His Grace the Most Rev. WILLIAM J. 
WALSH, D.D., Primate of Ireland Consecrated 2nd August, 1885. 
Succeeded His Eminence EDWARD Cardinal M'CABE, 1885, 
Address His Grace the Most Rev. Dr. Walsh, Archbishop of Dublin. 
Primate of Ireland,- Archbishop's House, Dublin.* 

Assistant Bishop The Most Rev. Dr. DONNELLY, Bishop of Canea ; 
consecrated 4th November, 1883. Address St. Marv's, Haddington 
Road.f 

DIOCESAN DIGNITARIES AND OFFICERS. 

Vicars-General The Most Rev. Dr. Donnelly, St. Mary's, Haddington 

Road ; Right Rev. Mgr. FitzPatrick, St. Kevin's, Heytesbury 

Street; Right Rev. Mgr. O'Donnell, D.D., Booterstown ; Right 

Rev. Mgr. Dunne, Domiy brook. J 
Vicars- Forane Very Rev. J. Canon Baxter, Clondalkin ; Very Rev. J. 

Canon Staples, Wicklow ; Very Rev. Edward Canon Mackey, Athy ; 

Very Rev. Denis Canon Pettit, Fairview; Very Rev. R. F. Colohan, 

Bray. 
Secretaries to the Archbishop Rev. Patrick J. Walsh, M.A., and Rev. 

Michael Dwyer, Archbishop's House, Dublin. 

Chaplain Rev. Patrick Dunne, D.Ph., Archbishop's House, Dublin. 
Diocesan Examiners Rev. John B. O'Connell, B.A., B.D., Glenbrook, 

Howth Road, and Rev. Fred. Hopke, B.A., Dominican Hostel, 

St. Stephen's Green, Dublin. 

* The Archbishop's hours at home are from 11 a.m. to 2p.m. on all week-days, 
except Saturdays. For the convenience of the clergj' and of others who may 
wish to see him, the Archbishop, if communicated with beforehand, will be 
happy to fix a time when he can be seen without delay. 

f The Bishop of Canea is prepared to administer the Sacrament of Confirma- 
tion once a month to adults, and to consecrate, on the same occasions, Chalices 
and Patens for Churches of the Diocese. For partic-.ilars see the Supplement 
for the Diocese of Dublin, following Record of Ecclesiastical Events. 

% The Vicars-General attend on Monday, Wednesday and Friday in each 
week Holidays of Obligation and the Vigils of Holidays excepttd from 1.30 
to 3 o'clock, for the transaction of business, at the Arch (episcopal Vicariate, 47 
Wcslland Row. 

All communications for the Vicars-General should, unless incases of urgency, 
be sent to the Vicariate, and not to their private addresses, 



180 CATHOLIC REGISTRY. [1920 

CHAPTER OF THE DIOCESE OF DUBLIN. 

Dean Most Rev. Dr. Donnelly, Bishop of Canea, P.P., V.G., St. 

Mary's, Haddingtoii Road. 
Precentor Right Rev. Monsignor FitzPatrick, P.P., V.G., St. Kevin's. 

Heytesbury Street. 
Chancellor Right Rev. Monsmior T. O'Donnell, P.P., V.G., D.D., 

Booterstown. 

Treasurer Right Rev. Mgr. James J. Dunne, P.P., V.G., Donnybrook. 
Archdeacon of Dublin Ven. M. A. Fricker, P.P., Rathmines. 
Archdeacon of Glendalough Ven. Timothy Gorman, P.P., St. Columba's, 
Drumcondra. 

PRESBYTERAL PREBENDS 10. 

CullenVery Rev. M. Walsh, P.P. (Canon Peniten.) St. Agatha's. 
Kilmactalway Very Rev. J. Murray, P.P., Glasthule. 
Swords Very Rev. William J. Murphy, P.P., Kingstown. 
Yago Very Rev. James Baxter, P.P., V.F., Clondalkin. 
St. Audoen Very Rev. Michael Scally, P.P., St. Nicholas'. 
Clonmethan Very Rev. Joseph Burke, P.P., Holy Family. 
WicklowVery Rev. C. J. Ryan, P.P., D.D. (Canon Theologian), 

Our Lady of Dolours. 

Timothan Very Rev. Joseph O'Keeffe, P.P., Rathfarnham. 
Malahidert Very Rev. Daniel Downing, P.P., St. Joseph's. 
Castleknock Very Rev. John Staples, P.P., V.F., Wicklow. 

DIAGONAL PREBENDS 4. 

Tipper Very Rev. Robert Fegan, P.P., St. Paul's. 
TfMsagardVery Rev. Denis Pettit, P.P., V.F., Fairview. 
DunZainn Very Rev. Edward Mackey, P.P., V.F., Athy. 
Maynooth Very Rev. Charles Malone. P.P., Rathgar. 

SUB-DIAGONAL PREBENDS 8. 
Howth Very Rev. James Flavin, P.P., Arklow. 
RathniichaelVery Rev. Robert Eaton, P.P., Monkstown. 
Monmahenock Very Rev. John Grimley, P.P., St. Michan's. 
Stagonilly Very Rev. James Brady, P.P., St. Laurence O'Toole's. 
Tipperkevin First Portion Very Rev. John Waters, President Holy 

Cross College, Clonliffe. 
Tipperkevin Second Portion Very Rev. William Magill, P.P., St. 

James's. 

Donoghmore First portion V. Rev. Eugene Byrne, P.P., Balbriegan. 
Donoghmore Second portion Very Rev. Peter Monahan, P.P., Bally - 
more-Eustace. 
PARISHES IN DUBLIN (77), PARISH PRIESTS AND CURATES. 

CITY PARISHES 18. 

Parishes. Parish Priests. Curates. Post Towns. 

St. Mary's . 15owden,"Richard, Byrne, Edw., B.A. Presbytery. 

B.A., Adni. - Flanagan, John, B.A. Marlboro' St. 
O'Reilly, John G. 
Ronan, Myles V. 
Sheehan, Laurence 
M'Ardle, Jos. 
Mmphy, Michael, B.A. 

Our Lady of Lourdes,*, Francis Gleeson 24 Killarney 

Lr. Gloucester Street j Mathews, Jos., B.A. Street, 

* Chapel of Ease. 



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181 



Parishes. 

Holy Cross, 
Clonliffe 



St. Andrew's 



City Quay 
St. Agatha's 

St. Audoen's 
St, Catherine's . 

St. Columba's 
Holy Family 
St. James's 

St. Joseph's 
St. Kevin's 



[Church of Cath. 

University, St. 

Stephen's-gn]* 
St. Laurence 

O'Toole's 



Parish Priests. Curates. Post Towns. 

Waters, John, Hickey,Ml.,D.D.,D.Ph,- Holy Cross 
Canon, Adm. Walsh, Patrick, M.A. College, 

M'Mahon, Mthw., B.A. Clonliffe 
Valentine, Joseph, B.A. 
Fennelly, John, B.A. 
FitzPatrick, John, M.A., D.D. 
Dargan, Patrick, M.A., D.D. 

Hatton, John Far rell,Wm.,B. A., Presbytery 
B.A. Adm. M'Nevin, Thomas Westland Row 
Fleming, Rchd.,D.Ph., L.D. 
M'Mahon, John 
Landers, Win., B.A., L.D. 
Ryan, Thomas F. 
- O'ReiUy, Thomas, D.D. 
Earley, Ptr.,Adm. O'Mahony, Jas., B.A., Presbytery, 

CTShea, Mce., B.A. City Quay. 
Walsh, Michael, 'O'Rourke, M. 10 Richmond PI., 

Canon Moriarty, A., B.A. N.C.R. 

( 1 3 N.Richmd-st. )Neary, John 
Byrne, Thomas Butler, Patrick Presbytery 
Fitzpatrick, Fras. High Street 
M'Swiney, J. M. Ryan, Alphonsus Presbytery 
Farrell, Thomas Meath Street 

Kelleher, John 
Clarke, Patrick 

Gorman, T., M ; Grath, Ptk., Presbytery 
Ven. Arckdn. B.A. lona Road 

(lona Road) Quinn, Fras., B.D., B.A, 

Graham,Thos., B.A. 

Burke, Jos. CtanonFarrington, Fras. 70 Aughrim St. 
(6 St.John's Field, William 61 Aughrim St. 
Ter., N.C.R.) Flanagan, Patk. 83 Aughrim St. 

Turley, George 

Magill, Wm., M'Carthy, Eug. Presbytery 
Canon Morrissey, Edw. James's Street 

Flood, Christopher 
O'Ryan, Thos.W, Inchicore 

Downing, Danl., Dempsey, Jas., M.A 59 Eccles St, 
Canon O'Callaghan, Jeremiah, B.A. 

(39 Eccles St.) Gorman, Joseph. 
FitzPatrick, B., Nowlan, Hy. Presbytery 

Right Rev, Murphy, C. R. Harrington St, 

Monsignor,V.G. Gafmey, John, B.A. 

Sherwin, Jas .B.A. 87 St. Stephen'! 
Dwyer, Joseph, B.A. Green 



Brady, James 

Canon 



Cantwell, Nichls. 
Flood, John, B.A, 
O'Reilly^ Joseph 
Chapel of Ease, 



Presbytery- 
Seville Place 



15 



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[1920 



Parishes. 

S3. Michael and 
Jokn's 

St. Michan's 

St. Nicholas's 
Without 

Our Lady of Do- 
lours 

St. Paul's 


Parish Priests. Curates. Post Towns. 

Stafford, James Ryan, Louis, Presbytery 
Costello, Jn.,B.A. Lower Exchange 
O'Brien, Patrick Street. 

Grimley, John Hickey, Joseph Presbytery 
Canon Burns, Ambrose Halston Street. 
Trainor, Eug., B,A. 

Scally, Michael, Byrne, Daniel Presbytery 
Canon Coffev. John Francis Street 
O'Daly, Ml. 
Hurley, John,. B. A. 
Ryan, Cornelius, McMahon, Bernard, Dolphin's 
Canon, D.D. B.A., B. Can. L. Barn 
Barry, Tim., B.A, 
Fegan, Robert, Doherty.W. J..D.D. Presbytery 
Canon Martin, Ml., B.D. St. Paul's 
(21 Arran Quay) Burke, Ml., B.A. Arran Quay 
Fitzgibbon, Jas. 13 Daly mount 
M'Donald, Walter. Phibsboro' 



RURAL AND TOWN PARISHES 59. 


Parishes. 


Parish Priests. 


Curates. Post Towns. 


Arklow 


Flavin, James, 


O'Riordan, Thomas Arklow 




Canon 


O'Keeffe, John Castletown, Inch 






Kinnane, F.,B.A. Johnstn., Arklow 






Twomey, John Arklow 


Ash ford 


O'Donnell,Pierce 


Marley, Stephen Ashford 


Athy 


Mackey, Ed. 


Nolan, James Athy 




Canon, V.F. 


O'Rourke, Martin, B.A. 






Byrne, John 


Aughrim 


Manning, John 


Kinuane, ML, B.A. Greenane, Rath- 




(Aughrim) 


drum 


Avoca 


Carroll, Fintan 


Flanagan, Thos., Avoca 






B.A. 






Hobbins, Thos.. Ferry bank, Arklow 






B.A. 


Baldoyle 


Carrick, Robert 


Murphy, Anthy. Baldoyle 


Bally brack 


O'Donnell, John 


Killeen, Joseph Ballybrack 






Hickey, Daniel 


B allymore-Eus- 


Monahan, Peter 


Kavanagh, Patk. Hollywood 


tace 


Canon 






(B'more-Eustace)Bryan,Patk.,B.A.B'more-Eustace 


Balrothery and 


Byrne, Eugene 


O'Sullivan, Edm. Balbriggan 


Balscadden 


Canon 


Murphy, Win., 






B.A., L.D. 


Blanchardstown 


Fennelly, Steph. 


Cotter, John Blanchardstown 






Linehan,Wm.,B.A. Porterstown, 




Clonsilla 



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183 



Parishes. 

Blessington 



Booterstown & 
Blackrock 



Boystown 

Bray and Little 
Bray 



Cabinteely and 
Foxrock 

Castledermot 



Celbridge 
Chapelizod 

Clondalkin 
Clontarf 

Coolock and Ra- 
heny 

Culleiiswood 

Donabate 
Donnybrook 

Dundrum 

Dunlavin 

Eadestown 
Enniskerry 



Parish Priests. Curates. Post Towns. 

Maguire, Francis Morrissey,Ed.,B.A., Kilbride, Bles- 
sington 

O'Donnell, Ter., Byrne, Dl. J. Booterstown 
Monsignor Lawless, Chas, O'N. Blackrock 

D.D., V.G. Watters,Thos.,B.A. 
MacCarthy, Jer., 

B.A. 

Byrne, W. J. O'Keeffe, James, Valleymount, 
B.A. Blessington 

Colohan, R. F. Healy, Jn. C. Presbytery, Bray 

(St. Cronan's, Kelly, Joseph 
Bray), V.F. M'Guirk, John, B.A. 
. Brady, Kevin, B.A. 

Ryan, John Power, Thos., B.A, Foxrock 

Connell, Richard, 

B.A. Cabinteely 

Duggan, Wm. Sheridan, Francis Castledermot 
Donohoe, Francis, Moone 

B.A. 
Dunne, Edw. J. Doyle, John, B.A. Celbridge 

M'Swiggaii,Johu Gaynor, Fred. Chapelizod 

Masterson, J., B.A. 

Mulderry, John, B.A. 
Baxter, James, Hanley, William Lucan 

Canon, V.F. Traynor, Michael Clondalkin 
Hickey, James Hayden,Ptk.,B.A. Clontarf 

Meighan, Wm. Clontarf 
Doyle, Patrick Frewen, Michael, Coolock 

B.A. 
Ivers-, Patrick Nowlan, Jos. Ranelagh 

Keane, Wm. 

Kvan,Domiuick,B.A. 
Williams, Jas. Devme,Mchl.,B.A.Donabate 

Dunne, Jas. J., Farrell,Aug.,B.A. Donnybrook 
J\lgr., V.G, Molony, Danl. 

Gallagher, Daniel, B.A. 
Duggan, Richd. O'Brien, Michael Dundrum 

Larkin, John 

M'Grath, Denis Kilmacud, Still- 



Hoey, Michael 



Kilmacud, 

organ 
Dunlavin 



Kennedy, Patk. 

Flanagan, Rich., Donard 
B.A. 

Creagh, Barthm, Naas 
(Rathmore,Naas) B.A. 
Crimmins, Patk, M'Carroll, James Enniskerry 

Koran, Wm., B.A, 



Norris, John 



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CATHOLIC REGISTRY, 



[1920 



Parishes. 


Parish Priests. Curates. Post Towns. 


Fairview 


Pettit, Denis, Nolan, Jas. P., Fairview 




Canon, V.F, B.A. 




Ryan, Patrick 




M'Sweeney, Eug.,B.A. 


Finglas and St. 


Smith, Bernard O 'Gorman, Patk. St. Margaret's 


Margaret's 


(Finglas) 


Garristown and 


Wade, Joseph Creedoii, Ml., B.A, Garristown 


Rolestown 


(Rolestown) 




Kivlehan, M., B.A. Oldtown 


Glasnevin 


Dudley, Henry Doherty, James Santry 




(Glasnevin) Dunlea, Patk Glasnevin 




Byrne. Wm.J.,B.A. 


Glasthule and 


Murray, Joseph, Lockhart, Wm. Glasthule 


Dalkey 


Canon, M'Gough, Ed. Glasthule 




Conroy, Bernard Dalkey 




Fitzpatrick, Jas., Dalkey 




B.A. 


Glendalough 


Butler, Michael Jones, Fred , B.A. Roundwood 




(Roundwood) 




Blake, Matt., B.A. Glendalough 


Greystones 


Flavin, Patk. Rafter, Paul, B.A. Greystones 


Haddington Rd. 


Donnelly, Most Wall, Fras., B.A. Presbytery 
Rev.Dr.,Bishop'hIcGo\igh, Percy St. Mary's, 




of Canea,Dean, Hooke, John Haddington 




V.G. Doyle, James Road 


Howth 


Dunne, Peter Clinton, James Howth 




O'Gorman, Danl., B.A. 




Fallen, Thos.. B.A. 


Kilbride and 


Breen, James Clarke, J. M., B.A. Kilbride, Wick- 


Barndarrig 


(Barndarrig,Kil- low 




bride, Wieklow) 


Kilcullen 


Jones, John M-Auliffe,P.,B.A. Kilcullen 




Byrne, Ml., B.A. 


Kilquade 


Ryan, Daniel Russell, Nicholas Newtownmount- 




kennedy 




Scannell, Patk., Delgany 




B.A. 


Kingstown 


Murphy, Wm. J., Hogan, Michl. o Eblaria Avenue, 




Canon ~O'Byrne, Patrick Kingstown 




(7 Eblana Av.) Potter, L. J., B.A. 6 Eblana Avenue 


Lusk 


Fennelly, John Toher,Ml.,M.A. Lusk 


Maynooth 


Deasy, Daniel Dooly, James Leixlip 




Boylan, Michael Maynooth 


Monks town 


Eaton, Robert Dunlea, J., M.Sc. 3 Pakenham Villas 




Canon Ronayne, Thos., Monkstown 




B,A. 



1920] DIOCESE OF DUBLIN. 


185 


Parishes. 


Parish Priests. 


Curates. 


Post Towns. 


Narraghmore 


Warren, Patrick Ryan, John T. 


Kilmead, Athy 




(Ballytore) 


O'Reilly, James 


Ballytore 


Naul 


Healy, John 


Delaney, D1.,B.A 


. Ballyboghill 


Rathdrum 


'Callaghan, Jos 


.Burke, Ml. V., 


Rathdrum 






B.A. 




Rathfarnham & 


O'Keeffe, Joseph Behan, Michl., 


Rathfarnham 


Bohernabreena 


Canon, 


B.A., L.D. 






(Rathfarnham) 


Kellv Laurence, 








B.A. 








Doyle, Jas. 


Bohernabreena 


Rathgar 


Mai one, Charles 


Sheehan, John 


49 Rathgar Road 




Canon 


Hill, Thomas 






(50 Rathgar Rd. 






Rathmines 


Fricker, Mark A., Rowan, Patrick 


25 Rathmines 




Ven. Archdn. 


O'Loughlin.Francis Road 






Burke, William 








Kinsella, Laur., 


126 Harold's 






B.A. 


Cross 







M-Donnell, Patk. 




Ringsend 


CTByrne/Thos.P 


,Purfield, Jos. 


Ringsend 






Union, Jos. 




Rush 


Grimes, Chr. 


Skehan, C., B.A. 


Rush 


Saggart 


O'Carroll, Chas. 


O'Keeffe, Patk., 




j 


M.A. 


Saggart 






Daly, Mich., B.A. 




Sandyford . Kelly, John 


Sexton, James 


Sandyford 




O'Rourke, Thos., 


Glencullen 






B.A. 




Sandymount 


Ridgeway, Chas 


M'Sweeney, ML, 


Sandymount 






B.A. 




O'Toole, Joseph. B A. 


Skerries 


Ryan, Philip. 


Ellis, Michael 


Skerries 






Keogh, Denis,B. A 




Swords 


Nolan, John 


Brennan, Patk. 


Malahide 




Talbot, Hy.,B.A. 


Swords 


Terenure and Healy, John 


Hayes, Peter 


Terenure 


Crumliii 


Dempsey, Patk. 






O' Callaghan, 






Timothy, B.A. 


Crumlin 


Wicklow . Staples, John, 


Cogan, Michael 


Wicklow 


Canon, V.F. 


O'Ryan, Patrick 





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PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS IN THE DIOCESE. 



Workhouses. Chaplains. 

Atliy Very Rev. Edward Canon 

Mackey, P.P., V.F. 
Balrothery Very Rev. John 

Fennelly, P.P. 
Celbridge Very Rev. Edward 

Dunne, P.P. 
Dublin, South Rev. Richard 

Dillon, O.C.C. 

Naas Very Rev. John Norris, P.P. 
Rathdown Very Rev. John 

O'Donnell, P.P. 
Rathdnim Very Rev Joseph 

O'Callaghan, P.P. 

Lunatic Asylums. Chaplains. 

Dun drum Very Rev, Richard 
Duggan, P.P. 



Lunatic Asylums. Chaplains. 

Richmond Very Rev. Robert 
Canon Fegan, P.P. 

Hospitals. Chaplains. 

Richmond, } -.-. _., , 

Whttworth, [y7 Re J- Bojfrt 
Hardwicte J Cunon Fegan, P.P. 
Meath Right Rev. Monsignor 

FitzPatrick, P.P., V.G. 
Westmoreland Lock Very Rev. 

Peter Earley, Adm. 

Prisons. Chaplains. 

Kilmainham Very Rev. William 

Canon Magill, P.P. 
Mount joy V.Bev.J.CanonWatera, 

and Rev. M. M'Mahon, B.A. 



Military Barracks Richmond, Royal, Beggar's Bush, Portobello, Linen 
Hall, Island Bridge, Ship Street, Wellington, Marlborough There is 
Mass on Sundays and Holidays specially for the Military in St. 
Aiidoen's, St. James's, St. Paul's, Rathmines, and Ringsend Churches. 

Hibernian Military Schools. Phoenix Park Chaplain, Very Rev. John 
M'Swiggan, P.P , Chapelizod, Co. Dublin. 

Constabulary Depot, Phoenix Park Chaplain, Very Rev. Joseph 
Canon Burke, P.P. 

The different military stations, with their respective schools and 
hospitals, are visited and attended by parochial clergymen deputed 
for the purpose. 



RELIGIOUS ORDERS AND CONGREGATIONS IN THE 
DIOCESE. 



AUGUSTINSANS, JOHN STREET. 



Very Rev. A. Walsh, D.D., ex- 

As st. -General. 

Very Rev. J. Condon, Prior. 
Very Rev. L. W. Brophy. 
Very Rev. J. Murphy, D.D. , ex-Prov. 
Very Rev. T. Kenna, D.D,, Su? - 

Prior. 



Very Rev. P. Coakley, D.D. 
Rev. H. Hederman. 
Rev. Thomas A. Maloney. 
Brother Nicholas O'Neill. 
,, Benignus Tra-cey. 



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187 



AUGUSTINIAN NOVITIATE ORLAGH, RATHFARNHAM. 

Very Rev. P. A. Doyle, Prior. \ Rev. L. M. Hughes. 



Very Rev. Thos. Brangan, Sub- 
Prior and Master of Novices. 
Very Rev. P. Callan. 

CARMELITES (CALCED), 

Very Rev. J. J. Cogan, B.A., Prov. 

Very Rev. D. B. Devlin, Prior. 

Very Rev. A. E. Farrington, D.D., 
Ex-Prov. 

Very Rev. Michael O'Reilly, Ex- 
Prov. 

Rev. P. A. Wade, Sub- Prior. 

Rev. T. M. Grennan. 

Rev. J. J. Beahan. 

Rev. J. P. O'Reilly. 



Rev. H. J. Kenny, 
Rev. S. M'Fadden. 



WHITEFRIAR STREET. 

Rev. W. F. Byrne. 
Rev. R. T. Dillon. 
Rev. J. D. M'Dermott. 
Rev. C. S. Gavin, Procurator, 
Rev. T. S. M'Dermott. 
Rev. W. B. Brennan. 
Rev. Dillon Cosgrave, B.A 
Rev. P. L. Nolan. 
Rev. Egan. 



CARMELITE COLLEGE, TERENURE. 



Very Rev. L. M. Gerhard, B.A., 

Prior. 
Rev. R. B. Taylor, M.A., S.T.M , 



Rev. M. S. O'Byrne. 

Rev. J. L. Daly. 

Rev. M. P. Griffin, M.A. 



Sub-Prior. 
Ardavon, Rathgar Rev. J. S. Megannety, Rev. J. A, Dowling. 



FRANCISCAN-CAPUCHINSMONASTERY OF "ST. MARY OF 
ANGELS," CHURCH STREET, DUBLIN. 



VeryRev. Father Mark, Guardian. 
Very Rev. Father Aloysius, Def. 
Very Rev. Father Paul. 
Very Rev. Father Peter. 
Very Rev. Father Nicholas. 
Very Rev. Father Augustine. 
Very Rev. Father Salvator. 
Rev. Father Benedict, Vicar, 
Rev. Father Sebastian 
Rev Father Laurence. 



Rev. Father John, B.A. 

Rev. Father Joseph, Pres. Fr. 

Mathew Hall. 
Rev. Father Stanislaus, Prov. 

Arcliiv. 

Rev. Father Albert, B.A. 
Rev. Father Columbus, B.A , B.D. 
Rev. Father Alphonsus. 
Rev. Father Canice, B.A., Vice- 

Pres. Fr. Mathew Hall. 



Brothers Leo, Elzear, Pacificus, Bernard, 



CARMELITES (DISGALGED), CLARENDON STREET. 



Very Rev. Bernard Gorman, Prov. 
Very Rev. Ignatius M'Grath. Prior. 
Rev. Aloysius Corbett, Sub-Prior. 
Rev. Livinus Nevin. 
Rev. Aloysius Coghlan. 
Rev. Joseph Coen. 
Rev, Cyril Ryan. 



Rev. Thomas Reynolds. 
Rev. Angelus Irvine* 
Rev. Dominic Mangan. 
Rev. Albert Keane. 
Rev. Brendan O'Brien. 
Rev. Boniface Hanway, 
Rev, Basil O'Donnell, 



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CARMELITES (DESCALGED), HOUSE OF STUDIES, ST. MARY'S, 
MOREHAMPTON ROAD, DONNYBROOK. 

Very Rev. Gabriel Purcell, Prior. ' Rev. Kevin Neary. 

Rev. Malachy Cranfield. 
Rev. Fintan O'Brien. 
Rev. Laurence Murphy. 



Rev. Augustine Phillips. 
Rev. Patrick Rushe. 
Rev. B. Mulleady 
Rev. Alphonsus Kelly. 



DOMINICANS- ST. SAVIOUR'S CHURCH, DORSET STREET. 



Very Rev. James P. Bowling, 

Provincial. 

Very Rev. Michael O'Kane, S.T.L. 
Very Rev. L. M. Ryan. S.T.L. J.C.L. 
Rev. A. O'Quigley, Sub-Prior, - 
Rev. B. J. Masterson. 
Rev. A. M. O'Neill, 



Rev. R. M. Headley. 
Rev. T. M. Barrett, S.T.L. 
Rev. J. D. Houlihan. 
Rev. W. B. Costello. 
Rev. P. Q'Hara 
Rev. Finbar Ryan, B.A. 
Rev. F. Ryan, S.T.L. 



DOMINICANS ST. MARY'S OF THE ROSARY. TALLAGHT. 

Very Rev. H. M. Donegan, I Rev. H. J. Jones. 



S.T.M.. Prior. 



Rev, M. H. Mnclnerney. 



Very Rev. P. P. M'Kenna. S.T.M.. ! Rev. C. O'Neill, S.T.L. 



Sub-Prior. 



Rev. R. J. Roche, S.T.L. 



Rev. D. M Fahy, Master of Novices. Rev. A. H. J. Power, S.T.L. 
Rev. D. R. Magennis. 



DOMINICANS CONVENT, ATHY. 

Very Rev, J, Kiely, Vicar. Rev. John C. O'Sullivan. 

FRANCISCANS MERCHANTS' QUAY. 

Very Rev. T. A. Molony, Guard. \ Rev. P. F. Bfgg. 



Very Rev. J. A. Jackman, Ex- 

Prov. 

A/ery Rev. N. L. Baldwin. 
Yery Rev. R, C Browne. 



Rev. T. A. Fitzgerald. 
Rev. J, L. Lynch. 



CONGREGATION OF THE HOLY GHOST AND OF THE IMMACULATE 
HEART OF MARY (C.S.Sp.). 

HOLY GHOST MISSIONARY COLLEGE (NOVITIATE AND SENIOR 

SCHOLASTICATE, THEOLOGICAL STUDENTS), 

KIMMAGE MANOR, DUBLIN. 



Very Rev. H. M. G. Evans, 
Superior and Master of Novices. 

Rev. John St. J. Kearney, Director 
of Scholastics, 



Rev. Philip O'Shea, Bursar. 
Rev. James Murphy, D.D. 
Rev. Bernard Fennelly, B.A. 
Rev. Herbert Farrell. 



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189 



BLACKROCK COLLEGE, 

Very Rev. M. Downey, Pres. Rev. 

Very Rev. J. Botrel, 1st Assistant Rev. 

Provincial. Rev. 

Rev. Michael Hyland, Director of Rev. 

Holy Childhood. Rev. 

Rev. N. J. Brennan. Rev. 

Rev. Hugh O'Toole. Rev. 

Rev. Jas. M. Keawell, Bursar. Rev. 

Rev. T. P. O'Hanlon. Rev. 

Rev. M. Walsh. Rev. 
Rev. M. J. Kelly. 

CONGREGATION OF THE HOLY GHOST 
RATH MINES. 

HOUSE OF STUDIES or C.S.Sp. N. 



DUBLIN. 

Ferdinand Senger. 
Martin Maloney. 
P. Brennan. 
Joseph Baldwin. 
Thomas Naughton. 

A. M'Donald. 
James Burke. 
M. O'Mahony. 
Joseph Butler. 

B. Wilson. 

-ST. MARY'S COLLEGE, 

UNIV. STUDENTS. 



Very Rev. C. D. O'Shea, LL.D., 

Provincial. 
Very Rev. L. Healy, 2nd Assistant, 

Provincial, Pres. 
Rev. M. T. Meagher, Secretary for 

Irish Missions of the Holy Ghost 

Fathers in Africa. 



Rev. John O'Hart, B.A, 
Rev. J. Stafford. 
Rev. Thaddnis O'Connor. 
Rev. D. Fahey, D.D. 
Rev. P. Hcery, B.A. 



SOCIETY OF JESUS CHURCH OF ST. FRANCIS XAVIER t 
UPPER GARDINER STREET. 



Very Rev. Thomas V. Nolan 

Provincial. 

Rev. Andreas Macardle, Superior. 
Rev. Joseph Wrafter. 
Rev. James Bury. 
Rev. James Cullen. 
Rev. Thomas Murphy. 
Rev. Timothy O'Keeffe. 
Rev. Vincent Byrne. 
Rev. Michael Weafer. 



Rev. Wm. Gleeson. 
Rev. Patrick Barrett. 
Rev. William Henry. 
Rev. Joseph Tunney. 
Rev. Charles Farley. 
Rev.' Michael Browne, 
Rev. Patrick Power. 
Rev. Frederick Gill. 
Rev. Michael Phelan 



Rev. Henry Potter. 

SOCIETY OF JESUS HOUSE OF STUDIES AND SPIRITUAL 
EXERCISES, MILLTOWN PARK, DUBLIN. 



Very Rev. Martin Maher, Rector. 

Rev. Nicholas Tomkin, Minister. 

Rev. Peter Finlay. 

Rev. Robert Kane. 

Rev. John McDonnell. 

Rev. Matthew Devitt. 

Rev. Hugh Tunney. 

Rev. Henry Fegan. 

Rev. Edward Masterson. 

Rev. Patrick Bartley. 

Rev. James Forristal. 

Rev. John Keane. 

Rev. Patrick O'Brien. 

Rev. Gerald Owens. 



Rev. Joseph Canavan. 
Rev. Michael Saul. 
Rev. Edward Cahill. 
Rev. William O'Leary. 
Rev. Patrick Gannon. 
Rev. John Harmon. 
Rev. D. Filzgibbon. 
Rev. Basil Loughnan. 
Rev. Martin Hanley. 
Rev. Michael Murray. 
Rev. Thomas M-Loughlin. 
Rev. John MacSheahan. 
Rev. Daniel Finn. 



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SOCIETY OF JESUS BELVEDERE COLLEGE, GREAT DENMARK 

STREET. 



Rev. C. Doyle, Rector. 

Rev. S. M'Laughlin, Vice-Rector. 

Rev. J. M'Donnell. 

Rev. N. A. Tomkin. 

Rev. L. M'Kenna. 



Rev. R. Golding. 
Rev. J. Byrne. 
Rev. E. Dillon. 
Rev. M Quiiilan. 



SOCIETY OF JESUS ST. IGNATIUS', 35 AND 36 LOWER LEESON 

STREET. 



Rev. T. A. Finlay, M,A., Pres. 
Rev. George R. Roche, Vice-Pres. 
Rev. H. Browne, M.A. 
Rev. William Delany, LL.D. 
Rev. George O'Neill, M.A. 



Rev. Michael Egan, M.A. 
Rev. Timothy Corcoran, M.A. 
Rev. Patrick Con-nolly. 
Rev. John M'Erlean. 
Rev. Henry Gill. 



SOCIETY OF JESUS HOUSE OF STUDIES, RATH FARM HAM, 
CO. DUBLIN. 



Very Rev. John Sullivan. Superior. 
Rev. Richard Campbell, Vice- 
Superior. 

Rev. Michael Garahy. 
Rev. John F. O'Brien. 
Rev. David Gallerv. 



Rev. J. Darlington. 
Rev. John Fallon. 
Rev. Joseph Flinn. 
Rev. Timothy Hilpin. 
Rev. Patrick O'Mara. 



SOCIETY OF JESUS UNIVERSITY HALL. 

Rev. T. A. Finlay, M.A. J Rev. George Roche. 

MARIST FATHERS CATHOLIC UNIVERSITY SCHOOL, 
LOWER LEESON STREET. 

Rev. Francis Me Vicar, S.M., Pres. Rev. Patk. F. Lawless, S.M. 

Rev. James Larney, S.M , Vice- Rev. P. J. Prendergast, S.M. 

Pres. Rev. John Fox, S.M, 
Rev. Edward Gunn, S.M. 

OBLATES OF MARY IMMACULATE HOUSE OF RETREAT, 
INCHICORE. 



Very Rev. Thomas Leahy, Prov. 
Very Rev. Joseph Wheeler, Sup. 
Rev. John J. O'Carroll. 
Rev. Thomas Dawson, 
Rev. Matthew Clarke. 



Rev. Timothy O'Ryan. 

Rev. Eugene Matthews, 

Rev. Michael Sweeney. 

Rev. Richard Ryan. 

Rev. James O'Shea, B.A., D.D. 



OBLATES OF MARY IMMACULATE NOVITIATE AND HOUSE 
OF STUDIES, BELMONT HOUSE, STILLORGAN. 

Very Rev. Joseph Danaher, D. Ph. I Rev L Foley, M.A. 

D.D., Supr. \ Rev. Francis' Foley, B.A. 

Right Rev. Bishop Miller. Rev. Richard Gleeson, B.A. 
Rev. William M'Callion. 



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191 



OBLATES OF MARY IMMACULATE JUNIORATE, BELCAMP HALL, 

RAHENY. 

Very Rev. William ' Connor, B. A., | Rev, Michael O'Dwyer. 

Superior. j Rev. Wm. Doyle. B.A., S.T.L. 

Rev. Nicholas Treacy, B^A., D.D. | Rev. James M'Cann, B.A. 



OBLATES ST. KEVIN'S SCHOOL, GLENGREE. 



Very Rev. 
Superior. 



J. M'D. Moran, 



Rev. James Hughes. 
Rev. Edward Hunt. 



PASSIONIST FATHERS RETREAT OF ST. PAUL OF THE CROSS, 
MOUNT ARGUS, HAROLD'S CROSS. 



Very Rev. John M 'Mullen, C.P., 

Provincial. 
Very Rev. Cyprian Meagher, C.P., 

1st Prov. Cons. 
Very Rev. Sebastian Slean, C.P., 

2nd Prov. Cons. 

Very Rev. Francis Kelly, Rector. 
Rev. Fernando Saavadora, Vicar. 
Rev. Laurence Kieran, C.P., 
Rev. Berchmans Byrne, C.P. 



Rev. Pancras Byrne, C.P. 
Rev. Columban Tyne, C.P. 
Rev. Joseph Smith, C.P. 
Rev. Hubert Carruth, C.P. 
Rev. Herbert Greenan, C.P. 
Rev. Xavier Beale. 
Rev. Kieran Farrelly. 
Rev. Colman Fitzgerald, C.P. 
Rev. Basil Carron. 
Rev. Adrian Convery. 



REDEMPTORISTS MARIANELLA, ORWELL ROAD, RATHGAR. 

Fitzgerald, 



Very Rev. John 

Superior. 
Rev. John Doyle. 
Rev, Richard Murphy. 



Rev. T. Sutton. 

Rev. Cornelius Mangan. 

Rev. Thomas Robinson. 



The Residence of Missionary Fathers, and also a Hospice 
University Students, and for Students of the Order. 



for 



CONGREGATION OF THE MISSION ST. JOSEPH'S, BLACKROCK 
NOVITIATE. 



Very Rev. Joseph Walshe, Visitor. 
Rev. Michael Brosnahan. 
Rev. Michael Carrigy. 
Rev. P. O'Regan. 



Rev. James Downey. 
Rev. Edmond Barry. 
Rev. James Doyle. 
Rev. John Carr. 



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CONGREGATION OF THE MISSION. HOUSE OF MISSIONS AND 
PAROCHIAL RETREATS, ST. PETER'S, PHIBSBORO', N.C.R. 



Very Rev. John O'Connell, Sup. 

Rev. Thomas Hardy, 

Rev. John Maher. 

Rev. Patrick Walshe, 

Rev. John Ward. 

Rev. John Conran. 

Rev. John Brady. 

Rev. Michael Kiernan. 

Rev. Patrick Hullen. 



Rev. George O' Sullivan. 
Rev. Edmund Comerford. 
Rev. Michael Gorman. 
Rev. John Roughan. 
Rev. Joseph Moran. 
Rev. Michael Gallagher. 
Rev. Richard Macken. 
Rev. Michael Nolan. 
Rev. Peter O'Leary. 



CONGREGATION OF THE MISSION (VINCENTIANS) ST. VINCENT'S 
COLLEGE, CASTLEKNOCK. 



Very Rev. Vincent M'Carthy, Pres. 
Rev. Alexander McCarthy, V ice- 
President. 
Rev. R. C. Bodkin. 
Rev. Joseph Cussen, 
Rev. L. Laffan. 
Rev. G. Carroll. 



Rev. Henrv O'Connor. 
Rev. William D M'Glynn, 
Rev. Austin Murphy. 
Rev. Vincent M'Quillan. 
Rev. Thomas Hickey. 
Rev. Thomas Donovan. 
Rev. John Thompson. 



CONGREGATION OF THE MISSION ALL HALLOWS COLLEGE, 
DRUMCONDRA. 



Superiors and Professors. 



Very Rev. Thos. O'Donnell, C.M., 
President. 

Rev. John Ballesty, C.M., V ice- 
President and Bursar. 

Very Rev. James Moore, C.M. 

Very Rev. Joseph Geoghegan, C.M. 



Rev. John McGuinness. C.M. 
Rev. Joseph Sheehy, C.M. 
Rev. James Furlong, C.M. 
Rev. M. J. O'Farrell. 
Rev. A. Quinn, S.T.L. 
Rev. Patrick Kerr, D.D, 
Rev. W. Pur cell, C.M. 



This College was founded in- 1842, for the education of Missionary 
priests for foreign countries, especially those countries to which Irish 
people emigrated. 



ST. PATRICK'S TRAINING COLLEGE, DRUMCONDRA. 

Principal, Very Rev. John S. Bursar, Rev. Timothy O'Herlihy. 

Russell, CM. C.M. 

Ex-Prin., Very Rev. Peter Byrne, I Dean, Rev. Thomas Cleary C.M. 

LL.D., C.M. 



1920] DIOCESE OF DUBLIN. 193 

CARMELITE BROTHERS. 

Monastery Of Mount St. JOSEPH, Clondalkin Prior, Brother J. D. 
Joyce. Chaplain, Rev. Charles Finegan, B.A. 

St. Joseph's Asylum and School for Male Blind, Drumcondra Prior, 
Brother B. J. Byrne ; Chaplain, Rev. John FitzPatrick, M.A. 

HOSPITALLER BROTHERS OF THE ORDER OF ST. JOHN OF GOD. 

House Of St. John Of God, Stillorgan Prior, Rev. Louis Vincent. 
Chaplain, Rev. Father Flavian Leonard, of the same Order. Com- 
munity, 16. The Brothers have charge of an Asylum for Gentlemen 
mentally affected. 

CHRISTIAN BROTHERS. 

St. Mary's, Marino Novft ate and Residence of the Superior- 
General and his Assistants. 

Superior -General, Rev. Br. J. C. Whitty, 

Marino School Director, Rev. Br. P. B. Reid. 

St. Joseph's, Baldoyle ,, Br. J. B. Moloney 

The O'Brien Institution, Fairview ,, Br. P. L. Lanigan 

North Richmond Street ^ 

St. Laurence O'Toole's R T . n ,, T , 

St. Mary's Place Br. J.A. O Mahony 

Great Strand Street 

St. Nicholas's, Francis Street ) Br T j Stap ieton 

St. Kevin's, Synge Street, ] 

St. Andrew's, Westland Row Br. T. J. Ryan 

Coleridge } Br.M.W.Birgh.m 

North Brunswick Street ,, Br. T. A. Curley 

St. Vincent's Orphanage, Glasnevin ,, ,, Br. J. D. Hayes 

St. Joseph's, Cabra (Deaf Mutes) . Br. J. L. Johnson 

Industrial School, Artane ,, ,, Br. P. O. Ryan 

Industrial School, Carriglea Park Br. T. B. M'Mahon 

Kingstown, St. Michael's Br. J. S. Galvin 

St. John's, Athy Br. D. B. Hoctor 

BROTHERS OF THE CHRISTIAN SCHOOLS 
(DE LA SALLE BROTHERS). 

Dublin De La Salle Univerity Hall, Ely Place. A House of Studies in 
connection with the National University for Members of the Order, 
and for a limited and select number of past pupils of the De La 
Salle Training College, Waterford. Superior, Brother James D. 
O'Connor, M.A. 

WicklOW St. Joseph's College. A Day Secondary School ; prepares 
for the Intermediate and University Matriculation Examinations, 
Superior, Brother John P. Kearney, B.A. 

PRESENTATION BROTHERS. 

Presentation College, Glasthule, Kingstown. Day College for Boys, 
High-class English, Classical, Scientific and Commercial Education. 
Superior, Brother Aquiii. 



194 CATHOLIC REGISTRY. [1920 

CONVENTS OF NUNS. 

CARMELITE CONVENTS 9. 
Monastery of Our Lady of Mount Carmel and St. Joseph, Blackrock 

(Primitive observance). Founded 1823. Prioress, Mrs, Bracken. 

Religious, 18. Chaplain, Rev. John Kennedy, B.A. 
Immaculate Heart Of Mary, Delgany (Primitive observance). Founded, 

1844. Prioress, Mrs. Deevy. Religious, 21. Chaplain, Rev. 

Patrick Scannell, C.C. 
Carmel Of the Assumption, Firhouse, Tallaght (Primitive observance). 

Community transferred from Clondalkin, 1827. Prioress, Mrs. 

Kennedy. Religious, 11. National School, under Secular Teachers, 

on Convent grounds ; attendance, from 100 to 120. Chaplain, from 

Carmelite College, Terenure. 

Monastery Of the Incarnation, Hampton. Drumcondra (Primitive 
; observance). Community transferred from Blanchardstown, 1858. 

Prioress, Mrs. M. Keeffe. Religious, 21. Chaplain, Very Rev. Denis 

Canon Pettit, P.P., V.F.. 

Carmelite Monastery of our Lady and St. Joseph, Kilmacud, Stillorgan 

(Primitive observance). Founded, 1881. Prioress, Mrs. Anne Fok-y. 

Religious, 17. Chaplains, Parochial clergy, Dundrum. 
Monastery of the Immaculate Conception, Roebuck, Dundrum (Primitive 

observance). Founded 1830. Superioress, Mrs. E. Maguire. 

Religious, 14. Chaplain, Rev. Patrick Gavin, C.C. 
St. Joseph's, Ranelagh (Primitive observance). Community transferred 

from Arran Quay, 1790. Prioress,- Mrs. Brophy. Religious, 15. 

Chaplain, Rev. Thomas Brennan. 
Carmelite Convent, Tranquilla, Rathmines '(Primitive observance). 

Founded 1833. Prioress, Mrs. Anne Conn ell. Religious, 17. Chap- 
lain, Very Rev. Patrick Ivers, P.P. 
St. Teresa's, Mount Tallant, Harold's Cross (Primitive observance). 

Community transferred from Warrenmount, 1892. Prioress, Mrs. 

Alice Ear.i y. Religious, 14. Chaplain, Rev. Gregory Byrne. 

ORDER OF TIE MOST HOLY REDEEMER. 

Monastery of the Redemptoristines, St. Alphonsus Road, Dublin. 
Established 1859. Rev. Mother, Sister Mary Stanislaus. Religious, 
32. The Nuns, who live in strict enclosure, devote themselves to 
a life of reparation and intercessory prayer. Attached to the 
Monastery is a Church open to the public for Mass and Devotions. 
Benediction of the Most Blessed Sacrament every day at four o'clock. 
Chaplains, Rev. Patrick J. Walsh, M.A., Archbishop's House, and 
Rev. Joseph Valentine, B.A., Holy Cross College, Clonliffe. 

PRESENTATION CONVENTS 6. 

George's Hill, Dublin. Founded 1794. Superioress, Mother M. Joseph 
Cormrck. Religious, 22. Orphanage for girls. About 50 orphans 
trained for trades and situations. Convent National Schools ; attend- 
ance over 800. From 50 to 80 poor children daily receive breakfast. 
The Sisters also provide clothing for the poorest children. Chaplains 
Parochial Clergy, Halston Street. 

Immaculate CcvVeption, Clondalkin. Founded 1857. Superioress, 
Mrs. Mary 5 ag lalen Dawson. Community, 17. Convent National 
Schools ; attendance, nearly 300. Chaplains, Parochial Clergy, 



1920] DIOCESE OF DUBLIN. 195 

Maynooth. Founded 1823. Superioress, Mrs. Berchmans O'Connor, 
Religious, 22. Convent National Schools"; attendance, 250. Chap- 
lain, a Clergyman from St. Patrick's College, Maynooth. 

Presentation Convent, St. Joseph's, Lucan. Founded 1867. Superioress, 
Sister M. Berchmans Joyce. Religious, 22. Convent National 
Schools ; attendance, 300. St. Anne's School ; 20 pupils. Chap- 
lain, Rev. W. Hanly, C.C. 

Terenure. Founded 1866. Superioress, Mrs. M. B. Murphy, Convent 
National Schools ; attendance, 500. Religious, 16. Chaplains, 
Parochial Clergy. 

Presentation Convent, Warrenmount,. Dublin. Founded 1892. 
Superioress, Mother M. Evangelist Murphy. Community, 15. 
Convent National Schools ; attendance, 950. Chaplain, Rev. 
John J. Ryan, B.A. 

CONVENTS OF THE SISTERS OF MERCY 15. 

Baggot Street. Founded 1827; Superioress, Mrs. Kennedy. Religious, 
30 to 40. There is a Special Class attached to the Convent, where 
about 90 talented young girls are prepared for the Training College. 
Convent National Schools ; attendance, 1,300. Children attending 
Towiisend Street Convent National Schools, 700. Chaplains, 
Parochial Clergy. The Sisters have also a House of Mercy under 
their care in which about 40 poor unprotected young girls of good 
character are trained as laundresses and domestic servants. An 
office for extern servants is also attached. 

ArklOW. Founded 1876. Superioress, Mrs. Talbot. Religious, 28. 
Young Ladies' Boarding School and Private Day School. Convent 
National School ; attendance, 400. Chaplain, Very Rev. James 
Canon Flavin, P.P. 

Athy, Founded 1852. Superioress, Mrs. Kennedy. Religious, 38, 
Private Day School. Convent National Schools ; attendance, 550. 
House of Mercy, for training servants. Athy Union Hospital, 
Local Superioress, Mrs. Rochfort. Religious, 5. Chaplain, Very Rev. 
Edward Canon Mackey, P.P., V.F. 

Blackrock Convent of the Mother of Mercy, Carysfort Park, Black- 
rock, Co. Dublin. Founded 1891. Superioress, Mrs. O'Keeffo. 
Religious, between 60 and 70. A Training College for Catholic School 
Mistresses is attached. Number in Training, 200. . There is a Junior 
Preparatory College on the premises, where young girls from 12 to 
17 years of age are prepared to enter Training College. Convent 
National Schools ; attendance, 500. The Sick and Dying Poor ara 
visited and relieved by the Sisters. Chaplains, Vincentian Fathers, 
St. Joseph's, Blackrock. 

Booterstown, St. Ann's. Founded 1838. Local Superioress, Sister M. 
Stanislaus. Religious, 12. Convent National School ; attendance, 
200. Industrial School ; inmates, 91. Chaplains, Parochial Clergy, 
Booterstown. 

St. Patrick's Refuge, Crofton Road, Kingstown. Superioress, Mrs, 
M. F. Hunt. Religious, 15. Penitents transferred from Glasthule, 
1880. This institution was founded in Bow Street, in 1798. 
Chaplain, Rev. Vincent P. Steen, B.A. 

St. Brigid's, Rathdrum. Founded 1866. Local Superioress, Mrs. 
Hay den. Religious, 10. Industrial School and Orphanage for boys 
from 3 to 1 1 years of age. Convent National School ; attendance, 
150, Chaplain, Very Rev, Joseph O'Callaghan, P.P. 



196 CATHOLIC REGISTRY. [1920 

St. Vincent's, Golden Bridge. Founded 1855. Local Superioress, Sister 
M. Dominic Foster. Religious, 17. Conv ent National Schools ; 
attendance between 500 and 600. Industrial School for 150 girls. 
Chaplain, Rev. Thomas O'Ryan, C.C. 

Mater Misericordise Hospital, Eccles Street. Founded 1852. Local 
Superioress, Sister Calixtus Sheehy. Religious, 38. Hospital, 340 beds. 
Hospital supported by voluntary contributions. Hospital-trained and 
experienced Nurses will be sent immediately to any part of Ireland on 
receipt of letter or telegram addressed to the Superior of the Hospital, 
Private rooms for the reception of patients suffering from all kinds 
of medical and surgical affections are attached to the Hospital ; 
also Convalescent Home at Beaumont, Drumcondra. Chaplain, 
Rev. Joseph Young, B.A. 

Convalescent Home in connection with the Mater Misericordioe Hospital, 
Beaumont, Drumcondra. Founded 1900. Superioress, Sister M. 
Thomas Condon. Chaplain, a Clergyman from All Hallows College. 

Jervis Street Hospital, Dublin. Founded 1718. Community estab- 
lished 1854. Local Superioress, Mrs. M. T. Taaffe. Religious, 12. 
Hospital for 100. Intern and extern patients treated during the 
year, 15,000. Hospital supported by voluntary contributions. 
Trained Nurses will be sent to any part of Ireland on receipt of 
telegram. Chaplains, Parochial Clergy, Marlborough Street. 

St. Joseph's Night Refuge, Brickfield Lane, Dublin, for homeless women 
and children. Founded 1861. Community established 1876. 
Number of beds, 145. Superioress, M. Mary Louis O'Donnell. 
Religious, 14. The Homeless get breakfast and supper as well as 
shelter. Convent National Schools ; attendance, from 800 to 900. 
Chaplain, Rev. Denis O'Byrne. Adjoining St. Joseph's Night 
Refuge is now St. Joseph's Home of Mercy for young girls of good 
character, who are maintained and trained as domestic servants. 

St. Michael's Hospital, Kingstown. Community transferred from 
Monks town, 1876. Superioress, Sister M. Felicitas Hunt. Number of 
beds, 50. Religious, 16. Dispensary for extern cases open on Mon- 
days, Wednesdays and Fridays every week. Tuesdays, Dentist ; 
Thursdays, Oculist. Hospital supported by voluntary contributions. 
Donations gratefully, received. Chaplain, Rev. Vincent P. Steen, B.A. 

South Dublin Union Hospital. Community established 1881. Local 
Superioress, Sister M. Laurence Wrenn. Religious, 27. Beds in 
Hospitals, 971. Children in Schools and Infirmary, 196. Chaplain, 
Rev. R. Dillon, O.C.C. 

Our Lzdy Of Lourde& Hospital, Kill of the Grange, Co. Dublin 

Founded February llth, 1918. Local Superior, Mrs. M. X. 

O'Reilly. Religious, 6. Hospital, 52 beds. The Institution is 

intended for the benefit of Tubercular Patients, especially those in 

the advanced stages of the dread disease, who would find a great 

difficulty in procuring admission to the ordinary Hospitals, while 

their presence in their own homes would be a fruitful source of 

danger to all around them. Chaplain, Very Rev. John Ryan, P.P. 

CONVENTS OF THE CONGREGATION OF IRISH SISTERS OF 

CHARITY 16. 

Mount St. Anne's, Milltown. Founded 1879. Superior-General^ 
Mother A. Gertrude Chamberlaine. Professed Sisters, 12. Novices, 
30. Children attending Convent National School, 370. Mercer's 
and Incurable Hospitals and Sick Poor of five parishes visited, 
Chaplain, a Clergyman from Milltown Park, 



1920] DIOCESE OF DUBLIN. 197 

St. Mary's Industrial Training School, Stanhope Street, Dublin. 
Founded 1819. Redress, Mother Stephanie Camac, Religious, 26. 
This Institution is for the children of respectable parents, or orphan" 
who are unprotected, or whose guardians wish to have them trained tc 
industry. Children in Institution, 110. Children attending Conven 
National School, 1100. The Royal and Marlboro' Barracks, Whit- 
worth Hospitals, and the poor of four parishes visited. Chaplains, 
Priests of the Church of the Holy Family, Aughrim Street^ 

St. Mary Magdalen's Asylum, Donnybrook. Founded 1798. Redress. 
Mother M. Francis Kennedy. Community, 19. Penitents, 100. 
Chaplains, Parochial Clergy. 

Upper Gardiner Street, Dublin. Founded 1830. Redress, Mother 
Patricia Dodd. Religious, 23. Children attending Convent 
National School, Gardiner Street, 1,500. Widows' House, Belvidere 
Place, attached ; inmates, 70. St. Brigid's Workroom. Chaplains, 
Jesuit Fathers, Belvidere College. 

Convent Of the Nativity, Lakelands, Sandymount. Community estab- 
lished 1877. Redress, Mother Do Sales Hodgens. Religious, 2tf, 
Orphanage (founded 1815) attached, also Industrial School. Convent 
National School ; attendance, 350. Chaplain, Rev. Patrick 
O'Flynn, B.A. 

St. Vincent's Hospital. St. Stephen's Green, Dublin. Founded 1834. 
Redress, Mother M- Thecla Mauiisell. Religious, 32. Patients, 160. 
Number treated in Wards during the year, 1,736. Externs relieved, 
26,239. Hospital supported by voluntary contributions. Trained 
nurses always available. There is also a Private Hospital, 95, 96, 
and 97 Lower Leeson Street, under the management of the Sisters. 
Chaplain, Rev. \ValtT Thornton, B.A. 

Hospice for the Dying, Our Lady's Mount, Harold's Cross. Founded 
1879. Redress, Mother M. Bernard Carew. Religious, 27. Accom- 
modation for Patients, 110. Sick Poor of five parishes visited. 
Convent National Schools attached ; children, 800. Chaplain, 
Rev. Laurence Kinsella, C.C., B.A. 

St Mary's Asylum for Female Blind, Merrion. Founded 1858. 
Redress, Mother De Rieci O'Connor. Religious, 28. Inmates of 
Asylum for the Blind, 158. .Chaplain, F.ev. William Lillis, B.A. 

St. Joseph's Orphanage, Mountjoy Street, Orphanage founded 1770. 
Community established 1866. Redress, Mother Eulalia Malone, 
Religious, 18. Orphans, 96. King's Inns Street Convent National 
Schools are attended from this house. Attendance, 1,200. Chap- 
lain, Rev. M. J. Curran. 

Linden Convalescent Home, Blackrock. Founded in 1864 for the 
Convalescent Poor. Number of patients treated in the Home during 
the year, 1,402. Supported by voluntary contributions, Redress, 
Sister Camillus Dalton. Religious, 14. Chaplain, Rev. Jer, 
MacCarthy, C.C., B.A. 

Convent Of the Sisters Of Charity, Baldoyle. Founded 1869. Redress, 
Mother Mary Angela Walshe. Religious, 12. Children in Convent 
National Schools, 170. Sick Poor visited. Workroom Where the 
girls from Village and districts around get employment in Knitting 
Coats, Jerseys, etc. ; also in making underclothing, etc., etc. 
Chaplains, Parochial Clergy. 

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198 CATHOLIC REGISTRY. [1920 

The Children's Hospital (St. Joseph's), Temple Street. Institution 
founded (Buckingham Street), 1872 ; Community established, 1876. 
Redress, Mother M. Polycarp Cummins. Religious, 17. Proba- 
tioner Nurses, 19. Staff Nurses, 4. Lady Superintendent. 
Beds, 90. Annual number of intern patients treated, 1,430. Annual 
number of extern patients relieved in the dispensary, 21,856. 
Supported by voluntary contributions. Chaplain, a Clergyman 
from Belvidere College. 

St. Mary's Convalescent Hospital and Home for Children, Cappagh 

House, Finglas, Co. Dublin, in connection with The Children's 
Hospital," Temple Street. Founded 1908. This extension of the 
Hospital is the outcome of the charity of the late Lady Martin, 
who bequeathed to the Sisters of Charity her Cappagh property. 
Nursery nurses are trained. 

Sisters of Charity, St. Laurence O'Toole's Convent (off Seville Place). 
Founded 1882. Redress, Mother Helena Russell. Religious, 13. 
Sick Poor visited daily. Adjoining the Convent there is a Technical 
School for Girls, in which are held Classes of Domestic Economy. 
" Convent National School " ; attendance, 400. St. Mary's Home 
and Club for Girls of respectable character, who are out of employ- 
merit, is under the care of the Sisters and adjoins the Convent grounds. 

Sisters of Charity, Convent of the Holy Family, Bray, County 
Wicklow. Founded 1896. Redress, Mother M. Ethelburga Moran. 
Religious, 12. Convent National Schools ; attendance, 300. Sodali- 
ties of Children of Mary and Christian Mothers. Religious instruction 
given in Parochial National Schools, Bray. Sick Poor visited. 
Chaplain, Very Rev. R. Colohan, P.P., V.F. 

Sisters Of Charity, Stella Maris, Howth. Founded 1893. Redress, 
Mother Borgia Ryan. Religious, 6. Duties : Visiting the Sick Poor 
and giving religious instruction in the Parochial National Schools. 
Chaplains, Parochial Clergy. 

Convent Of Our Lady Of Good Counsel, J v ames's Street. Founded 1897. 
Redress, Mother M. De Sales Bolger ; attendance, 900. Madame 
Steevens' Hospital and the poor of three parishes visited. Religious, 
12. Convent National Schools. Attendance, 900. Chaplains, 
Augustinian Fathers, John Street. 

DOMINICAN CONVENTS 6. 

St. Mary's Dominican College, Muckross Park, Donnybrook. Founded 
1893. Community transferred from 28 Merri on Square, 1900. Local 
Prioress, Mrs. Kenny. Community, 10. Students, 160. 

St. Mary's, Cabra. Founded 1717. Prioress, Mrs. M. X. O'Connor. 
Religious, 70. Boarders, 150. Preparatory College for little boys, 
80. Institution for Deaf and Dumb ; inmates, 240. Convent 
National Schools ; attendance, 170. Chaplains, Vincentian Fathers, 
Castleknock College. 

Dominican Convent, Santa Sabina, Sutton. Founded 1912. Local 
Prioress, Mrs. M. D. Stuart. Religious, 9. High-class Day School 
attached to Convent. Chaplains, Parochial Clergy. 

St. Mary's, Kingstown. Founded 1847. Prioress, Mrs. M. A. Murphy. 
Religious, 45. Boarders, 50. Day Pupils, 80. Convent National 
Schools ; attendance, 1,060. Chaplain, Rev. John Cahill, B.A. 

St. Catherine's Dominican Convent, Sion Hill, Blackrock. Founded 
1840. Prioress, Mrs. M. P. Magee. Religious, 40. Boarders, 100. 
Chaplain, Rev. T, Wallers, C.C., B.A. 



1920] DIOCESE OF DUBLIN. 199 

Dominican Convent of Our Lady of Sion, 19 Eccles Street, Dublin. 
Founded 1882. Local Prioress, Mrs. Magee. Religious, 28. 
Day Pupils, 450. Boarders, 170. Chaplains, Priests from Holy 
Cross College, Clonlitfe. 

St. Mary's, Wicklow. Founded 1870. Prioress, Mrs. Allingham. Re- 
ligious, 42. Young Ladies' Boarding School, 70. Preparatory 
College for little boys, 50. Pension Day "School, 30. Convent 
National Schools ; attendance.. 300. Chaplain, Parochial Clergy. 

Dominican Hall, 48 and 49 St. Stephen's Green. Founded 1911, 
Residential University Hostel. Principal, Mother M. P. Gonzales 
Religious, 5. Resident Students, 48. Chaplain, Rev. Frederick 
Hooke, B.A. 

LORETTO CONVENTS 7. 

LorettO Convent, Rathfarnham. Founded 1822. Superior-General. 
Mother M. Raphael. Superior, Mother Francis Jerome. Religious, 
126, Boarders, 140. Convent National School ; attendance, 170. 
Chaplains, Parochial Clergy. 

Balbriggan. Founded 1857. Superior, Mother ^.Domitilla. Community, 
35. Foarders, 110. Day pupils, 50. Chaplains, Parochial Clergy. 

Bray. Founded 1850. Superior, Mother Loreto. Religious, 45. 
Convent National Schools ; attendance, 300. Boarders, 90. Chap- 
lains, Parochial Clergy. 

Dalkey. Founded 1841. Superior, Mother M. Magdalen Joseph. 
Religious, 36. Boarders, 60. Convent National School ; attendance, 
250. Chaplains, Parochial Clergy. 

North Great George's Street, Dublin. Founded 1836. Superior, 
Mother Joseph Canice. Religious, 28. Boarders, 40, Day pupils, 
120. Chaplains, Priests from Holy Cross College, Clonliffe. 

Stephen's Green, Dublin. Founded 1833. Superior, Mother M. 
Philip Neri. Religious, 40. Boarders, 120. Day pupils, 210. Convent 
National Schools ; attendance, 730. Chaplains, Parochial Clergy. 

Lorettp Hall, St. Stephen's Green. " Founded 1911, as a House of 
Residence for University Students. Superior, Mother M. Eucharia. 
Religious, 5. University Students,' 68. Chaplain^ Rev. Thomas 
O'Donnell, B.A. 

CONVENTS OF THE SISTERS OF THE HOLY FAITH 14. 

Glasnevin. Founded 1865. Sister Superior-General, Sister Mary Regis 
Phelan. Local Superior, Sister M. Dympna. Boarders, 60. St. 
Mary's Private Day Schools ; Pupils, 175. Three Primary Schools, 
one for girls and one for little boys, and one for infants ; attend- 
ance, 233. Chaplain, Very Rev. H. Dudley, P.P. 

Eccles Street, St. Brigid's Orphanage. Founded in 1857 by the late 
Rev. John Gowua, C.M., and the late Miss Margaret Aylward, for 
the protection of Catholic orphans and destitute children in danger 
of loss of faith ; 367 children (boys and girls) in the Institution ; 
4,132 orphans already admitted ; 3,765 reared, educated and put 
to trades or placed in situations. 

Clarendon Street Community. Transferred from Crow Street, 1872. 
Four large Primary Schools, one for girls, two for little boys, and one 
for infants ; 700 children. St. Mary's Private Day School and Junior 
School for boys ; 130 pupils. Local Directress, Sister M. German us. 

Strand Street (Littte), Sisters of the Holy Faith. Community trans- 
ferred from Jervis Street, 1891. Five Primary Schools, two {or girls, 



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two for little boys, and one for infants ; 520 children. The poorest 
receive breakfast daily, and also clothing. Local Directress, Sister 
M. Raymund. 

Coombe, " Our Lady of Dolours." Community transferred from West 
Park Street, 1888. Local Directress, Sister M. Malachy. Five Schools, 
two for girls, two for little boys, and one for infants ; 1,100 children, 
380 of whom receive breakfast daily, also clothing. St. Philomena's 
Private Day School and a Junior School for boys ; 120 pupils. 

Daminick Street (Lower), " Our Lady of the Rosary." Founded 1884. 
Private Day School and Junior Boys' School ; 220 pupils. Pupils 
perpared for University and Intermediate Examinations. Local 
Directress, Sister M. Norbert. 

Clontarf, " Our Lady, Star of the Sea." Founded 1890. Local 
Directress, Sister M. Louis. St. Mary's Private Day School and 
Junior School for Boys ; 190 pupils. 

Skerries, Co. Dublin, Schools of the "Sacred Heart." Founded 1875. 
Local Directress, Sister M. John. Private Day School and school for 
little bovs ; pupils, 112; also a Junior Boys' Boarding School, pupils 30, 

Celbridge/Co, Kildare. Founded 1878; Local Directress, Sister M. 
Dionysius. Three Primary Schools, one for girls, one for little boys, 
and one for infants ; 240 children. 

Newtown-Mount- Kennedy, Co. Wicklow, St. Anne's. Founded 1892, 

Local Superioress, Sister M. Catherine. Two Primarj'- Schools, one 

for girls and one for little boys ; attendance, 140. 
Fingias, St. Michael's. Founded 1894. Local Superioress, Sister M. 

Pius. St. Mary's Private Day School; pupils, 36. St. Brigid's 

Primary School for girls and infants ; attendance, 120. Junior 

Boys' Boarding School. 
KilCOOl, CO. WicklOW, St. Patrick's. Founded 1897. Local Directress, 

Sister M. Joachim. Two Primary Schools, one for girls and one for 

little buys; attendance, 110. Junior Boys' Boarding School; pupils, 30. 
Greystanes. " Our Lady of the Angels." Founded 1906. Local 

Sur rioress, Sister M. Rose. Private Day Schools. St. Brigid's 

National Schools, Blacklion ; attendance, 190. 
Haddington Road. Founded 1901. Local Directress, Sister M. Antonia. 

St. Mary's Private Day School and a Junior School for boys ; 

pupils, 257. Primary Schools for Girls and Infants, St. Mary's 

Road ; attendance, 533. 

CONVENTS Or THE SISTERS OF CHARITY OF ST. VINCENT DE 

PAUL 8. 

The Sisters o? Charity of St. Vincent de Paul, North William Street, 
Dublin. Order founded in France by St. Vincent in 1633. Con- 
vent established 1857. Sister Superior, Sister Agnes Barraud. 
Sisters, 1 6. Orphanage for girls ; 200 orphans. Supported mainly 
by voluntary charity. Convent National Schools ; attendance, 
2,000. Sick Poor visited. 

The Sisters of Charity of St. Vincent de Paul, St. Vincent's Fairview. 
Established 1857 for the care of the insane. Sister Superior, Sister 
Elizabeth Hurley. Sisters, 18. Chaplains, Parochial Clergy. 

The Sisters of Charity of St. Vincent de Paul, St. John's Convent, 
Brunswick Street. Sister Superior, Sister Catherine O'Grady, 
Sisters. 25. Chwplains Parochial Clergy. 



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The Sisters of Charity of St. Vincent de Paul, Celbmigo Union and 

Hospital. Established 1892. Sister Super lor, Sister Angela Shaw ; 
Matron, Sister Catherine O'Donohoe. Sisters, 8. 

The Sisters of Charity of St. Vincent de Paul, Cabra, Co. Dublin. Founded 
1892. Sister Superior, Sister Martha Galvin. Sisters, 13. Poor 
Law National Schools ; attendance, 460. About 40 girls are being 
trained to be servants. Chaplains, Parochial Clergy, Chapoiizod. 

The Sisters of Charity of St. Vincent de Paul. Our Lady's Home for 
Discharged Female Prisoners, 9 and 10 Henrietta Street, Trans- 
ferred from Richmond Place, 1808. Community established!899. 
Sister Superior, Sister Felicite Hurley. Sisters, 8. Inmates, 50. 
Chaplain, Rev. John Redmond, B.A. The Committee have built 
a Laundry, to give employment to discharged deserving women, 
also to women whose Faith is in da:igor. Sick poor visited. A 
Night Refuge for homeless women, is at No. 8 Henrietta Street. 

The Sisters of Charity of St. Vincent de Paul, Sacred Heart Home, 
Drumcondra. Sister Superior, Sister Monica McKeon.. Sisters, 3, 
with a Committee of Ladies. President, Miss Emily O'Brien. Number 
of inmates, 130. Chaplain, Very Roy. John Canon Waters, 
President Holy Cross College, Clonliffo. 

The bisters of Charity of Si. Vincent de Pau!, Pellet: .to-.rn, Co. Dublin. 
Established 1910. Sinter Superior, Sister Teresa M'Kerma. Sister*, 9. 
Poor Law Schools and Industrial Training for Boys and Girls. 
Chaplain, Very Rev. Stephen Fennelly, P.P., Bhinchardstown, 

The Sisters of Charity of St. Vincent de Paul, Tuberculosis Hospital, 
Pigeon House Road, Ringsend. Sister Superior, Sister Philomena 
O'Reilly. Chaplain, Rev. Joseph Camac, B.A. 
OTHER CONVENTS 16. 

Religious Of -the Sacred Heart, Mount Anville, Dundrum. Founded 
1854. Rev. Mother Superior, Madame Walshe. Religious, 53. 
Boarding School for Young Ladies. Convent National Schools ; 
attendance, 180. Chaplains, Parochial Clergy. Annual and Privato 
Retreats for Ladies. 

Religious Of the Sacred Heart, 18 Lower Leeson Street. Mother 
Superior, Madame Lavery. Religious, 24. Day School for young 
ladies ; pupils, 90. Night School for working girls ; attendance 100. 
Chaplain, Rev. Patrick Shiels. 

St. Clare's Convent, Harold's Cross. Founded 1803. Mother Abbess, 
Mrs. Doyle. Religious, 14. In the Orphanage of which the 
" Poor Clares " have the charge there are between 70 and 80 Orphan 
Girls. Chaplain, Rev. Patrick M'Donnell, C.C. 

Our Lady Of Charity Of Refuge, High Park, Drumcondra. Founded 
1853. Mother Superior, Mrs. Byrne. Religious, GO. Reformatory 
for girls ; inmates of Reformatory School, 32. Magdalen Asylum ; 
penitents, 218. Chaplains, Parochial Clergy, Glasnevin. 

Monastery of Our Lady of Charity of Refuge and Magdalen Asylum, 

Lower Gloucester Street. Institution founded 1822. Community 
established 1877. Superioress, Mrs. Anne Josephine Leamy. Reli- 
gious, 32 ; Penitents, 120. Chaplains, Rev. Fras. Gloeson. C C., and 
Rev. J. J- Mathews. 

Mount oackville, Chapelizod. Nuns, 49 ; Boarding School girls, 72 ; 
Boarding School, little boys, 48. Superioress, Rev. Mother Gabriel. 
Convent National Schools ; attendance, 88. Chaplains, Parochial 
Clergy, Blanchardstown. 



202 CATHOLIC REGISTRY. [1920 

Religieuses du Bon Secours, 64 Lower Mount Street, Dublin. Convent 
established 1861. Order founded by Monseigneur de Quelen in 
1822 for the care of the sick. ^Superioress, Madame St. Christopher. 
Religious, 25. Chaplains, Marist Fathers. The Sisters have charge 
of the \\ c rkhou?e Hospital. Gleaamaddy. 

Sisters of the Holy Cross and Passion, KilcuJlen. Founded 1878. 
Superioress, M. Bibiana Lee. Religious, 19. Boarders, 53. Sick Poor 
of the parish visited. Private Day School ; pupils, 20. Convent 
National School; attendance, 180. Chaplain, Very Rev. John 
Jone?, P.P. 

Little Sisters Of the Poor, St. Patrick's House, Kilmainham. Founded 
1881. Home for respectable aged people, male and female. Mother 
Superioress, Sister Beatrice du St. Esprit. Religious, 26. In- 
mates, 275. Chaplain, Rev. Thomas McGrath, B.A. 

Poor Servants of the Mother of God, St. Joseph's Asylum for Aged 

Females Portland Row. Community established 1888. Superioress, 
Sister M.Paulinus O'Connor. Religious, 10. Inmates, 130. Chaplain, 
Rev. James O'Driscoll, B.A. 

Poor Servants Of the Mother Of God, Bathdown Union. Community 
established 1899. Sister Superior, Sister Mary. Sisters, 7. 

St. Joseph's Orphanage, Tivoli Road, Kingstown, in charge of the 
Daughters of the Heart of Mary. Established 1860. Superioress, 
Miss Keating. Religious, 28. Orphans, 86. Chaplain, Rev. John 
M am a ne. 

Little Sisters cf the Assumption, Nursing Sisters of the Sick Poor, 

Convent of the Assumption, Camden Street. Established 1891. 
Superioress, Sister Anne Mary. Community, 20. The Little Sisters 
of the Assumption devote themselves exclusively to nursing the Sick 
Poor in their own homes, both during the day and night. 'They also 
give Religious Instructions to adults. Chaplains, Marist Fathers. 

Little Sisters of the Assumption. Nursing Sisters of the Sick Poor, 
35 York Street, Kingstown. Established 1897. The Sisters nurse 
the Sick Poor of Kingstown, Glasthule, Blackrock, and Monkstown. 
Religious, 10. 

Convent Of Nferie Reparatrice, Merrion Square, Dublin. The Blessed 

Sacrament is exposed everyday from 7.30 a.m. until Benediction 

at 4.0 p.m. Ladies are received for private retreats. Altar Breads, 

Vestments, Linen, etc., can be had at the Convent. Religious 

instruction given to children and adults. 

Poor Glare Colettine Convent, St. Damian's, Donnybrook. Estab- 
lished 1906. Rev, Mother Abbess, Sister Mary Genevieve. Com- 
munity, 19. Chaplain, Rev. John O'Doherty, M.A. 

Sisters Of St. LOUIS, Charleville House, Rathmiiies. Superior, Mother 
Roch Carney. Religious, 9. Tho Sisters conduct a Secondary 
Day School ; attendance, 225. rintflahis, Pnrochial Clergy. 
DIOCESAN COLLEGE OF THE HOLY CROSS. CLONLIFFE. 
President, Very Rev. John Canon Waters, B.A. 

Vice-Pres., Very Rev. M. Hickey, D.D., D.Ph. Dean, Rev. M. M'Mahon, 
B.A. Professors, Very Rev. Canon Waters, B.A. : Rev. M. Hickey, 
D.D., D. Ph. ; Rev. P. J. Walshe, M.A. ; Rev. M. M'Mahon, B.A. ; 
Rev. Joseph Valentine, B.A. ; Rev. John Fennelly, B.A. ; Rev. John 
FitzPatrick, M.A., D.D.: Rev. Patrick Dargan, D.D., M,A. 
M'Hardy Flint, Esq. ; Vincent O'Brien, 



1920] DIOCESE OF DUBLIN. 203 

OTHER COLLEGES IN THE DIOCESE. 

St. Patrick's College, Maynooth President, Right Rev. Monsignor 

M'Cafirey, D.D. 
Catholic University Of Ireland, Stephen's ~Green, Dublin Rector, Mosfc 

Rev. Dr. O'Donnell, Bishop of Raphoe. 
Missionary College, All Hallows, Drumcondra President, Very Rev. 

Thomas O'Donnell, C.M. 
Castleknock College (St. Vincent's) President, Very Rev. Vincent 

McCarthy, C.M. 
Blackrock College, Dublin President, Very Rev, Michael Downey, 

C.S.Sp. 

Carmelite College, Terenure President, Very Rev. J. Gerhard, O.C.C. 
Catholic University School, Lower Leeson Street Superior, Rev. 

Francis Me Vicar, S.M. 
Belvidere College, Great Denmark Street, Dublin Rector, Rev. Charles 

DoyK S.J. 

St. Joseph's, Clondalkin Prior, Br. Joyce. 
Presentation Brothers' College, Glasthule, Kingstown Superior, 

Brother D. A. Noonan. 
St. Patrick's Training College, Drumcondra Principal, Very Rev, 

John S. Russell, C.M. 
Training College for School Mistresses, Carysfort Park, Blackrock 

See page 195. 
Superior Schools Ladies Boarding or Day Schools for Young Ladies 

abound in the city, suburbs, and diocese. See List of Convents. 

CHARITABLE AND BENEVOLENT INSTITUTIONS IN 
THE DIOCESE. 
HOSPITALS. 

Mater Misericordiae Hospital, under the care of the Sisters of Mercy. 

See page 196. 

Jervis Street, under the care of the Sisters of Mercy. See page 196. 
St. Michael's, Kingstown, under the care of the Sisters of Mercy. 

See page 196. 
Convalescent Home, Beaumont, .Drumcondra, under the care of the 

Sisters of Mercy. See page 196. 
Our Lady Of Lourdes Hospital, Kill of the Grange. Under the care of 

the Sisters of Mercy. (See page 196). 
St. Vincent's, Stephen's Green, under the care of the Sisters of Charity. 

See page '197. 
The Children's Hospital (St. Joseph's), 15 Temple Street, under the 

care of the Sisters of Charity. See page 198. 
Convalescent Home, Linden, Blackrock, under the care of the Sisters 

of Charity. See page 197. 
Hospice for the Dying, Harold's Cross, under the care of the Sisters of 

Charity. See page 197. 
Little Sisters Of the Assumption, Camden Street, Dublin, and York 

Street, Kingstown ; Nursing Sisters of the Sick Poor, in the homes 

of the poor. See page 202. 
National Maternity Hospital, Holies Street, under the management of 

a Committee. There were 955 admitted to the hospital during the 

past year, and over 6.063 attendances at the Dispensary. 936 

patients were treated at their owr* homes by Doctors and Nurses, 

being a total of 10,000 attendances by the Hospital Staff, Th c 



204 CATHOLIC REGISTRY. [1920 

Hospital is supported by voluntary contributions. Trustees Ven. 

Archdeacon Fricker, Rathmines ; Sir James Murphy, Bart., 

Yapton, Monkstown ; Frank V. Martin, Craigmore, Blackrock. 

Treasurer, Henry C. Lynch. 
Hospitaller Brothers of St. John of God. Prior, Rev. Br. Louis Vincent. 

Chaplain, Rev. Flavian Leonard. 

ASYLUMS FOR THE BLIND. 
St. Mary's, Merrion (Females), under the care of the Sisters of Charity. 

See page 197. 
St. Joseph's Drumcondra (Males), under the care of the Carmelite 

Brothers. See page 193. 

ASYLUMS FOR DEAF MUTES. 
St. Mary's, Cabra (Females), under the care of the Dominican Nuns. 

See page 198. 
St. Joseph's, Cabra (Males), under the care of the Christian Brothers. 

Superior, Brother E. L. D'Alton. Chaplain, Rev. J. Cussen, C.M. 

Offices, 12 North Great George's Street. 
ORPHANAGES. 
Presentation Orphanage (for Girls), George's Hill. In charge of the 

Sisters of the Presentation. See page 195. 

Society of St. Vincent tie Paul Male Orphanage, Glasnevin. See p. 207. 
St. Joseph's Orphanage (for Girls), Tivoli Road, Kingstown, under the 

care of the Daughters of the Heart of Mary. See page 202. 

St. Vincent de Paul's Fesna!e Orphanage, North William street, under 

the care of the Sisters of Charity of St. Vincent de Paul. See p. 201. 
St. Brigid's Orphanage, 40 Eccles Street, under the care of the Sisters 

of the Holy Faith. See page 199. 
St. Mary's Industrial Training School (for Girls), Stanhope Street, 

under the care of the Sisters of Charity. See page 197. 
St. Saviour's Orphanage (for Boys),' Little Denmark Street. Rev. James 

P. Dowling, O.P., Guardian and Manager. 
Malachean Orphan Charity. Guardian and Treasurer, Very Rev. R. 

Canon Fegan, P.P. Founded 1812. Communications addressed, Very 

Rev. Robert Canon Fegan, P.P., Presbytery, Arran Quay, Dublin. 
St. Joseph's Female Orphanage, Mountjoy Street, under the care of 

the Sisters of Charity. See page 197. 
Andrean Orphanage, St. Andrew's, Westland Row. Guardian, Very 

Rev. J. Hatton, Adm. 
Orphanage for Girls, Lakelands, Sandymount, under the care of the 

Sisters of Charity. See page 197. 
St. Clare's Orphanage (for Girls), Harold's Cross, under the care of the 

Poor Clares. See page 201. 
The O'Brien Institution (for Boys), Fairview, Clontarf. Founded by 

the Misses O'Brien. Under the care of the Christian Brothers. 

Superior, Rev. Br. P. L. Lanigan. Chaplain, Rev. J. B. O'Connell, 

B.A., B.D., Senior Diocesan Examiner. 

THE CATHOLIC GIRLS' PROTECTION SOCIETY, 42 MOUNTJOY SQ. 

The Catholic Girls' Protection Scciety (established 1901) is the Irish 
Branch of the International Catholic Association (founded 1897) for 
protecting girls. It is under the management of a Committee of 
Ladies. President, the Countess of Fin gall. Hon. Treasurer, 
Miss Boland, 13 Earlsfort Terrace, Dublin. The purpose of the 
Society is to counteract the grave, moral, and religious dangers 



1920] DIOCESE OF DUBLIN. 205 

that beset the paths of Irish girls who, in order to gain their livelihood, 

leave Ireland and travel from town to town in other countries. 

HOMES FOR THE AGED. 
St. Patrick's House, Kilmainham, under the care of the Little Sisters 

of the Poor. See page 202. 
St. Joseph's Asylum for Aged Females, Portland Row, under the care 

of the Nuns Poor Servants of the Mother of God. See page 202, 

WIDOWS' HOME, 
St. Monica's Widows' House, 35 to 38 Belvidere Place, under the care 

of the Sisters of Charity, Gardiner Street. Inmates, 70. Chaplains, 

Jesuit Fathers, Belvedere College. 

ST. MARTHA'S HOME AND ST. LAURENCE'S HOME. 

St. Martha's Catholic Home, 25 Temple Street, under the management 
of a Committee of Ladies. President, Miss M. Lawless. Matron, 
Miss Coolin. Established (in Gloucestor Street) 1880, to provide 
a home for shop assistants, seamstresses, governesses, etc., at a very 
moderate charge. Accommodation for 30. 

St. Laurence's Catholic Home, 34 Rutland Square Patron, His Grace 
the Archbishop of Dublin. Established for the double purpose of 
providing a home in Dublin for Catholic District Nurses for the 
Sick Poor of the City, and of training Catholic Nurses for district 
work in the country. 

SERVANTS' HOME, 

St. Anthony's Catholic Servants' Home, 14 Upper Gloucester Street, 
under the management of a Committee of Ladies. Matron, Miss 
Byrne, Founded 1897 for Catholic servants while out of situation. 
Those only who have good references admitted. Small payments 
to be made per week or per day. Accommodation for 30, 

INSTITUTION FOR THE TRAINING OF SERVANTS. 

House Of Mercy, under the care of "Sisters or Mercy, Lr. Baggot St. 
was founded by Catherine M'Auley, into which are received, 
gratuitously, about 40 poor destitute young girls, who are trained 
as laundresses and domestic servants. Safe and respectable situa- 
tions are provided for them when trained, and an office for pro- 
viding domestic situations for extern s is also attached. 

House Of Mercy, under the care of the Sisters of Mercy, Athy. In this 
Institution a number of poor girls of good character are supported, 
clothed, and trained to be servants. Healthy girls, over 16 years 
of age, are admitted on the recommendation of their Parish Priest. 

Sisters Of St. Vincent de Paul, Cabra. See page 201. 

Classes for the training of servants are also attached to the Industrial 
Schools, and to some of the Orphanages. 

REFUGES. 

St. Joseph's Night Refuge, Brickfield Lane, in charge of the Sisters of 
Mercy. See page 196. 

Sacred Heart Home, 40 Drumcondra Road, under the management 
of the Sisters of Charity of St. Vincent de Paul (and a Committee 
of Ladies). President, Miss Emily O'Brien: This Home was founded 
in 1886 as a refuge for children rescued from proselytising institutions. 
Number of inmates, 130. Chaplain, Very Rev. John Canon Waters, 
President Clonliffe College. 



206 CATHOLIC REGISTRY. [1920 

Catholic Boys' Home, 72 Middle Abbey Street. Established by His 

Grace the Archbishop. Chaplains^ Priests of the Parish. Hon. 

Secretary, James Flanagan. 

St. Vincent de Paul Free Night Shelter, Back Lane, Dublin, See p. 207. 
Our Lady's Home for Discharged Female Prisoners, 10 Henrietta 

S* r eet, under the care o the Sisters of Charity of St. Vincent de 

Paul. See page 201. 

MAGDALEN PENITENTIARIES. 
St. Mary Magdalen's Asylum, Donnybrook, under the care of the 

Sisters of Charity. See page 197. 
St. Patrick's, Kingstown, .under the care of the Sisters of Mercy. See 

page 196. 
Our Lady Of Charity Of Refuge, High Park, Drumcondra, under the 

care of the Sisters of Our Lady of Charity of Refuge. See page 201 . 
Magdalen Asylum of Our Lady of Charity of Refuge, Lower Gloucester 

Street, under the care of the Sisters of Our Lady of Charity of 

Refuge. See page 202. 

INDUSTRIAL SCHOOLS FOR BOYS. 

Artane Industrial School, conducted by the Christian Brothers. Direc- 
tor, Brother P. O. Ryan. Chaplain, Rev. Michael Frewen, B.A. 
Carriglea Park Industrial School, Monkstown, conducted by the Christian 

Brothers. Manager, Br. T. B. McMahon. Chaplain, Very Rev. 

Robert Canon Eaton, P.P. 

Orphanage and Industrial School attached to Convent of Mercy, Rath* 
drum. For boys from 3 to 11 years. 

INDUSTRIAL SCHOOLS FOR GIRLS. 

Industrial Schools for Girls are attached t6 : 
Convent of the Sisters of Mercy, Booterstown. 
Convent of the Sisters of Mercy, Golden Bridge, Dublin. 
Convent Of the Sisters Of Charity, Lakelands, Sandymount. 
Convent of the Sisters of Charity, Merrion, Dublin. 

REFORMATORIES. 
St. Kevin's Reformatory (for Boys), Glencree, Co. Wicklow (opened in 

1859) ; in charge of the Oblate Fathers. Superior, Rev. J. McD. 

Mo/an, O.M.I. Rev. E. Hunt, Rev. James Hughes, O.M.I. 
Reformatory (for Girls), attached to High Park Convent, Drumcondra, 

containing 39 inmates under detention. 

INSTITUTIONS, SOCIETIES, AND SODALITIES IN THE DIOCESE. 

Association for the Propagation of the Faith, 22 Parliament Street, 
Founded 1838. President, His Grace the Archbishop of Dublin. 
Treasurers, His Grace the Archbishop of Dublin, The Venerable the 
Archdeacon of Glendalough, P.P. Hon. Secretary, The Ven. 
Archdeacon Gorman, P.P. Secretary, Rev. J. J. Kennedy, B.A. 

Society of the B.V.M., Queen of Charity," Strand Street (Little). Under 

the care of the Sisters of the Holy Faith. 

Ladies' Association of Charity of St. Vincent de Paul, Metropolitan 
Parish. Founded 1850. Director, Very Rev. R. F. Bowden, Adm. 
The Ladies of Charity visit and relieve the sick poor in their homes. 
Council Rooms : 46 Eccles Street. 

Working Girls' Host I, Hanbury Lane, corner of Thomas Court, off 
Thomas Street. The object of the Hostel, which was founded in 
1915, is to supply supper, bed and breakfast at nominal charges to 



1920] DIOCESE OF DUBLIN. 207 

working girls and domestic servants, President, Sir Joseph A. 
Glynn ; Hon Treasurer, Mrs. Catherine Brindley ; Hon. Secretaries, 
Messrs. William A. Ryan, B.L., and J. J. O'Shea. 
Catholic Truth Society of Ireland, 24 Upper O'Connell Street. 
Founded in 1899, under the patronage of the Archbishops and 
Bishops of Ireland. Its principal objects are . (1) To disseminate 
among Catholics cheap devotional literature ; (2). To assist the 
uneducated poor to a better knowledge of their religion; and 
(3). To combat the pernicious influence of infidel and immoral 
publications, vhich are continually finding their way into the 
country, by the circulation of good, cheap and popular Catholic 
books. Its annual output averages 600,000 pamphlets and several 
thousand larger publications. Owing to thn enormous increase in 
the cost of production the work of the Society is large. y dependent 
on voluntar/ subscriptions, and new subscribers must help if the 
work is to be increased and extended. 

His Holiness, Pope Benedict XV., has been pleased to mark his apprecia- 
ion of the aims and objects of the Society by graciously bestowing 
many Spiritual Blessings on all Members, Subscribers and Helpers. 
Subscribers are enrolled on the payment of 5s. or upwards per year, 
and Associates on payment of 2s. Cd. annually. Life Member- 
ship Fee is Five Pounds. Subscriptions can be forwarded at any 
time to either of the Secretaries at above address. President, His 
Grace Most Rev. John M. Hartv, D.D., Archbishop of Cashel ; Vice- 
Presidents, Right Rev. Mgr. Dunne, P.P., V.G. ; Sir Joseph A. Glynn, 
Sir John Robert O'Connell, M.A. ; Hon. Secretary, Joseph M. 
Flood, Esq., B.L. Organising Secretary, F. O'Re.lly. 

SOCIETY OF ST. VINCENT DE PAUL, 23 Upper Sackville Street. 

(O'CONNELL STREET). 

Council for All Ireland President, Sir Joseph A. Glynn. Hon. Sec. 
Thomas A. Murphy. 

Council for Dublin City President, M. R. Lalor. Hon. Sec., J. D. Rush. 

The Society was establLhed in Dublin for the Visitation and Relief 
of the Poor in their Homes by the Members. Branches, number- 
ing over 240, with over 1,000 Active Members and over 1.100 
Honorary M mbers, exist in various cities and towns in Ireland. 
The Organisation is maintained by voluntary contributions. The 
following are the principal Special Works in Dublin. 

Orphanage for Boys, Giasnevin In this Institution, which is under 
the immediate charge of the Christian Brothers, on an average 150 
orphan boys are maintained and educated at the Society's expense. 

St. Vincent's Home This house provides, a Home at very moderate 
charges for ex-pupils of the Orphanage engaged in business in Dublin. 

Free Night Shelter for Catholic Men, Back Lane This special work, 
formerly carried on at 7 Great Strand Street, was removed during 
1915, to a building specially constructed for the purpose in Back 
Lane. VThe Shelter provides homeless Catholic m^n with beds and 
supper entirely free of charge. Every effort is made to find 
employment for the men. The new building has accommodation 
for 200 beds. 

Catholic Seamen's Institute, 4 Sir John Rogerson's Quay. This Instti- 
tute aims at supplying Catholic seamen visiting the Port of Dublin 
with a centre for social intercourse and recreation. The members 



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[1920 



of the Committee in charge visit the vessels in Port every Sunday 
morning and interview the Catholics 'aboard 

The City Labour Yard, 5-7 Vicar Street. Tins srecial work, near the 
Augustinian Church, Thomas Street, aims at providing employment 
for men who are disabled and unfit to compere in the outside labour 
market. More employment could be given if resources would permit. 

Secretariat for the Poor, 46 Middle Abbey Street. The members in 
charge of the Secretariat placa their services at the disposal of tho 
poor in matters of special difficulty, which cannot b.> so effectively 
dealt with by the Conferences. Poor persons desiring to secure the 
benefits of the various forms of State Aid (old age pensions, National 
Insurance, etc.), or needing advice in regard to tracing missing 
relatives, claims to property, etc., receive every possible assistance 
from the Secretariat. 

Catholic Discharged Male Prisoners' Aid Society, 46 Middle Abbey 
Street. The Committee in charge visit the Mountjoy Prison every 
Thursday, and interview prisoners in need of assistance on dis- 
charge. Some were supplied with tools, clothing, or stock for dealing, 
Others arj sent to work, or to friends. Families of prisoners are 
also assisted, in certain cases. 

Ozanam House, 53 Mountjoy Square. A centre of social and spiritual 
work among the poor. Eleven Conferences of the Society meet here 
and share in several Special Works, including Penny Banks, a 
Secretariat for the Poor, a Workroom and Employment Bureau 
for Poor Women. 

Myra House, 100 Francis Street Headquarters for three Conferences 
of the Society, and several special works : Penny Banks, Coal Fund, 
Secretariat for the Poor, a Boys' Club, an Employment Bureau, etc. 

Conferences are attached to nearly a'l the City and Suburban 
Churches, and at Arklow, Athy, Balbriggan, Ballymore-Eustace, 
Blackrock (3), Bray, Castleknock, Dalkey, Glasthule, Kingstown, 
Monkstown, Sandymount and Skerries. 

In addition to the ordinary Conferencs. there are in the city 
several Boys' Clubs, Coal Funds, Penny Banks, and various other 
Special Works. Further information regarding any branch of the 
Society can be had from the Honorary Secretary, Council of 
Ireland, 23 Upper O'Connell Street, Dublin. 

SUMMARY. 



Archbishop 

Bishop 

Parishes 

Parish Priests 

Administrators . 

Curates, etc. 

In Diocesan College 



1 
1 

7G 

72 

4 

184 



Chaplains, etc. . '. .44 
Secular Clergy . . .314 
Regular Clergy . . .335 
Public Churches, Chapels, and 

Oratories . . . 193 
Convents . 101 



Catholic Population 
Non-Catholic Population 

Total Population 


1881 


1891 


J901 L 1911 


389,505 
112,081 


384,566 
109,124 


407,514 
112,498 


434,586 
114,432 


501,586 


493,690 


520,012 


549,018 



1920] 



DIOCESE OF KILDARE A.' D LEIGHLIN. 



209 



XL-DIOCESE OF KILDARE AND LEIGHLIN. 

Includes the County of Carlow and parts of Kildare, Queen's County, 

King's County, Kilkenny, Wicklow, and Wexford. 
Bishop Most Rev. PATRICK FOLEY, D.D. Consecrated Coadjutor 

of Kildare and Leighlin, 31st May, 1896 ; succeeded Most Rev. 

Dr. Lynch, 19th December, 1896. Residence Braganza House, 

Carlow. 
Secretary, Rev. William Miller, Ph.D. 

DIOCESAN OFFICIALS. 

Vicar-General Right Rev. Monsignor Murphy, D.D., P.P., Maryboro.' 

Official Very Rev. John Delany, P.P., V- Or., Rathvilly. 

Diocesan Consultors Right Rev, Mgr. Murphy, Very Rev. Edward 

Brennan, Very Rev. Peter Campion, Very Rev. John Delaney, Very 

Rev. Matthew Lalor, Very Rev. Matthew Cullen, and Very Rev. 

John Gorman. 
Parish Priest Consultors Very Rev. Mgr. Tynan and Very Rev. 

James Colgan. 
Judges Very Rev. P. Campion, Very Rev. Matthew Cullen, and 

Very Kev. John Gorman. 

Promoter Jnstitice et Defender Vinculi Very Rev. Laurence Brophy. 
Pro Synodal Examiners Right Rev. Mgr. Murphy, Very Rev. Edward 

Kavanagh, Very Rev. John Foley. D D., Very. Rev. Peter Campion, 

Very Rev. John Delaney. Very Rev. Matthew Lalor, and Very Rev. 

Laurence^Brophy. 
Administrative Council for Church Property Very Rev. E. O'Leary. 

Very Rev. E. Brennan, Very Rev. John Delany, and Very Rev. 

Laurence Brophy. 
Vicars- Forane Right Rev. Monsignor Tynan, P.P., Newbridge ; 

Very Rev. Edward Kavanagh, P.P., Monasterevan ; Very Rev. John 

Delaney, P.P., Rathvilly; Very Rev. James Colgan, P.P., Clane; 

Very Rev. E. Bronnan, P.P., Mountrath ; Very Rev. P<. Campion, 

P.P., Kildare; Very Rev. E. O'Leary, P.P., Portarlington ; Very 

R^v. M. Cullen, P.P., Bagenalstown ; Very Rev, M. Lalor, P.P., 

Mountmellick, Quaon's Co. 
PARISHES OF KILDARE AND LEIGHLIN (49), PARISH PRIESTS 

AND CURATES. 
Parishes. Parish Priests. Curates. Post Towns. 



St. Mary's, 
Carlow 

Abbeyleix 



Allen 

Aries 
Bagenalstown 

Ballinakill 



Killian, John. Carlow 
Donnelly, P., B.A, 
Miller, Wm., PhD. 
Murphy, T., B.A, Abbeyleix 
Broughan, P. Ballyroan, 

Abbeyleix 

Bennett, Patrick Kilmeague, Naas 
Hay den, Patk., B.A. 
Kelly, Wm., B.A. Ballickmoyler 
Cullen, Very Rev. Flanagan, Wm. Bagenalstown 

M., V.F. Kane, John 

Harris, James Delaney, Austin Ballinakill, 

Queen's Co 



Lynam, A., 
Adtn. 

Breen, John 



Lalor, Edward 
Farrell, James 



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CATHOLIC REGISTRY. 



[1920 



Parishes. 


Parish Priests. 


Curates. 


Post Towns. 


Ballon 


Byrne, Patk. 


Kelly J. 


Rat hoe, Tullow 


Ballyadams 


Parkinson, Jas. 


Wilson, William 


Luggacurren, 






Byrne, Luke 


Stradbally 


Ballyfin 


O'Rorke, John 


Gardiner, J. 


Ballyfin, M'trath 


Baltinglass 


O'Neill, Thomas 


Brophy, Martin 


Baltinglass 






O'Haire, Patrick 




Balyna 


Dunne, H. 


James, John 


Moyv/illey 


Borria 


Dunne, John 


Doyle, M. 


Borris, Co. Car- 








low 






Lalor, John 




Caragh 


Byrne, William 


Gorry, Matthew 








Carton, M. 




Carbury 


Maher, James 


Prendergast, Jas., 


Carbury 






B.A. 




Clane 


Colgan, James 


Conroy, Matthew 


Clane 




V.F. 


Kelly, Ml., B.A. 




Clonaslee 


Murray, John, 


Byrne, A. 


Clonaslee 




Adm. 






Clonegall 


Mooney, John 


O'Neill, L., B.A. 


Clonegall 






Brophy, M. 




Clonbullogue 


Dunne, John 


Kennedy, Michl. 


Clonbullogue, 








Kildare 


Clonmore 


Monaghan, Thos 


Hayes, M. 


Ballyconnoll 






Bolaud, Joseph 




Doonane 


Byrne, James 




s Tolerton, Bal 








lickmoyler 


Edenderry 


Murphy, Paul 


Hip well, Midil. 


Edenderry 


Emo 


Murphy, A. F. 




Emo, Portar- 








lington 






Keogh, L. J. 


Ballybrittas, 








Monasterevan 


Graignamanagh 


Mooney, Joseph 


Gorry, D. 


Graignamanagh 






Walsh, P. 




Hacketstown 


Monahan, Thos. 


Prendergast, T." 


Hacketstown 






Brennan, Eugene, 


B.A. 


Kilcock 


Kirwan, James 


Murphy, Daniel 


Kilcock 


Kildare 


Campion, Peter, 


Waldron, D. 


Kildare 




V.F. 


Rice, Michael 


Rathangan 


Kill 


Donovan,John J 


.Farrell, A., BA. 


Kill, Straffan, 








Co. Kildare 


Killeigh 


Phelan, William 


Seale, Thomas 


Ki leiu'li, King's Co. 






Burbage, Thos., 


Geashill 






B.D. 




Killeshin 


Bolger, M. 


Fanning, W. 


Graigue, Carlow 


Leighlin 


Coyle, James 


Coyne, Christpr. 


Leighlinbridge 




Murphy, Mgr., 


Birmingham, T. 


Maryboro' 


Maryborough 


D.D., V,G. 


Byrne, Michael 








Doyle, P., B.D, 





1920] 



DIOCESE OF KILDARE AND LEIGHLIN. 



211 



Parishes. 

Monasterevan 



Mountmellick 
Mountrath 

Mullin's, St. 

Myshall 

Naas 

Newbridge 
Paulstown 

Philipstown 
Portarlington, 

Raheen 
Rathvilly 

Rhode 

Rosenallis 

Stradbally 

Suncroft 

Tinryland 

Tullow 



Parish Priests. Curates. Post Towns. 

Kavanagh,Edw., Rice, W. Monasterevan 

V.F, Byrne, Thomas 

Lalor, Matthew Kavanagh, Peter Mountmellick 

Leiinon,John,B.D. 
Brennan, Edw., Byrne, William Mountrath 

V.F. 
O'Rourke,Daniel Doyle, Peter, St. Mullin's, 

B.A. Graignamanagh 

Dowling, Thos. Norris, J. Myshali 

Norris, Michael Hipwell, Patrick Naas 
Tierney, John, 

D.Ph. 

Tynan, Mgr. t Kearney, John J. Newbridge 
V.F Dunny, Jas., B.A. 



Whitehall, Co. 

Kilkenny 
Goresbridge, Co, 

Kilkenny 

Gorman, John O'Brien. J., B.D. Philipstown 
Campion, Patrick 



O'Brien, Richd. Dunne, James 
Walsh, Mark 



O'Leary, Edwd., Doyle, Thomas Portarlington 
V.F. M' Donald, Laur. 

Loughlin, Patk. O'Brien, Matt. Raheen, 

Mountrath 

Delany, John Hogan, Patrick Rathvilly 
V.F. O'Donohoe, Kiltegan, Co. 

James P. Wicklow 

Norris, Thomas Fanning, Wm., Rhode 

B.D. 
Dunny, P. Breen, Jas. Rosenallis 

Delaney, Joseph Ingres, Felix W., Stradbally 

B.A. 
Fenlon, Andrew Timahoe 

Kelly, John Doyle, John, Suncroft, Cur- 

B.A. ragh Camp 

Gorry, Patrick Campion, Edwd. Tinryland, Car- 
flow 

Fogarty, James Fitzsimons, Jas. Tullow 
Adm. 



Army Chaplains Revs. William Murphy and E. Donohoe, Curragh 
Camp; Henry Beauchamp. Naval Chaplain Rev. John Hughes, 
Diocesan Cathechist Rev. James Mahon, 



212 CATHOLIC REGISTRY. [1920 

PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS IN THE DIOCESE. 

Workhouses. Chaplains. Prison. Chaplain. 

Carlow Rev. William Miner, 1). Ph. 



Baltinglass Rev. Thos. ' O'Neill, 

P.P. 
AbbeyleixTtev. J. Br^n, P.P. 



Edenderry Rev. P. Murphy, P.P. 
Mountmellick Rev. M. Lalbr, P.P 

Lunatic Asylums. Chaplains. 
Military Barracks. Chaplain. 



Newbridge V. Rev. Mgr. Tynan, 
P.P. 



Invalid Convict Depot, Mary- 
boro' Right - Rev. Monsignor 
Murphy. 



Carlow Rev. A. Lynam, Adm. 
Maryboro' 



St. Conleth'S Reformatory School, Philipstown For Boys. In charge 
of the Oblate Fathers. Superior, Very Rev. Patrick Dunne, O.M.I. 

Chaplain, Rev. John Daly, and Fourteen Oblate Brothers, 

RELIGIOUS ORDERS AND CONGREGATIONS IN THE 
DIOCESE. 

JESUITS. 

CLONGOWES' WOOD COLLEGE, SALLINS, KILDARE. 

Rector, Very Rev. Charles Mulcahy, S.J. ; Vice-Rector, Rev. James 
M'Cann, S.J. ; Rev. John O'Connor, S.J. ; Rev. John Byrne, S.J. ; 
Rev. V. Lentaigne, S.J. ; Rev. J. W hi taker,, S.J. ; Rev. L. Kieran, 
S.J. ; Rev. James Daly, S.J. : Rev. Martin Corbett, S.J. ; Rev. 
John Joy, S. J. ; Rev. Patrick O'Donoghue, S.J. 

THE DOMINICANS. 

Newbridge College, Newbridge Prior, Very Rev. C. P. MacCluskey, 

O.P. ; Rev. V. Hayes, O.P. ; Rev. L. M'Gauran, O.P. ; Rev. 

Raymund Murphy, O.P. ; Rev. P. Gogarty, * O.P. ; Rev. A. 

Fogarty, P.P. 

THE CARMELITES. 
The Carmelites, White Abbey, Kildare Prior, Very Rev. T. P. 

Kelly ; Rev. N. A. Staples ; Rev. F. M. O'Reilly. 

THE DELATES. 

The Oblates Of Mary Immaculate, Philipstown Superior, Rev. Patrick 
Dunne ; Rsv. P. Leonard. Chaplain, Rev. John Daly, B.A. 

CHRISTIAN BROTHERS. 
Christian Brothers, Carlow Director, Brother P. M. Keegan, 

260 pupils. 

The Academy conducted by the Christian Brothers 50 
Maryborough Brother D. F. Greenish 310 

Portarlington Brother P. J. O'Farrell 170 

Monasterevan Brother D. M. Riordan 150 

Naas BrotherE. B. O'Neill 210 

Kilcock Brother M. C. Kelly 100 



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DIOCESE OF KILDARE AND LEIGHLIN, 



213 



BROTHERS OF THE CHRISTIAN SCHOOLS. 

Christian Brothers (Ce La Salle), Kildare Director, Brother Michael. 
Pupils,, in National Sc'aool, 250 ; in Academy, 40. 

Brothers of the Christian Schools (De La Salle), Bagenalstown 
Elementary Schools. St. Joseph's Academy. Preparatory School 
for Entrance Examinations to National Board's Training Colleges. 

BROTHERS OF ST. PATRICK. 

Brothers Of St. Patrick Tullow, Novitiate and Training Scholasticate 
Secondary, and Monastery National Day Schools. Supericr, Rev, 
Brother G. O' Carroll. 

Brothers Of St. Patrick Mountrath, Patrician College, Secondary and 
Monastery National Schools. Superior, Rev. Bro. Stanislaus Bergin, 



PRESENTATION CONVENTS. 



Convent, 
Carlow 

Maryborough 
Kildare 
Bagenalstown 
Clane 



Superioress. 
Mrs. M. Clare 
Marnell. 
Mrs. M. Patrick 
Byrne. 
Mrs. M. Angela 
Mooney. 
Mrs. M. Evan- 
gelist Wyer. 
Mrs. M. Berch- 
mans Edwards. 


Convent. 
Portarlington 

Mountmellick 
Stradbally 
Baltinglass 
Kilcock 


Superioress. 
. Mrs. Aloysius 
Nolan. 
. Mrs. Xavier 
Curtin. 
. Mrs. Mary Igna- 
tius O'Sullivan. 
. Mrs. M. Ignatius 
Caroline. 
.Mrs. Mary 
Aidan. 



Convent. 
Tullow 
Mountrath 



CONVENTS OF ST. BRIGID. 

Superioress. ' Convent. Superioress. 

Mrs. M. Xavier | Abbeyleix . Mrs. O'Neill, 
Mrs. M. Alphon- I Goresbridge . Mrs. Kevin 

sus Brazil Duggan, 

Ballyroan, Mrs. M. de Pazzi Lydon, Superioress, 

CONVENTS OF THE SISTERS OF MERCY. 

Carlow Superioress, Mrs. M. Ignatius Murphy. Community, 30. 

Infant National School, 180. Select Girls' School, 120, House of 

Mercy attached for training of servants. 
Branch Houses. Carlow Union Infirmary Local Superioress, Sister 

M. F. Ballesty. Community, 7. 
Monasterevan Local Superioress, Mrs. M. Berchmans M'Grath; Com - 

munity, 10. National Schools, Pupils, 250. 
Graignamanagh Local Superioress, Mrs. M. of Mercy O'Connor. 

Community, 9. National Schools, Pupils, 260. 
Leighlinbridge Local Superioress, Mrs, M. M. Byrne, Community, 7 

Female National Schools, 150. 
Naas Superioress, Mrs. M. Ignatius O'Keeffe. Community, 25. 

Pupils, 409. 
Rathangan Superioress, Mrs. M. Stanislaus Lacy. Community, 15, 

Pupils, 140. 

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[1920 



OTHER CONVENTS. 

St. Conleith'S Abbey, Newbridge Sisters of Mary Immaculate, Com- 
munity, 21. Pupils, 450. Sick Poor of Parish visited. 

Sisters Of St. John Of God, Edenderry Superioress, Mother M, 
Malacby. Community, 20. Pupils, 393. 

Poor Clares (Colettines), Convent of Perpetual Adoration, Carlow- 
Graigue, Carlo w Mother Abbess, Sister Mary Seraphine. Com- 
munity, 19. 

Sisters Of St. John Of God, County Infirmary, Kildare. Community, 6, 

WORKHOUSE HOSPITALS (6). Naas, 4 Sisters of Mercy, from the Con- 
vent of Mercy, Naas. Carlow, 1 Sisters of Mercy, from the Convert 
of Mercy, Carlow. Edenderry, 6 Sisters of St. John of God, from the 
Convent of the Order in Wexford. Baltinglass, 5 -Sisters same Order, 
Abbeyleix, 3 Sisters of Charity of St. Vincent cle Paul. Mountmellick t 
5 ditto, and Kildare Infirmary, 5 Sisters of St. John of God, 

EDUCATIONAL ESTABLISHMENTS IN THE DIOCESE. 

St. Patrick's College, Carlow For Ecclesiastical Students : Home and 
Foreign Missions. President, Very Rev. John Foley, D.D. ; Vice 
President and Senior Dean, Rev. L. Brophy, S.T.L. ; Junior Dean, 
Rev. Thos. Browne, B.A. ; Professors, Very Rev. J. Foley, D.D. ; 
Revs. L. Brophy, S.T.L. ; Thomas Kehoe, B.D. ; M. Donohoe, 
Ph.D. ; Rev. Thomas. Browne, B.A. ; Bursar, Rev. J. Foynes, B.A. ; 
Professor of Music, Herr Gustav Haan ; Professor of Elocution, Rev, 
J. Foynes, B.A. N.B. The Entrance Examinations begin each 
year on the First Tuesday in September, and the College re-opens 
on the following day. 

CarlOW Lay College Rector, Rev P. J. Doyle. Professor, Rev. J. 
Dunne, B.A. ; Rev. J. Cunningham. 

ClongOWSS Wood College, Sallins* Rector, Very Rev. C. Mulcahy, S. J. 

College Of St. Thomas, Newbridge Prior Very Rev. C. P. MacCluskey, O.P. 

Patrician College, Mountrath Superior, Rev. Br. Stanislaus Bergin. 

Conferences of the Society of St. Vincent De Paul at Bagnalstown, 
Carlow, Maryborough, Moiintmellick, Naas,Tullow and Portarlington, 

SUMMARY. 



Bishop 
Parishes 
Parish Priests 
Administrators 
Curates 
In Colleges, etc. 
Diocesan Examiner 




1 

49 
46 
3 
75 
9 
1 


Military and Naval Chaplains 4 
Total Secular Clergy . 138 
Regular Clergy . .18 
Total Priests . .154 
Churches . .164 
Convents . .21 


Catholic Population 
Non- Catholic Population 

Total Population 


1881 


1891 


1901 


1911 


161,527 
23,016 


142,193 

22,776 


130,377 
18,791 


127,013 
20,768 


184,543 


164,969 


149,168 


147,781 



1920] DIOCESE OF FERNS. 215 

XII. DIOCESE OF FERNS. 

Includes almost the entire of Wexford and part of Wicklow. 

Bishop Most Rev. WILLIAM CODD, D.D, Consecrated February, 25th, 
1918. Succeeded Most Rev. James Browne, D.D. Address Most Rev. 
William Codd, D.D., Lord Bishop of Ferns, Summerhill, Wexford. 

CHAPTER OF THE DIOCESE OF FERNS. 

Dean Right Rev. Wm. O'Neill, P.P., Kilanerin. 
Precentor Very Rev. John Lonuon, P.P., Gorey. 
Chancellor Very Rev. James O'Brien, P.P., Newbawn. 
Treasurer Very "Rev. John Doyle, P.P., V.F., Ferns. 
Archdeacon Very Rov. Patrick Shell, P.P., Brae. 
Canon Doctoralis Very Rev. James Murphy, P.P., Craanford. 
Canon Theologalis Very Rev. Patk. O'Connor, P.P., Davidstown. 
Canon Lectoralis Very Rev. Thomas Meehan, P.P., Ballindaggin, 
Canon Poenitentiarius Rev. John Browne, P.P., Litter. 

PREBENDARIES. 

Edermine Very Rev. Mortimer Sullivan, P.P., Bannow. 

Crosspatrick Very Rev. John Dunne, P.P., Annacurra and Killaveney. 

Taghmon Very Rev. Walter Rossiter, P.P., New Ross. 

Kilrane Very Rev. William Fortune, P.P., V.F.. Taghmon. 

Toome Very Rev. Daniel Redmond, P.P., Glynn. 

Fethard Very Rev. Nicholas Sheridan, P.P., Ramsgrange. 

Kilrush Very Rev James Quigley, P.P., Castlebridge. 

Coolstuff Very Rev. John Walsh, P.P., Crossab^g. 

Whitechurch Very Rev. Patrick Darcy, P.P., Kilrush. 

Clone Very Rev. Andrew Crowe, P.P.", Ballymore. 

Vicars-General Very Rev. Walter Canon Rossiter, P.P., New Ross ; 

Very Rev. John Canon Lerinon, P.P., Gorey. 
Vicars-Forane Very Rev. William Canon Fortune, P.P. Taghmon; 

Very Rev. John Canon Doyle, P.P., Ferns. 

PARISHES IN FERNS (41), PARISH PRIESTS AND CURATES. 

Parishes. j Parish Priests. Curates. Post Towns. 

Enniscorthy . Bishop's Parish Rossiter, James, Enniscorthy 

Adm. 

Cummins, Patrick 
Codd, John 
Browne, Richd, B.A. 
Nolan, John, B.A. 



Adamstown 



Annacurra and 
Kilaveny 



O'Brien, James, Murphy, Jas, Newbawn, 
Canon Wexford 

Codd, Nicholas Adamstown, 

Enniscorthy 

Wallace, Matt. Raheen, do, 
Dunne, John Kilaveny, Co.Wicklow 

Canon Kavanagh,R, B.A. Tinahely do 

Carty, James Annacurra,Augh. 
rim, Co,Wicklow 



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CATHOLIC REGISTRY. 



[1920 



Parishes. 


Parish Priests. Curates. Post Towns. 


B allindaggin 


Meehan, Thomas, Ballindaggin, 




Canon Emiiscorthy 




M'CormackjA. Kiltealy, 




Enniscorthy 




Wheeler, Edmd. Caim, do. 




Cloney, Thomas Ballindaggin 


Ballygarrett 


Laurence, Jones Clonevan, Gorey 




O'Grady, John Courtown Harb. 


Ballyoughter 


Mernagh, Nichl. Bally oughter^G or ey 




Crowe, Thomas Ballycanew, Gorey 




O'Ryaii. Martin Camolin, Gorey 


Bannow 


Sullivan, Morti- Haiitoii, Wm. Bannow, Wexf'd 




mer Murphy, James Bally mitty, do. 


Blackwater 


Quigley, Thos. Kavanagh, Owen Blackwater, 




Enniscorthy 


Bree 


Slieil, Patrick, Bree, do. 




Archdeacon Sinnott, John Galbally, do. 




Murphy, M., B.A. Bree, do. 


Castlebridge 


Quigley, James O'Brien, Aidan Castlebridge, 




Canon Wexford 




Furlong, James Screen, Wexford 


Clongeen 


Hickey, Michael Crosbie, James Foulksmills Wex. 


Cloughbawn 


Kehoe, Paul Clonroche, En- 




niscorthy 




Kinsella, Mich. Poulpeasty, do. 


Craanford 


Murphy, James, Craanford, Gorey 




Canon Kehoe, Owen Monaseed, Gorey 


Crossabeg 


Walsh, John, Ballymurn, En- 




Canon niscorthy 




Murphy, Martin Crossabeg, Wexf. 


Cushinstown 


Parker, Patrick Ballynaboola,do, 




Lyne, Daniel Rathgerogue, 




New Ross 


Hore, David Terrerath, N.Ross 


Davidstown 


O'Connor, Patk. Davidstown, 




Canon Enniscorthy 




Lennon, Albert Com-tuacuddy, do. 


Ferns 


Doyle, John, Gaul, Richard Ferns 




Canon, V. F . Darcy, James 


Glynn 


Redmond, Dan. Gaul, James Barntown, Wexf, 




Canon Butler, John Glynn, Wexford 


Gorey 


Lennon, John, Cleary, Thomas Gorey 




Canon, V.G. Doyle, Patrick 


Kilanerin 


O'Neill, William, Fortune, Wiliiam Kilanerin, Gorey 




Canon, Dean 


Kilmore 


O'Byrne, J. W. Kilmore, Wexf'd 




Kehoe, Andrew Mulrankin, Brid- 




getown.Wexford 


Creane, Edward Kilinore Quay, Wex, 



1920] 



DIOCESE OF FERNS. 



217 



Parishes. Parish Priests. 


Curates. 


Post Towns. 


Kilrush . Darcy, Patrick 


Darcy, Ml. 


Kilrush,. Ferns 




Canon 




Askamore, Car- 






Browne, P. 


new, Co .Wicklow 


Lady's Island 


Fitzhenry, Robt. 




Tacumshane, \Vex. 






King, Jeremiah 


Broadway, Wex. 


Litter 


Browne, John, 


Hitkey, Rob. 


Kilmucridge, Govey 




Canon 


Moran, Thos. K a 


Monamolin Gorey 


Mayglass . Crowe, Andrew, 




Ballyraore, Killinlick 




Canon 


Lambert, Henry 


Mayglass, Bally- 








cogley, Wex. 


Monageer 


Long, James 




Monageer, Ferns 






Hanton, John 


Boolavogue, do. 


New Ross 


Rossiter, Walter, 


Kavanagh, David 


New Ross 




Canon, V.G. 


O'Brien, Andrew 








Kelly, John, B.A. 






Harper, Wm. 




Newtownbarry . 


Forrestal, Aidan 


Cullen, Sylvester 


Newtownbarry 
Marshallstown, 








Enniscorthy 






Doyle, Kevin 


Kilmyshal, Ferns 







Power, Pierce 


Castledodrill, 








Ballycarney, 








Ferns 






O'Brien, John 


Newtownbarry 


Oylegate 


Rowe, John 




Oylegate, En- 








niscorthy 






Kavanagh, John 


Glenbrian, do. 


Oulart 


Maher, John 




Oulart, Gorey 






Quigley, Daniel 


The Ballagh, 








Enniscorthy 


Pierces town 


Hanton, Wm. 




Drinagh, Wexf d 






Pet tit, Gregory 


Murrintown 


Ramsgrange 


Sheridan, Nicho- 


Ramsgrange, 




las T., B.C t L,, 




Waterford 




Canon 


Murphy, Denis 


Duncannon 


Rathangan 


Doyle, Philip 




Rathangan, 








Bridgetown 






Seal: an, Thomas 


Clearystown 








Wexford 


Rathnure 


Bolger, David 




Rathnure, Ennis- 








eorthy 






O'Connor, John 


Templeudigan, 








Ballywilliam, 








New Ross 



218 



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[1920 



Parishes. Parish Priests. Curates. Post Towns. 

Buttons . Redmond, Jas. Rossiter, Michael Campile, Water- 

ford 

Somers, James Ballykelly, New Ross 
Taghmon . Fortune, William, Taghmon,Wexf d 

Canon Murphy, John Caroreigh, do. 

Murphy, Michael Taghmon, do. 
Tagoat Quigley, John Tagoat, do. 

French, Cornelius Kilrane, do. 

Kavanagh, Patk. Rosslare, do 
Tintern . King, Patrick Ballycullane, Waterford 

Scallan, Isaac St.Leonard's, do. 

Doyle, Edward Gusserane. N.Ross 
Tomacork Prandy, James Tomacork, Carnevv 

Walsh, P., B.D. Coolfancy, Tina- 
hely, Oo.Wicklow 

Templetown . Gloney, Thomas Ternpletown,Wx. 

via Waterford 

O'Rorke, Francis Poulfur,Fethard, 

Waterford 
Wexford . Bishop's Parish Hore, T., Adm. Wexford 

Byrne, Mark 

Codd, James 

Wickham,Matthew 

Murphy, George 

Sinnott, John 

O'Connor, M,, B.A. 

PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS IN THE DIOCESE. 



Workhouses. Chaplains. 

Enniscorthy Rev. J. Nolan, B.A. 
Gorey Verv Rev. John Lennon, 

P.P., V.G. 
New Ross Very Rev. W. Rossiter, 

P.P., V.G. 
Shillelagh Rev. J. Praiidy, P.P. 



Workhouse. 

Wexford Rev. 
Adm. 



Chaplain. 

Thomas Hore, 



Lunatic Asylum. 

En niscortliy Very 
Rossiter, M.S.S. 



Chaplain. 

Rev. John 



SECULAR CLERGY LIVING IN COMMUNITY. 

Missionaries of the Most Holy Sacrament, House of Missions, Ennis- 
corthy Very Rev. Patrick Murphy, Superior-, Rev. John J. Rossiter, 
Rev. Matthew Keating, Rev. Richard Walsh, Rev. James Sinnott, 
Rev. Thomas Drea, Rev. Martin Healy, Rev. Thos. Lyng. 

RELIGIOUS ORDERS AND CONGREGATIONS IN THE 
DIOCESE. 

FRANCISCANS. 

Franciscans, Wexford Very Rev. Fr. Alfred, Guardian ; Rev. Fr. 
Barnabas, Vicar ; Very Rev. Fr. Nicholas, Rev. Fr. John J. Roche, 
Rev. Fr. Brendan, Rov. Fr. Ambrose. Brothers Patrick and 
Seraphim. 



1920] DIOCESE OF FERNS. 219 

BENEDICTINES. 

Benedictine School at Mount St. Benedict's, Gorey Superior, Very 
Rev. J. F. Sweetman, O.S.B. ; Rev. Fr. Goolden* O.S.B. 

AUGUSTINIANS. 

Augustinians, New Ross Prior, Very Rev. John McSwiney, Rev- 
John Crane, Sub. Prior ; Rev. Michael O'Brien, Sacristan, Rev. R. 
Walsh, Procurator and Rector of Schools. '* Good Counsel College '' 
for Boarders and Day Pupils is attached to the Priory. 

Augustinians, Grantstown, Wellington Bridge, Wexford Prior, Very 
Rev. William Doran ; Rev. T. Brady. 

CHRISTIAN BROTHERS. 

Christian Brothers, Wexford Director, Rev. Brother Fitzgera 7 d ; 

pupils 560. Enniscorthy Director, ,Rev. Brother E. C. O'Mahony 

pupils, 380. New Ross Director, Rev. Brother J. O. MacNaraara ; 

pupils, 210. Gorey Director, Rev. Brother M. C. M'Grath ; 

pupils, 200. 

PRESENTATION CONVENTS. 
Presentation Convent, Enniscorthy Superioress, Mrs. M. Bsrohmans 

Cleary. Community, 23. Chaplains, Parochial Clergy. 
Presentation Convent, Wexford Superioress, Mother Margaret Mary 

Roche. Community, 32. Chaplains, Parochial Clergy. 

CARMELITE CONVENTS, 

Carmelite Convent, New Ross Prioress, Mother Anne of the Sacred 
Heart. Community, 20. Occupied in teaching the poor and lace- 
making. Chaplains, Augustinian Fathers. 

LOP.ETO CONVENTS, 

Our Lady Of LoretO, Gorey Superioress, Mrs. (Emilian) Masterson. 
Communty, 35. Boarders, 70. Chaplains, Parochial Clergy* Day 
pupils, 50. Children in. National School, 250. 

Our Lady Off LoretO, Enniscorthy Superioress, Mother Paul, Chap- 
lains, Priests of the House of Missions. Community, 10. Day 
pupils, 90. 

Our Lady Of LoretO, Richmond House, Wexford Superioress, Mother 
Teresita. Community, 24. Pupils, 150. Chaplain, Rev. J, O'Dowd, 

CONVENTS OF MERCY. 

Our Lady Of Mercy, St. Michael's, Wexford Superioress, Mother 
M. Ursula Roche. Community, 42. Chaplains, College Clergy. 
Convent National Schools, Summerhill ; attendance, about 
200. Orphanage and Industrial School, 10. St. Mary's National 
Schools, George Street ; attendance, about 400. A Home for Train- 
ing young women to Domestic duties. Servants' Registry Office. 

Convent Of Our Lady Of Mercy, Enniscorthy Superioress, Mrs, M. 
Alacoque Ryan. Community, 15. Chaplains, the Fathers of the 
House of Missions. National Schools, 400 pupils ; House of Mercy, 
3 ; Shirt Factory, and Lace Department, 7 ; Servants' Registry 
Office also kept. 



220 CATHOLIC REGISTRY. [1920 

St. Joseph's Convent Of Mercy, New Ross Superioress, Mother M. 
Vincent Torpey. Community, 23. Chaplains, Parochial Clergy. A 
Select Day School, also a National School, and an Industrial Class 
attached to the establishemnt. 

ORDER OF THE GOOD SHEPHERD. 

Order Of the Good Shepherd, New Ross Superioress, Mrs. Power, 
Community, 28. Chaplain, Rev. W. J. Harpur. 

ORDER OF THE FAITHFUL COMPANIONS OF JESUS. 
Convent Of the Faithful Companions Of Jesus, Newtownbarry Board- 
ing School. Chaplain, Rev. A. Forristal, P.P. 

SISTERS OF ST. LOUIS. 

Sisters Of St. Louis, Ramsgrange, Waterford Superioress, Mrs. 
Philomena Coleman. Community, 32. Chaplain, Rev. N. T. Canon 
Sheridan, P.P., S.T.L. Practical School of Rural Domestic Economy 
and National Schools. The Practical School is under the Depart- 
ment of Agriculture and Technical Instruction. 

SISTERS OF ST. JOHN OF GOD. 

Sisters Of St. John Of Gpd, Wexford Superioress, Mother M. Aloysius 
O'Connell. Community, 142. Chaplain, Rev. Richard Doyle. The 
Religious of this Congregations devote themselves largely to the 
work of education, They conduct large National Schools, where, in 
addition to the ordinary subjects, Shorthand, Type- writing, and the 
Irish Language are taught. The Sisters also devote themselves to 
the care of the sick and dying in hospitals and in their own homes. 
They conduct a Home for aged ladies attached to the Convent. A 
Branch House has been recently established in Kilmore, Co. 
Wexford, to which there is a Residential School under the Depart- 
ment attached, wherein is taught Domestic Economy in all its 
branches ; also Dairy and Poultry keeping. There is also attached 
a School for the training of girls for Domestic Service. 

YPRES BENEDICTINE ABBEY, MACMINE CASTLE, Co. WEXFORD. 

The Right Rev. Lady Abbess, Mary Maura Ostyn, O.S.B., Com- 
munity 25. The Religious of this Order devote their lives to prayer 
and the singing of the Divine Office in choir. They have opened a 
Select Boarding School for a limited number of gentlemen's daughters, 
on the same principles as the one established for so long in Ypres. 

CONVENT OF PERPETUAL ADORATION. 

Convent of Perpetual Adoration, Wexford The Religious of this 
Institute devote their lives to the Adoration of the Most Holy Sacra- 
ment, day and night. They give religious instruction to children and 
adults and receive ladies into the Convent for spiritual retreats. 
They make vestments for sale, and do all kinds of embroidery for 
Church purposes. Altar breads can be had by^ applying to the 
Convent. Superioress, Rev. Mother Mary of St. Rose. Community, 
34. Chaplains, Parochial Clergy. 



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221 



EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS IN THE DIOCESE. 

College St. Peter's, Wexford Under the patronage and inspection of 
the Lord Bishop of the Diocese. President, Very Rev. William 
Harpur ; Dean, Rev. James Donovan, B.D. ; Professors, Rev, 
James Donovan, B.D. ; Rev. William Murphy, S.T.L.; Rev. James 
Nolan, Rev. Michael Kelly, Rev. James Doran, B.A, ; Rev. Nicholas 
Moran, B.A ; Rev. Patrick Quaid, B.A.; N. Murphy, D. O'Leary, 
and Francis Breen, Sch., R.I.A.M. Number of students, about 150. 

Superior Schools For Boys, New Ross, taught by Augustinian Friars. 
,, For Young Ladies, Gorey Ladies of Loreto have 

a respectable Ladies' School. Wexford, Loreto Convent, Richmond 
House, Enniscorthy, Loreto Nuns. Wexford, Newtownbarry, Ladies 
of the Faithful Companions of Jesus. Macmine, Ypres Benedictine 
Abbey. 

Primary Schools In this Diocese there are 150 Catholic Primary 
Schools, eleven of which are Convent Schools, and six are Christian 
Brothers' Schools. 

Societies Of St. Vincent de Paul a*t Wexford, Enniscorthy, Gorey, New Ross. 



SUMMARY. 



Bishop . . 1 

Parochial Benefices . . 4.1 

Parish Priests . \. . 39 

Administrators ... 2 

Curates ... 81 

In College ... 8 
Secular Clergy . . .130 

Parochial & District Churches 92 



Houses of Regular Clergy . 4 

Chapels of Regular Clergy . 4 

Total Regulars . . . 20 

Total Priests . . .133 

Convents . . .14 

Monastic Houses . . 3 

Orphanages . . . 2 
Refuge ... 1 



Catholic Population 
Non-Catholic Population 

Total Population 


1881 


1891 


1901 


1911 


117,655 
12,375 


106,650 
10,723 


99,208 
9,603 


98,134 

8,816 


130,030 


117,373 


108,811 


106,950 



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[1920 



XII!. DIOCESE OF OSSORY. 

Includes Kilkenny and portions of King's and Queen's Counties. 
Bishop Most Rev. ABRAHAM BROWNRIGG, D.D. Born 23rd December, 
1836. Consecrated 14th December, 1884. Succeeded His 
Eminence Cardinal Moran. Address Most Rev. Dr. Brownrigg, 
Lord Bishop of Ossory, Kilkenny. 

CHAPTER OF OSSORY. 

Dean Very Rev. Michael Barry, D.D., P.P., V.F., Ballyragget. 
Precentor Very Rev. William Brennan, D.D., P.P., Rathdowney. 
Chancellor Very Rev. William Healy, P.P., Johnstown. 
Treasurer Very Rev. Tobias R. Walsh, P.P., Freshford. 
Theologian Very Rev. Nicholas Murphy, P.P., Ballycallan. 
Penitentiary Very Rev. James Holohan, P.P., Rosbercon. 
Archdeacon Very Rev. James Doyle, D.D., P.P., V;G., St. Canice's. 

PREBENDARIES. 

Aghoure Very Rev. James Dunphy, P.P., Danesfort. 
Blackrath Very Rev. Peter Doyle, P.P., Mooncoin. 
Clonamery Very Rev. John Roe, P.P., Gowran. 
Kilemory Very Rev. John J. Costigan, P.P., Kilmacow. 
Kilmanagh Very Rev. James Doyle, P.P., V.F., Thomastown. 
Mayne Very Rev. William Carrigan, D.D., P.P., Durrow. 
Tascoffin Very Rev.- Daniel O'Halloran, P.P., Castlecomer. 

Bishop's Secretary Rev. James Grant, Bishop's House, Kilkenny. 
Ecclesiastical Inspector of Schools Rev. Michael Hunt. St. Kieran's 
College, Kilkenny. 

PARISHES IN OSSORY (41), PARISH PRIESTS AND CURATES. 



Parishes. 

St. Mary's 

St. John's 



Aghaboe 

Aghaviller 
Ballycallan 



Ballyhale 
Ballyragget 

Borris-in-Ossory 



Parish Priests. 

Cathedral Parish 

Bishop's Parish 

Walsh, Patrick 

Rochford, Thos. 
Murphy, Nich., 
Canon, Kil- 
managh 
Brennan, Thos. 
Barry, M., D.D., 
V.F., Dean 

Dillon, James, 
A dm. 



Curates. 



Post Towns. 



O'Keefe. Andrew. Adtn. Kilkenny 

Power, James 

Brady, James 

Kavanagh, Chas., Adm. 

Gibbons, Michael 

Mackey, Patrick 

O'Keefe, Edward, 

Chaplain. 
Grant, Thomas Muggenstown, 

Ballacolla 

Hoyne, Laurence Knocktopher 
Guinan, Joseph Ballycallan, Kil- 
McGrath, Michael kenny 

Doody, Edward Knocktopher 
Birch, John Ballyragget 

Comerford, Philip Ballyouskill, 

Atanagh 

Grace, Patrick Borris-in-Ossory 
Brennan^ Henry Ballybrophy 



1920] 



DIOCESE OF OSSORY. 



223 



Parishes. ' 


Parish Priests. Curates. Post Towns. 


Callan 


Carrigan,Patrick Delahunty, Patk. Callan 




Walsh, John 




Drennan, Patrick 




Chaplain 


Castlecomer 


O'Halloran, Hoyne, Michael Castlecomer 




Daniel, Canon Coyne, Michl.,D.Ph. 


Cast let own 


Bowe, Thomas Dollard, John Mountrath 




Brennan, Thomas, Chaplain 


Clara 


Cahill, John Brophy, Thos. Kilkenny 


Clough 


Power, Michael Lacey, Ed. Castlecomer 


Camross 


Murphy, Michl. Costigan, Wm. Mountrath 


Conahy 


Treacy, Patrick Lowry, Ambrose Jenkinstown 


Danesfort 


Dunphy, Jem 'S Walsh, Laur. Cuffe's Graiig% 




Canon Kilkenny 


Dunnamaggan . 


Purcell, James Henebery, Thos. Callan 




Purcell, Ed. Kilmoganny, 




Callan 


Durrow 


Carrigan, Wm., Durrow 




. D.D., Canon M'Namara, Mich. Cullohm, Rath- 




downey 




Walsh, John Durrow 


Freshford 


Walshe, Tobias Nolan, Michael Freshford, 




R., Canon Kilkenny 


Glenmore 


Holohan, Martin Crotty, Martin Glenmore, 




Waterford 


Gowran 


Roe, John, Canon Ryan, John Gowran 


Galmoy and 


Healy, William, Wliite, Martin Galmoy 


Johnstown 


Canon Freyne, Patrick Johnstown 


Tnistioge 


Keoghan, Rich. Power, Edward Inistioge 




Murphy, Edwd. Rower, Inistioge 


Kilmacow 


Costigan, John Moore, Philip -Kilmacow, 




J., Canon Guilfoyle,M.,(7/ia#. Waterford 


Lisdownsy 


Brennan, Edwd.Freyne, Thomas Gathabawii, 




Ballyragget Johnstown 




Grace, Wm. Clontubrid, 




Freshford, Kil- 




kenny 


Mooncoin 


Doyle, Peter, Paddle, William Mooncoin, 




Canon Murphy, Joseph Waterford 


Muckalee 


Brennan, Edwd. Rowe, John Ballyfoyle, 




Kilkenny 




Hughes. Daniel Coon, Leighlin- 




bridge 


Mullinavat 


Madden, John Coghlan, Lau- Mullinavat, 




rence Waterford 


Rathdowney 


Brennan, Wm., Walsh, Martin Rathdowney 




D.D., Canon Brennan, Patrick 


Rosbercon 


Holohan, James, Hennessy, Nich. Tullogher, 




Canon Phelan, Fin tan New Ross 


Seirkieran 


Drennan, Jermh., Birr 




Adm, 



224 



CATHOLIC REGISTRY. 



[1920 



Parishes. 

Slieverue 



St. Canice's 

St. Patrick's 
Templeorum 

Thomastown 

Tullaherin 
Tullaroan 

Urlingford 
Windgap 



Parish Priests. 

Doody, Joha 



Doyle, J., Arch- 
deacon, D.D., 
V.G. 

Carroll, John, 
Adm. 

Phelan, Thos. 
Piltown 

Doyle, James, 
Canon, V.F. 
McNamara, C. 
Walsh, William 



Curates. 

Bergin John 
Phelan, James 
Darey, Patrick, 

Chaplain. 
Brennan, Ed. 
Holland Patrick 



Post Towns. 

Waterford 



Kilkenny 



Kearns, Joseph Kilkenny 

Clohesy, John Templeorum 
Comer i'ord, Jas. Piltown, Co. 

Kilkenny 

O'Shea, John Thomastown, 
Leughry, John J. Kilkenny 
Carrigan, Jas. Bennettsbridge 
Bergin, Cornelius Tullaroan 



O'Farrell, Wm. Fitzpatrick, Ml. Urlingford 

O'Halloran, Martin 
Brennan , James Larkin, John Callan. 



PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS IN THE DIOCESE. 



Workhouses. Chaplains. 

Urlingford Rev. Wm. O'Farrell. 
Castlecomer Very Rev. Daniel 
O'Halloran. 



Workhouses. Chaplains. 

Kilkenny Rev. Edward O'Keefe 

Callan Rev. Patk. Drennan. 

Thomastown V. Rev. Jas. Doyle. 

County Prison Very Rev. James Doyle, Chapl 

Military Barracks, Kilkenny Rev. Charles Kavanagh, Chaplain. 

Lunatic Asylum, Kilkenny Rev. Charles Kavanagh, Chaplain. 

County Infirmary Rev. Edward O'Keefe, Chaplain. 

RELIGIOUS ORDERS AND CONGREGATIONS IN THE 
DIOCESE. 

DOMINICANS. 

Dominican Convent, Black Abbey, Kilkenny Prior, Very Rev. 
Alphonsus O'Reilly, O.P.; Rev. Pius Clery, O.P, Sub-Prior; Rev. 
T. F. Purcell. O.P., P.G. 

AUGUSTINIANS. 

Augustinian Convent, Callan Prior, Very Rev. Rev. E. W. O'Flynn, 
O.S.A.; Rev. J. S.Frost, O.S.A. ; Bro. James Kelly, O.S.A. 

CAPUCHINS. 

Capuchin Franciscan Friary, Kilkenny, Capuchin Novitiate Guardian, 
Very Rev. Father Matthew, Ex-Prov. Vicar and Master of Novices, 
Very Rev. Father Kevin, D.Ph., B.A., Def. Vice-Master, Rev. 
Father Patrick, Rev Father Reginald, Rev. Father Michael, Rev. 
Father Raphael; Brother Angelas. Third Order of St. Francis. 
Cleric and Lay Novices. 



1920] DIOCESE OF OSSORY. 225 

CARMELITES. 

Carmelite Convent, Knocktopher Very Rev. P. A. Canavan, B.A., 
Prior; Rev. P. A. Walsh, B.A. 

BROTHERS OF THE CHRISTIAN SCHOOLS. 

Novitiate of the Brothers of the Christian Schools (De La Salle) 
Retreat, Castletown, Mountrath, Queen's Co. Visitor, Brother 
Benedict Lewis. Director of Novices, Brother Albert Lewis. 
Director of Holy Family, Brother Kieran Augustine. Director of 
the Preparatory Novitiate, Brother Bronius Felix. Number in 
Community, 35. Novices, 30. Aspirants, 30. National School 
Pupils, 60. Chaplain [vacant]. v 

Schoiasticate of the Brothers of the Christian Schools, St. Joseph's, 
Greenville, Kilmacow, Co. Kilkenny Director, Brother Pius. C /lap- 
lain Rev. M. Guilfoyle. Number in Community, 8. Scholastics, 25. 

Christian Brothers, De La Salie Institute, St. Patrick's, Kilkenny 
Director, Brother Oswin. Number of piipils, 150. 

St. John's, Kilkenny Director, Bro. Peter. Number of pupils, 130. 

Christian Brothers, Kilkenny Director, Brother P. C., McGolrick, 
Number of pupils, 300. Callan Director, Brother J. V. Kerrigan, 
Pupils, 130, 

Brothers Of Charity, Belmont Park, Waterford and Kilkenny Superior, 
Brother Nivard. Community, 21. Chaplain, Rev. Patrick Darcy. 
The Brothers have charge of a private asylum for afflicted gentlemen. 
Novitiate for Irish and English candidates. 

PRESENTATION CONVENTS. 
Presentation Convent, Kilkenny Superioress, Mrs. M. Canice Bowe, 

Number in Community, 40. Chaplains, The Cathedral Clergy. 
Presentation Convent St. Fintan's, Clonageeragh, Burrow, Queen's 

Co. Number in Community 6. Chaplain, Rev. J. Walsh. 
Presentation Convent, St. Mary's Kilmacow Superioress, Mrs. M. 

Benedict. Number in Community, 10. Chaplains, Parochial Clergy. 
Presentation Convent, Castlecomer Superioress, Mrs. Feehan. Number 

in Community, 22. Chaplains, the Local Clergy. 
Presentation Convent, Mooncoin Superioress, Mrs. M. Aloysius Nelson. 

Number in Community, 15. Chaplains, the Parochial Clergy. 

ST. JOSEPH'S INDUSTRIAL SCHOOL FOR GIRLS. 
Sisters of Chanty, St. Joseph's Industrial School for Girls, Kilkenny 
Superioress, Mother Catherine O'Flynn. Community, 18. 120 
girls. Chaplains, Rev. John O'Keefe, Pro/. ; Rev. Matthew Cullen, 
Prof. 

ST. PATRICK'S INDUSTRIAL SCHOOL. 

Sisters of Charity, St. Patrick's Industrial School, Kilkenny Founded 
December, 1879. Eectress, Mother M. Otteran Harrington. Reli- 
gious, 16. Industrial School and Orphanage for Boys from 5 to 10 years 
of age. Number in school, 180. Chaplain, Rev. Michael Doyle, 
Prof. 

LORETO CONVENT. 

Loreto Convent, Kilkenny Superioress, Mrs. M. Dolores Ryan. Chap- 
lain, the Local Clergy. Religious, 25. Boarders, 52. Day pupils, Go, 



226 CATHOLIC REGISTRY. [1920 

SISTERS OF MERCY. 

Sisters Of Mercy, Callan Superioress, Mrs. M. Ita Kelly. Com- 
munity, 42. Schools for Middle and Higher Classes. Attendance 
in National Schools, 350. 

Sisters Of Mercy, Ballyragget Community, 5. Number in Schools, 80. 

Sisters Of Mercy, Callan Union Hospital and School Local Superioress, 
Mrs. M'Grath. Community, 5. 

Sisters Of Mercy, Poorhouse Hospital, Kilkenny Community, 6. 

Sisters Of Mercy, Thomastown Superioress, Mrs. M. M. Condren. 
Community, 18. Home for training girls for domestic service, also 
a public laundry. 250 children attending Schools. 

Sisters Of Mercy, Borris-in-Ossory Superioress, Mother Mary Brigid 
Doyle. Community, 13. 

ST. BRIGID'3 MISSIONARY SCHOOL. 

St. Brigid'S Missionary School Attached to the Convent of Mercy, 
Callan, is a school where girls desirous of becoming Nuns are boarded 
and educated. From this establishment postulants have entered, 
and have persevered in Convents, at home and abroad. Some of the 
Foreign Missions provide free places for talented subjects, for girls 
of fair abilities and a good foundation of English. Those who passed 
creditably in 6th or 7th Standard National School might apply 
successfully for these vacancies. Very many from these Standards 
have continued their education here, and are now professed Nuns 
on Foreign Missions. Pupils can be prepared for King's Scholarship 
Examination. 

SISTERS OF THE HOLY FAITH. 

Sisters Of the Holy Faith, Mount St. Joseph, Mullinavat Founded 
1880. Local Directress, Sister M. Michael. Community, 6. Two 
Primary Schools, one for little boys, one for girls ; attendance, 60, 
Private" Day School; attendance, 35. 

SISTERS OF ST. JOHN OF GOD. 

Sisters Of St. John Of God. Convent of St. Camillus, Kilkenny. Super- 
ioress, Mrs. M. Bernard Murphy. Community, 90. Chaplain, 
Rev. Patrick Collier, Prof. 

Sisters Of St. John Of God Convent of St. John of God, Rathdowney, 
Queen's Co. Community, 11. 

Sisters Of St. John Of God Convent of the Sacred Heart, Owning, 
Piltown, Co. Kilkenny. Community, 8. 

Sisters Of St. John Of God District Hospital, Castlecomer, Com- 
munity, 6. 

Sisters Of St. John Of God The Fever Hospital, Kilkenny. Com., 3. 

Sisters Of St. John of God Workhouse Hospitals and Schools, Thomas- 
town. Community, 6. 

Sisters Of St. John Of God County Infirmary. Kilkenny. Com- 
munity, 3. 

CONVENT OF THE SACRED HEART OF MARY. 

Convent Of the Sacred Heart Of Mary, Ferrybank, Waterford Boarding 
School, 120 pupils ; Select Day Schools, 70 pupils ; National Schools. 
200 pupil3 Community, 56 t Superioress, Mrs. M. Clare, 



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EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS IN THE DIOCESE. 

St. Kieran'S College, Kilkenny President, Very Rev. Richard 

Aylward; nV-/V ; Dean, Rev. Thomas O'Reilly, S.T.L. ; 

Dean, Rev. Robert Stepheiison ; Bursar, Rev. Martin Kealy; Dean 
of Studies, Rev. John O'Keeffe, B.A. ; Professors, Rev. Patrick 
Collier, Rev. Thomas O'Reilly, S.T.L. ; Rev. Michael Doyle, "D.D. ; 
Rev. John O'Keeffe, B A. ; Rev. Matthew Cnllen, B.A. ; Rev. Fr. 
Clery, O.P.. B.A., S.T.L. ; C. A. Sandvoss, Esq.; John Keenan, 
Esq. ; Cuthbert Kennedy, B.A. ; Concub'har O'Muineacain. Elocu- 
tionist, Mctlar.ly Flint, Esq. Professor of Music, Herr Joseph 
Koss. Medical Attendant, James White, Esq., M.D. 

Primary SchOO!s The Christian Brothers conduct three large schools 
in the city and two in Callan. ; and there are schools under Nuns 
in Kilkenny, Castlecomer, Mooiicoin, Borris-in-Ossory, Mullinavat, 
Ferrybank, Callan, Thomastown, Rathdowney, Kilmacow, Bally- 
ragget, Owning, and Durrow. 

Libraries There is a Library in every parish in the diocese. 
Society of St. Vincent tie Paul at Kilkenny. 



Bishop 

Parishes 

Parish Priests 

Administrators 

Curates 

Regulars 

Total Priests 



SUMMARY. 

Churches . . .96 
College ... 1 
Houses of Regulars . . 4 
Convents . . .17 
Christian Brothers' Estab- 
lishments 4 



1 

41 
36 

5 

58 

11 

119 



Catholic Population . 
Non-Catholic Population 

Total Population 


1881 


1891 


1901 


1911 


104,909 
7,577 


92,399 
6,519 


83,519 
6,029 


79,572 
5,376 


112,486 


98,918 


89,548 


84,948 



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CATHOLIC REGISTRY. 



[1920 



PROVINCE OF CASHEL. 

Comprising the Archdiocese of Cashel, and Diocese of Emly, with the 
eight Suffragan Dioceses of Cloyne, Cork, Kerry, Killaloe, Limerick, 
Ross, Waterford, and Kilfeiiora. The Bishop of Galway is Apostolic 
Administrator of Kilfenora. 



XIV. ARCHDIOCESE OF CASHEL, AND DIOCESE OF 

EMLY. 

Includes the chief part of Tipperary and part of Limerick Counties. 

Archbishop His Grace the Most Rev. JOHN M. HARTY, D.D. Conse- 
crated the 18th January, 1914. Address Most Rev. John Harty, 
Lord Archbishop of Cashel, The Palace, Thurles. Last Archbishop 
Most Rev. Thomas Fennelly, D.D., Titular Archbishop of Metymna. 
Residence, Moycarkey, Co. Tipperary. 

CHAPTER OF CASHEL. 

Dean Very Rev. Monsignor Innocent Ryan, P.P., V.G. 

Archdeacon Ven. T. R. Power, P.P., V.F. 

Chancellor Very Rev. Monsignor Arthur Ryan, P.P., V.G. 

Precentor Very Rev. Daniel Ryan, P.P. 

Treasurer Very Rev. James Howard, P.P. 

Canons. 
Kilbragh Right Rev. Monsignor Glankeen Very Rev.. 

Michael O'Neill, D.D., P.P. 
Lattin Very Rev. John Kelly, 

P.P., Doon. 
Doon Very Rev. John Duan, 

P.P., Murroe. 

Newchapel Very Rev. James 
* Hickey, P.P.j Ballingarry. 



Garrett 
College, 



E. Burke, 



Cotter, St. Patrick's 

Thurles. 
Fennor Very Rev. 

P.P., Gortnahoe, 
Kilarderry Very Rev. Nicholas 

Duggan, P.P., Moycarkey. 
Killenellick Vacant. 



DIOCESAN DIGNITARIES AND OFFICERS. 

Vicars-General Very Rev. Monsignor A. Ryan, Tipperary; and Very 

Rev. Monsignor Innocent Ryan, Cashel. 
Vicars- Forane Very Rev. Thomas R. Power, Galbally ; Very Rev. 

J. J. Duan, Murroe ; Very Rev. James Hickey, Ballingarry ; Very 

Rev. P. C. Ryan, Fethard ; Very Rev. E. Hanly, Hospital. 
Afchbishop's Secretary Rev. M. Maher, B.D., C.C., Thurles. 
Diocesan Inspector of Schools Rev. Nicholas Cooke, The College, 

Thurles. 

PARISHES IN CASHEL (46), PARISH PRIESTS AND CURATES. 



Parishes. 

Thurles 



Annacarty 

Ballinahinch 

Ballingarry 



Parish Priests. Curates. Post Towns. 

Archbp.'s Parish Ryan, Ml., Adtn. Thurles 

Ryan, M. K. 

O'Brien, Denis 

Maher, M., B.D. 

Ryan, Martin Cleaty, Joseph Donohill, Tip. 
O'Connor, Thos. Hennessy, James Newport, Tipp, 
Hickey, James, Lanigan, James Thurles, 
Canon, 



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229 



Parishes. 


Parish Priests. Curates. Post Towns. 


Bally brie ken 


?ahey, Thomas Ballybricken, 




Kilmallock 




Harney, James Caherconlish, 




- Pallasgreen. 


Bally landers 


3arry, Michael O'Brien, James Knocklong 


Ballyna 


Noonan, James Ryan, Matthew Killaloe 


Bansha and Kil- 


Byrnes, James Moloney, Daniel Tipperary 


moyler 


Byrne, Philip 


Boherlahan and 


Duggan, John Blake, Edward Cashel 


Dualla 




Borrisoleigh 


Ryan, P. W. Hacketb, Ed. Borrisoleigh, Co. 




Tipperary 


Caherconlish 


Ryan, Thomas Callanan, C. Caherconlish, 




Pallasgreen 


Cappamore 


Godfrey,Patrick O'Callaghan, Jn. Pallasgreen 


Cappawhite 


Dunne. Thos. Hennessy, Matt. Cappawhite 


Cashel 


Ryan, Innocent, Duggan, Denis J. Cashel 




Dean, V.O. Fitzgerald, Wm. 


Clerihan 


Walshe, John Clonmel 


Clonoulty 


Ryan, Dl. M., Molony, James Gooldscross 




Canon 


Doon 


Kelly, John, O'Connor, Michl. Doon, Pallasgr'n 




Canon 


Drangan 


O'Brien, Daniel Hourigan, Danl. Fethard, Co, 




Tipperary 


Drom and Inch . 


Finn, Michael Drom, Thurles 




Hayes, James Inch, Thurles 


Emly 


Bannon, Ml. Connery, John Emly, Co. TipD, 


Fethard and Kil 


Ryan, P. C., Russell, John Fethard, Tipp. 


lusty 


V.F. Noonan, Robert 


Galbally 


Power, T. R., Quinlan, John Tipperary 




Archdn.,V.F., O'Malley, James 




S.T.L. 


Golden 


Keane,Edmond M'Grath, John Golden 


Gurtnahoe 


Burke, Edmond Mackey, Edmund Kilcooley, Thurl. 




Staunton, Michl. 


Holycross 


Hora.n, James McCormack, T. Holycross, Thurl. 


Hospital 


Hanly, Ed., Ryan, Laurence Hospital 




V.F. M'Grath, John Herbertstown 




Kennedy. Michl. Hospital 


Kilbenny ' . M'Carthy," Ml. O'Brien^ Wm. Mitchelstown 


Kilcuminin . Purcell, Wm. O'Donoghue, Ml. Kilcurnmin, 




Sampson, Mat. Thurles 


Killenaule 


Humphreys, Quinlan, Patrick Killenaule 




David Fogarty, Wm. 


Kilteely 


Duggan, Denis Nolan, Thomas Pallasgreen 


Knockainy 


Hourigan, MichaelHayes, Laurence Bruff 


Knockavella 


Ryan, Matthew Ryan, Edmund J. Cashel 


Knocklong 


O'Connor, Wm Humphreys, A, Knocklong 



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[1920 



Parishes. 

Latten & Cullen 

Loughmore 



Moycarkey 
Mullinahone 
Murroe & Boher 

New Inn 
Newport, Tipp. 

Pallasgreen 
Tomplemore 



Templetuohy 
Tipperary 



Ulla & Solohead 
Upperchurch 



Parish Priests. Curates. 

O'Neill, M., Mgr., Ryan, Edward 

Canon, D.D. 
Godfrey, Thos. 

Humphreys, Jn. 

Duggan, Nich. Power, Nich. 

Canon. 

O'Meara, Thos. Kelly, Edmond 

Russell, James 

Duan, J. J., O'Dwyer, Tim 

Canon, V.F. 

Murphy, John Murphy, John 
Howard, James, Murphy, Edmund 
Canon Daggan, Denis M. 

Nolan, John, A dm. O'Dwyer, W. 
Kiely, Daniel O'Neill, John 
Hickey, Philip 
Meagher, John 

Murphy, Patrick Dunworth, Robt. 
Ryan, Arthur, Keogh, Daniel 
Canon, V.G. McCarthy, Jos. 

Condon, William 
Slattery, John, Keogh, William 

D.D., Adm. 
Hourigan, Michl. Connery, Patrick 



Post Towns 

Tipperary 

Templemore 
Castleiney, 

Templemore 
Thuiies 

Mullinahone, Tip, 
Murroe, L'erick 

Cahir 
Newport, Tipp. 

Pallasgreen 
Templemore 



Templemore 
Tipperary 



Tipperary 
Ballycahill 



PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS IN THE DIOCESE. 



Workhouses. Chaplains. 

Thurles Rev. M. Ryan, Adm. 
Tipperary Rev. Michael S. Ryan. 



Workhouse. Chaplain. 

Cashel Very Rev. Mgr. Innocent 
Ryan. 



Richmond Barracks, Templemore Chaplain, Very Rev. Daniel Kiely. 

RELIGIOUS ORDERS AND CONGREGATIONS IN THE 
DIOCESE. 

AUGUSTINIANS. 

AugUStinian Convent, Fethard Prior, Very Rev. P. A. Crowe; 
Rev. L. P. Funchion. 

CHRISTIAN BROTHERS. 

Christian Brothers, Thurles Director, Rev. J. C. Carew ; 490 pupils. 

Tipperary Rev. Brother M. R. Coffey, 290 pupils. Cashel Rev. 

Brother T. I. Lynam, 200 pupils. Doon Rev. Brother D. C. 

Curtin, 130 pupils. 
Brothers Of the Christian Schools, Hospital Brother Alban, Superior ; 

135 pupils. 
Brothers Of St. Patrick Fethard, Monastery National School 

Superior, Rev. Brother Paul Cullen. 



1920] DIOCESE OF CASHEL, 231 

URSULINE CONVENT. 

Ursuline Convent, Thurles Superioress, Mother M. M. De Pazzi 
O'Connell. Community, 74. Chaplain, Rev. E. O'Donnell. 

PRESENTATION CONVENTS. 

Presentation Convent, Thurles Superioress, Mrs. M. Gertrude Hogan. 
Community, 50. National School, and Public Steam Laundry 
attached, also Boarding School, Boys 3 to 12 years of age. Crochet 
and Limerick Lace Class. Orders received for Altar Breads. 
Chaplain, Rev. M, J. Ryan, V.P. St. Patrick's College. Preparatory 
Training College also attached for Students preparing for King's 
Scholarships. Students are also prepared for the Oxford Univer- 
sity Local Examinations- (Junior and Senior), which qualify a 
student to become a pupil teacher, equivalent to a scholarship 
Value 60. Branch Houses, Dundrum and Ballingarry, Co. Tipperary, 
and Hospital, Co. Limerick. 

Presentation Convent of the Holy Angels, Dundrum (Branch of Thurles). 
Local Superioress, Mrs. M. Ignatius Rafferty. Number in Community, 
10. Residential School under Technical Department, wherein is 
taught Domestic Economy in all its branches ; also Dairy and 
Poultry Keeping, under the Agricultural Department. There is 
also attached St. Bernard's Industrial School, where girls are trained 
for Domestic Service. Chaplain, Rev. John Ryan. 

Presentation Convent, Hospital Amalgamated with Thurles. 
Superioress, Mrs. M. Alacoque Hanly. In Community, 22. Pupils 
attending Schools, 380. Chaplain, Rev. L. Ryan, C.C. 

Presentation Convent, Glenview, Ballingarry, Co. Tip. amalgamated 
with Thurles Superioress, Mrs. M. Austin Breen. Day School 
under the National Board, and Select Boarding School. Terms, 
25 guineas per annum. Community, 20. Chaplain, Very Rev. 
J. Canon Hickey, P.P., V.F. 

Presentation Convent, Cashel Superioress, Mrs. M. Xavier Carroll. 
Community, 38. Chaplain, Rev. James Fitzgerald. Splendid Schools 
and Orphanage complete. Industrial School attached ; inmates, 
110. Vacancies always to be had on application to the Manager, 
Mrs. M. Xavier O' Carroll. 

Presentation Convent, Fethard Superioress, Mrs. M. Evangelist Holo- 
han. In Community, 24. Chaplains, Parochial Clergy. National 
Schools, 250. Intermediate and University Classes, 23. Public 
Steam and Hand Laundry attached, where 25 hands are employed. 
Music Academy, where pupils are prepared for Royal Academy and 
Incorporated Society of Musicians* Examinatons. 

CONVENTS OF THE SISTERS OF MERCY. 

Convent Of the Sisters Of Mercy, Templemore Superioress, Mrs. E. 
Stanislaus Heffernan. Number in Community, 28. Industrial 
School and Orphanage ' attached ; also National School. A Class 
of Advanced Pupils are prepared iit National Schools for those 
who wish to study for Intermediate. Chaplain, Rev. J. Meagher.,. 
Branch House Borrisoleigh. Chaplain, Rev. P. Ryan. Number 
in Community, 5. 

Convent Of the Sisters Of Mercy, Tipperary Superioress, Mrs. M. Francis 
Cantwell. Community, 61. Chaplain, Parochial Clergy. Sisters 
have charge of Workhouse Hospital, Industrial School,and Orphanage, 



232 CATHOLIC REGISTRY. [1920 

Convent Of the Sisters Of Mercy, Drangan Community, 7. Chaplains, 
the Parochial Clergy. 

Convent Of the Sisters Of Mercy, Boon Superioress, Mrs. Agnes 
O'Meara. Community, 23. Chaplain, Very Rev. John Canon Kelly, 
P.P. National School and Special Class School. Branch House 
Thurles Workhouse. Community, 6. Branch House Cappamore. 
National School. Chaplain, Rev. P. Godfrey, P.P. Community, 7. 
Branch House Newport. Chaplain, Very Rev. J. Canon Howard, 
P.P. Community, 7. 

Convent Of the Sisters Of Mercy, the Union, Thurles Number in Com- 
munity, 7. Chaplain, Rev. M. Ryan, Adm. The Sisters have 
charge of the Workhouse Hospital. 

Convent Of the Sisters Of Mercy, New Inn, Cahir Superioress, Mrs. 
Margaret Mary Ryan. Community, 15. Chaplain, Rev. J. Murphy. 
C.C. 

Workhouse Hospital, Coshel Under the care of the Sisters of Mercy 
from Tipperary. Number in Community. 6. 

Societies Of St. Vincent de Paul at Thurles, Cashel, Fethard, Tipperary. 

EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS IN THE DIOCESE. 

St. Patrick's College, Thurles Under the patronage of His Grace the 
Archbishop. President, Very Rev. Garrott Canon Cotter. Vice- 
President, Very Rev. M. J. Ryan. Deans, Rev. John Heffernan 
D.Ph.; and Rev. Richard Devane. -Bursar, Rev. Michael O'Dwyer. 
D.D. Professor of Dogmatic Theology, Very Rev. Garrett Canon 
Cotter. Sacred ^'"-Scripture, Rev. Michael O'Dwyer, D.D. Professor 
of Moral Theology and Canon Law, Rev. Edmund O'Donnell, S.T.L. 
Professor of Ecclesiastical History, Rev. Patk. Ryan, S.T.L. Professor 
of Pastoral Theology and Sacred Eloquence, Rev. John Heffernan, 
D.Ph. Professor of Mental. Philosophy, Rev. Michael J. Ryan. 
Professor of Natural Philosophy and Mathematics, Rev. Patrick 
Ryan, S.T.L. ; Professors of Classics, Rev. M. O'Dwyer, D.D., and 
Rev. Richard Devane. Professor of English Language and Literature, 
Rev. J. Heffernan, D.Ph. Professors of French, Rev. E. O'Donnell, 
S.T.L., and Rev. J. Heffernan, D.Ph. Professor of Irish, Mr. J. 
Morgan. Professor of Ecclesiastical Chant, Mr. P. Egan. 

Rockwell College, G.S.Sp., Cashel President, Very Rev. J. Byrne. 
V ice-President, Rev. J. Cotter. Bursar, Rev. J. A. Kingston. 
Dean of Studies, Rev. J. M'Grath. Dean of Discipline, Rev. D. 
Leen. Director of Scholasticate, Rev. P. Walsh. Professors, Rev. 
J. N. Miiller, Rev. C. Schmidt. Rev. M. Colgan, Rev. J. M'Grath, 
Rev. James O'Neill, Rev. P. Meagher, Rev. D. Egan, Rev. P. 
Walsh, Rev. D. Leen, Rev. C. Meyer, Rev. P. J. M'Allister ; Messrs. 
E. Mansfield, J White, A. Egan, J. -Finn, M. J. Ryan, M. Harte, 
J. O'Neill, P. Maguire, D. Hcelan, J. McCarthy, M. Finnegan, 
D. Listen, J. Neville, P. Butler, J. Gallagher. 

The Ursuline Nuns, Thurles, conduct a superior school for young ladies 
and a select day school, under the patronage of His Grace the 
Most Rev. Dr. Harty, Archbishop. Superioress, Mother M. M. 
de Pazzi O'Connell. Community, 74. Boarders, 107. Day Pupils, 
105. Chaplain, Rev. E. O'Donnell. 

Primary Schools There are 195 Primary Schools in'the Diocese. 



1920] 



DIOCESE OF CASHEL. 



>33 



SUMMARY. 



Archbishop 
Parishes 
Parish Priests 
Administrators 
Curates, etc. 
Secular Clergy 



1 

40 
43 

3 

71 

117 



Parochial and District 

Churches . . .85 
Houses of Regular Clergy . 3 
Convents . . .17 

Members in Community . 322 
Monastic Houses . 6 



Catholic Population 
Non- Catholic Population 

Total Population 


1881 


1891 


1901 


1911 


142,215 
5,093 


122,727 

4,584 


111,185 
4,659 


106,000 
3,655 


147,308 


127,311 


115,844 


109,655 



234 CATHOLIC REGISTRY. [1920 



XV. DIOCESE OF ClOYNE. 

Includes a large portion of Co. Cork. 

Bishop Most Rev. ROBERT BROWNE, D.D. Consecrated August 19th, 
1894. Succeeded Most Rev. John M'Carthy, D.D. Address Most 
Rev. Dr. Browne, Lord Bishop of Cloyne, Queenstown. 

DIOCESAN DIGNITARIES AND OFFICERS. 

Vicar-General The Right Rev. Monsignor Keller, P.P., Youghal. 

Vicars-Forane The Venerable Archdeacon Rice, P.P., JMitchelstown ; 
Very Rev. E. B. O'Connell, P.P., Kanturk ; Very Rev. Michael 
Canon Higgins, P.P., Macroom; Very Rev. Denis Canon O'Connor, 
P.P., Midleton; Very Rev. C. W. Corbett, P.P., Mallow. 

Bishop'' s Secretary Rev. William F. Browne, Queenstown. 

Diocesan Inspector of Schools Rev. Daniel Scannell, St. Colman's 
College, Fermoy. 

CHAPTER OF CLOYNE. 

Dean Right Rev. Monsignor Keller, P.P., V.G., Youghal. 
Archdeacon The Venerable William Rice. P.P., V.F., Mitchelstown. 
Chancellor Very Rev. E. B. O'Connell, P.P., V.F., Kanturk. 
Theologian Very Rev. M. Higgins, P.P., V.F., Macroom. 



PREBENDARIES. 

Glanworth Very Rev. C. W. Corbett, P.P., V.F.', Mallow. 
SubulterVery Rev. D. J. O'Callaghan, P.P., Ballyclough. 
LakenVery Rev. David Barry. P.P., Doneraile. 
Ballyliea Very Rev. John Burton, P.P., Donoughmore. 
Cooline Very Rev. Edmund Neville, P.P., Innisoarra. 
Brigown Very Rev. M. Barrett, D.Ph., P.P., Blarney. 
Inniscarra Very Rev. David Burdon, P.P., Buttevant. 
Cahirultan Very Rev. Maurice O'Callagh.aii, P.P., Cloyne. 
Aghulter Very Rev. Denis O'Connor, P.P., V.F., Midleton. 
Kilmaclenine Very Rev. James Moore, P.P., Rathcormac. 
Killenemer Very Rev. Win. Coghlan,' P.P., Milford. 
Cool Very Rev. Peter O'Leary, P.P., Castlelyons. 
Donoughmore Very Rev. Thomas Madigan. P.P., Castletownroche. 

PARISHES IN CLOYNE (47), PARISH PRIESTS AND CURATES. 
Parishes. Parish Priests. Curates. Post Towns. 



Queenstown 



Fermoy 



Bishop's Parish Kent, David, A dm. Queenstown 
Fouhy, Peter 
Kenefick, Laurence 
Browne, Wm. F. 
O'Keeffe, David 

do, O'Donoghue, John, Adm t Fermoy 

Noonan, John 
Fitzgerald, Edmund 
Sheedy, James W, 



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DIOCESE OF CLOYNE. 



235 



Parishes. 


Parish Priests. 


Curates. 


Post Towns. 


Aghada 


Walsh, Michael 


M'Carthy, E. 


Aghada 






Fouhy, John 




Aghabulloge 


M'Auliffe, Patk. 


Fouhy, Michael 


Coachford 






Shinnick, Edw. 




Aghinagh 


O'Keeffe, Joseph Sheehan, Patk. 


Aghinagh 








Co. Cork 


Anakissy 


Smith wick, Laur. 


Rea, Michael 


Mallow 


Ballindangan 


Browne, John 


Casey, John 


Mitchelstown 


Ballyclough 


O'Callaghan, 


Irwin, Edmund 


Ballyclough, Mal- 




Daniel, Canon 




low, Co. Cork 






Shinkwin, Thos. 


Cecilstown 


Ballyhea 


Morton, Edmond 


Mannix,Timothy 


Charleville 


Ballymacbda & 


Lillis, William 


Blake, William 


Lady's Bridge 


Lady's Bridge 




Casey, John 


Ballymacoda 


Ballyvourney 


Twomey, Jerh. 


Shinnick, Joseph 


Macroom 


Blarney 


Barrett, Michael, 


Whelan, Michael 


Blarney 




Canon, D.Ph. 


Sheahan, Philip 


Whitechurch 


Buttevant 


Burdon, David, 


Kelleher, James 


Buttevant 




Canon 


Barry, David 


Buttevant 


Carrigtwohill 


Bowler, Thomas 




Carrigtwohill 


Castlelyons 


O'Leary, Peter, 


Ahern, Michael 


Castlelyons 




Canon 






Castlemagner 


Greene, James 


O'Keeffe, Michael 


Castlemagner, 








Lombardstown 


Castletownroche 


Madigan, Thos. 


Keating, John 


Castletownroche 




Canon 


Daly, Charles 


Ballyhooly 


Charleville 


Madden, Michael Dineen, David. 


Charleville 






D.D. 






Burke, John 




Clondrohid . O'Dwyer, Jerh. 


McCarthy, Danl. 


Macroom 




O 'Kelleher, Tim. 




Clonmeen . Brew, Maurice 


O' Sullivan, Ml. 


Banteer 




Kavanagh, John 




Cloyne . O'Callaghan, 


Foley, Daniel 


Cloyne 


Mce. M. ,CanonMurphy, Cornelius Ballycotton 


Conna . | Murphy, John 


Walsh, William 


Conna, Tallow 




Coghlan, Michl. 


Ballynoe 


Doneraile . j Barry, David 


FitzGibbon, M. 


Doneraile 




Canon 


Roche, Henry J, 




Donoughmore . 


Burton, John, 


Smyth, Nat. 


Donoughmore, 




Canon 




Cork 






Sheahan, Patk. 


Donoughmore, 








Cork 


Freemouiit 


Coghlan, Wm., 


Leonard, James 


Charleville 




Canon 


Ronayne, Maurice Tullilease 



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CATHOLIC REGISTRY. 



[1920 



Parishes. 


Parish Priests. Curates. Post Towns. 


Glanworth 


MacCarthy, Cronin, Patrick Glanworth 




Edmund 


Glountane 


Murphy, Fras. Dawson, Peter Mallow 




Irwin, Michael 


Grenagh 


Murphy, Laur. Carroll, Timothy Blarney 


Imogeela 


Murphy ,PhilipM. Curtin, Michael Castlemartyr 


Inniscarra 


Neville, Edwd., O'Callaghan, JohnBerrings, Innis- 




Canon O'Doherty, John carra 


Kanturk 


O'Connell, E. B., Bowler, Michael Kanturk 




Canon, V.F. Griffin, Edmond 


Kildorrery 


Lynch, Patk. M. Barrett, David Kildorrery 


Killeagh 


Murphy, Edm. Quinlan, Martin Killeagh 


Kilworth 


Morrison, Thos. Frawley, Denis Kilwortn 




Curtin, Barthw. 


Kilnamartyra 


Leahy, P. J. O Mahony, John Macroom 


Liscarroll 


M'Sweeney, Kinnealy, John Churchtown, 




Pierce Cork 




Ellard, Ml. Liscarroll 


Lisgoold 


O'Keeffe, John O'Leary, Daniel Midleton 


Macro om 


Higgins, Michael, Hartnett, John Macroom 




Canon, V.F. Wilson, Thomas 




O'Donnell, John 


Mallow 


Corbett, C. W. Roche, James J. Mallow 




Canon, V.F. Casey, Patrick 




Carey, William 


Midleton 


O'Connor, Denis, Flannery, Fras. Midleton 




Canon, V.F. Dennehy, Denis J. 




Coakley, Daniel 


Mitchelstown 


Rice, William, Ahem, Richard Mitchelstown 




Archdeacon, O'Connell, David 




V.F. Wigmore, Stephen, D.D. 


Mourne Abbey" . 


Gleasure, James Russell, Jer. Mourne Abbey, 




Co. Cork 


Newmarket 


O'Donoghue, Cowhy, James Newmarket 




Timothy 


Rathcormac 


Moore, James, O'Flynn, Cor. L. Rathcormac 




Canon 


Rock and Meelin 


Crowley, Tim, Howard, Michael Newmarket 




O'Brien, John Rockchapel, 




Abbeyfeale 


Shandrum 


Blake,Wm.,B.D. Browne, J. P. Charleville 


Youghal 


Keller, Daniel, Aherne, Michael Youghal 




Right Rev. Roche, Thomas 




Mgr., V.G., O'Keeffe, Barthw., D,D. 




Dean Duane, Daniel 


Fox, Edmund 



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237 



PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS IN THE DIOCESE. 



Workhouses. Chaplains. 

Fermoy, The Parochial Clergy. 
Mi diet on do. 

Mitchelstown do. 

Kanturk do. 

Mallow, Rev. William Carey 
Youghal, Rev. Edmund Fox 
Mac room, Rev. John O'Donnell 



Barracks. Chaplains. 

Queenstown, Rev. David Kent, 

Adm. 
Fermoy, Rev. James W. Sheedy, 

C.C. 

Buttevant, Rev.David Burdon,P.P. 
Kil worth Camp, Rev. Denis 

Frawley, C.C. 



RELIGIOUS ORDERS AND CONGREGATIONS IN THE 
DIOCESE. 

PRESENTATION BROTHERS. 

Presentation Monastery, Queenstown Rev. Brother De Paul Curtin, 
Superior. 

PATRICIAN BROTHERS. 

Patrician Brothers, Mallow Br. Columba J. O'Carroll, Superior. 
MISSIONARIES OF THE SACRED HEART OF JESUS, 
ft' vitiate The Priory, Ballymore, Queenstown. Rev. Louis Gouffe, 
M.S.C., Superior and Master of Novices; Rev. Jeremiah Tierney, 
M.S.C.. Socius. 

CHRISTIAN BROTHERS. 



Mitchelstown 

Youghal 

Charleville 

Fermoy 

Midleton 

Doneraile 



Br. W. E. Fitzpatrick Director 
Br. P. S. Walsh, Director 
Br. J. H. Cullen, Director 
Br. J. A. Crowley, Director 
Br. T. R. Madden, Director 
Br. P. A. Mulhall, Director 



Pupils 
210 
320 
220 
330 
340 
150 



PRESENTATION CONVENTS. 
Presentation Convent, Doneraile Community, .23. Superioress, Sr. 

M. Ita O'Connell. Chaplains, Parochial Clergy. Average attendance 

of pupils, 220. 

St. Joseph's Presentation Convent, Fermoy Community, 33. 
. Superioress, Mrs. Mary Brendan O'Callaghan. Number of pupils, 469. 

Chaplains, Parochial Clergy. Public Laundry attached, also 

Cookery School for the children. 
Presentation Convent, Midleton, Co. Cork Founded 1834. Superioress, 

Mrs. M. Evangelist Golden. Chaplain, Rev. Daniel Coakley. 

Community, 39. Average attendance of pupils, 367. Attendance at 

Secondary School, 80. 
Presentation Convent, Youghal Community, 33. Superioress, Sr- 

M. Paul Ryan. Chaplain, Rev. Daniel Duane. Average 

attendance of pupils, 420. Attached to the Convent is an Industrial 

Department, where Crochet and the famous Youghal Point Laca 

are made. 
Presentation Convent, Mitclielstown Community, 28. Superioress, 

Sister M. De Sales Coghlan. Chaplains, Parochial Clergy. Average 

attendance, 339. 



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CONVENTS OF THE SISTERS OF MERCY. 

Sacred Heart Diocesan Novitiate, Bella Vista, Queenstown Diocesan 
Superioress, Mother M. Magdalen Rigney. 

Convent Of the Sisters Of Mercy, Queenstown Community, 38. Supe- 
ri or ess, M.Augustine Murphy. Chaplains, Parochial Clergy. Average 
daily attendance in National Schools, 680 ; Secondary Day School, 
100; Rushbrooke National School, 110. 

Convent Of the Sisters Of Mercy, Mallow Community, 32. Superioress, 

Mrs. M. Joseph Lyons. Chaplains, Parochial Clergy. Pupils, 400. 

The Sisters have an Industrial School, certified in 1880, for 60 
children. 

Convent Of the Sisters Of Mercy, Charleville Community, 39. Supe- 
rioress, Mother M. Camillus Dennehy. Chaplains, Parochial Clergy. 
Average attendance of pupils at National School, about 300. 
Secondary School, 115 pupils. The Nuns have also charge of the 
Workhouse Hospital, Kilmallock (6 Nuns in charge), and of the 
Workhouse Hospital, Midleton (5 Nuns in charge). 

Convent Of the Sisters Of Mercy, Macroom Community, 28. Supe- 
rioress, Mrs. M. Ethna Wickham. Chaplains, Parochial Clergy. 
Average attendance in National Schools, 280. The Sisters have a 
Secondary School with 40 pupils, and charge of the Workhouse ; 
also a large Technical School, where dressmaking, cooking, and 
commercial subjects are taught. 

Convent Of the Sisters Of Mercy, Kanturk Community, 19. Superioress, 
M. Gonzaga Watson. Chaplains, Parochial Clergy. National School, 
370. Secondary School, 48. 

Convent Of the Sisters Of Mercy, Buttevant Community, 16. Supe- 
rioress, Mother M. Raphael Reeves. National School, 150. Secon- 
dary School, 60. Chaplains, Parochial Clergy. 

LORETO CONVENTS. 

LoretO Convent, Fermoy Community, 50. Superioress, M. Austin 
Burke. Chaplains, Clergymen of St. Colman's. Pupils, 100. 

St. Anne'S LoretO Convent, Clifton, Youghal Community, . Supe- 
rioress, M. Dominic O'Brien. Chaplain, Rev. D. Duane. Day 
School. In this Convent Ladies of respectability are received as 
parlour boarders. Day pupils, 71. 

CONVENT OF THE SISTERS OF CHARITY. 

Convent Of the Sisters Of Charity, Blarney /SwpeHoress, Mother Philip 
Cummins. Chaplain, Rev. Michael Whelan, C.C. 

INSTITUTE OF THE POOR SERVANTS OF THE MOTHER OF GOD. 

Institute of the Poor Servants of the Mother of God, St. Aloysius Convent, 
Carrigtwohill. National School for girls. Boarding and Day 
School and Visitation of the Poor. 



1920] DIOCESE OF CLOYNE. 239 

St. Raphael's Home for Harmless Lunatics and Imbeciles, Youghal 
Under the charge of Nuns of the Institute of the Poor Servants of 
the Mother of God. Chaplain, Rev. Bartholomew O'Keeffe, D.D. 
Sisters of same Order have also charge of the Youghal Workhouse 
Hospital. 

Convent of the Maternal Heart, Monument Hill A Community of 
Nursing Sisters of the " Little Company of Mary " has been estab- 
lished at Fermoy, for district work among the poor, and private 
nursing. The Sisters have also charge of the Fermoy Workhouse 
Hospital. 

Convent Of " Bons Secours " Sisters, Queenstown For nursing the 
Sick Poor in their homes. Superioress, Mother M. Pacome. 



EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS IN THE DIOCESE. 

St. Col man's CoMege, Fermoy Under the immediate patronage of the 
Most Rev. Robert Browne, D.D., Lord Bishop of Cloyne. President, 
Very Rev. Thomas Tobin. Dean, Rev. Jeremiah Pigott, B.A. ; 
Professors, Rev. James Cotter ; Rev. James Wilson, B.A., B.D. ; 
Rev. St. John Thornhill, B.A. ; Messrs. Edward Fitzgerald, B.A. ; 
Timothy Bresnan, M.A. ; Cormac O'Kiely, M.A.; James M'Namara, 
B.A. ; John Gr. Holland, B.Sc., B.E. Visiting Professors, Joseph 
Higgins, Esq. (Art Master) ; Maurice P. Mannix, Esq. (Drawing 
and Elocution); Eugene O'Mahpny (Organist and Choirmaster). 
Medical Attendant, T. P. Mngnier, M.D. 

Presentation Brothers' College, Mount St. Joseph, Queenstown Patron, 
Most Rev. Dr. Browne, Lord Bishop of Cloyne ; Superior, Rev. 
Bro: de Paul Curtin. Classes for Civil Service, Commercial and 
Intermediate Examinations. 

Brothers Of St. Patrick, Mallow Secondary School, under the Patronage 
of his Lordship Most Rev. Dr. Browne. 

Primary Schools. There are Christian Brothers' Schools in Mitchels; 
town, Youghal, Charleville, Fermoy, Midleton, and Doneraile. 
There are 235 Primary Schools, of which 14 are Convent Schools, 
and 6 Christian Brothers' establishments 1 of the Patrician 
Brothers, Mallow, and 1 of the Presentation Brothers in Queens- 
town, and 8 are Private Schools. 

CHARITABLE INSTITUTIONS IN THE DIOCESE. 

Orphanages at Queenstown and Mallow. 
Industrial Schools at Queenstown and Mallow. 
St Raphael's Home at Youghal. 

Societies Of St. Vincent fe Paul at Doneraile, Fermoy, Mallow, Midleton, 
Mitchelstown, Queenstown, Youghal, 



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[1920 



SUMMARY. 



Bishop . . 1 

Parish Priests . . 44 

Administrators . . 3 
Curates . .78 

Chaplains . . 7 
Priests (St. Colman's College, 

Fermoy) . . 5 

Diocesan Religious Inspectors 1 

Total Secular Clergy . . 138 



Parishes . . .47 

Parochial and District 

Churches . . .103 
Convents . . .19 

Members in Community . 410 
Christian Brothers' Schools 6 

Presentation Brothers' 

Schools . ^ . 1 

Patrician Brothers' Schools 1 





1881 


1891 


1901 


1911 


Catholic Population 
Non-Catholic Population . 


169,835 
10,949 


147,381 
10,407 


132,518 
9,386 


128,488 
9,426 


Total Population 


180,784 


157,788 


141,904 


137,914 



1920] DIOCESE OF CORK. 241 



XVI. DIOCESE OF CORK. 

Includes Cork City and portion of Co. Cork. 

Bishop Most Rev. D. COHALAN, D.D., Consecrated Titular Bishop 
of Vaga and Auxiliary Bishop of Cork, June 7th, 1914. Succeeded 
Most Rev. Dr. O'Callaghan as Bishop of Cork, August 29th, 1910, 
Address, Cork. 

DIOCESAN CURIA. 

Vicar-General Very Rev. Michael Shinkwin, Dean, P.P. 
Official Very Rev. Patrick Canon Sexton, D.D.. President, St. Fin- 
barr's, Farranferris- 

ChancellorRev. Patrick Cahalane, M.A., S.T.L. 

Notary ^QV. Thomas Duggan, B.A., S.T.L. 

Parish Priest Consultors Very Revs. Richard Canon M'Carthy, 

P.P., V.F., Kinsale; Jeremiah Canon Cohalan, P.P., V.F., Bandon ; 

Martin Canon Murphy, P.P., V.F., Bantry; Patrick Canon Tracy. 

P.P., Kilmurry; Thomas J. Canon Magner, P.P, Dunmanway. 

Synodal Judges and Examiners The Consultors, and Very Revs. 
Patrick Canon Sexton and Michael Canon 0' Sullivan, Adm. 

CHAPTER OF CORK. 

Dean Very Rev. Michael- Shinkwin, P.P., V.G. 
Archdeacon Very Rev. J. Fleming, P.P. 
Precentor Very Rev. P. Soxton, D.D. 
Chancellor Very Rev. Richard M'Carthy, P.P., V.F. 
Treasurer Very Rev. Jeremiah Cohalan, P.P., V.F. 

PREBENDARIES. 



Kilbrogan Very Rev. Thomas 
Canon Shinkwin, P.P.,Glanmire. 

Oahirlog Very Rev. P. O'Leary, 
P.P., Ss. Peter and Paul's. 

St. Michael -Very Rev. P. Canon 
O'Connell, P.P , Ovens. 



Drimoleague Very Rev. Michael 
O'Sullivan, Adm., Cathedral. 

Kilanully Very Rev. P. A. Roche, 
P.P., Batlincollig. 

Kilbrittain Very Rev. J. 
O'Mahony, P.P.. Blackrock. 



Lisclery Very Rev. T. Canon j Holy Trinity Very Rev. M. 



O'Leary. P.P., Glounthaune. 
Deserttnore Very Rev. J. Canon 

Fahy, P.P., Monkstown. 
Kttaspugmulane V. Rev. T. Canon 

Barrett, P.P., Passage West. 



Murphy, P.P., Bantry. 
Kilnoglory Very Rev. Thomas J. 

Magner, P.P., Dunmanway. 
Inislcenny Very Rev. P. Canon 

Tracy, P.P., Kilmurry. 



Vicars- Forane Very Revs. Richard Canon M'Carthy, P.P., Kinsale, 
Jeremiah Canon Cohalan, P.P., Bandon ; Martin Canon Murphy, 
P.P., Bantry. 

Diocesan Trustees (for Church Property and Char'ties) The Most Rev. 
D. Cohalan, D.D. ; The Very Rev. M. Deaii. Siiiukwin, V.G., P.P. 



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[1920 



PARISHES IN CORK (35), PARISH PRIESTS AND CURATES. 
CITY PARISHES (5). 

Curates. Post Towns. 

O ' Sullivan, Ml . , Cork 

Canon, Adm. 
Burts, Robert J. 
O' Sullivan, Ricbd. J. 
Ahorn, John J. 
O'Shea, Daniel. 
O'Brien. William, 

Sacristan 
Murphy, John F., 

B.A', B.D., Adm. 
O'Leary, Tim., B.D. 
M'Sweeney, Pk. C. 
Nunan, Timothy J. 
O 'Regan, Jerh." Cork 
Tierney, Thomas 
Sexton, J. 
Murray. Thomas 
McCarthy, F., Sacristan 



Parishes. 

St. Mary's 


Parish Priests. 

Bishop's Parish 


St. Finbarr's 


it 


St. Patrick's 


Shinkwin, Ml., 
Bt. Rev. Mgr., 
V.Q., Dean 


^* 

Ss. Peter & Paul 


O'Leary, Patk. 
Canon 


St. Finbarr's 
(West) 
Ballinhassig 
Ballincollig and 
Ballinora 
Bandon 


Fleming, James 
Archdeacon 
Cassidy, John 
Roche, P. A., 
Canon 
Cohalan, Jerh., 
Canon, V.F. 


Bantry 


Murphy, Martin, 
Canon, V.F. 


Blackrock 


O'Mahony, J,, 

Canon 


Caheragh 


O'Donovan, P. 


Carrigaline 


O'Flynn, Denis 


Clountead 
Courcey's Coun. 


Roche, J. 
Murphy, W. 


Douglas 
Drimoleague 


M'Cullagh, Win., 
Coakley, John 


Dunmanway 


Magner, T. J. } 
Canon 



Kiely, Michael 

M'Swiney, M. 

Fehily. J. 

CullLiano, T, 

O'Toole, P. Cork 

O'Flynn, IE d ward 

Callanan, Lee. Ballinhassig 

O'Donovan,Danl. Ballincollig 

Scanlan, Denis Bandon 
M'Swiney, John 
Murphy, P., B.A., Chaplain 
Hurley, J. V. Bantry 

O'Leary, Michael 
O'Mahony J.,B.A. Koalkil 
Coakley, C. Blackrock, Cork 

R. Barrett, B.A., locum tencns 
Cohalan, Jer. Chaplain. Blackrock 
Crowley, J., B.A., S.T.L , Caheragh, 
Drimoleague 
Crosshaven 

Murphy, Michael Carrigaline 
M'Carthy, C. J. Kinsale 
O 'Sullivan, Jer. l;allinspittal,Kinsale 

Gould, John Douglas, Cork 

O'Keeffe,T.,B.A. Drinagh [Dunman- 
Coakley, J., B.A. Drimoleague, way 
Sheehan, William Dunmanway 
Carmody, Ml. 
Roche, Ml., T&.A., Chaplain 



1920] 



Parishes. 

Enniskean and 



Glanmire 
Glounthaune 

Innishannon 
Iveleary 

Kilbrittain 
Kilmichael 
Kilmurry 

Kinsale 



Monkstown 



Murragh 



Muintervara 

Passage West 

Schul), West 
Schull, East 

Tracton Abbey 
Watergrasshill 



DIOCESE OF CORK. 

Parish Priests. Curates. 

O'Connell, Patk. O'Regan, Wm. 

(St. Mary's, O'Mahony, Flor. 

Enniskean) 
Shinkwin, Thos., Stack, David 



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Post Towns. 

Enniskean 
Desertserges, 

Enniskean 
Glanmire 



Canon 
O'Leary, T., 

Canon 

Desmond, P. A. 
O'Leary, J. 



O'Mahony, Denis Carrignavar 
M'Carthy, Tim. Glounthaune 



Crowley, J. J. Upton. Co. Cork 
O'Leary, Patk. Inchigeela 
O'Donoghue,D.,B.A. Ballingeary 
O'Leary, John M'Kenna, Ber. Kilbrittain 
Long, William Gould, Charlss Macroom 
Tracy, Patrick, , Cotter, M., Crookstown 

Canon. Murphy, Timothy 

M'Carthy, Richd. Cummins, Daniel Kinsale 
Canon, V.F. Fitzgerald, Edw. 

Barry, J., B.A., Chaplain 

Fahy, John, Monkstown 

Canon Murphy, Tim. 

Callanan, J. 



Denis, Bernard 



Ahern, Jeremiah 



Desmond, W. O'Neill, Hugh 
O'Connell, Patk., 

Canon Richardson, Jas. 

Barrett, Thos., O'Donovan, P. 

Canon 

O' Sullivan, T. 
O'Leary, P. 



Ringas kiddy 
Spike Island 
Newcestown, 

Eiiniskeane 
Mt. Pleasant, 

Bandon 

Durrus, Bantry 
Ovens 
Farran 
Passage West 



Aherne, D., B.A. 
Coveney,P.,,4dM.M'Carthy, John 



Russell, John 



Coakley, J., B.A. Goleen, Skibber'n 
Cronin, Richard Ballydehob 

Schull 

Minane Bridge, 
Carrigaline 



Cantillon, John 



Watergrasshill 
Glenville 



Army Chaplains : Rev. Charles O'Connor and Rev. J. Hegarty. 

Rev. S. McGuckin, Diocesan Inspector of Schools. 

Rev. E. McDonald, Britfieldstown. 

PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS IN THE DIOCESE. 



Workhouses. Chaplains. 

Cork Revs. Thomas O'Toole, I 

Patrick Daly. 

Kinsale Rev. J. Barry, B.A. 
Bantry Rev. M. Lynch, B.A. 

Prisons. Chaplains 

City and County Male Gaol Rev. 

Edward Fitzgerald. 
City and County Female Gaol 

Rev. Patk. Canon Sexton, D.D. 

Military Prison Rev. John 

O'Mahony, B.A. 
Clifton Oratory Rev. P. M'Swiney, 

M.A. 



Lunatic Asylum. Chaplain. 

Cork Rev. J. O'Leary and Rev. 

James C. O'Fiynn. 

Barracks. Chaplain. 

Cork Rev. T. Murray. 

Hospitals. Chaplains. 

Mercy Hospital Parish Clergy 
Fever Revs. T. O'Connor and 

W. O'Brien. 
Nth. Infirmary Rev. J. O'Mahony 

B.A. 
South Infirmary Rev. Jas. Taylor 



244 CATHOLIC REGISTRY. [1920 

RELIGIOUS ORDERS and CONGREGATIONS IN DIOCESE, 

AUGUSTINIANS. 

St. Augustine's, Great George's Street, Cork Very Rev. J. Roche, 
Prior ; Very Rev. F. A. Denipsey, Sub-Prior ; Very Rev. M. 
M'Grath, D.D., Rev. R. A. O'Gorman ; Rev. J. A. Knowles, 
Sacristan. 

FRANCISCAN-CAPUCHINS. 

Capuchin Community, Church of the Most Holy Trinity, Cork Very 
Rev. Fr. Martin, ex-Prov., Guardian ; Rev. Fr. Fiacre, Definitor and 
Vicar ; Rev. Fr. Thomas, Ex-Prov , Rev. Fr. Fidelis ; ' Rev. Fr. 
Angelus, Prov. Sec. ; Rev. Fr. Leonard, Rev. Fr. Clement, Rev. 
Fr. Bernardine, Rev. Fr. Finbarr, Rev. Fr. Berchmans, President 
Father Matthew Hall ; Rev. Fr. Pius, Rev. Fr. Dominic. 
Capuchin University Hostel, St. Bonaventure's, Cork Very Rev. Fr. 
Edwin, D.Ph., Provincial; Professor U.C.C., Superior; Rev. Fr. 
Cyril, D.Ph., President, Lecturer U.C.C. ; Rev. Fr. Kiernan, M.A., 
and university Students. 

Franciscan-Capuchin Monastery, Rochestown, Co. Cork Very Rev. 
Fr. W. Colman, Guardian ; Very Rev Sylvester, Definitor Vicar ; 
Very Rev. Fr. Francis. Rev. Fr. Bonaventure, Rector; Rev. Fr. 
Ignatius, Rev. Fr. Raymond, Rov. Fr. Thaddeus, Rev. Fr. Eugene.. 
Rev. Fr. Bernard, Rev. Fr. Leo, Rev. Fr. Gabriel, Rev. Fr. Stephen, 
Rsv. Fr. Vincent, Rev. Fr. Ambrose, Rev. Fr. Aidan, Rev. Fr. Urban. 

DOMINICANS. 

Dominicans, St. Mary's, Pope's Quay, Cork Prior, Very Rev. Gabriel 
M. O'Farrell, Rev. T. A. Quinn, S.T.M., Rev. Stephen Glendon, 
Rev. Thomas Breen, Rev. A. J. Dalton, S.T.L. ; Rev. M. A. Keane, 
D.D. ; Rev. D. Geelan. 

FRANCISCANS. 

Franciscans, Liberty Street, Cork Very Rev. Fr. Leo Sheehan, 
Guardian ; Frs. Joseph Wogan, Matthew Haran, Francis Donnelly, 
Peter Sheehan. Brother Gerard. 

CARMELITES. 

Carmelites, Mount Carmel, Kinsale Prior, Very Rev. R, J Colfer, 
Rev. P. A. Maher, Master of 'Novices ; Rev. G. Clery. 

CONGREGATION OF THE MISSION. 

Congregation Of the Mission, St. Vincent's, Cork Superior. Very Rev. 
Robert Jones, Very Rev. Antony Boyle, Revs. Edward Gaynor, 
James M'Donnell, John Boyle, Daniel McCarthy, John Kelly. 
William O' Sullivan, Patrick Kilty, John Gilmartin, R. Rossiter, 
Daniel Walsh. 

ORDER OF CHARITY. 

Order Of Charity, St. Patrick's' Catholic School, Upton, Co. Cork- 
Very Rev. John. Harrington, Rector ; Rev. Frederick O'Connor,- 
Chaplain. 200 boys. 

SOCIETY FOR AFRICAN MISSIONS. 

Society for African Missions, St. Joseph's Seminary, Blackrock Rd., 
Cork Provincial, Very Rev. Wm. Butler, S.M.A. ; Superior, Very 
Rev. J. M'Gcttigan, S.M.A. ; Provincial Procurator, Very Rev. P. 
Moylan, S.M.A. ; Professors, Rev. M. McCaffrey, S.M.A. ; Rev. 
Francis O'Rourke, S.M.A.; Rev. P. Harrington, S.M.A. Students, 40. 
Very Rev. Michael Collins, Rev. Stephen Kyne. Rev. John Pren- 
dergast, Rev, Claude M. Taylor, Bursar, 



1920] DIOCESE OF CORK. 245 

St. Joseph's Apostolic College, Wilton, Cork Superior, Very Rev. M. 
Rowan, S.M.A. ; Director, Rev. P. J. Harmon ; Bursar, Rev. N. 
Heffernan, S.M.A. Professors, Rev. Joseph Butler, Rev. Henry 
Baker, Rev. W. Porter, Rev. James McDonnell. Students, 36. 

SACRED HEART MISSIONARIES. 

Sacred Heart College, Cork Rev. Ml. Tierney, M.S.C., Superior ; Rev. 
Charles Gouffe. M.S.C. ; Rev. P. FitzGibbon, M.S.C. : Rev J Fitz- 
gibbon, M.S.C.' 

CHRISTIAN BROTHERS. 

Christian Brothers, Cork Superior, Brother J. A. Walker ; Chaplain, 
Rev. Fr. Deasy. Pupils, 2,020. College, Br. P. J. Noonan. 
pupils, 320. 

De La Salle Brothers, Dunmanway Superior, Br. Macartin. 

PRESENTATION MONASTERIES. 

Presentation Monastery, Mount St. Joseph, Cork Superior-General, 
Rev. Brother T. A. Rahilly ; Assistants, Rev. Bros. E. J. Connolly, 
E. P. Curtin, C. B. O'Donoghue, and J. B. Murphy; Master of Novices, 
Rev. Br. D. O'Sullivan. Chaplain, Rev. Francis O'Connor. 
Community, 60. 

Presentation Brothers' College, Mardyke, Cork Principal, Rev. 
Brother E. J. Connolly. Pupils, 300. 

Presentation Monastery, St. Mary's Mount, Kinsale Superior, Rev- 
Bro. J. J. O'Sullivan. Pupils, 350. 

South Monastery, Douglas Street Superior, Rev. Brother T. Justin 
Cahill. Pupils in Douglas Street and Great George's Street 
Schools, 1,300. 

Green mount Industrial School, conducted by the Presentation Brothers 
Superior, Rev. Br. Bonaventuro O'Donoghue Chaplain, Rev, 
P. Cahalane, M.A., S.T.L., B.C.L. Community, 8. Pupils, 220. 

St. Patrick's Orphanage, Greenmount Superior, Rev. Brother 
B. Murphy. Community, 6. Orphans. 40. 

PRESENTATION CONVENTS. 

Presentation Convent, North, Gerald Griffin Street, Cork Superioress, 
Mother Margaret Mary Cashman, Chaplain, Rev. Richard Barrett. 
Religious, 37. South, Cork Superioress, Mother Margaret Mary 
Stokes. Chaplain, Rev. James M'Guckin, B.A. Religious, 38. 

Bandon Superioress, Mother M. Michael Buggy. Chaplain, Rev. 
Patrick Murphy, B.A. Religious, 30. 

Presentation Convent, Crosshaven (St. Joseph's) Superioress. Mother 
M. Agnes Daly. Chaplain, Rev. T. Houlihan. Religious, 23 

CONVENTS OF THE SISTERS OF MERCY. 

Convent Of the Sisters Of Mercy, Kinsale Superioress, Mother M. 
Patrick Galvin. Religious, 60. Chaplains, Parochial Clergy. 450 
children attend the National School, to which is attached an Indus- 
trial Department, affording training and employment to about 120 
girls, as well as providing work for manv women in the neighbour- 
hood. Attached to this is a Studio, which has produced several 
successful designers. There is also a certified Industrial School for 
120 children, under the care of the Sisters, and they have charge of 
the Workhouse Hospital, of which Rev. James Barry is Chaplain. 

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246 CATHOLIC REGISTRY. [1920 

Convent Of the Sisters Of Mercy, Bantry Superioress, Mother M. Patricia 

Desmond. Chaplain, Rev. M. Lynch, B.A. -Religious, 44. 
Convent Of Mercy, Schull Superioress, Mother M. Patricia Desmond. 

Chaplain, Local Clergy. Religious, 7. 
Convent Of the Sisters Of Mercy, Passage Superioress, Mother Mary 

Patricia Murphy. Religious, 25. 
Convent Of the Sisters Of Mercy, Cork Superioress, Mother M. Teresa 

Joseph O'Connell. Chaplain, Rev. J. Walsh. Religious, 103 
St. Patrick's Female Orphanage; House of Mercy for destitute young 

women of good character. High School for Girls, and Kindergarten. 

St. Joseph's National School. 

SISTERS OF CHARITY. 
Sisters Of Charity, St. Vincent's Convent, Peacock Lane, Cork Redress, 

Mother M. Le ia Butler. Chaplains, Vincentian Fathers. Asylum 

for 104 penitents. Sick Mission. 1,000 children. Religious, 33. 

Night School for neglected and backward girls, and Club for factory 

and other girls. Intermediate School. 
Sisters of Charity, St. Patrick's Hospital for Incurables, founded 1870, 

Wellington Road, Cork. Redress, Sister M. Agatha MacDonald. 

Chaplain, Rev. Francis M'Carthy. Religious, 22. 

SISTERS OF MARIE REPARATRICE. 
Sisters Of Marie Reparatrice, Summerhill, South Superioress, Mother 

Mary of St. Rumold Hickson. Chaplain, Rev. Christopher Murphy. 

Religious, 27. Ladies are received for the purpose of making private 

retreats. Altar breads and Church linen supplied. 

URSULINE CONVENTS. 
Ursuline Convent, Blackrock Superioress, Mother M, Peter 

Flannery. Chaplain, Rev. J. Cohalan. Religious, 54. 
Ursuline College and High School, St. Angela's College, St. Patrick's 

Hill Sitter Superior, Sister M. Ambrose Aherne, 9 nuns. Estab- 
lished 1887 ; under the care of the same Community. Chaplain, 

Rev. James O'Brien. Very successful at Public Examinations. 

SISTERS OF THE GOOD SHEPHERD. 
Sisters Of the Good Shepherd, Sunday's Well, Cork Prioress, Mother 

M. of St. . Magdalen. Chaplain, Rev. James O'Callaghan. 

Religious, 49. 
Sisters Of the Good Shepherd, Clifton, Montenotte Superioress, Sister 

M. of St. Magdalen (Devereux). Sisters, 6. Chaplain, Rev. P. 

McSwiiiey. 

SISTERS OF CHARITY OF ST. VINCENT DE PAUL. 
Sisters Of Charity, St. Mary's, Dunmanway, Cork Superioress, Sister 

Louise Plurikett. Chaplain, Rev. Michael Roche, B.A. Limited 

number of girls received for a course of Domestic Economy, House- 
wifery, Hygiene, Cookery, Laundry, Dressmaking. 22 per annum. 

Dairying, Poultry, Gardening. Religious, 9. French and Music extra, 
Sisters Of St. Vincent Of Paul, North Infirmary, Cork, to which is 

attached a Training School for Catholic Nurses ; under the patronage 

of the Bishop of Cork. Superioress, Sister Angela Mullaly ; Sister 

Patrick Murphy, Superintendent of Nurses. Chaplain, Rev., John 

O'Mahony, B.A. Religious, 14. 
Nursing School Superioress, Sister Angela Mullally. Superintendent 

of Nurses, Sister Patrick Murphy. 
Colletins Convent, College Road. Chaplain. Rev. John O'Connell, 



1920] DIOCESE OF CORK. 247 

CONVENT OF BON SECOURS. 
Convent Of Bon Secours, Our Lady's Hill, Western Road, Cork 

Superioress, Mother M. Basil. The Religious attend the sick of all 

denominations in town and country. Number in Community, 24. 

Chaplain, Rev. Daniel V. Murphy. B.A., S.T.L. 
Bon Secours Home, College Road Novitiate for .Ireland, Nursing 

Home. Superioress, M. Sulpice. 

LITTLE SISTERS OF THE POOR. 
Little Sisters Of the Poor, St. Mary's House, Montenotte Home for 

the Aged. Superioress, Sister Marie Modeste. Chaplain, Rev. 

William X. M'Carthy. Community, 30. Inmates; 240, 

LITTLE SISTERS OF THE ASSUMPTION. 

Little Sisters Of the Assumption Nursing Sisters of the Poor, Assump- 
tion Road, Cork They devote themselves, exclusively and gratui- 
tously, to nursing the sick poor in their own homes. They also give 
religious instruction to adults. Chaplains, Priests of St. Finbarr's 
Seminary. Community, 12. 

CONGREGATION OF OUR LADY OF THE APOSTLES. 

Sisters for African Mission, Ardfoyle, Ballintemple, Cork The object 
of this Convent is to receive young ladies who wish to devote 
their life and work on the Missions in Africa. Superioress, Sister 
M. Cassien. 

FRANCISCAN MISSIONARY SISTERS. 

St. Finbarr's College, Farranferris, Cork Superioress, Sister M. de 
Sales. 5 nuns. 

Societies Of St. Vincent de Paul at Cork. Bandon, Bantry. 

Seven Conferences of Society of St. Vincent De Paul and Secretariat 
for the Poor, Distribution of Catholic Literature. Prisoners' Aid 
Work, Workmen's Rest, -and Clothing Society, 

EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS IN THE DIOCESE. 

St. Finbarr's College, Farranferris, Cork President, Rev. Patrick 
Canon Sexton, D.D. V.G., Professors, Rev. J. Scannell, D.D., 
D.Ph., M.A. (Dean); Rev. Patk. M'Sweeney. M.A. B.D. ; Rev. John 
O'Kennedy ; Rev. Denis Murphy, S.T.L., B.A. ; Rev. Denis Deasy ; 
Rev. Patrick Henchy, B.D., B.A. ; Rev. James O'Brien ; Rev. 
Edward Fitzgerald: Rev. J. C. O'Flynn; J. Keating, Esq., B.A. ; 
R. Linehan, Esq., B.A.. Drill, T. O' Sullivan, Esq. 

Christian Brothers' College, St. Patrick's Place, Cork Superior, Rev. 
Brother J. P. Noonan. Students, 320. Classes for Intermediate, 
National University, and Civil Service Examinations. Special 
Department for Commercial Students. 

Presentation Brothers' College, Mardyke, Cork Principal, Rev. Br. E. 
J. Connolly. Students in attendance, 300. Classes formed for (a) 
the Intermediate Examinations, all grades ; (6) the Arts Examina- 
tions of the Royal University of Ireland, including the B.A. Degree 
(Pass and Honour Courses), M.A. and LL.D. ; (c) the Army and Staff 
College Examinations, the higher grades of the Civil Service, as well 
as the popular branches ; (d) the Commercial Course, comprising all 
the needful requirements, thoroughly taught ; (e) the Jun 7 ' orate, 
which is a distinct department with a separate staff. 



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Presentation Brothers, Kinsale Superior, Rev. Br. J. J. O'Sullivan, 
Students, 350. 

Capuchin- Franciscan College is primarily intended for the education 
of young aspirants to the Priesthood in the Franciscan-Capuchin 
Order in Ireland. The Students are prepared for the Intermediate 
Examinations, and for the Arts Degree of the National University of 
Ireland. Rector, Very Rev. Fr. Bonaventure, O.S.F.C. ; Vice-Rector, 
Rev. Fr.Thaddeus, O.S.F.C., B.A. ; Dean, Rev. Fr. Eugene, O.S.F.C., 
M.A. ; Br. Bonaventure, Br. Paul. 

The UrSUiine Convent, Blackrock University and Intermediate 
Classes. Music Royal Academy, and Trinity College, London. 
Dressmaking, Housekeeping, Cookery, etc. Superioress, Mother 
Peter Flannery. 

Primary Schools. The Christian Brothers have three largest sets of 
schools in Cork ; attended by 2,000 pupils. The Brothers of the 
Presentation conduct large and very efficient schools in Douglas 
Street, Greenmount, and Lancaster Quay, with 2,000 pupils on their 
roll. The Presentation Convents, the Sisters of Mercy, Sisters of 
Charity, and the Ursuline Order, Blackrock, conduct very large poor 
schools, numerously attended and efficiently worked. 

Industrial School for little boys, Passage West, under care of the Sisters 
of Mercy, St. Joseph's Convent. Sister Mary P. Murphy, Superioress. 

Danesfprt Industrial School, Upton, Co. Cork Rector, Rev. John 
Harrington, O.C. ; Rev. F. Connor. 

University College, Cork Dean of Residence, Rev. Daniel Cohalan, 
D.D., Ph.D., J.U.D. Professor of Scholastic Philosophy, Rev. Fr. 
Edwin, O.S.F.C., D.Ph. Professor of Celtic, T. O'Donoghue, Esq. 
Professor of Archc&ology, Rev. P. Power. 

LICENSED HOSTELS or UNIVERSITY COLLEGE. 

1. St. Finbarr's College, Farranferris, Cork Dean of Residence, Rev. 
Patrick Canon Sexton, D.D. 

2. Honan Hostel. Chaplain, Rev. D. Cohalan, D.D., Ph.D., J.U.D. 

3. Ursuline Convent, Blackrock. 



SUMMARY. 



Bishop 

Parishes 

Parish Priests . 

Administrators . 

Curates and Chaplains 

Regular Clergy . 

Churches 

Houses of Regulars . 

Convents of Nuns 



1 

35 
32 

3 

86 
74 
70 
12 
25 



Monasteries 

Christian Brothers' Schools 
French Institute 
Presentation Brothers' Schools 
Presentation Nuns' Schools 
Sisters of Mercy Schools 
Sisters of Charity School 
French Community . 



Catholic Population 
Non-Catholic Population 

Total Population 


1881 


1891 


1901 


1911 


200,355 
29,021 


178,972 
26,621 


171,575 
25,183 


169,335 
22,978 


229,376 


205,593 


196,758 


192,313 



1920] DIOCESE OF KERRY. 249 

XVII. DIOCESE OF KERRY (Ardfert and Aghadoe). 

Includes Kerry and part of County Cork. 

Bishop Most Rev. CHARLES O'SULLIVAN, D.D. Consecrated 27th 
January, 1918. Succeeded Most Rev. John Mangan. Address The 
Palace, Killarney. 

DIOCESAN DIGNITARIES AND OFFICERS. 

Vicars-General Right Rev. Monsignor Carmody, Rathmore ; Very 
Rev. David O'Leary, P.P., Tralee ; Venerable P. J. Marshall, P.P., 
Kenmare. 

Dean of Kerry Very Rev. David O'Leary, P.P., V.G., Tralee. 

Archdeacon of Aghadoe Venerable P. J. Marshall, P.P., V.G., Kenmare. 

Archdeacon of Ardfert Venerable John Casey, P.P., V.F., Castle- 
Mand. 

Ofliiialis Very Rev. David O'Leary, P.P., V.G., Tralee. 

Chancellor Very Rev. John Bre3n, S.T.L., President, St. Brendan's 
Seminary, Killarney. 

Vice-Chancellor R3V. D. J O'Herlihy, St. Brendan's Seminary, 
Killarney. 

Promoter Justitice ani Defenaor Vinculi Very Rev. P. Canon O'Leary, 
D.D., P.P., V.F., Millstreet. 

Parish Priest Consultors Very Rev. D. J. Canon O'Riordan, P.P., 
V.F., Boherbuo ; Very Rev. P. Canon Hayes, P.P.. V.F., Castletown- 
bere ; Very Rev. P. Canon Browne, P.P., V.F., Cahirciveen ; Rev. 
James Carmody, P.P., Rathmore ; Rev. Patrick White, P.P., Drjm- 
tariffe; Rev. Jeremiah Brick, P.P., Kilcummin. 

Synodal Examiners Very Rev. David O'Leary, P.P., V.G., Dean of 
Kerry, Tralee ; Venerable Archdeacon Patrick Marshall, P.P., V.G., 
Kenmare; Venerable Archdeacon John Casey, P.P., V.F., Castle- 
island; Very Rev. Patrick Canon O'Leary, D.D., P.P., V.F., Mill- 
street; Very Rev. Denis Canon O'Connor, P.P., V.F., Listowel; 
Rev. Timothy Griffin, P.P., Ballyferriter 

Synodal Judges Very Rev. David O'Leaay, P.P., V.G., Tralee ; 
Venerable Archdeacon Patrick Marsh-ill. "P.P., V.G., Kenmare, 
Venerable Archdeacon John Casey, P.P., V.F., Castleisland. 

Vicars-Forane Very Rev. D. J. Canon O'Riordan, P.P., Boherbue ; 
Very Rev. J. Canon M'Donnell, P.P., Dingle; Very Rev. Canon 
O'Leary, D.D., P.P., Millstreet ; Very R?v. P. Canon Hayes, P.P., 
Castletownbere ; Very Rev. P. Canon Brown, P.P., Caherciveen ; 
Very Rev. M. Canon Fuller, P.P., Ballybunion ; Very Rev. D. Canon 
O'Connor, P.P., Listowel ; Very Rev. P. J. Fitzgerald, Adm., 
Killarney. 

Diocesan Inspector of Schools Rev. Timothy Courtney, St. Brendan's 
Killarney. 

Secretary Rev. D. J. O'Herlihy, The Palace, Killarney. 
PARISHES IN KERRY (51), PARISH PRIESTS AND CURATES. 
Parishes. ! Parish Priests. Curates. Post Towns. 

Killarney . Bishop's Parish Fitzgerald, P. J., Killarney 

Adm., V.F. 
O'Brien, Ml. 
O'Sullivan, D. 

Ballinvoher & O'Connor, James 

Cappaclough . ! ,, Lyne, T. J., Adm. Annascaul, 

J.' Slattery Dingle 



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[1920 



Parishes. 


Parish Priests. 


Curates. 


Post Towns. 


Abbeydorney 


O'Sullivan, Jas. 


Lenehan, D. 


Tralee 


Ardfert 


Barton, P. 


Dillon, Jn. S. 


Ardfert 


Aghadoe 


O'Connell, John 




Killarney 


Aghavallan 


Allman, M 


Harty, T. 


Ballylongford 


Ballinaghlish & 


Scanlan, Ml. 




Spa, Tralee 


Chapeltown 








Ballyheigue 


Daly, Edward 




Ballyheigue 


BallymacElligot 


Trant, Timothy 


McDonnell, M. 


Tralee 


Bere Island 


Walsh, Wm. 




Castletown Bere 


Brosna 


O 'Carroll, Jas. 


Lynch, J. F. 


Brosna 


Cahirciveen 


Browne, T. 


Browne, Nich. 


Cahirciveen 




V.F., Canon, 


O'Carroll,.Pat. 




Castleisland 


Casey, J., 


Brennan, P. J, 


Castleisland- 




Archdeacon, V.F. 






Darrynane 


O'Flynn, M. 


Moynihan, D. 


Cahirdaniel 


Dingle 


McDonnell, Jno., 


Meagher, P. 


Dingle 




V.F., Canon 


Finucane, Dl. 








Prendeville, Ed. 




Dromod 


Moriarty, Jt)hn 


O'Leary, Ml. 


Cahirciveen 


Drishane 


O'Leary, P., 


Sheahan, P. 


Millstreet, Co. 




V.F., D.D., 


Brennap, C. J. 


Cork 




Canon 


Breen, Jos. 




Dromtariffe 


White, P. 


Keane, P. 


Dromagh, Ban- 









teer, Co. Cork 


Duagh 


Beasley, James 


Harrington, Flor. 


Listowel 


Glenbeigh 


Byrne, Wm. 


Murphy, T. 


Glenbeigh 


Kilcrohane, East 


M'Donnell, Jas. 


E. Crowley 


Sneem, Kenmare 


Kilmeen 


O'Riordan, D. J. 


, Griffin, P. 


Boherbue, Co. 




V.F,, -Canon 




Cork 


Killiney 


Harrington, T. 


Moriarty, Thos. 


Castlegregory, 









Tralee 


Kiltallagh 


Murphy, Dl. 


Counihan,T,,M.A 


Castlemaine 


Killaha 


Browne, John 


Kirby, Timothy 


Glenflesk, Kil- 








larney 


Kilcarah 


Dillon, John 


Nolan, John 


Lixnaw, Listowel 






O'Riordan, Ed. 




Keelmachedor . 


Griffin, Tim, 


McGrath. Jerh. 


Ballyferriter, 








Dingle 


Kilcolman 


Buckley, P. 


O'Sullivan, A. 


Mill town, Kerry 


Kenmare 


Marshall, P. J. 


O'Riordan, W. 


Kenmare 




V.G., Arch- 


O'Connor, Eug. 






deacon 






Kilcaskan 


O'Connor, Wm. 




Bonane, Kenmare 


Kilcatharine 


O'Callaghan, J. 


Dennehy, G. 


Eyeries, Co. Cork 


Kilgarvan 


M'Gillycuddy.D. 


Breen, David 


Kilgarvan, 






^ 


Kenmare 


Kilconenagh 


Hayes, P. 


Dillon, Jer. 


Castletown Bere 




V.F., Canon 


Kelliher, Tim 


Co. Cork 


Kilcaskan, South 


Godley, J. 




Adrigole, Bantry 



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DIOCESE OF KERRY. 



251 



Parishes. Parish Priests. 


Curates. 


Post Towns. 


Kilnamanagh . ' Brosnan, P. 


Power, Chas. 


Allihies, 






Castletown Bere 


Kilcuminin,West Brick, Jeremiah 




Killarney 


Kilcummin,East Carrnody, Jas. 


Behan, W. 


Rathmore 






Fitzgerald, C. J 




Kileentierna 


O'Hal!oran,Wm. 


O'Sullivan, J. J. 


Farranfore 


Killury 


O'Callaghan,Geo.O'Sullivan, T. D. 


Causeway.Tralee 






Cahill, J. 




Killorglin 


Nolan, Jas. 


Jones, Thos. 


Killorglin 






O'Donoghue, Ml. 




Knockane 


Fitzmaurice, Ed. 


Breen, Francis 


Beaufort, Killar- 


Kilnaughten 


O'Connor, J. 




Tarbert [ney 


Knocknagoshel . 


Burke, Jas. 


O'Connor, Ed. 


Knocknagoshel, 








Co. Kerry 


Listowel 


O'Connor, D. 


O' Sullivan, C. 


Listowel 




V.F., Canon 


Daly, Michael 




Lisselton 


Fuller, Michael, 


Curtayne, T. 


Bally bunion 




V.F., Canon 


Prendeville, J. 




IMolahiffe 


Fitzgerald, M. 


O'Donoghue, J. 


Firies. Killarney 


Newtownsandes 


Keane, Ml. 


O'Shea, T. 


Newtownsandes, 


and Knockanure 






Co. Kerry 


St. Patrick's 


Brick, John 




Kingwilliamst'n 


Prior 


O'Brien, Denis 


Costelloe, Maurice 


Cahirciveen 


Tralee 


O'Leary, D., 


Lynch, J. 


Tralee 




V.G , Dean 


Hillee, Chris. 








Casey, Jerh. 








Behan, W. S. 








Ferris, W. 




Tuosist 


Scanlan, James 


Galvin, M. 


Kenmare 


Valeiitia 


Keane, W. 




Cahirciveen 



PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS IN THE DIOCESE. 



Workhouses. 



Chaplains. 



Tralee Very Rev. Dean O'Leary, 



V.G. 

Killarney V. Rev. P. J. Fitzgerald. 

Listowel V. Rev. Canon O'Connor. 

Dingle V. Rev. Canon M'Donnell. 

County Prison, Tralee Very Rev. Dean O'Leary, V.G. 

County Asylum, Killarney Very Rev. P. J. Fitzgerald. 



Workhouses. 



Chaplains. 



Cahirciveen V.Rev. Canon Browne 



Kenmare Ven. Archd'n Marshall. 
C'tletown V. Rev. Canon Hayes. 
Millstreet V.Rev. Canon O'Leary. 



RELIGIOUS ORDERS AND CONGREGATIONS IN THE 
DIOCESE. 

FRANCISCANS OF THE IRISH PROVINCE. 

Novitiate for Irish Franciscans, Killarney Very Rev, Father Benedict, 
Guardian. Very Rev. Father Dominic, Gustos Prov. and Master of 
Novices. Rev. Father Alphonsus, Vicar. Rev. Father Ignatius, 
Professor Philos. Rev. Father Augustine. 



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DOMINICANS. 



Dominican Convent, Tralee Very Rev. B. Ayres, Prior. 
Stephens. Rev. T. P. Boylan, Rev. S. M. Conlon. 



Rev. W. 



PRESENTATION MONASTERY. 

Presentation Monastery, Killarney Pupils, 320. Superior, Rev. Br. 
Kieran O'Connor. Milltown Pupils, 180. Rev. Brother Basil 
Hunt. 

CHRISTIAN BROTHERS. 

Christian Brothers, Tralee Director, Brother M. J. Ryan. 550 pupils. 

(Includes 130 Industrial School Children.) 
Christian Brothers, Dingle Director, Brother J. L. Hayes. 320 

pupils. 

Christian Brothers, Cahirciveen Director, Brother J. G. Hyland, 
140 pupils. 



Killarney . 

Tralee 

Dingle 

Listowel . 

Cahirciveen 

Millstreet . 

Milltown . 

Castleisland 

Lixnaw 

Rathmore 



PRESENTATION CONVENTS. 

.Superioress Mrs. M. Bride Moran. 

Mrs. Berchmans O' Sullivan. 
Mrs. M. It a Macken. - 
Mrs. M. Joseph Hogan. 
Mrs. M. Michael Hogan. 
Mrs. M. Alphonsus Maher.. 
Mrs. M. Teresa Shaiiahan. 
Mrs. M. Teresa O'Leary. 
Mrs. M. Teresa Shanahan. 
Mrs. M. Agnes Egan. 



CONVENTS OF THE SISTERS OF MERCY. 



Tralee 

Moyderwell, Tralee 
Killarney . 
Castle town Bere 
Ballybunion . 



. Superioress Mrs. M. Elizabeth Moynihan 
Mrs. M. Evangelist Duggan. 

Mrs. M. Scholastica Irwin 

,, Mrs. M. Benignus O'Dea. 

,, Mrs. M. A. M' Sweeney. 

CONVENT OF POOR CLARES. 

Convent Of Poor Clares, Kenmare Mother Abbess, Mrs. Catherine 
Dugdale. The Convent here produces the most exquisite lace, and 
disposes of a quantity -annually to tourists, thus aiding a number 
of poor girls, and enabling them to advance in the world. 



CONVENT OF BON SECOURS. 

Convent Of Bon Secours, Tralee Mother Christopher. The religious 
attend the sick of all denominations in town and country. Com- 
munity, 18, 



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253 



CONVENT OF THE HOLY INFANT JESUS. 

Sisters Of the Holy Infant Jesus, called Les Dames de St. Maur, Brisbane, 
Millstreet Superioress, Mother St. Clare. Chaplain, Very Rev. 
Canon O'Leary, P.P , V.F., D.D. 



EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS IN THE DIOCESE. 

St. Brendan's Diocesan Seminary, Killarney President, Very Rev. 
J. Breen, S.T L. Dean, Rev. J. J Murphy, Assistant Dean, Rev. 
T. Spillane, B.D., B.A., Professors, The Very Rev J. Breen, 
S.T.L. ; Rev. D. J. O'Herlihy, Rev. D. Brosnan, B.A., B.D. ; Rev. 
T. Supple, B.A., B.D., L.C.L. ; Rev. D. O'Connor, B.A., B.D., 
B.C.L. ; Rev. J. Murphy, Rev. T. Spillane, B.D., B.A. ; J. J. 
O'Connor, Esq. ; Richard B. Heffernan, Esq. Music, Aloysius E. 
Bolton, Esq. 

St. Michael's College, Listowel President, Very Rev. Jerh. Moynihan, 
S.T.L. Professors, Very Rev. J. Moynihan, Maurice J. O'Cqnnell, 
Esq.; Patrick Breen, Esq.; Timothy O'Connor, Esq.; mice~Al 6 Suil- 
leAbAin. Extern Visiting Teacher, James A. Schiller, Esq., A.M.C., 
A.G.S.A., Drawing. 

Jeffers' Institute, Tralee President, Very Rev. J. Buckley, B.D. 
Professors, Rev. J. Buckley, B.D. ; Mr. Enright, B.A. ; Mr. T. 
J. Burke, Mr. T. J. O'Shaughnessy, and Mr. J. A. Schiller. 

LoretO Convent, Killarney Founded 1860. Mother Superior, Mother 
J. Loyola. Religious, 27 ; boarders, 96. Convent National 
School, 78. 

Primary Schools The Christian Brothers' Schools in Tralee, Dingle, 
and Cahirciveen are attended by over 950 boys ; the Presentation 
Brothers' Schools, Killarney and Milltown, by 500 boys ; and 
seventeen Convent Schools, in which girls are educated. 

Societies Of St. Vincent de Paul at Tralee, Killarney. 



DIOCESAN SUMMARY. 



Bishop 
Parishes . 
Parish Priests . 
Administrators . 
Curates and Others 
Churches . 



1 

52 
50 

3 

72 
99 



Friaries 

Monasteries 

Convents 

Industrial School 

Lunatic Asylum 

Convents in Workhouses 



2 
5 
18 
1 
1 





1881 


1891 


1901 


1911 


Catholic Population 
Non- Catholic Population. 


213,433 

6,922 


190,017 
6,066 


175,128 
5,309 


169,427 
4,434 


Total Population 


220,355 


196,083 


180,437 


173,861 



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XVIII. DIOCESE OF KILLALOE. 

Includes portions of Clare, Tipperary, King's County, Galway, 

Limerick and Queen's County. 

Bishop Most Rev. MICHAEL FOGAKTY, D.D. Consecrated 4th Sept., 
1904. Address Ennis. 

DIOCESAN DIGNITARIES AND OFFICERS. 

Vicars-General Very Rev. Dean M'Inerney, P.P., Kilrush ; Very 
Rev. Canon Flannery, P.P., Killaloe ; Very Rev. Canon M'Mahon, 
P.P., Nenagh; Very Rev. Canon Ryan, P.P., Birr. 

Vicar- Forane Very Rev. Canon Halpin, P.P., Tulla. 

Diocesan Inspector of Schools Rev. P. Gaynor, St. Flamian's College, 
E'nnis. 

CHAPTER OF THE DIOCESE OF KILLALOE. 

Dean Very Rev. J. M'Inerney, P.P., V.G., Kilrush. 

Archdeacon Vacant. 

Chancellor Very Rev. J. Ryan, P.P., V.F., Tulla. 

Precentor Very Rev. P. Bourke, P.P., Clarecastle. 

Treasurer Very Rev. John M'Mahon, P.P., V.G., Nenagh. 

Penitentiary Very Rev. Stephen Slattery, P.P., Quin. 

Theologian Very Rev. P. Glynn, P.P., Kilkee. 

PREBENDARIES. 

Lockeen Very Rev. D. Flannery, P.P., V.G., Killaloe. 
TullohVery Rev. J. Halpin. P.P., V.F., Tulla. 
Clondegad Very Rev. J. Meagher, P.P.. Borrisqkane. 
Lorrlia Very Rev. John Hannan, P.P., Miltown Malbay. 
Rath Very Rev. M. O'Donovan, P.P., Coro'fin. 
Dysart Very Rev. Denis O'Dea, President St. Flamian's College. 
Tomgraney Very Rev. J. M'Namara, P.P.. Bodyke 
lnniscathy+-~Very Rev. James Costigan, P.P., Cloughjordan. 



PARISHES OF KILLALOE (57), 


PARISH PRIESTS AND CURATES. 


Parishes 


Parish Priests. 


Curates. 


Post Towns. 


Ennis 


Bishop's Parish 


Hogan, P., Adm. 


Ennis 






Grace, W. 








Meade, J. 




Newmarket 


Kennedy, W., 


Clan:y, J 


Newmarket-on- 




Adm. 


Murray, M. 


Fergus 


Birr 


Ryan. J., V.G., 


Martyn, T. 


Birr 




Canon 


O'Mara, Jos. 








Scanlan, E. 




Borrisokane 


Meagher, John, 


Meehan, T. 


Borrisokane 




Canon 


Meagher, T. 




Broadford 


Courtney, M. 


Flynn, M. 


Broadford 


B urges and 


O' Hallo ran. 


Fanning, M. 


Nenagh 


Youghal 


John 






O'Callaghan's 


Gunning, P. 


Hewitt, P. 


O'Callaghan'a 


Mills 




Heenan, M. 


Mills 


Carrigaholt . M'Mahon, F. 


Vaughan, Michl, 


Carrigaholt 



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DIOCESE OF KILLALOE. 



255 



Parishes. 


Parish Priests. Curates. 


Post Towns. 


Castleconnell 


O'Dea, D., B.A., Rahilly, P. 


Castleconnell 




Canon 




Castletown 


Donnelly, P. J. Vaughan, M. 


Portroe, 


Arrha 




Nenagh 


Clare Abbey 


Bourke, P., Can. M'Gratb, Marcus 


Clare Castle 


Cloghprior and 


O'Meara, P. Fogarty, J. 


Puckane 


Monsea 






Clondegad 


Clancy, Anthony M'Naniara, A. J. 


Ballynacally 




Crowe, D. 




Clonrush 


Clune, James Galvin, M. F. 


Whitegate, Lim. 


Clough Jordan 


Costigan, James Sammon, T. 


Cloughjordan 




Canon Smith, J. 




Couraganeen 


Crowe, Patrick Ryan, M. 


Roscrea 


Corofin 


Donovan,Michl., Molony, W. 


Corofin 




Canon Smith, P. 




Crusheen 


Monahan, J. Neylan, T. 


Crusheen, Ennis 




Doonass and 


Kennedy, Jas. Murray, M. 


Cionlara, Lim. 


Trugh 






Doora and Kil- 


Scanlan, John 


Newpark, Ennis 


raghts 


Crowe, M. 


Roslevan, Ennis 


Dunkerrin 


J. Maher Bourke, R. 


Dunkerrin 


Dysart 


Breen, M. 


Corofin 




Austen, J. 


Ruan 


Feakle, Lower 


Hayes, Michael O'Reilly, J. 


Feakle 


Inagh 


Marrinan, W. 


Ennis 


Grace, P. 




Inch and Kil- 


Courtney, D. Cleary, J. 


Ennis 


maley 


Roche, J. 




Killaloe 


Flannery, D., Greed, John 


Killaloe 




V.G., Canon Spain, P. 




Kiliioe and Tom- 


M'Namara, John O'Dea, John 


Bodyke, Co. 


graney 


Canon 


Clare 


Kilbarron 


Darcy, John Tuohy, T. 


Terryglass 


Kilcolnian 


Gleeson, M. Scanlan, W. 


Sharavogue, Roscrea 


Kildysart 


O'Connell, R. Kelly, John 


Kildysart 


Kilfidane 


Carey, Jas. M'Namara, D. 


Coolmeen 


Kilkee 


Glynn, P., Grace, M. J, 


Kilkee 




Canon Dinan, M. 





Kilkeedy 


Gavin, J. 


Gort 


Kilruah 


M'Inerney, J., O'Gorman, J. 


Kilrush 




Dean, V.Q. O'Brien, L. 






Molony, Alfred 




Killard 


Vaughan, Thos. O'Donoghue, D. 


Doonbeg 


Killanena 


Considine, M. Murphy, J. 


Caher, Feakle 


Killimer 


Barrett, P. Lillis, G\ 


Killimer, Ennis 


Kilmacduane 


Hehir, M. Doheny, T. 


Cooraclare 


Kilmihill 


Hayes, D. Cullegan, C. 


Kilmihill 



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Parishes 


Parish Priests. 


Curates. 


Post Towns. 


Kilmurry-Ibric- 


Glynn, J. 


M'Kenna, J. 


Kilmurry-Ibric- 


kane 




Considine, J. 


kane 


Kilmurry- 
M'Mahon 


Lynch, T. 


Hayes, P. 


Kilmurry- 
M'Mahon 


Killanave and 


Cunningham, J. 


Smith, P. 


Templederry 


Templederry 




M'Donnell, J. 




Kilfarboy 


Hannon, J., 


Lalor, Andrew 


Miltown Malbay 




Canon 


Enright, J. F. 




Kilballyowen 


Clancy, James 


Gilligan, M. 


Cross, Co. Clare 


Kinnetty 


Devaney, P. 


Houlihan, Jos. 


Kinnetty, Birr. 


Kyle & Knock . 


Hogan, D. A. 




Roscrea 


Lor-rha and Gleeson, John 


Flannery, D. 


Lorrha 


Dorrha 


M'Mahon, B. 




Nenagh 


M'Mahon, J., 


O'Halloran, P. J. 


Nenagh 


V.G., Very 


O'Donoghue, T. 






Rev. Canon 


Corcoran, M. 




Ogonelle . 


O'Meara, Daniel 




Killaloe 


Quin 


Slattery, S., 


M'Creedy J. 


Quin 




Canon 






Roscrea 


Bishop's Parish 


Murphy, D.,Adm. 


Roscrea 






O'Dea, P. J. 








Scanlan, P. J. 








Molony, J. H. 








Barry, Joseph 




Scariff & Moynoe 


Scanlan, Ml. 


M'Inerney, J. 


Scariff 


Silvermines 


Hogan, M. 


Vaughan, E. 


Silvermines 


Sixmile bridge 


Daly, James 


O'Dea, Dan 1 . 


Sixmilebridge 


Shinrone 


Donnellan, J. 


O'Connor, James 


Shinrone 


Tulla 


Halpin, James, 


Maguire, J. F. 


Tulla 




V.F., Canon 


O'Donoghue, J. 




Toomevara 


Flynn, E. 


O'Connor, M. 


Toomevara 






Dooley, T. 


_ 



PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS IN THE DIOCESE. 



Workhouses. Chaplains. 

Coroftn Very Rev. Canon Dono- 
van, P.P. 

Ennis Rev. P. J. Hogan, Adm. 

KildysartRev. R. O'Connell, 
P.P. 

Kilrush V. Rev. Canon M'Iner- 
ney, P.P., V.G. 

Scariff Rev. J. M'Namara, P.P. 

Tulla Very Rev. James Halpin, 
P.P., V.F., Canon 

Parsonstown Very Rev. Canon 
Ryan, P.P., V.G. 
Rev. M. Madden, Assistant. 

Borrisokane Rev. J . Canon 
Meagher, P.P. 



Workhouses. Chaplains. 

Nenagh V. Rev. Canon M'Mahon, 
P.P., V.G. 

Roscrea Rev. D. Murphy, Adm. 

Military Barracks. Chaplain. 

Parsonstown Very Rev. Canon 
Ryan, P.P., V.G. 

Lunatic Asylum. Chaplain. 

Doora, near Ennis Rev. J. Scan- 
lan, P.P. 

Inebriates' Home. Chaplain. 

Ennis Rev. P. J. Hogan, Adm. 

Co. Infirmary. Chaplain. 

Ennis Rev. P. J. Hogan, Adm, 



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RELIGIOUS ORDERS AND CONGREGATIONS IN THE 
DIOCESE. 

FRANCISCANS. 

Franciscan Convent, Ennis Very Rev. Father Chrysostom, Guardian. 
Rev. Father Edmund, Rev. Father Patrick; Rev. Father Leopold 
and Brothers Paschal and Malachv, 



CISTERCIANS. 

Mount St. Joseph Abbey, Roscrea, Co. Tipperary Right Rev. P. 
Justin M'Carthy, Lord Abbot. Community, 67, of whom 28 are 
Priests. 

CHRISTIAN BROTHERS. 

Christian Brothers, Ennis Director, Br. D. L. Hurley. 300 pupils. 
Christian Brothers, Nenagh Director, Br. J. L. Bourke. 250 pupils. 
Christian Brothers, Kilrush Director, Br. P. V. Dolan. 200 pupils. 

PRESENTATION BROTHERS. 

Presentation Brothers, Birr Superior, Rev. Brother C. Hunt, 
St. Brendan's Presentation Monastery and Schools, Birr, opened 
2nd October, 1878. 400 pupils receive a highly efficient religious, 
literary, classical, and scientific education. 

CONVENT OF SACRED HEART. 

Convent Of Sacred Heart, Roscrea Superioress, Madame Rice. The 
Religious devote themselves to the education of young ladies and 
instruction of the poor. Chaplain, Parochial Clergy. 

CONVENTS OF THE SISTERS OF MERCY. 

Convent Of the Sisters Of Mercy, Birr Superioress, Sister M. Aloysius 
Bergin. Community, 36. National School, 380. Industrial 
Schools, 80. Chaplain, Rev. J. O'Meara. Workhouse Hospital. 5 
Sisters. 

Convent Of the Sisters Of Mercy, Ennis Superioress, Sister M. Columba 
Kelly. Religious, 50. Boarding and Day School, and Industrial 
School ; Technical School and Servants' Home and Laundry ; at 
School, 600. Chaplain, Rev. A. T. Molloy. 

Convent Of the Sisters Of Mercy,Nenagh Superioress, Sister M.of the S. 
Heart. Religious, 28 ; at School, 600. Chaplain, Very Rev. 
Canon M'Mahon. 

Convent Of the Sisters of Mercy, Kilrush Superioress, Sister Mary 
Stanislaus Flynn. Religious, 37 : at School, 500. Chaplain, Very 
Rev. Canon M'Inerney, P.P., V.G. In Kilrush 6 Sisters in the 
Hospital. Besides the National School there is established at the 



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Kilrush Convent a Technical School where 70 Girls are taught 
Cookery and Laundry Work, Domestic Needlework, including Dress- 
making, Irish Crochet ; also an Orphanage attached to the Convent. 

Convent Of the Sisters Of Mercy, Kilkee Superioress, Sister M. Gonzaga 
Danaher. Religious, 10 ; at School, 230 ; a branch from Kilrush. 
Chaplain, Rev. P. Canon Glynn, P.P. 

Convent Of the Sisters Of Mercy, Tulla Superioress, Sister M.Berchmans. 
Religious, 7 ; pupils, 160. Chaplain, Very Rev. Canon Halpin, 
P.P., V.F. 

Convent Of the Sisters Of Mercy, Borrisokane Superioress, Sister M. 
Anthony. Religious, 7. Pupils, 240. Chaplain, Rev. J, Canon 
Meagher. 

Convent Of the Sisters Of Mercy, Killaloe Superioress, Mrs. M. Liguori 
Flamiery. Religious, 9. Chaplains, Parochial Clergy. In 
School, 150. The Sisters have opened a special class, where young 
girls may learn Typewriting, Shorthand, and Book-keeping. 

In Birr there is an Industrial School certified for 80 children ; and four 
Sisters in Workhouse Hospital. 

In Ennis there is an Industrial School containing 90 children ; and 
six Sisters in the Workhouse Hospital. 

In Kilrush, six Sisters in the Workhouse Hospital. 

In Nenagh, five Sisters in the Workhouse Hospital, 

In Corofin, four Sisters in the Workhouse Hospital. 

In Roscrea, four Sisters in the Workhouse Hospital. 

SOCieJe; Of St. Vincent de Paul at Ennis, Kilkee, Kilrush, Nenagh. 

EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS IN THE DIOCESE. 

St. Flannan'S College, Ennis, under the patronage of the Most Rev. 

Dr. Fogarty, Bishop of Killaloe. President, Rev. W. O'Kennedy, 

B.D. Prefessors, Rev. T. O'Molloy, B.D. ; Rev. G. Clune, B.A. ; 

Rev. M. O'Sullivan, B.A. ; Rev. M. Hamilton, B.A. ; O. I. 

Shannon, Esq , M.A. ; W. O'Keeffe, Esq.; M- O'Shaughnessy, 

Esq. ; F. Gowen, E?q. 

St. Joseph's College, Mount St. Joseph's Abbey, Roscrea. (See Advt.) 
Superior Schools. Attached to the Convent of Roscrea is an efficient 

ladies' school ; while each of the Convents of Mercy Nenagh, 

Ennis, and Kilrush has, besides a Primary School for the Poor, 

a branch for superior education. 

SUMMARY. 



Bishop .... 1 
Parishes .... 57 
Parish Priests ... 54 
Administrators ... 3 
Curates .... 80 
In College ... 5 
Secular Clergy . . .142 


Parochial & District Churches 143 
Houses of Regular Clergy . 2 
Total Priests . . 160 
Convents . . . 13 
Members in Community . 198 
Monastic Houses . . 6 
Members in Communitv . 63 


Catholic Population 
Non-Catholic Population . 

Total Population 


1881 


1891 


1901 


1911 


174,167 
10,584 


153,512 
9,565 


137,574 

8,329 


128,628 
7,018 


184,751 


163.077 


145,903 


135.646 



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259 



XIX. DIOCESE OF LIMERICK. 

Includes Limerick and a small portion of Clare. 

Bishop-Most Rev. Denis Hallinan, D.D. Consecrated 10th March, 1918. 
Succeeded the Most Most Dr. O'Dwyer. Address-Corbally, Limerick. 

DIOCESAN DIGNITARIES AND OFFICERS. 

Vicar-General The Very Rev. Michael Canon O'Donnell, P.P. 

Dean Very Rev. Charles M'Namara, P.P., V F., Bruff. 

Archdeacon Veil. James L. Roche, P.P., Glin. 

Vicars- Forane Very Rev. Charles M'Namara, Dean, P.P., Bniff ; 
Very Rev. James O'Shea, P.P., Kilmallock ; Very Rev. T. Listen, 
P.P. ; Very Rev. P. Lee, P.P. ; Very Rev. David O'Driscoll, P.P. ; 
Very Rev. J. M. Cregan, P.P. 

Diocesan Inspector of Schools Rev. J-emes Madden, Cratloe. 

Bishop's Secretary Rev. Michael Moloney, Corbally. 

CHAPTER OF LIMERICK. 

Dean Very Rev. C. M'Namara, P.P., V.F., Bruff. 

Archdeacon Ven. J. L. Roche, P.P., Glin. 

Chancellor Very Rev. D. Keane, President, St. Munchin's College, 

Limerick. 

Theologian Very Rev. M. O'Donnell, P.P., V.G., Rathkeale. 
Penitentiary Very Rev. D. O'Driscoll, P P., St. Munchin's Limerick. 
Effin Very Rev. John Begley. P.P., Dromcollagher. 
Ardcanny Very Rev. J. Ryan. P.P., Ballingarry. 
Tullybrackey Very Rev. Thomas Listen, P.P., V.F., Shanagolden. 
Athnitt Very Rev. M. Canty, P.P., Dromin. 
BallycahaneVery Rev. J. O'Shea, P.P., V.F., Kilmallock. 
Kilpeacon Very Rev. R. O'Kennedy, P.P., Fedamore. 
Disert Very Rev. J. Cregan, P.P., V.F., Abbeyfeale 
Donoughmore Very Rev. P. Lee, P.P., V.F., Newcastle West. 
St. Munchin's Very Rev. Robert Kirby, P.P., Patrick's Well. 
Killeedy Very Rev. J. O'Shoughnessy, P.P., Knockaderry. 
Croagh Very Rev. George Quain, P.P., Bulgaden. 

PARISHES IN LiMERICK (48), PARISH PRIESTS AND CURATES. 
Parishes. Parish Priests. Curates. Post Towns. 

St. John's . Bishop's Parish Connolly, Stephen, Limerick 

Adm. 

Macnamara, T. J. 

Carroll, James 

Rice, Frederick 

Kelly, Denis 

St. Michael's . ,, Dwane, William, Limerick 

Adm. 

Carroll, James 

Hannan, Michael 

Thornhill, P. 

Hayes, James 

Tracy, Michael 
St. Mary's . O'Connor, Jerm. O 'Gorman, J. Limerick 

Carroll, Patrick 

St, Munchin's . i O'Driscoll, David Halpin, Christopher Limerick 
Canon, V.F. Moloney, James 



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Parishes. 


Parish Priests. Curates. Post Towns. 


St. Patrick's 


Murphy, Michael Carroll, James Limerick 


Abbeyfeale 


Cregan, J. M. Carr, John Abbeyfeale 




Canon, V.F. Fitzgerald David 


Adare 


Griffin, John Fitzpatrick, Denis Adare 


Ardagh 


Reeves, John Fitzpatrick, Maurice Ardagh 


Askeaton 


Reidy, Timothy Leahy, Michael Askeaton 


Athea 


O'Shea, Wm. O'Riordan, David Athea 


Ardpatrick 


M'Coy, Mortimer Kilmallock 


Ballingarry 


Ryan, John, Coleman. Patrick Ballingarry, Co. 




Canon Harty. Wm. P. Limerick 


Banogue 


Frost, Solomon O'Connor, Hugh Groom 


Bally gran and 


Reeves, John M'Namara, Patk. Charleville 


Coleman's Well 




Bruff 


M'Namara, C., Conway, John Bruff 




Dean, V.F. Barry, David 


Bulgaden and 


Quain, George, Casey, Patrick Kilmallock 


Ballinvana 


Canon 


Cappagh 


O'Shea, Jeremiah Ballingrane 


Coolcappa 


Murphy, Jerh. O'Brien, Michael Shanagolden 


Cratloe 


Culhane, George Madden, James Cratloe 


Croagh 


Mulcahy, Wm. Ryan, Patrick Croagh 


Groom 


Curtin, Timothy O'Dea, Stephen Groom 


Donaghmore 


Graham, Thos. Brosnahan, Dl. Limerick 


Dromin 


Canty, Michael, O'Carroll, David Kilmallock 




Canon 


Drumcollogher . 


Begley, John, Drumcollogher 




Canon Wall, Thomas Broadford 


Effin 


Fitzgerald, R. M'Carthy, Chas. Kilmallock 


Fedamore 


O'Kennedy, R., Carroll, Joseph Fedamore 




Canon 


Feenagh 


Curtin, Lawrence Carroll, James Kilmeedy 


Glenroe 


Ambrose, Robt. Lane, John J. Kilfinane 


Glin 


Roche, Jas. L., Foley, James Glin, Co. Limrk. 




Yen. Archd. Connolly, Thos. 


Kildimo 


O'Donnell, John Listen, James Pallaskenry 


Kilfinane 


Lee John Mangaii, Corns. Kilfinane 


Killoedy 


Fen ton, William Punch, Edward Ashford, Charlevi le 


Kilmallock 


O'Shea, James, Higgins, Patk.V. Kilmallock 




Canon, V.F. Woulfe, Patrick 


Knockaderry 


O'Shaughnessy, Carroll, Martin Clouncagh, Bal- 




John, Canon Ryan, Michael lingarry 


Loughill 


O'Carroll, Michl. McCarthy, Edm. R. Loughill 


Mahoonagh 


Conway, John Moloney, John , Newcastle 


Manister 


Fitzgerald, J. J. Manister, Groom 


Monagea 


Hanly. David Ruddle, Patrick Newcastle West 



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261 



Parishes. 

Mungret 
Newcastle 



Par teen 
Patrick's Well 

Rathkeale 

Rockhill 
Shanagolden 

Stonehall 

Templeglantine 

Toiirnafulla 



Parish Priests. Curates. Post Towns. 

Fitzgerald, Wm. Tierney, John Patrick's Well 

Lee, Patrick, Kelly, John J. Newcastle 
Canon, V.F. Hayes, Michael 

Russell,Edmund Limerick 

Kirby, Robert, Patrick's Well 

Canon. Rea, John Clarina 

O'Donnell, Ml., O'Leary, Arthur Rathkeale 

Canon, V.Q. O'Dwyer, Wm. 
O'Connor, Gerald Murphy, Timothy Bruree 

Liston, Thomas, Fitzgerald, Edw. Shanagolden 

Canon, V.F. Wallace, John 

Culhane, Stephen Pallaskenry 

Breen, John Mortell, Thomas Templeglantine 

Hartigan, Patk. Toomey, Michael Newcastle 



PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS IN THE DIOCESE. 



Workhouses. Chaplains. 

Limerick Very Rev. D. Canon 

O'Driscoll, V.F. 
Kilmallock Very Rev. James 

Canon O'Shea, V.F. 
Rathkeale Very Rev. Michael 
Canon O'Donnell, V.G. 
Newcastle Very Rev. P. Canon 

Lee, V.F. 
Groom Rev. Timothy Curtin. 



Prison. Chaplain. 

County Gaol Rev. Stephen 

Connolly. 
Lunatic Asylum. Chaplain. 

Limerick Rev. Stephen Connolly. 

Military Barracks. Chaplain. 

Limerick Rev. James Hayes, 

Glin District School Ven. Archd. 
J. L. Roche 



RELIGIOUS ORDERS AND CONGREGATIONS IN THE 
DIOCESE. 

AUGUSTINIANS. 

AugUStinian Priory, Limerick Very Rev. John Hunt, Prior; Rev, 
Joseph Hennessy. Sub-Prior ; Very Rev. C. Murphy, D.D. ; Rev, 
P. J. Redmond. Brother Augustine O'Neill. 

DOMINICANS. 

Dominicans, St. Saviour's, Limerick Very Rev. F. J. Smyth, 
Prior; Rev. M. A. Duhig, Sub-Prior; Rev. W. C. Kean, M.A.; 
Rev. B. Larkin. 

FRANCISCANS. 

Franciscan Convent, Limerick Very Rev. Father Bonaventure, 
Guardian ; Rev. Father Leonard, Rev. Father Ambrose, Rev. Father 
Finbarr, Rev. Father Philip ; Brothers Sebastian and Giles. 

JESUITS. 

Jesuits, Sacred Heart Church, Crescent, Limerick Very Rev. L. B. 
Potter, Rector ; Rev. J. C. O'Mahony, Vice-Rector ; Rev. Patrick 

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M'Williams, Rev. Wm. Hackett, Rev. William O'Reilly, Rev. Robert 
Dillon-Kelly, Rev. John Kelly. Rev. Patrick Kennedy, Rev: Charles 
O'Connell, R^v. J. Elliott, Rev. T. Shuley, Rev.- C. Byrne. 
IVJungret College, near Limerick Rector, Very Rev. James Corboy, 
Rev. Ernest Spillane, Vice-Rector; Rev. James Finucane,-Rev. John 
Barragry, Rev. Wm. Stephenson, Rev. John Fahy, Rev. Wm. Kane, 
Rev. Patrick Morris, Rev. Thomas Maher, Rev. Aug. O'Kelly. 

REDEMPTORISTS. 

ReiemptorJSt Convent, Mount St. Alphonsus, Limerick Very Rev. 
Patrick Hartigan, Provincial. Very Rev. Patrick Leo, "Rector. 
Rev. Arthur Maguire, Rev. Timothy Power, Rev. Rev. Vincent 
Bourke, Rev. Patrick Kilbride, Rev. James Cleere, Rev. James 
Whelan, Rev. John Kelly, Rev. John Harty, Rev. Raymond 
O'Flynn, Rev. John Murnane, Rev. Edward Jones, Rev. Thomas 
Butler, Rev. John Treacy, Rev. James McLoughlin. Rev. Thomas 
O'Conn r, Rev. James Boylan, Rev. John McDonnell, Rev. Patrick 
Brennan, Rev. Cornelius Hunt. 

PRESENTATION CONVENT. 

Presentation Convent There are 35 Sisters in Community, who instruct 
850 girls in their schools ; 190 infant boys. Superioress, Mother 
Peter Quillinan. Chaplain, Rev. James Wall. 

CONVENTS OF MERCY, 8. 

Convent of the Sisters of Mercy, St. Mary's, Limerick Superioress, 
Mother M. Austin Dore. Chaplain, Rev. Patrick Carroll, 
There are attached to this Convent a House of Refuge for ser- 
vants out of place ; and St. Mary's Poor School, in which the 
attendance is about 900. The Sisters have also charge of a large 
Orphanage at Mount St. Vincent, the Training College of Mary 
Immaculate for Catholic Schoolmistresses. The Sisters have charge 
of St. John's School, St. Vincent de Paul's, Henry Street ; also of 
St. Lelia's Technical School, where over 50 girls are employed in the 
Knitting and Limerick Lace industries, and where instruction 10 
Laundry work and Cookery is given. 

Convent of the Sisters of Mercy, Mount St. Vincent Female Orphanage, 

Limerick Religious, 30. Chaplain, Rev. M. Tracy. This Insti- 
tution, founded by the Sisters of Mercy, and supported partly 
by public subscription and partly by Government since the passing 
of the Industrial Act, shelters 200 children. There are also attached 
to this Convent two schools, attendance about 350 ; and an asylum 
for widows, founded and endowed by the Rev. W. A. O'Meara, 
O.F.M, 

Convent of the Sisters of Mercy, Workhouse Hospital, Limerick 
Religious, 14. Chaplains, Parochial Clergy. The Sisters have 
charge of the General and Fever Hospitals, in both of which there 
are generally between 500 and 600 patients. 

Convent of the Sisters of Mercy, Newcastle West, Co. Limerick 
Religious, 14. Chaplains, Parochial Clergy. Day Schools. Number 
on Roll, 440. There is also a Preparatory School attached for 
young girls. 



1920] DIOCESE OF LIMERICK. 263 

Convent of the Sisters of Mercy, Rathkeale, Co. Limerick Religious, 10. 

Chaplains, Parochial Clergy. Attendance in school, about 250. 

Small Orphanage attached for children whose friends can pay a 

little. 
Convent of the Sisters of Mercy, Adare, Co. Limerick Religious, 7. 

Chaplains, Parochial Clergy. Attendance in school, 131. 
Convent of the Sisters of Mercy, Abbeyfeale, Co. Limerick Religious, 15. 

Chaplains, Parochial Clergy. Day Schools. Number on Roll, 240. 
Convent of the Sisters of Mercy, Ballingarry, Branch from Abbeyfeaie, 

Co. Limerick Religious, 9. Chaplains, Parochial Clergy. Atten- 
dance in school, about 150. ' 

FAITHFUL COMPANIONS OF JESUS. 

Faithful Companions Of Jesus, Laurel Hill, Limerick Superioress, 

Mother Sabuia Hayes. Chaplain, Rev. John Dolan. B.A.. B.D., 

B.C.L. 
St. Mary's, Bruff Superioress, Mother Victoire Henihan. Chaplains, 

The Parochial Clergy. Boarding and Day Schools are conducted at 

each Convent. 

CONVENT OF THE GOOD SHEPHERD. 

Convent Of the Good Shepherd, Limerick Mother Prioress, Mother 
Mary of St. Columba. ^Chaplain, Rev. Frederick Rice. This Con- 
vent is the Novitiate House for Ireland. The Sisters have under 
their care the Magdalen Asylum, St. Joseph's Reformatory School, 
and St. George's Industrial School. Vestments, Limerick lace and 
every class of Needlework done. 

CONVENT OF MARIE REPARATRICE. 

Convent Of Marie Reparatrice, Laurel Hill Avenue, Limerick Chaplain, 
Rev. Thos. Hogan. The Blessed Sacrament is exposed each day 
from Mass at 7 o'clock until Benediction at 5. Ladies are received 
for the purpose of making private retreats. Altar Breads and 
Church Linen supplied. 

Convent Of Sisters Of Charity Of St. Paul, Kilnnane Girls' and Infants, 
Parish Schools, Visitation of Sick Poor; Confraternities for Young 
Women and Girls. Superioress, Mother M. John Barry. 

EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS IN THE DIOCESE. 

St. Munchin'S College, Limerick House President, Very Rev. David 
Canon Keane. Professors, Revs. Thomas Hogan, James Wall, Denis 
O'Brien, D.D., D.Ph. ; Thomas Colbert, John Dolan; C. O'Sullivan ; 
Messrs. C. Kendal Irwin, Esq., I.S.M. ; P. H. Neary, Esq., B.A., 
and M. Scanlon, Esq. 

Crescent Sacred Heart College, S.J. A high-class Day College for pupils 
in Limerick and neighbouring counties. Pupils are prepared for 
the Matriculation, N.U.I., and Intermediate Examinations, and for 
business pursuits. Rvctor, Very Rev. L. B. Potter, S.J. 

Mungret College, near Limerick Established in 1882, on the site of 
Mungret Abbey, by the Fathers of the Society of Jesus. 200 pupils. 
Students prepared for the Intermediate, University, Professions, 
Agriculture, Commerce, and Civil Service. There is also a Pre- 



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paratory School for the younger boys. As a distinct portion of 
the College there is an Apostolic School for the education of boys 
for the Foreign Missions. Rector, Rev. James Corboy, S.J. 

College Of Mary Immaculate Training College for Catholic School- 
mistresses, conducted by the Sisters of Mercy. Chaplain, Rev. 
Denis O'Brien, D.D. 

Superior Schools, Ladies The Faithful Companions of Jesus conduct 
schools for young ladies at Laurel Hill and Bruff. At Laurel Hill 
there are 70 pupils in the Boarding School and 160 in the Day 
Schools. There is an attendance of 140 in their Preparatory Day 
School, which they conduct for girls and boys under 10. 

At Bruff their Boarding School has 140 pupils, and 200 pupils 
attend the Convent National School?. 

Christian Brothers, Limerick Director, Rev. Br. M. P. Ryan ; 1,610 
pupils. Limerick Industrial School Director, Rev. Br. M. G. Curran ; 
170 pupils. Adare Director, Rev. Br. J. V. Lysaght ; 100 pupils. 
Glin Director, Rev. Br. J. B. Lee; 120 pupils. The Brothers 
have schools in four different localities in the City of Limerick. 

CHARITABLE INSTITUTIONS IN THE DIOCESE. 

Mount St. Vincent Female Orphanage and Industrial School Chaplain, 

Rev. Michael Tracy. 

Refuge for Servants out of place, under Sisters of Mercy (St. Mary's). 
Young girls are taken in for a course of training free of expense. 

Reformatory, under care of Good Shepherd Nuns. 

Male Orphanage and Industrial School, under care of Christian 

Brothers. Chaplain, Rev. Cornelius O'Sullivan. 
St. John's Hospital, Limerick, under care of Sisters of Little Company 

of Mary. Also nurse the sick in their own homes. Chaplain, Rev. 

Denis Kelly. 
Societies of St. Vincent de Paul at Limerick. 



Bishop 
Parishes . 
Parish Priests 
Administrators 
Curates 
Professors 
Secular Clergy 



SUMMARY. 



l 

48 

46 

2 

64 

7 

119 



Parochial and District Churches 94 



Regular Clergy 
Convents 

Members in Community 
Monefetic Houses 

Members in Community 



51 

18 

490 

4 

38 



<~Vtholic Population 
K on- Catholic Population . 

Total Population 


1881 


1891 


1901 


1911 


135,838 

8,398 


119,994 
7,490 


111,170 
6,853 


110,305 
6,253 


144,236 


127,484 


118,023 


116,558 



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XX. DIOCESE OF ROSS. 

Includes part of Cork. 

Bishop Most Rev. DENIS KELLY, D.D. Consecrated 9th May, 
1897. Succeeded Most Rev. Dr. Fitzgerald. Address Most Rev. 
Dr. Kelly, Lord Bishop of Ross, Skibbereen. 

DIOCESAN DIGNITARIES. 

Right Rev. Mgr. O'Leary, P.P., V.F., Clonakilty. 
Very Rev. Peter Hill, P.P., V.F., Rosscarbery. 
PARISHES IN ROSS (11) PARISH PRIESTS AND CURATES (28). 



Parishes. Parish Priests. Curates. Post Towns. 


Skibbereen 


Bishop's Parish McCarthy., F., Skibbereen. 




Adm. 




Cahalane, P., 




B.D., B.C.L., 




Crowley, D., B.D. 


Castlehaven 


,, Daly, Eugene, Rineen, Union 




Adm. Hall, Co. Cork 




Lambe, E. Union Hall, Leap 


Aghadown 


O' Sullivan, Jas. Aghadown 




O'Donovan, Jas., Newcourt, Skib- 




B.A. bereen 


Ardfield and 


Kearney, John Fitzpatrick, Jae. Clonakilty 


Rathbarry 


[league 


Barryroe 


Burke, J. J. Barryroe, Timo- 




Hill, Thos J. Courtmacsherry 


Clonakilty and 


O'Leary, John, Collins, John Clonakilty 


Darrery 


V.F. Duggan, John 




Hurley, Dan., B.A. 


Kilmacabea 


Lawton, Tim. Holland, Wm. Leap 


Kilmeen 


Hennessy, Ptk. Ballineen 




Keaveny, J., Bealad,Clonak'ty 




B.A.,B.D.,L.C.L. 


Rath and the 


O'Driscoll, Jer. Rath. Skibbereen 


Islands of 


Ambrose, J., B.A. Cape Clear, do. 


Cape Clear 


Murphy. D., B.A. Sherkin, Skibbereen 


and Sherkin 




Rosscarbery & 


Hill, Peter, F. .P. O'Neill, P., B.A. Rosscarbery 


Lissevard 






Sheehy, J. J. Reenascreena 


Timoleague and 


O'Hea, Timothy Cotter, Edmund Timoleague 


Cloghagh 




PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS IN THE DIOCESE. 



WORKHOUSES. 

Skibbereen Chaplain, Rev. F. McCarthy. Adm. 
Clonakilty Chaplain, Right Rev. John O'Leary. 

INDUSTRIAL PISCATORIAL SCHOOL. 

Industrial Piscatorial School, Baltimore Pupils, 150. The boys get 
a sound elementary education under the National Board system. 
They are instructed in fishery industries, such as boat-building, 
net and sail-making, and mending, etc., and in a number of useful 
trades. Manager, Rev. Wm. Young, B.A. 



266 



CATHOLIC REGISTRY. 



[1920 



RELIGIOUS COMMUNITIES IN THE DIOCESE. 

SISTERS OF MERCY. 

Sisters of Mercy, Immaculate Conception, Skibbereen Superior ess t 

Mrs. M. Canice Butler. Community, 29. Chaplains, Parochial 
Clergy. 340 children attend the Convent National School. Classes 
in Domestic Economy for adults have been established in connection 
with the Cork County Committee of Technical Instruction, 

The Sisters have charge of Workhouse Hospital and Schools. 
Sisters of. Mercy o? the Sacred Heart, Clonakilty Superior ess, Mis. M. 

Josephine Binchy. Community, 36. Under the care of the Sisters 
is a National School, attended by 300 children ; also an Industrial 
School, certified in 18G9 for 130 children The Sisters have charge 
of the Workhouse Hospital. Chaplains, Parochial Clergy. Classes 
in Domestic Economy similar to those in Skibbereen Convent are 
at work. 

Convent of the Sacred Heart, Sisters of Mercy, Mount St. Michael, 

Rosscarbery, Co, Cork Superioress, Mrs. M. Fachtna M'Carthy. 
Community, 15. Chaplains, Parochial Clergy. There is a beautiful 
Convent and very fine Schools on an eminence commanding a view of 
the surrounding country and Ross Bay. The situation is charming 
and the climate very healthful. 250 pupils attend the Schools. An 
Industrial Department is in operation, in which instruction is given 
in plain and ornamental needlework, dressmaking, and underclothing, 
lace-making, cookery, and laundry work. Attached to the Schools is 
a small workroom, in which poor girls are employed at embroidery 
and lace, and make good wages. All the Schools are conducted 
under the Board of National Education. 

Skibbereen University and Intermediate School Principal, Daniel 
Duggan, Esq., B.A, 

Societies Of St. Vincent de Paul at Skibbereen, Clonakilty. 



Bishop 
Parishes . 
Parish Priests . 
Administrators . 
Curates and Others 



DIOCESAN SUMMARY. 

i 
11 



Total Clergy ... 30 
Parochial and District 

Churches . . .22 
Convents . . .3 

Members in Community . 79 



Catholic Population 
Non-Catholic Population . 

Total Population 


1881 


1891 


1901 


1911 


44.514 
5,038 


38,352 
4,622 


34,092 
3,499 


31.801 
3,026 


49,552 


42,974 


37,591 


34,827 



1920] DIOCESE OF WATERFORD AND LISMORE. 267 

XXI. DIOCESE OF WATERFORD AND LISMORE. 

Includes Waterfor-d and parts of Tipperary and Cork. 
Bishop Most Reverend BERNARD HACKETT. Consecrated 19th 
March, 1916. Succeeded Most Rev. Dr. Sheehan. Address Most 
Reverend Dr Hackett, Bishop's House, John's Hill, Waterford, 

DIOCESAN DIGNITARIES AND OFFICERS. 

Vicar -General Right Rev. Monsignor Archdeacon John Canon Power, 

P.P., Dungarvan. 
Vicars- Forane Very Rev. William H. Canon Sheeby, D.D., P.P., 

Carrick-on-Suir; Right Rev. Monsignor Walsh, D.D., P.P., Ss. Peter 

and Paul's, Clonmel ; Very Rev. Thomas F. Canon Furlong, P.P., 

Lismore. 
Bishop's Secretary Rev. Edmond Keohan. Address Bishop's House, 

John's Hill, Waterford. . 
Diocesan Inspector of Schools Rev. N. H. Power, St. John's College, 

Waterford. 

CHAPTER OF WATERFORD AND LISMORE. 

Dean Right Rev. Monsignor William J. Walsh, D.D., P.P., V.F., 
Ss. Peter and Paul's, Clonmel. 

Archdeacon Right Rev. Monsignor John Power, P.P., V.G., 
Dungarvan. 

Precentor Very Rev. Michael Sheehan, M.A., D.Ph., D.D., Patrick's 
College, Maynooth. 

Chancellor Very Rev. William H. Sheehy, D.D., P.P., V.F., Carrick- 
on-Suir. 

Treasurer Very Rev. Thomas F. Furlong, P.P., V.F., Lismore. 

PREBENDARIES. 

Kilbarmeadan Very Rev. Richard Dunphy, 1 J .P., Touraiieena. 

Donoughmore Very Rev. Philip Dunphy, P.P., Cappoquin. 

Corbally Very Rev. William Meagher, P.P., Tallow.' . 

Mora Very Rev. Patrick Spratt, P.P., St. Mary's, Clonmel. 

Kilro nan Vacant . 

St. Patrick's Very Rev. John Casey, P.P., Passage. 

Tullagliorton Very Rev. Denis Whelan, D.D., P.P., Kilsheelari. 

PARISHES IN WATERFORD AND LISMORE (39), PARISH 
PRIESTS AND CURATES. 

Parishes. Parish Priests. Curates. Post Towns. 

Trinity Within 'Bishop's Parish O'Connell, Wm., Waterford 

Adm. 

Crotty, Ml. 
O'Connor, John 



St. John's 



Dowley, M. Waterford 

Adm. 

Galvin, Thos. 
Dunphy, Nicholas 
Hallinan, Patrick 
Rea, Joseph 



268 



CATHOLIC REGISTRY. 



[1920 



Parishes. 


Parish Priests. Curates. Post Towns. 


St. Patrick's 


Cheasty, Maurice Skally, B ^rnard Waterford 


TrinityWithout, 


Prendergast. O'Donoghue, T. Waterford 


Ballybricken 


Edmond Coghlan, Thomas 




Gibbons, Thos. 




Carroll, Mthw. [garvan 


Abbeyside 


Byrne, Patrick Conway, Henry Abbeyside, Dun- 


Aglish 


Walsh, D. F. Kearney, Patk. Aglish, Cappoq'n. 




Meskel, Peter Ballinameela, Cap- 




pagh, Co- Waterford 


Ardfinnan 


Walsh, Michael English, Edmund Ardfinnan, Cahir 




Callanan, Michael Co. Tipperary 


Ardmore 


Everard, James Morrissey, Danl. Ardmore, 




Youghal 


Ballyduff 


Fitzgerald, P. F. Roche, John Ballyduff, S.O. 


Bally looby 


Mockler, Richd. Mulcahy, James Ballylooby, Co. 




Morrissey, Ml. Tipperary 


Ballyneale 


Power, Michael Wall, Thomas Ballyneale, Car- 




rick-on-Suir 




Fitzgerald, Thos. Grangemockler, 




Carrick-on-Suir 


Ballyporeen 
Cahir 


Keating, Patk. Murphy, Patrick Ballyporeen 
Power, Robert Burke, Wm. P. Cahir, Co. Tip- 




Meskell, Richard perary 


Cappoquin 


Dunphy, Philip, Gleeson, John Cappoquin 




Canon 


Carrickbeg 


Ormond,Wm.,,4dra. Carrickbeg 


Carrick-on-Suir . 


Sheehy, William, O'Shea, John M. Carrick-on-Suir 




D.D., Canon, O'Byrne, Michael 




V.F. McCarthy, John 


Clashmore 


Mockler, Thos. Clashmore, Kin- 




salebeg, Youghal 




Flynn, Wm. Clashmore, Kin- 




salebeg, Youghal 


Clogheen .! 


O'Donnell, Wm. Coffey, Jerome Clogheen 




O'Mahony, Wm. 


Clonmel, Ss. 


Walsh, W. J., Ryan, William Clonmel 


Peter & Paul's 


Dean, D.'D., Walsh/William 




V.F., Mgr. 




Kehoe, William Clonmel 


Clonmel, St. 


Spratt, Patrick, Walshe, James 


Mary's 


Canon Hearn, Pierse 




M'Grath, Fras. 


Dungarvan 


Power, John, Walshe, Michael Dungarvan 




Monsignor Egan, Laurence 




Arch., V.G. Hearne, Mce. F. 


Dunhill 


Power, Martin Crotty. John Dunhill, Tramore 


Kilgobinet 


Condon, Andrew Hackett, Michael Dungarvan 


Kilrossanty 


Kirwan, James Murray, M. J. Kilrossanty, Kil- 




macthomas 


Kilsheelan 


Whelan, Denis, Warren, John Kilsheelan 




Canon, D.D. 



1920] 



DIOCESE OF WATERFORD AND LISMORE. 



269 



Parishes. 


Parish Priests. 


Curates. 


Post Towns. 


Knockanore 


Lonergan, Patk. 




Kno ckanore, 








Tallow 






O 'Gorman, Thos. 


Templemichael, 








Youghal 


Lismore 


Furlong,Thos. F. 


Murphy, John 


Lismore 




Canon, V.F. 


Galviii, Henry 




Modeligo 


Henebery, Jas. 


Synnott, Henry 


Cappagh, Co. 








Waterford 


Newcastle 


Moran, % Thos. 


M'Eneiry, John J. 


Ballymacarbery, 






McGrath, Denis 


Clonmel 


Newtown 


O'Donnell, John 


Nugent, James 


Kill, Kilmacthomas 






Walsh, Timothy 


Kilmacthomas 


Passage 


Casey, John 




Harbour View, 




Canon 




Rossduff, Waterford 






Burke, Nicholas 


Dunmore E, 






Sheehy, Patrick 


Passage E. 


Portlaw 


Prendergast, F. 




Kilmeadan 






Shine, Philip 


Portlaw 






Walsh, Peter 




Powerstown 


Cusack, Philip 


Norris, Michael 


Clonmel 


Rathgormack 


Wall, James 


Burke, Patrick 


Rathgormack, 






Dwan, James 


Carrick-on-Suir 


Ring 


Ormond, Laur.^ 


Cullinane. John 


Ring, Dungarvan 


Stradbally 


Lennon, John 


Burke, Wm. 


Stradbally, Kil- 






Dowley, M. 


macthomas 


Tallow 


Meagher, Wm., 


Foley, John 


Tallow 




Canon 






Tooraneena 


Dunphy, Richd. 


Maher, J., A dm. 


Ballinamult, S.O. 




Canon 


Dowley, John H. 


Co. W T aterford 


Tramore 


Walsh, Nicholas 


O'Neill, Patrick 


Tramore 






O'Brien, Thomas 





PUBLIC AND CHARITABLE INSTITUTIONS IN THE 
DIOCESE. 



Workhouses. Chaplains. 

Waterford, Rev. Martin Dowley. 
Adm. ; Rev. Patrick Hallinan. 

Carrick-on-Suir, Very Rev. Canon 
Sheehy, D.D., P.P., V.F. 

Clogheen,Hev. Wm.O'Donnell,P.P. 

Clonmel, Very Rev. Canon Spratt, 
P.P. 

Dungarvan, Right Rev. Monsignor 
Canon Power, P.P., V.G. 

Kilmacthomas, Rev. John O'Don- 
nell, P.P. 

Lismore, Very Rev. Thos. Canon 
Furlong. 



Prisons. Chaplains. 

Waterford, Very Rev, Edward 

Prendergast. 
Clonmel, Right Rev. Monsignor 

Dean Walsh, P.P., V.F. 
Lunatic Asylums. Chaplains. 
Waterford, Rev. Martin Dowley, 

Adm. 

Clonmel, Rev. J. Walsh, C.C. 
Military Barracks. Chaplains. 
Waterford, Very Rev. Edmond 

Prendergast. 
Clonmel, Right Rev. Monsignor 

Dean Walsh, P.P., V.F. 



270 CATHOLIC REGISTRY. [1920 

Charitable Institutions. Chaplains. 

Fanning Institution, Waterford . . Rev. Michael Grotty, C.C. 

^v. Michael Power 



RELIGIOUS ORDERS AND CONGREGATIONS IN THE 
DIOCESE. 

AUGUSTINIANS. 

Dungarvan Very Rev. E. O'Leary, Prior ; Rev. James F. Thompson, 
Sub-Prior ; Rev. C. T. Cowman, Bursar ; Rev. J. A. Donnelly, 
Sacristan. 

DOMINICANS. 

Waterford Very Rev. J. R. Kieran, Prior ; Rev. B. Duggaii, S.T.B. ; 
Rev. John McGovern ; Rev. Fr. Keane. 

FRANCISCANS. 

Waterford Very Rev. Richard O'Connor, Guardian ; Rev. P. A. 

Keating, Rev. R. F. Chambers, Rev. J. J. Kelly. 
Carrickbeg Very Rev. T. O'Grady, Guardian ; Rev. T. F. Rossiter, 

Vicar. Confraternity attached to Church, Third Order of St. 

Francis. 
Clonmel Very Rev. Benignus Gannon, Guardian. Rev. Aiden 

Roberts, Vicar. Rev. Ferdinand O'Leary, Rev. Mark Connaughton. 

Confraternity of the Cord, Third Order of St. Francis. 

CISTERCIANS. 

Mount Melleray Abbey, Cappoquin Right Rev. Maurus O'Phelan, Lord 
Abbot. Community, 72, of whom 25 are Priests. 

ORDER OF CHARITY. 

St. Joseph's Monastery, Ferryhouse, Clonmel Rector, Rev. John J, 
Lyons. Chaplains, Rev. Timothy Buckley, Rev. Peter Scully. 
Industrial School of 170 boys. 

MONASTERIES OF BROTHERS. 

CHRISTIAN BROTHERS. 

Waterford Mount Sion Director, Rev. Brother M. A. Nolan ; 
Chaplains, Parochial Clergy. Pupils, 1,190. 

Waterford Waterpark College, Newtown Director, Rev. Brother 
J. L. Rice. Students, 150. 

Carrick-on-Suir Director, Rev. Brother J. S. Tynan. Pupils in 

Collegiate School, 120 ; other pupils, 265. 

Clonmel St. Mary's Director, Rev. Brother M. B. Gibson. Pupils, 250- 
Do. High School and SS Peter and Paul's Director, Rev. Bro- 

M. P. Duggan. Pupils, 450. 

Dungarvan Director, Rev. Brother J. A. Moloney. Pupils, 310. 
Lismore Director, Rev. Brother S. A. Ryan. Pupils, 150. 
Tramore Director, Rev. Brother E. I. Quinn. Pupils, 200. 



1920] DIOCESE OF WATERFORD AND LISMORE. 271 

BROTHERS OF THE CHRISTIAN SCHOOLS (DE LA SALLE). 

Waterford Patrick Street Superior, Brother Lawrence. Coin- 
unity, 8. Brothers have charge of the Monastery Schools, Stephen 
Street ; 720 pupils. Special Classes for King's Scholarship Examina- 
tions, Civil Service, etc. 

CONVENTS OF NUNS. 
PRESENTATION CONVENTS. 

Waterford Superioress, Mrs. M. Philomena. Community," 27. 

Chaplains, Parochial Clergy. Large Schools. 
Carrick-on-Suir Superioress, Mrs. M. Ita Hartry. Community, 29. 

Chaplains, Parochial Clergy. Pupils, 585. Also ,a Night School 

and an Industrial Department in which girls are employed at 

Shirtmaking, Hosiery, and Irish Crochet. 
Clonmel Superioress, Mrs. M. Evangelist Maher. Community, 28. 

Chaplains, Parochial Clergy. Number on roll?, 380 pupils. 
Dungarvan Superioress, Mrs. M. De Sales Kinahan. Community, 21. 

Chaplains, Parochial Clergy. Pupils, 350. Classes for Stenography 

and Typewriting conducted by the Community. Intermediate School. 
Lismore Superioress, Sister M. Brendan. Community, 21. Pupils on 

rolls, 245. Intermediate Class. Girls' Club. Evening School. 

Sodalities Director, Very Eev. Thomas F. Canon Furlong, P.P., 

V.F. Chaplains, Parochial Clergy. 

CONVENT OF THE LITTLE SISTERS OF THE POOR. 

Waterford Manor Hill Superioress, Sister Agnes Marie. Community, 
22. Chaplain, Rev. John O'Donnell, Manor Hill. Home for the Aged, 
CONVENT OF THE GOOD SHEPHERD. 

Waterford The Community have charge of a Magdalen Asylum ; also 
of an Industrial School. Chaplain, Rev. Joseph Rea. Altar 
Breads sent by post ; beds upholstered. 

CONVENTS OF SISTERS OF CHARITY. 

Waterford Superioress, Mother C. Carbery. Community, 20. Chap- 
lain, Rev. B. Skally, C.C. (St. Patrick's). Pupils, 750. Orphanage 
of 70 children. 

Clonmel Ss. Peter and Paul's Superioress, Mother Rosalie Coyle. Com- 
munity, 19. Chaplains, Parochial Clergy. Pupils, National School, 
700. Orphanage of 50 to 60 children. Irish crochet and lace 
industry workers, 30. 

Tramore Redress, Mother M. Matthias Murphy. Community, 10, 
Chaplains, Parochial Clergy. Pupils, 270. Sick poor visited. 
Sodality of Children of Mary. Night Club for Girls. 

CONVENTS OF SISTERS OF MERCY. 

Cahir Superioress, Mrs. M. Cecilia Nolan. Community, 48.- Chap- 
lains, Parochial Clergy. Sisters have charge of Cahir National 
Schools (400 pupils) and a Preparatory School for Students pre- 
paring for entrance to National School Training Colleges ; Clogheen 
National Schools (180 pupils); Ballyporeen (211 pupils); Work- 
house School and Hospital, Clonmel ; and Hospital, Clogheen. 

Cappoquin Superioress, Mrs. M. J. Cullen. Community, 25. Pupils, 
175. Industrial School of 51 junior boys. Chaplains, Parochial Clergy. 

Ardmore, Youghal Local Superioress t Mrs. M. Gertrude Walshe. 



272 CATHOLIC REGISTRY. [1920 

Carrick-on-Suir Superioress, Mrs. M. Frances Hurley. Community, 43. 
Chaplains, Parochial Clergy. High School, 90 pupils ; and 
National School, 200. Sisters have charge of Workhouse Hospital 
and School ; St. Joseph's Residential Technical School, connected 
with Department, for dressmaking, shirtmaking, embroidery, lace- 
making, etc., in which extern girls are constantly employed. 

Dungarvan Superioress, Mrs. M. T. O'Farrell. Community, 38. Chap~ 
lains, Parochial Clergy. National School, 350. In connection with 
.the Schools there is an Industrial Department affording remunera- 
tive employment to young girls, which it is hoped will meet with 
encouragement from the Clergy and others interested in the pro- 
moting of Irish Industries. Instruction is given in various branches 
of Industry, viz. : Making of Vestments, Albs, Embroidery, Hand 
and Machine Knitting, Plain Sewing, Shirtmaking, etc., etc. Sisters 
have charge of Workhouse Hospital. A House of Mercy, for the 
Technical and Industrial Training of Girls has been recently opened 
in connection with this Convent. 

Kilmacthomas Superioress, Mother M. Joseph Hartnett. Community, 
17. Chaplains, Parochial Clergy. Pupils, 170. Sisters have charge 
of Workhouse Hospital. 

Portlaw Superioress, Mrs. M. Ignatius Healy. Community, 10. 
Chaplains, Parochial Clergy. Pupils, 220. 

Stradbally, Co. Waterford Superioress, Mrs. Margaret Mary Keene. 
Community, 18. Chaplains, Parochial Clergy. Pupils, 140. In- 
dustrial Department, where a number of girls are employed in 
making vestments, altar linens and dressmaking. Sisters have 
charge of Lismore Workhouse Hospital. 

Waterford Convent of Mercy of the Immaculate Conception. Supe- 
rioress, Mother M. Bernard Harney. Community, 36. Chaplains, 
Rev. Professors of St, John's College. Sisters have charge of St. 
Otteran's School, pupils, 500 ; the W T orkhouse Hospital, Waterford. 
Dunmore East, 100 pupils. 

URSULINE CONVENT. 

Waterford Superioress, Mrs. M. of the Sacred Heart Considine. 
Community, 76. Chaplain, Rev. David Power, 9 Pamell Street. 
Boarding School 94 pupils; Select Day Schools (125); National 
Schools (250) ; St. Ursula's College of Domestic Science, 24 students. 



LORETO CONVENT. 

Clonmel Superioress, Mrs. M. B. O'Brien. Community, 9. Chap- 
lains, Parochial Clergy. Select Day Schools, 100 pupils. 

CARMELITE CONVENT. 

Tallow Prioress, Mrs. M. A. O'Neill. Community, 15. Chaplains, 
Parochial Clergy, Primitive observance. 



1920] DIOCESE OF WATERFORD AND LISMORE. 273 

CONVENT OF SISTERS OF ST. JOHN OF GOD. 

Waterford Superioress, Mrs. M. Columba Hoynes. Community, 29. 
Chaplains, Rev. Professors of St. John's College. Pupils, 190. The 
Sisters devote themselves to nursing the sick in their own homes ; 
they have also charge of Fever Hospital, and Holy Ghost Hospital. 

Waterford St. John's College. Missionary Sisters of St. Joseph. 
Superioress Mother M. Paul. Community, 5. 

CONVENT OF BON SAUVEUR SISTERS. 

Carriglea, Dungarvan Superioress, Soeur Mathilde Cros. Community, 
17. Chaplain, Rev. John Quann, Carriglea. Sisters have charge 
of a Private Lunatic Asylum for Ladies of the upper class. 

CONVENT OF ST. JOSEPH OF CLUNY. 

Portia^ The Sisters of St. Joseph of Cluny, Woodloch Convent. 
Superioress, Mother Anne Marie. Community, 19. Chaplains, 
Parochial Clergy. The Sisters have charge of a Ladies' Boarding 

Residence. 

INDUSTRIAL SCHOOLS AND REFORMATORIES. 

St. Joseph's Industrial School, Ferryhouse, Clonmel Conducted by 

the Fathers of the Order of Charity. 170 boys. . 
St. Dominick'S Industrial School, Waterford Conducted by the Nuns 

of the Good Shepherd. 160 girls. Knitting, Crochet, Needlework, 

Scapulars and Habits for the Dead supplied. 
Industrial School, Cappoquin Conducted by the Nuns of the Order 

of Our Lady of Mercy. 51 junior boys. 

EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS IN THE DIOCESE. 

COLLEGES AND SUPERIOR SCHOOLS. 

St. John's College, Waterford Under the immediate supervision of 
The Lord Bishop ; for Ecclesiastics for Home and Foreign 
Missions. President, Rev. W. Byrne, S.T.L. Deans, Rev. P. A. 
Hackett and Rev. John Keating, B.A. Professors, Revs. W. Byrne, 
S.T.L., John O'Kelleher, S.T.L., B.C.L., William H. Coffey, S.T.L., 
B.C.L., Nicholas Power, Edward Nagle, S.T.L. , Patrick Hackett, 
Edmond Keohan, John Keating, B.A. ; Messrs. John Lane, and 
M. Bigas. 

Mount Melleray Seminary, attached to the Cistercian Abbey of Mount 
Melleray and conducted by the Fathers of the Monastery, 

Christian Brothers' College, Waterpark, Waterford Principal, Rev. 
Brother J. L. Rice. 

St. Augustine's Seminary, Dungarvan Day and Boarding School. 
Very Rev. C. T. Cowman, O.S.A., Rector. 

Christian Brothers' High School, Clonmel Principal, Rev. Brother 
M. P. Duggan. 



274 



CATHOLIC REGISTRY. 



[1920 



St. Joseph's House, Boarding School, Ursuline Convent, Waterford 

Community, 75. Over 94 pupils. Chaplain, Rev. David Power, 

9 Parnell Street, Waterford. 
St. Anne'S High School (Day School), Ursuline Convent, Waterford. 

Over 125 pupils. 
Select Day Schools Loreto Convent, Clonmel. Convent of Mercy, 

Carrick-on-Suir. 



TRAINING COLLEGES. 

De la Salie Training College, Newtown, Waterford Principal, Brother 
Philip, B. Sc. Lond. Rev. John Walsh, Chaplain. 



COLLEGE OF DOMESTIC SCIENCE. 

St. Ursula's College Of Domestic Science, Ursuline Convent, Waterford, 
Opened October 1st, 1904. 

Societies Of St. Vincent de Paul at Waterford, Carrick-on-Suir, 
Clonmel, Dun gar van, Tramore. 



Bishop 

Parish Priests 

Administrators . 

Curates and Chaplains 

Collegiates 

Regulars 

Parishes 



SUMMARY. 



i 

37 

4 
74 

7 

46 
39 



Churches and Chapels 
College (Ecclesiastical) 
Houses of Regular Clergy 
Monasteries of Brothers 
Convents of Nuns 
Abbey 



77 
1 
6 

10 

29 

1 



Catholic Population 
Non-Catholic Population . 

Total Population 


1881 


1891 


1901 


1911 


148,480 
8,221 


128,459 
7,426 


117,164 
6,784 


113,002 
6,533 


156,701 


135,885 


123,948 


119,535 



1920] t ARCHDIOCESE OF TUAM. 275 

PROVINCE OF TUAM. 

There are six Dioceses in this Province, viz. : Tuam, Achonry, Clonfert, 
Elphin ; the United Dioceses of Galway and Kilmacduagh, and Killala 

XXII. ARCHDIOCESE OF TUAM. 

Includes half Mayo, nearly half Galway, and part of Roscommon. 
Archbishop His Grace the Most Rev. THOMAS P. GILMARTIN, D.D. 
Consecrated 13th February, 1910 ; translated from the Diocese of 
Clonfert to the See of Tuam, in succession to Most Rev. Dr. HEALY, 
9th July, 1918. Address St. Jarlath's, Tuam. 

CHAPTER OF TUAM. 

Dean [Vacant]. 

Archdeacon Right Rev. Monsigiior Kilkenny, P.P., V.G., Claremorris. 
Precentor Very Rev. J. Canton, P.P., Athenry. 
Chancellor Very Rev. James Hennelly, P.P., Cong. 
Theologtan Very Rev. Thos. F. Canon Macken, P.P., V.F., Dunmore. 
Penitentiary Very Rev. Alexander Eaton, President, St. Jarlath's 
College, Tuam. 

PREBENDARIES. 

Killibegs Right Rev. Monsignor M'Alpine, P.P., V.G., Clifden. 
Kilmeena Very Rev. M. M'Donald, P.P., V.F., Newport. 
Lackagh Very Rev. John P. Canning, P.P., Ballyhaunis. 
BallaVery Rev. B. M'Andrew, P.P., Letterfrack. 
Kilmoylan Very Rev. James Curran, P.P., V.F., Cummer. 
Teac Saxon Very Rev. John Fallon, P.P., V.F., Castlebar. 
Kilmainemore Very Rev. E. A. D'Alton, V.F., LL.D. 
Faldoun Very Rev. James Canon Donnellan, D.D., Maynooth College. 

DIOCESAN DIGNITARIES AND OFFICERS. 

Vicars-General Right Rev. Monsignor Kilkenny, P.P., Claremorris ; 
Right Rev. Monsignor M'Alpine, P.P., Clifden. 

Officiates Right Rv. Monsignor Kilkenny, D.D., P.P. 

Vicars- Forane Very Rev. E. A. Canon D'Alton, LL.D., P.P., Ballin- 
robe; Very Rev. T. F. Canon Macken, P.P., Dunmore; Very Rev. John 
Canon Fallon, P.P., Castlebar ; Very Rev. Michael Canon M'Donald, 
P.P., Newport , Very Rev. Jas. Canon Curran, P.P., Cummer. 

Chancellor of Curia Dioecesana Very Rev. James Canon Curran, P.P., 
Cummer. 

I 7 ice- Chancellor of Curia Dioecesana Rev. Owen Hannon, Adm. 5 Tuam. 

Promotor Justitiae Very Rev. Thomas F. Canon Macken, P.P., 
V.F., Dunmore. 

Defensor Vinculi Very Rev. John Canon Fallon, P.P., V.F. 

Synodal Examiners and Judges and Consulting Parochi The Vicars 
General ex officio ; Very Rev. Thomas F. Canon Macken, P.P.: Very 
Rev. Edward A. Canon D'Alton, LL.D., P.P.; Very Rev. James 
Canon Hennelly, P.P.; Very Rev. James Canon Curran P.P.; Very Rev. 
John Canon Fallon, P.P. and Very Rev. Alexander Canon Eaton, 
B.D., President, St. Jarlath's College, Tuam. 

Diocesan Examiner of Schools Rev. Michael J. Daly, S.T.L., B.A., St. 
Jarlath's, Tuam. 

Archbishop's Secretary Rev. Joseph S. Walsh, B.D., M.A. 

Notarius Rev. Michael J. MacHugh, E.P., Crossboyne. 



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PARISHES IN 
Parishes. 

Tuam 

Aughaval 



Abbey knockmoy 
Achill 



Addergoole and 

Liskeevey 
Aghamore 

Aglish, B'yhean 
and Breaghwy 



Annagh 

Annaghdown 
Aran Island 

Athenry 

Aghagower 
Balla and Man- 

ulla 
Ballynakill 

Innisboffin 
Ballinrobe 

Ballyovey 
Bekan 

Burriscarra and 

Ballintubber 
Boyounagh 
Burrishoole 

Clare Island 
Cong and Neale 

Crossboyne and 

Tagheen 
Donaghpatrick 

and Kilcoona 



TUAM (56), PARISH PRIESTS AND CURATES. 
Parish Priests Curates. Post Towns. 

Archbishop's Hannan, O., Adm. Tuam 
Parish Lynch, F. 

Moane, P. J. 
do. ' CanavanR. A dm. Westport 

Patterson, P. 

Burke, J. A. 

Lyons, Laurence Lecanvey, Westport 
Heany. James Abbey, Ballyglunin 

Heaney, W. Monivea,AtHenry 

Colleran, M. Moran, A. Achill Sound 

Canavan, B. Bunacurry, Achill 

Joyce, P. Keel, Achill 

Diskin, Michael Hughes, M. Milltown, Tuam 

Godfrey, J, 
Molloy, P. Garvey, P. Aughamore 

Walsh, J. 

Fallon, John, Prendergast, J. P. Castlebar 
Canon V.F. Biggins, James 

Meehan, John, 
B.D..B.C.L. 

G. J. Prendergast 
Canning, John P., Greally, John Ballyhaunis 

Canon M'Evilly, M. [way 

Hosty, T. Waldron, P. Drumgrimn, Gal- 

Farraher, Mur. O'Donnell, M. Aran Island, do. 

Murphy, Martin 
Canton, Joseph, M'Gough, E. Athenry 

Canon Lynch, Thomas [port 

Flatley, John MacHugh, P. J. Aghagower,West- 
Reidy, Thos. Eaton, B. Balla [bar 

Nicholson, B. Belcarra, Castle- 
M'Andrew,Barth, Kelly, W. Letterfrack, Gal- 

Canon Cusack, P. way 

Neary,John,-4c?m. Boffin, Co. Gal way 

B'Alton, E. A., Noone, J., B.D. Ballinrobe 

Canon, LL. D.,V.F. Kelly, W. 

O'Malley, Thos. Heany, J. 
O'Malley. J. Lavelle, E. 

Mullarkey, J, 
O'Connell, Michl. Gibbons, J. 

Jennings, J. 

Heaney, Thos. O'Reilly, John 
M'Donald, M., Brett, P. 

Canon, V.F. Campbell, Jas. 



Hennelly, Jas., Carney, M. 



Canon 
M'Hugh, M. 

Heany, M. 



Prendergast, J, 
Higgins, E. 

Heavey, J. M. 



Partry, Ball'robe 
Ballyhaunis 
Logboy, Ballyhaunis 
Bally glass 
Ayle, Westport 
Glenamaddy, Cast'rea 
Newport, Mayo 
Mullarany, Mayo 
Clare Island,West- 
Cong [port 

The Neale, Cong 
Crossboyne, 

Claremorris 
Headford 



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277 



Parishes. Parish Priests. Curates. 


Post Towns. 


Dunmore 


Macken, T. F., O'Toole, A. 


Dunmore 




Canon, V.F. White, Chas. 


Co. Gal way 


Islandeady 


M'Loughlin,Paul Whelan, E. 


Dooleague P.O., ^ 






Castlebar 


Keelogues 


O 'Flaherty, P. Egan, Edward 


Keelogues, Castlebar 


Kilbride 


[Vacant] 


Leenane 




Killeen, Thos. 


Finney, Clonbur 


Kilcolman 


Kilkenny, Patk., Coyne, James 


Claremorria 




Arch., D.D., V.G. Diskin, Wm. 




Kilcommon and 


Begley, John Kilgariff, Jas. 


Hollymount 


Robeen 


Morrin, Richard 


Robeen, Hollymount 


Kilconly & Kilbannon 


O'Dea, John Browne, Wm. 


Kilconly, Tuam 


Kilmeen 
Kilgeever 
Kilkerrin and 


Spelman, J. 
Healy, Thomas 
Colgan, P. 


Loughrea 
-Louisburgh 
Kilkerrin, Ballinasloe 


Clonberne 


Rhatigan, Wm. 


do. 




Waldron, John 


Clonberne 


Killeen 


Healy, John 


Carraroe, Co. Galway 


- 


MacEvilly, M. 


Tiernea, Lettermore 




Burke, Thomas 


Carraroe 


Killererin 


Keaveny, John Egan, Patrick 


Ballyglunin 


Killascobe 


Burke, John 


Menlough 




Murphy, Patrick 


Garbally, Menlough 


Killursa and 


Forde, Patrick Cunningham, C. 


Headford.Galway 


Killower 


Morley, M. 


Headford 


Kilmaine 


Loftus, J. Healy, M., Adm. 


Kiknaine 




Brett, T. 




Kilmeena 


Conroy, M. J. Walsh, M. 


Westporfc 


Kilmoylan and 


Curran, J '., Canon 


Cummer, Ballyglunin 


Cummer 


Varden, Peter 


Belclare, Tuam 


Kiltullagh 


MacDermott, F. Curran, Peter 


Ballinlough 




Loftus, M. 


Cloonfad, Ballyhaunis 


Kilvine 


Morris, T. Heany, J. 


Ballindine 


Knock 


Tuffy, J. J. O'Connor, M, 


Ballyhaunis 


Lackagh 


O'Malley, John 


Turloughmore 


Mayo and 


Murphy, M. Owens,T.A.,^4dw 


MayoAbbey,Ballygla9s 


Rosslea 






Moore 


Mylotte, J. 


Moore,Ballinasloe 




Hyland, John 


Clonfad, Ballinasloe 


Moylough and 


Glynn, Michael 


Mountbellew 


Mountbellew 


Mo ran, M. 


Moylough 


Moyrus 
Omey and Bal- 


M'Hugh, Michl. McHugh, Patk. 
M'Alpine, P., Hannon, Michl. 


Carna, Recess, Galway 
Clifden, Galway 


lindoon 


Monsgr., F.G'.jRyan, J. 


Errismore, Clifden 




Canon Adams, Martin 


Doone, Clifden 


Ross 


Mellett, Martin O'Grady, J. 


Clonbur, Cong 


Roundstone 


Donnellan, M. 


Roundstone, Galway 




Concannon, M. 


Cashel, Co. Galway 




Donnellan, P. 


Recess, Co Galway 


Spiddal 


Kelly, James Ruane, P. 


Spiddal, Galway 


Templetogher , 
Turlough 


Madden, P., ^dm.Burke, Jas. wiliiamstown,Ballymoe 
Burke, M. Park < Turlough, Cb'ar 
Gibbons. J. Pontoon.Foxford 




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PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS IN THE ARCHDIOCESE. 



Workhouses. Chaplains. 

BcUlinrobe Very Rev. E. A. 

D'Alton, P.P., V.F. 
Castlebar Very Rev. John Canon 

Fallen, P.P., V.F. 
Clarertiorris Right Rev. Mgr. 

Kilkenny, P.P., D.D., V.G. 
Clifdin Right Rev. Mgr. 

M'Alpine, P.P., V.G. 



Workhouses. Chaplains. 

Glenamaddy Rev. Thos. Heaney, 

P.P. 
Mountbellew Rev. Michael Glynn, 

P.P. 

Tuam Rev. O. Hannan, Adm. 
Westport Rev. R. Canavan, Adm. 

Co. Prison. Chaplain. 



Castlebar Vacant. 
Chaplain to Forces Rev. Captain M. J. Owens. 

RELIGIOUS ORDERS AND CONGREGATIONS IN THE 
ARCHDIOCESE. 

AUGUSTINIANS. 

AugUStinian Convent, Ballyhaunis Prior, Very Rev. M. O'Dwyer ; 
Rev. John Murphy ; Rev. Thomas Connolly. 

HOSPICE FOR INFIRM CLERGY, MOYNE PARK, BALLYGLUNIN, 
CO. GALWAY. 

The above Institution, under the patronage of the Catholic Bishops 
of Ireland and the management of the Fathers of the Order of St. 
Camillus de Lellis, is a home for retired priests. Standing in a beauti- 
fully wooded demesne in the heart of a highly picturesque and healthy 
country, it is distant just three miles from Ballyglunin Railway Station 
and five miles from Tuam. On receipt of due notice the Prefect will 
have any particular train met at Ballyglunin. A car or other vehicle 
can always be procured at Tuam. 

Every possible care and attention will be given to Guests at the 
Hospice. 

The Pension, arranged on easy terms with the sanction of the 
Bishops, will be payable quarterly in advance. 

Further particulars may be had on application to Rev. Paul Burrus, 
Prefect. 
Order Of St. Camillus. Prefect, Very Rev. Paul Burrus ; Rev. Seraphin 

Zichierie. Bursar, Rev. Jos. Lotigie ; Rev. Jos. Deisz. Brothers, 12. 

Christian Brothers, Tuom Director, Br. J. A. Browne 250 pupils 

Westport Director, Br. Lonergan 250 

Ballinrobe Direct or, Br. L. B.Ryan 180 
Letterfrack Director, Br. J. J. Mullan 150 
Brothers of the Christian Schools De la Salle, Castlebar Br. Director 
St. Patrick's Monastery, Castlebar. 



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279 



MONASTERIES OF THE THIRD ORDER REGULAR OF ST. FRANCIS. 

There are in this Diocese eleven monasteries of the Third Order Regular 
of St. Francis, the jurisdiction of which was transferred from the 
Provincial of the First Order to the Archbishop of Tuam, pro tern., 
in 1830, and lately confirmed and repeated by special Decree. 

A nnag hdown 

Br. Finbar Boland, Novice Master. 
Br. Patrick Grtleese, Superior. 
Chaplain Rev. M. J. Morris. 
Achill Br. Dominick Gavin, Supr. 
Brooklodge Br. Kieran Buckley, 

Superior. 

Clara Br. Austin Quigley, Supr. 
Clifden Br. Joseph Molloy, Supr. 
Cummer Br. Brendan Buckley, 

Superior. 
Errew Br. Fidelis Lynch, Supr M 



Farragher Br. 

Kilkerrin Br. Xavier Cosgrove, 

Superior. 
Kiltullagh Br. Chrysostom Cahir, 

Superior. 
Mountbellew Brother Jarlath 

Edwards, Superior- General. 
Bro. Joseph Daly, Superior. 

Chaplain Rev. John Loftus. 
Partry Br. Aloysius Farragher, 

Superior. 
Roundstone Br. Jos. Hanly,Swpr. 



The Novitiate of the Order is established at Annaghdown, under 
the special patronage of His Grace the Archbishop. The Community 
of each Monastery is devoted to the education of the poor 
children of the surrounding district. The average attendance of each 
school is about 60. There is a High-class Boarding School in Mount- 
bellew, and a new Agricultural School has also been opened, equipped 
with all modern requirements for agricultural education and practical 
farm work. 

Chaplain, Monastery, Mountbellew Rev. J. Loftus. 
Chaplain, Monastery, Annaghdown Rev. M. J. Morris. 
Chaplain, Nonastcry, Errew, Castlebar Rev. Richard Waters. 

ST. PATRICK'S TEMPERANCE LEAGUE OF THE WEST. 

(Archdiocese of Tuam Branch). 

1. The Committee, under -the control of the Archbishop, shall for 
tho coming three years consist of the Canons of the Archdiocese and 
the members of the'Father Mathew Union. 

2. The President shall convene the meetings of the Committee, 
regulate the proceedings thereof, and notify the results to all interested. 
He shall, moreover, be the Chief Treasurer of the funds collected for 
the work of the branch. 

3. The Very Rev. Francis M'Dermott, P.P., Ballinlough, shall be 
the President. 

PRESENTATION CONVENTS. 

Presentation Convent, Tuam Superioress, Mrs. Mary Catherine Storey. 
300 pupils attend the Schools. A Boarding School has also been 
established within the past few years. 
Presentation Convent, Headford Superioress, 
Presentation Convent, Athenry Superioress, Mrs. Mary of the 

Assumption Twomey. 
Presentation Convent, Keel, Achill Superioress, Mrs. Columba Gaffney, 



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CONVENTS OF THE SISTERS OF MERCY. 

Convent Of Sisters Of Mercy, Tuam Superioress, Mrs. M. Magdalen 
McDonnell. . Number in Community, 34. Day School, Boarding 
School, Intermediate School, and House of Mercy, Poorhouse 
Hospital. 400 pupils attend the schools. Special Classes in pre- 
paration for the different Training Colleges. 

Convent Of Sisters Of Mercy, Claremorris Superioress, Mrs. Raphael 
M'Dermott. Day School, Boarding School, Technical School, 
Classes for Cookery. Laundry and Lace-making. Visitation of 
the Poor by the Sisters. The Sisters have also opened a School 
of " Domestic Economy " in connection with the " Agricultural 
Board," and under the special patronage of His Grace the Arch- 
bishop of Tuam. Number in Community, 14. 

Convent Of Sisters Of Mercy, Westport Superioress, Mrs. M. Clare 
Cullen. Community, 34. Convent National School. Attendance, 
500. House of Mercjr, in which about 20 girls are taken free, and 
trained for various occupations. Classes in Cookery, Laundry, and 
Lace-making under the Technical Board. The Sisters visit the sick 
poor through the town, and in the Workhouse Hospital. 

Convent Of Sisters Of Mercy, Ballyhaunis (Branch House of Westport) 
Superioress, Mrs. Mary Evangelist Cronin. National Schools, 300 
pupils. 

Convent Of Sisters Of Mercy, Newport (Branch House of Westport) 
Superioress, Mrs. M. P. Glynn. National School, 200 pupils. Classes 
in Cookery and Lace-making. 

Convent Of Sisters Of Mercy, Achill (Branch House of Westport) 
Superioress, Mrs. M. Alphoiisus Heany. 

Convent Of Sisters Of Mercy, astlebar Superioress, Mrs. M. Teresa 
Ryan. Large Day Schools ; from 350 to 400 in attendance. 
Visitation of the Sick Poor, Prison Infirmary, Workhouse, etc. 
Community, 21. Technical School attached, where girls are taught 
Laundry Work, Cookery, also Lace Work and the making of Fine 
Underclothing. 

Convent Of Sisters Of Mercy, Ballinrobe Superioress, Mrs. Mary 
Vincent O'Donohoe. 

Convent Of Sisters Of Mercy, Clifden Superioress, Mrs. M. Clare Don- 
nellan. Large Industrial and Day Schools. St. Anne's Technical 
School for Girls. A Residential and Day School in connection with 
the Agricultural Board, and under the special patronage of His 
Grace the Archbishop of Tuam. 

Convent Of Sisters Of Mercy, Carna (Branch House of Clifden) Supe- 
rioress, Mrs. .M. A. Colgan. 

Convent of Our Lady of Mercy of the Most Holy Rosary, Louisburgh 
(Branch House of Tuam) Superioress, Mrs. Gertrude. Com- 
munity Sisters 4 ; Instruction, Visitation of the Sick, Knitting 
Industry. Chaplain, Rev. T. Healy. 



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EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS IN THE ARCH- 
DIOCESE. 

St. Jarlath'S College, Tuem President, Very Rev. Alexander Canon 
Eaton, B.D Professors Eev. D. Ryder, B.D.; Rev. S. Walsh, Rev. 
P. Kelly, Rev. J. Killeen, B.A., B.D., Dean; Rev. T. Gunnigan, 
B.A., B.D. ; Rev. J. O'Reilly, B.A., B.D.; Rev. J. R. Moran, M.A., 
Sch. ; Rev. Daniel Corcoran, B.A., B.D. ; J. B. Whelehan, Esq. ; 
Patrick Coogan, Esq.. B.A.; N. J. Hession, Esq., Professor of Music. 
Dr. T. B. Costello, Physician. 

Society Of African Missions, Apostolic College, Ballinafad Castlebar, 
Co. Mayo. Superior Very Rev. John Corcoran. Staff- Rev. 
John Levins, Director ; Rev. Fr. McNamara, Rev. John Higgins. 

African Missions, Kinnerry, Killavalla, Westport. SuperiorVery 
Rev. Thomas Hurst. Brother Thomas Hughes. 

CHARITABLE INSTITUTIONS IN THE ARCH- 
DIOCESE. 

Orphanages and Industrial Schools at Tuam, Westport, and Clifden, 
under Sisters of Mercy. 

Male Industrial SchOOl^Letterfrack, under the care of the Christian 
Brothers. An imposing building, with extensive grounds. 150 
certified inmates, room for 250. Superior, Brother J. J. Mullen. 



SUMMARY. 



Archbishop 
Parishes 
Parish Priests 
Administrators 
Curates 
Others 
Regular?! 
Total Priests 



56 

51 

7 

80 

15 

3 

156 



Churches . . .123 

Establishments of the Christian 



Brothers' Schools 
Franciscan Monasteries 
College 
Convents 

Hospice for Infirm Clergy 
African Missionary College 



4 
11 

1 

15 
1 
1 



Catholic Population 
Non-Catholic Population . 

Total Population 


1881 


1891 


1901 


1911 


238,150 
6,992 


212,977 
5,171 


193,768 
4,194 


184,419 
3,570 


245,142 


218,148 


197,962 


187,989 



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[1920 



XXIII. DIOCESE OF ACHONRY. 

Includes portions of Mayo, Sligo, and Roscommon. 
Bishop Most Rev. PATRICK MORRISROE, D.D. Consecrated 3rd Sept., 

1911. Succeeded the Most Rev. Dr. Lyster. Address St. Nathy's, 

Ballaghaderreen. 

DIOCESAN DIGNITARIES AND OFFICERS. 
Official Rt. Rev. E. Mgr. Conington, D.D., P.P., V.F. 
Consultors and Synodal Judges V en. Archdeacon O'Hara, P.P.; V. Rov. 

J. Canon Gunning. P.P.; V. Rev. P. Canon Mulligan, P.P.; V. Rev. 

J. Canon M'Donnell, P.P.; V. Rev. J. Canon O'Connor, P.P. 
Synodal Examiners Rt. Rev. E. Mgr. Conington, D.D. ; V. Rev. J. 

Canon Gunning, P.P.; V. Rev. M. Canon Keveney, P.P.; V. Rev. B. 

Canon Quinn, P.P.; V. Rev. J. Canon Daly. 
Parochi Consultores V. Rev. J. Canon O'Grady, P.P. ; V. Rev. Denis 

O'Hara, P.P. 
Vicars ForaneRt. Rev. E. Mgr. Conington, D.D., P.P. ; V. Rev. J. 

Canon Gunning, P.P. 
Secretary and Chancellor V. Rev. James Gallagher, Adm. 

CHAPTER. 

Dean Rt. Rev. Mgr. Conington, D.D., P.P., V.F., Swinford. 
Archdeacon The Ven. Roger O'Hara, P.P., Kilmovee. 
Chancellor V. Rev. M. Canon Keveney, P.P., Charlestown. 
Theologian V. Rev. J. Canon Gunning, P.P., Tubbercurry. 
Penitentiory V. Rev. P. Canon Mulligan, P.P., Curry. 
Canons V. Rev. J. Canon Daly, P.P., Achonry ; V. Rev. B. Canon 

Quinn. P.P., Ballymote ; V. Rev. J. Canon M'Donnell. P.P., Kil- 

lasser ; V. Rev. J. Canon O'Connor, P.P., Gurteen ; V. Rev. J. 

Canon O'Grady, P.P., .Bohola. 
Diocesan Inspector Rev.*P. Higgins The College, Ballaghadereen. 

PARISHES IN ACHONRY (22), PARISH PRIESTS AND CURATES. 



Parishes. 


Parish Priests. 


Curates. Post Towns. 


Castlemore and 


Bishop's Parish 


Gallagher, James, Ballaghaderreen 


Kilcolman 




Adm. 






O'Dowd, John 






Spelman, James 


Kilmacteige 


a 


Gildea,Chas.,^4dm. Tubbercurry 






Harte, William Aclare [curry 






Wims, Patrick Benada, Tubber- 


Achonry 


Daly,Jas.,D.D., 


Henry, Edward Achonry, Bally- 




Canon, P.P. 


mote 


Attymasa 


Henry, Walter 


Attymass,Ballina 


Ballysodare and 


Doyle, Michael 


Durcan, Michael Collooney 


Kilvarnat 






Bohola 


O'Grady, John, 


O'Hara, Michl. Bohola, Kil- 




Canon 


timagh 


Carracastle 


Mulligan, P. J. 


Boland, Patrick Carracastle 


Cloonacool 


Gunning, John, 


Burke, Felix Tubbercurry 




Canon 




Curry 


Mulligan, Philip, 


Henry,Louis,S.T.D. Curry, Co. Sligo 




Canon 


Callaghan, Peter 


Drumrat 


O'Grady, P. J. 


O'Connell, J. Ballymote 






Morrin, T. 



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283 



Parishes. 

Emlefad and 
Kilmorgan 

Kilconduff and 
Meelick 

Kilfree and 
Killaraght 
Kilgarvan 

Killasser 

Kilbehagh 

Killedan 

Kilmovee 

Killoran 

Kilshalvey, Kil- 
turra, and 
Cloonoghil 

Templemore 

Toomore 



Parish Priests. Curates. Post Towns. 

Quinn, Barthol., Gallagher,"!. M, Ballymote 

P.P., Canon 

Conington, E. H. Casey, P. J. Swinford 

D.D., Dean Connolly, Michl. 
Durcan, Anthony 



O'Connor, Jas., 
Canon 

M'Donnell, John 
Canon 
Keveney, Michl. 
Canon 


M'Keown, John 
Kieran, Anthony 

Jordan, James 
Gallagher, T.P., 
S.T.L., B.C.L. 


Gurteen, Bally- 
mote 
Bonniconlan, 
Ballina [ford 
Killasser, Swin- 
Killasser, Co. Mayo 
Charlestown 


O'Hara, Denis 

O'Hara, Roger, 
Archdeacon 
Devine, Matthew 

Quinn, T. H. 
Cawley, Peter 


O'Harte, Peter F 
O'Hara, Ed. 
Flynn, William 
Leonard, M. 

O'Donnell, R. 


Kiltimagh 

Kilmovee, Bal- 
laghadereen 
Coolaney, Co, 
oli go 
Bunenadden, 
Ballymote 
Kilavil, B'ymote 
Straid, Foxford 



Henry, Martin 



Gildea, Denis, 
B.D., B.L. 



Foxford 



PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS IN THE DIOCESE. 
WORKHOUSES. 

Swinford Rt. Rev. Mgr. Dean Conington, P.P., D.D., V.F., Chaplain. 
Tubbercurry Very Rev. Canon John Gunning, P.P., V.F., Chaplain, 

RELIGIOUS CONGREGATIONS IN THE DIOCESE. 

Convent Off Our Lady Of Mercy, Swinford Reverend Mother^ Mrs, 
Evangelist M'Carthy. Number in Community, 27. Chaplain, Rev. 
P. J. Casey. The Sisters have charge of the Workhouse, the Fever 
Hospital, and of the Parochial Schools. They have, in addition, a 
Technical School for the training of young girls in the various 
branches of Domestic Economy ; and a High Class Intermediate 
School for Boarders and Extern Pupils. 

Sisters Of Charity, Benada Abbey Roctress, Mother M. Imelda May. 
Number in Community, 16. Chaplain, Rev. P. Winns. Attend 
the Sick on the Mission. 200 school children. Industrial School, 
50 girls. Orphans, 40. 

Technical and Lace School, where employment is given to over 150 
girls in the making of Limerick, Carrickma cross, and Crochet Lace. 
Crochet, Buttons, Knitting, Wool Coats, Gloves, etc. Technical 
School, where girls are taught all branches of Domestic Science, 
Horticulture, Cookery, Laundry, Dairying, Dressmaking, Poultry- 
keeping, etc. 



284 CATHOLIC REGISTRY. [1920 

Sisters of Charity, Ballaghadereen, Convent of the Sacred Heart 

Redress, Mother Bride Coughlen. Community, 17. Industrial 
School and Orphanage, Parochial Schools, Intermediate and Tech- 
nical Classes, Shirt arid Hoisery Industry. Cottage Industries 
Sick Mission, 

Sisters Off Charity, Foxford Eectress, Mother M. Arsenius Morrogh 
Bernard. Chaplain, Rev. D. Gildea, C.C. . Community, 23. 
Convent National Schools, 200 children. To this Convent is attached 
the well-known " Providence Woollen Mills " which were started 
by the Sisters of Charity, April, 1892, to give employment to the 
Poor of the locality. Here are manufactured all classes of pure 
woollen materials (including serges, flannels, and blankets suitable 
for Convents and Institutions), also Clerical Cloths of various kinds. 
At present there are about 150 persons employed in the Mills. 

Sisters Of St. Louis, Kiltimagh Superioress, Mother R. Joseph 
O'Callaghan. Under the care of the Sisters, who are pre-eminently 
distinguished as educationalists, there is a Boarding School, in which 
young ladies are prepared for University, Intermediate, King's 
Scholarship, and other Examinations. Chaplain, Rev. Ed. O'Hara. 

Marist Sisters, Tubbercurry Superioress, Mother Gertrude. The 
Sisters have charge of the Parochial School and visit the Sick Poor. 
The District and Fever Hospitals are under their care. They have 
also an Intermediate Boarding School, where young ladies are pre- 
pared for Matriculation, Intermediate and other Examinations. 
Chaplain, Rev. F. Burke. 

Sisters of Mercy, Convent of the Holy Rosary, Ballymote Superioress, 
Sister Aidan Casey. Parochial Schools are in charge of the Sisters. 
Chaplain, Very Rev. B. Canon Quinn. 

Sisters of Mercy, Convent of Mount Carmel, Collooney Superioress, 
Sister Peter Coleman. Parochial Schools in charge of the Sisters. 
Chaplain, Rev. M. Doyle. 

EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS IN THE DIOCESE. 

The College, under the Bishop, at Ballaghadereen President, Rev. 
Hugh O'Donnell. Professors Rev. H. O'Donnell ; Rev. Ambrose 
Elaine, B.D. ; Rev. Eugene Forhan, B.D., B.A. ; Rev. Roger 
M'Carrick, B.A., B.Ph. ; G. F. Cullen, Esq.; T. O'Donnell, Esq.; 
J. Meade, Esq., B.Sc. 

Brothers Of the Christian Schools, Ballaghadereen Superior, Brother 
Philip. Pupils, 160. 

Boarding School for Young Ladies Sisters of St. Louis Convent of 
the Immaculate Conception, Kiltimagh. 

Primary Schools Catholic Primary Schools, under the Nuns at Swin- 
ford, Ballaghadereen, Foxford, Tubbercurry, Kiltimagh, Benada, 
Ballymote, and Collooney. Number of schools in parishes, under 
lay teachers, ranging from 20 to 4, according to area and population, 
in all, 201. 



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DIOCESE OF ACHONRY. 



285 



Two Industrial Schools (a) Managed by the Irish Sisters of Charity, 
Ballaghaderreen, and (6) the Irish Sisters of Charity, Benada. 

Technical Schools under the care of the Irish Sisters of Charity, Bal- 
laghadereen, Foxford, and Benada ; the Sisters of Mercy, Ballymote 
and Swinford, and under the Sisters of St, Louis, Kiltimagh, 



Bishop 
Parishes . 
Parish Priests 
Administrators 
Curates 
Professors 



SUMMARY. 



i 

22 
20 

2 
25 

4 



Chapels and Churches 

Convents 

With a Branch House of the 
Sisters of Mercy in Swin- 
ford Union. 



41 

8 



Catholic Population 
Non-Catholic Population . 

Total Population 


1881 


1891 


1901 


1911 


101,456 
3,034 


89,545 
2,734 


80,553 
2,242 


76,983 
1,927 


104,490 


92,279 


82,795 


78,910 



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[1920 



XXIV. DIOCESE OF CLONFERT. 

Includes portions of Galway, Roscommon, and King's County. 

Bishop Moat Rev. Thomas O'Doherty. Consecrated 14th September. 
1919. Succeeded the Most Rev. Dr. Gilmartin, translated to Taam, 
Address St. Brendan's, Loughrea. 



PARISHES IN CLONFERT (24), PARISH PRIESTS AND CURATES. 



Parishes. 


Parish Priests. 


Curates. 


Post Towns. 


Loughrea 


Bishop's Parish 


Molony, T. 


Loughrea 




Heagney, J.J., 








Adm. 






Tynagh 


Bowes, B. 


Larkin, Thos. 


Tynagh, 


Abbey gorma can 


Meagher, Rodk. 




Loughrea 
Mullagh, Kilricle, 


and Killoran 


Ryan, ML, Adm. 




Loughrea 






O'MearayD. 


Killoran, Ballina- 








sloe 


Aughrim and 


Coghlan, Daniel 




Aughrim, 


Kilconnell 






Ballinasloe 






Broderick, M. 


Kilconnell, 








Ballinasloe 


Ballymacward & 


Pelly, J. A. 


O'Loughlin, P. J. 


Ballymacward, 


Clonkeenkerril 




O'Donohoe, M. 


Ballinasloe 


Ballynakill 


Larkin, M. 


O'Farrell, M. C. 


Ballinakill, 









Loughrea 


Woodford 


Bowes, John 


Nagle, P. 


Dooscaun, 


Bullaun, Grange 






Woodford 


and Killaan 


Gormally, John 




New Inn, 


Clonfert, Dona- 






Woodlawn 


naghta, and 


Leahy, Martin 


Leahy, P. 


Eyrecourt 


Meelick 




O'Connor, M. 




Clontuskert 


Fallen, John F. 




Clontuskert, 








Ballinasloe 


Creagh and 
Kilclooney 


Joyce, T. J., 
V.F., Adm. 


Naughton, T. 
Madden, J., B.A. 


Ballinasloe 






Heenan. J. P. 




Duniry and 


Egan, Patrick 




Duniry,Loughrea 


Kilnelahan 




Dignan, J., D.D.. 


Abbey.Loughrea 




Adm. 





1920] 



DIOCESE OF CLONFEKT. 



287 



Parishes. 

Fahy and Kil- 

quain 
Fohenagh and 

Kilgerrill 
Kilconickny, 

Kilconieran, 

and Lickerrig 
Kilcooley and 

Leitrim 
Killalaghtan 

and Kilrickill 



Killimorbologue 
and Tiranascragh 
Killimordaly 

and Kiltullagh 
Kilmaliiioge and 

Lickmolassy 
Kilnadeema and 

Kilteskill 
Kiltormer and 

Oghill 

Lusmagh 
Taghmacon nell 



Parish Priests. 

Mahoii, Comls. 



Curates. 



Kelly, Patrick 

O'Farrell, Patk. Clarke, John 

Spellman, James 
Fahy, Joseph 

Mockler, J, 

Callanan, John P, Tuohy, M. 
Harney, John 



Dunne, T. 

Bowes, Thomas 
Brennan, H., 

Adm. 
Xohilly, Thomas 

Pelly, Joseph M. 



Melvin, Thos. 
Porter, T. 
Callanan, R. 



Post Towns. 

Fahy, Eyrecourt 

Fohenagh, 
Ahascragh 

Carrabane, 
Athenry 

Leitrim, 

Loughrea 
Cappatagle, 

Ballinasloe 
Kilricle, 

Loughrea 
Killimore, 

Ballinasloe 
Kiltulla, Athenry 
Attymon, Athenry 
Portumna 

Killeenadeonn, 

Loughrea 
Laurencetown, 

Ballinasloe 

Lusmagh, 

Banagher 
Taghmaconnell, 

Ballinasloe 



PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS IN THE DIOCESE. 

Workhouses. Chaplains. Workhouse. Chaplain. 

Loughrea Rev. T. Dunne, Adm. \ Portumna 
Ballinasloe Very Rev. T. J. Joyce,! 
V.F., Adm. 

Military Chaplains Rev. D. M'Hugh, A. and S. Highland Division. 
Rev. T. J. O'Connor, B.A. 4 10th Division. Rev. J. K. O'Neill, 
Egyptian Exped. 

Lunatic Asylum, Ballinasloe Chaplain, Very Rev. T. J. Joyce, V.F. 



RELIGIOUS ORDERS AND CONGREGATIONS IN THE 
DIOCESE. 

DISCALCED CARMELITES. 

Carmelite Fathers' Novitiate, The Abbey, Loughrea Very Rev. Benedict 
Lisundia, Prior. Rev. Andrew Kenny, Master of Novices and Sub- 
Prior. Revs. Jerome O'Connell, Stanislaus Fordo, Vincent Finnerty, 
Clement O'Looney, Francis Barry, Columba Burke, Anthony Cagney. 



288 CATHOLIC DIRECTORY. [1920 

REDEMPTORISTS. 

dt. Patrick's, Esker, Athenry Very Rev. Denis Turner, Rector. Rev, 
Eugene J. O'Donnell, Rev. Daniel Tierney, Rev. Edward O'Connor. 
Rev. James Coogan, Rev. Michael Curran, Rev. Timothy O'Twomey. 
Rev. William Nolan, Rev. P. Sampson. Rev. J. McHugh. Rev. T. 
Cassin, Rev. P. Kelly, Rev. Ulic Cronin, Rev. W. Treacy, Rev. 
Rev. Albert Keatinge, Rev. Henry Potter, Rev. P. Carroll, Rev. A. 
Feighery. Applications for Missions and Retreats to be made to 
the Father Rector. 

CONVENTS OF OUR LADY OF MERCY. 

St. Raphael's Convent of Our Lady of Mercy, Loughrea Mrs. Aloysius 
Byrne, Rev. Mother. Day Schools, 350 pupils. Commercial Classes, 
King's Scholarship Preparatory Class. Intermediate School, Indus- 
trial School, and Technical School. 

St. Gabriel's Convent of our Lady of Mercy, Ballinasloe Mrs. B. Kelly, 
Superioress. Day School, 480 pupils. King's Scholarship Prepara- 
tory Class. Industrial School. The Sisters also have an Inter- 
mediate School. 

St. Joseph's Convent Of Mercy, Portumna Mrs. M. Benignus Cussen, 
Superioress. Day Schools, 200 pupils. Technical School for Girls. 
Residential and Day School. 25 Residential Scholarships Subjects, 
Cookery, Laundry, Needlework, Household Management, Hygiene, 
Dairying, Poultry-keeping, and Gardening. 

St. Ann's Convent Of Mercy, Woodford Mrs. M. Borgia Read, 
Superioress. Day School, 120 pupils. 

St. Brendan's Convent Of Mercy, Eyrecourt Mrs. M. Celestine Dooley, 
Superioress. Day School, 132 pupils. 

St. Patrick's Hospital, Loughrea Mrs. M. Lelia Jennings, Superioress. 

St. Michael's Hospital, Ballinasloe Mrs. M. Imelda Croker, Superioress. 

St. Vincent's Hospital, Portumna Mrs. M. Ignatius Dillon, Superioress. 

The Sisters of Mercy in the Diocese number 90 professed, and 3 novices. 

CONVENT OF CARMELITE NUNS. 

Convent Of Carmelite Nuns, Loughrea Prioress, Mrs. Greene. Sixteen 
Professed Religious, living up to the primitive rule. Chaplains, 
The Carmelite Fathers. 

EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS IN THE DIOCESE. 

St. Joseph's College, The Pines, Ballinasloe Rector, Very Rev. T. 

Dempsey, M.A. (Hons.). Professors Rev. T. Dempsey, M.A., B.D. 

(Hons.); Rev. J. Cogavin, B.A. ; Rev. T. Glennon, M.A., B.D. ; 

Rev. G. Egan ; Rev. J. J. Madden, B.A. ; Joseph M'Kenna, 

B.A. ; J. F, Fitzgerald, B.A. Seumas O'Murchadha, and L. 

Sheridan, L.I.S.M. Twenty-seven Scholarships open to competition. 
St. Michael's Technical School, Ballinasloe Superintendent, M. J. 

Glennon, C.R.A. Carpentry and Building Construction W. J. 

Martin, Commercial Subjects, M. J. Glennon, C.R.A. Domestic 

Science Subjects, Miss D. Connaughton. Introductory Course, W. 

Ward. Secretary to County Technical Instruction Committee, W. 

G. Fogarty, Courthouse, Galway, 



1920] 



DIOCESE OF CLONFERT. 



289 



St. Raphael's, Loughrea, Intermediate Boarding and Day School for 
Girls. Sisters of Mercy, assisted by Miss M'Cabe, M.A. Hons. 

St. Mary's Technical School for Girls, Portumna A Residential and 
Day School ; 25 residential Scholarships. Subjects Cookery, 
Laundry, Needlework, Household Management, Hygiene, Dairying, 
Poultry-keeping, Gardening. 

Primary Schools There are large and highly efficient schools under 
the Nuns in Loughrea, Ballinasloe, Portumna, Eyrecourt, and 
Woodford. The numbers on rolls in these schools respectively are 
335, .480, 200, 120, and 160. The Parochial Schools, under lay 
teachers, are nearly equal to the wants of the population. 

Industrial Schools. Loughrea certified for 112 ; Ballinasloe for 60. 

The Sisters of Mercy have charge of the Hospitals in the Poorhouses 
of Bnllinasloe, Loughrea, and Portumna. 



DIOCESAN SUMMARY. 



Bishop 
Parishes . 
Parish Priests 
Administrators 
Curates 
College Clergy 



1 

24 
22 

4 
20 

3 



Military Chaplains . . 3 

Regulars (Men) . .31 

Churches, Parochial and Suc- 

cursal ... 46 

Houses of Regulars . . 2 
Convents 6 



Catholic Population 
Non-Catholic Population . 

Total Population 


1881 


1891 


1901 


1911 


51,408 
2,200 


45,520 
1,907 


41,162 

1,782 


38,000 
708 


53,608 


47,433 


42,944 


38,708 



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CATHOLIC REGISTRY. 



[1920 



XXV. DIOCESE OF ELPHIN. 

Includes a large portion of Roscommon, Sligo, and Galway. 
Bishop Most Rev. BERNARD COYNE, D.D. Consecrated March 
30th, 1913. Succeeded the Most Rev. Dr. Clancy. Address St. 
Mary's, Sligo. 

DIOCESAN DIGNITARIES AND OFFICERS. 

Vicar-General The Right Rev. R. Gearty, P.P., Strokestovra. 

Vicars-Forane Very Rev. M. Canon Harte, Castlerea ; Very Rev. T. 
H. Canon Cummins, Roscommon; Veil. Archdeacon Keane, Athlone; 
Very Rev. T. Canon Sharkey, Boyle; Very Rev. P. A. Butler, Adm., 
Sligo. 

Consultores ParochiThe Right Rev. Dean Gearty, P.P., V.G. ; Very 
Rev. Canon Maher, ; Very Rev. Canon Harte; Very Rev. Canon 
Doorley; Very Rev. Dr. Kielty ; Very Rev. T. Canon Sharkey; Very 
Rev. Canon Cummins ; Very R9V. Ca-non Flanagan ; Very Rev. 
Canon Geraghty. 

Examinatores Right Rev. Dean Gearty ; Very Rev. Canon Harte, 
P.P., V.F. ; Rev. M. Kielty, D.D., P.P. ; Very Rev. Canon Crowe, 
B.D., B.C.L. ; Very Rev. Canon Cummins, P.P. ; Very Rev. Canon 
Doorley, P.P.; Rev. P. M. Duignan, D.Ph. ; Rev. T. Canon Sharkey, 
P.P. ; Rev. B. Currid, P.P. 

Bishop's Secretary Very Rev. Canon Crowe, B.D., B.C.L., Sligo. 

Diocesan Inspector of Schools- Rev. Thomas Waters, St. Mary's, Sligo. 

CHAPTER OF THE DIOCESE CF ELPHIN. 

Dean Right Rev. R. Gearty, P.P., V.G., Strokestown. 
Archdeacon The Venerable F. Canon Keane, V.F., St. Peter's, Athlone 
Precentor Very Rev. M. Canon Harte, P.P., V.F., Castlerea. 
Treasurer Very Rev. J. Canon Maher, P.P., Riverstown. 
Chancellor Very Rev. T. H. Canon Cummins, D.D., P.P., Roscommon. 
Theologian Very Rev. J. Canon Crowe, Bishop's Secretary, Sligo. 
Penitentiary Very Rev. T. Canon Sharkey, P.P., V.F., Boyle. 



Tirebrine 

Kilgoghlin 

Tibohine 

Kiltnacallane 

Oran 



PREBENDARIES. 

Very Rev. P. A. Canon Flanagan, P.P., Aughrim. 
Very Rev. B. Canon Geraghty, P.P., Loughglynn. 
Very Rev. J. Canon M'Dermott, P.P., Elphin. 
Very Rev. John Canon Foley'P.P., Ballinameen. 
Very Rev. E. Canon Doorley, P.P., Cliffoney. 



PARISHES IN ELPHIN (33), PARISH PRIESTS AND CURATES (109). 



Parishes. 

Sligo, Coolera, 
Calry, and 
Rosses Point 


Parish Priests. Curates. 

Bishop's Parish Butler, P., Adm., 
V.F. 
Mulligan, J. 
.Murray. P.J. 
O'Dowd, P. 
Donnellan, J. 
Devine, M. 
Keaney P. 


Post Towns. 

Sligo 

do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 
do. [Sligo 
Rosses Point, 



1920] DIOCESE 


OF ELPHIN. 


291 


Parishes. Parish Priests. 


Curates. 


Post Towns. 


Ahascragh and Shanagher, P. 




Ahascragh, 


Caltra 






Ballinasloe 






Brennan, M. 


Caltra, do. 


Ardcarne 


Flanagan, Thos 




Cootehall, Boyle 






O'Beirne, M. 


Crossna, Boyle 






Cline, P. 


do. 


Ahamlish 


Doorley, Edwd. 


i 


Cliffoney, Sligo 




Canon 


Crehan, B. 


Grange, Sligo 






McHugh, C, 


Mull aghm ore, 








Cliffonpy 


Athleague and 


Conry, M. 




Athleague, Ros- 


Fuerty 






common [mon 






Gaffney, D. 


Fuerty, Roscom- 


Athlone, St. Pe- 


Keane, Francis, 


Gallagher, T. P. 


St. Peter's, Ath- 


ter's & Drum 


Archd., V.F, 


O'Beirne, P. J. 


lone 






Neilan, Bernard 


Drum, Athlone 






Keane, Bernard 


Summerhill 


Aghanagh 


Curley, J. 




Ballinafad, Boyle 






Mattimoe, P. 


Ballyrush, Boyle 


Aughrim and 


Flanagan, Pat k. 




Aughrim, Drumsna 


Kilmore 


Canon 


Carney, D. 


Dangan, do. 






Gilmartin, D. 


Dangan, do. 


Ballintober, 


Donnellan, B. J 




Ballintubber, 


Ballymoe 






Castlerea 






Donnellan, P. 


Ballymoe, Castlerea 


Boyle 


Sharkey, Tim., 


M'Gowan, J. 


Boyle 




Canon, V.F. 


Smallhorne, J. 


do. 


Cloontuskert & 


Hurley, Thomas 




Kilrooskey, Ros- 


Kilgefin 






common 






Neary, J. 


Lanesboro', Longford 


Drumcliff 


Currid, B. 




Homeville, Sligo 






Lannon, F. 


Ballinfull, Sligo 


D3'sart and 


Creighton, M. 




Ballyforan, Bal- 


Tissara 






linasloe 






Cox, W. 


Four Roads, Ros- 








common 


Elphin & Creeve 


M'Dermott, J. 


Kelly, J. 


Elphin, Castlerea 




Canon 


Lennon, Jos. 


do.. Castlerea 






McGowan, P. 


Mantua, Elphin 


Geevagh 


Coyle, George 




Geevagh, Bally- 








farnan, Car- 








rick - on -Shan- 








non 






Fallen, W. J. 


Highwood, Bally- 








iarnan, Car- 








rick- on -Shan- 








non 






O'Reilly. M. 


Geevagh, Bally - 






farnon 



292 



CATHOLIC REGISTRY. 



[1920 



Parishes. 


Parish Priests. 


Curates. 


Post Towns. 


Glinsk and Kil- 


Grogan, John 




Creggs, Roscom. 


begnet 




Scott, P. 


Glinsk, Ballymoe 


Kilbride 


O'Hara, Patrick 




Four Mile House, 








Roscommon 






Neary, P. 


Derrane, do. 


Kilcorkey and 


Feehily, M. 




Frenchpark, 


Frenchpark 






Castlerea 


Kilglass and 


Lynch, P. J. 


Keane, J. 


Bellanagar, do. 
Kilglass, Strokes- 


Rooskey 






town 






Lavin, T. 


Rooskey. Drum- 








mod 


Kilkeevan 


Harte, M., 


Hanley, T. 


Castlerea 




Canon, V.F. 


Morris, Richd. 


do. 






O'Dojmell, M. 


do. 


Killian and Kil- 


Kielty, M., D.D. 




Bally gar, Ros- 


ronan 






common 






Hargadoii, Michl. 


Newbridge, Bal- 








linamorebridge 








Ballinasloe 






Henegan, M. 


Ballinamorebridge, 
Ballinasloe 


Killukin and 


M'Dermott, J. 




Croghan, Boyle 


Killumniod 




Glynn,JJ.,S.T.L 


Drumlion, Car- 






i 


rick-on-Shan. 


Kilnamanagh & 


Foley, John. 


Gillooly, P. 


Ballinam'n, Boyle 


Estersnow 


Canon 


Roddy, James 


Breedogue, 








Frenchpark 


Kiltoom 


Hughes, Peter 




Kiltoom,Athlone 






Flynn, P. J. 


Curraghboy, do. 


Kiltrustan, Lis- 


Gearty, R., 


Hurley, T., D.D. 


Strokestown 


sonuffy, and 


Dean, V.G. 


Duignan, J. P. 


do. 


Cloonfinlough 




McGloin, M. 


do. 


Lisacull and 


Geraghty, Berd., 


M'Goldrick, J, 


Loughglynn, Castrrea 


Loughglynn 


Canon 


Connellan. M, 


do. 






O'Beirne, M, 


Lisacull, do. 


Ogulla & Baslic . 


Monahan, M. 




Tulsk, Castlerea 






Fahy, B. 


Kilmurry do. 






Keane, M. 


Cloonyquinn, 








Castlerea 


Oran 


Doheny, John 




Cloverhill, Ros- 








common 






Devins, M. F, 


Or in,Roscommon 


Rcucommon and 


Cummins, T. H., 


Carney, T. J, 


R jscommon 


[iiiteevan 


Canon, D.D., 


O'Flanagan, M. 


do. 




V.F, 


Finan, J, 


Kilteevan 


St. John's 


Kelly, B, 




Knockcroghery, 








Roscommon 




O'Boiine, T, 


St,John's,Athlone 



1920] 

Parishes 

Termonbarry & 
Curraghroe 

Riverstown 
Tibohine 



DIOCESE OF ELPHIN. 

Parish Priests. Curates. 



293 
Post Towns. 



Coleman, P. Cloondra, Long- 

ford 

Mannion, J. Scramogue, 

Longford 

Maher, John, Riverstown, Bal- 

Canon lynaote 

Brennan, Michl, Sooey, Riverst'n 
Dolan, N, Glen, Riverst'n 

Monahan, John . Fairymount, 

Castlerea [park 
Mullany, R. Tibohine, French- 



DIOCESAN COLLEGE 

OF THE IMMACULATE CONCEPTION, SUMMERHILL, SLIGO. 

President, Very Rev. P. M. Duignan, D.Ph. ; Vice- President, Rev. P. 
O'Leary, Dipl. N.U.T. Professors, Rev. P. Duignan, D.Ph. ; Rev. P. 
O'Leary, Rev. M. Galvin, B.A. ; Rev. M. O 'Flaherty, D.D. ; Rev. 
J. J. Hanly, B.A., B.D.; Rev. P. Casey, B.A.; J. R. Treacy, Esq., 
Lecturer on Commercial Subjects; P. Donnellan, Esq., Lecturer in 
Irish ; Wm. P, Gilbert, Esq., M.A. ; John Fallen, Esq., I.S.M.,; 
A.T.S.C., Professor of Masic ; ti. J. Martyn, Esq., M.D,, Physician 
H. Franklin, Violin Master. 



PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS IN THE DIOCESE. 

Workhouses. Chaplains. Prison. Chaplain. 



Sligo Rev. M. J. Devine. 
Roscommon Very Rev. T. H. 

Canon Cummins, P.P., V.F. 
Castlerea Very Rev. M. Canon 

Harte, P.P., V.F. 
Boyle Very Rev. T, Canon 

Sharkey, P.P., V.F. , 
Strokestown Very Rev R. Canon 

Gearty,P.P.,V.G. 



Sligo Very Rev. P, Butler, Adm. 
V.F. 



Lunatic Asylum. 

Sligo Rev. P. J. Murray, C.C. 



RELIGIOUS ORDERS AND CONGREGATIONS IN THE 
DIOCESE. 

Dominican Priory, Sligo Prior, Very Rev. Raymund O' Sullivan, 

Sub-Prior, Rev. R. J Walsh, O.P. , Rev. P. D. McCormick, O.P. ; 

Rev. Sebastian McSorley, O.P. 
Ursuline Convent, Sligo Boarding and Day School, National School, 

and Higher Training School in Domestic Science, Superioress, Mrs, 

O'Connor. 

22 



294 CATHOLIC REGISTRY. [1920 

Convent Of Our Lady Of Mercy, Sligo Day Schools, average attendance 
between 700 and 800 pupils. Industrial and Preparatory Training 
School for Teachers, over 220 inmates ; also a Training School for 
instruction in house-keeping, including laundry work, cooking, 
bakery, poultry, and dairy management. In needlework school about 
20 girls from the town and neighbourhood are taught the making 
of ladies' under- clothing for trousseaux in very fine and coarser 
materials ; also lace-making, embroidery, and hosiery. The Sisters 
have charge of Work-house Hospital. Superioress, Mrs. M. J. C. 
Kavanagh. 

Convent Of the Sisters Of Mercy, Castlerea Superioress, Mrs. Sharkett. 
350 pupils in Day Schools, Pupils prepared for Intermediate 
Examinations. 

Convent Of Mercy, St. Peter's, Athlone Superioress, Mother M. 
V. Moore. Day Schools, 520 pupils. Preparatory School, in which 
girls are prepared for King's Scholarship and Pupil Teachers, Up- 
to-date Steam Laundry. 

Convent Of Mercy, Summerhill, Athlone Female Industrial Schools 
and Orphanage, 190 inmates, Superioress, Mrs. Hynds. Chaplain, 
Rev. Bernard Keane, 

Convent of Mercy, Immaculate Conception, Roscommon Superioress, 
Mrs. McGrath. The Sisters manage an Industrial School for 60 
destitute Catholic children, and National Schools, attended by 350 
pupils. Irish and French Languages are also taught. Instruction 
is also given in house sewing, dressmaking, cookery, and the breed- 
ing and rearing of the different breeds of poultry. Pupils are also 
prepared for the Intermediate Examination aud King's Scholarship, 

Convent Of Mercy, Elphin Superioress, Mrs. Madden. Day Schools, 
300 pupils 

Convent Of Mercy, Boyle Superioress, Mrs. Walsh. Day Schools. 
300 pupils. Typewriting and Shorthand are also taught. - Also a 
Public Laundry. 

Convent Of Mercy, Strokestown Superioress, Mrs. Byrne. Day 
Schools, 160 pupils. In addition to the ordinary subjects, Irish, 
French, and Algebra, Cookery and Laundry, Piano and Violin 
are taught ; also individual voice training. Shorthand, Typewriting. 

Convent of the Franciscan Missionaries of Mary, Loughglynn Superi- 
oress, Mother Marie Sabine. Under the direction of the Nuns is a 
School of Agriculture- Domestic Economy, Home Industries ; 40 
pupils. Chaplain, Rev. M. J. Connellan. 

Convent Of Nazareth, Sligo Superioress, Mother M. Kevin, This 
is a home for orphan boys and for aged men and women, 



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EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS IN THE DIOCESE. 

College Of the Immaculate Conception, Summerhill, Sligo President, 
Very Rev. P. Duignan. Vice- President, Rev. P. O'Leary. Profes- 
sors Rev. P. Duignan, D.Ph. ; Rev. P. O'Leary, Rev. M, Galvin, 
B.A.; Rev. M. O 'Flaherty, D.D. ; Rev. J. J. Hanly, B.A., B.D. ; 
Rev. P. Casey, B.A. ; J. R. Treacy, Esq., Lecturer on Commercial 
Subjects; P. Donnellan, Esq., Lecturer in Irish; William P. Gilbert, 
Esq., M.A.; John Fallon, Esq., I.S.M., A.T.S.C., Professor of Music ; 
R. "J. Martyn, Esq., M.D., Physician ; H. Franklin, Violin Master, 

In Sligo there are the excellent Ursub'ne Boarding and Day Schools 
and also a School of Higher Domestic Economy, worked under the 
Department of Agriculture and Technical Instruction. 

There are Female Industrial Schools attached to the Convents of Mercy 
in Sligo, Roscommon, and Summerhill. Inmates, 420. 

Primary Schools. Large Convent Schools in Sligo, Roscommon, 
Elphin, Boyle, Athlone, Castlerea, and Strokestown, attended by 
over 2,500 girls. The Parochial Schools, under secular teachers, 
now exceed in number 320. 



Marist Brothers' Institute, Sligo Ordinary Day Schools. 
Rev. Brother Dorotheus. 



Superior, 



Marist Brothers' School, Castlerea. Superior, Brother John Mary. 

Franciscan Brothers, Farragher, Roscommon Superior, Rev. Brother 
Paul E. Luttrell, O.S.F. 

Societies Of St. Vincent tie Paul at Sligo, Roscommon, Castlerea, Boyle. 

SUMMARY. 



Bishop 
Parishes . 
Parish Priests 
Administrators 
Curates, etc. 
Regulars . 



1 

33 

31 

2 

68 
4 



Churches 

House of Regulars 

Monasteries 

Convents 

College 

Intermediate Schools 



86 
1 
4 

10 
1 
3 



Catholic Population 
.N on- Catholic Population. 

Total Population 


. 1881 


1891 


1901 


1911 


159; 950 
9,811 


139,338 
8,653 


122,941 
7,641 


115,262 
6,866 


169,761 


147,991 


13.0,582 


122,128 



296 CATHOLIC REGISTRY. [1920 

XXVI. DIOCESES OF GALWAY, KILMACDUAGH AND 
KILFENORA. 

Bishop of Gaiway and Kilmacdusgh, and Apost. Adm. of Kilfenora 

Most Rev. THOMAS O'DEA, D.D. Consecrated Bishop of Clonfert, 
August 30th, 1903. Translated from the See of Clonfert to the 
united Sees of Galway and Kilmacduagh, and Apostolic 
Administratorship of Kilfenora, April 29th, 19U9. Address, Mount 
St. Mary's, Galway. 

DIOCESAN DIGNITARIES AND OFFICERS. 

Vicar-General Rt. Rev. A. J. Considine, Adm., St. Nicholas' E. and N. 

Official V. Rev. Thomas E. M'Alinney, P.P., Spiddal. 

Diocesan Consultors Rt. Rev. A. J. Considine ; V. Rev. Jos. Cassidy, 
P.P. ; V. Rev. A. J. Nestor, P.P. ; V. Rev. M. D. Conroy, P.P. 

Synodal Judges V. Rev. Joseph Cassidy, P.P. ; V. Rev. A. J. Nestor, 
P.P. ; V. Rev. M. D. Conroy, P.P. 

Promoter Justitice and Defensor Vinculi V. Rev. Joseph Cassidy, P.P. 

Pro-Synodal Examiners Rt. Rev. A. J. Considine, Adm. ; V. Rev. 
Joseph Cassidy, P.P.; V. Rev. A. J. Nestor, P.P.; V. Rev. Thomas 
E. M'Alinney, P.P.; V. Rev. Joseph Mitchell M.A.; Rev. H.Foley, S.J. 

Parochi Consultores V. Rev. Fras. Cassidy, PP. ; V. Rev. A. J. Nestor, 
P.P.; V. Rev. M. D. Conroy, P.P. ; V. Rev. R. M'Hugh, P.P. 

Chancellor V. Rev. P. Moran, P.P., Clare-Galway. 

Diocesan Secretary and Vice-Chancellor Rev. J. O'Dea, B.A., B.C.L. 

Church Property Commission Rt. Rev. A. J. Considine ; V. Rev. Peter 
Davis, P.P. ; V. Rev. Joseph Mitchell, M.A. 

Vicars-Forane V. Rev. R. M'Hugh, P.P., Castlegar ; V. Rev. Joseph 
Cassidy, P.P., Gort ; V. Rev. A. J. Nestor, P.P., Ennistymon. 

Dean of Residence, Unj,v. Coll. Rev. J. Hynes,B.D.,Univ. Coll., Gal way. 

DIOCESE OF GALWAY. 

All in County Galway, except Shrule, which is in the County Mayo : 
12 Parishes. 



Parishes. 

St. Nicholas, E. 
and N. 

Rahoon 

S. Nicholas, W. 

and S. 
Claregalway 
Castlegar 

Kilcummin 

Killannin 
Kilcameen and 

Ballynacourty 
Kilbrecan and 

Lettermore 

Moycullen 

Shrule 

Spiddal 



Post Towns. 

Galway 



Rahoon, Galway 

Galway 

[Galway 
Claregalway, 



Parish Priests. Curates. 

Bishop's Parishes 

A. J. Considine, Moran, J. 

Adm., V.O. Greene, James 
Davis, P., Adm. O'Meehan, J. W. 
Griffin, M., B.A. 
Kelly, John Donnelly, N., 

B.A. 

Moran, P. J. 
M'Hugh,Redm'd, Sheedy, J., D.Ph. Castlegar, " Gal- 

Y.F. way (City) 

Craddock, James Cawley, T. Oughterard 

Cousidine, James, B.A. 

Connolly, John Rosscahill 

Griffin, Matthew Casey, D. Oranmore 

[Galway 

Walsh,John,B.A O'Dea, P , B.A. Lettermore, 
Adm. McCarthy, D. Rosmuck 

Cam us 

Corbett, Edmd, Cunnane, J.W., B.A. Moycullen 
Lydon, Patk. Burke, T., B.A. Shrule 
McAlinney,T, A, Grogan, M., B.A. Spiddal 



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DIOCESE OF GALWAY, ETC. 



297 



DIOCESE OF KILMACDUAGH. 

All in Co. Gal way : 10 Parishes. 

Parishes. ] Parish Priests. Curates. 

Kinvara . Bishop's Parish Keely, J. 

Fahy, M., Adm. 
- Carr, John 



Ardrahan 

Kilcolgan, Drim-j Walsh, M. 

acoo and Kil 

leenavara 



Beagh 

Killora & Killo- 
gileen 
Kilbeacanty 
Kilchreest 

Kilcornan 
Kilmacduagh 
and Kiltartan 


Nagk, J. 

Hynes, M. Gogarty, D., 
B.A. 

Fitzgerald, John 
Corcoran, Michl. 

Tully, M. Kenny, Mat. 
Cassidy, J., Concannon,A 
V.F. Considine, Jc 



Kilthomas 



Burke, John 



Post Town. 

Kinvara 

Ardrahan 
Kilcolgan, Oran- 
more 

Shanaglish, Tut- 
ber, Co. Clare 
Craughwell 

Gort 

Kilchreest, 
Loughrea 
Clarenbridge 



B.A. 

Peterswell, 
Loughrea 



XXVII.-DIOCESE OF KILFENORA. 

All in Co. of Clare, and Province of Cashel : 8 Parishes. 



Parishes. 

Kilcroiiin and ; 
Kilcorny 
Kilmanaheen & 
Cloony 

Glanaragah 


Parish Priests. 

Cassidy, Wm. 
Adm. 
Nestor, A. 

Keran, P. 


Curates. 

Mullins,.W., 
B.A. 
Ruane, J., B.A. 
O'Farrell, Jos. 


Post Towns. 

Carron, Kilna- 
boy, Ennis 
Ennistymon 

Ballyvaughan 



Kilfenora 
Kilshanny 



Cassidy, Francis Durcan, P., B.A, Kilfenora 



Francis, J., 

Adm. 
Hehir, Denis 



Glan-a-managh 

Killeany,K'moon Conroy, M. D. McClean, P., 

and Killilagh B.A. 

Touheran, Kil- Bishop's Parish Sharkey, P, 

creehy O'Fegan, N. O., 

Adm. 



Ennistymon 

Burrin, N. Quay 
Lisdoonvarna 

Liscannor 



298 CATHOLIC REGISTRY. [1920 

RELIGIOUS ORDERS AND CONGREGATIONS IN THE 
DIOCESE. 

FRANCISCANS. 

Franciscans, Galway Very Rev. Fr. Peter, Ex-Defmiloi -Genetal, 
Guardian; Very Rev. Fr. Fidelis, Definitor; Rev Fr. Baptist. 
Bro. Joseph. 

DOMINICANS. 

Dominicans, Galway Very Rev. T. A. Tighe, Prior. Rev. T. M. 
O'Neill, Sub-Prior. Rev. A. Coleman, Rev. A. Dempsey. 

AUGUSTINIANS. 

AugUStinianS, Galway Very Rev. Patrick Grotty, O.S.A., Prior, 
Rev. J. A. Duffy, O.S.A. ; Rev. E. A. Mansfield, O.S.A. Brother 
Michael Kinsella. 

JESUITS. 

St. Ignatius' College, Gahvay Rev. Henry Foley, Rector ; Rev. 
Wm. F. Byrne, Minister ; Rev. Patrick Nolan, Rev. Edmund 
Downing, Rev. James Rabbitte^ Rev. Charles Cuffe, Rev. Francis 
Lyons, Rev. Ernest Mackey, Rev. Bart. Coghlan, Rev. Wm. 
McCormack. 

CHRISTIAN BROTHERS. 

Christian Brothers, Mount St. Joseph, Ennistymon Director, Brother 
J. H. Lucitt. 

PATRICIAN BROTHERS. 

Brothers Of St. Patrick, Monastery and National Schools, Lombard St. 
" -Ajvo-Sjoit tlAOiTTi SeofAnii," and National Schools, Nuns' Island, 
St. Mary's Scholasticate, Kingston. Superior, Rev. Br. Joseph 
Downes. 

PRESENTATION CONVENTS. 

Presentation Convent, Galway Superioress, Mother M. Teresa 
Elligott. Community, 32. Children in Schools, 600 on roll. 

Presentation Convent, Oranmore Rev. Mother, M. Conception Fagan 

SISTERS OF CHARITY. 

Convent Of Sisters Of Charity, Our Lady's Priory, Clarenbridge, founded 
1844 Superioress, Sister M. Azevedo McHugh. Religious, 10. 
Sick poor of three parishes visited. Convent National School 
attached ; also a Sodality of Children of Mary. 

SISTERS OF MERCY. 

Sisters Of Mercy, Galway Rev. Mother, Sister M. Aquin McCormack j 
Sisters Of Mercy, Oughterard Local Superioress, Sister M. Michael 

Davis. 
Sisters Of Mercy, St. Enda's, Spiddal Superioress, Sister M. Magdalen 

Conroy. 
Sisters Of Mercy, St. Raphael's, Co. Infirmary, Calway Superioress, 

Sister M. Raphael O'Farrell. 
Sisters of Mercy, Magdalen Asylum, Galway Sister Superioress, 

Sister M. Joseph Xavier MacDermott. 
Sisters of Mercy, Workhouse Hospital, Galway Sister Superioress, 

Sister M. Brendan Arundel. 



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Sisters Of Mercy, St. Patrick's, Gort Rev. Mother, Sister M. Bernard 

Hooney. 

Sisters Of Mercy, Kinvara Superioress, Sister M. Gonzaga Brennan. 
Sisters Of Mercy, Workhouse, Gort Superioress, Sister M. Xavier 

Doyle. 

Sisters Of Mercy, Ennistymon Superioress, Mo therM.Columba Connolly. 
Sisters Of Mercy, Workhouse, Ennistymon Superioress, Sister M. 

CONVENT OF POOR CLARES. 

Convent Of Poor Clares, Galway Mother Abbess, Sister Teresa Tierney, 
Daily adoration of the Most Holy Sacrament. Altar Breads and 
Altar work carefully executed. Under the care of the Franciscan 
Fathers. 18 in Community. 4 Extern Sisters. 

DOMINICAN CONVENT OF JESUS AND MARY. 
Dominican Convent of Jesus and Mary, established in Galway in 1647. 
The Community removed to their present beautiful residence at 
Taylor's Hill in the year 1846. A Boarding and Day School for 
Young Ladies. Number in Community, 51. Prioress, Sister M. 
Antoninus O 'Boyle. Chaplains, Dominican Fathers. 

PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS IN THE DIOCESES. 

Workhouses. Chaplains. Workhouses. Chaplains. 

Galway Very Rev. P. Davis, Ennistymon Very Rev. A. J, 



Nestor, P.P., V.F, 
Ballyvaughan Rev. P. Keran, 
P.P. 



P.P. 
Oughterard Rev. J. Craddock, 

P.P. 
Gort Rev. J. Cassidy, P.P., V.F. 

CO. Infirmary, Galway Chaplain, Rt. Rev. A. J. Considine, Adm., V.G. 
Fever Hospital, attached to Galway Workhouse Chaplain, Very Rev, 

P. Davis. 

Prison, Town and County C haplain, Rev. J. T. O'Kelly, P.P. 
Boys' Industrial School, Salt Hill, under the care of the Christian 

Brothers. Director, Brother Frisby. Pupils, 200. Chaplain, 

Diocesan Secretary, Mount St. Mary's. 
Girls' Industrial School, Galway, under the Sisters of Mercy, 

CHARITABLE INSTITUTIONS IN THE DIOCESES. 

Magdalen Asylum, Galway Superintended by the Sisters of Mercy, 
Societies of St. Vincent de Paul at Galway. 

EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS IN THE DIOCESES. 

St. Mary's College, Galway Under the immediate patronage of the 
Most Rev. Thos. O'Dea, D.D., Lord Bishop of Galway and Kil- 
macduagh, and Apost. Adm. of Kilfenora. President, Very Rev. 
J. Mitchell, M.A., B.D., Dip. Educ. Professors, Very Rev. Jos. 
Mitchell, M.A., B.D., Dip. Educ. ; Rev. M. Mitchell, B.A., B.D., 
Dip. Educ.; Rev. A. Sexton, B.A., B.D. Dip. Educ.; Rev. T. Gallagher, 
B.A., B.D., Dip. Educ.; Rev. Peter Thompson, B.A. ; Messrs. A. 
O'Dowd, A.R.C., Sc.I. ; J. O'Callaghan, B.A., Dip. Educ. Professor 
of Music [Vacant]. Professor of Drawing, A. O'Dowd, A.R.C., 



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Sc.I. Physician, Nicholas W. Colahan, Esq., M.D., Professor, 
University College, Galway. The College offers 16 Scholarships, 
value 264, and open to students from all parts of Ireland. Nuns 
in charge, one a trained nurse. 

Maynooth Mission to China St. Columban's College, Dalgan Park, 
Galway. A Theological and Philosophical College. Rector, Rev. 
Patrick Cleary, D.D ., B.A. Dean, Rev. John Henaghan. Professors, 
Rev. John O'Leary, B.A., B.D.; Rev. John O'Donovan, B.A.; Rev. 
L. Forri?tal, M.A.; Rev John Henaghan, Rev. P. O'Connell, B.D. ; 
Mr. Ignatius Ying Ki. 

House Ol African Miss ons House of Probation, Cloughballymore. 
Kileolgan. Superior, Very Rev. M. Slattery. Staff Fathers, Rev. 
J. Aherne and Rev, M. Lavelle. Brother D. O'Connell. 21 
Probationers. 

St. Ignatius' College, Galway High School conducted by the Jesuit 
Fathers for pupils of the City of Galway and neighbouring counties. 
Boys educated in preparation for the Priesthood and the Professions, 
and prepared for Commercial, Intermediate and University Exami- 
nations. Rector, Rev. H. Foley, S.J. 

Secondary School. Conducted by the Christian Brothers, Ennistymon. 
Boys prepared for the Intermediate and University Examinations, 
Science, Drawing, and Manual Instruction taught under the Depart- 
ment of Agriculture and Technical Instruction. Director, Rev. Br. 
Lucitt. 

Secondary School St. Joseph's Seminary, Nuns' Island, Galway. This 
School is conducted by the Patrician Brothers and is attended by 
68 pupils. Boys are prepared for the Intermediate, University, 
and Civil Service Examinations. 

Secondary School for Girls A Boarding and Day School, conducted 
by the Dominican Sisters, Taylor's Hill, Galway. 

Primary Schools Besides Schools of the Patrician Brothers, Galway, 
the Presentation Convents, Galway and Oranmore ; the Mercy 
Convents, Galway, Oughterard, Spiddal, Gort, Kinvara and 
Ennistymon ; and the Convent of the Irish Sisters of Charity, 
Clarenbridge, there is a sufficient number of National Schools 
conducted by secular teachers in all parishes. 

DIOCESAN SUMMARY. 



Bishop 
Parishes . 
Parish Priests 
Administrators 
Curates 
Others 
Regulars 






I 
30 

27 
3 
27 
5 
24 


Churches 
Houses of Regulars 
Convents 
Colleges . 
Monasteries 
Houses of Missionaries 


53 
4 
16 
2 
3 
2 


Catholic Population 
Non-Catholic Population. 

Total Population 


1881 


1891 


1901 


1911 


86,383 
2,904 


76,328 
2,474 


'70,576 
1,931 


67,271 
1,432 


89,287 


78,802 


72,507 


68,703 



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DIOCESE OF KILLALA. 



301 



XXVIII. DIOCESE OF KILLALA. 

Includes portions of Mayo and Sligo. 
Bishop Most Rev. JAMES NAUGHTON, D.D. Consecrated Jan. 7th, 

1912. Succeeded Most Rev. Dr. Conmy. Address Most Rev. Dr. 

Naughton, Lord Bishop of Killala, Ballina, Co. Mayo. 

DIOCESAN DIGNITARIES AND CFFJCIALES CURI4E. 
Vicar-General Very Rev. Chancellor M'Hale, P.P.. Crossmolina. 
Vicars-Forane Very Rev. Canon Munnelly, P.P., Ballycastle ; Very 

Rev. Canon Hegarty, P.P., Belmullet ; Very Rev. Canon Timlin, 

P.P., Skreen ; Very Rev. William J. Greaney, Adm,, Ballina. 
OfficialisVery Rev. Dean Kelly, P.P. 
Cancellarius Very Rev. Patk. O'Boyle, B.D. 
Promoter Justifies Very Rev. Canon Munnelly, P.P. 
Defensor Vinculi Very Rev. Canon Hegarty, P.P. 
Synodal Judges and Consullores Parochi The Venerable Archdeacon 

Dolphin, P.P.; Very Rev. Canon Timlin, P.P.; Very Rev. Canon 

O'Reilly, P.P ; Very Rev. Canon Healy, P.P.; Very Rev. Canon 

Howley, P.P.; Very Rev. Canon Tully, P.P. 
Examinatores^-Very Rev. Dean Kelly, Rev. Chancellor MacITale, Very 

Rev. Canon Hegarty, Very Rev. Canon Timlin, Very Rev. Canon 

Healy, Very Rev. Canon tempany, Very Rev. Patk. O'Boyle. B.D. 
Bishop's Secretary Very Rev. William J. Greaney, Adm. . V.F., Ballina. 

CHAPTER OF KILLALA. 

Dean Very Rev. John J. Kelly, P.P., Lahardane. 
Archdeacon The Venerable Thomas Dolphin, P.P., Bangor Erris. 
ChancellorVery Rev. Antony M'Hale, P.P., V.G., Crossmolina. 
Theologian Very Rev John Hegarty, P.P., V.F., Belmullet. 
Penitentiary Very Rev. Michael Munnelly, P.P.. V.F., Ballycastle. 
Canons Very Rev. Antony Timlin, P.P.', V.F., Skreen; Very R*ev. 

Patrick O'Reilly, P.P., Killala ; Very Rev. Wm. Healy, P.P., Kil- 

glass ; Very Rev. Patrick Howley, P.P., Kilcommon Erris ; Very Rev. 

Michael J. Tully, P.P., Easkey ; Very Rev. James Tempany, The 

Cathedral, Ballina. 

PARISHES IN KILLALA (22), PARISH PRIESTS AND CURATES. 



Parishes. 


Parish Priests. 


Curates. 


Post Towns. 


Kilmoremoy 


Bishop's Parish 


Wm. J. Greaney, 


Ballina 






Adm., V.F. 








Denis O'Connor, 








B.A. 








Rev. Ml. Feeney, 








B.A. 




Backs 


do. 


Hewson, Patrick, 


Knockmore, 






Adm. 


Ballina 






Timlin, Antony 


Rathduff, Ballina 


Addergoole 


Kelly, John, 


Giblin, Patrick 


Lahardane, Bal- 




Canon 




lina 


Ardagh 


McLoughlin, Ml. 




Ballina 


Ballysakeery 


O'Doherty, Ed. 




Ballina 


Ballycroy 


O'Hara, Thomas 


Heffernan, John 


Ballycroy, 








Co, Mayo 


Belmullet 


Hegarty, John, 


Carroll, John J. 


Belmullet 


Canon, V.F. 







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[1920 



Parishes. 


Parish Priests. Curates. Post Towns. 


Ballycastle 


Munnelly, Ml., Howley, Thomas Ballycastle, Co. 




Canon, V.F. Mayo 


Castleeonnor 


Beirne, Thos. L. Corballa, Ballina 


Crossmolina 


M'Hale, Antony O'Donnell, Ml. Crossmolina 




Canon. V.O. B.A. 




Hegarty, M. f B.A. Keenagh, Cross- 




molina 


Easkey 


Tully, Michael, McNamara,Lewis Easkey, Co. Sligo 




Canon B.A. 


Kiltane 


Dolphin, Thos., Durcan, H., B.A. Bangor Erris 




Canon MacNama, Peter, 




B.A. [Ballina 


Kilcommon Erris 


Howley, Patk., Durean,Patk.B.A. Pullathomas 




Canon 


Kilfian 


Kevany, Patrick Kilfian, Killala 


Kilglass 


Healy, William Oghill, Culleens, 




Canon Co. Sligo 




Molloy.Luke,B.A. Emiiscrone, Co. SHgo 


Killala 


O'Reilly, Patk., Killala 




Canon 


Kilmacshalgan . 


Clarke, Francis BrownOjThos.B.A.Dromore West 


Kilmore Erris 


M'Hale, Michael Dodd, And., B.D. Binghamstown, 




A dm . B elm ullet 




Kil gallon, Jas. Binghamstown, 




Walshe, ML, B.A. Belmullet 


Lackan 


Quinn, Michael Lackan, Ballina 


Moygawnagh 


Davis, Peter Moygawnagh, 




Crossmolina 


Skreen and Dro- 


Timlin, Antony, Skreen, Co. Sligo 


mard 


Canon, V.F. Heverin, William Beltra, Bally- 




sodare, Co. Sligo 


Templeboy 


Davis, James Templeboy, Sligo 



PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS EN THE DIOCESE. 



Workhouses. Chaplains. 

Ballina Very Rev. W. J. Greaney, 
Adm., V.F. 



Workhouses. Chaplains. 

Belmullet West Rev. Andrew 

Dodd, B.D., Adm. 
Dromore West Rev. Francis 

Clarke, P.P. 



RELIGIOUS COMMUNITIES IN THE DIOCESE. 

SISTERS OF MERCY. 

Sisters Of Mercy, Ballina Superioress, Mrs. Mary de Sales Peyton. 
Chaplain, Very Rev. W. J. Greaney, Adm., V.F. Between 700 and 800 
children attend Convent National Schools. The Sisters also conduct 
an Intermediate Day School for Young Ladies ; a Commercial 
School where girls are prepared for clerkships ; the Infant Boys 
National Schools, and a Lace School, where upwards of fifty 
young girls earn a livelihood. 



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The branch houses of this Convent are, Workhouse Hospital, Ballina 
Sister Superioress, Sister M. Michael MacNama. Chaplain, Very 
Rev. W. J. Greaney, Adm. Belmullet Workhouse Hospital and 
Schools Sister Superioress, Sister M. Magdalen Ryan. Chaplain, 
Rev. Andrew Dodd, Adm., Binghamstown. 

Convent Of Mercy, Stella Maris, Ballycastle Sister Superioress, Sister 
M. Gertrude Noonan. Chaplain, Rev. Thomas Howley, C.C. The 
Sisters have National Schools, over 100 children on the Roll, and 
a well-attended Commercial Class. 

Sisters of Jesus and Mary, Gortnor Abbey, CroBsmQl*n&Suptrior&a t 
Mother M. Regis. Chaplain, Very Rev. Chancellor MacHale, P.P., 
V.G. High- class Boarding School for Young Ladies and Day 
School at Convent, Gortnor Abbey. The Sisters also have charge 
of Female National Schools and the Infant Boys School at 
Crossmolina. 

Society of St. Vincent tie Paul at Ballina. 

EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS IN THE DIOCESE. 

St. Muredach'S College, Ballina, under the patronage of the Most Rev. 
Dr. Naughton, Lord Bishop of Killala. President, Very Rev. Patk. 
O'Boyle, B.D. Professors, Rev. Laurence Finnerty, B.A., B.D. ; 
Rev. P. O'Boyle; Rev. J. F. Lavelle, B.A. ; Rev. Stephen L. 
Cowley, B.A. ; Rev. John Conway, B.A. ; J. Goulding, Esq., B.E. 
Physician, R. Macaulay, Esq., M.D. 

Primary Schools. In the several parishes of the diocese there are 
numerous and efficient National Schools under the management of 
the parochial clergy. 



DIOCESAN SUMMARY. 



Bishop 
Parishes 
Parish Priests 
Administrators 
Curates 
College Priests 



1 

22 
20 

3 
18 

5 



Churches and Chapels 

College 

Convents of the Sisters of 

Mercy . 
Convent of the Sisters of 

Jesus and Mary 



44 

1 

3 
1 



Catholic Population 
Non-Catholic Population. 

Total Population 


1881 


1891 


1901 


1911 


76,828 
4,595 


68,302 
3,976 


61,876 
3,576 


60,142 
3,096 


81,423 


72,278 


05,452 


63,238 



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LIST OF THE REGULAR CLERGY. 



AUGUSTIftHAN ORDER. 
PROVINCE OF IRELAND. 

HOUSES AND COMMUNITIES IN IRELAND. 

1. DUBLIN St. John's Priory, John Street (West). 

Very Rev. J. Condon, Prior \ Very Kev. T. M. Kenna, D.D. 

A. Walsh, D.D., ex- \ Sub-Prov. 



Assist. -Gen. 
L. W. Brophy. 



P. Coakley, D.D. 
Rev. Henry Hedderman. 



J. Murphy, D.D. 

Bros. Nicholas O'Neill, Benignus Treacy. 

Two National Poor Schools Average attendance, 400. 
2. CORK St. Augustine's, Great George's Street. 



Very Rev. J. Roche, Prior, 

M. A. M'Grath, D.D. 



Rev. J. A. Knowles. 
,, R. A. O'Gorman. 



Rev. F. A. Dempsey, Sub-Prior. 

3. LIMERICK St. Augustine's, George Street. 



Very Rev. J. Hunt, Prior. 
,, ,, Joseph Hennessy 



Very Rev. C. Murphy, D D, 
Rev. P. Redmond. 



Bro. Augustine O'Neill. 
4. DUNGARVAN St. Augustine's (Diocese of Waterford and Lismore), 



Very Rev. E. O'Leary, Prior. 
C. T. Cowman, Bursar. 



Rev. J. F. Thompson, Sub-Prior. 
J. A. Donnelly, Sacristan. 



ST. AUGUSTINE'S SEMINARY, DUNGARVAN. 

Professors Fathers of the Community. Pupils, 50. Attached to the 
Monastery, and under the supervision of the Fathers, there is a 
Preparatory College, where youths, aspiring to become Members of 
the Order, are boarded and educated at a' very moderate pension. 

5. NEW Ross Co. Wexford (Diocese of Ferns). 

Very Rev. J. M'Swiney, Prior. I Rev. Michael O'Brien. 
Rev. J. Crane, Sub -Prior. R. Walsh. 



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COLLEGE OF THE VIRGIN MOTHER OF GOOD COUNSEL 
Professors The Fathers of the Community. Average attendance, 40. 
Attached to the Monastery there is a Preparatory College, in which 
youths, aspiring to become Members of the Order, are boarded and 
educated at a very moderate pension. 

6. CLONMINES Co. Wexford (Diocese of Ferns). 
Very Rev. W. Doran, Prior. \ Rev. T. Brady. 

7. CALLAN. Co. Kilkenny (Diocese of Ossory). 

Very Rev. W. O'Flynn. Prior. \ Bro. James Kelly. 
Rev. J. S. Frost. 

8. FETHARD Co. Tipperary (Diocese of Cashel). 
Very Rev. P. A. Crowe, Prior. \ Rev. L. P. Funchion. 

9. GALWAY St. Augustine's. 

Very Rev. P. Crotty, Prior. I Rev. A. Mansfield. 

Rev. J. A. Duffy. ' | 

10. BALLYHAUNIS Co. Mayo (Diocese of Tuam). 

Very Rev. M. O'Dwyer. Prior. Bro. Thomas Connolly. 

Rev. John Murphy. 

11. DROGHEDA St. Augustine's (Diocese of Armagh). 

Very Rev. D. A. Crotty, Pro vincial. I Rey. N. J. O'Keeffe. 
B. Bowen, D.D., Prior. \ 

12. ORLAGH, Co. DUBLIN (Diocese of Dublin). 
Novitiate and House of Studies of the Irish Augustinian Province. 



Very Rev. P. A. Doyle,B.A., Prior. 

,, T. Brangan, Novice 

Master and Sub-Prior. 



Rev. M. Hughes 
,, S. McFadden. 
J. H. Kenny. 



P. Callan. 

Bros. Patrick Rice, Columba Cullen. 

IRISH AUGUSTINIAN HOUSES IN ENGLAND. 

1. LONDON St. Monica's Priory, Hoxton Square, N. (Archdiocese of 
Westminster). 



Very Rev. B. Blake, Prior and 
Pastor. 



Very Rev. R. Connolly, D.D 
Sub-Prior. 



Rev. T. Conlan. 
2. HYTHE, KENT New Mission of Our Lady of Good Counsel 
(Diocese of Southwark). 



Very Rev. E. A. Foran, Prior and 



Rev. B. O 'Sullivan. 



Pastor. 
3. ST. AUGUSTINE'S Hammersmith, W. (Archdiocese, of Westminster) 



Very Rev. E. Walsh, Prior and 
and Pastor. 



Rev. J. Laffan.. 
Rev. A. Doyle. 



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IN ITALY. 

1. ST. PATRICK'S, ROME. 



Very Rev. C. O'Gorman, D.D., 
Oom.'Oen. 

Veay Rev. M. Connolly. Prior. 



Rev. T. McGolrick, 
T. Cooney. 
B. White. 



2. GENAZZANO, SAN Pio. 
Pro-Rector. 

IRISH AUGUSTINIAN HOUSES AND MISSIONS IN AUSTRALIA. 
VICTORIA. 

1. ECHUCA St. Mary's (Diocese of Sandhurst). 
Very Rev. V. Foley, Prior. Very Rev. William F. O'Byrne, 

Pastor. 

2. ROCHESTER St. Mary's (Diocese of Sandhurst). 
Very Rev. T. Meredith, Vic-Prov. Very Rev. Kieran Griffin, Prior. 
and Pastor. 

3. KYABRAM (Diocese of Sandhurst). 
Very Rev. J. Stokes, Prior and I Rev. Luke Maddock. 
Pastor. I 

QUEENSLAND, NORTH (VICARIATE APOSTOLIC OF COOKTOWN). 

Vicar -Apostolic Right Rev. John Heavy, D.D., O.S.A., Bishop of 
Coracesio, consecrated in the Augustinian Church, New Ross, 9th 
August, 1914. 

CHURCHES AND CLERGY IN THE VICARIATE. 

1. COOKTOWN. 
Rev. J. Sugrue. 

Two Stations. Parochial School, 170, 
2. CAIRNS. 



The Vicar Apostolic. 
Rev. A. Guinan. 
Rev. Nicholas M'Coy. 

Churches Cairns, Port Douglas, 



Rev. F. O'Hea. 
Rev. J. Breen. 

Mareeba, Kingsborough, and Thorn- 



borough. 

Two Stations. Parochial School, 160. 

HERBERTON. 
Rev. P. B. Doyle. | Rev. T. Downey. 

Churches Herberton, Atherton, Watsonville, Irvine bank. 
Five Stations. 
4. CROYDON. 
Rev. J. Phelan, Pastor. \ Rev. A. Smith. 

Churches Croydon and Golden Gate. Five Stations. 

5. PORT DOUGLAS St. Mary's. 
Rev. Thos. Hoyne, Pastor. Two Stations. 

6. GERALDTON. 
Rev. M. Clancy, Pastor. Four Stations. 

CONVENTS. 

1. SISTERS OF MERCY, Cooktown, Cairns, Mareeba, and Herberton. 

2. GOOD SAMARITANS, at Geraldstown. 

Catholic population of Vicariate, 6, COO. 



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FRANCISCAN-CAPUCHIN ORDER (O.S.F.C. 
IRELAND. 

1. DUBLIN Friary of St. Mary of Angels, Church Street. 
Very Rev. Fr. Mark, Guardian 
,, ,, Fr. Aloysius, Defiidtor, 

ex-Prov. 

Fr. Paul, ex-Prov. 
Fr. Peter, ex-Prov. 

Cust.-Gen. 

Fr. Nicholas. 
Fr. Augustine. 
Rev. Fr. Benedict. Vicar. 
Fr. Sebastian. 



Rev. Fr. Laurence. 
Fr. John, 
Fr. Joseph, Pres. Fr. Maihew 

Hall. 

Fr. Stanislaus. 
Fr. Albert. 
Fr. Columbus. 
Fr. Alphonsus. 
Fr. Canice, Vics-Pre*. F. M. 
HalL 



Brothers Leo, Elzear, Pacificus, Bernard. 
SODALITIES ATTACHED TO THE CHURCH. 

Third Order of St. Francis. Father Mathew T. A. Association. 

Young Irish Crusaders (Juvenile T. A. Association). 
Association of the " Guard of Honour " of the Most Blessed Sacrame 
Sacred Heart Sodality. 

2. CORK Friary of the Most Holy Trinity, Father Mathew Quay. 
Very Rev. Fr. Martin, Guardian. 
Fr. Fiacre, D<>f. & Vicar 
Fr. Thomas, ex-Prov. 



Rev. Fr. Bernardino. 
Fr. Finbarr. 
Fr. Berchmans, Pres. Fr. 

Matthew Hall. 
Fr. Pius. 
Fr. Dominic. 



Fr. Fidelis. 
,, ,, F. Angel us, Prov. Sec. 
Rev. Fr. Leonard. 
Fr. Clement. 

Brothers Aloysius, Egidius, Columbcille. 

SODALITIES ATTACHED TO THE CHURCH. 

Third Order of St. Francis. Father Mathew T. A. Association. 

Association of the " Guard of Honour " of the M. B. Sacrament. 

3. KILKENNY Franciscan Capuchin Friary, Walkin Street. 
Very Rev. Fr. Matthew, Guardian. Rev. Fr. Raphael 
Fr. Kevin. D<f. Vicar, \ Fr. Reginald. 

Master of Novices. ,, Fr. Michel. 

Rev. Fr. Patrick, Vice-Master. \ Brother Angelus. 

Cleric and Lay Novices. 
Third Order of St. Francis. 

4. ROCHESTOWN, Co. CORK Franciscan Capuchin Monastery. 



Very Rev. Fr. Fr. Coleman, 

Guardian. 
,, Fr. Sylvester, Defmitor 

Vicar. 

Fr. Francis. 
Rev. Fr. Bonaventure, Rector* 
., Fr. Ignatius. 
,, Fr. Raymond, 
,, Fr. Thaddeus. 



Rev. Fr. Eugene. 
,, Fr. Bernard. 
Fr. Leo. 
Fr. Gabriel. 

Fr. Stephen, 

Fr. Vincent. 

Fr. Ambrose. 

Fr. Aidan. 

Fr. Urban. 



Brothers Felix, Crispin, Pasehal, Antony, Bonaventure, Fidelia, 

Students of Theology. 
Third Order of St Francis, F. Mathew Total Abstinence Society. 



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5. Franciscan Capuchin College Rochestown, Co. Cork (for aspirants 
to the Order). 



Very Rev. 
Rector. 



Fr. Bonaventure, 



Rev. Fr. Thaddeus, B.A., 

Vice -Rector. 
Fr. Eugene, M.A. 
6. ST. BONAVENTURB'S HOSPICE (O'Neill Crowley Cross Cork). 

Very Rev. Fr. Edwin, Provincial, Rev. Fr. Cyril, President, Lecturer, 
Professor, U.C.C. U.C.C. 

Rev. Fr. Kieran, M.A. 

Students of Philosophy. Brothers Francis and Aidan. 
Applications for Missions and Retreats to be made to V. Rev. Fr. 
Provincial, O.S.F.C., St. Bonaventure's, Cork. 

AMERICA. 

1. OREGON, U.S.A. St. Francis's, Bend, Crooke Co. 
Very Rev. Fr. Luke, Superior. \ Brother Seraphim. 

2. OREGON, U.S.A. St. Mary of Angels, Hermistown, Umatilla Co. 
Rev. Fr. Casimir, Superior. \ Rev. Fr. Camillus. 

3. OREGON, U.S.A. St. Joseph's, Roseburg, Douglas Co. 
Rev. Fr. Adrian. Superior. \ Rev. Fr. Anthony. 

4. PENNSYLVANIA, U.S.A. Paradise Rectory, Abbotstown. 

Rev. Fr. Malachy. 



Rev. Fr. Brendan, Superior. 
Rev. Fr. Benignus. 

5. LINCOLN, U.S.A. 
Rev. Fr. Edward, Superior. 



Brother Didacus. 



| Rev. Fr. Ferdinand, 



Brother Conrad. 



CARMELITE ORDER (CALCED). 

COLLEGIO S. ALBERTO. 

The Most Rev. P. E. Magennis, D.Ph., Prior-General, Rome. 
Very Rev. C. A. Slattery, S.T.L., Assistant-General. 

1. DUBLIN Carmelite Church, Whitefriar Street ; and 

Carmelite Convent, 56 Aungier Street. 
Very Rev. J. J. Cogan, Prov. \ Rev. W. F. Byrne. 

D. B. Devlin, Prior. R. T. Dillon. 

A. E. Farrington, J. D. M'Dermott. 

Ex-Prov. ' C. S. Gavin. 

Rev. M. A. O'Reilly, Ex-Prior. T. S. M'Dermott. 

,. P. A. Wade, Sub Prior. P. L. Nolan. 

,, T. M. Grennan. W. B Brennan. 

J. J. Beahan. Egan. 

J. P. O'Reilly. D. A. Cosgrave. 

CONFRATERNITIES ATTACHED TO THE CHURCH ARE : 
Carmelite Confraternity. I Confraternity of the Sacred Heart, 

Confraternity of the Holy Face. | Sodality, Children of Mary. 

Commercial Young Men's Sodality of Mount Carmel. 
For Missions and Retreats apply to the Very Rev. Provincial 
*6 Aungier Street, or the Prior of any Convent of the Order. 



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CARMELITE ORDER (CALCED) continued. 

NATIONAL SCHOOLS, UNDER THE CHARGE OP THE FATHERS. 
Manager Very Rev. M. A. O'Reilly, 
Number of Pupils, 1,700. 

SOUTH DUBLIN UNION. 



Rev. Richard Dillon, Chaplain. 



Rev. C. S. Gavin. 



W. F. Byrne . 

MERCER'S HOSPITAL. 

Chaplain Rev. J. S. O'Reilly. 

2. Co. DUBLIN Carmelite College, Terenure. 



Very Rev. L. M. Gerhard, B.A., 

Prior. 

R. B. Taylor, M.A., S.T.M., 
Sub-Prior. 



Rev. M. S. O Byrne. 
John S. Daly. 
M. P. Griffin, M.A. 



3. Co. DUBLIN Ardavon, Rathgar. 
Very Rev. J. S. Megannety, Prior. I Rev. A. Ballester. 
Rev. J. A. Dowling. 

4. Co. KILDARE Carmelite Convent, Kildare. 
Very Rev. T. P. Kelly, Prior. \ Rev. F. M. O'Reilly. 
Rev. N. A. Staples. 

5. Co. WESTMEATH Carmelite Convent, Moate. 
Very Rev. J. A. Rabbitte, Prior. I Rev. J. A. Fegan. 
Rev. P. C. Murphy. 

6. Co. CORK Carmelite Convent, Kinsale. 
Very Rev. R. J. Golfer, Prior. I Rev. G. Clery. 
Rev. P. A. Maher. Master of Nov. 

7. Co. KILKENNY Carmelite Convent, Knocktopher. 
Very Rev. P. A. Canavan, B.A., I Rev. P. A. Walshe, B.A. 
Prior. 



8. AUSTRALIA Carmelite Convent, Middle Park, S. Melbourne. 



Very Rev. J. A. Kindelan, Pro- 



Provincial. 



Very Rev. R. F. Power, Prior. 
Rev. P. E. O'Dwyer. 



PORT MELBOURNE. 



Very Rev. C. F. Ronayne, M.A., 



Rev. E. R. Doran, B.A. 



D.D., Prior. 

9. SOUTH AUSTRALIA Carmelite Convent, Port Adelaide. 
Very Rev. J. A. Scanlan, Prior. I Rev. P. J. Gearon, D-D., B.A. 
Rev. P. R. M'Caffrey, B.A. | 

10 NEW YORK Carmelite Convent, 338 East 29th Street. 



Very Rev. D. F. O'Connor, iPrior. 
Rev. Hugh D. Devlin. B.A. 



Rev. L. D. Flanagan. 
P. Vella. 



W. J. Hastings. 

182 Street, Bronx, New York. 

Very Rev. G. G. O'Farrell, B.A., I Rev. R, A. Metcalfe, B.A. " 
Vice-Prior. \ 

11. TARRYTOWN, NEW YORK Transfiguration Convent. 
Very Rev. E. P. Southwell, Prior. \ Rov. M. S. Farrington. 

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CARMELITE ORDER (CALCED) continued. 

12. MIDDLETOWN, NEW YORK Carmelite Convent. 
Very Rev. J. L. McCabe, Prior. \ Rev. F. A, McCaffrey. 

13. ROME. S.S. Celso e Guiliano. 



Very Rev. A. Tabone, S.T.L , Prior 
Rev. J. V. Coffey. 



Rev. M. P. McGowan. 



CARMELITE ORDER (DISCALCED). 



DUBLIN St. Teresa's, Clarendon Street. 

Rev. Cyril Ryan. 

Thomas Reynolds. 



Very Rev. Bernard Gorman, Pro- 
vincial. 

Ignatius M'Grath,Pn'or. 
Aloysiua Corbett, Sub- 
Prior. 

Rev. Livinus Nevin. 
Very Rev. Aloysius Coghlan. 
Rev. Joseph Coen. 



Angelus Irvine. 
Dominic Mangan. 
Albert Keane. 
Brendan O'Brien. 
Boniface Hanway. 
Basil O'Donnell. 



DUBLIN St. Mary's, Morehampton Road, Donnybrook. 

Rev. Berthold MuUeady. 

Kevin Neary. 

Malachy Cranfield. 

Fintan O'Brien. 

Laurence Murphy. 



Very Rev. Gabriel Purcell, Prior. 
Rev. Augustine Phillips. 

Patrick Rushe. 

Alphonsus Kelly. 



LOUGHREA (County Galway) The Abbey. 

Rev. Vincent Finnerty. 
Clement O'Looney. 
Francis Barry. 
Columba Burke. 



Very Rev. Benedict Lisundia, 

Prior. 

Andrew Kenny, Sub- 
Prior. 

Rev. Jerome O'Connell. 
Stanislaus Forde. 



Anthony Cagney. 



CONGREGATION OF THE HOLY GHOST AND OF 
IMMACULATE HEART OF MARY (C.S.Sp.) 

IRELAND. 

1. ST. MARY'S COLLEGE, RATHMINES, DUBLIN. 

(House of Studies of C.S.Sp. N. University Students). 
Very Rev. C. D. O'Shea, LL.D., 

Provincial. 

Very Rev.L.Healy, 2nd Prov. Assist. 
Rev. M. T. Meagher. Secretary for 

Irish Missions of the Holy 

Ghost Fathers in Africa, 



THE 



Rev. J. O'Hart, B.A. 
J. Stafford. 

Thaddeus O'Connor, D.D. 
D. Fahey, D.D. 
P. Heery, B.A. 



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2. HOLY GHOST MISSIONARY COLLEGE (NOVITIATE AND SENIOR 
SCHOLASTICATE), KIMMAGE MANOR, DUBLIN. 

Very Rev. H. M. G. Evans, Supe- , Rev. James Murphy, D.D. 

rior, Master of Novices. 
Rev. Philip J. O'Shea, Bursar. 
Rev. J. Kearney, Director of 

Scholastics. 



Bernard Fennelly, B A. 
Herbert Farrell. 



Very 


Rev. 



3. BLACKROCK COLLEGE, DUBLIN. 



Rev. M. Downey, President. 

J. Botrel, 1st Provincial 

Assistant. 
Michael Hyland, Director of 

Holy Childhood for Ireland. 
N. J. Brennan. 
Hugh O'Toole. 
Jas. Keawell, Bursar* 
T. P. O'Hanlon. 
M. Walsh. 
M. J. Kelly. 



Rev. Ferdinand Senger. 

Martin Maloney. 

P. Brennan. 

Joseph Baldwin. 

,, Thomas Naughton 

A. McDonald. 

,, James Burke. 

,, M. O'Mahony. 

Jos. Butler. 

B. Wilson. 



4. ROCKWELL COLLEGE, CASHEL, Co. TIPPERARY. 



Very Rev. John Byrne, Pres. 
Rev. James Cotter. 

,, John Kingston Bursar. 

N. J. Miiller. 

C. Schmidt. 

,, M. Colgan. 
John M'Grath. 



Rev. James O'Neill, D.D. 
P. A. Walshe. 
P. Meagher. 
D. Egan. , 
Charles Meyer. 
D. Leen. 
P. McAllister. 



ENGLAND. 

5. ST. JOSEPH'S, PEASLEY CROSS, ST : HELENS. 
Very Rev. Patrick Coffey, Hector. \ Rev. E. Clery. 

Chaplains witk the Forces Revs. T. O'Brien, and D. O'Brien. 

AMERICA. 

1. IRISH MISSIONARY BAND, PHILADELPHIA, U.S A. 
Very Rev. R. Harnett, Superior. \ Rev. M. A. Kelly, D.Ph. 
Rav. J. J. O'Reilly. | N. O'Loughlin. 

2. ST. MARY'S COLLEGE, PORT OF SPAIN, TRINIDAD. 



Very Rev. E. A. Crehan, D.D , 

President, 
Rev. James Duggan. 

,, John O'Donohoe, Bursar. 
James Lacy. 
,, John O'Brien. 
: , Stephen Bryan, B.A. 
Scholastics Messrs. P. Hewitt, B.A.; T. O'Rourke, G, M. Gallagher, 

H. R. O'Donnell, H. A, Mullins. 
ParishesSt. Joseph's, Very Rev. James M'Donnell, P.P. 



Rev. Leo Graf, B.A. 
J. Heffernan, B.A. 
J. English, B.Sc., B.A. 
Patrick Butler, B.A. 
Peter Walsh, B.A. 
E. O'Connell, B.A. 



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CONGREGATION OF THE MISSION. 

(VINCENTIANS.) 

IRISH PROVINCE. 
IRELAND. 

1. Co. DUBLIN St. Joseph's, Blackrock. 



Very Rev. Joseph Walshe, Visitor. 
Rev. Michael Brosnahan 

Michael Carrigy. 

Patrick O' Regan. 



Rev. John Carr. 

,, James Downey. 
James Doyle. 
,, Edmond Barry. 



2. Co. DUBLIN St. Vincent's College, Castleknock. 



Very Rev. Vincent McCarthy, 

President. 
Rev. Alexander McCarthy, 

Vice -President. 
Rev. Richard Bodkin. 
Joseph Cussen. 
William McGlynn. 
George Carroll 



Rev. Laurence Laffan. 

Henry O'Connor. 

,, Austin Murphy. 

Vincent M'Quillan. 

,, Thomaa Hickey. 

,, Thomas Donovan. 

,, John Thompson. 



3. DUBLIN St. Peter's Church, Phibsborough. 



Very Rev. John O'Connell, 
Rev. Thomas Hardy. 

John Maher. 

Patrick Walshe. 

,, John Ward. 

,, John Conran. 

John Brady. 

Michael Kiernan. 
Patrick Hullen. 



Supr. 



Rev. George O' Sullivan. 

Edmund Comerford. 

,, Michael Gorman. 

John Roughan. 

Joseph Moran. 

Michael Gallagher. 

Richard Macken. 

Michael Nolan. 

Peter O'Leary. 



4. DUBLIN All Hallows College. 



Very Rev. Thomas O'Donnell. 

,, Joseph Geoghegan. 

,, James Moore. 
Rev. John Ballesty. 



Rev. Joseph Sheehy. 
,, James Furlong. 
William Purcell. 



f>. DUBLIN St. Patrick's Training College, Drumcondra. 

Very Rev. John S. Russell, Pres. | Rev. Timothy O'Herlihy. 
Peter Byrne, LL.D. Thomas* Cleary. 



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6. CORK St. Vincent's Church. Sunday's Well. 



Very Rev. Robert Jones, Superior 
Rev. Antony Boyle. 

,, Edward Gay nor. 

,, John Boyle. 

Daniel M'Carthy. 
James MacDonnell. 



Rev. William O'Sullivan. 
,, John Kelly. 
Daniel Walsh. 
John Gilmartin. 
Patrick Kilty. 
Robert Rossiter. 



7. ARMAGH St. Patrick's Seminary. 



Very Rev. Edmund Cullen, Pres. 
Rev. Cornelius Murphy. 



Rev. Patrick Meenagh. 
Thomas Rafferty. 



ENGLAND. 

YORKSHIRE St. Vincent's Church, Sheffield. 



Very Rev. James Bennett. 
Rev. GeraU Robinson. 
Nicholas Comerford. 



Rev. Timothy Manning. 
Patrick McElligol t. 
Thomas Slavin. 



LONDON St. Vincent's, Mill Hill. 

Very Rev. William Byrne, Supr. I Rev. Denis O'Sullivan. 
Rev. Simon Hegarty. 

LONDON St. Mary's Training College, Hammersmith. 



Very Rev. John Campbell, Princpl. 
Rev. Joseph Leonard. 



Rev. John Shanahan 
,, Charles Bagnall. 



SCOTLAND. 

LANARK St. Mary's Church. 



Very Rev. Thomas Kickham, 

Superior. 
Rev. Thomas Gavin. 

John Henry. 

,, Patrick Quinn. 



Rev. Joseph Lavery. 
John Ryan. 
John Gill. 
Patrick Barry. 



FRANCE. 

PARIS Irish College (Rue des Irlandais 5). 

Rector Very Rev. P. Boyle. I Rev. Robert Wilson. 

,j William Hastings. 



Rev. J. M 'Guinness. 



AUSTRALIA. 

SYDNEY St. Vincent's, Ashfield, N.S.W. 

Very Rev. Paul Cullen, Vice- 
Provincial. . 

Rev. James Hanley. 
Michael Gannon. 
Joseph Slattery. 



Rev. Patrick Lynch. 
,, John Ryan. 
Patrick M'Kenna. 
Richard Ryan. 
Brendan 6'Hea. 



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SYDNEY St. John's University College. 
Very Rev. Maurice O'Reilly. | Rev. Michael O'Farrell. 

BATHURST St. Stanislaus' College. 



Very Rev. Joseph Lowe, 

President. 
Rev. James Wigmore. 

John Hall. 
Mark Hall. 



Rev. Francis King. 

Greville Templeton. 
, Edward Gallagher. 



MELBOURNE St. Joseph's, Malvern, Victoria. 

I Rev. .Thomas Power. 
Superior [Vacant]. John Barry. 



Rev. John Hagarty. 
Andrew Moynihan. 



Laurence Kinsella. 
Ambrose Power, 



CHINA. 

PEKIN Toung-T'ang (St. Joseph's Church). 
Rev. Patrick O'Gorman, Supr. \ Rev. James Mullins. 



DOMINICAN ORDER. 



IRELAND. 

1. DUBLIN St. Saviour's Priory, Dominick Street. 

Applications for Missions and Retreats 'to be made to 

Very Rev. Father Provincial. 
Very Rev. James P. Dowling, Provincial. 



V. Rev. Michael M. O'Kane, S.T.L. 
Louis M. Ryan. S.T.L., 

J.C.L. 

Rev. A. O'Quigley, Sub-Prior. 
, t B. J. Masterson. 
Albert M. O'Neill, S.T.B. 
R. M. Headley. 



Rev. T. M. Barrett, S.T.L. 
W. B. Costello. 
P. J. O'Hara. 
,, J. D. Houlihan. 
FinbarRyan, B.A. 
,, Francis Ryan, B.A. 



2. TALLAGHT, Co. Dublin St. Mary's Priory (Novitiate and 
House of Studies). 



Very Rev. J. H. Donegan, 

S.T.M., Prior. 
Rev. Paul M'Kenna, S.T.M., 

Sub-Prior. 
D. M. Fahy, 

Master of Novices. 

3. CORK St. Mary's 
Rev. Gabriel H. O'Farrell. Prior. 
Fr. T. A. Quinn, S.T.M. 
M. A. Keane, D.D, 
H. S. Glendon. 



Rev. H. M. Jones. 
,, D. R. Magennis. 
M. H. Maclnerney. 
C. O'Neill, S.T.L. 
V R. Roche, S.T.L. 
H. Power, S.T.L. 

P ory, Pope's Quay. 
R v. G. M. O'Farrell. 

A. J. Dalton, S.T.L. 

Thomas Breen. 

D. Geelan. 



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315 



4. LIMERICK St. Saviour's Priory. 

Very Rev. J. Smyth, Prior. I Rev. B. M. Larkin. 

Rev. M. A. Duhig, Sub-Prior. \ W. C, Kean, M.A, 

5. WATERFORD St. Saviour's Priory. 



Very Rev. Raymund Kieran, 

S.T.L., Prior. 
Rev. R. B. Duggan, S.T.B. 



Rev. John J. M 'Govern. 
B. Keane. 



6. TRALEE Holy Cross Priory. 



Very Rev. R. Ayres, Prior. 
Rev. W. Stephens. 



Rev. S. Conlon. 
T. P. Boylan. 



Very Rev. G. R. O'Sullivan, 

Prior. 
Rev. R. J. Walsh, Sub-Prior. 



7. SLIGO Holy Cross Abbey. 

Rev. P. D. McCormick. 
S. M'Sorley. 



8. NEWRY St. Catherine's Priory. 



Very Rev. P. A. Murphy, Prior. 
Rev. P. V. Kenny, S.T.M., 

Sub- Prior. 



Rev. Reginald Keenan, B.A. 
.. J. Powell. 



9. DUNDALK St. Malachy's Priory. 



Very Rev. J. H. Flood, S.T.L., 



Rev. Jordan Powell, S.T.B. 



Prior. 



Rev. J. D. Roche. 
,, J. -Noonan. 



10. GALWAY (St. Mary's), West Convent. 



Very Rev. T. A. Tighe, S.T.L., 

Prior. 
Rev. A. Dempsey, S.T.L. 



Rev. Ambrose Coleman, S.T.L. 
M. O'Neill. 



11. NEWBRIDGE. Co. KILDARE College of St, Thomas of Aquin. 



Very Rev. C. P. MacCluskey, 

Prior. 

Rev. Valentine Hayes. 
Louis M'Gauran. 



Rev. Raymund Murphy. 
P. Gogarty. 
A. Fogarty. 



12. DROGHEDA St. Magdalen's Priory. 

Very Rev. D. Muckian, Prior. \ Rev. M. P. O'Flaherty. 
Reginald Walsh, S.T.M. | R. Purfield. 



13. KILKENNY Holy Trinity (Black Abbey). 



Very Rev. A. O'Reilly, Prior. 
Rev. M. P. Clery, S.T.L., D.Ph., 
Sub-Prior. 



Rev. T. F. Purcell. 



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14. ATHY St. Dominic's. 
Very Rev. J. Kiely, Vicar. - \ Rev. John C. O'Sullivan. 



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ABROAD. 

1. ROME San Clemente, Via S. Giovanni in Laterano. 



Very Rev. T. Crofts, S.T.L., B.A., 
Prior. 

Rev. Thomas Garde, S.T.L., Sub- 
Prior. 
J. T. Crotty, S.T.L. 



Rev. Louis M. Nolan, B.A. 
,, Michael Browne, S.T.L. 
,, Francis Flavin. 
,, J. Mullen. 
, T. Dumanoire. 



2. LISBON, PORTUGAL Corpo Santo. 



Very Rev. Constantius Gallagher, 

Vicar. 
Rev. Pius Dyson. 



Rev. Pius M'Alinney, S.T.L. 
Paul O'SuUivan, S.T.L. 
T. P. Bryson, B.A. 



3. PORT OF SPAIN, TRINIDAD B.W.I. 

Rev. J. P. M'Quillan. 
,, Hyacinth McDonald. 
,, J. A. Dowling. 
,," Ignatius Nolan. 
,, Cyril Fitzpatrick. 
,, John'D. Egan. 
Patrick Smyth. 
Constantius Hunt. 



Most Rev. John Pius Dowling, 

D.D., Archbishop. 
Very Rev. H. V. Casey, S.T.L., 

Vicar. 

Rev. Louis Aherne, S.T.L. 
M. L. Loughlin, S.T.L., 

B.A. 

J. B. Thayne. 
Laurence O'Kelly; 
Leo Molloy. 



Philip Stack. 



4. ADELAIDE, SOUTH AUSTRALIA St. Laurence's. 



Most Rev. Robert W. Spence, 

D.D., Archbishop. 
Very Rev. S. A. O'Kelly, Vicar. 
Rev. D. B. Falvey. 
Stanislaus Hogan, S.T.L., 
J.C.L. 



Rev. Innocent Doyle, B A. 
,, Vincent M'Evoy, B.A. 
Vincent Chandler. 
.. R. C. Oxenham. 



5. SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA, U.S.A. St. Dominic's. 
Rev. A. M. Skelly. 

6. FBIBOURG, SWITZERLAND. 
Rev. Vincent Rowan, S.T.L., L.S. Script., B.A. 

Dominican Fathers serving as Army Chaplains. 

Rev. E. H. Collins. 



9120] LIST OF THE REGULAR CLERGY. 317 

FRANCISCAN ORDER. 

PROVINCE OF ARMAGH. 

1. DROGHEDA (Diocese of Armagh). 
Very Rev. A. S. Mullan, I Very Rev. P. A. Corish. 

Guardian. \ Rev. M. K. O' Regan 

CONFRATERNITIES ATTACHED TO THE CHURCH, 
Third Order of St. Francis. 
Confraternity of the Cord of St. Francis, 
Confraternity of the Holy Face. 

2. MULTYFARNHAM (Diocese of Meath). 



Very Rev. Fr. John Capistran, 

Provincial, 
,, Fr. Flannan, Guardian 



and Rector. 



Rev. Fr. Joseph. 



Rev. Fr. Alban. 

Fr. Francis Xavier, 



Fr. Pacificus. 
Fr. Vincent. 



Vice- Rector, 



Fr. Michael. 

Brothers Felix, Humilis, John, Hugoline and Columbanus, 

College for preparing Aspirants for the Franciscan Novitiate. 

CONFRATERNITY ATTACHED TO THE CHURCH. 

Third Order of St. Francis. 

3. ATHLONE (Diocese of Ardagh). 



Very Rev. Fr. Fridolin, Guardian. 
Rev. Fr. Columba, Vicar. 



Fr. Antony 



Rev. Fr. Stanislaus. 
Fr. James. 
Fr. Jerome. 



Brothers Leonard and Charles. 

CONFRATERNITIES ATTACHED TO THB CHURCH. 
Third Order of St. Francis. 
Confraternity of the Cord of St. Francis. 

PROVINCE OF DUBLIN. 

4. DUBLIN (Diocese of Dublin). 



Very Rev. T. A. Molony, Guardian. 
J. A. Jackman. 
Fr. N. L. Baldwin 



Rev. P. F. Begg. 
J. L. Lynch. 
T. A. Fitzgerald. 



R. C. -Browne. | 

CONFRATERNITIES ATTACHED TO THE CHURCH. 
Third Order of St. Francis. 
Confraternity of the Sacred Heart of Jesus. 
Confraternity of the Holy Face. 
Confraternity of the Cord of St. Francis. 
5. WEXFORD (Diocese of Ferns). 



Very Rev. Fr. Alfred, Guardian. 
,, Fr, Nicholas, ex-Prov, 
Fr. Barnabas, Vicar, 



Rev. John J. Roche. 
Fr. Brendan. 
Fr. Ambrose. 



Brothers Patrick and Seraphim. 

CONFRATERNITIES ATTACHED TO THE CHURCH. 
Third Order of St. Francis. 
Confraternity of the Living Rosary 



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PROVINCE OF CASHEL. 

6. CORK St. Francis, Liberty Street (Diocese of Cork). 
Very Rev. Fr. Leo, Guardian. Rev. Fr. Francis 

Fr. J. Wogan, Deflnitor. Rev. Fr. Peter. 
,, Fr. Mathew, Definitor. 

Brother Gerard. 

CONFRATERNITIES ATTACHED TO THE CHURCH. 

Third Order of St. Francis. 
Confraternity of the Cord of St. Francis. 
Confraternity of the Sacred Heart of Jesus. 

7. ENNIS (Diocese of Killaloe). 



Very Rev. Fr. Chrysostom, 



Guardian. 



Rev. Fr. Patrick. 
Fr. Leopold. 



Fr. Edmund, Vicar. 

Brothers Paschal and Malachy. 

CONFRATERNITY ATTACHED TO THE CHURCH, 
Third Order of St. Francis. 

8. LIMERICK (Diocese of Limerick). 



Very Rev. Fr. Bonaventure, 

Guardian. 
,, Fr. Leonard. Vicar. 



Rev. Fr. Ambrose. 
Fr. Finbarr, 
,, Fr. Philip. 



Brothers Sebastian and Giles. 

CONFRATERNITIES ATTACHED TO THE CHURCH. 
Third Order of St. Francis. 
Confraternity of the Cord of St. Francis. 

9. WATERFORD (Diocese of Waterford and Lismore). 



Very Rev. H. R. O'Connor, Qdn. 
Rev. R. F. Chambers. 



Rev. P. A. Keating. 
J. J. Kelly. 



CONFRATERNITIES ATTACHED TO THB CHURCH. 
Third Order of St. Francis. 

* 
10. KILLARNEY (Diocese of Kerry). 



Very Rev. Fr. Benedict, Guardian. 
Fr. Dominic, Custos 
Prov. and Master of Novices. 



Rev. Fr. Alphonsus, Vicar. 
,, Fr. Ignatius. 
Fr. Augustine. 



Brothers Didacus, Juniper, Eleazar. 

CONFRATERNITIES. 

Third Order of St. Francis. 
Confraternity of the Cord of St. Francis. 
Guard of Honour of the Blessed Sacrament. 



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11. CARRICK BEG (Diocese of Waterford and Lismore). 

Very R >v. T. V. O'Grady, I Very Rev. T. J. Rossiter. 

Guardian. \ 

CONFRATERNITY ATTACHED TO THE CHURCH. 
Third Order of St. Francis. 

12. CLONMEL (Diocese of Waterford and Lismore). 



Very Rev. Fr. Benignus, 
Guardian. 



Rev. Fr. Ferdinand. 
Fr. Mark. 



,, Fr. Aidan, Vicar. 

Brothers Thaddeus and Charles. 

CONFRATERNITIES ATTACHED TO THE CHURCH. 
Third Order of St. Francis. 
Confraternity of the Cord of St. Francis. 

PROVINCE OF TUAM. 

13. GAL WAY (Diocese of Galway). 
Very Rev. Fr. Peter, Guardian. I Very Rev. Fr. Fidelia, Definitor. 

\ Rev. Fr. Peter Baptist. 
Brother Jo?eph. 

CONFRATERNITIES ATTACHED TO THE CHURCH. 
Third Order of St. Francis. 
Confraternity of the Cord of St. Francis. 

ST. ISIDORE'S, ROME. 

IRISH FRANCISCAN COLLEGE, ROME. 
Very Rev. Fr. Hubert, Gdn. Rev. Fr. Roger, v Instructor of 



Rev. Fr. Luke, Prefect of Studies. 



Students. 



Brothers Hortalan, Kerin, Aloysius and Bonaventure. 

IRISH FRANCISCANS, CAPRANICA (PROV DI ROMA), ITALY. 
Rev. Fr. Bernardino, President. \ 

Brothers Benvenute and John. 

AUSTRALIA (DIOCESE OF SYDNEY). 



Very Rev. P. B. Kennedy, Com. 

Prov. 

Rev. J. S. Joyce. 
P. B. Lawler. 
J. J. Larkin. 



P. F. M'Namara, S.T.L. 
W. A. Wogan. 



Rev. M. P. Kelly. 

R. B. Piper. 

J. C. Bartley. 

J. B. Foley. 

P. A. Grealy. 

C. Moriarty. 

S. McGee. 



WAR CHAPLAINS. 



Rev. J. P O'Meehan. 
Laurence O'Neill. 



Rev. Bernard Kneafsey. 
,, P. D. O'Callaghan. 



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ORDER OF CHARITY ANGLO-HIBERNIAN 
PROVINCE. 

IRELAND. 

1. UPTON St. Patrick's Industrial School, Upton, Co. Cork. 
Rev. John Harrington, Rector. \ Rev. Frederick O'Connor. 
Upton Industrial School of 200 boys. 

2. CLONMEL St. Joseph's Industrial School, Ferryhouse, Clonmel 
Rev. John J. Lyons, Rector. i Rav. Peter Scully. 

Rev. Timothy Buckley. 

Clonmel Industrial School of 170 boys. 

3. OMEATH St. Michael's, Omeath, Co. Louth. 

Novitiate House. 
Rev. James Woodcock, Master of I Rev. Arthur O'Brien. 

Novices. 

Applications for Retreats and Missions to be made to the Very Rev. 
W. T. Hughes, St. Marie's, Rugby, England. 



ENGLAND. 

1. RUGBY St. Marie's. 



Very Rev. W. T. Huerhes, 
Provincial. 



Rev. Edmund Hobson. 
John Guise. 



Rev. Joseph Hurley, Rector. 

2. WADHURST The Mount, Wadhurst, Sussex. Noyitiate House. 
Rev. Frederick Palmer, I Rev. Peter Castellano, 

Rector. Alec. Donnelly. 

John McGinn. j 

3. RATCLIFFE Ratcliffe College, Leicester. 



Rev. John Keating. 

Michael Broderick. 



Rev. Aloysius Emery, President. 
Cuthbert Emery, Minister. 
,, Thomas Davies. 

4. LONDON St. Etheldreda's, Ely Place, Holborn Circus (1297.) 
Re-opened 1876). 

Rev. Stephen Eyre Jarvis, Rector. \ Rev. Ernest King. 

5. NEWPORT St. Mary's and St. Michael's, Newport, Mon. 



Rev. Daniel Hickey, Rector. 
Francis Ottway. 
Ernest Samuel Hill. 



Rev. Joseph Cummins 
Joseph Connor. 
Patrick Hart. 



6. LOUGHBOROUGH St. Mary's. 
Rev. George Elson, Rector. \ Rev. John Colbert. 

Rev. Edward Hoare, Chaplain, Convent of the Sisters of Providence. 

7. BEXHILL-ON-SEA St. Mary Magdalene's. 
Rev. "William H. Pollard, Rector. \ Rev. Michael Thomas. 

8. CARISBROOK. 
Rev. James C. Whelan, Chaplain to the Sisters of Providence. 



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WALES. 

1. CARDIFF St. Peter's. 



Rev. Michael Fennell. Rector. 
Thomas Nolan. 
Herbert Davies. 



Rev. Michael Foley. 
Thomas Nunan. 
J. M. Cronin. 



2. CARDIFF St. Alban's. 

Rev. Simon Nadale, Hector. \ Rev. Owen M'Cusker. 

3. USK St. Francis Xavier's. 

Rev. Alfred Knight. 

War Chaplains Rev. Francis Mason, Rev. Herbert Cox, Rev, John 
Burris, Rev. John Fevez, Rev. Thomas Hickey. 



OBLATES. 

IRELAND. 

1. DUBLIN Church of Mary Immaculate, Inchicore, Dublin. 



Very Rev Thomas Leahy, Prof). 
Joseph Wheeler, 

Superior. 

Rev. John J. O'Carroll. 
Thomas Dawson. 
,, Matthew Clarke. 
Mission House Applications for 



Rev. Timothy O'Ryan. 
,, Eugene Matthews. 
Michael Sweeney. 
,, Richard Ryan. 
James O'Shea, B.A., D.D. 

Missions and Retreats to be made 



to the Provincial, or to the Superior, House of Retreat, Inchicore, 
Dublin. 

CONFRATERNITY ATTACHED TO THE CHURCH. 
Confraternity of the Immaculate Conception. Men, 520. Women, 500; 

Girls, 400. Boys, 380. 

National School under the charge of the Fathers. 
2. GLENCREE, WICKLOW St. Kevin's Reformatory School. 
Very Rev. James Moran, Supr. I Rev. James Hughes. 
Rev. Edward Hunt. 

3. STILLORGAN, BELMONT HOUSE (Novitiate and Scholasticate). 
Very Rev. Joseph Danaher. D.Ph., I Rev. Louis Foley, M.A. 

D.D., Superior. Francis Foley, B.A. 

Right Rev. Bishop Miller. I Richard Gleeson, B.A. 

Rev. W. J. MacCallion. 

4. BELCAMP HALL, RAHENY, Co. DUBLIN Juniorate of the 

Oblate Fathers. 



Very Rev. Wm. O'Connor, B.A., 

Superior. 
Rev. Nicholas Treacy, B.A., 



Rev. Michael O'Dwver. 

Wm. Doyle, B.A., B.D. 
,, Rev. James McCann, B.A. 



D.D. 

5. PHILIPSTOWN, KING'S COUNTY St. Conleth's Reformatory School. 
Very Rev. Patrick Dunne, Sup. I Rev. John Daly, B.A., Chaplain. 
Rev. P. Leonard. 

ENGLAND AND WALES. 

LONDON Church of the English Martyrs, Great Prescott St., London, E, 
Very Rev. Joseph Edmond Gor- Rev. Henry Lennon, 

man, Superior. 
LONDON Church of the Sacred Heart, Quex Road, Kilburn, London, 

N.W. 
Very Rev. Daniel Wilkinson, I Rev. Thomas Collingwood Burke* 

Superior. Laurence Walshe. 



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LIVERPOOL Holy Cross, Great Crosshall Street, Liverpool. 



Very Rev. Joseph Scannell, Supr. 
Rev. John Clenaghan. 
Patrick Collins, B.A. 



Rev. Michael O'Ryan. 
Joseph Leech, 

Army Chaplain, 



BIRKENHEAD St. Anne's, Rockferry, Birkenhead. 



Very Rev. M. O'Reilly, Superior. 
Rev. Ernest A. Watson. 



Rev. Bryan O'Connell. 

Thomas Foley. 
LEEDS Mount St. Mary's, Leeds 



Rev. Bernard O'Reilly, B.A. 

Andrew Clery. 



Very Rev. Daniel O'Ryan, Supr. 
Rev. Arthur M'Intyre. 
Michael Butler, B.A., B.D 

SlCKLINGHALL, WETHERBY, YORKSHIRE LyS Marie. 

Very Rev. Nicholas Ryan, I Rev. Jos. Morgan. 
Supr. 

HOLYHEAD St. Mary's. 
Rev. Benedict O'Brien, Rector. \ Rev. Andrew Coyle. 

COLWYN BAY St. Joseph's. 
Rev. Patrick Newman, Rector. \ Rev. John Fitzpatrick. 

SCOTLAND. 

LEITH Star of the Sea, 106 Constitution Street, Leith. 



Very Rev. Chas. M'Manus, Supr. 
Rev. Charles Byrne. 
John O'Rourke. 



Rev. Michael McNamara. 
Daniel Collier. 
Frederick O'Donnell. 



PASSIONISTS Anglo-Hibernian Province. 

IRELAND. 

DUBLIN St. Paul's Retreat, Mount Argus. 



Very Rev. John M'MulJan, Prov. 
Very Rev. Cyprian Meagher, 

First Prov. Cons. 
Very Rev. Sebastian Slean, 

Second Prov. Cons. 
Very Rev. Francis Kelly, Rector. 
Rev. Fernando Saavedra, 

Vice- Rector. 
Lawrence Kieran. 
Berchmans Byrne. 



Rev. Paiicras Byrne. 
Columban Tyne. 
Joseph Smith. 
Hubert Carruth. 
Herbert Greenan. 
Xavier Beale. 
Kieran Farrelly. 
Colman Fitzgerald. 
Basil Carron. 
Adrian Convery. 



Applications for Missions and Retreats should be addressed to the 
Rector, or to the Very Rev. John McMullan, C.P., Provincial, St. 
Paul's Retreat, Mount Argus. Dublin. 

CONFRATERNITIES ATTACHED TO THE CHURCH. 
Confraternity of the Most Holy Cross and Passion of Our Lord Jesus 

Christ. 2,258 members. 

Christian Doctrine Association. 150 members. 
Altar Society of the Sacred Heart. 40 members. 

DUBLIN St. Patrick^, Claremont Park, Sandymount, 
Juniorate for Boys desirous of becoming Priests, in the Order, 
Rev. Hermann Willis, Sup, \ Rev. Brendan Keegan. 

Application for admission to be made to the Superior. 



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BELFAST Holy Cross Retreat, Ardoyne. 

Rev. Hilarion Gallagher. 
Henry Ward. 
Augustine Hopkins. 
Justin Muldoon. 



Very Rev. Bernard Mangan, 

Rector. 
Rev. Richard Curran, Vice- Rector. 

Mark Gavin. 

Raphael Morris. 



ENNISKILLEN Blessed Gabriel's Retreat, " The Graan.' 



Very Rev. Wm. Brennan, Rector. 
Ephrem O'Connell, 

Master of Novices. 
Rev, Anselm Nolan, Vice-Rector, 



Rev. Cornelius O'Brien, 

Master. 

Hugh Keegan. 
Reginald O'Neill, 



Vice- 



ENGLAND. 

ST. JOSEPH'S RETREAT Highgate Hill, London, N 
Very Rev. John McMullan, Prov. 
Phil Coghlan,Proy. Sec. 
Malachy Gavin, Rector 
Rev. Hyacinth Fitzpatrick ir -'~" 

Rector. 

Albert M'Killop. 
,, Chrysostom Roth well. 
Matthew Kelly. 



Vice- 



Rev. Fidelis Doyle. 
Charles Byrne. 

Paul Francis Fitzgerald. 
Anthony Doherty. 
Peter Paul McDonnell. 
Vincent O'Connor. 
Aidan Byrne. 
Placid Stevens. 



ST. ANNE'S RETREAT Sutton, St. Helens, Lanes. 



Very Rev.Isodore Whelehan, Rector. 
Rev. George Dobson, Vice- Rector. 

Eugene Nevin. 

,, Oswald Donnelly. 

Honorius Walsh. 



Rev. Gerald O'Boyle. 
Gregory Byrne. 
Ignatius Gibney. 
,, Wulstan Henry. 



ST. SAVIOUR'S RETREAT Broadway, Worcestershire. 
Very Rev. Egwin Wilkes, Rector. Rev. Benedict Donegan. 
Rev. Ambrose Hayes, Vice-Rector. Edwin Farrell. 

Edmund M'Intyre. Angelo McCunnin. 

Placid Wareing, 

ST. MARY'S RETREAT Harborne, Birmingham. 
Very Rev. Antoninus Hull, Rector. \ Rev. Bernardino Hullen. 



Rev. Thos. Heffernan, Vice- Rector, 
Bruno Townsend, 
Robert Kelly. 



Nicholas Harbinson. 
Andrew Murphy. 






OUR LADY'S RETREAT Herne Bay, Kent. 
Very Rev. Bonaventure Fitz- I Rev. Norbert Hughes, 
herbert, Superior. \ John Baptist Garvey. 

ST. MARY'S RETREAT Carmarthen, S. Wales. 
Very Rev. Urban Young, Rector. \ Rev. Alphonsus Farrell. 
Rev. Finbar Ward, Vice- Rector. 



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SCOTLAND. 

ST. MUNGO'S RETREAT Parson Street, Glasgow. 

Very Rev. Alban Kennedy, Rector. I Rev. Boniface Connolly. 
Rev. Cyril Barker, Vice- Rector. Germain Con way. 

Louis Sherwood. Marcellus Malone. 

Raphael Nixon. Eustace M'Aulsy. 

AUSTRALIA. 

ARCHDIOCESE OF SYDNEY, 

ST. BRIGID'S RETREAT, Marrickville, Sydney, N.S.W. 
Very Rev. Bertrand Mangan, Rev. Gerard Chester. 

Pro- Provincial. Maurice Donegan. 

,, Callistus Henry, ,, Oswald Bennett. 

2nd Prov. Cons. Francis Clune. 

Rev. Casimir Maguire, Vicar. Joseph O'Neill. 

ARCHDIOCESE OF ADELAIDE. 

ST, PAUL'S RETREAT, Glen Osmond, Adelaide, S.A. 
Very Rev. Bernard Robertson, ] Rev. Charles Jarger. 
Superior. Benedict Abel. 



Rev. Leonard Brereton, Vicar. 
Edward Lemaitre. 



Ignatius Lemesarie'r. 
Peter O'Hare. 



DIOCESE or GOULBURN. 

PRESENTATION RETREAT, Mary's Mount, Goulburn, N.S.W. 
Very Rev. Athanasius Ryan, | Very Rev. Bede O'Brien, 

1st Prov. Cons, Master of Novices* 

James Lappin, I Rev. Linus McKiernan. 

Superior. \ Grabriel Stapleton. 

On Military Chaplaincy Duties Fathers Kevin McKeown, Felix 
Hawarden, Aloysius Giles, and Raymund Saunders. 



REDEMPTORISTS. 



IRELAND. 



Very 

Very 
Rev. 



L LIMERICK 
Rev. Patk. Hartigan, 

Provincial. 

Rev. Patrick Leo, Rector. 
Arthur Maguire. 
Timothy Power. 
Vincent Bourke. 
Cornelius Hunt. 
Patrick Kilbride. 
James Cleere. 
James Whelan* 
John Kelly. 



Mount St. Alphonsus. 

Rev. Raymund O'Flynn. 
John Harfcy. 
John Murnane. 
Edward Jones. 
Thomas Butler. 
John Tracy. 
James McLoughlin. 
Thomas O Connor. 
James Boylan. 
John McDonnell, 
Patrick Brennar. 



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Very Rev. James Collier, Hector. 
Rev. James McCann. 

Henry Berghman. 

Michael Magnier. 

James O'Brien. 

Michael Somers. 

John M'Namara. 

John B. Coyle. 

,, John Curley. 

Francis Gilmartin. 



2. DUNDALK ST. Joseph's. 



Rev. Michael Geraghty. 
Brendan Treacy. 
Joseph Curran. 
Christopher O'Flynn. 
John O'Sullivan. 
John Mulligan. 
Edward McLoughlin. 
Thomas Fleming. 
Francis O'Rourke. 



3. BELFAST Clonard Monastery. 

Very Rev. Patrick Crotty, Rector. Rev. Patrick Shannon. 
Rev. Laurence Hayes. 

,, Jamea Hegarty. 

Patrick Griffith. 

Julius Peeters. 

Peter P. McCarthy. 

Michael Cagney. 

4. ESKEB St. Patrick's, Athenry. 



John Carr. 
Andrew Cleary. 
Michael McLoughlin. 
John Brady. 
Patrick Devine. 



Very Rev. Denis Turner, Rector, 
Rev. Eugene O'Donnell. 
,, Patrick Sampson. 
Daniel Tierney. 
Edward O'Connor. 
John M'Hugh. 
Thomas Cassin. 
,, Henry Potter. 
James Coogan. 

5. DUBLIN Marianella, Orwell Road, Rathgar. 
Very Rev. John Fitzgerald, | Rev. Thomas Sutton. 



Rev. William Treacy. 
William Nolan. 
Michael Curran. 
Patrick Carroll. 
Timothy O'Twomey. 
Aloysius Feighery 
Ulic Cronin. 
A Keatinge. 
Patrick Ktlly. 



C. Mangan. 
Thomas Robinson. 



Superior. 

Rev. John Doyle. 
Rev. Richard Murphy. 

A Hospice for University Students, C.SS.R., and a residence ol 
Missionary Fathers. Applications for Missions and Retreats may be 
made to the Very Rev. Father Superior. 

PHILIPPINE ISLANDS. 

6. OPONG, CEBU. 

Very Rev. W. Byrne, Sup. \ Rev. George Kilbride. 

Rev. Mat. O'Callaghan. " Patrick Twohy. 

Thomas Murphy. Raymund Cleere. 

Denis Grogan. 

7. MALATE, MANILA. 
Very Rev. P. M. Lynch, Superior. \ Rev. Henry O'Donnell, 

AUSTRALIA. 

8. MOUNT ST. ALPHONSUS, WARATAH, N.S.W. 
Very Rev. Ed. Gleeson, Visitor. | Rev. William O'Sullivan. 

Terence Brown, Rector. \ ,, John De Courcy. 
Rev. Patrick J. Lynch. William Packer. 

Thomas F. Walsh. Francis Duffy. 

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9. ST. MARY'S, WINDOUREE, BALLARAT, VICTORIA. 



Very Rev. Peter Paul Murray, 

Rector. 

Rev. William Bannon. 
Christopher M'Dermott. 

,, Thomas Campbell. 



Rev. Marcus MoGrath. 
Albert Kelly. 
William Joyce. 
Vincent McManus. 



10. SS. PETER AND PAUL'S, PERTH, WESTERN AUSTRALIA. 



Very Rev. C Treacey, Rector. 

,, James Murray. 
Rev. Eugene O'Neill. 

John Creagh. | 

11. REDEMPTORISTS COLLEGE, ST CLEMENTS', GEELONG, N.S.W. 



Rev. William Cagney. 
,, William Howes. 
;, John Walsh. 



Very Rev. Alexander M'Mullan. 

Superior. 
Thomas Roche. 



Rev Denis Mitchell. 
Robert Mageean. 



NEW ZEALAND. 

12. MOUNT ST. GERARD, WELLINGTON. 



Very Rev. P. Whelan, Rector. 
Rev. Dominic Mangan. 
Edmund Langley, 



Rev. Michael Hannigan. 
, John O'Brien. 



ROME. 

At ST. ALFONSO, VIA MERULANA. 
Most Rev. Patrick Murray, 

Superior-General. 



SOCIETY OF JESUS. 



1. DUBLIN Church of St. 



IRELAND. 

Francjs Xavier, 



Upper Gardiner Street, 



Very Rev. Thomas V. Nolan, 
Provincial. 

,, Andreas Macardle.$wj>. 
Rev. Joseph Wrafter. 

Patrick Barrett. 

Wriiam Gleeson. 

,, Henry Potter. 

Michael Weafer. 

,, James Bury. 
James Cullen. 



Rev. Thomas Murphy. 
Timothy O'Keeffe. 
Vincent Byrne. 
Joseph Tunney. 

Charles Farley. 

Michael Browne. 

Patrick Power. 

Frederick Gill. 

Michael Phelan. 



2. DUBLIN Belvedere College, Great Denmark Street. 

Very Rev. Charles Doyle, Rector. I Rev. Nicholas A. Tomkins 
Rev. Stanislaus McLoughlin, John Byrne 



Vice-Rector. 
Edward Dillon. 
Joseph M'Donnell. 



Lambert M'Kenna, 
Richard Golding. 
Michael Quinlan. 



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LIST OF THE REGULAR CLERGY. 



327 



3. DUBLIN St. Ignatius', 35 Lower Leeson Street. 



Very Rev. Thomas A. Finlay, 

President. 
Rev. George R. Roche, Vice-Pres. 

,, Henry Browne. 

William Delaiiy. 



Rev. George O'Neill. 
Michael Egan. 
Timothy Corcoran. 
Patrick Connolly. 
John MacErlean. 
Henry Gill. 



4. DUBLIN House of Studies and Spiritual Exercises, Milltown Park 



Very Rev. Martin Maher, Rector. 
Rev. Nich. J. Tomkin, Vice- Rector. 

John Keane, 

,, Patrick O' Brien. 

., William O'Leary. 

Edward Masterson. 

Matthew Devitt. 

Peter Finlay. 

Henry Fegan. 

Robert Kane. 

James Forristal. 

Edward Cahill. 

,, John Hannon. 

,, John M'Donnell. 



Rev. Hugh Tunney. 

Patrick Bartley. 

} , Patrick Gannon. 

,, Joseph Canavan. 

Daniel Fitzgibbon. 

Basil Loughnan. 

,, Gerald Owens. 

,, Michael Saul. 

,, John McSheahan. 

,, Daniel Finn. 

,, Martin Han ley. 

Thomas McLaughlin. 

Michael Murray. 



5. DUBLIN Rathfarnham Castle, Rathfarnham. 



Very Rev. John Sullivan, Reclor. 
R v. Richard Campbell, 
Vice- Rector. 

David Gallery. 

,, Michael Garahy. 



Rev. Joseph Darlington. 
., John Fallen. 
,, Joseph Flinn. 
,, Timothy Halpin. 
,, Patrick O'Mara. 



6. Co. KILDARE Clongowes Wood College (Diocese of Kildare). 



Very Rev. Charles Mulcahy, Rector. 
Rev. James McCann, Vice- Rector. 

,, John Joy. 

,, Patrick O'Donoghue. 

James Whitaker, 
John O'Connor. 



Rev. Victor Lentaigne. 
John A. Byrne. 
,, Laurence Kieran, 
James Daly. 
Martin Corbett. 



7. TULLAMORE St. Stanislaus' College, Tullamore (Diocese of Meath). 



Very Rev. William Henry, Rector. 
Rev. Esmond White, Vice-Rector. 

William Button. 

,, William Power, 

Richard O'Reilly. 

,, Ignatius Gartlan. 

,, George Byrne. 

,, James Tomkin. 
Edward J Barrett. 



Rev,, Francis Browne. 

., Richard Devane. 

,, Edmund Frost. 

,, Thomas O'Mara. 

,, Michael Quinlan 

,, Daniel Roche. 

,, Francis Shaw. 

,, John Casey. 



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8. LIMERICK College of the Sacred Heart, Crescent (Diocese of 

Limerick). 

Very Rev. Laurence Potter, Rev. Robert D. Kelly. 

Rector. William O'Reilly. 

Rev. Jerome O'Mahony, John Elliott. 

Vice-Rector. Patrick Kennedy. 

John Kelly. 
Patrick M'Williams. 
William Hackett. 



Charles Byrne. 
Charles O'Connell. 
Thomas Shuley. 



9. LIMERICK Mungret College (Diocese of Limerick). 



Very Rev. James Corboy, Rector. 
Rev. Ernest Spillane, Vice-Rector. 

John Fahy 

,, William Kane. 

,, William Stephenson. 

10. GALWAY College of St. Ignatius (Diocese of Galway). 



Rev. Patrick Morris. 

Augustine O 'Kelly. 
James Finucane. 
John Barragry. 
Thomas Maher. 



Very Rev. Henry Foley, Rector. 
Rev. Wm. Byrne, Vice- Rector, 

William McCormack. 

Charles Cuffe. 

Edmund Downing. 



Rev. Patrick Nolan. 
James Rabbitte. 
Bartholomew Coghlan. 
Ernest Mackey. 
Francis Lyons. 



ABROAD. 

Rome. Rev. Edmund Power, Prof. Syriac, Biblical Instituto. 
Ceylon. Rev. Denis Murphy, Bishop's House, Galle. 
Hastings Rev. Michael M'Grath, Rev. Stephen Brown, Ore Place. 
Belgium Rev. William Keane, Tronchiennes. 

1. MELBOURNE St. Ignatius', Richmond. 



Rev. Patrick Dalton. 
Charles Morrogh. 
Thomas Walsh. 
John Ryan. 



Very Rev. William Lockington, 

Sup. Misa. 

Rev. Joseph Brennan, Sup. 
Richard Murphy. 
Gerald Corr. 

2. MELBOURNE St. James', Richmond. 
Rev. Cornelius Hartnett, Sup. \ Rev. Peter Dwyer. 

3. MELBOURNE Manresa House. Hawthorne. 



Very Rev. Thomas Claffey, 

Superior. 
Rev. George Kelly. 



Rev. Edward Corish. 
Charles Delaney. 



4. MELBOURNE St. Francis Xavier's College, Kew. 



Very Rev. Jeremiah Sullivan, 

Rector 

,, John Bourke. 
Peter Baker. 

James O'Connor. 



Rev. Matthew Egan. 
Francis O'Keeffe. 
William Baker. 
John Egan. 
i, John Nerney. 



5. MELBOURNE St. Patrick's College. 



Very Rev. Eustace Boylan, Recrtor. 
Rev. John Martin. 

Michael Watson. 



Rev. Denis Manning. 
William Moloney. 
Patrick Griffin. 



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6. MELBOURNE Newman University College. 
Very Rev. Albert Power, Rector. I Rev. Wilfrid Ryan. 
Rev. Dominick Kelly. 

7. SYDNEY St. Ignatius' College, Riverview. 
Very Rev. Thomas O'Dwyer, Rector. I Rev. Edward Pigot. 

Thomas Fay. William O'Keeffe. 

Joseph Henly. I Francis Ryan. 

-, Patrick McCurtin. 

8. SYDNEY St Aloysius' College. 

Very Rev. John Forster, Rector, I Rev. James Kirwan. 
Rev. Patrick McCarthy. , Luke Murphy. 

James O'Dwyer. Joseph Cahill. 

,, John Peifer. 

9. SYDNEY St. Mary's, Miller Street, North Sydney. 



Very Rev. Joseph Hearn, Superior. 
Rev. Joseph J. Brennan. 
Thomas Gartlan. 



Rev. Thomas Carroll, 
,, Patrick Tighe. 



10. SYDNEY St. F. Xavier's, Lavender Bay, N. Sydney. 
Very Rev. Robert O'Dempsey, Rev. Henry Cock. 

Superior, 

1 1. SYDNEY Loyola House, Greenwich Road. 
Very Rev. Francis Keogh, I Rev. John Corcoran. 

Superior. Thomas M'Grath. 

12. SOUTH AUSTRALIA St. Ignatius', Norwood, Adelaide 



Rev. Dominick Connell, Supr 
Francis Carroll. 
Francis Connell. 



Rev. Donald M'Killopp. 
Michael Dooley. 



13. SOUTH AUSTRALIA St. Aloysius', Sevenhill. 
Very Rev. Patrick M'Grath, Supr. I Rev. Augustine Fleury. 
James Cleary. ,, Michael Colmaii. 

John O'Brien. 

14. BRISBANE Holy Name, Toowong. 
Very Rev. John Roney, | Rev. Robert Little. 

Superior. 



ARMY CHAPLAINS. 

Rev. Hugh Mulhall, Bordon Camp, Hants. 
Bernard Page, Transport Duty, India. 
William Gwynn, Transport Duty, Australia. 



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SOCIETY OF MARY ; OR, MARIST FATHERS. 



IRELAND. 

1. DUNDALK St. Mary's College (Archdiocese of Armagh). 

(Founded 17th September, 1861.) 
Very Rev. P. E. Byrne, Professor. Rev. E. Hayes. 



President, 
Rev. John Byrne, Vice-Superior. 
Professor, Rev. J. M'Kenna. 
P. M'Ardle. 



N. Mathieu. 
T. Smyth. 
J. Leonard. 
M. Burke. 



The Chapel of this College is the Central Chapel of the Arch- 
Confraternity of St. Joseph. 

2. DUBLIN Catholic University School, 89 and 90 Lower Leeson Street. 
(Founded 27th August, 1867). 



Very Rev. F. M'Vicar, President. 
Rev. James Larney, V ice-President 



E. Gunn. 



Rev. P. Lawless. 



P. J. Prendergast. 
J. Fox. 



ENGLAND. 



1. LONDON, N.E. St. Anne's Church, Underwood Street. 
(Founded in August, 1850.) 

Very Rev. T. W. Conran, Superior. I Rev. J. Lee. 
Rev. J. H. Mulkern, Vice- Superior. \ ,, P. Dunne. 
J. Boyle. I 

2. LONDON Church of Notre Dame, Leicester Place, 
Leicester Square, W.C. 



Very Rev. M. Robin, Superior. 
G. Gay. 



Rev. J. Perrott 
A. Poncet. 



3. DEVONSHIRE St. Mary's Novitiate, St. Mary's Hill, Paignton. 



Very Rev. C. P. Sullivan, Sup. 
,, Rev. P. Gunning. 
E. Heldenstein. 



Rev. J. McAulay. 

Rev. P. McKeown. 



4. KEW, SURREY Our Lady of Loreto, 14 Kew Gardens Road, 
Very Rev. J. B. Gay. | Rev. M. McKenna. 

6. MIDDLESBOROUGH St. Mary's College, Linthorpe. 



Very Rev. J. Moran, Provincial. 

Rev. J. Corcoran, Vice- Superior. 

J. Boyle. 



Rev. M. Purcell. 
J. Dawson. 
P. Meagher. 



W. Fox. | L. Doherty. 

6. KENT St. Lawrence, Sidcup. 
Very Rev. P. J. Murphy, Superior. I Rev. S. Kieran. 



1920] LIST OF THE REGULAR CLERGY. 331 

AMERICA. 

NATCHEZ Most Rev. John Gunn, S.M., Bishop. 

1. WASHINGTON, B.C. Brookland University College. 



V. Rev. H. de la Chappelle, Prov. 
Rev. C. Dubray, Superior. 
N. Weber. 
R. Butin. 



Rev. M. Keyes. 
,, F. Georgelin. 
A. Bellwald. 



2. WASHINGTON, D.C, Seminary, Fort Drive. 
Very Rev. J. Thoral, Superior. I Rev. A. Poirel. 
Rev. J. Hegarty. L. Pelletier. 

J. Goergen. J. M'Namee. 



3. BOSTON 25 Isabella Street. 



Very Rev. Fr. Sollier, Superior. 
Rev. J. M. Legrand. 



Rev. J. Glodt. 
,, A. Bertrand. 
J. Vincent. 



4. LOUISIANA St. Michael's. 
Very Rev. J. Delahaye, Superior. \ Rev. J. Roman, 

5. LOUISIANA Jefferson College (La.) 
(Founded 8th September, 1864.) 



Very Rev. R. Smith, Superior. 
Rev. J. Collins. 

J. Dunne. 

,. G. Rapier. 

,, F. Larney. 

H. Georges. 
. R. Herbert. 



Rov. P. Daigneau. 
,, P, Quinn. 
P. Retish. 
,, M. Larkin. 
D, O'Meara. 
,, L. Geary. 
J. Howe. 



6. LOUISIANA (ALGIERS) St. Mary's Church. 
Very Rev. Thos. Larkin, Superior. I Rev. J. Petit. 
Rev. M. Thouvenin. ,, C. Dougherty. 

7. ATLANTA (GA.) Ivy Street. 



Very Rev. P. McOscar, Superior. 
Rev. J. Guinan. 
J. Byrne. 



Rev. M. Cotter. 
T. Canning. 
D. Sullivan. 



T. Bower. F. Marren. 

J. Carroll. | M. M'Elkerney. 

8. WESTERLY (R. L). 

Very Rev. L. Kelledy, Superior. I Rev. H. Bruno. 
Rev. M. Sullivan. 



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[1920 



10. MAINE Van Buren College. (Founded 4th October, 1887.) 



Very Rev. C. Earth, Superior. 
Rev. A. Cyr. 

J. Thomas. 

L. Fahy. 

H. Seiller. 

N. Wilhelmy. 

There are also Houses of the Society in Lawrence, Cambridge and 
Haverhill (Mass.) ; San Francisco (Cal.) ; St. Paul (Minn.) ; Wheeling 
and Elm Grove (W.Va.), Brunswick (Ga.), Nampa, (Idaho), etc. 



Rev. J. Schmitt. 
L. Marx. 
J. Reilly. 
W. Lonergan. 
J. M'Conville. 
A. Carroll. 



MEXICO. 

There were Houses in Mexico City and St. Mary's College, N. D. de 
Lourdes, S. Lorenzo, and Puebla, Guadalajara, Hidalgo, Mexico, but 
many have been lost in the persecution of the Church now going on 
there. 



AUSTRALIA. 

1. SYDNEY Hunter's Hill. 

Very Rev. J. Nicolas, Provincial. Rev. E. Courtais. 
Rev. A. Morissey, C. Flaus. 

,, J. Rigard. P. Rouillac. 

2. SYDNEY St. Patrick's Church. (Founded 3rd September, 1868) 



Very Rev. P. J. Piquet, Superior. 
Rev. F. Laurent. 



Rev. L. Carcenac. 
J. B, Chevreuil. 

3. MOLLLAGONG 

Rev. V, Thierry. 
3. GLADSTONE Queensland. 
Rev, J. Huault. I Rev. A. Ginsbach. 



NEW ZEALAND. 

1. WELLINGTON The Cathedral. 

Most Rev. Francis Redwood, S.M., Archbishop. 
Most Rev. Thos. O'Shea, S.M., | Rev. 
D.D, Coadjutor with Rev. 
right of succession. 

2. WELLINGTON St. Mary of the Angels. 



Very Rev. J. Holley, Provincial. 
Rev. S. Mahony, Superior 



Rev. R. Hoare. 
L. Gottfried. 



Very Rev. T. Devoy. 
Rev. E. Kimbell. 



Very Rev. T. Gilbert, Rector. 
Rev. H. McDonnell, V.S. 

P , W. Schoafer. 

B. G on d ringer. 



3. WELLINGTON SOUTH. 

Rev. M. Devoy. 
D. Campbell. 

4. WELLINGTON St. Patrick's College 



Rev. J. Cullen. 

A. Cullen. 

B. Ryan. 

C. Outtrim. 



1920] LIST OF THE REGULAR CLERGY. 333 

5. WELLINGTON St. Joseph's. 
Rev. D. Hurley. | Rev. John O'Connor. 

6. WELLINGTON Sacred Heart. 
Rev. P. J. Smyth. | Rev. F. Dignan. 

7. WANGANUI. 
Rev. J. O'Connell. I Rev. J. Bowden. 

I J. More O'Ferrall. 

8. NAPIER St. Patrick's. 
Rev. W. Tymons. | Rev. J. Dowling. 

9. HASTINGS. 

Rev. G. Mahony | Rev. J. Fraher. 

10. NELSON. 

Rev. J. Tymons. . | Rev. K. McGrath. 

11. BLENHEIM. 

Rev. C. O'Reilly. | ReV. J. Herring. 

H. Le Bouteiller | 

12. REEFTON. 
Very Rev. J. Eccleton. | Rev. P. Kane. 

13. GREENMEADOWS House of Studies and Novitiate. 



Very Rev. D. Kennedy, Superior. 
Rev. J. Martin, V.S. 
P. Fay. 



Rev. Victor Geaney. 
Chas. Casey. 
N. Binnsfield. 



14. OHAKURE. 
Rev. P. Menard. 

15. MEEANEE. 
Rev. J. Hick son. 

16. CHRISTCHURCH St. Mary's. 
Very Rev. P. Regnault, Sup. \ Rev. J. Roche. 

Rev. H. Seymour. j 

17. CHRISTCHURCH St. Bede's School. 
Rev. C. Graham. | Rev. A. Burger. 



Rev. J. Tubman. 



18. TIMARTT. 



Rev. A. Galerne r 



J. Herbert. 

19. HOKITIKA. 
Rev. J. Clancy. 

20. GREYMOUTH. 



Rev. P. Aubry. 
Jt B. Quinn. 



Rev. J. Campbell. 



21. TEMUKA (Parish). 
Rev. F. Kerley | Rev. M. O'Sullivan. 



334 CATHOLIC REGISTRY. [1^20 

22. TEMOKA Missionary House. 

Rev. A. Herring- i Rev. J. Ainsworth. 

T. MtCartny. M. O'Leary. 

J. Goggan. 

23. WAIMAITE. 
Rev. W. Peoples. | Rev. J. Stewart, 

24. FAIBLIB. 

Rev. A. Lepetit. 

25. MOUNT MAGDALA. 

Rev. C. Bell. 



SOCIETY FOR AFRICAN MISSIONS. 



IRELAND. 

1. CORK African Missions Seminary, Blackrock Road, Cork. 
Very Rev. William Butler, I Very Rev. Michael McCaffrey, 

Provincial. - Vice-Superior. 

Jamos McGettigan, Michael Collins - 



Vice- Provincial and 
Superior cf Seminary. 



Rev. Stephen Kyne. 
., John Prendergast. 



P. Harrington. 
Patrick Moylan, Pro- I ,, Francis O'Rouike. 

vincial Bursar. ,, Claude M. Taylor, Bursar. 

2. Co. GALWAY African Missions, House of Probation, Clough- 

ballymore, Kileolg in, 

Very Rev. Maurice Slattery, I Rev. Martin Lavelle, Vice-Superior. 

Superior, and Master of Novices. \ ,, John Aheriie, Bursar. 
Rev. Brother D. O'Connell. 

3. CORK African Mission?, Apostolic College, Wilton. Cork. 



Very Rev. Michael Rowan, 

Superior. 

Rev. Patrick J. Harmon, Director. 
Nicholas J . Heff ernan, Bursar 



Rev. Joseph Butler. 
Henry Baker. 
Wm. Porter. 
James McDonnell. 



4. Co. MAYO African Missions, Apostolic College, Ballinafad 

Castlebar. 

Very Rev. John Corcoran, Superior I Rev. John Higgins. 
Rev. John Levins, Director. ;, Francis McNamara. 

5. Co. MAYO African Missions, Kinuerry, Killavalla, Westport 

Very Rev. Thomas Hurst, Superior. 
Brother Thomas Hughes. 

Prefecture Apostolic of Liberia, West Africa. 



Very Rev. John Oge, Prefect 

Apostolic. 

,, ,, John Collins. Visitor. 
Rev. Eugene O Hea. 

,, Wm. Cotter. 

,, Leo Taylor. 

Joseph D. Crawford. 



Rev. Patrick Herlihy. 
,, Patrick McKenna. 
,, Jjhn Lupton. 
, , Thomas Conway. 
,, Michael McEniry. 
,, Patrick O Connell. 
James Stanley. 



Cornelius Murphy. 

6. WESTERN NIGERIA. 
Right Rev. T. Broderick, Vicar Apostolic. 



335 
THE CHRISTIAN BROTHERS. " 

(Instilutum Fratrum Christianorum de Hibernia.) 

The Institute of the Christian Brothers of Ireland, founded in 1802 
by the revered Edmond Ignatius Rice, was formally approved and 
confirmed in 1820 by a Brief of the Sovereign Pontiff Pope Pius VII. 
of happy memory. 

Since that time it has received many special marks of favour from 
succeeding Popes, and from the present reigning Pontiff, Benedict XV. 

The main object of the Brothers, after their own sanctification, is 
the Christian education of youth, to which, after due preparation, 
they entirely and irrevocably devote themselves. 

The most suitable age for postulants to enter the Novitiate is between 
16 and 25 ; those seeking admission must possess the talents necessary 
to prosecute the course of studies prescribed by the Institute for its 
members. 

The Juniorate is at Baldoyle, Co. Dublin, where boys between the 
ages of fourteen and sixteen, who seek admission to the Institute, are 
received and educated preparatory to their entering the Novitiate and 
Training College at St. Mary's, Marino, Dublin. 

Candidates anxious to join the Congregation may obtain further 
particulars by applying to the Christian Brothers, St. Mary's, Marino, 
Dublin, where the Superior-General, Rev. Brother J. C. Whitty, and 
his .Assistants, Rev. Brothers P. J. Hennessy, H. B. O'Hagan, E. C. 
Barron and S. H. Butler, reside. 



Localities?. 


Bros. Directors, 


No. o 
Pupils 


f 


Number in 
each Diocese. 


ROME Via Marcantonio Colonna, 19 


J. M. Costen, Pro- 








Collegiate School ) 
Free Evening School / 


curator-General 

J. A. Clarke 


480) 
500) 




980 Rome 


DUBLIN Marino (Novitiate) 


J. B. Welsh 


- 






St. Mary's, Marino, School 


P. B. Reid 


430 






St. Joseph's, Baldoyle (Juniorate] 


J. B. Moloney 









St. Patrick's ,, (Sanatorium) 


N. L. O'Gorman 


- 






The O'Brien Institution, Fairview 


P. L. Lanigan. 


85 






O'Connell School,N.Richm'd St. ") 




800 






St. Laurence O'Toole's ( 
- St. Mary's Place f 


J. A. O'Mahony. 


190 

400 






St. Columba's, Great Strand St. J 




280 






St. Kevin's, Synge Street ) 
St. Nicholas's, Francis Street ] 


T. J. Stapleton 


800 
400 


. 


8000 
Dublin 


St. Andrew's, Westland Row 


T. J. Ryan 


650 






St. James's, James's Street > 
Golden Bridge, Iiichicore ) 


M. W. Birmingham 


500 
170 






North Brunswick Street 


T. A. Curley 


380 






St. Vincent's, Glasnevin (Orphn'g.) 


J. D. Hayes 


155 






St. Joseph's, Cabra (Deaf Mutes) 


J. L. Johnson 


170 






Artane Industrial School 


P. O. Ryan 


800 






Carriglea Park Industrial School 


T. B. McMahon 


170 






KINGSTOWN St. Michael's 


J. S. Galvin 


450 






ATHY St. John's 


D. B. Hoctor 


270 J 







336 



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[1920 



Localities. 


Bros. Directors. 


No. of 
Pupils. 


Number in 
each Diocese. 


MULLING AR St. Mary's } 
,, Collegiate School j 


T. M. Lenane 


330 
130 




KELLS St. Joseph's 


P. E. Murray 


200 


760 Meath 


TULLAMORE Classical School 


A. A. Kelleher 


100 J 




KILKENNY St. Mary's 


P. C. McGolrick 


300) 




CALLAN St. Ignatius's 


J. V. Kerrigan 


130; 


430 Ossory 


CARLOW St Mary's 


P. M. Keegan 


310") 




MARYBOROUGH St . Mary's 


D. F. Greenish 


310 




PORTARLINGTON St. Joseph's 


P. J. O'Farrell 


170 


12oO 


MONASTEREVAN St. Evin's 


D. M. Riordan 


150 " 


Kildare 


NAAS St. Patrick's 


E. B. O'Neill 


210 




KILCOCK St. Joseph's 


M. C. Kelly 


100 J 




WEXFORD St. Joseph's \ 
,, St. Patrick's J 


J. C. Fitzgerald 


380 ^ 
180 




NEW ROSS Mount St. Joseph 
ENNISCORTHY St. Mary's 


J. O. McNamara 
E. C. O'Mahonv 


210 

380 


1350 Ferns 


GOREY St Joseph's 


M. C. McGrath" 


200 


* 


CORK Our Lady's Mount ) 




1200} 




Sullivan's Quay 


J. A. Walker 


420 1 




Blarney Street ) 




400 I 


2340 Cork 


College, St. Patrick's Place 


J. P. Noonan 


320 J 




TRALEE St. Mary's \ 
St. Brendan's Ind. Sch. j 


M. J. Ryan 


420 -) 
130 ( 




CAHIRCIVEEN St. Mary's 


J. G. Hyland 


140 C 


1010 Kerry 


DINGLE St. Joseph's 


J. L. Hayes 


320 ) 




WATERFORD Mount Sion ) 


J ^-*- 


730 




St. Patrick's 


M. A. Nolan 


160 




St. John's ) 




300 




College, Waterpark 


J. L. Rice 


150 




TRAMORE St. Otteran's 


E. I. Quinn 


200 




DUNG ARYAN St. Joseph's 


J. A. Moloney 


310 




LISMORE St. Carthage's \ 
Collegiate School j 
CARRICK-ON-SUIR 


S. A. Ryan 


100 
50 , 


3085 
Water! 'd 


Mount St. Nicholas ) 




100 




St. Mary's 


J. S. Tynan 


165 




Collegiate School ) 




120 




CLONMEL High School \ 
SS. Peter and Paul's j 


M. P. Duggan 


130 

320 




St. Mary's, Irishtown 


M. B. Gibson 


250 




THURLES St. Joseph's 


J. C. Carew 490 \ 




TIPPER ARY St. Mary's 


M. R. Coffey 200 I 


1110 


CASHEL St. Joseph's" 


T. I. Lynam 


200 r 


Cashel 


DOON St. Fintan's 


D C. Cur tin 


130 J 





1920] 



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337 



Localities. 


Bros. Directors. 


No. of 
Pupils. 


Number in 
each Diocese 


LIMERICK St. Michael's Place 


90(M 




St. John's ( 


190 




St. Mary's j 


M. P. Ryan 290 




St. Munchin's / 


230 


2030 


St. Joseph's Indus. Sch. 


M. G. Curran 170 


Limerick 


ADARE St. Joseph's 


J. V. Lysaght 120 




GLIN St. Joseph's District School 


J. B. Lea 130 




YOUGHAL St. Mary's 


P. S. Walsh 


320 -\ 




MIDLETON St. Finbar's 


T. R. Madden 340 1 




FERMOY St. Patrick's 


J. A. Crowley 330 | 


1570 


MITCHELSTOWN St. Mary's 


W. E. Fitzpa trick 210 / 


Cloyne 


DONERAILE St. Joseph's 


P. A. Mulhall 150 




CHARLEVILLE St. Joseph's 


J. H. Cullen 220 J 




NENAGH St. Joseph's 


J. L. Burke ! 250 ^ 


750 


ENNIS St. Mary's 


D. L. Hurley 300 I 


Killaloe 


KILRUSH St. Mary's^ 


P. V. Dolan ! 200 J 




ENNISTYMON Mount St. Joseph 


J H. Lucitt 210 


210 
Kilfenora 


GALWAY St. Joseph's Indus. Sch, 


G. T. Frisby 


200 


200 
Galway 


TUAM St. Patrick's 


J. A. Browne 


250^| 




WESTPORT St. Mary's 
BALLINROBE St. Mary's 


E. F. Lonergan. 
L. B. Ryan 


250 ! 

180 r 


830 Tuam 


LETTERFRACK Industrial School 


J J. Mullan 


150 J 




ARMAGH St. Patrick's 


M. L. Malier 


185^ 




DROGHEDA St. Joseph's ) 
Our Lady r f Lourdes >" 


W. K. Leahy 


300 
100 j 


1105 

Armagh 


DUNDALK St. Aloysius's 


P. C. Burke 


520 J 




NEWRY Mount St. Joseph ) 




10(M 




St. Peter's f 
Kilmorey Street i 


D. D. Hegarty 


180 1 
210 [ 


550 
Dromore 


Chapel Street ) 




60 J 




BELFAST St. Mary's ^ 




3551 




St, Patrick's 


^ v 470 , 


i i n K T^^r. 


St. Malachy's | 


E. D. Young ' 250 ' 


I lyo Uowr 


Preparatory Trade Sch. J 


120 J 




LONDONDERRY St. Patrick's 
OMAGH Mount St. Columba 


M. F. Murphy \ 430 ) 
J, A. Koan 240 f 


670 Derry 


MONAGHAN 


J. G, li bins^n 180 


ISOCloghe 


ENGLAND. 




\ 




LIVERPOOL Catholic Institute 


W. D. Ford - 


650) 


1750 


GREAT CROSBY Catholic Institute 


C. S. Leahy 


loojl 


Liverpool 


BRISTOL Day and Boarding School 


J. G . Hughe.* 


240) 


360 Cliftor 


BATH Industrial School 


G. S. Roche 120| 





338 



CATHOLIC REGISTRY. 



T1920 



Localities. 


Bros. Directors. 


No. of 
Pupils 


Number in 
each Diocese 


FOREIGN HOUSES. 






^ 


GIBRALTAR Sacred Heart School } 




560 




St. Joseph's 
,, Our Lady of Lourdes j 


P. C. Coughlan 


150 
490 


1400 

Gibraltar 


College, Line \Vall Rd. 


P. C. Murphy 


200 




KIMBERLEY, S. A. St. Patrick's Col. | J. B. O'Sullivan 


500 


500 Kim- 


. 






berley 


AUSTRALASIAN PROVINCE. 








NEW SOUTH WALES. 


P. J. Barren, Pro- 






STRATHFIELD Mount St. Mary's 


vincial. 






,, Novitiate 


M. A. Aungier 







BURWOOD St. Mary's 


J. C. O'Shea 


-150^1 




SYDNEY St. Mary's Cathedral Sch.) 
DARLINGHURST Sacred Heart Sch. J 


T. P. Harty 


250 
150 




PETERSHAM St. Joseph's High Sch ) 
St. Thomas's I 


T. B. Galvin 


200 
250 




NEWTOWN St. Mary's } 




250 I 


2440 


BALMAIN St. Augustine's 
ROZELLE St. Joseph's 


W. C. Jones 


150 

200 


Sydney 


WAVERLEY Our Lady's Mt. Col. \ 




320 




St. Charles's 
PADDINGTON St. Francis' 


P. A. Conlbn 


200 
200 




WOOLLAHRA St. Joseph's J 




120j 




GOULBURN St. Patrick's College ) 
SS. Peter and Paul's j 


D. P. Joyce 


120) 
ISO/ 


270 
Goulburn 


WAGGA-WAGGA High School 
ALBURY St. Joseph's 


T. B. Garvev 
W. B. Doyle" 


180\ 
175/ 


355 

Riverina 


QUEENSLAND. 








BRISBANE St. Joseph's High Sch. ) 
St. James's \ 


B. F. McGee 


250^ 
600 




St. Laurence O'Toole's 


J. H. Molloy 


300 




NUDGEE- St. Joseph's College 


J. C. Ryan 


300 




MARYBOROUGH St. Mary's 


M. P. Lawless 


180 




IPSWICH St. Mary's 
TjOOWOOMBA-St. Mary's 


T. C. Seery 
P. W. Nolan 


180 
240 


Brisbane 


GYMPI E St. Patrick's 


C. L. Whiting 


220 




WARWICK >8t. Joseph's 


J. K. O'Neill 


160 




BUNDABER/G St. Mary's 


W. J. Hogan 


150J 




ROCKH A WTON St." Joseph's 


W. B. Grace 


300) 


870 


CHARTERS TOWERS Mt. Carmel 


J. F. O'Brien 


350 1 


Rock- 


TOWNSVILLE Our Lady's Mount 


T. F. Hogan 


220) 


hampton 



1920] 



CHRISTIAN BROTHERS. 



339 



Locilities. 


Bros. Directors. 


No. of 
Pupils. 


Number in 
each Diocese. 


VICTORIA. 








E. MELBOURNE-- Vic. Parade Col. ^ 




2501 




St. Kevin's College 


100 




St. Patrick's School < E. F. Keniry 


150 




St. Joseph's, Abbotsf'd . 


500 




St. Thomas's, Clifton Hill 1 | 


250 




N. MELBOURNE High School 


250 




,, St. George's, Carlton 1 
St. Ambrose's, Brunswick I 


F. A. Kelly 


220 
300 




W. MELBOURNE St. Mary's 
ESSENDON St. Joseph's 


J. T. Quinn 


450 } 
2SO 


5520 
Melbourne 


S. MELBOURNE- S.Mary's Hk'hSch. j 




120 




,, SS. Peter and Paul's 


F. A. Geoghegan 


400 




,, Mt. Carmel, Mid. Park 1 




150 




e , St. Vincent's Orphanage 1 M. B Aylward 


230 




ST. KILDA St. Joseph's High Sch, ) 
,, St. Mary's Primary | 


J. S. Turpin 


160 
220 




GEELONG St. Mary's High School 


S. R. Young 


30') 




,, St. Augustine's Orphan. 


T. A. Guinan 


290 J 




BALLARAT St. Patrick's College j 




250^| 




St. Alipius's 
St. Patrick's, Skipton St. ) 


J. M. McCarthy 


200 1 
180 f 


830 
Ballarat 


WARRNAMBOOL St. Joseph's 


J. A. Macken 


200J 




WEST AUSTRALIA. 








PERTH St. Patrick's College ) 
,, St. Patrick's Primary Sch. f 


F. R. Guthrie 


330^ 

310 | 




,, St. Joseph's Orph., Clontarf 
FRE MANTLE S. Joseph's High Sch.) 
St. Patrick's f 


M. A. Geoghegan 
M. C. Brennan 


140 { 
120 f 
300 


1500 Perth 


KALGOORLIE St. Mary's 


D. M. Daly 


300 J 




SOUTH AUSTRALIA. 








ADELAIDE St. Patrick's College ) 
St. Laurence's j 


L. B. Tevlin 


320 ) 
120 / 


440 
Adelaide. 


NEW ZEALAND. 








DUNEDIN St. Joseph's 


F. P. Bowler 


350 


350 






- ^ 


Dunedin 


TASMANIA. 








HOB ART St. Virgil's College ) 
SS. Peter and Paul's 


D. D. Crowley 


200 ^1 
150 I 


SlOHobart 


LAUNCESTON St. Mary's 


J. A. Kearney 


160 J 





340 



CATHOLIC REGISTRY. 



[1920 



Localities 


Bros. Directors. 


No. of 
Pupils. 


Number in 
each Diocese. 


INDIAN PROVINCE. 








CALCUTTA St. Joseph's High Sch.) 
69 Bow Bazar St. j 
KURSEONG Mt. Carmel Novitiate 
Goethals Mem. Sch. 
CALCUTTA St. Joseph's High Sch. ) 
St. Joseph's Free Sch. j 
Catholic Male Orphan. 
ASANSOL St. Patrick's High School 


J. G. Cooney, 
Provincial 
D. B. Holland 
J. C. Doheny 

J. L. Maher 

J. B. Larkin 
A. L. Aherne 


200^ 
430 I 
260 L 
320 1 
250 j 


1460 

Calcutta 


NAINI-TAL St. Joseph's College 
BANK1PORE St. Michael's High Sch. 


J. B. Culhane 
P. F. Lillis 


300) 
250| 


550 
Allahabad 


SHILLONG St. Edmund's High Sch. 


M. S. O'Brien 


130 


130 Assam 










AMERICAN PROVINCE. 








UNITED STATES. 








MAMARONECK, N.Y. St. Mary's, \ 
Orienta Point I 
St. Mary's Novitiate 
NEW ROCHELLE, N,Y. lonaffighsc. 
NEW YORK All Saints' School 
All Hallows High Sch. 

KENT, Wash. Briscoe Mem. Orphan. 


P. J. Ryan 

Provincial 
M. C. Ryan 
J. I. Doorley 
O. F. Ryall 
M. J. Lannon 

P. R. Gibbs 


100 ) 
360 J. 
250 } 

120 


710 
New York 

120 Seattle 


CANADA. 








HALIFAX N.S. St. Mary's College 


W. B. Cornelia 


220 


220 Halifax 


VICTORIA, B.C. St. Louis's 


M. S. Curtis 


150 


150 V'toria 


NEWFOUNDLAND. 








ST. JOHN'S Mt.St Francis Mon'st'ry) 
St. Patrick's Hall 
Holy Cross School ) 
St. Bonaventure's Col. 
Orphanage, Mt. Cashel 


M. C. Ahern 

J. B. Ryan 
J. A. Comvay 


600 | 
400 } 
500 | 
140J 


1640 
St. John's 



341 
PRESENTATION BROTHERS. 

The Institute of the Presentation Brothers was founded in the year 
1 802 by Edmond Ignatius Rice. It continued a Diocesan Congregation 
until 1889, when the government of the Institute was placed in the 
hands of a Superior- General and Council. Pope Leo XIII., by a Brief 
dated 1889, formally approved of the new Constitution, and in 1899 
the Order was finally confirmed by the same Holy Pontiff. 

The Christian education of youth constitutes the chief end of the 
Institute after the sanctification of its own members. 

The Novitiate House and Training College are at Mount St. Joseph, 
Cork. Postulants who possess the necessary qualifications, in regard to 
health, character and education, can go through their full course of 
training there. 

The most suitable age to enter the Novitiate is between 16 and 25. 
There is, however, a Juniorate attached, to the Novitiate, into which 
aspirants to the Order are admitted at about 14 years of age, and 
educated until such time as they are qualified to join the Order and 
enter the Novitiate. Exceptions are also made in the case of very 
suitable candidates whose ages exceed 25. 

Further particulars may be obtained by applying to the Presentation 
.Brothers, Mount St. Joseph, Cork, where the Superior-General, Rev. 
Bro. T. A. Rahilly, and his Assistants, Rev. Brothers E. J. Connolly, 
E. P. Curtin, C. B. O'Donoghue, and J. B. Murphy, reside. 

IRELAND. 

Cork Presentation Monastery, Mount St. Joseph. Superior-General, 

Brother T. A. Rahilly. Master of Novices, Brother D. O'Sullivan. 

Number in Community, 60. 
Cork Presentation Monastery, Douglas Street. Superior, Brother J. 

Cahill. Number of pupils in Douglas Street Schools, 800. 
Cork Greenmount Industrial School. Superior, Brother B, 

O'Donoghue. Number of pupils, 220. 
Cork St. Patrick's Orphanage, Greenmount. Superior, Brother B. 

Murphy. Number of Orphans, 40. Number of extern pupils, 500, 
Cork Presentation College. Principal, Brother E. J. Connolly. 

Number of Pupils, 300. 
Cork St. Joseph's Monastery Schools, Mardyke Walk. Principal, 

Brother J. B. Murphy. Number of pupils, 550. 
Queenstown Presentation Monastery. Superior, Brother M. D. 

Curtin. Number of pupils, 700. 
Kinsafe Presentation Monastery. Superior, Brother F. McAuliffe. 

Number of pupils, 350. 
Killarney Presentation Monastery. Superior, Brother K. O'Connor. 

Number of pupils, 320. 
Mi I [town (Kerry) Presentation Monastery. Superior, Brother B. 

Hunt.' Number of pupils, 1 80. 
Birr Presentation Monastery. Superior, Brother C. Hunt. Number 

of pupils, 400. 
Carrick on Shannon Presentation Monastery. Superior, Brother G. 

Roche. Number of pupils, 200, 

25 



342 CATHOLIC REGISTRY. [1920 

Letterkenny Presentation Monastery. Superior, Brother Athanasius 

Walshe. Number of pupils, 150. 
Enniskillen Presentation Monastery. Superior, Brother A. Shine. 

Number of pupils, 260. 
Dungannon Presentation Monastery. Superior, Brother J. O'Connor. 

Number of pupils, 200. 
Glasthuie Presentation Brothers' College. Sup., Brother A. Noonan. 

ENGLAND. 
Dartford St. Vincent's Industrial School. Superior, Brother L. 

Culhane. Number of pupils, 200. 
Orpington St. Joseph's Orphanage. Superior, Brother J. Murphy. 

Number of pupils, 280. 
Carlisle Chadwick Industrial School. Superior, Brother C. Moynihan. 

Number of pupils, 200. 
Halifax Shibden Industrial School. Superior, Brother D. C, 

McSweeney. Number of pupils, 150. 
Plymouth St. Boniface's College. Superior, Brother D. C. Mehegan. 

CANADA. 

Longueuil Presentation Brothers' Novitiate. Provincial Visitor, 

Brother S. Kennealy. Consultors, Brothers B. Boyce, and P. C. 

Cagney. Master of Novices, Brother D. C. Cagney. 
Montreal Presentation Monastery and Schools, St. Gabriel's Parish, 

Superior, Brother De Lillis Murray. Number of pupils, 300. 
Montreal The Catholic High School, St. Patrick's Parish. Superior, 

Brother B. Boyce. Number of pupils, 200. 
Montreal St. Michael's Parish. Presentation Monastery and Schools, 

Superior Brother C. Colbert. 
Sherbrooke St. Patrick's Academy. Superior, Brother C. Murphy. 

Number of- pupils, 300. 
Cornwall (Ontario) Presentation Monastery and Schools, Superior, 

Brother P. Gaffney. Number of pupils, 300. 

BROTHERS OF ST. PATRICK. 

The Congregation of the Brothers of St. Patrick or Patrician Brothers 
was founded at Tullow, Co. Carlow, in 1808, by the Right Rev. Daniel 
Delany, D.D., Bishop of Kildare and Leighlin. 

It was formally approved by Decree of the late Pope Leo XIII. on 
the 6th Jan., 1888, and confirmed by Decree of 8th Sept., 1893. 

The special end of the members of this Congregation, after, their 
own sanctification, is the Christian Education of youth. 

Postulants are admitted between the ages of 15 and 25 years. It is 
of the first importance that the applicants for admission should belong 
to good religious families of irreproachable character, and that they 
should have a fixed determination to devote themselves to the service 
of God in the Congregation. Talented native Irish speakers are 
specially desirable, and will be admitted on easy terms. 

The Novitiate and the House of Students are in Tullow, where the 
Superior-General, Rev. Brother Boniface O'Carroll, and his Assistants, 
Rev. Brothers L. Slattery, S. Slattery, B.A., S. Bergin, A. Keogh. 

Applications should be made to the Rev. Br. Superior-General, St, 
Patrick's Monastery, Tullow, Co. Carlow. 



! 



1920] PATRICIAN BROTHERS. 343 

ESTABLISHMENTS IN IRELAND. 

TULLOW St. Patrick's Novitiate and Training Scholasticate. 

St. Patrick's Seminary and Secondary Day School. 
St. Patrick's Monastery National Schools. 

GALWAY Lombard St., St. Patrick's Monastery and Monastery 

National Schools. 
Nuns' Island, St. Joseph's Intermediate and Civil 

Service Seminary. 
Nuns' Island, St. Joseph's Monastery National 

School. 
Kingston, St. Mary's Scholasticate and House of 

Residence. 

MOUNTRATH St. Patrick's Monastery and College. 

St. Fintan's Day Secondary School. 
St. Patrick's Monastery National Schools. 

MALLOW St. Joseph's Intermediate and Civil Service Academy. 

St. Patrick's Monastery National Schools. 

FETHARD St. Patrick's Monastery National Schools. 

CARfeiKMACROSS St. Patrick's Intermediate Academy. 

St. Patrick's Monastery National Schools. 

ESTABLISHMENTS IN AUSTRALIA. 

PROVINCIAL Rev. Br. Benignus Kealy, Holy Cross College, 
Sydney. 

SYDNEY Redfern, St. Patrick's Monastery. 

Redfern, St. Vincent's Schools. 
Ryde, Holy Cross College. 
Forest Lodge, St. James's Schools. 
Mount Carmel Parochial Schools. 

BATHURST St. Patrick's Monastery High School. 

St. Patrick's Parochial Schools. 

ORANGE St. Patrick's Novitiate a-nd Parochial Schools 

" Croagh Patrick " High School, 

ESTABLISHMENTS IN INDIA. 

PROVINCIAL Rev. Br. Malachy Carew, St. George's College, 
Mussooree. 

MADRAS St. Patrick's Boarding High School and Orphanage, 

Adyar. 
COONOOR St. Joseph's College. 

MUSSOOREE St. George's College, affiliated to the Universities 

of Calcutta and Allahabad. 
S.t. Fidelis's High School (Boarding) and Orphanage. 

LAHORB St. Anthony's Boarding High School and Orphanage. 



343a 



THE BROTHERS OF THE CHRISTIAN SCHOOLS. 



The Institute of the Brothers of the Christian Schools is a religious 
congregation whose members devote themselves to the Christian 
education of youth. 

This Society was founded at Rheims by St. John Baptist De La 
Salle about the year 1680, and was formally approved in 1725 by 
Pope Benedict XIII., who issued to them the Bull " In Apostolicae 
dignitatis solio." 

The Congregation has since spread throughout the Christian world 
and counts hundreds of Houses and thousands of Brothers in Europe, 
Asia, Africa, America and Australia. 

The establishments conducted by the Brothers comprise Primary, 
Secondary, Technical, Industrial and Agricultural Schools, .Colleges, 
Orphanages and Training Colleges for Teachers. 

The Institute is governed by a Superior General and twelve Brothers 
Assistants who habitually reside in Paris. 

The Novitiate for Ireland is at De La Salle Retreat, Castletown, 
Queen's Co., where boys and young men are admitted for training. 
It consists of a Junior Department where boys under sixteen receive 
an education suitable to their age and are gradually prepared for the 
religious life ; 2nd : A Senior Department where young men over 
sixteen are trained to the customs and practices of the Institute. 
Then there is the Scholasticate where the young Brothers are directly 
prepared for the teaching profession to which they mean to devote 
their lives. These studies are usually completed by a two years' 
course in the Brothers' well-known Government Training College at 
Waterford. 

Candidates anxious to join the Institute should apply for particulars 
to the Rev. Brother Benedict, Provincial; or to Rev. Brother Anselm, 
De La Salle Retreat, Castletown, Mountrath, Queen's Co. 

The Irish District or Province, which is still comparatively young, 
includes the following Houses with their respective Superiors and 
approximate number of pupils in each school : 



School. Bros. Directors. No. of 

Pupils. 



Castletown (Novitiate) .. Brother Albert-Lewis 

(Juniorate) . . Brother Bronius-Felix 

(Holy Family) . . Brother Kiaran 

Monastery N. School . . 60 

Kilmacow (Scholasticate) . . Brother Pius . . 

Waterford De La Salle Training 

College Brother Philip .. 200 



1920] 



BROTHERS OF THE CHRISTIAN SCHOOLS. 



343b 



School. Bros. Directors. 


No. of 
Pupils. 


Dublin De La Salle University 




Hall . . Brother Brendan 


.. 30 


Ardee Monastery N. School . . Brother Florence 


.. 160 


Bagnalstown St. Brigid's N. Schools Brother Felix 


.. 200 


St. Joseph's Academy ,, 


.. 30 


Ballaghadereen Monastery N. S. .. Brother Philip 


.. 160 


Ballyshannon Monastery N. S. . . Brother Declan 


.. 150 


Belfast St. Gall's Monastery N. S. Brother Lewis 


.. 420 


St. Finian's N. S. . . 


.. 90 


,, St. Patrick's Ind School Brother Joseph 


.. 160 


Bruff Monastery N. S. . . Brother Maidoc 


.. 150 


Castlebar St. Gerard's College . . Brother Michael 


85 


,, St. Pa-trick's Monastery 




N. School .. 


.. 285 


Downpatrick Monastery N. S . . Brother Polycarp 


.. 180 


Dundalk St. Nicholas' Monastery 




N. School . . Brother William 


.. 330 


Dun man way St. Patrick's Monas- 




tery N. School . . Brother Macartin 


.. 165 


Hospital Monastery N. School . . Brother Alban 


.. 135 


Keady Monastery N. School . . Brother Edmund 


.. 120 


Kildare Monastery N. School . . Brother Michael 


.. 190 


Kilkenny St. Patrick's N. S. . . Brother Oswin 


.. 150 


Kilkenny St. John's N. School Brother Peter 


.. 130 


Navan The Abbey N. S. . . Brother Albeua 


.. 290 


Ramsgrange St. Aloysius' N. S. Brother Ailbe 


.. 70 


Waterford St. Stephen's N. S. . . Brother Lawrence 


.. 720 


WicktOW St. Joseph's College, and 




Monastery N. School . . Brother Meldan 


.. 140 



London St. Joseph's Academy Brother James . . 130 

Manchester St. Joseph's Indus- 

trial School . . Brother Cajetan . . 400 

Bradford St. Mary's .. Brother Leander .. 300 

Market Weighton St. William's 

Training School . . Brother Adolphus . . 225 
St. Helen's Catholic Grammar 

School . . Brother Lewis . . 150 

Edinburgh (Tranent) St. Joseph's 

Industrial School . . Brother Ignatius . . 200 
Boys' Home . . Brother Peter . . 50 

Glasgow St. Mary's Industrial 

School .. Brother Gall .. 200 

Slatefield Industrl. School Brother Maximus . . 150 



343c 



FRANCISCAN BROTHERS. 



The Institute of the Franciscan Brothers, or Brothers of the Third 
Order Regular of St. Francis, after the interruptions of the Penal 
times, commenced to revive in Ireland in the early days of the 
nineteenth century, and several Monasteries of the Order were estab- 
lished in the Archdiocese of Tuam. 

In 1830, by a Rescript of Pope Pius VIII. , the Brothers were trans- 
ferred from the jurisdiction of the Provincial of the Friars Minor to 
that of the Archbishop of Tuam. Later on they extended into other 
dioceses in this country, and also to Brooklyn and Loreto in the 
United States of America. 

By a Rescript dated February 5th, 1918, His Holiness Pope 
Benedict XV. has united all the Franciscan Brothers in Ireland under 
one Superior-General. 

After the sanctification of its own members, the principal end of the 
Institute is the Christian education of youth. 

Young men and boys from fifteen years upwards, and possessing 
the necessary qualifications as regards health, talents, character, etc., 
are admitted as Postulants to the Order. Boys of fourteen years are 
admitted to the juniorate as scholastics until they reach fifteen. 
Postulants are also admitted as Brothers for farm and domestic work- 
Applications for admission should be made to the Superior- 
General, Franciscan Monastery, MoimtbeUew; or to the Superior, 
Franciscan Novitiate, Annaghdown, Galway. 

Brothers who enter the Order in Ireland are not obliged to go abroad. 

HOUSES IN IRELAND. 

Annaghdown Franciscan Monastery, Annaghdown, Galway. Novitiate 
House. Local Superior, Bro. Patrick Gilleece ; Master of Novices* 
Bro. Finbar Boland ; Chaplain, Rev. M. J. Morris, 

Achill Franciscan Monastery, Achill, Weetport. Superior, Bro. 
Dominick Gavin. 

Brook lodge Franciscan Monastery, Brooklodge, Ballyglunin, Co. 
Galway. Superior, Bro. Kieran Buckley. 

Clara Franciscan Monastery, Clara, King's County. Superior , Bro. 

Austin Quigley. 
Clifden Franciscan Monastery, Clifden, Co, Galway. Superior, Bro 

Joseph Molloy. 
'Cummer Franciscan Monastery, Cummer, Ballyglunin, Co. Galway, 

Superior, Bro. Brendan Buckley. 



1920] FRANCISCAN BROTHERS 343d 

Errew Franciscan Monastery, Errew, Castlebar, Co. Mayo. Superior, 
Bro. Fidelis Lynch ; Chaplain, Rev. R. Waters. 

Farragher Franciscan Monastery, Farragher, Roscommon. Superior, 
Bro. Paul Luttrell. 

Kilkcrrin Franciscan Monastery, Kilkerrin, Ballinasloe, Co. Galway. 
Superior, Bro. Xavier Cosgrove. 

Kiltullagh Franciscan Monastery, Kiltullagh, Ballinlough, Co. Ros- 
common. Superior, Bro. Chrysostom Cahir. 

Wountbellew Franciscan Monastery, Mountbellew, Ballinasloe, Co. 
Galway. Superior-General, Bro. Jarlath Edwards ; Local Superior, 
Bro. Joseph Daly. 

Mount Partry Franciscan Monastery, Tourmakeady, Ballinrobe, Co 
Mayo. Superior, Bro. Aloysius Farragher. 

Roundstone Franciscan Monastery, Roundstone, Co. Galway. 
Sttperior t Bro, Joseph Hanly. 



344 



ALPHABETICAL INDEX 



OF 



BISHOPS, PROFESSORS, AND CLERGY, SECULAR 
AND REGULAR, IN IRELAND 

WITH THEIR DIOCESES AND POST TOWNS. 



ABBREVIATIONS. 



V.G. 
V.F. 
P.P. 
C.C. 

Adm. 
Prof. 
Pres. 
o.f.m. 

o.s.f.c. 
o.s.a. 
o.c.c. 
o.d.c. 

o.p. 



Vicar- General. 

Vicar-Forane. - 

Parish Priest. 

Catholic Curate 

Administrator. 

Professor. 

President. 

Franciscans, or Order of 
Friars Minor. 

Order of Capuchins. 

Order of Augustinians. 

Order of Calced Carmelites. 

Order of Discalced Car- 
melites. 

Order of Preachers, or 
Dominicans. 



c.p. Congregation of Passion- 
ists. 

c.m. Vincentians, or Congrega- 
tion of the Mission. 

o.rn.i. Oblates of Mary Imma- 
culate. 

c.s.sp. Congregation of the Holy 
Ghost. 

c.ss.r. Congregation of the Most 
Holy Redeemer, or Re- 
demptorists. 

o.c. Order of Charity. 

o.cist. Cistercian Order. 

s.m. Marists, or Society of Mary, 

s.j. Society of Jesus. 

fi.ni-a. Society for African Missions 



ARCHBISHOPS AND BISHOPS OF IRELAND. 

LOGUE, His Eminence MICHAEL, Cardinal, Archbishop of Armagh and 
Primate of All Ireland, Armagh. 

WALSH, His Grace the Most Rev. WILLIAM J., Archbishop of Dublin 
and Primate of Ireland, Archbishop's House, Dublin. 

FENNELLY, His Grace Most Rev. THOMAS, Titular Archbishop of 
Metymna, Moycarkey, Co. Tipperary. 

HARTY, His Grace the Most Rev. JOHN M., Archbishop of ' Cashel, 
Thurles. 

GILMARTIN, His Grace Most Rev. THOMAS P., Archbishop of Tuam, 
Tuam. 

BROWNE, Most Rev. ROBERT, Bishop of Cloyne, Queenstown. 
BROWNRIGG, Most Rev. ABRAHAM, Bishop of Ossory, Kilkenny. 
CODD, Most Rev WILLIAM, Bishop of Ferns, Summerhill, Wexford 
COHALAN, Most Rev. DANIEL, Bishop of Cork, Cork. 
COYNE, Most Rev. BERNARD, Bishop of Elphin, Sligo. 



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ARCHBISHOPS AND BISHOPS OF IRELAND continued. 

DONNELLY, Most Rev. NICHOLAS, Titular Bishop of Canea, Bishop 
Auxiliary for Dublin, Haddington Road, Dublin. 

FINEGAN, Most Rev. PATRICK, Bishop of Kilmore, Cullies House, 

Cavan. 
FOGARTY, Most Rev. MICHAEL, Bishop of Killaloe, Ashline, Ennis. 

FOLEY, Most Rev. PATRICK, Bishop of Kildare and Leighlin, Braganza 
House, Carlow. 

GAUGHRAN, Most Rev. LAURENCE, Bishop of Meath, Mullingar. 

HACKETT, Most REV. BERNARD, Bishop of Waterford and Lismore, 
John's Hill, Waterford. 

HALLINAN, Most Rev. DENIS, Bishop of Limerick, Limerick. 

HOARE, Most Rev. JOSEPH, Bishop of Ardagh and Clonmacnoise, 
Longford. 

KELLY, Most Rev. DENIS, Bishop of Ross, Skibbereen. 

MAcHuGH, Most ReVi CHARLES, Bishop of Derry, Bishop's House, 
Derry. 

MACKENNA, Most Rev. PATRICK, Bishop of Clogher, Monaghan. 

MACRORY, Most Rev. JOSEPH, Bishop of Down and Connor, 
Belfast . 

MILLER, Right Rev. Bishop, O.M.I., Belmont House, Stillorgan. 

MORRISROE, Most Rev. PATRICK, Bishop of Achonry, St. Nathy's, 
Ballaghadereen. 

MULHERN, Most REV. EDWARD, Bishop of Dromore, Newry. 
NAUGHTON, Most Rev. JAMES, Bishop of Killala, Ballina, Co. Mayo. 

O'DEA, Most Rev. THOMAS, Bishop of Gal way and Kilmacduagh, 
and Apostolic Administrator of Kilfenora, Mount St. Mary's, 
Galway. 

O'DoHERTY, Most Rev. THOMAS, Bishop of Clonfert, Loughrea. 
O'DONNELL, Most Rev. PATRICK, Bishop of Raphoe, Letterkenny. 

O' SULLIVAN, Most Rev. CHARLES, Bishop of Kerry, The Palace, 
Killarney. 



MITRED ABBOTS. 

MACCARTHY, Right Rev. JUSTIN, Abbot of Mount St. Joseph, Roscrea. 
O'PHELAN, Right Rev. MAURUS, Abbot of Mount Melleray, Cappoquin. 



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Alphabetical List of Clergy, 

SECULAR AND REGULAR. 



NAME AND ADDRESS. DIOCESE. 

ABET,, Benedict, c.p., Retreat of St. Paul of the Cross, 

Glen Osmond, Adelaide, S.A. . . 
Adams, Martin, C.C., Doone, Clifden . . . . Tuam 

Adlum, J., C.C., Clara . . . . . . . . Meath 

Adrian, Fr., o.s.f.c., Franciscan -Capuchin Fathers, 

Roseburg, Douglas Co., Ore., U.S.A. 
Agnew, Thomas, C.C., Buncrana . . . . . . Derry 

Aherne, John, S.M.A., Cloughballymore, Kilcolgan . . Tuam 
Aherne, Michael, C.C., Youghal, Co. Cork . . . . Cloyne 

Ahern, Denis, B.A., Chaplain, Schull, Co. Cork . . Cork 

Ahern, Jerh., C.C., Mount Pleasant, Bandon, Co. Cork Cork 
Ahern, John J., C.C., Cathedral, Cork . . . . Cork 

Ahern, Louis, o.p., S.T.L., Port of Spain, Trinidad, B.W.I. 
Ahern, Ml., Castlelyons, Co. Cork. . . . . Cloyne 

Ahern, Richard, C.C., Mitchelstown, Co. Cork . . Cloyne 

Aidan, Fr., o.f.m., Vicar, The Friary, Clonmel Waterford & Lismore 

Aidan, Fr., o.s.f.c., B.A., Rochestown, Co. Cork' .. Cork 

Ainsworth, John, Missioners' House, Temuka, N.'Z. 

Alban, Fr., o.f.m., The Abbey, Multyfarnham 

Albert, Fr., B A., o.s.f.c., Franciscan -Capuchin Friary, 

Church Street, Dublin- . . . . . . Dublin 

Alfred, Fr., o.f.m., Guardian, Wexford . . . . Fern=. 

Allain, Fr., x.m.. 25 Isabella Street, Boston, U.S.A. . . 
Allman, Michael, P.P., Ballylongford, Kerry . . Kerry 

Aloysius, Father, o.s.f.c., Franciscan -Capuchin Friary, 

Church Street, Dublin . . . . . . Dublin 

Alphonsus, Fr., o.f.m., Vicar, The Friary, Killarney . . Kerry 
Alphonsus, Fr., o.s.f.c., Capuchin Friary, Church Street, 

Dublin . . . . . . * . . . . Dublin 

Ambrose, Fr., o.f.m., (Def.), The Friary, Wexford . . Ferns 
Ambrose, J. C.C., Cape Clear, Ski bbereen .. .. Ross 

Ambrose, Robert, P.P., Glenroe, Kilfinane, Co. Lim. Limerick 

Andrew, Fr., o.f.m., The Friary, Waverly, Sydney 
Angelus, Fr., o.s.f.c., Franciscan-Capuchin Friary, 

Father Mathew Quay, Cork . . . . . . Cork 

Antony, Fr., o.f.m., Athlone . . . . . . Ardagh 

Antony, Fr., o.s.f.c., Roseburg, Douglas Co., Ore., U.S.A. 
Aubry, R. P., s.m., Greymouth, New Zealand. 
Augustine, Fr., Def., o.s.f.c., Franciscan-Capuchin 

Friary, Church Street, Dublin . . . . Dublin 

Austin, J., C.C., Ruan, Co. Clare . . . . . . Killaloe 



Dublin Diocesan Clerical Fund 



THIS FUND has been established for the 
support of Secular Priests of the Diocese 
who, through illness or infirmity, are compelled 
to retire temporarily or permanently from the 
mission. 

Holy Mass is offered each month for Bene- 
factors, both living and dead, of the Fund. 

Further particulars may be obtained from the 
Treasu rers 



FlTZPATRICK, P.P., V.G-, 

St. Kevin's, Harrington St.; 

MONSIGNOR O'DONNELL, P.P., V.G., 

Booterstown ; 

MONSIGNOR DUNNE, P.P., V.G., 
Donnybrook ; 

or from the Hon. Secretaries 

VERY REV. W. J. CANON MURPHY, P.P.; 

REV. THOMAS F. RYAN, C.C., 

47 Westland Row, Dublin. 



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NAME AND ADDRESS. DIOCESE. 

Aylward, Pilchard, President, St. Kieran's College, 

Kilkenny . . . . ( . . . . Ossory 

Ayres. 'Raphael, o.p., Holy Cross Priory, Tr alee .. Kerry 



Bagnall, Charles, c.m., St. Mary's Training College, 

Hammersmith, London. 

Baker, Henry, S.M.A., St. Joseph's College, Wilton . . Cork 
Baker, Peter, s.j., Kew, Melbourne. 
Baker, Wm., s.j., St. Francis Xavier's College, Kew, 

Melbourne. 

Baldwin, Louis, o.f.m., Ex-Def. Gen., Drogheda . . Armagh 

Baldwin, N.L., o.f.m., Merchants' Quay, Dublin 

Baldwin, Joseph, c.s.sp., Blackrock College, Dublin . . Dublin 

Ballester, A., o.c.c , Ardavou, Rathgar, Dublin .. Dublin 

Ballesty, John, c.m., All Hallows College, Dublin . . Dublin 

Bannon, Bernard, C.C., Moats . . . . . . Ardagh 

Bannon, James, C.C., Granard . . . . . . Ardagh 

Bannon, Michael, P.P , Emly, Co. Tipperary . . Cashel 

Bannon, W., c.ss.r., St. Mary's, Windouree, Ballarat, 

Victoria 

Baptist, Fr., o.f.m., The Abbey, Galway . . . . Galway 

Barnabas, Fr., o.f.m., Vicar, Wexford . . . . Ferns 

Barra, John, s.m., St. Joseph's, Wellington, N.Z. 

Barragry, John, s.j., Mungret College, Limerick . . Limerick 

Barrett, David, C.C., Kildorrery, Co. Cork . . Cloyne 

Barrett, Edward B., s.j., St. Stanislaus College, Tullamore Meath 

Barrett, Michael (Canon), Ph.D. P.P., Blarney . . Cloyne 

Barrett, Patrick, s.j., St. Francis Xavier's Upper 

Gardiner Street, Dublin . . . . . . Dublin 

Barrett, Patrick, P.P., Killimer, Ennis . . . . Killaloe 

Barrett, Richard, Magazine Road, Cork . . . . Cork 

Barrett, Richard (B.A.), Blackrock, Cork . . Cork 

Barrett, R. J. (Chaplain), Cathedral, Cork . . Cork 

Barrett, Thomas, P.P., (Canon), Passage West, Co. Cork Cork 
Barrett, Thos., S.T.L., o.p., St. Saviour's Priory. 

Dominick Street, Dublin . . . . . . Dublin 

Barron, Stephen, C.C., Oldcourt, Adamstown, New 

Ross . . . . . . . . . . Ferns 

Barry, David, P.P. (Canon), Doneraile, Co. Cork . . Cloyne 

Barry, David, C.C., Bruff, Co. Limerick . . . . Limerick 

Barry, David, C.C, Buttevant . . . . . . Cloyne 

Barry, Edmund, c.m., St. Vincent's College, Castle- 
knock . . . . . . . . . . Dublin 

Barry, Francis, o.d.c., The Abbey, Loughrea . . Clonfert 

Barry, John, c.m., St. Joseph's, Malvern, Melbourne. 

Barry, Joseph. C.C , Nenagh ... . . Killaloe 

Barry, J., B.A., Chaplain, Kinsale . . . . Cork 

Barry, Michael, P.P., Ballylanders, Knocklong . . Cashel 

Barry, Michael (Dean), D'.D., P.P., V.F., BaUyragget, 

Kilkenny . . . . . . . . Ossory 



348 ALPHABETICAL LIST OF [1920 

NAME AND ADDRESS. DIOCESE. 

Barry, Patrick, c.m., St. Mary's Church, Lanark. 

Barry, Robert, P.P., Oldcastle, Co. Meath . . . . Meath 

Barry, Timothy, B.A., C.C., 8 Haroldville Terrace, 

Dolphin's Barn . . . . . . . . Dublin 

Barker, Cyril, c.p., St. Mungo's Retreat, Townhead, 

Glasgow. 

Earth, C., s.m., Jefferson College, Louisiana. 
Bartley, F., s.m., Nelson. N.Z. 
Bartley, J. C., o.f.m., Sydney, Australia. 

Bartley, Patrick, s.j., House of Studies, Milltown Park Dublin 
Barton, Patrick, P.P., Ardfert . . . . . . Kerry 

Barton, Paulinus, c.p.. St. Joseph's Retreat, Highgate 

Hill, London, N. 

Baxter, James (Canon), P.P., V.F., Clondalkin . . Dublin 

Beauchamp, Henry, B.A., Chaplain to Forces Kildare & Leighlin 

Beale, Xavier, c.p., St. Paul's, Mount Argus, Dublin Dublin 
Beazley, James, P.P., Duagh, Listowel . . . . Kerry 

Beck, John, C.C., Dungannon, Tyrone . . . . Armagh 

Beecher, Patrick, M.A., D.D. (Prof.), Maynooth College Dublin 
Begg, P. F., o.f.m., Merchant's Quay, Dublin . . Dublin 

Begley, John, P.P., Hollymount . . . . . . Tuarn 

Begley, John (Canon), P.P., Drumcollogher . . Limerick 

Begley, J. L., o.f.m., Merchant's Quay, Dublin . . Dublin 

Beahan, James, o.c.c., Carmelite Church, Whitefriar St. Dublin 
Behan, W., C.C., Tralee .. .. .. Kerry 

Behan, Michael, B.A., L.D., C C , Rathfarnham, Co. 

Dublin . . . . . . . . . . Dublin 

Behan, W., C.C., Kilcumin East, Rathmore . . Kerry 

Beirne, Thomas, PP., Corballa, Ballina, Co. Mayo . . Killala 
Bell, C., s.m., Mount Magdala, Christ Church, N. Zealand 
Bellwald, a.s.m., Brookland, University College, Washington 
Benedict, Fr., o.d.c., The Abbey, Loughrea . . Clonfert 

Benedict, Fr., o.s.f.c., Franciscan -Capuchin Friary, 

Churoh Street, Dublin . . . . . . Dublin 

Benedict, Fr., o.J.m. (Guardian), The Friary, Killarney, Kerry 
Benignus, Fr., o.f.m., Guardian, The Friary, Clonmel 

Waterford & Lismore 

Bennett, James, c.m., St. Vincent's, Sheffield. 
Bennett, Oswald, c.p., St. Brigid's Retreat, Marrickville, 

Sydney, N.S.W. 

Bennett, P., C.C., Allen, Kilmeague, Naas Kildare & Leighlin 

Berchmans, Fr., o.s.f.c., B.A., Father Matthew Quay, 

Cork 
Bergeron, Elias, s.m., Marist Seminary, Pleasant Hill, 

Brookland, Washington, U.S.A. 

Berghman, Henry, c.ss.r;., St. Joseph's, Dundalk . . Armagh 
Bergin, Cornelius, C.C., Tullaroan, Kilkennv . . Ossory 

Bergin, Michael, s.j., Army Chaplain, Australian Contingent 
Bergin, John, C.C., Slieverue, Waterford . . . . Ossory 

Bernard, Denis, P.P., Newceston, Co. Cork . . ... Cork 

Bernard, Fr., o.f.m. (Guardian), The Friary, Limerick Limerick 



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NAME AND ADDRESS DIOCESE. 

Bernard, Fr., o s.f.c., Franciscan-Cap. Monastery, 

Rochestown . . . . . . . . Cork 

Bernardino, Fr., o.f.m., La Madonna, Capranica (Prov. 

di Roma), Italy. 
Bernardine, Father, o.s.f.c., Franciscan-Capuchin 

Friary, Father Mathew Quay, Cork . . . . Cork 

Bertrand, Aemilius, s.m., 25 Isabella St., Boston, Mass., U.S. A. 
Bewerunge, Henry (Prof.), Maynooth College . . Dublin 

Biggins, James, C.C., Castlebar . . . . . . Tuam 

Binsfield, N., s.m., House of Studies. Greenmeadows, N.Z. 
Birch, G. B., 'o.f.m., Sydney, Australia. 

Birch, John, C.C., Ballyragget, Co. Kilkenny . . Ossory 

Birmingham, Terence, C.C., Maryboro' . . Kildare & Leighlin 

Black, P., C.C., B.A., Knockbreda, Belfast Down & Connor 

Blacker, Edward, C.C., Belleeks, Co. Armagh . . Armagh 

Blacker, T., P.P., Cushendun, Knocknacarry . . Down & Connor 

Elaine, Ambrose, B.D. (Prof.), The College, BaUagha- 

dereen . . . . . . . . Achonry 

Blake, Bernard, o.s.a., Prior, St. Monica's Priory, 

Hoxton Square, London, N. 
Blake, Edward, C.C., Bohcrlahan, Cashel . . . . Cashel 

Blake, Matthew, B.A., Glendalough, Co. Wicklow . . Dublin 
Blake, Wm., B.D., P.P., Shandrum, Charleville . . Cloyne 

Blake, Wm., C.C., Ballymacoda, Co. Cork . . . . Cloyne 

Blanchot, H. J., c.s.sp., Bishop's Secretary, Port Louis, 

Mauritius. 
Blowick, John, China Missions, St. Columban's College, 

Shrule, Gal way . . . . . . . . Gal way 

Bodkin, Richard, c.m., St. Vincent's College, Castle- 
knock . . . . . . . . Dublin 

Boland, J., C-.C., Ballyconnell, Tullow . . Kildare & Leighlin 

Boland, Patrick, C C., Carracastle, Co. Mayo . . 'Achonry 

Bolger, David, P.P., Rathnure, Enniscorthy . . Ferns 

Bolger, Michael, P.P., Carlow, Graigue . . . . Kildare & Leighlin 

Bonaventure, Fr., o.f.m. (Gustos), Guardian, The Friary, 

Henry Street, Limerick . . . . . . Limerick 

Bonaventure, Father, o.s.f.c. (Rector), Franciscan-Capu- 
chin College, Rochestown, Co. Cork . . . . Cork 

Booth, Wm., J., P.P., Aughnacloy, Co. Tyrone . . Armagh 

Botrel, Jules, c.s.sp, (First Assistant-Provincial), Black- 
rock College . . . . . . . . Dublin 

Bourke, John, s.j., St. Patrick's College, Melbourne. 

Bourke, Peter, P.P. (Canon), Clarecastle . . . . Killaloe 

Bourke, Vincent, c.ss.r., Mt. St. Alphonsus, Limerick Limerick 
Bouvey, Julianus, s.m., St. Mary's College, Van Buren 

(Maine), U.S.A. 

Bowden, J., s.m., Wanganui, N.Z. 
Bowden, Richard (Adm.), B.A., Presbytery, Marlboro' 

Street, Dublin . . . . ' . . . . Dublin 

Bowe, Thomas, P.P., Castletown, Mountrath . . Ossory 

Bowen, Bernard, o.s.a., D.D. (Prior), Drogheda . . Armagh 



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NAME AND ADDRESS. 



DIOCESE. 

Dublin 



Bowen, John, B.A., Army Chaplain 

Bowen, Thomas, s.m., St. Mary's College, Van Buren 

(Maine), U.S.A. 
Bowes, Bernard, P.P., Tynagb, Loughrea . . . . Clonfert 

Bowes, John, P.P., Woodford, Loughrea . ._ . . Clonfert 

Bowes, Thomas, P.P., Laurencetown, Ballinasloe . . Clonfert 
Bowler, Michael, C.C., Kanturk . . . . . . Cloyne 

Bowler, Thomas, P.P., Carrigtwohill .. .. Cloyne 

Boyce, Charles, C.C., Ballintra, Donegal . . . . Raphoe 

Boylan, A. H., S.T.L., B.C.L. Shantonagh, Caatle- 

blayney ... .. .. Clogher 

Boylan, Eustace, s.j., Rector, St. Patrick's College, Melbourne 
Boylan, James, c.ss.r., Mount St. Alphonsus . . Limerick 

Boylan, Michael, C.C., Maynooth, Co. Dublin . . Dublin 

Boylan, Patrick, M.A tProf.), St. Patrick's CoUege, 

Maynooth . . . . . . . . . . Dublin 

Boylan, T. P., o.p., Holy Cross Priory, Tralee . . Kerry 

Boyle, Anthony, c.m., St. Vincent's, Cork . . . . Cork 

Boyle, Francis, C.C., Tynan, Middletown, Co. Armagh Armagh 
Boyle, Henry, P.P., V.F., Downpatrick, Co. Down Down & Connor 
Boyle, H., C.C., Maghera . . . . . . Derry 

Boyle, Hugh, P.P., Draperstown . . . . . . Derry 

Boyle, James, P.P., Braid, Ballymena, Co. Antrim Down & Connor 
Boyle, John, P.P., Canon, Gortahork, Co. Donegal . . Raphoe 
Boyle, John, c.m., St. Vincent's Church, Sunday's Well, 

Cork . . . . . . . . . . Cork 

Boyle, Joseph, P.P., Carrigart . . . . . . Raphoe 

Boyle, J., s.m., St. Anne's, Underwood Street, L6ndon, N.E. 

Boyle, Patk., P.P., Hannastown, Belfast . . . , Down & Connor 

Boyle, Patk., c.m., President, Irish College, Paris. 

Boyle, Philip, C.C., B.A., B.D., B.C.L., Glencolumbkille, Raphoe 

Boyle, T., C.C.- Lurgan . . . . . . . . Dromore 

Bracken, Michael, P.P., V.F., Clara, King's County . . Meath 
Bracken, William, P.P., V.F., Kinnegad, Westmeath Meath 
Bradley, Hugh, B.A., C.C., Killough, Bright, Co. 

Down . . . . . . . . . . Down & Connor 

Bradley, J., P.P., Rathaskin . . . . Down & Connor 

Bradley, Michael (Prof.), St. Columb's College, Derry. . Derry 
Bradley, P., C.C., Holy Family, Belfast . . Down & Connor 

Bradley, Thomas, Chaplain to H. M. Forces . . Kilmore 

Brady, Bernard, P.P., Dunboyne, Co. Meath . . Meath 

Brady, Bernard, P.P., Annagh, Belturbet . . . . Kilmore 

Brady, Edward, C.C., Ferbane, King's Co. . . . . Ardagh 

Brady, Edward, C.C., Kinnegad . . . . . . Meath 

Brady, Hugh, P.P., V.F., Crosserlough, BaUyjamesduff, 

Co. Cavan . . . . . . . . Kilmore 

Brady, Hugh, Adm., Cavan . . . . . . Kilmore 

Brady, James, C.C., St. Mary's Cathedral, Kilkenny Ossory 
Brady, James, Canon, P.P., St. Laurence O'ToolVs, 

Seville Place . . . . . . . . Dublin 

Brady, John, c.ss.r., Clonard Monastery, Belfast Down & Connor 



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NAME AND ADDRESS. 



DIOCESE. 



Brady, John, P.P., Newtown . . . . . . Cashel 

Brady, John, c.w.,St. Peter's Church, Phibsboro', Dublin Dublin 
Brady, John, C.C., Teemore, Belturbet . . . . Kilmore 

Brady, John, C.C., Manorhatnilton . . . . Kilmore 

Brady, Joseph, C.C., Kildallon, Belturbet . . . . Kilmore 

Brady, J. W. (Canon), P.P., Keady . . . . Armagh 

Brady, Kevin, B.A., Bray, Co. Wicklow . . Dublin 

Brady, Michael E., P.P., Crosskeys, Co. Cavan . . Kilmore 

Brady, Patrick, C.C., Bohermeen, Xavan . . . . Meath 

Brady, Patrick, P.P., Monasterboice, Dunleer . . Armagh 

Brady, Philip, s.j., St. Stanislaus' College, Tullamore . Meath 
Brady, Terence, C.C., Mullie^, Manorhamilton . . * Kilmore 

Brady, Terence, P.P., V.F., Templeport, Ballyconnell Kilmore 
Brady, Terence, C.C., Ballyjamesduff . . . . Kilmore 

Brady, Thomas, o.s.a., Clonmines, Co. Wexford, Ferns 

Brady, Thomas, C.C., Sbradone, Co. Cavan. . . . Kilmore 

Brangan, Thomas, o.s.a., Orlagh . . . . . . Dublin 

Branigan, M., St. Mary's College, Port of Spain, Trinidad 



Brannan, Thomas, C.C., Latton, Co. Monaghan 

Bready, A., C.C., B.A., Pcrtaferry. 

Breene, Michael, P.P., Dysart, Co. Clare 

Breen, David, C.C., Kilgarvan, Kenmare 

Breen; Francis, Beaufort, Killarney 

Breen, James, P.P., Barndairig, Co. Wicklow 

Breen, James, C.C., Rosenallis 

Breen, John, S.T.L., President, St. Brendan's Seminary, 

Killarney 

Breen, John, P.P., Abbeyleix 
Breen, John, P.P., Templeglantine 
Breen, Joseph, C.C., Millstreet, Co. Cork 
Breen, Patrick, P.P., Scotshouse, Clones 
Breen, N., o.s.a. 

Breen, Thomas, o.p., St. Mary's Priory. Cork 
Brendan, Father, B.A., o.s.f.c., Paradise Rectory, 

Abbotstown, Penn., U.S.A. 
Brendan, Fr., o.f.m., Wexford 
Brennan, Charles, C.C., Millstreet, Co. Cork 
Brennan, Edmund, M.A., 89 Lower Leeson Street 
Brennan, Edward, P.P., Mountrath, Queen's Co. 
Brennan, Edward, P.P., Muckalee, Kilkenny 
Brennan, Edward, C.C., St. Canice's, Kilkenny 
Brennan, Edward, P:P., Lisdowney, Ballyragget 
Brennan, Eugene, C.C., Hacketstown, Co. Carlow 
Brennan, Francis, P.P., V.F., Kinlough, Bundoran 
Brennan, Henry, C.C., Borris-in-Ossory, Ballybrophy, 

Queen's County 

Brennan, Hubert (Adm.), Lawrencetown, Ballinasloe 
Brennan, James, P.P., Windgap, Callan 
Brennan, James, s.j. (Superior), Rathfarnham Castle, 

Dublin 
Brennan, James J., P.P., Ramelton . . 



Clog her 

Down & Connor 
Killaloe 
Kerry 
Kerry 
Dublin 
Kildare & Leighlin 



Kerry 

Kildare & Leighlin 
Limerick 
Kerry 
Clogher 
Gal way 
Cork 



. . Ferns 

Kerry 
. . Dublin 
Kildare & Leighlin 

Ossory 

Ossory 

Ossory 
Kildare & Leighlin 

Kilmore 



Ossory 

Clonfert 

Ossory 

Dublin 
Raphoe 



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NAME AND ADDRESS. 



DIOCESE. 



Derry 



Brennan, John, C.C., Dungiven, Co. Derry 

Brennan, Joseph J., s.j., St. Ignatius', Richmond, 

Melbourne. 
Brennan, Joseph, s.j., St. Francis Xavier's Coll., Kew, 

Melbourne 

Brennan, Malachy, C.C., Caltra, Ballinasloe 
Brennan, Michael, C.C., Sooey, Sligo 
Brennan, Nicholas, J., c.s.sp., Blackrock College 
Brennan, Patrick, C.C., Malahide 

Brennan, Patrick, c.ss.r., Mt. St. Alphonsus, Limerick 
Brennan, Patrjck, C.C., Rathdowney, Queen's Co. 
Brennan, Patrick J., P.P., Raphoe, Co. Donegal 
Brennan, P. J., C.C., Castleisland 
Brennan, Patrick, c.s.sp., Rockwell College 
Brennan, Thomasj Chaplain, 3 Oakley Road, Raiielagh 
Brennan. Thomas, Chaplain, Castletown, Mountrath, 
Brennan, Thomas, P.P., Ballyhale, Knocktopher 
Brennan, "William (Canon, D.D.), P.P., Rathdowney, 

Queen's Co. 
Brennan, Wm. (Rector), c.p., Blessed Gabriel's Retreat 

The Graan, Enniskillen 
Brennan, Wm., o.c.c., 56 Aungier Street 
Brereton, Leonard (Vicar), c.p., Retreat of St. Paul 

of the Cross, Glen Osmond, Adelaide, S.A. 
Brett, P., C.C., Newport, Co. Mayo 
Brett, Thomas, C.C., Kilmaine 
Brew, Maurice, P.P., Clonmeen, Banteer 
Brick, Jeremiah, P.P., Kilcummin, Killarney ' 
Brick, John, P.P., Kingwilliamstown, Co. Cork 
Briody, Edward, C.C., Gortletteragh, Mohill 
Brodrick, M., C.C., Kilconnell, Ballinasloe 
Broderick, ML, s.m., Ratcliff College. Leicester 
Brogan, John, P.P., Moynalty, Kells 
Brophy, Laur., S.T.L. (Vice Pres.), Carlow College 

Kildare & Leighlin 

Brophy, Louis, W., o.s.a., John Street . . Dublin 

Brophy, Martin, C.C., Baltinglass . . . . Kildare & Leighlin 

Brophy, Martin, C.C., Clonegall, Co. Carlow Kildare & Leighlin 

Brophy, Thomas, C.C., Clara, Kilkenny . . . . Ossory 

Brosnahan, Daniel, C.C., Donaghmore, Limerick . . Limerick 
Brosnahan, M., c.m., Spir. Father, Maynooth College Dublin 
Brosnan, D., B.D., B.A.. St. Brendan's, Seminary, 

Killarney . . . . . . . . . . Kerry 

Brosnan, Patrick, P.P., Allihies, Castletown Bere Kerry 

Broughan, Patrick, C.C., Ballyroan, Abbeyleix Kildare & Leighlin 

Brown, Stephen, s.j., Ore Place. Hastings 
Browne ( Richard, C.C., B.A., Enniscorthy . . . . Ferns 

Brown, T., B.A., Carlow College . . . . Kildare & Leighlin 

Brown, Terence, c.ss.r. Mount St. Alphonsus, Waratah, N.S.W. 
Brown, Thomas, s.j., Loyola House, Greenwich Rd., Sydney. 
Browne, D. L., o.f.ni., Merchants' Quay, Dublin . . Dublin 



Elphin 

Elphin 

Dublin 

Dublin 

Limerick 

Ossory 

Raphoe 

Kerry 

Cashel 

Dublin 

Ossory 

Ossory 

Ossory 

Clogher 
Dublin 



Tuam 

Tuam 

Cloyne 

Kerry 

Kerry 

Ardagh 

Clonfert 

Meath 



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NAME AND ADDRESS. 



DIOCESE. 



Browne, Francis M,, s.j. y St. Stanislaus' College, Tulla- 



Meath 
Dublin 
Cloyne 
Cloyne 
Ferns 



Browne, Henry, s.j., St. Ignatius', 35 Lower Leeson St. 

Browne, James D., C.C., Shandrum, Charleville 

Browne, James T. (Retired) 

Brown, Richard, C.C., B.A., Enniscorthy 

Browne, John (Canon), P.P., Litter, Kilmuckridge, 

Gorey . . . . . . . . . . Ferns 

Browne, John, P.P., Ballindangan . . . . Cloyne 

Browne, John, P.P., Glenflesk, Killarney . . . . Kerry 

Browne, Michael, s.j., St. Francis Xavier's, Upper 

Gardiner Street, Dublin . . . . . . Dublin 

Browne, M. D , o.p., S.T.L.. San Clemente, Rome 
Browne, Nicholas, C.C., Cahirciveen, Co. Kerry . . Kerry 

Browne, Patk, P.P.,V.F., Canon, Cahirciveen, Co. Kerry Kerry 

Browne, Patrick, M.A., D.Sc. (Prof.), Maynooth College Dublin 

Browne, P., Askamore, Carnew, Co. Wicklow . . Ferns 

Browne, R. C., o.f.m., Merchants' Quay, Dublin . . Dublin 

Browne, Thos., B.A., C.C., Dromore West . . . . Killala 

Browne, W. F., C.C. (Bishop's Sec.), Queenstown . . Cloyne 

Browne, William, C.C., Kilbannon . . . . Tuam 

Browne, M., C.C., Leitrirn, Banbridge . . . . Dromore 

Bryan, Patrick, C.C., B.A., Ballymore-Eustace, Co. 

Kildara . . . . . . . . . . Dublin 

Bryan, Stephen, St. Mary's College, Port of Spain, Trinidad, 
Bryson, T. P., o.p., Corpo Santo, Lisbon, Portugal 
Buchanan, William (Professor), St. Patrick's College, 

Cavan . . . . . . . . . . Kilmore 

Buckley, Jeremiah, The Jeffers Institute", Tralee . . Kerry 

Buckley, Patrick, P.P., Milltown, Co. Kerry . . Kerry 

Buckley, Timothy (Chaplain), St. Joseph's Monastery, 

Ferryhouse, Clonmel . . . . Waterford & Lismore 

Burbage, Thomas, B.D., B.C.L., C.C., Geashill Kildare & Leighlin 

Burden, David (Canon), P.P., Buttevant, Co. Cork . . Cloyne 
Burger, Arthur, s.tn., St. Bede's School, Christchurch, N.Z. 

Burke, Columba, o.d.c., The Abbey, Loughrea . . Clonfert 

Burke, Edmond (Canon), P.P., Gurtnahoe, Kilcooley, 

Thurles . . . . . . . . . . Cashel 

Burke, Felix, C.C., Tubbercurry . . . . Achonry 

Burke, James, P.P., Knocknagoshel, Co. Kerry . . Kerry- 
Burke, James, c.s.sp., Blackrock College, Dublin . . Dublin 
Burke, J. J., P.P., Barryroe, Timoleague, Co. Cork . . Ross 
Burke, John, P.P., Menlough, Ballinasloe . . . . Tuam 

Burke, John, P.P., Peterswell, Loughrea . . . . Kilmacduagh 

Burke, John, C.C., Charleville, Co. Cork . . . . Cloyne 

Burke, John, B.A., C.C. Westport . . . . Tuam 

Burke, Joseph (Canon), P.P., 6 St. John's Terrace, 

North Circular Road, Dublin . . . . . . Dublii 

Burke, J., C.C., Williamstown, Ballymoe . . . . Tuam 

Burke, M., s.m., St. Mary's College, Dundalk . . Armagh 

Burke, Michael, B.A., C.C., St. Paul's, Arran Quay . . Dublin 

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NAME AND ADDRESS. 



DIOCESE. 



Burke, Michael, P.P., Park, Turlough, Castlebar . . Tuam 
Burke, Michael, C.C., Drumcong, Carrick-on-Shannon Ardagh 
Burke, Michael V., B.A., C.C., Rathdrum, Co. Wicklow Dublin 
Burke, Nicholas A., C.C., Dunmore East Waterford & Lismore 

Burke, Patrick, C.C., Rathgormack, Carrick-on-Suir 

Waterford & Lismore 
Burke, R., C.C., Dunkerrin, Roscrea . . . . Killaloe 

Burke, Thomas, G.C., Carraroe . . . . . . Tuam 

Burke, Thomas, B.A., C.C., Shrule, Galway . . Galway 

Burke, Thomas, o.m.i., Quex Road, Kilburn, London, N.W. 
Burke, William P., C.C., Cahir, Co. Tipperary Waterford & Lismore 
Burke, William, C.C., Presbytery, 25 Rathmines Road Dublin 
Burke, William, C.C., Stradbally . . . . Waterford & Lismore 

Burns, Ambrose, C.C., St. Michan's, Halston St. . . Dublin 
Burns, Frederick J., C.C., St. Matthew's, Belfast Down. & Connor 

Burns, Gregory, c.p., Blessed Gabriel's Retreat, The 

Graan, Elnniskillen . . . . . . . . Clogher 

Burns, Joseph, P.P., V.F., Larne . . . .Down & Connor 

Burns, J., C.C., Cashelmore, Letterkenny 

Burris, John, o.c., War Chaplain 

Burrus, P. (Prior), Hospice for Infirm Clergy, Moyne 

Park, Ballyglunin, Co. Galway 

Burton, John (Canon), P.P., Donoughmore, Co. Cork 
Burts, Robert, C.C., Cathedral, Cork 
Bury, James, s.j., Upper Gardiner Street, Dublin 
Butin, Romanus, s.m., Brookland University College, 

Washington 

Butler, James, C.C., Ardagh, Edgeworthstown , 
Butler, Joseph, c.s.sp., Blackrock College, Dublin 
Butler, Joseph, a.m. a., St. Joseph's College, Wilton, 

Cork 
Butler, Patrick, St. Mary's College, Port of Spain, 

Trinidad. 

Butler, John, C.C., Glynn, Wexford 
Butler, Michael, D.D., P.P., Roundwood, Co, Wicklow 
Butler, Michael, o.m.i.. B.A., B.D., Mount St. Mary's 
Butler, Patrick, C.C., Presbytery, High Street 
Butler, Patrick, c.s.sp., St. Mary's College, Port of 

Spain, Trinidad, 

Butler, P. A., Adm,, V.F., St. Mary's, Sligo 
Butler, Thomas, c.ss.r., Mt. St. Alp'honsus, Limerick. . 
Butler, William (Provincial), Society African Missions, 

St. Joseph's Seminar} 7 ,, Blackrock Road, Cork 
Butler, W., o.s.6., Army Chaplain. 
Butterly, William, C.C., St. Patrick's, Dundalk 
Byrne, Aidan, c.p. t St. Joseph's Retreat, Highgate Hill, 

London, N. 

Byrne, Arthur, C.C., Darver, Castlebellingham 

Byrne, Albert, C.C., Clonaslee . . Kildare & Leighlin 

Byrne, Berchmans, c.p., St. Paul's, Mount Argus, Dublin Dublin 
Byrne, Charles, c.p., St. Joseph, Highgate Hill, London ; N. 



Raphoe 



Tuam 
Cloy ne 
Cork 
Dublin 



Ardagh 
Dublin 

Cork 



Ferns 
Dublin 
Leeds 
Dublin 



Elphin 
Limerick 

Cork 
Armagh 



Armagh 



1920] THE CLERGY OF IRELAND. 355 

NAME AND ADDRESS. DIOCESE. 

Byrne, Charles, C.C., Killygordon . . . . . . Deny 

Byrne, Charles, o.m.i., Star of the Sea, Leith. 

Byrne, Charles, s.j., College of Sacred Heart, Limerick Limerick 
Byrne, Daniel, C.C., St. Nicholas', Francis Street . . Dublin 
Byrne, Daniel J., C.C., St. Joachim's, Booterstowa 

Avenue, Co. Dublin . . . . . . Dublin 

Byrne, Ed. J., C.C., B.A., Pro-Cathedral, Marlboro' 

Street, Dublin . . . . . . . . Dublin 

Byrne, Eugene, Canon, P.P., Balbriggan . . . . Dublin 

Byrne, George, s.j., Stanislaus' College, Tullamore . . Msath 
Byrne, Gregory (Chaplain), Carmelite Convent, Mount 

Tallant, Harold's Cross . . . . . . Dublin 

Byrne, Gregory, c.p., St. Anne's Retreat, Sutton, St. 

Helen's, Lanes. . . . . . . . . Clogher 

Byrne, James, s.m., Tvy Street, Atlanta, (Ga ) 

Byrne, James, c.m., St. Joseph's, Malvern, Australia. 

Byrne, James, P.P., Tolerton. Carlow . . Kildare & Leighlin 

Byrne, John, c.s.sp., Presid ;nt, Rockwell College, Cashel Cashel 

Byrne, John, Army Chaplain, Priory Villa, 49 Avenue 

Road, Gosport, Hants, England. 
Byrne, John, s.m. (Vice-Superior), St. Mary's College, 

Dundalk . . . . . . . . Armagh 

Byrne. John, P.P., Dunlear, Co. Louth . . . . Armagh 

Byrne, John, C.C., Ardara, Co. Donegal . . . . Raphoe 

Byrne, John A., s.j., Clongowes Wood Col., Sallins Kildare & Leighlin 
Byrne, John G., s.j., Belvedere College, Dublin . . D iblin. 

Byrne, John J., C.C., Athy, Co. Kildare . . ' . . Dublin 
Byrne, Joseph, c.s.sp., D.D., Ferndale, Conn., U.S.A. 
Byrne, Joseph, C.C., Downpatrick, Co. Down Down & Connor 

Byrne, Luke, C.C., Luggaeurr^n, Stradbally Kildare & Leighlin 

Byrne, M., C.C., Maryborough, Queen's County Kildare & Leighlin 
Byrne, Mark, C.C., Wexford . . . . . . Ferns 

Byrne, Martin, c.p., St. Mary's Retreat, Harborne, 

Birmingham. 

Byrne, Ml., B.A. Kilcullen, Co. Kildarj . . . . Dublin 

Byrne, Michael, C.C., Carrick-on-Suir Waterford & Lismore 

Byrne, Pancras, c.p., St. Paul's Retreat, Mouit Argus Dublin 
Byrne, P. Eus., s.m., President, St. Mary's College, 

Dundalk . . . . . . . . Armagh 

Byrne, Patrick, P.P., Rathoe, Co. Carlow . . Kildare & Leighlin 

Byrne, Patrick, P.P., Abbeyside, Dungarvan Waterford & Lismore 
Byrne, Peter, LL.D., c.m. (Ex-Pres.), St. Patrick's 

Training College, Drumcondra . . . . Dublin 

Byrne, Philip, C.C., Bansha, Tipperary . . . . Cashel 

Byrne, Thomas, P.P., Presbytery, High St.. Dublin . . Dublin 
Byrne, Thomas, C.C., Monasterevan . . Kildare & Leighlin 

Byrne, Thomas, C.C., Diocesan Inspector, The College, 

Wexford . . . . . . . . Ferns 

Byrne, Vincent, s.j., St. Francis Xavier's, Gardiner 

Street, Dublin . . . . . . . . Dublin 

Byrne, W. F., o.c.c., South Dublin Union .. .. Dublin 



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NAME AND ADDRESS. 



DIOCESE. 



Byrne, William, o.s.a. (Vice-Prov.), Echuca, Victoria. 
Byrne, William, S.T.L.. President, St. John's College, 

Waterford . . . . . . Waterford & Lismore 

Byrne, Wm., c.m., St. Vincent's, Mill Hill, London 

Byrne, William, P.P., Caragh, Naas . . Kildare & Leighlin 

Byrne, William J., P.P., Valleymount, Blessihgton . . Dublin 
Byrne, William, P.P., Glenbeigh . . . . . . Kerry 

Byrne, William, c.ss.r., Opong Cebu, Philippine Islands 
Byrne, William, F., s.j , Vice-Rector, St. Ignatius' 

College, Gal way . . . . . . . . Galway 

Byrne, William, C.C., Mountrath . . Kildare & Leighlin 

Byrne, W. D., C.C., Newcastle, Co. Down . . Down & Connor 

Byrne, W. J., B.A , 27 Ballymun Road, Glasnevin . . Dublin 
Byrnes, James, P.P., Bansha, Tipperary . . . . Cashel 



Caffrey, Thomas, C.C. Trim, Meath . . . . Meath 

Cagney, Anthony, o.d.c., The Abbey, Loughrea. Clonfert 

Cagney, Michael, c.ss.r., Clonard Monastery, Belfast Down & Connor 
Cagney, Wm., c.ss.r., SS. Peter and Paul's, Perth, W A. 
Cahalane, Patrick C.C., B.D , B.C L., Skibbereen . . Ross 
Cahalane, Patrick, M.A., S.T.L., B.C.L., Chaplain 

Greenmount Orphanage, Cork . . . . Cork 

Cahill, D., B.A., C.C., Clanvaraghon, Castlewellan Down & Connor 
Cahill, Edward, s.j., Milltown Park, Dublin . . Dublin 

Cahill, J., C.C., Causeway, Co. Kerry . . . . Kerry 

Cahill, John, P.P., Clifden Villa, Kilkenny . . . . Ossory 

Cahill, John, B.A., Chaplain, Dominican Convent, 

Kingstown 

Cahill, Joseph, s.j., St. Aloysius' College, Sydney. 
Cahill, Philip, C.C., Dowra, Carrick-on-Shannon 
Callaghan, J., C.C., Kells, Meath 
Callaghan, Peter, C.C., Curiy, Co. Sligo 
Callan, Henry, C.C., Ardee, Co. Louth 
Callan, Philip, o.s.a., Orlagh, Co. Dublin , . 
Callanan, Cornelius, C.C., Caherconlish, Pallasgreen . . 
Callanan, John, P.P., Killimore, Ballinasloe 
Callanan, John, C.C., Spike Island 
Callanan, Laurence, C.C., Ballinhassig, Co. Cork 
Callanan, Michael, C.C., Ardfimian, Cahir 
Callanan, Richard, C.C., Portumna 
Gallery, Philip, P.P., V.G., Tullamore, King's Co. 
Callery, R., B.A. (Professor), St. Finian's College, 

Mullingar 
Camac, Jos. P., Chaplain, Tuberculosis Hospital, 

Ringsend 
Camillus, Fr., B.A., o.s.f.c., St. Mary of Angels, Her- 

mestown, Umatilla Co., Oregon, U.S.A. 
Campbell, Andrew, C.C., Malin, Donegal 
Campbell, D., s.m., Wellington South, N.Z. 
Campbell, J., s.m., Greymouth, N.Z. 



Dublin 

Kilmore 

Meath 

Achonry 

Armagh 

Orlagh 

Cashel 

Clonfert 
. . Cork 
. . Cork 
Waterford & Lismore 

Clonfert 

Meath 



Meath 
Dublin 



Derry 



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NAME AND ADDRESS. DIOCESB 

Campbell, J., C.C., Mulranny, Co. Mayo . . . . Tuam 

Campbell, John, c.m., St. Mary's Training College, 

Hammersmith, London 

Campbell, Peter, C.C., Whitecross, Armagh . . Armagh 

Campbell, R. F., s.j., Rathfarnham Castle . . . . Dublin 

Campbell, Thomas, c.ss.r., Army Chaplain Australian 

Contingent, France 

Campion, Edward, C.C., Tinryland, Carlow . . Kildare & Leighlin 

Campion, Patrick, C.C., Philipstown, King's Co. Kildare & Leighlin 
Campion, Peter, P.P., Kildare . . . . Kildare & Leighlin 

Canavan, B., C.C., Bunnacurry, Achill . . . . Tuam 

Canavan .-Joseph, S. J., Miiltown Park . . . . Dublin 

Canavan, Patrick, o.c.c., B.A., Prior, Carmelite Convent, 

Knocktopher, Thomastown, Co. Kilkenny . . Ossory 

Canavan, Richard, Adm., Westport . . . . Tuam 

Candler, Vincent, o.p., St. Laurence's, N. Adelaide, 

South Australia. 
Canice, Fr., o.s.f.c., B.A., Franciscan -Capuchin Friary, 

Church Street . . . . . . . . Dublin 

Canning, Dominick, C.C., Kilcloonoy, Glenties. . . Raphoe 

Canning, John P.(Canon),P.P., Ballyhaunis, Co. Mayo Tuam 
Canning, Thomas, s.m., Ivy Street, Atlanta (G.a.) 

Cannon, M., C.C., Doochary, Strabane . . . . Raphoe 

Cantillon, John, C.C., Glenville, Cork . . . . Cork 

Canton, Joseph. (Canon), P.P., Athenry, Co. Galway . . Tuam 

Cantwell, Nicholas, C.C., Seville Place, Dublin . . Dublin 

Cantwell. Peter, P.P., Moynalvey, Summerhill, Co. Meath Meath 

Canty, Michael, P.P., Dromin, Kilmallock . . . . Limerick 

Canavan, P. A., o.c.c., B.A., Car;nelite Convent, Moat<\ Meath 
Capesius, J., s.m., Van Buren College, Maine. 

Capistran, Fr. John, o.f.m., The Abbey, Multyfarnham Meath 

Caraher, John, C.C., Car rick more . . . . . . Armagh 

Carew, Denis, s.m., Grey mouth, New Zealand. 

Carey, Bernard, c s.sp., Diego-Martin, Trinidad 

Carey, James, P.P., Coolmeen, Ennis . . . . Killaloo 

Carey, T. L., o.f.m. (Prefect of Studies), Irish Franciscan 

College, Rome. 

Carey, Wtn., Chaplain, Mallow . . . . . . Cloyne 

Carmody, James, P.P., Rath more, Co. Kerry . . Kerry 

Carmody, Michael, C.C., D unman way . . . . Cork 

Carmody, Thomas, Mgr., V.G., Rathmore . . . . Kerry 

Carney, Chas., Chaplain. Ballymote . . . . Achonry 

Carney, D., C.C., Dangaii, Drumsna . . . . Elphin 

Carney, Michael, C.C , Cong. . . . . . . Tuam 

Carney, T. J., C.C., Roscommon . . . . . . Elphin 

Carolan, Bernard, P.P., Castletara, Ballyhaise . . Kilmcre 

Carolan, Francis, P.P., Tullyallen, Drogheda . . Armagh 

Carpenter, H., Aim., Mullingar . . . . . . Meath 

Carr, John, c.ss.r., Clonard Monastery, Beltast Down & Connor 

Carr, John, C.C., Abbey feale .. .. .. Limerick 

Carr, John, P.P., Ardrahan . . . . . . Kilmacduagb 



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NAME AND ADDRESS. 



DIOCESE. 



Carr, John, c.m., St. Peter's, Phibsboro', Dublin . . Dublin 
Carr, John, C.C., Mayo Bridge, Newry . . . . Dromore 

Carr, Patrick, C.C., Derrybeg, Letterkenny, Co. Donegal Raphoe 
Carrick, Robert, P.P., Baldoyle, Co. Dublin . . Dublin 

Carrigan, James, C.C., Bennetts bridge, Kilkenny . . Ossory 
Carrigan, Patrick, P.P., Callan . . . . . . Ossory 

Carrigan, William (Canon), D.D., P.P., Durrow, 

Queen's Co. . . \ . . . . Ossory 

Carrigy, Michael, c.m., St, Joseph's Blackrock . . Dublin 

Carroll, Fiiitan, P. P., Avoca, Co. Wicklow . . Dublin 

Carroll, Francis, s.j., St. Ignatius', Norwood, Adelaide, 

South Australia. 

Carroll, George, c.m., St. Vincent's College, Castleknock 
Carroll, James, C.C., Kilmeedy . . . . t. 

Carroll, James, C.C., St. Michael's, Limerick 

Carroll, James, C.C., St. Patrick's, Limerick 

Carroll, James, C.C., St. John's, Limerick 

Carroll, John, Adm., St. Patrick's, Kilkenny 

Carrol], John, J., C.C., Belmullet 

Carroll, J., s.m., Laiigham, Penn, U.S.A. 

Carroll, Joseph, C.C., Fedamore Limerick 

Carroll, Luke, P.P., Mullagh, Co. Cavan 

Carroll, Matthew, C.C., Convent Hill, W'ford. 

Carroll, Martin. C.C., Clouncagh, Bailingarry, 

Carroll, Michael, P.P., Loughill, Co. Limerick 

Carroll, Patrick C.C., St. Mary's, Limerick 

Carroll, Patrick, c.ss.r., Army Chaplain 

Carroll, Thomas, s.j., Presbytery, Miller St., Nth., Sydney. 

Carroll, Timothy, C.C., Grenagh, Blarney . . . . Cloyne 

Carron, Basil, c.p,, St. Paul's Retreat, Mount Argus Dublin 
Carruth, Hubert, c.p., St. Paul's Retreat, Mount Argus Dublin 
Carter, Camillus, c.p., St. Mary's Retreat, Harborne, Birmingham. 
Carton, M., C.O., Caragh, Naas . . . . Kildare"& Leighlin 

Carton, Patrick . . . . . . . . Dublin 

Carty, James, B.A., Annacurra, Aughrim, Co. Wicklow Ferns 
Carthy, Peter, c.ss.r., Clonard. Belfast . . Down & Connor 

Casey, Charles, s.m., House of Studies, Greenmeadow-, N.Z. 
Casey, Chris., P.P., Ballymore, Westmeath . . Meath 

Casey, D., B.A., C.C., Oranmore, Galway . . . . Galway 

Casey, John, C.C., Baliymacoda, Co. Cork . . . . Cloyne 

Casey, John, C.C., Drumshambo . . . . . . Ardagh 

Casey, John (Archdeacon), P.P., Castleisland, Co. Kerry Kerry- 
Casey, John, C.C., Ballindangan, Mitchelstown . . Cloyne 
Casey, John, Canon, P.P., Harbour View, Rossduff, Co. 

Waterford . . . . . . Waterford & Lismore 

Casey, John, s.j., St. Stanislaus' College, Tullamore . . Meath 
Casey, Jerh., C.C., Tralee . . . . . . Kerry 

Casey, N,, C.C., Castle town- Geoghegan . . . . Meath 

Casey, Patrick, C.C., Swinford . . . . . . Achonry 

Casey, Patrick, P.P., Beauparc . . . . . . Meath 

Casey, Patrick, S.T.L., C.C., Mallow . . . . Cloyne 



Dublin 

Limerick 

Limerick 

Limerick 

Limerick 

Ossory 

Killala 



. . Limerick 

Kilmore 
Waterford & Lismore 

Limerick 

Limerick 
. . . Limerick 

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NAME AND ADDRESS. DIOCESE. 

Casey, Patrick, Army Chaplain . . . . . . Meath 

Casey, J., C.C., Kells . . . . . . . . Meath 

Casey, Patrick, C.C., Bulgaden, Kilmallock . . Limerick 

Casey, P., B.A.. Summerhill College, Sligo . . .. Elphin 

Casey, Thomas, P.P., Churchtown, Navan, Co. Meath Meath 
Casey, H. V., o.p., S.T.L., (Vicar), Port of Spain, 

Trinidad, B.W.I. 

Castellano, Peter, o.c., The Mount, Wadhurst, Sussex. 
Cassagne, J., a.m., St. Mary's Church, Algiers, Lousiana. 

Cassidy, Francis, P.P , Kilt'enora . . . . . . Kilfenora 

Cassidy, Wm , P.P., Carron, Kilfenora . . . . Kilfenora 

Cassidy, John, P.P., Kilbeggan, Westmeath . . Meath 

Cassidy, John, P.P., Ballinhassig, Co. Cork . . Cork 

Cassidy, Joseph, P.P., V.F., St. Colman's. Gort Kilmacduagh 
Casimir, Father, B.A., o.s.f.c., St. Mary of Angels, 

Hermestown, Umatilla Co., Oregon, U.S.A. 

Cassin. Thomas, c.ss.r., St Petrick's, Athenry . . Clonfert 

Caul field, Terence, C.C., Belcoo, Blacklion . . . . Clogher 

Cawley, Peter, P.P., Straid, Foxford . . . . Achonry 

Cawley, Thomas, C.C., Oughterard . . . . Gal way 

Celestine, Fr., o.f.m., Athlone . . . . . . Ardagh 

Chambers, R. F., o.f.m., Waterford . . Waterford & Lismore 

Chapelle, H. de la, s.m., 25 Isabella St., Boston, U.S.A. 

Charelet, Ludovic, s.m., St. Patrick's, Sydney, N.S.W. 

Chester, Gerard, c.p., Marivckvillo, Sydney, N.S.W. 

Cheasty, Maurice, P.P., St. Patrick's, Waterford Waterford & Lismore 

Chevreuil, G. B., s.m., St. Patrick's, Sydney (N.S.W.) 

Chrysostom, Fr., o.f.tn., Chaplain Ex petitionary Army. 

Claffey, Thomas, s.j. (Superior), Manresa House, 

Hawthorne, Melbourne. 

Clancy, Anthony, P.P., Ballynacally, Ennis . . Killaloe 
Clancy, J., s.m., Hakitika, New Zealand. 

Clancy, James, P.P., Cross, Co. Clare . . . . Killaloe 

Clancy, J., C.C., Newmarket-on-Fergus . . . . Killaloe 
Clancy, M., o.s.a., Geraldton, Queensland. 

Clancy, P., C.C., Kea lue, Carrick-on- Shannon .. Ardagh 
Clarke, H. A., o.f.m., Chaplain Expeditionary Army. 

Clarke, Francis, P.P., Dromore, West . . . . Killala 

Clarke, James, C.C., Camlough, Castleblayney . . Armagh 

Clarke, J., C.C., Carrabane, Athenry . . . . Clonfert 

Clarke, John M., C.C., B.A., Kilbride, Co. Wicklow . . Dublin 

Clarke, Matthew, o.m.i., Inchicore . . . . Dublin 

Clarke, Owen, P.P., Forkhill, Dundalk . . . . Armagh 

Clarke, Patrick, C.C.. Presbytery, Meath Street,Dublin Dublin 

Clarke, Patrick, P P., Drumraney, Westmeath . . Meath 
Clarke, Stephen, Chaplain to H. M. Forces. 

Clarke, Thomas, P.P., V.F., Stradone, Co. Cavan . . Kilmoro 

Clavin, James, P.P., Kilbeg, Kells, Co. Meath . . Meath 

Cleary, Andrew, c.ss.r., Mount St. Alphonsus, Limerick Limerick 
Cleary, E., c.s.sp., St. Joseph's, Peasley Cross, Lanes. 

Cleary, Joseph, C.C., Donohill, Tipperary .. .. Cashel 



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Killaloe 

Galway 
Ferns 

Dublin 

Limerick 



NAME AND ADDRESS. DIOCESE. 

Cleary, James, s.j., St. Aloysius', Sevenhill, S. Australia. 
Cleary, J., C.C., Kilmaley, Ennis 

Cleary, Patrick, D.D., B.C.L,, B.A., St. Columban's Col- 
lege. Shrule 

Cleary, Thomas, C.C., Gorey, Co. Wexford 
Cleary, Thomas, c.ra., St. Patrick's Training College, 

Drumcondra 

Cleere, James, c.ss.r., Mount St. Alphonsu=, Limerick 
Cleere, Raymond, c.ss.r., Opong, Cebu, Philippine Islands 
Clement, Father, o.d.c., The Abbey, Loughrea . . Clonfert 

Clement, Father, o.s./.c., Franciscan-Capuchin Friary, 

Father Mathew Quay, Cork . . . . . . Cork 

Clenaghan, G., C.C., Glenariff, Co. Antrim Down & Connor 

Clenaghan, John, o.m.i., Star of the Sea, Leith 
Clenaghan, J., B.A., B.D., B.C.L. (President), St. 

Malachy's College, Belfast . . . . Down & Connol 

Clery, Andrew, o.m.i., Mount St. Mary's Leeds 

Clery, G., o.c.c., Carmelite Convent, Kiusale . . Cork 

Clifford, Edmund, Retired . . . . . . Limerick 

Cline, P., C.C., Crosna, Boyle . . . . . . Elphin 

Clinton, James, C.C., Howth . . . . . . Dublin 

Clinton, Mark, P.P., Stranooden, Co. Monaghan . . Clogher , 
Clohosey, John, C.C., Templeorum, Piltown . . Ossory 

Cloney, Thomas, P P., Templeton, Fethard, Co. Wex- 
ford, via Waterford . . . . . . Ferns 

Cloney, Thomas, C.C.. Ballindaggin, Limerick , . . Ferns 

Chine, Francis, c.p., St. Brigid's Retreat, Marrickville, 

Sydney, N.S.W. 

.Clime, G., B.A., St. Flannan's College, Ennis . . Killaloe 

Clune, James, P.P., Whitegate, Limerick . . . . Killaloe 

Coakley, Cornelius, C.C., Blackrock, Co. Cork . . Cork 

Coakely, Daniel, Chaplain, Midleton . . . . Cloyne 

Coakley, James, B.A., C.C., Goleen, Co. Cork . . Cork 

Coakley, Jereminh, B.A., C.C., Drimoleague .. Cork 

Coakley, John, P.P., Drimoleague, Co. Cork . . Cork 

Coakley, P., 0.5.0., D.D., John Street . . . . Cork 

Cock, Henry, s.j., St. Francis Xavier's, Lavender Bay, 

N. Sydney 
Codd, James, C.C., Wexford . . . . . . Ferns 

Codd, John, St. Aidan's, Enniscorthy . . . . Ferns 

Codd, Nicholas, C.C., Adamstown. Enniscorthy . . Ferns 

Coen, Alphonsus, c.p. (Superior), St. Bridget's Retreat, 

Marrickville, Sydney, N.S.W. 

Coen, J., o.d.c. (Prior), St. Teresa's, Clarendon Street . . Dublin 
Coffey, Jerome, C.C., Clogheen . . . . Waterford & Lismoro 

Coffey, John, C.C., St. Nicholas', Francis Street . . Dublin 

Coffey, J. V., o.c.c., SS, Celso e Giuliano, Rome. 

Coffey, Ml., C.C., Waterford . . . . Waterford & Lismore 

Coffey, Patrick, c.s.sp., St. Joseph's, Peasley Cross, 

St. Helens, England. 
Coffey, Peter, D.Ph., S.T.L. (Prof.), Maynooth College Dublin 



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NAME AND ADDRESS. 



DIOCESE. 



Coffey, Wra. (Prof.), St. John's College, Waterford W'ford & Lismore 
Cogan, James, o.c.c. (Provincial), Carmelite Convent, 

Aungier Street . . . . . . . . Dublin 

Cogan, J., C.C., Delvin . . . . . . . . Meath 

Cogan, Michael, C.C., Presbytery, Wicklow . . Dublin 

Cogavin, J., B.A., St. Joseph's College, The Pines, 

Ballinasloe . . . . . . . . Clonfert 

Coghlan, Aloysius, o.d.c., St. Teresa's Clarendon Street Dublin 

Coghlan, Bartholomew, s.j., St. Ignatius College, Gal way Gal way 

Coghlan, Daniel, P.P., Aughrim, Ballinasloe . . Clonfert 

Coghlan, J., Army Chaplain . . . . . . Meath 

Coghlan, James, C.C., Milford. Co. Cork . . . . Cloyne 

Coghlan, Laurence, C.C., Mulljnavat, Waterford . . Ossory 

Coghlan, Michael, C C., Conna, B;illynoe, Co Cork . . Cloyne 
Coghlan, Thomas, C.C., Convent Hill, Waterford Waterford & Lismora 



Coghlan, William, P.P. (Canon), Milford, Charleville 
Coghlin, Philip, c.p. (Prov. Sec.), St. Joseph's 

Retreat, Highgate HiU, London, N. 
Cohalan, Daniel, J.U.D. (Dean of Residence), Univer- 
sity College, Cork 

Cohalan, Jeremiah, Canon, P.P., V.F., Bandon, Co. Cork 
Cohalan, Jeremiah, Chaplain, Blackrock 
Cohen, Joseph, o.d.c. (Prior), St. Teresa's, Clarendon 

Street, Dublin 

Colahan, Richard F., P.P., V.F., St. Cronan's, Bray . . 
Colbert, John, o.c., St. Mary's, Loughborough. 
Colbert, Thomas, Prof.. St. Munchin's College, Limerick 
Cole, Dermot, P.P., V.F., Killucan, Westmeath 
Coleman, Ambrose, o.p., S.T.L., West Convent, Galway 
Coleman, Father, o.s.f.c., D.D., B.A., Guardian, 

Franciscan-Capuchin Monastery, Rochestown 
Coleman, Michael, sj., St. Aloysius, Sevenhill, South 

Australia 

Coleman, Patrick, C.C., B \llingarry, Co. Limerick 
Coleman, Peter, P.P., Termonbany, Longford 
Golfer, Richard, o.c.c., Carmelite Convent, Kinsale 
Colgan, James, P.P., Clane, Co. Kildare 
Colgan, M., c.s.sp., Rockwell College, Cashel 
Colgan, Patrick, P.P., Kilkerrin, Ballinasloe 
CoUeran, Martin, P.P., Achill, Co. Mayo 
Collier, Daniel, o.m.i., Star of the Sea, Leifch, Scotland. 
Collier, James, c.ss.r. (Rector), St. Joseph's. Dundalk 
Collier, P. (Prof.), St. Kieran's College, Kilkenny 
Collins, Charles, P.P., Lavey, Stradone 
Collins, E. H., o.p., Army Chaplain 
Collins, John, s.m., Jefferson College, James's Street, 

Louisiana. 

Collins, John, C.C., Clonakilty 
Collins, Michael, c.ss.r., Mount St. Alphonsus, Waratah, 

N.S.W. 
Collins, Patrick, P.P., Eglish, Dungannon 



Cloyne 



Cork 
Cork 
Cork 

Dublin 
Dublin 

Limerick 

Meath 

Galway 

Cork 



Limerick 
. . Elphin 
. . Cork 

Kildare & Leighlin 
. . Cashel 
. . Taam 

Tuam 



Armagh 

Ossory 

Kilmore 



Ross 



Armagh 



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NAME AND ADDRESS. 



DIOCESE. 



Collins, Michael, S.M.A., St. Joseph's College, Wilton, 

Cork . . . . . . . . ... Cork 

Collins, Patrick, o.m.i., B.A., B.D., Holy Cross, Great 
Crosshall Street, Liverpool. 

Colman, Michael, s.j., A.I.F. Retired. 

Columb, Matthew (Canon), P.P., Ballinahown, Athlone 

Columb, Bernard, C.C., Abbeylara, Granard 

Columba, Fr., o./.m., (Vicar), Athlone 

Columbus, F., o.s.f.c., B.A., B.D., Franciscan-Capuchin 
Friary, Dublin 

Comerforcl, Edmund, c.m., St. Peter's, Phibsboro' 

Comerford, Jas., C.C., Owning, Pi town 

Comerford, N., c.m., St. Vincent's, Sheffield 

Comerford, Philip, C.C., B^llyouskill, Attanagh 

Comey, Charles, C.C., Castlerahan, Ballyjamesduff 

Comey, Martin, D.D., C.C., Cavan 

Conalty, F., C.C., Loughgll, Belfast . . i . . 

Concannon, Ant., C.C., Gort 

Concannon, M., C.C., Cashel, Co. Galway 

Condon, Andrew, P.P., Kilgobinet, Dungarvan 



Ardagh 
Ardagh 
Meath 

Dublin 
Dublin 
Ossory 



Ossory 
Kilmore 
. . Kilmore 
. . Down & Connor 
. . Kilmacduagh 
. . Tuam 
Waterford Lismoro 



Condon, James, s.j., St. Stanislaus' College, Tullamore Meath 

Condon, John, o.s.a., Prior, John Street . . . . Dublin. 

Condon, William J., C.C., Tipperary . . . . Cashel 

Coriington, Edward (Mgr.), P.P., DJD. (Dean), Swinford Achonry 

Conlon, James, P.P., Milltown, Westmeath . . Meath 

Conlon, Michael, P.P., Donore, Drogheda . . , . . Meath 

Conlon, Patrick, P.P., Collon, Co. Louth . . . . Armagh 

Conlon, Peter, C.C., Navan . . . . . . Meath 

Conlon, Stephen, o.p., Holy Cross Priory, Tralee . . Kerry 
Conlan, Thomas, o.s.a., St. Monica's, Hoxton Square, 

London, N. 

Connaughton, M., o./.m. , Clonmel . . . . Waterford & Limerick 

Connell, Dominic, s.j., (Superior), St. Ignatius, Norwood, 

Adelaide, S. Australia. 
Connell, Francis, s.j., St. Ignatius' College, Riverview, 

Sydney. 

Connell, Richard, C.C., B.A., Cabinteely, Bray (Little) Dublin 

Connellan, M. J., Chaplain, Longhglynn, Castlerea . . Elphin 

Connery, John, C.C., Emly, Co. Tipperary . . . . Cashel 

Connery, Matthew, P.P., "Coleraine, Co. Derry . . Derry 

Connery, Patrick, C.C., Upperchurch, Ballycahill, 

Thurles . . . . . . . . . . Cashel 

Connolly, Boniface, c.p., St. Mungo's Retreat, Parson 

Street, Glasgow 

Connolly, Eugene, C.C., Moate . . . . . Ardagh 

Connolly, J., B.A., C.C., Randa^stown . .. Down & Connor 

Connolly, J., P.P., Rosscahill, Co. Galway . . . Galway 

Connolly, J., C.C., St. Peter's, Belfast . Down & Connor 

Connolly, M., C.C., Swinford, Co. Mayo . . . Achonry 

Connolly, Michael, C.C., Derry gonnelly, Co. Fermanagh Clogher 

Connolly, Patrick, Chaplain, Bailieborough . . . . Kiimore 



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NAME AND ADDRESS. 

Connolly, Patrick, s.j., St. Ignatius', 35 Lower Leeson St. 

Connolly, Peter. C.C., Devenish, Belleek 

Connolly, Peter, C.C., Belturbot 

Connolly, R., D.D., o.s.a., St. Monica's Priory, Hoxton 

Square, London, N. 

Connolly, Samuel, P.P., Woodend, Strabane 
Connolly, Stephen, Adm., St. John's, Limerick 
Connolly, Thomas, C.C., Kildimo, Pallaskenry 
Connolly, T., C.C., Lisdoona, Carrickmacross 
Connolly, T., o.s.a., St. Patrick's, Rome 



DIOCESE. 
Dublin 
Clogher 
Kilmore 



Deny 
Limerick 
Limerick 
Clogher 

Down & Connor 



Connon, James, C.C., Newtownarcls, Co. Down 
Connor, Joseph, o.c., St. Mary's and St. Michael's, 

Newport, Mon. 

Conran, John, c.m. St. Peter's, Phibsborough, Dublin Dublin 
Conran, T. W., s.m., Superior, Underwood Street, 

London, N E. 

Conroy, Bernard, C.C., Dalkey, Co. Dublin ... . . Dublin 

Conroy, Marcus David, P.P., Lisdoonvarna, Co. Clare Kilfenora 
Conroy, Matthew, C.C., Clane, Co. Kildare . . Kildaro & Leighlin 

Conroy, Michael J., P.P., Kilmeena . . . Tuam 

Conry, Michael, P.P., Athleague, Rosoommon . Elphin 

Considine, Ant. J. (Adm.), V.G., St. Nicholas, N.&.E. . Galway 
Considine, James, C.C., B.A., Oughterard . Galway 

Considine, J., C.C., Kilmurry-Ibrickane .. . Killaloe 

Considine, John, B.A., Gort, Co. Galway . . . Kilmacduagh 

Considine, M., P.P., Caher, Feakle . . . Killaloe 

Convery, Adrian, c.p., St. Paul's Retreat, Mount Argus 

Dublin . . . . . . . . . Dublin 

Convery, Joseph, C.C., Maghera . . . . . Deny 

Convery, Patrick, P.P., V.F., St. Paul's, Belfast . Down& Connor 
Conway, Germain, c.p., St. Mungo's Retreat, Parson 

Streot, Glasgow. 

Conway, Henry, C.C., Abbeyside, Dungarvpn 
Conway, John, C.C., Bruff, Co. Limerick 
Conway, John, C.C., Dunboyne x . . 
Conway, John, P.P., Castlemahon, Newcastle 
Conway, Jos., Donermane, Strabane 
Con way, J. V., C.C., Eglish, Birr 
Conway, P., C.C., Clonmany, Derry 
Conway, Walter, P.P., Glenamaddy, Castlerea 
Coogan, James, c.ss.r., St. Patrick's, Esker, Athenry 
Cooke, Patrick, P.P., Nobber, Co. Meath 
Cooke, Nicholas, St. Patrick's College, Thurles 
Cooaey, Gerald, C.C., Ki'cloon, Duriboyne 
Cooney, Michael, C.C., Milltown, Belturbet 
Cooney, N., C.C., Navan 

Cooney, W., B.A., (Prof.), St. Finian's College, Mullingar 
Corbett, Aloysius, o.d.c. (Sub Prior), St. Teresa's, 

Clarendon Street, Dublin 
Corbett, C. W. (Canon), P.P., V F., Mallow 
Corbett, Edmund, P.P., Moycullen, Galway 



Waterford & Lismore 

Limerick 
. . Meath 

Limerick 
. . Derry 
. . Meath 
. . Deny 
. . Tuam 

Clonfert 

Meath 

Cashel 

Meath 

Kilmore 

Meath 

Meath 

Dublin 
Cloyne 
Galway 



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NAME AND ADDRESS. 



DIOCESB. 



Corbett, Martin, s.j., Clongowes Wood College Kildare & Leighlin 

Corboy, James, s j. (Rector) Mungret College, 



B.A., 



B.D. (Prof.), St. Jarlath's 
St. Mary's CoUege, Middles- 



Limerick 
Corcoran, Daniel, 

College, Tuam 
Corcoran, James, s.m., 

borough. 
Corcoran, J., s.m a., President Sacred Heart College, 

Ballinafad, Castlebar 

Corcoran, John, P.P., Castletown, Kilpatrick, Navan. . 
Corcoran, John, s.j., Loyola House, Greenwich Road. 

Sydney 

Corcoran, Michael (Canon), P.P., Gowna, Co. Cavan . . 
Corcoran, Michael, C.C., Nenagh 
Corcoran, M., P.P., Kilchreest, Loughrea 
Corcoran, Peter. C.C., Dunleer 
Corcoran, Timothy, s.j., St. Ignatius, 35 Lower Leeson 

Street, Dublin 

Corish, Ed., s.j., Manresa House, Hawthorn, Mel- 
bourne. 

Corish, P. A., o./.m., Franciscan Convent, Drogheda 
Corr, Gerald, s.j., St. Ignatiu's, Richmond, Melbourne 
Corr, John, c.m., St. Joseph's, Blackrock 
Corr, Patrick (Canon), P.P., Ballymacnab, Tassagh, 

Armagh 

Cosgrave, John, C.C., Drumlish, Co. Longford 
Cosgrave, John, C.C., Ballinamuck 
Cosgrove, Dillon A., o.c.c., 56 Aungier Street, Dublin . . 
Costello, John, C.C., B.A., Lr. Exchange St., Dublin. . 
Costello, M., C.C., Prior, Caherciveen 
Costello, W. B., o.p., St. Saviour's Priory, Dominick 

Street, Dublin 
Costigan, James (Canon), P.P., Cloughjordan, Co. 

Tipperary 
Costigan, John (Canon), P.P., Kilmacow, Waterford. . 



Limerick 



Tuam 



Tuam 
Meath 



Ardagh 
Killaloe 
Kilmacduagh 
Armagh 

Dublin 



Armagh 

Dublin 

Armagh 

Ardagh 

Arda^h 

Dublin 

Dublin 

Kerry 

Dublin 

Killaloe 
Ossory 



Costigan, William, C.C., Camross, Mountrath, Queen's Co. Ossory 

Cott, W., St. Patrick's, Kinuery, Westport . . . . Tuam 

Cotter, Edmund, C.C., Timoleasrue . . . . Ross 

Cotter, Garrett (Canon), President, St. Patrick's College. 

Thurles, Co. Tipperary . . . . . . Cashel 

Cotter, James, c.s.sp., Rockwell College, Ca-hel . . Cashel 

Cotter, James A., B.A., St. Coleman's College, 

Fermoy . . . . . . . . . . Cloyne 

Cotter. John, C.C., Blanchardstown, Co. Dublin . . Dublin 

Cotter, Michael, C.C., Crookstown, Kilmurray . . Cork 

Cotter, M., s.m., Ivy Street, Atlanta, Ga., U.S.A. 

Cotter, William S., s.m.a., Liberia, West Afiica 

Counihan, Timothy, C.C, Castlemaine .. .. Kerry 

Courtney Daniel, P.P., Inch, Kilmaley . . . . Killaloe 

Courtney, Michael, P.P., Broadford, Co. Clare . . Killaloe 



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NAME AND ADDRESS. DIOCESE 

Courtney, T., Diocesan Inspector, St. Brendan's, 

KiLif>rny . . . . . . . . . . Kerry 

Courtney, Patrick, C.C., Drumgusat, Kells . . Clogher 

Coveney, P., Adm., Tracton, Co. Cork . . . . Cork 

Cowhey, James, C.C., Newmarket, Co. Cork . . Cork 

Cowley, Stephen, L., B.A,, St. Muredach's College, 

Ballina .. .. .. .. .. Killala 

Cowman, Christopher, o.s.a. (Sub-Prior), St. Augustine's, 

Dungarvan, Waterford . . . , Waterford & Lismore 

Cox, Herbert, o.c. (War Chaplain). 

Cox, Michael, C.C., Ardagh, Co. Longford .. Ardagh 

Cox, W., C.C., Four Roads, Roscommon . . . . Elphin 

Coyle, Andrew, o.m.i., St. Mary's, Holyhead. 

Coyle, Daniel, E., P.P., Killymard, Donegal . . Raphoe 

Coyle, Eugene, C.C., Clontibret, Monaghan . . . . Clogher 

Coyle, George, .P.P., Geevagh, Carrick-on-Shannon . . Elphin 
Coyle, James, C.C., B.A., B.D., B.LL., Drumkeen, 

Stranorlar . . . . . . . . Raphoe 

Coyle, James, P.P., Leighlin, Co. Carlo w . . Kildare & Leighlin 

Coyle, James, P.P., Ballintemple, Ballinagh, Co. Cavan Kilmore 



Coyle, John B., c.ss.r., St. Joseph's, Dnndalk 

Coyie, John B., C.C., Greencastle, Co. Tyrone 

Coyne, Christopher, C.C., Leighlin, Co. Carlow 

Coyne, Denis, C.C., Ballymore, Westmeath . . 

Coyne, J. A.. C.C , Clareinorria 

Coyne, Michael, C.C., D.Ph. Castlecomer 

Craddock, James, P.P., Oughterard 

Crane, John, o.s.a., New Ross 

Cranfield, Malachy, o.d.c., St. Mary's, Morehampton 

Road 

Creagh, Bartholomew, C.C., B.A., Eadestown, Naas . . 
Creagh, John, c.ss.r., Perth, West Australia. 
Crean, Edward, Kilmore Quay, Wexford 
Creed, Cornelius, B.A., B.C.L., Chaplain to the Forces 
Creedon, M., C.C., B.A., Garristown, Co. Dublin 
Cregan, James (Canon), P.P., V.F., Abbeyfeale, Co. 

Limerick 

Crehan, Bernard, C.C., Grange, Sligo 
Crehan, E. A., c.s.sp., D.D., President St. Mary's 

College, Port of Spain, Trinidad. 
Creighton, Michael, P.P., Ballyforan, Ballinasloe 
Cremonini, Joseph, o.c. (President), Ratcliffe College, Leicester. 
Crickard, Robert, P.P., V.F., Knockbreda, Belfast . . Down & Connor 
Crilly, Patrick, C.C., Ballygawley, Co. Tyrone . . Armagh 

Crimmins, Patrick, P.P., Enniskerry, Co. Wicklow . . Dublin 
Crofts, T. F., o.p., S.T.L., B.A. (Prior), San Clemente, 

Rome. 

Crolly, George, P.P., V.F., St. Matthew's, Belfast Down & Connor 

Croriin, J., C.C., Ballydehob, Skibbereen . . . . Cork 

Cronin, John M., o.c., St. Peter's, Cardiff 
Cronin, Michael, D.D., M.A. (Prof.), University College, Dublin 



Armagh 
. . Derry 
Kildare & Leighlin 
. . Meath 
. . Tuam 
Ossory 
Galway 
Ferns 



Dublin 
Dublin 

Ferns 

Cork 

Dublin 

Limerick 
Elphin 



Elphin 



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NAME AND ADDRESS. DIOCESE 

Cronin, Patrick D., C.C., Glanworth . . . . Cloyne 

Cronin, Ulick, c.ss.r., St. Patrick's, Athenry ... Clonferb 

Crossin, E., B.A., St. Malachy's College, Belfast . .Down & Connor 
Crosbie, James, C.C., Clongeen, Foulksmills, Co. -Wex- 

f ord . . . . . . . . Ferns 

Crotty, Denis, o.s.a. (Provincial), Drogheda . . . . Armagh 

Crotty, James T., o.p., S.T.L., San Ciemsnte, Rom.3 

Crotty, John, C.C., Dunhill, Tramore . . Waterford & Lismore 

Crotty, Martin, C.C., Glenmore, Waterford . . . . Ossory 

Crotty, Michael C., Cathedral Presbytery, Waterford 

Waterford & Lismore 
Crotty, Patrick, o.s.a. (Prior), Galway . . . . Galway 

Crotty, Patrick, c.ss.r., Clonard Monastery, Belfast Down & Connor 
Crowe, P. A., o.s.a., Fethard, Co. Tipperary . . Cashel 

Crowe, Andrew, P.P., Ballymore, Killenick, Wexford . . Ferns 

Crowe, D., C.C., Ballynacally . . . . . . Killaloe 

Crowe, John (Canon), B.D., Bishop's Secretary, Sligo 'Elphin 

Crowe, M., C.C., Doora, Ennis . . . . . . Killaloe 

Crowe, Patrick, P.P., Couraganeen, Roscrea . . Killaloe 

Crowe, Thomas, Ballycarew, Gorey, Co. Wexford . , Ferns 

Crowley, David, B.D., C.C., Skibbereen .. .. Ross 

Crowley, Edward, C C., Sneem, Kenmare . . Kerry 

Crowley, J., C.C., Innishannon, Co. Cork . . . . Cork 

Crowley, John. B.A.. S.T.L., Caheragh, Drimoleague, 

Co. Cork . . . . . . . . . . Cork 

Crowley, Timothy, P.P., Rock and Meelin, Newmarket Cloyne 

Crudden, John, C.C., Arnejr, Emuskillen . . . . Clogher 

Crumley, John, C.C., on sick leave . / . . Raphoa 

Cuffe, Charles, s.j., St. Ignatius' College, Galway . . Galway 

Culhane, George, P.P., Cratloe, Co. Limerick . . Limerick 

Culhane, Stephen, P.P., Stonehall, Pallaskenry . . Limerick 

Cullen, C. V., C.C., Drumlega, Newtownstewart . . Derry 

CulJen, Edmund, c.m., President St. Patrick's College, 

Armagh . . . . . . . . . . Armagh 

Cullen, James, s.j., St. Francis Xavier's, Upper 

Gardiner Street, Dublin . . . . . . Dublin 

Cullen, James (Chaplain), St. Vincent's Orphanage, 

Glasnevin . . . . . . . . Dublin 

Cullen, A., s.m., St. Patrick's College, Wellington, N.Z. 
Cullen, J., s.m., St. Patrick's College, Wellington, N Z. 

Cullen, Matthew. Prof., St. Kieran's College, Kilkenny Ossory 
Cullen, Matthew, P.P., V.F., Bagnalstown Kildare & Leighlin 
Cullen, Paul, c.m. (Vice-Provincial), St. Vincent's, Ash- 
field, N.S.W. 

Cullen, Sylvester, C.C., Marsh all stown, Ennis corthy . . Ferns 

Culligan, C., C.C., Dunbeg, Co Clare . . . . Killaloe 

Cullinan, Patrick, C.C., Carrickmacro?s . . . . Clogher 

Cullinan, Patrick, C.C., Castleblayney . . . . Clogher 

Cullinan, Patrick, C.C., Maguiresbridge . . . . Clogher 

Cullinan, William, C.C., Diocesan Inspector of Schools, 

Moiiaghan . . . . . . . . . . Clogher 



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NAME AND ADDRESS. 



DIOCESE. 

Cork 
Waterford & Lismore 



Cullinane, Jerh., B.A., Chaplain to the Forces 

Cullinane, Jn., Ring, Dungarvary 

Cullinane, Timothy, C.C., SS. Peter and Paul's, Cork. . Cork 

Cummins, Daniel, C.C., Kinsale, Co. Cork . . . . Cork 

Cummins, Joseph, o.c., St. Mary's & St. Michael's, 

Newporr, Mon. 

Cummins, Patrick, C.C., Enniscorthy . . . . Ferns 

Cummins, T. (Canon), D.D., V.F., P.P., Roscommon. . Elphin 

Cunnane, J. W. f C.C., Moycullen .. .. .. Galway 

Cunningham, B., C.C., Clar, Donegal . . . . Raphoe 

Cunningham, C., C.C., Headford. . . . . Tuam 

Cunningham, C., C.C., Ballynabrar-key ... . . Meath 

Cunningham, Christopher, P.P., Glenties, Donegal . . Raphoe 

Cunningham, J., B.A., Industrial School, Killybegs . . Raphoe 

Cunningham, John, P.P., Templederry, Templemore Killaloe 

Cunningham, T., c.s.sp., Blackrock College, Dublin . . Dublin 

Cunningham, John, B.A., C.C., Cloghan . . . . Raphoe 

Cunningham, T., (Prof.), Knockbeg College, Carlow Kildare & 

Curley, Hugh, B.A., Adm , Clare Island, Westport . . Tuam 

Curley, John, P.P., BaUinafad, Boyle . . . . Elphin 

Curley, John, c.ss.r., St. Joseph's, Dundalk . . . . Armagh 

Curran, James (Canon), P.P. V.F., Cummer, Ballyglunin Tuam 



Curran, John, C.C., Dring, Granard 

Curran, Joseph, c.ss.r., St. Joseph's, Dundalk 

Curran, Michael J., 211 North Circular Road 

Curran, Michael, c.ss.r., Esker, Athenry 

Curran, Patrick, o.p., St. Mary's Priory, Tallaght 

Curran, P., C.C., Ballinlough 

Curran, Richard, c.p., " The Graan," Enniskillen 

Currid, B., B.D. P.P., Drumcliff, Sligo 

Curtayne, T., C.C.. B-illvbunion 

Curtin, B., C.C., Kilworth, Co. Cork 

Curt in, Laurence, P P., Kilmeedy, Co. Limerick 

Curtin, Michael, C.C., Castlemartyr 

Curtin, Timothy, P.P., Croom 

Cusack, Philip, P.P., Powerstowri, Clorimel . . 

Cusack. P., C.C., Letterfrack, Co. Galway . . 

Cush, Peter, C.C., Coalisland, Co. Tyrone . . 

Cussen, Joseph, c.m., St. Vincent's, Castleknock 



Ardagh 

Armagh 
. . Dublin 
. . Clonfert 
. . Dublin 
. . Tuam 

Clogher 
. . Elphin 
. . Kerry 

Cloyne 

Limerick 

Cloyne 

Limerick 

Waterford & Lismore 
. . Tuam 

Armagh 

Dublin 



Cyr, Alcinus, s.m., Van Buren College, Maine, U.S.A. 
Cyril, Rev. Fr., o.s.f.c., D.Ph., Vice-President, St. 
Bonaventure's Hospice (O'Neill-Crowley Cross) . . 



Cork 



Daigneau, Philip, s.m., Jefferson College, (La), U.S.A. 
Dalton, A. J., o.p., S.T.L., St. Mary's, Pope's Quay, 

Cork .. .. .. .. .. Cork 

Dalton, Ed., C.C., Carrick-on-Shannon . . . . Ardagh 

Dalton, Patrick, s.j., St. Ignatius, Richmond, Melbourne 
D'Alton, Edward (Canon), LL.D., P.P., V.F., Ballinrobe Tuam 
D'Alton, John, M.A., D D (Prof.), Maynooth College Dublin 



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NAME AND ADDRESS DIOCESE. 

Dalton, M. A., o.p., S.T.L., M.A., St. Dominic's 

Priory, San Francisco, Cal., U.S.A. 

Daly, Charles, C.C., Ballyhooly, Co. Cork . . . . Cloyne 

Daly, Bernard, B.A., Sf. Macarten's Seminary, 

Monaghan . . . . . . . . Clogher 

Daly, Edward, P.P., Ballyheigue . , . . . . Kerry 

Daly, Eugene (Adm.), Rineen, Skibbereen . . . . Ross 

Daly, Eugene, C.C., Tullamora . . . . . . Meath 

Daly, Francis H., s.j., Church of Holy Name, Manchester. 
Daly, J., s.j., Clongowes Wood College . Kildare & Lsighlin 

Daly, James, P.P., Sixmilebridge, Co. Clare . . Killaloe 

Daly, James (Canon), D.D., P.P., Lavagh, Ballymote Achonry 

Daly, James, P.P., Oristown, Kells . . . . Meath 

Daly, John, Sunday's Well, Cork (retired) . . . . Cork 

Daly, John, o.c.c., Carmelite College, Terenure . . Dublin 

Daly, John, B.A., o.m.i., St. Conleith's, Philipstown 

King's Co. . . . . . . . . Kildare & Leighlin 

Daly, Michael J., S.T.L , B.A., Diocesan Examiner 

of Schools. St. Jarlath's, Tuam . . . . Tuam 

Daly, Michael, o.c.c., Carmelite Convent, 56 Aungier 

Street . . . . . . . . . . Dublin 

Daly, Michael, C.C., Listowel . . . . . . Kerry 

Daly, Michael, B.A., Saggart . . . . . . Dublin 

Daly, M. J., C.C., St. Mary's, Athlone . . . . Ardagh 

Daly, Patrick, P.P., Castlepollard . . . . . .' Meath 

Daly, P., Chaplain, Workhouse, Cork . . . . Cork 

Danaher, Jos., o.m.i., D.D., Belmont House, Stillorgan Dublin 

Danaher, Stephen, P.P., Loughill . . . . ' . . Limerick 

Dangelzer, J., s.m., S. Heart College, Atlanta (Ga.), U.S.A. 

D'Arey, James, C.C., Ferns . . . . . . Ferns 

D'Arcy, Patrick (Canon), P.P., Kilrush, Ferns . . Ferns 

Darcy, John, P.P., Terryglass, Borrisokane . . . . Killaloe 

Darcy, Michael, C.C.. Kilrush, Ferns . . . . Ferns 

Darcy, Patrick, Chaplain, Belmont Park, Waterford . . Ossory 
Dargan, Patrick, D.D., M.A., Holy Cross College, 

Clonliffe . . . . . . . . . . Dublin 

Dargan, J., C.C., Dromore . . . . . . Dromore 

Darlington, Joseph, s.j., Rathfarnham Castle . . Dublin 

Darragh, Daniel, C.C., Saul, Downpatrick . . Down & Connor 

Darragh, Patrick, P.P., Dunloy . . . . D.own & Connor 

Davis, James, P.P., Templeboy, Co. Sligo . . . . Killala 

Davies, Herbert, o.c., St. Peter's, Cardiff. 

Davies, Thomas, o.c., Ratcliffe College, Leicester. 

Davis, J., C.C., Enniscrone, Co. Sligo . . . . Killala 

Davis, Peter, P.P., Moygawnagh, Crossmolina . , Killala 

Davis, Peter, (Adm.), Rahoon, Galway . . . . Galway 

Davis, William J., P.P., Stamullen, Balbriggan . . Meath 

Davey, Vincent, C.C., B.A , Crossgar, Co. AJntrim . . Down & Connor 
Dawson, J., s.m., St. Mary's College, Linthorpe. 

Dawson, Peter, C.C., Glountane, Mallow . . . . Cloyne 

Dawson, Thomas, o.m.i., Inchicore . . . . Dublin 



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NAME AND ADDRESS. 



DIOCESE, 

Dublin 
Cork 



Deasy, Daniel, P.P., Maynooth 

Deasy, Denis, St. Finbarr's College, Cork 

De Courcy, John, c.ss.r., Mount St, Alphon^u,, 

Waratah, N.S.W. 

Dee, Thomas, C.C., Naveny, Ballybofey, Co. Donegal Derry 

. Deeney, James, C.C., Ballyshannon, Co. Donegal . . Raphoe 

Deeney, John, C.C., Kindrum, Letterkenny . . Raphoe 

Deeny, Jas., Churchill . . . . . . Raphce 

Delahaye, Joseph, s.m., St. Michael's Convent P.O , 

La, U.S.A. 
Delahunty, Patrick, C.C., Callan . . . . . . Ossory 

Delany, Austin, C.C., Ballinakill . . . . Kildare & Leighlin 

Delany, Charles,, s.j,, Manresa House. Hawthorne, Melbourne. 

Delaney, Daniel, B.A., C.C., Bjillyboughal, Co. Dublin Dublin 
Delaney, John, P.P., V.F., Rathvilly, Co. Carlow Kildare & Leighlin 
Delaney, Joseph, P.P., Stradbally, Queen's County Kildare & Leighlia 

Delany, W., s.j., St. Ignatius', 35 Lr. Leeson St., Dublin Dublin 
Dempsey, Albert, o.p., S.T.L., B.C.L., West Convent, 

Galway . . . . . . ...... Galway 

Dempsey, F. A., o.s.a., St. Augustino's, Cork . . Cork 

Dempsey, James, C.C., M.A., 59 Eccle^ Street, Dublin Dublin 

Dempsey, Murtaga. B. A. .. .. .. Dublin 

Dempsey, Patrick, C.C., Minnow Brook, Terenure . . Dublin 

Dempsey, Patrick, C.C., Coonian, Fivemiletown . . Clogher 

Dempsey, Thomas, B.D., M.A., President, St. Joseph's 

College, Ballinasloe . . ". . . . . . Clonfert 

Deniston, Thomas, P.P., Cloone, Co. Leitrim . . Ardagh 

Dennehy, Denis, C.C., Midleton, Co. Cork . . . . Cloyne 

Dennehy, Gerald, C.C., Eyeries, Co. Cork . . . . Kerry 

Desmond, Patrick A., P.P., Upton, Co. Cork . . Cork 

Desmond, Wm., P.P., Durrus, Bantry, Co. Cork . . Cork 

Devane, Richard, Dean, St. Patrick's* College, Thurles C^she! 

Devane, Rd., s.j., St. Stanislaus' College, Tullamore . . Meath 

Devanny, Patrick, P.P., Kinnetty, Birr . . . . Killaloe 

Devine, Arthur, c.p., St. Paul's Retreat, Mount Argus Dublin 

Devine, Francis, C.C., Keady, Co. Armagh . . . . Armagh 

Devine, Joseph, C.C., Castlederg . . . . . . Derry 

Devine, Matthew, P.P., Coolaney, Co. Sligo . . Achonry 

Devine, Michael, C.C., B.A., Donabate . . . . Dublin 

Devine, M. F., C.C., Ballinaheglish, Roscommon . . Elphin 

Devine, W. (Military Chaplain) . . . . . . Derry 

Devine, M., St. Mary's, Sligo . . . . . . Elphin 

Devine, Patrick, Religious Diocesan Inspector, St. 

Columb's College, Derry . . . . . . Derry 

Devine, Patrick, c.ss.r., Clonard, Belfast . .Down & Connor 

Devitt, Matthew, s.j., Milltown Park, Milltown, Dublin Dublin 
Devlin. Denis B., o.c.c., Prior, Carmelite Convent, 56 

Aungier Street . . . . . . . . Dublin 

Devlin, Hugh, O.TC., Carmelite Convent, 338 E. 29fch 

Street, New York 

Devlin. John, C.C., Aughnacloy . . . . Armagh 

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NAME AND ADDRESS. 



DIOCESE. 



Devlin, John, C.C , Beragh . . . . . . Armagh 

Devlin, Patrick, C.C., Waterside, Derry . . . . Derry 

Devoy, Thomas, a.m., Wellington South, New Zealand. 
Diamond, Edward, C.C., St. Malachy's, Alfred Street, 

Belfast . . . . . . . . . . Down & Connor 

Diernac, Leo, s.m., St. Mary's College, Mexico City. 
Dignan, Francis, a.m., Sacred Heart, Wtllington, N.Z. 

Dignam, John, D.D., C C., Adm., Abbey, Loughrea . . Clonfert 

Dignam, P. C., C.C., Dromore, Co. Tyrone . . . . Clogher 

Dillon, Alexander (Canon), P.P., Tallanstown, Ardee . . Armagh 

Dillon, Edward, s.j., Belvedere College, Dublin . . . Dublin 

Dillon, James (Adm), Borris-in-Ossory, Queen's County Ossory 

Dillon, Jeremiah, C.C., Castletown Bere . . . . Kerry 

Dillon, John, P.P., Lixnaw . . . . . . Kerry 

Dillon, John S., C.C., Ardfert . . . . . . Kerry 

Dillon, Michael, P.P., Curraha, Asbbourne . . . . Meath 

Dillon, Nicholas, o.f.m., The Friary, Limerick . . Limerick 

Dillon, R., o.c.c., Carmelite Convent, Whitefriar Street, 

Dublin . . . . . . . . . . Dublin 

Dinan, M., C.C., Kilkee, Co. Clare . . . . . . KiUaloe 

-Dineen, David, D.D., C.C., Charleville . . . . Cloyne 

Diskin, Michael, P.P., Miltown, Tuam . . . . Tuam 

Diskin, W., C.C., Claremorris . . . . . . Tuam 

Dobson, George, c.p., St. Ann's Retreat, Sutton, St. 

Helens, Lanes. 
Dodd, Andrew, B.D., C.C., Adm., Binghamstown, 

Belmultett, .. \ .. ... .-, Killala 

Doheny, John, P.P., Oran, Roscommon . . . . Elphin 

Doheny, Timothy, C.C., Cooraclare, Co. Clare . . Killaloe 

Doherty, Anthony, c.p., St. Joseph's Retreat, Highgate 

Hill, London, N 

Doherty, Edward, P.P., Ballysakeery, Ballina . . Killala 

Doherty, Felix, P.P., V.F., Mohill, Co. Lei trim . . Ardagh 

Doherty, James, C.C., Ballymun, Santry, Co. Dublin Dublin 

Doherty, John (Canon), P.P., Ardara, Co. Donegal . . Raphoe 

Doherty, John, C.C., Annaghmore, Portadown . . Armagh 

Doherty, L., s.m., St. Mary's College, Linthorpe, 

Middlesbrough 

Doherty, William J., D.D., C.C., St. Paul's, Arran Quay Dublin 

Dolan, James. C.C., Collon, Co. Louth . . . . Armagh 

Dolan, John (Prof.), St. Munchin's College, Limerick Limerick 

Dolan, John, C C., Bawnboy, Co. Cavan . . . Kilmore 

Dolan, Matthew, China Mission . . . . . Kilmore 

Dolan, Michael, C.C., Drumkilty, Bally jamesduff . Kilmore 

Dolan, N., C.C., Glen, Riverstown, Sligo . . . Elphin 

Dolan, Patrick, P.P., Aghavas, Carrigallen . . . Ardagh 

Dollard, John, C.C., Castletown, Mountrath _ . Ossory 

Dolphin, Thomas (Canon), P.P., Bangor Erris " . Killala 

Dominic, Father, o.s.f.c., B.D. Father Mathew Quay . Cork 
Dominic, Fr., o.f.m. (Gustos and Novice Master), The 

Friary, Killarney . . . . . . . . Kerry 



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371 



NAME AND ADDRESS. 

Donaghey, John P., D.Ph. (Prof.), Maynooth College. . 

Donegan, Benedict, c.p., St. Saviour's Retreat, Broad- 
way, Worcestershire. 

Donegan, Joseph, C.C., Killucan 

Donegan, J. H., o.p., S.T.B. (Prior), St. Mary's 
Priory, Tallaght, Co. Dublin 

Donegan, Maurice, c.p., Marrickville, Sydney, N.S.W. 

Donlon. James, C C., Ferbane, King's Co. 

Donnellan, Bernard (Canon), P.P., Stapleton Place, 
Dundalk 

Donnellan, B. J., P.P., Ballintubber, Castlerea 

Donnellan, J., C.C., St. Mary's, Sligo 

Donnellan, P., C.C., Recess, Co. Galway 

Donnellan, James (Canon), D.D. (Bursar), Sf. Patrick's 
College, Maynooth 

Donnellan, John, P.P., Shinrone 

Donnellan, Luke, C.C., Crossmaglen, Co. Armagh 

Donnellan, Michael, P.P., Roundstone, Co. Galway . . 

Donnellan, Peter, C.C., Ballymoe, Castlerea 

Donnellan, Thomas, B.D., P.P., Dysart, Mullingar . . 

Donnelly, Alec., o.c., The Mount, Wadhurst, Sussex 

Donnelly, Francis J., B.D., C.C., Clones 

Donnelly, Francis, P.P., Carrickmore 

Donnelly, James, C.C., Dunleer 

Donnelly, John, C.C., Roslea, Clones 

Donnelly, John, C.C., Tuilyallen, Dungannon 

Donnelly, A., o.s.a., Dungarvan 

Donnelly, Joseph, P.P., Ardglass, Co. Down 



DIOCESE. 

Dublin 



Meath 
Dublin 

Ardagh 

Armagh 
Elphin 
Elphin 
Tuam 

Dublin 

Killaloe 

Armagh 

Tuam 

Elphin 

Meath 



Clogher 
Armagh 
Armagh 
Clogher 
Armagh 

Waterford & Lismore 
Down & Connor 



Donnelly. N., B.A., St. Nicholas, S. & W., Galway . . Galway 
Donnelly, Oswald, c.p., St. Anne's Retreat, Sutton, 

St. Helen's, Lanes. 
Donnelly, P., P.P., Portroe . . . . . . Killaloe 

Donnelly, P., C.C., Derrynoose, Keady . . . . Armagh 

Donnelly, Patrick, C.C., Carlo w . . . . Kildare & Leighlin 

Donnelly, Peter, P.P., Coagh, Moneymore . . . . Armagh 

Donohoe* Ed., Chaplain, Curragh Camp . . Kildare & Leighlin 

Donohoe, James, C.C., Kiltegan, Co. Wicklow Kildare & Leighlin 

Donohoe, Michael, D.Ph. (Prof.), Carlow College Kildare & Leighlin 
Donohoe, Patrick, P.P., Kenagh, Longford . . . . Ardagh 

Donohue, Francis, C.C., B.A., Moone, Co. Kildare Dublin 

Donovan, John, P.P., Straffan, Co. Kildare Kildare & Leighlin 

Donovan, Michael (Canon), P.P., Corofin . . . . Killaloe 

Donovan, Thomas, c.m , St. Vincent's Castle, Castleknock Dublin 
Doody, Edward, C.C., Ballyhale, Knocktopher . . Ossory 

Doody, John, P.P., Ferrybank, Waterford . . . . Ossory 

Dooley, Michael, s.j., St. Ignatius', Norwood, Adelaide. 

Dooley, T., C.C., Toomevara, Nenagh . . . . Killaloe 

Dooly, James, C.C., Leixlip, Co. Kildare . . . . Dublin 

Doorley, Ed. (Canon), P.P., Cliffoney, Sligo . . Elphin 

Doran, E. R., o.c.c., B.A., Carmelite Convent, Port 
Melbourne, Australia 



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NAME ASD ADDBESS. 



I>IOCESE 

Dromore 
Ferns 



Eoran, Henry, C.C., Lnrgan 

Doran, James (I rof.), St. Peter's College, Wexford . . 

Doran, William A., o.s.a. (Prior), Augustinian Convent, 
Grantstown, Co, Wexford 

Dougherty, Charles, s.m., Jefferson College, Convent 
P.O., La., U.S.A. 

Dowdall, James, P.P., Legan, Edgeworthstown 

Dowley, John H., C.C., Ballinamult, S.O.. Co. Water- 
ford . . . . . . . . Waterford & Lismore 

Dowley, Michael, C.C., Stradbally 

Dowley,- Martin (Adm.), St. John's, Waterford 



Ferns 



Ardagh 



Waterford & Lismoro 



Port of Spain, 



Waterford & Lismore 
Trinidad, 



Dowling, Augustine, o.p. 

British West Indies. 
Dowling, E., (Chaplain to the Forces) . . . . Ossory 

Dowling, John A., o>c.c., Ardavon, Rathgar . . Dublin 

Dowling, James, c.s.sp. Freetown, Sierra Leone, B. W. Africa. 
Dowling, James P., o.p. (Provincial), St. Saviour's Priory, 

Dominick Street, Dublin . . . . . . Dublin 

Dowling, J., s.m , St. Patrick's, Napier, N.Z. 

Dowling, Thomas. P.P., Myshall, Co. Carlow Kildare & Leighlin 

Downey, James, c.m., Spiritual Father, Maynooth College, Dublin 

Downey, Michael, c.s.sp., President, Blackrock College, Dublin 

Downey, T., o.s.a., Herberton, Queensland. 

Downes, Michael, C.C., Tyrrellspass, Westmeath 

Downing, Daniel (Canon), P.P., St. Joseph's, 39 Eccles 

Street . . . . 

Downing, Edmund, s.j., College of St. Ignatius, Galway 
Doyle, A., o s.a., St. Augustine's, Hammersmith 
Doyle, Charles, s.j. (Rector), Belvedere College, 

Great Denmark Street, Dublin 

Doyle, Edward, Gusserane, New Ross, Co. Wexford . . 
Doyle, Eugene, B.A. 
Doyle, Fidelis, c.p., St. Joseph's Retreat, Highgate 

Hill, London, N. 

Doyle, Henry, C.C., Ardagh, Edgeworthstown 
Doyle, Innocent, B.A., o.p., St. Laurence's, Adelaide, 

South Australia. 
Doyle, James (Archdeacon), Canon, D.D., P.P., V.G., 

Kilkenny 

Doyle, James (Canon) P.P., V.F., Thomastown 
Doyle, James, C.C., St. Mary's, Haddington Road 
Doyle, James, c.m., St. Joseph's, Blackrock, Co. 

Dublin 

Doyle, James, Q,C., Bohernabreena, Rathfarnham 
Doyle, John (Canon), P.P., V.F., Ballinahinch, Co. 

Down 

Doyle, John (Canon), P.P., V.F., Ferns, Co. Wexford 
Doyle, John, c.ss.r., Chaplain to the Forces 

Doyle, John, C.C., Suncroft, Co. Kildare . . Kildare & Leighliu 

Doyle, John, B.A., C.C., Celbridge, Co. Kildare . . Dublin 



Meath 

Dublin 
Galway 



Dublin 

Ferns 

Dublin 



Ardagh 



Ossory 
Ossory 
Dublin 

Dublin 
Dublin 

Dromore 
Ferns 



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373 



NAME AND ADDRESS. 



Doyle, Joseph, P.P., Laurencetown, Gilford 

Doyle, Kevin, C.C., Kilmyshal, Ferns 

Doyle, Michael, P.P., Collooney 

Doyle, Michael, D.D., St. Kieran's College, Kilkenny 

Doyle, Michael, C.C., Borris, Ce. Carlow 

Doyle, Patrick, P.P., Coolock, Co. Dublin 



DIOCESE, 
Dromore 
Ferns 
Achonry 
Ossory 

Kildare & Leighlin 
Dublin 



Doyle, Peter, C.C., St. Mullin's, Glynn, Co. Carlow 

Kildare and Leighliii 

Doyle, Peter (Canon), P.P., Mooncoin, Waterford . . Ossory 

Doyle, Philip, P.P., Rathangan, Bridgetown . . Ferns 

Doyle, Patrick, C.C., Gorey . . . . . . Ferns 

Doyle, Patrick, B.D., B.C.L., C.C., Maryboro' Kildare & Leighlin 

Doyle, P. J. (Rector), Lay College Carlow . . Kildare & Leighlin 

Doyle, P. A., o.s.a., Orlagh, Co. Dublin . . . . Dublin 

Doyle, Richard (Chaplain), 1 Spawell Road, Wexford Ferns 
Doyle, Thomas J., B.D., B.A., St. Columb's College, 

Derry . . . . . . . . Derry 

Doyle, Thomas, C.C., Portarlington . . . . Kildare & Leighlin 

Doyle, William, o.m.i., B.A., B D., Chaplain, St. 

Kevin's, Glencree . . . . . . . . Dublin 

Drea, Thomas, House of Missions, Enniscorthy . . Ferns 

Drennan, Jerm. (Adm.), Seirkieran, Birr' . . . . Ossory 

Drennan, Patrick (Chaplain), Callan, Kilkenny . . Ossory 

Dreyer, J., s.ra., St. Anne's Church, Laurence, Mass., U.S.A. 

Druhan, John, C C., Lady's Island, Wexford . . Ferns 

Duane, Daniel (Chaplain), Youghal . . . . Cloyne 

Duan, John J. (Canon), P.P., V.F., Murroe, Co. 

Limerick . . . . . . . . Cashel 

Dubray, C., a.m., Superior, Brookland University 

College, Washington, America. 

Dubois, L., s.m., S. Heart College, Atlanta, Ga., U.S.A. 

Dudley, Henry, P.P., 26 Ballymun Road, Glasnevin . . Dublin 

Duffy, Aloysius, o.s.a., Augustinian Convent, Galway . . Galway 

Duffy, Francis, Draperstown, Co. Derry . . . . Derry 

Duffy, Francis, c.ss.r., Mount St. Alphonsus, Waratah, 

N.S.W. 

Duffy, James (Adm."), Annyalla, Castleblayney . . Clogher 

Duffy, James, C.C., St. James's, Greenore . . . . Armagh 

Duffy, John, C.C., Mohill, Co. Leitrim . . . . Ardagh 

Duffy, Patrick (Prof.). St. Columb's College, Derry . . Derry 

Duffy, Patrick E., S.T.L., P.P., Kilskeer, Kells ' . . Meath 

Duffy, Thomas (Canon) P.P., Lisnaskea, Fermanagh . . Clogher 

Duggan, B., D.Ph., St. Eunan's College, Lefcterkenny Raphoe 

Duggan, Denis, P.P., Kilteely, Pallasgreen . . Cashel 

Duggan, Denis J., C.C., Cashel, Co. Tipperary . .* Cashel 

Duggan, Denis M., C.C., Newport, Co. Tipperary . . Cashel 
Duggan, James, c.s.sp., St. Mary's College, Port of 

Spain, Trinidad. 

Duggan, John, C.C., Clonakilty . . . . . . Ross 

Duggan, John, P.P., Boherlahan, Cash el . . . . Cashel 

Duggan, Neal, P.P., Drumquin, Co. Tyrone . . Derry 



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NAME AND ADDRESS. DIOCESE. 

Duggan, Nicholas (Canon), P.P., Moycarkey, Thurles Cashel 
Duggan, R. B., o.p., S.T.B., St. Saviour's, Waterford Waterford 
Duggan, Richard, P.P., Dundrum, Co. Dublin . . Dublin 

Duggan, Thomas, B.A., S.T.L., Chaplain to Forces . . Cork 
Duggan, William, P.P., Castledermot, Co Kildare . . Dublin 
Duhig, Albert, o.p. (Sub-Prior), St. Saviour's, Limerick Limerick 
Duignan, J. P., C.C.. Strokestown . . . . Elphin 

Dujgnan, P. M., D. Ph., President, Summerhill 

College, Sligo . . . . . . . . Elphin 

Dunlea. John, B.A., M.Sc., C.C., 3 Pakenham Villas, 

Monkstown . . . . . . . . Dublin 

x Dunlea, Patrick, C.C., Glasnevin . . . . . . Dublin 

Dunlevy, James, P.P., Termon, Letterkenny . . Raphoe 

Dumanoire, T., o.p., San Clemente, Rome 

Dunn, George, B.A., lona Road, Dublin . . . . Dublin 

Dunn, J., s.m., Jefferson College, Louisiana 
Dunne, Cuthbert, c.p., 50 Avenue, Hoche Paris 
Dunne, John, o.c.c. Carmelite Convent, 56 Aungier 

Street, Dublin . . . . . . . . Dublin 

Dunne, Denis, P.P., Moyvore . . . . . . Meath 

Dunne, Edward, P.P., Celbridge, Co. Kildare . . Dublin 

Dunne, Edward, C.C., BallinaL-e. Edgeworthstown . . Ardagh 
Dunne, Henry^P.P., Balyna, Moyvalley, Co. Kildare Kildare & Leighlin 
Dunne, J., C.C., St. Michael's, Enfield . . . . Meath 

Dunne, Mgr., James J., P.P., V.G., Parochial House, 

Donnybrook . . . . . . . . Dublin 

Dunn*. James, C.C., Whitehall, Co. Kilkenny , Kildare & Leighlin 
Dunne, John (Canon), P.P., Tinahely, Co. Wicklow . . Ferns 
Dunne, John, P.P., jBorris, Co. Carlow . . Kildare & Leighlin 

Dunne, John, P.P., Clonbullogue, Kildare . . Kildare & Leighlin 

Dunne, Joseph, P.P., Loughgall, Armagh . . . . Armagh 

Dunne, Joseph, B.A., Knockbeg Ci liege, Carlow Kildare & Leighlin 
Dunne, Thomas, P.P., Cappawhite, Co. Tipperary . . Cashel 
Dunne, P., D.Ph. (Chaplain), Archbishop's House, 

Dublin . . . . . . . . . . Dublin 

Dunne,P.,5.w., St. Anne's, Underwood Street, London, 

N.E. 

Dunne, Patrick, o.m.i., St. Conleth's, Philipstown Kildare & Leighlin 
Dunne, Peter, P.P., Parochial House, Howth . . Dublin 

Dunne, Thomas, P.P., Killeenadeema, Loughrea . . Clonfert 
Dunny, James, B.A., C.C., Newbridge Kildare & Leighlin 

Dunny, Paul, P.P., Rosenallis, Queen's County Kildare & Leighlin 
Dunphy, James?, P.P. (Canon), Cuffe's Grange, Kil- 
kenny . . . . . . . . Ossory 

Dunphy, Nicholas, C.C., St. John's, Waterford Waterford & Lismore 
Dunphy, Philip, P.P. (Canon), Cappoquin . . Waterford & Lismore 
Dunphy, Richard (Canon), P.P., Tooraneena, Ballina- 

mult, Clonmel . . . . . . Waterford & Lismore 

Dunworth, Robert, C.C., Templetuohy, Templemore Cashel 
Dupic, Henry, &m., St. Mary's College, Mexico City. 
Durand, Julien, s.m., St. Mary's College, Mexico City. 



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NAME AND ADDRESS. 



DIOCESE. 



Durcan, Anthony (Chaplain), Swinford . . . . Achonry 

Durcan, Hugh, C.C., B.A., Bangor Erris, Co. Mayo . . Killala 

Durcan, Patk., B.A., C.C., Puilathomas, Ballina . . Killala 

Durcan, P., B.A., C.C., Kilfenora . . . . . . Kilfenora 

35lircan, Michael, C.C., Collooney . . . . . . Achonry 

Durnan, Thomas, C.C., Drumreilly Upper, Carrigallen, 

Co. Leitrim . . . . . . . . Kilmore 

Dwan, James, C.C., Rathgormac . . Waterford & Lismore 

Dwane, William ( Adm. ), St. Michael's, Limerick . . Limerick 

Dwyer, Joseph, C.C., B.A., University Church, 87 

Stephen's Green . . . . . . . . Dublin 

Dwyer, Michael, Archbishop's House, Dublin . . Dublin 

Dwyer, P. E. o.c.c., Carmelite Priory, Melbourne. 
Dwyer, Peter, s.j., St. James', Richmond, Melbourne. 
Dyson, Pius, o.p. (Vicar), Corpo Santo, Lisbon, Portugal. 



Eardley, Charles, C.C., Broomfield, Castleblayney . . Clogher 
Eardley, John, P.P., Kilcoo, Co. Down . . Down & Connor 

Earley, Peter (Adm.), Presbytery, City Quay . . Dublin 

Eaton, Alexander (Canon), Pres., St. Jarlath's College, 

Tuam . . . . . . . . . . Tuam 

Eaton, Bernard, C.C,, Balla . . . . . . Tuam 

Eaton, Malachy, B.D. (Dean), Maynooth College . . Dublin 
Eaton, Robert, (Canon), P.P., Monkstown, Co. Dublin Dublin 
Eccleton, James, s.m., Reef ton, N.Z. 
Edmund, Fr., o./.m., Vicar, Ennis . . . . . . Killaloe 

Edward, Father, o.s.f.c., B.A., Lincoln, U.S.A. 
Edwin, Father, o.s/.c., D.Ph. (Prof. U.C.C.) President 

St. Bonaventure's Hostel (O'Neill-Crowl^y Cross) 
Egan, Denis L., C.C., St. Patrick's, Waterford 
Egan, D., c.s.sp., Rockwell College, Cashel . . 
Ega,n, E., C.C., Keelogues, Castlebar 
Egan, G., St Joseph's College, Ballinasloe . . 
Egan, James, C.C., Drumsna 
Egan, J. D., o.p., Port of Spain, Trinidad, B.W I. 
Egan, John, s.j., St. Francis Xavier's College, Kew, 

Melbourne 

Egan, Laurence, C.C., Dungarvan . . . . Waterford & Lismore 

Egan, Matthew, s.j., St. Francis Xavier's College, Kew, 

Melbourne. 
Egan, Michael, s.j., St. Ignatius', 35 Lower Leeson 

Street, Dublin . . . . . . . . Dublin 

Egan, Patrick, P.P., Duniry, Loughrea . . Clonfert 

Egan, P., C.C., Ballyglunin . . . . . . Tuam 

Egan, Robert, P.P., Mullahoran,- Granard . . . . Ardagh 

Ellard, Michael, C.C., Churchtown, Co. Cork . . Cloyne 

Elliott, John, s.j., College of Sacred Heart, Limerick . . Limerick 
Elliott, William, C.C., Omagh . . . . . . Derry 

Ellis, Michael, C.C., Skerries, Co. Dublin . . . . Dublin 



Cork 

Waterford & Lismore 
Cashel 
Tuarn 
Clonfert 
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NAME AND ADDRESS. 



DIOCESE. 

Meath 



Ellis, T., C.C., Churchtown, Navan 

Elson, George, o.c., Rector, St. Mary's, Loughborough 

Emery, Aloysius, o.c., President, Ratcliff College, 

Leicester. 

Emery, Cuthbert, o.c., Ratcliff College, Leicester. 
Englert, E., a.m., Villa Maria, Hunter's Hill, Sydney. 
English, Edmund, C.C., Ardfinnan, Co. Tipperary Waterford & Lismore 
English, John, B.Sc., B.A., c.s.sp., St. Mary's College, 

Port of Spain, Trinidad 
Enright, Andrew (Vicar), c.p., Presentation Retreat, 

Mary's Mount, Goulburn, N.S. Wales. 

Enright, J. F., C.C., Milltown-Malbay . . . . Killaloe 

Eugene, Father, o.s./.c., Franciscan-Capuchin College, 

Rochestown, 'Co. Cork . . ^ . . . . Cork 

Evans, H. M. G., c.s.sp., Superior and Master of 

No vices, -Kimmage Manor, Dublin . . . . Dublin 



Everardj James, P.P., Ardmore, Youghal 



Waterford & Lismore 



Fagan, J., C.C., Nobber . . . . . . . . Meath 

Fagan, Patrick, P.P., Kilsaran, Castlebellingham . . Armagh 

Fagan, William, C.C., Moynalvy . . . . . . Meath 

Fages, M. S. Joseph, Pauline P.O., La., U.S.A. 
Fahey, Denis F., D.D., c.s.sp., St. Mary's College, 

Rath mines . . . . . . . . Dublin 

Fahey, Thomas, P.P., Ballybricken, Kilmallock . . Cashel 

Fahy, Bernard, Kilmurry, Castlerea . . , . . Elphin 

Fahy, D. M., o.p., St. Mary's, Tallaght . . . . Dublin 

Fahy, Joseph, P.P., Cappatagle, Ballinasloe . . Clonfert 

Fahy, John (Canon), P.P., Monkstown, Co. Cork . . Cork 

Fahy, John, s.j., Mungret College, Limerick . . Limerick 

Fahy, L., s.m., Van Buren College, Maine, U.S.A. 

Fahy, M. (Adm.), Kinvara . . . . . . Kilmacduagh 

Fahy, Thos., B.D., M.A. (Prof.), Maynooth College . . Dublin 

Fallen, M. J., Dunboyne House, Maynooth . . Galway 

Fallon, W., C.C., Highwood, Ballyfarnon, Carrick-on-Suir Elphin 

Fallon, William, Newtown. Cashel, Longford . . Ardagh 

Fallon, John, P.P., Clontuskert, Ballinasloe . . Clonfert 

Fallon, John (Canon), P.P., V.F., Castlebar . . Tuam 

Fallon, John, s.j., Rathfarnham Castle, Rathfarnham Dublin 

Fallon, Thos., B.A., Howth .. .. .. Dublin 

Fallon, Thos., C.C., Cloghan . . . . . . Ardagh 

Falvey, D. B., o.p., St. Laurence's, Adelaide, South Australia. 

Fanning, M., C.C., Nenagh . . . . . . Killaloe 

Fanning, Wm., C.C., Graigue, Carlow . . Kildare & Leighlin 
Fanning, Wm., C.C., B.D., Rhode, King's County Kildare & Leighlin 
Farley, Charles, s.j.', St. Francis Xavier's, Upper Gar- 
diner Street, Dublin . . . . . . Dublin 

Farragher, Murtagh, P.P., Aran Island, Galway . . Tuam 

Farrell, Alphonsus, c.p., St. Mary's Retreat, Carmar- 
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NAME AND ADDRESS. DIOCESE. 

Farrell, Edwin, c.p., St. Saviour's Retreat, Broadway, 

Worcestershire. 

Farrell, Augustine, C.C., B.A., Presbytery, Donnybrook Dublin 
Farrell, Andrew B., C.C., Kill, Straffan Kildare & Leighlm 

Farrell, Bernard, C.C., Mullingar . . . . . . Meath 

Farrell, Christopher, P.P., Skryne, Tara, Co. Meath Meath 

Farrell, E. R., B.A., 130 Leinster Road, Rathmines . . Dublin 

Farrell, Herbert, c.s.sp., Kimmage Manor, Dublin . . Dublin 
Farrell, James, P.P., Arless, Ballickrnoylor . . Kildare & Lsighlin 

Farrell, John, P.P., Fenagh, Co. L^itrim . . . . Ardagh 

Farrell, Patrick, P.P., Ballivor, Co. Meath . . . . Meath 

Farrell, Peter, P.P., Dunshaughlin ; ; . . Meath 

Farrell, Thomas J., C.C., Meath Street, Dublin . . Dublin 

Farrell, Thomas (Pres.), St. Finian's College, Mullingar Meath 

Farrell, William, C.C., B.A., Westland Row, Dublin . . Dublin 

Farrelly, Peter, C.C., Kilmainham Wood . . . . Kilmore 

Farrelly, Bernard^ C.C., Corry, Carrick-on-Shannon Kilmore 
Farrelly, James (Adm.), New Prospect, Virginia . . Kilmora 
Farrelly, Kieran, c.p., St. Paul's Retreat, Mount Argus Dublin 
Farrelly, M., C.C., Ballinabracky, Kinnegad . . Meath 
Farrington, Andrew E. (ex-Prov.), D.D., o.c.c., Carme- 
lite Church, Whitefriar Street. Dublin . . . . Dublin 

Farrington, Francis, C.C., 70 Aughrim Street, Dublin Dublin 
Farrington, Michael, o.c.c., Carmel Priory, Tarrytown, 

New York 

Faulkner, Geo., C.C., St. Columba'a Presbytery, Derry Derry 
Fay, Patrick, a.m., Greenmeadowi, New Zealand. 
Fay, Thos., s.j., St. Ignatius' College, Riverview, Sydney. 

Feeney, Michael, B.A., Ballina . . . . . . Killala 

Fegan, Henry, s.j., Milltown Park, Milltown, Dublin . . Dublin 

Fegan, J. A., o.c.c., Carmelite Convent (Private) . . Ardagh 

Fegan, Peter, C.C., Derrymacash, Lurgan . . . . Dromore 

Fegan, Robert (Canon), P.P., St. Paul's, Arran Quay Dublin 

Feehily, Michael, P.P., Frenchpark, Castlerea . . Elphin 

Fehily, Jer., C.C., SS. Peter and Paul's, Cork . . . . Cork 

Feighery, Louis, c.ss.r., St. Patrick's, Esker, Athenry Clonfert 
Fenech, V. E., o.c.c., Carmelite Convent, Port Adelaide 
Fenlon, Andrew, C.C., Timahoe, Queen's County Kildare & Leighlin 
Fennell, Michael, o.c. (Rector), Church of the Order 

of Charity, Cardiff. 

Fennelly, B., B.A., c.s.sp., Kimmage Manor, Dublin. . Dublin 

Fennelly, John, P.P., Lusk, Co. Dublin . . . . Dublin 

Fennelly, John, B.A., Holy Cross College, Clonliffe . . Dublin 

Fennelly, Stephen, P.P., Blanchardstown. . . . . Dublin 

Fenton, William, P.P., Killeedy, Ashford, Charleville Limerick 
Ferdinand, Fr., o.f.m., Clonmel . . . . Waterford& Lismorc 

Ferdinand, Fr., o.s.f.c., Lincoln, U S.A. 

Ferris, William, S.T.L., C.C., Tralee . . . . Kerry 

Fevez, John, o.c., War Chaplain. 

Fiacre, Father, o.s.f.c., Franciscan -Capuchin Friary, 

Father Mathew Quay . . . . . . Cork 



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[1920 



NAME AND ADDRESS. DIOCESE. 

Fidelis, Father, o.s.f.c., Franciscan -Capuchin Friary, 

Father Mathew Quay, Cork . . . . . . Cork 

Fidelis, Fr. ; o./.ra. (Definitor). The Abbey, Galway . . Galway 

Field, WiUiam, C.C., 68 Aughrim Street . . . . Dublin 

Fihiley, John, C.C., Skibbereen . . . . . . Ross 

Finbar, Father, o.s.f.c., B.A., Franciscan-Capuchin 

Friary, Father Mathew Quay, Cork . . . . Cork 

Finbar, Fr., o./.m., Limerick . . . . . . Limerick 

Finegan, Peter, P.P., Togher, Dunleer . . . . Armagh 

Finegan, Hugh, St. Macarten's Seminary, Monaghan Clogher 
Finegan, Charles, B.A., Chaplain, The Monastery, 

Clondalkin . . . . . . . . Dublin 

Finlay, Peter, s.j., Milltown Park, Milltown . . Dublin 

Finlay, Thomas A., s.j., (Rector), St. Ignatius', 35 Lower 

Lesson Street . . . . . . . . Dublin 

Finan, J., C.C., Kilteevan, Roscommon . . . . Elphin 

Finn, Daniel, s.j., Milltown Park . . . . Dublin 

Finn, Michael, P.P., Drom, Thurles, Co. Tipperary . . Cashel 

Finnegan, John, C.C., Bishop's Secretary, Mullingar . . Meath 

Finnegan, Patrick C.C., Armagh . . . . Armagh 

Finnerty, Lawrence, B.A., B.D., Binghamstown . . Killala 

Finnerty, V., o.d.c., The Abbey, Loughrea . . . . Clonfert 

Finucane, D., C.C., Dingle . . . . . . Kerry 

Finucane, James, s.j., Mungret College, Limerick . . Limerick 

Fitzgerald, C. J., C.C., Rathmore . . . . . . Kerry 

Fitzgerald, Colman, c.p., St. Paul's Retreat, Mount 

Argus . . . . . . . . . . Dublin 

Fitzgerald, David, C.C., Abbeyfeale . . . . Limerick 

Fitzgerald, E., C.C., Shanagolden . . . . . . Limerick 

Fitzgerald, Edmund, C.C., Fermoy . . . . Cloyne 

Fitzgerald, Edward, St. Finbarr's "Seminary, Cork . . Cork 

Fitzgerald, Edw., C.C., Kinsale . . . . . . Cork 

Fitzgerald, James, Cashel, Co, Tipperary . , . . Cashel 

Fitzgerald, John, P.P.. Manister, Croom . . . . Limerick 

Fitzgerald, John, P.P., Kilbeacanty, Gort Kiimacduagh 
Fitzgerald, John, c.ss.r. (Superior), Marianella, Orwell 

Road, Rathgar . . . . . . . . Dublin 

Fitzgerald, Maurice, P.P.. Firie?, Co. Kerry .' . Kerry 

Fitzgerald, P. J., Adm., Killarney . . . . . . Kerry 

Fitzgerald, Patrick, P.P., Ballyduff, S.O. . . Waterford & Lismore 
Fitzgerald, Paul Francis, c.p., St. Joseph's Retreat, 

Highgate Hill, London N. 

Fitzgerald, Richard J., S.T.L., Salamanca, Spain. 
Fitzgerald, R., o.s.a., Ph.D. (Prior), St. Mary's, Echuca, 

Austral : a. 

Fitzgerald, Robert, P.P., Effin, Kilmallock . . Limerick 

Fitzgerald, T. A., o./.m., Merchant's Quay, Dublin . . Dublin 
Fitzgerald, Thos., C.C., Grangem ockler, Carrick-on-Suir, . 

Waterford & Lismore 

Fitzgerald, William, P.P., Mungret, Limerick . . Limerick 

Fitzgerald, Wm., C.C., Cashel, Co. Tipperary . . Cashel 



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NAME AND ADDRESS. DIOCESE 

Fitzgibbon, Daniel, s.j., Milltown Park, Dublin . . Dublin 
Fitzgibbon, David, c.s.sp., St. Joseph's, Philadelphia, U.S.A. 
Fitzgibbon, Jas., C.C., 13 Dalymount, Phibsboro* . . Dublin 
Fitzgibbon, Maurice, C.C., Doneraile . . . . Doneraile 

Fitzhenry. Robert, P.P., Lady's Island, Broadway, 

Wexford . . . . . . . . . . Ferns 

Fitzherbert, Bonaventure, c.p., Our Lady's Retreat, 

Herne Bay, Kent 

Fitzmaurice, E., P.P., Tuogh, Beaufort, KiHarney . . Kerry 
FitzPatrick, Bart. (Mgr.), P.P., V.G., Sb. Kevin's, 

Heytesbury Street, Dubln . . . . . . Dublin 

Fitzpatrick, Cyril, o.p., Port of Spain, Trinidad. 
Fitzpatrick, Daniel, B.A., B.D., St. Patrick's College, 

Cavan . . . . . . . . . . Kilmore 

Fitzpatrick, Danis, C.C., Adare . . . . . . Limerick 

FitzPatrick, Francis, C.C., Presbytery, High Street . . Dublin 
Fitzpatrick, Hyacinth, c.p., St. Joseph's Retreat, 

Highgate Hill, London, N. 
Fitzpatrick, James, Ardfield, Clonakilty . . . . Ross 

Fitzpatrick, James, B.A., C.C., Presbytery, Dalkey Dublin 

Fitzpatrick, James, C.C., Newry . . . . . . Dromore 

Fitzpatrick, John (Retired) . . . . . . Kilmore 

Fitzpatrick, Maurice, C.C., Ardagh, Newcastle West . . Limerick 
Fitzpatrick, John, M.A., D.D., Holy Cross College, 

Clonliffe . . . . . . . . . . Dublin 

Fitzpatrick, John, o.m.i., St Joseph's, Colwyn Bay 
Fitzpatrick, Michael, C.C., Urlingford . . . . Ossory 

Fitzpatrick. Patrick, P.P., Ederney, Co. Fermanagh . . Clogher 
Fitzpatrick, W., M. A., D.D., Terenure .. .. Dublin 

Fitzsimons, James, C.C Tullow, Co. Carlow Kildare & Leighlin 

Fitzsimons, Patrick, P.P., V.F., Bailieboro', Cavan . . Kilmore 
Fitzsimons, Patrick, P.P., Kilcloon, Dunboyne . . Meath 

Fives, Michael, C.C., Water ford Waterford & Lismore 

Flannagan, E., C.C.. Tubber, Moate . . . . Meath 

Flanagan, John, B.A., C.C., Marlborough St., Dublin. . Dublin 
Flanagan, Lawrence D., o.c.c., Carmel Priory, East 

29th Street, New York. 

Flanagan, Patrick (Canon), P.P., Aughrim, Drumsna 
Flanagan, Patrick, P.P., Summerhill, Enfield 
Flanagan, Patrick, C.C., 83 Aughrim Street 
Flanagan, Thomas, B.A., C.C., Avoca, Co. Wicklow 
Flanagan, Richard J., C.C. , B.A., Donard, Co. Wicklow 
Flanagan, Thomas, P.P., Cootehall, Boyle 



Tlauagan, William. C.C., Bagnalstovvn, Co. Carlow 
Flannan, Fr., o.f.m., Rector, Multyfarnham 
Flannery, Daniel (Canon), P.P., V.G., Killaloe 
Flannery, David, C.C., Lorrha 
Flannery, Francis, C.C., Midleton 
Flatley, John, P.P., Aughagower, Co. Mayo 
Flavin. Francis, o.p., San Clemente, Rome. 
Flavin, James (Canon) P.P., Arklow, Co. Wicklow 



Elphin 
Meath 
Dublin 
Dublin 
Dublin 
Elphin 
Kildare & Li.- 
. . Meath 
. . Killaloe 
. . Killaloe 
Cloyne 
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NAME AND ADDRESS. 

Flavin, Patrick, P.P , Greystones, C- Wicklow ** . . 
Fleming, James (Archdeacon), P.P., St. Finbarr's, West 
Cork 



[1920 



DIOCESE. 

Dublin 
Cork 



Fleming, Richard, C.C., D.Ph., L.D., 47 Westland Row Dublin 
Fleming, Thomas, c.aa.r., St. Joseph's, Dundalk . . Armagh 
Fleury, Aug., s.j., St. Aloysius', Sevenhill, S. Australia. 
Flinn, Joseph, s.j., Rathfarnham Castle . . . . Dublin 

Flood, Christopher, C.C., The Presbytery, James's St. Dublin 
Flood, J. H., o.p., S.T.L. (Prior), Dundalk . . . . Armagh 

Flood, John, C.C., B.A., Seville Place, Dublin . . Dublin 

Floyd, Michael, C.C., Killeter, Castlederg . . 

Flynn, Denis, P.P., V.G., Kells 

Flynn, Edward, P.P., Toomevara 

Flynn, Edward, C.C., Ratoath, Co. Heath 

Flynn, Francis, C.C., Aughnashelan, Ballinamore 

Flynn, James, P.P., S.T.L., Rahan, Tullamore 

Flynn, Joseph, s.j., College of St. Ignatius, Galwav 

Flynn, M., Broadford, Co. Clare 

Flynn, Patrick, C.C., Longford 

Flynn, P. J., C.C., Curraghboy, Athlone 

Flynn, Patrick, C.C., Clonmellon 

Flynn. P., St. Finian's College, Mullingar . '. 

Flynn, William, C.C., Kilmovee, Ballaghadereen 

Flynn, Wm., C.C., Clashmore 

Fogarty, Albert, o.p.. The College, Newbridge 

Fogarty, J. (Adm.), Tullow, Co. Carlow 

Fogarty, J., C.C., Puckane, Nenagh . . ' 

Fogarty, William, C.C., Killenaule 

Foley, Daniel, C.C., Cloyne, Co. Cork . . . . ^luyuo 

Foley, Francis, B.A., o.m.i., Belmont House, Stillorgan Dublin 
Foley, Henry, s.j. (Rector), St. Ignatius' College, Galwav Galway 
Foley, James, C.C., Glin, Co. Limerick . . , . Limerick 

Foley, James, C.C., Longford . . . . . . Ardagh 

Foley, J. B., o.f.m., The Friary, Sydney. 

Foley, John (Canon), P.P., Ballinameen, Boyle . . Elphin 

Foley, John, D.D. (Pres.), Carlow College . . Kildare & Leighlin 

Foley, John, C.C., Tallow . . . . Waterford & Lismore 

Foley, John S., c.s.sp., Mombasa, British E. Africa 

Foley, Louis, o.m.i., Belmont House, Stillorgan 

Foley, Michael, o.c., St. Peter's, Cardiff. 

Foley, Thos., o.m.i., St. Anne's, Rockferry, Birkenhoad 

Foley, Vincent, o.s.a. (Prior), St. Marv's, Echuca, Victoria. 

Foran, E. A., o.s.a. (Prior), Hythe, Kent 

Forde, P., C.C., Summerhill, Co. Meath . . . . Meath 

Forde, Patrick, P.P., Headford, Co. Galway . . Tuam 

Forde, Stanislaus, o.d.c., The Abbey, Loughrea . . Clonfert 

Forestier, Patrick, s.m., St. Bruno, Van Buren (Maine), U.S. A. 
Forhan, Eugene, B.D., B.A. (Prof.), College, Ballag- 
hadereen .. .. .. .. Achonrv 

Forker, Michael, Ph.D. (Prof.), Maynooth College . . Dublin" 
Forristal, Aidan, P.P., Newtownbarry . . . . Ferns 



Derry 

Meath 

Killaloe 

Meath 

Kilmore 

Meath 

Galwav 

KillalJe 
. . Ardagh 
. . Elphin 
. . Meath 
. . Meath 

Achonry 

Waterford & Lismore 
Kildare & Leighlin 
Kildare & Leighlin 
. . Killaloe 
. . Cashel 

Clovne 



Dublin 



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381 



NAME AND ADDRESS. 

Fotristal, James, s.j . Milltown Park, Dublin 



DIOCESE. 

Dublin 



Forster, John, s.j., Ractor, St. Aloysius' College, Sydney. 
Fortune, William (Canon), P.P., Taghmon . . . . ' Ferns 

Fortune, W., C.C., Kilanerin, Gorey . . . . Ferns 

Fouhy, John, C.C., Aghada, Co. Cork . . . . Cloyne 

Fouhy, Michael, C.C., Coachford, Co. Cork . . . . Cloyne 

Fouhy, Peter, C.C., Queenstown . . . . . . Cloyne 

Fox, Edmund, Chaplain, Youghal . . Cloyne 

Fox, Francis, C.C., Urtiey, Strabana . . . . Derry 

Fox, John, s.m., B.A., Lower Leeson Street, Dublin Dublin 

Fox, W.,s.w., St. Mary's College, Linthorpe, Middles- 
brough 
Foy. Owen, C.C., Arvagh, Co. Cavan . . . . Kilmore 

Foynes, J., B.A., St. Patrick's College, Carlow Kildare & Leighlin 

Fraher, J., s.m., Hastings, N.Z. 

Francis, Father, o.f.m., The Friary, Liberty Sti, Cork Cork 

Francis, Fr., o.s.f.c., Franciscan -Capuchin Monastery, 

Rochestown, Co. Cork . . . . . . Cork 

Francis, John (Adm.), Kilshanny, Ennistymon .. Kilfenora 

Francis Xavier, Fr., Vice-Rector, o.f.m., Multyfarnham Meath 
Frawley, Denis, C.C., Kilworth . . . . . . Cloyne 

Frazer, J., Greymouth, N.Z. 

French, Cornelius, C.C., Kilrane, Wexfdrd . . . . Ferns 

Frewen, Michael, B.A., Coolock . . . . . . Dublin 

Freyne, Patrick, C.C., Johnstown, Co. Kilkenny . . Ossory 
Freyne, Thomas, C.C., Whitegate, Johnstown . . Ossory 

Fricker, Mark A. (Ven. Archdeacon of Dublin), P.P., 

25 Rathmines Road . . . . . . Dublin 

Fridolin, Fr., o.f.m., (Guardian), Athlone . . . . Ardagh 

Frost, Edmund, s.j., St Stanislaus' College, Tullamore Meath 
Frostj S., o.s.a., Callan . . . . . . Ossory 

Frost, Solomon, P.P., Banogue, Croom . . . . Limerick 

Fry, Owen, C.C., Kiltyclogher, Enniskillen . . . . Kilmore 

Fullen, E., C.C., Whitehead .. .. . .Down & Connor 

Fullen, J. F,, C.C., St. Patrick's, Belfast . . . .Down & Connor 

Fullen, M. P., C.C., Downpatrick . . . . . .Down & Connor 

Fuller, Michael (Canon), P.P., V.F., Ballybunion . . Kerry 
Fullerton, R., B.D., C.C., St. Paul's, Falls Road, 

Belfast . . . . . . . . . . Down & Connor 

Funchion, L. P., o.s.a., Fethard, Co. Tipperary . . Cashel 

Furey, D., D.Ph., St. Eunan's College, Letterkenny . . Raphoe 
Furlong, James, c.m., All Hallows College, Dublin . . Dublin 
Furlong, James, C.C., Screen, Wexford . . . . Ferns 

Furlong, Joseph, B.A., Ballintemple, Woodenbridge . . Dublin 
Furlong, Thomas F. (Canon), P.P., V.F., Lismore, 

Co. Waterford . . . . . . Waterford & Lismore 

Gabriel, Fr., o.s.f.c., M.A., Rochestown, Co. Cork . . Cork 
Gafmey, Bernard, P.P., V.F., Lurgan, Virginia, County 

Cavan . . . . . . . . . . Kilmore 

Gaffney, D., C.C., Fuerty, Roscommon . . . . Elphin 



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[1920 



NAME AND ADDRESS. DIOCESE. 

Gaffney, John J.,*C.C., B.A., St. Kevin's, Harrington 

Street, Dublin . . . . . . . . Dublin 

Galerne, A., s.m., Timaru, New Zealand. 

Gallagher, A., P.P., Cloghan, Strabane . . . . Raphoe 

Gallagher, Constantius, o.p., B.A., Corpo Santo, Lisbon. 
Gallagher, Daniel P., B. A., Donny brook .. .. Dublin 

Gallagher, Edwd., c.m., St. Stanislaus College, Bathurst. 
Gallagher, Hilarion, c.p., Holy Cross Retreat, Ardoyne, 

Belfast . . . . . . . . Down & Connor 

Gallagher, Hugh, P.P., Tamney, Co. Donegal . . Raphoe 

Gallagher, Hugh, C.C., Ballynahinch, Co. Down . . Dromore 
Gallagher, James (Canon), P.P., Rathmullan, Donegal Raphoe 
Gallagher, James (Adm.), Ballaghadereen . . . . Achonry 

Gallagher, Michael, c.m., St. Peter's Church, Phibsboro' Dublin 
Gallagher, Thomas M., C.C., Ballymote . . . . Achonry 

Gallagher, Thomas P., C.C., S.T.L., B.C.L., Charles- 
town, Swinford . . . . . . . . Achonry 

Gallagher, Thomas, C.C., St. Peter's, Athlone . . Elphin 

Gallagher, Thomas, B.A., B.D., Prof., St. Mary's 

College, Galway 

Gallery, David, s.j., Rathfarnham Castle 
Gallery, D., C.C., Derrymacash, Lurgan 
Gallery, Thomas, P.P., Barnmeen, Rathfriland, Down 
Galligan, Henry, C.C., Drumgoon, Cootebill 
Galligan, Law'rence, C.C., Cootehili 
Galligan, Peter, P.P., Dromahair 

Gallogly, Michael. B.A.,F.C.S. (Prof.), Seminary; Newry 
Galvin, Henry, C.C., Lismore 
Galvin, Mortimer, Caherdaniel 
Galvin, M., C.C., Tuosist, Kenmare 



Galway 
Dublin 
Dromore 
Dromore 
Kilmcre 
Kilmore 
Kilrnore 
Dromoro 
Waterford & Lismore 
Kerry 
Kerry 



Galvin, M. J., C.C., Clonrush, Whitegate, Limerick . . Killaloe 
Galvin, M., C.C., Kilmurray-i-brickane . . . . Killaloe 

Galvin. M. (Prof.), Summerhill College, Sligo . . Elphin 

Galvin, Thomas, C.C., St. John's, Waterford Waterford & Lismore 
Gannon, Benignus, o./.ra., Clonmel . . . Waterford & Lismore 
Gannon, Michael, c.m. (Superior), St. Vincent's, Ashfield, 

Sydney, N.S.W. 
Gannon, Patrick (Prof.), St. Macartan's Seminary, 

Monaghan . . . . . . . . Clogher 

Gannon, Patrick, s.j. , Milltown Park .. .. Dublin 

Garahy, Michael, s.j., House of Studies, Rathfarnham Dublin 
Garde, Thomas, o.p., S.T.L. (Sub-Prior and Master of 

Novices), San Clemente, Rome 

Gardiner, J., C.C., Ballyfin, Mountrath . . Kildare & Leighlin 

Gartlan, Ignatius, s.j., St. Stanislaus' College, Tullamore Meath 
Gartlan, Thos., s.j., St. Mary's, Miller Street, North 

Sydney 
Garvey, John Baptist, c.p., Our Lady's Retreat, Herne 

Bay, Kent 
Garvey, P. C.C., Aughamore . . . . . . Tuam 

Gaudier. J. M., a.m., St. Mary's College, Mexico City. 



1920] 



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383 



NAME AND ADDRESS. 



DIOCESE, 

Meath 
Ferns 
Ferns 






Gaughran, Thomas, P.P., Glasson, Athlone 

Gaul, James, C.C., Barntown, Wexford 

Gaul, Richard, C.C., Ferns 

Gavin, Charles S., o.c.c., Carmelite Convent, 56 Aungier 

Street, Dublin . . . . . . . . Dublin 

Gavin, John, P.P., Tubber, Gort . . . . . . Killaloe 

Gavin, Malachy, c.p. (Rector), St. Joseph's Retreat, 

Highgate Hill, London, N. 
Gavin, Mark, c.p., Holy Cross Retreat, Ardoyne, 

Belfast . . . . . . . . Down & Connor 

Gavin, Patrick (Chaplain), Roebuck, Co. Dublin . . Dublin 
Gavin, Thomas, c.m., St. Mary's Church, Lanark. 
Gay, G., s.m., Leicester Place, Leicester Sq., London. 
Gay, J. B., s.m., 14 Kew Gardens Road, Kew, Surrey 
Gaynor, Edward, c.m., St. Vincent's Church, Sunday's 

Well, Cork . . . . . / . . . . Cork 

Gaynor, Frederick, C.C., Glen Thorn, Chapelizod . . Dublin 
Gaynor, P. (Diocesan Inspector of Schools), St. Flan- 
nan's College, Ennis . . . . . . Killaloe 

Geaiiey, Victor, s.m., House of Studies, Greenmeadows, 

New Zealand. 
Gearon, P. J., o.c.c., D.D., B.A., Poit Adelaide, 

Australia 
Gearty, Roderick (Dean), P.P., V.G., Strokestown, 

Roscommon . . . .' . . . . Elphin 

Geary, P. J., C.C., Drumquin . . . . . . Derry 

Geatens, Patrick, C.C., Togher, Dunleer . . . . Armagh 

Geelan, D., o.p., St. Mary's Priory, Pope's Quay, C:rk Cork 
Geoghegan, Joseph, c.m., All Hallows College . . Dublin 

Georgelin, Francis, s.m., Marist Seminary, Brookland, 

Washington, D.C., U.S.A. 
Georges, H., s.tn., Jefferson College, James's Street, 

Louisiana, U.S.A. 

Geraghty, Bernard, P.P., Drumsna, Co. Leitrim . . Ardagh 
Geraghty, Michael, B.A., Madison Road, S.C.R. . . Dublin 

Geraghty, Michael (Army Chaplain), 62 C.C.S., France 
Geraghty, Michael, c.ss.r., St. Joseph's, Dundalk . . Armagh 
Geraghty, J., C.C., Moylough, Oldcastle, Co. Meath . . Meath 
Geraghty, Bernard (Canon), P.P., Loughglynn . . Elphin 

Gerard, H., s.m., St. Anne's Church, Lawrence, Mass., U.SA. 
Gerhard, L. M., o.c.c. (Prior), Carmelite College, 

Terenure . . . . . . . . . . Dublin 

Gerrard, John, B.A. .. .. .. .. Dublin 

Gerrard, Francis, P.P., Mountnugent . . Meath 

Gibbons, Edward, C.C., Johnstown, Navan . . Meath 

Gibbons, John, C.C., B.A., Pontoon, Foxford . . Tuam 

Gibbons, John, C.C., Ballintubber . . . . . . Tuam 

Gibbons, Michael, C.C., St. John's, Kilkenny . . Ossory 

Gibbons, Thomas, C.C., Convent Hill, Ballybricken, 

Waterford . . . . . . . . Waterford & Lismore 

Giblin, Patrick, C.C., Lahardane, Ballina . . . . Killala 



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ALPHABETICAL LIST OF 



[1920 



NAME AND ADDRESS. 

Gibney, Ignatius, c.p., St. Ann's Retreat, Sutton, 

St. Helen's, Lanes. 
Gilbert, T., a.m., (Rector), St. Patrick's College, 

Wellington, New Zealand 

Gilchrist, Patrick, P.P., V.F., Tullyvin, Cootehill 
Gildea, Charles (Adm.), Tourlestrane, Tubbercurry . . 
Gildea ? Denis, C.C., B.D., Foxford 
Giles, Aloysius, c.p. (Army Chaplain) 
Giles, Patrick, C.C., Castlepollard 
Gill, Frederick, s.j., Upper Gardiner Street 
Gill, Henry, s.j., 35 Lower Leeson Street 
Gill, John, c.m., St. Mary's Church, Zianark. 
Gillen, J., C.C., Lisburn 

Gillespie, Wm., C.C., Killybegs, Co. Donegal 
Gillie, Thomas, P.P., Duleek, Meath 
Gilligaii, M., C.C., Kilballyowen, Carrigaholt 
Gilmartin, D., C.C., Dangan, Drumsna 
Gilmartin, Francis, P.P., Killargue, Sligo 
Gilmartin, Francis, c.ss.r., St. Joseph's, Dundalk 
Gilmartin, John, c.m., St. Vincent's, Sunday's Well, 

Cork 

Gilmartin, Laurence, C.C., Inniskeen, Dundalk 
Gilmore, J. F., C.C., Kilmessan, Co. Meath 
Gillooly, P., C.C., Ballinameen, Boyle 
Gilsenan, J., C.C., Lobinstown, Slane 
Gilsenan, James, P.P., Coole, Rathowen, Westmeath 
Gilsenan, Patrick, P.P., Eglish, Five Alley. King's Co. 
Gilsenan, Thomas, P.P., Enfield, Co. Meath 
Ginsbach, A., s.m., Gladstone. Queensland. 
Gleasure, James, P.P., Mourne Abbey, Mallow 
Gleeson, Edmund, c.ss.r. (Visitor), Mt. St. Alphonsus, 

Waratah, New S. Wales. 
Gleeson, Francis, C.C., 24 Killarney Street 
Gleeson, W., C.C., Old castle 
Gleeson, Richard, B A., o.m.i. 

Stillorgan 

Gleeson, John, P.P., Lorrha, Birr 
Gleeson, John, C.C., Cappoquin 
Gleeson, Michael, P.P., Sharavogue, Roscrea 
Gleeson, W., B.A. (Adm.,), Newmarket-on-Fergus 
Gleeson, William, 5.7. , St. Francis Xavier's, Upper 

Gardiner Street, Dublin 

Glendon, Stephen, o,p., St. Mary's Priory, Cork 
Glennon, L., M.A., St. Joseph's College, Ballinasloe . . 
Glodt, J., a.m., 25 Isabella Street, Boston, U.S.A. 
Glynn, J. J., C.C., S.T.L., Drumlion, Carrick-on- 

Shannon 

Glynn, John, P.P., Kilmurry-i-brickane 
Glynn, J., C.C., Kilbeggan, Westmeath 
Glynn, M. J., P.P., Mountbellew 
Glynn, Patrick (Canon), P.P., Kilkee, Co. Clare 



DIOCESE. 



Kilmore 
Achonry 
Achonry 

Meath 
Dublin 
Dublin 

Down & Connor 
Raphoe 
Meath 
Killaloe 
Elphin 
Kilmore 
Armagh 

Cork 

Clogher 

Meath 

Elphin 

Meath 

Meath 

Meath 

Meath 

Cloyne 



Belmont House, 



Dublin 
Meath 



. . Dublin 
. . Killaloe 
Waterford & Lismoro 
. . Killaloe 
Killaloe 



Dublin 

Cork 

Clonfert 



Elphin 

Killaloe 

Meath 

Tuam 

Killaloe 



1920] 



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385 



NAME AND ADDRESS. 



DIOCESE, 

Tuam 
Cashel 
Cashel 



Godfrey, J., C.C., Milltown, Co. Galway 
Godfrey, Patrick, P.P., Cappamore, Co. Limerick 
Godfrey, Thomas, P.P., Loughmore, Templemore 
Godin, E., a.m., Lower Grand Isle, Maine, U.S.A. 
Godley, John, P.P., Adrigole, Co. Cork 
Goergen, J., s.m., Pleasant Hill, Washington, America. 
Gogarty, D., B.A., C.C., Craughwell, 'Co. Galway 
Gogarty, Henry, c.s.sp. (Chaplain to the Forces) 
Gogarty, Patrick, C.C., Cullyhanna, Co. Armagh 
Gogarty, P., o.p , The College, Newbridge . . 
Goggan, J., s.m., Temuka, N.Z. 
Golding, Richard, s.j. t Belvedere College, Gt. Denmark 

Street . . . . . . . . . . Dublin 

Gondringer, B., a.m., St. Patrick's College, Wellington, N.Z. 



Kerry 
Kilmacduagh 



Armagh 
Kildare & Leighlin 



Gonffe, Chas., m.s.c., Sacred Heart College, Cork 

Gonzalez, J., m.s.c., Sacred Heart College, Cork 

Goodwin, Joseph, C.C., Streete, Rathowen 

Goodwin, John (Adm.), Athlone 

Golden, W., o.s.b., St. Benedict's School, Gorey 

Gormally, John, P.P., New Inn, Woodlawn 

Gorman, Bernard, o.d.c. (Provincial), St. Teresa's, 
Clarendon Street, Dublin 

Gorman, Bartholomew, c.m., St. Stanislaus' College, 
Bathurst. 

Gorman, John, P.P., Philipstown, King's Co. 

Gorman, Joseph, C.C., 59 Eccles Street, Dublin 

Gorman, Joseph, o.m.i. (Superior), 26 Great Prescott 
Street, London, E. 

Gorman, Michael, c.m., St. Peter's, Phibsboro' 

Gorman, Timothy (Ven. Archdeacon of Glendalough), 
P.P., 87 lona Road, Drumcondra 

Gormley, Daniel. C.C., Enniskillen 

Gormley, Patrick, C.C., Drumquin, Derry 

Gorry, David, C.C., Graignamanagh, Co. Kilkenny 

Gorry, Matthew, C.C., Caragh, Naas 

Gorry, Patrick, P.P., Tinryland, Carlow 

Gould, C., C.C., Kilmichael, Macroom 

Gould, John, C.C., Douglas 

Grace, M. J., C.C., Kilkee 

Grace, P., C.C., Inagh, Ennis 

Grace, Patrick, C.C., Borris-in-Ossory, Queen's Co. 

Grace, William, C.C., Ennis 

Grace, William, C.C., Clontubrid, Freshford, Co. Kil- 
kenny 

Graf, Leo., c.s.sp., Port of Spain, Trinidad. 

Graham, C., s.m., St Bede's School, Christ Church, N.Z. 



Cork 

Cork 

Ardagh 

Ardagh 

Ferns 

Clonfert 

Dublin 



Kildare & Leighlin 
Dublin 



Dublin 



Dublin 

Clogher 
.. Derry 
Kildare & Leighlin 
Kildare & Leigh lin 
Kildare & Leighlin 

Cork 
. . Cork 
. . Killaloe 
. . Killaloe 

Ossory 

Killaloe 



Ossory 






Graham, Thomas, P.P., Donaghmore, Limerick 
Graham, Thomas J., C.C., B.A., Presbytery, 

Road, Drumcondra 
Grant, Daniel (Adm.), Newry 
Grant, James, C.C., Bishop's Secretary, Kilkenny 



lona 



Limerick 

Dublin 

Dromore 

Ossory 

28 



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ALPHABETICAL LIST OF 



[1920 



NAME AND ADDRESS. 



DIOCESE. 

Ossory 
Ardagh 
Ardagh 
Tuam 



Grant, Thomas, C.C., Aghaboe, Queen's County 

Gray, Denis, P.P., Cloghan, King's County 

Gray, Patrick, B.D. (Prof.), St. Mel's College, Longford 

Grealy, John, C.C., Ballyhaunis, Co. Mayo 

Grealy, P. A., o./.ra., Sydney, Australia 

Greany, Wm. J. (Adm.), V.F. Ballina . . . . Killala 

Greaven, A., C.C., B.A., St. Paul's, Belfast . . . .Down & Connor 

Greed, John, C.C., Killaloe . . . , . . Killaloe 

Greenan, Herbert, c.p., St. Paul's Retreat, Mount 

Argus . . . . . . . . . . Dublin 

Greenan, Patrick, C.C., Gargory, Banbridge . . Dromore 

Greene, James, C.C., College House, Galway . . Galway 

Greene, James, P.P., Castlemagner, Lombardstown Cloyne 

Grennan, J. M., o.c.c., Carmelite Convent, 56 Aungier 

Street, Dublin . . . . . . . . Dublin 

Grehan, Peter, C.C., Beauparc . . . . . . Meath 

Gribbon, John, P.P. Muff, Derry . . . . . . Derry 

Griffin, Edmond, C.C., Kanturk, Co. Cork . . . . Cloyne 

Griffin, M. J., B. A., C.C., Mount Pellier Terrace, Galway Galway 
Griffin, John, P.P., Adare, Co. Limerick . . . . Limerick 

Griffin, John, c.s.ap., Holy Ghost College. Maud, Pa., 'U.S.A. 
Griffin, Kieran, o.s.a., St. Mary's, Rochester, Victoria. 
Griffin, M. P., M.A., o.c.c., Carmelite College, Tereiiure Dublin 
Griffin, Matthew, P.P., Oranmore, Co. Galway . . Galway 

Griffin, Patrick, C.C., Boherbee . . . . . . Kerry 

Griffin, Patrick, s.j., St. Patrick's College, Melbourne 
Griffin, Timothy, P.P., B ally f err iter, Dingle, Co. Kerry Kerry 
Griffith, Patrick, c.ss.r., Clonard Monastery, Belfast Down & Connor 
Griffith, T. R., B.A , St. Eunan's College, Letterkenny Raphoo 
Grimes, Christopher, P.P., Rush . . . . . . Dublin 

Grimes, James (Canon), P.P., Portadown . . . . Armagh 

Grimley, John (Canon) P.P., St. Michan's, Halston St., 

Dublin . . . . . . . . . . Dublin 

Grogan, Denis, c.ss.r., Opong, Cebu, Philippine Islands 
Grogan, John, P.P., Creggs, Roscommon . . . . Elphin 

Grogan, Michael, St. Patrick's College, Melbourne 

Grogan, M., C.C., B.A., Spiddal . . . . . . Galway 

Guibert, Joseph, s.m., Our Lady of Victories, San Francisco. 
Guilfoyle, Michael (Chaplain), De la Salle Novitiate, 

Kilmacow, Waterford . . . . . . Ossory 

Guinan, A., o.s.a., Cairns, Queensland. 

Guinan, John, s.m,. Atlanta (Ga.), U.S.A. 

Guinan, Joseph, P.P., Bornacoola, Dromod . . Ardagh 

Guinan, Joseph, C.C., Ballycallan, Co. Kilkenny . . Ossory 

Guise, John, o.c., Ft. Marie's, Rugby. 

Gunn, E., s.m., 89 Leeson Street, Dublin . . . . Dublin 

Gunning, John (Canon), P.P., Tubbercurry . . Achonry 

Gunning, Patrick, P.P., O'Caliaghan's Mills, Co. Clare Killaloe 
Gunning, Patrick, s.m., Superior, St. Mary's Novitiate, 
St. Mary's Hill, Paignton. 



1920] THE CLERGY OF IRELAND. 387 

NAME AND ADDRESS, DIOCESE, 

Gunnigan, T., B.A., B.D. (Prof.), St. Jarlath's College, 

Tuam . . . . . . . . . . Tuam 

Gwynn, Wm., .;., Transport Duty, Australia, 



Hackett, Bernard, C.C., Pettigo . . . . . . Clogher 

Hackett, Ed., C.C., Borrisoleigh, Co. Tipperary . . Cashel 
Hackett, Eugene, C.C., Castleblayney . . . . Clogher 

Hackett, Francis, C.C., Latnamard, Newbliss . . Clogher 

Hackett, James, P.P., Ballymackney, Dundalk . . Clogher 

Hackett, Michael, C.C. , Kilgobinet, Dungarvan 

Waterford and Lisncore 
Hackett, Patrick (Bursar), St. John's College, 

Waterford . . . . . . . . Waterford & Lismore 

Hackett, Wm., s.j., College of Sacred Heart, Crescent, 

Limerick . . . . . . . . . . Limerick 

Hagan, John, D.D., Rector, Irish College, Rome. 
Hagerty, John, c.m., St. Joseph's, Malvern, Melbourne. 
Hagerty, John, s.m., Marist Seminary, Pleasant Hill, 

Brookland, Washington, D.C. 

Hall, John, c.m., St. Stanislaus' College, Bathurst. 
Hall, Mark, c.m., St. Stanislaus' College, Bathurst, 
Hallinan, Patrick, C.C., St. John's, Waterford 

Waterford and Lismore 

Halpin, Christopher, C.C., St. Munchin's . . . . Limerick 

Halpin, James (Canon), P.P., V.F., Tulla, Co. Clare . . Killaloe 
Halpin, Timothy, a.j. t Rathfarnham Castle . . . . Dublin 

Hamet, Francis, s.tn., St. Anne's Church, Lawrence 

(Mass.), U.S.A. 

Hamill, James, P.P., V.G-., Whitehouse, Belfast Down & Connor 

Hamilton, M., B.A., St. Flannan's College, Ennis . . Killaloe 
Hanley, Martin, H.J . Milltown Park . . . . Dublin 

Hanley, James, c.m., St. Vincent's, Ashfield. N.S.W. 

Hanley, J. J., B.A., B.D., Diocesan College, Sligo . . Elphin 

Hanley, Thomas, C.C.," Castlerea . . . . . . Elphin 

Hanlv, David, P.P., Monagea, Newcastle West . . Limerick 

Hanly, Edmund, P.P., V.F., Hospital, Co. -Limerick . . Cashel 
Hanley, William, P.P., Rolestown, Co. Dublin . . Dublin 

Hannan, Michael, C.C., St. Michael's, Limerick . . Limerick 

Hamiey, James, c.m., St. Vincent's, Ashfield, Sydney. 
Hannigan, Michael, c.ss.r., Mount St. Gerard, Wellington 

New Zealand 

Hannon, John (Canon), P.P., Miltown-Malbay . . Killaloe 

Hannon, John, s.j., Mill town Park . . . , Dublin 

Hannon, Michael, C.C., Clifden . . . . . . Tuam 

Hannon, Owen, Adm., Tuam . . . . . . Tuam 

Hannon, Patrick, Derrylin, Belturbet . . . . Kilmore 

Hanton, John, C.C., Boolavogue, Ferns . . . . Ferns 

Hanton, Wm., C.C. Bannow, Wexford . . .. Ferns 

Hanton, William, P.P., Piercestown, Wexford . . Ferns 



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[1920 



NAME AND ADDRESS. DIOCESE. 

Hanway, Boniface, o.d.c. St. Teresa's, Clarendon Street Dublin 
Harbinson, Nicholas, c.p. t St. Mary's Retreat, Har- 

borne, Birmingham. 
Hardy, Thomas, c.m., St. Peter's, Phibsborough, 

Dublin . . . . . . . . . . Dublin 

Hargadon, Michael, C.C., Newbridge, Ballinamore- 

bridge, Ballinasloe . . . . . . Elphin 

Harkin, James, C.C., Castlefin . . . . . . Deny 

Harkin, M., C,C., Arcanmore Island, Co. Donegal . . Eaphoe 

Harmon, John, C.C., Dungannon . . . . . . Armagh 

Harmon, P., s.m.a., St. Joseph's Colleg*e, Wilton, 

Cork . . . . . . . . . . Cork 

Harnett, Richard, c.s.sp., Superior, Irish Mission Band, Philadelphia. 

Harney, John, P.P., Kiltulla, Athenry . . . . Clonfert 

Harney, James, C.C., Ballybricken, Kilmallock . . Cashel 
Harpur, William (President), St. Peter's College, Wex- 

ford . . . . . . . . . . Ferns 

Harpur, William, C.C., New Ross . . . . . . Ferns 

Harrington, Florence, C.C., Duagh, Kilmorna. Co. Kerry Kerry 
Harrington, John, o.c., St. Patrick's, Upton . . Cork 
Harrington, Timothy, P.P., Castlegregory, Co. Kerry Kerry 
Harrington, P., s.m.a., St. Joseph's Seminary, Black- 
rock Road, Cork . . . . . . . . Cork 

Harris, James, P.P., Ballinakill, Queen's County Kildare & Leighlin 
Harris, Timothy (China Mission), St. Columban's 

College, Shrule . . . . . . . . Galway 

Hart, Patrick, o.c., SS. Mary's and Michael's, Newport, Mon. 

Harte, J., C.C., Oristown, Kells . . . . . . Meath 

Harte, Peter F., C.C., Kiltimagh . . . . . . Achonry 

Harte, Michael (Canon), P.P., V.F., Kilkeevan,Castlerea Elphin 

Harte, W., C.C., Aclare, Co. Sligo . . . . Achonry 

Hartigan, Patk., c.ss.r. (Provincial), Mt. St. Alphonsus Limerick 

Hartigan, Patrick, P.P., Tournafulla, Newcastle, W. Limerick 
Hartnett, Cornelius, s.j., St. James', Richmond, Melbourne. 

Hartnett, John, C.C., Macroom . . . . . . Cloyne 

Harty, John, c.ss.r., Mount St. Alphonsus, Limerick . . Limerick 

Harty, Thomas, C.C., Ballylongford . . . . Kerry 

Harty, W. P., C.C., Ballingarry, Co. Limerick . . Ximerick 
Hassan, J., C.C., St. Mary's, Belfast . . Down & Connor 
Hassett, Edmund. P.P., Holywood, Co. Down . .Down & Connor 
Hastings, Dominic, o.c.c., 338 East 29th Street, New 

York 
Hastings, W., c.m., Irish College, Rue des Irlandais 5, 

Paris 

Hatton, John (Adm.), B.A., 48 Westland Row, Dublin Dublin 
Hawarden, Felix, c.p., Army Chaplain. 

Hayden, Patk., B.A., C.C., Allen, Kilmeague, Naas Kildare & Leighlin 

Hayden, Patrick, B.A., C.C., Clontarf . . . . Dublin 
Hayes, Ambrose, c.p., Vice-Rector, St. Saviour's Retreat, 

Broadway, Worcestershire 

Hayes, Daniel, P.P., Kilmihil . . . . . . Killaloe 



1920] THE CLERGY OF IRELAND. 389 

NAME AND ADDRESS DIOCESE. 

Hayes, E., s.m., 89 Lower Leeson Street, Dublin . . Dublin 
Hayes, James, C.C., Inch, Thurles . . . . Cashel 

Hayes, James, C.C., St. Michael's, Limerick . . Limerick 

Hayes, Laurence, C.C., Knockainy, Bruff . . . . Cashel 

Hayes, Laurence, c.ss.r., Clonard Monastery, Belfast . .Down & Connor 
Hayes, Michael, C.C., Ballyconnell, Tullow . . Kildare & Leighlin 

Hayes, Michael, P.P., Feakle, Co. Clare . . . . Killaloe 

Hayes, Michael, C.C., Newcastle W., Co. Limerick . . Limerick 
Hayes, M. P., C.C., St. Matthew's, Ballymacarrett, 

Belfast . . . . . . . . . Down & Connor 

Hayes, Patrick (Canon), P.P., Castletown Bere . . Kerry 

Hayes, Patrick, o.c., St. Etheldreda's, Ely Place, 

Holborn Circus, London 

Hayes, P., C.C., Kilmurry MacMahon . . . . Killaloe 

Hayes, Peter, C.C., Minnow Brook, Terenure, Dublin Dublin 
Hayes, Valentine, o.p., Newbridge College Kildare & Leighlin 

Head, Thomas, s.j., Mungret College, Limerick . . Limerick 

Headley, R. M., o.p., St. Saviour's Priory, Dominick 

Street, Dublin . . . . . ." . . Dublin 

Heagney, John (Adm.), Loughrea . . . . Clonfert 

Healy, Francis E., P.P., Gortin, Tyrone . . . . Derry 

Healy, John, P.P., D.Ph., Terenure, Co. Dublin . . Dublin 
Healy, John C., C.C., Bray, Co. Wicklow . . . . Dublin 

Healy, John, P.P., Damastown, Naul, Co. Dublin Dublin 

Healy, Johr, P.P., Killeen, Carraroe, Galway . . Tuam 

Healy, John, P.P., Loughriel . . . . . .Down & Connor 

Healy, Joseph, s.j., St. Ignatius' College, Riverview, 

Sydney. 
Healy, Laurence, c.s.ftp., 2nd Assistant Provincial, St. 

Mary's College, Rathmines, Dublin . . . . Dublin 

Healy, Martin, House of Missions, Enniscorthy . . Ferns 

Healy, Martin (Adm.), Kilmaine, Co. Mayo . . Tuam 

Healy, Thomas, P.P., Louisburgh, Co. Mayo . . Tuam 

Healy, William, P.P. (Canon), Johnstown,Co. Kilkenny Ossory 
Healy, William, P.P., ClOnmellon, Westmeath . . Meath 

Healy, William, c.s.sp., St. Peter Claver's, Philadelphia. U.S.A. 
Healy, William (Canon), P.P., Oghill, Culleens, Co. Sligo Killala 
Heany, James, P.P., Abbey, Ballyglunin . . . . Tuam 

Heany, James, C.C., Partry, Ballinrobe . . . . Tuam 

Heany, M., P.P., Donaghpatrick, Headford . . Tuam 

Heany, Thomas, P.P., Glenamaddy, Castlerea . . Tuam 

Heany, W., C.C., Monivea, Athenry . . . . Tuam 

Hearn, Pierse, C.C., St. Mary's, Clonmel Waterford & Lismore 

Hearne, Joseph, s.j., (Sup.), Presbytery, Miller Street, 

North Sydney. 

Hearne, Maurice C.C., Dungarvan . . Waterford & Lismore 

Heavey, John, D.D., o.s.a., Pishop of Coracesio. Vicar 

Apostolic of Cooktown, Queensland, Australia 
Heavey, J. M., C.C., Headford . . . . . . Tuam 

Hebert, Rudolph, s.tn,, Pleasant Hill, Brookland, 
Washington (D.C.), U.S.A. 



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NAME AND ADDRESS. 



DIOCESE. 



Hederman, Henry, o.s.a., St. John's Priory, John 

Street (West), Dublin . . . . . . Dublin 

Heelan, John, c.s.sp., Castlehead, Lanes., England. 

Heenan, J. P., C.C., Ballinasloo . . . . . . Clonfert 

Heenan, M., C.C., Kilkishen . . . . . . Killaloe 

Heery, P., B.A., c.s.sp., St. Mary's College, Rathmines, 

Dublin . . . . . . . . . . Dublin 

Heffernan, John, D.Ph. (Prof.), The College, Thurles . . Cashel 
Heffernan, John, C.C., Ballycroy, Co. Mayo . . Killala 

Heffernari. John, B.A., c.s.sp., St. Mary's College, Port 

of Spain, Trinidad 
Heffernan, Nicholas, s.m.a., Clonghballymore, Kil- 

colgan, Co.. Mayo . . . . . . . . Tuam 

Heffernan, Thomas, c.p., Vice-Rector, St. Mary's 

Retreat, Harborne, Birmingham 

Hegarty, Martin, C C., B.A., Keenagh, Crossmolina . . Killala 
Hegarty, James, c.ss.r., Clonard Monastery, Belfast . .Down & Connor 
Hegarty John (Canon), P.P., V.F., Belmullet, Co.Mayo Killala 
Hegarty, John, c.m., St. Joseph's, Malvern, Melbourne 
Hegarty, Lawrence (Adm.), St. Eugene's, Derry . . Derry 
Hegarty, Simon, c.m., St. Vincent's, Mill Hill, London 
Hegarty, Thomas, C.C., Drunj?, Derry . . . . Derry 

Hegarty, Walter, C.C., B.D., Dungiven, Derry . . Derry 

Hehir, Denis, P.P., New Quay, Co. Clare . . . . Kilfenora 

Hehir, Martin, c.s.sp., Duquesne University, Pittsburgh, U.S.A. 
Hehir, Michael, P.P., Cooraclare, Co. Clare . . , . . Killaloe 
Heldenstein, E., s.m., St. Mary's Hill, Paignton, Devon. 
Henchy, Patrick, B.A., S.T.L., B.C.L., St. Finbarr's 

College, Cork . . . . Cork 

Hendley, J., B.A., D.D. (Prof.), St. Malachy's College, 

Belfast . . . . . . . . Down & Connor 

Henebery, James, P.P., Cappagh, Co. Waterford Waterford & Lismore 
Henebery, Thomas, C.C , Dunnamaggan, Callan . . Ossoiy 
Henegan, M., C.C.,Ballinamore Bridge, Ballinasloe .. Elphin 
Heneghan, John, C.C., St. Columban's College, Dalgan 

Park, Shrule . . . . . . . . Tuam 

Hennelly, James (Canon), P.P., Cong, Co. Mayo . . Tuam 
Hennessy, Matthew, C.C., Cappawhite . . . . Cashel 

Hennessy, J., o.s.a., St. Augustine's, Limerick . . Limerick 

Hennessy, James, C.C., Ballinahinch, Newport, Co. 

Tipperary . . . . . . . . Cashel 

Hennessy, Nicholas, C.C.. Tullogher, New Ross . . Ossory 

Hennessy, Patk., P.P., Kilmeen, Ballineen, Co. Cork Ross 
Henry, Callistus, c.p. (2nd Prov. Cons.), Marrickville, 

Sydney, N.S.W. 

Henry, Edward, C.C., Achonry, BalJymote . . . . Achonry 

Henry, John, C M., St. Mary's, Lanark 

Henry, Louis, S.T,D., C.C., Curry, Co. Sligo . . Achonry 

Henry, Martin, P.P., Foxford, Co. Mayo . . . . Achonry 

Henry, Michael, D.Ph., D.D., C.C., Curry, Co. Sligo . . Achonry 



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391 



DIOCESE. 



Achonry 
Meath 



NAME AND ADDRBSS. 

Henry, Walter, P.P.. Attymass, Ballina 

Henry, William, s.j., Rector, St. Stanislaus' College, 
Tullamore 

Henry, Wolstan, c.p., St. Anne's Retreat, Sutton, 
St. Helen's, Lanes. 

Herbert, J., Timaru, N.Z. 

Herbert, R., a.m., Ivy Street, Atlanta, Ga., U.S.A. 

Heron, Christopher, 50 Av. Hoche, Paris. 

Herring, A., s.m., Temuka, N.Z. 

Herring, J., s.m., Blenheim, N.Z. 

Heverin, Wm., C.C., Beltra, Ballysodare 

Hewitt, P., Kilkishen, Co. Clare 

Hewson, Patrick, C.C. (Adm.), Knockmore, Ballina . . 

Hickey, Daniel, C.C., Bally brack 

Hickey, Daniel, o.c. (Rector), St. Mary's, Newport, MOP- 

Hickey, James, P.P., Clontarf, Dublin 

Hickey, James (Canon), P.P., Ballingarry, Co. Tipperary Cashel 

Hickey, Joseph, C.C., Halston Street, Dublin . . Dublin 

Hickey, Michael, D.D., D.Ph. (Vice -President), Holy 
Cross College, Clonliffe, Dublin 

Hickey, Michael, P.P., Clongeeri, Foulksmills 

Hickey, Philip, C.C., Templemore, Co. Tipperary 

Hickey, Robert, C.C., Kilmuckridge, Gorey <-. 

Hickey, Thomas, o.c,, War Chaplain. 

Hickey, Thomas, c.m., St. Vincent's College, Castle- 
knock 

Hickey, Wm., C.C., Waterford 

Hickson, J., s.m., Meeanee, N.Z. 

Higgins, E. J. C.C., Crossboyne, Claremorris 

Higgins, J., C.C., Relic, Moyvore 

Higgins, James. C.C., Arigna 

Higgins, John, s.m.o.., Ballinafad, Castlebar 

Higgins, Ml. (Canon), P.P., V.F., Macroom 

Higgins, P., Diocesan Inspector, The College, Ballagh- 
adereen 

Higgins, Patrick, C.C., Lanesborough 

Higgins, P., C.C., Kilmallock 

Hill, Ernest Samuel, o.c., St. Mary's and St. Michael's, 
Newport, Mon. 

Hill, Peter, P.P., V.F., Rosscarbery, Co. Cork 

Hill, Thomas, C.C., 49 Rathgar Road, Dublin 

Hill, Thomas J., C.C., Courtmacsherry, Co. Cork 

Hillee, Chris., C.C., Tralee 

Hills, F., a.m. Lees ton, New Zealand. 

Hipwell, Michael,, C.C., Edenderry, King's County 

Hipwell, Patrick, C.C., Naas 

Hoare, Edward, o.c., Chaplain, Convent of Sisters of 

Providence, Loughborough. 
Hoare, R., s.m., St. Mary of the Angels, Wellington, N.Z. 
Hobbins, Thomas, B.A., C.C., Ferrybank, Arklow . . Dublin 
Hobson, Edmund, o.c., St. Marie's, Rugby 



Killala 
Killaloe 
Killala 
Dublin 

Dublin 



Dublin 
Ferns 
Cashel 
Ferns 



Dublin 
Waterford & Lismore 

. . Tuam 
. . Meath 

Ardagh 
. . Tuam 

Cloyne 



Achonry 

Ardagh 

Limerick 



Ross 
. . Dublin 

Ross 
. . Kerry 

Kildare & Leighlin 
Kildare & Leighlir 



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[1920 



NAME AND ADDRESS. DIOCESE. 

Hoey, Ml., P.P., Dunlavin, Co. Wicklow . . . Dublin 

Hogan, Denis, P.P., Kyle and Knock, Roscrea . Killaloe 

Hogan, Martin, P.P., Silvermines, Nenagh . . . Killaloe 

Hogan, Michael, C.C., 5 Eblana Avenue, Kingstown . Dublin 
Hogan, Patrick, P.P., Killimer, Ennis . . . Killaloe 

Hogan, Patrick J. (AdmJ, Ennis . . . ; . Killaloe 

Hogan, P., C.C., Rathvilly, Co. Carlow . . Kildare & Leighlin 

Hogan, Stanislaus, o.p., S.T.L., L.C.L., St. Laurence's, 

Adelaide, South Australia. 

Hogan, Thos. (Prof.), St. Munchin's College, Limerick 
Holbrook, H. J., St. Patrick's Cathedral, Auckland, N.Z. 
Holland, Patk., C.C., St. Canice's, Kilkenny 
Holland, William, C.C., Leap 
Holley, John, s.m., Provincial, St. Mary of the Angels, 

Wellington, N.Z. 

Holohan, James (Canon), P.P.. Rosbercon, New Ross. . 
Holohan, Martin P.P., Glenmore, Waterford 
Hooke, Fred.. B.A., Diocesan Examiner, Dominican 

Hostel, St. Stephen's Green 

Hooke, John, C.C., St. Mary's, Haddington Road 
Hopkins, Augustine, c.p., Holy Cross Retreat, Ardoyne. 

Belfast 



Limerick 

Ossory 
Ross 



Ossory 
Ossory 

Dublin 
Dublin 

Down & Connor 
Cashel 
Dublin 
Ferns 

Ferns 



Horan, James, P.P., Holycross, Thurles 

Horan, William. B.A., Enniskerry 

Hore, David, C.C., Terrerath, New Ross 

Hore, Thomas (Adm.), Manse, Wexford 

Horton, J., s.m., S. Heart College, Atlanta (Ga.), U.S.A. 

Hosty, Thomas, P.P., Annaghdown, Co. Gal way . . Tuam 

Houlihan, J. D., o.p., St. Saviour's Priory, Dominick St. Dublin 

Houlihan, Joseph, C.C., Kinnetty, Birr . . . . Killaloe 

Houlihan, T. (Chaplain), Convent, Crosshaven . . Cork 

Hourigan, Daniel, C.C., Drangan, Fethard, Co. 

Tipperary . . . . . . . . . . Cashel 

Hourigan, Michael, P.P., Knockainy, Bruff . . Cashel 

Hourigan, Michael, P.P., Upperchurch, Thurles . . Cashel 

Howard, James (Canon), P.P., Newport, Co. Tipperary Cashel 
Howard, Michael, C.C., Meelin, Newmarket . . Cloyne 

Howell, Francis, c.s.sp., Calabar, Nigeria B.W. Africa 
Howes, William, c.ss.r., Army Chaplain, Australian 

Contingent. 
Howley. Patrick (Canon), P.P., Kilcommon Erris, 

Ballina . . . . . . . . . . Killala 

Howley, Thomas, B.A., C.C., Ballycastle, Co. Mayo . . Killala 
Hoyne, Laurence, C.C., Hugginstown, Knocktopher . . Ossory 
Hoyne, Michael, C.C., Castlecomer . . . . Ossory 

Hoyne, T., o.s. a., St. Mary's, Port Douglas, N. Queensland. 

Huault, J., s.m., Gladstone, Queensland. 

Hubert, Fr., o.f.m. (Guardian), Collegio di S. Isidore, 

Via degli Artisti, Rome. 

Hughes, Daniel, C.C., Coon, Leighlinbridge . . Ossory 

Hurley, D. s.m., St. Joseph's, Wellington. N.Z. 



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393 



NAME AND ADDRESS. 



DIOCESE. 



Hughes, James, o.m.i., St. Anne's, Rockferry, Birkenhead 

Hughes, John, Naval Chaplain . . . . Kildare & Leighlin 

Hughes, Michael, Milltown . . . . . . Tuam 

Hughes, M., C.C., Rathkenny, Slane . . . . Meath 

Hughes, M., o.s.a., Orlagh, Co. Dublin . . . . Dublin 

Hughes. Norbert, c.p., Our Lady's Retreat, Herne Bay, 

Kent 

Hughes, Peter, P.P., Kiltooin, Athlone . . . . Elphin 

Hughes, Patrick, C.C., Loughgall, Armagh . . Armagh 

Hughes, W. Trevor, o.c., (Provincial), St. Marie's, Rugby. 
Hull, Antoninus, c.p., Rector, St. Mary's Retreat, 

Harborne, Birmingham. 

Hullen, Bernardine, c.p. St. Mary's Retreat, Harborne, Birmingham 
Hullen. Patrick, c.m., St. Peter's Church, Phibsborough Dublin 
Humphreys, Anthony, C.C., Knocklong, Co. Limerick. . Cashel 
Humphreys, David, P.P., Killenaule, Co. Tipperary . . Cashel 
Humphreys, John, C.C., Castleiny, Templemore . . Cashel 

Hunt, Cornelius, c.ss.r., Mount St. Alphonsus, Limerick Limerick 
Hunt, C., o.p., Port of Spain, Trinidad 

Hunt, E., o.m.i., St. Kevin's, Glencree . . . . Dublin 

Hunt, John, o.s.a., (Prior), Limerick . . . . Limerick 

Hunt, Michael, Ecclesiastical Inspector of Schools, St. 

Kieran's College, Kilkenny . . . . . . Ossory 

Hurley, D., s.m., St. Joseph's, Wellington South, N.Z. 
Hurley, Dan., C.C , B.A., Clonakilty . . . . Ross 

Hurley, John, B.A., C.C., St. Nicholas', Francis St. Dublin 

Hurley, John V., C.C., Bantry, Co. Cork . . . . Cork 

Hurley, Joseph, o.c. (Rector), St. Marie's, Rugby 

Hurley, Thomas, P.P., Kilrooskey, Roscommon . . Limerick 

Hurley, Patrick, Macroom, C ; C. . . . . Elphin 

Hurley, Timothy, D.D., C.C., Strokestown, Co. Ros- 
common . . . . . . . . Elphin 

Hurson, Charles, C.C., St. Patrick's, Dundalk . . Armagh 

Hurst, T., S.M.A., (Superior), St. Patrick's, Kinuery, 

Westport . . . . . . . . . . Tuam 

Hyland, J., C.C., Clonfad, Ballinasloe . . . . Tuam 

Hyland, James, c.s.sp., Ferndale, Conn., U.S.A. 
Hyland, Michael, c.s.sp., Director of the Holy Childhood, 

Blackrock College . . . . . . . . Dublin 

Hynes, John, B.D. (Dean of Residence), University 

College, Galway . . . . . . . . Galway 

Hynes, M., P.P., Cranghwell . . . . . . Kilmacduagh 



Ignatius, Father, o.s./.c.,B.A., D.D., Rochestown Cork 

Ignatius, Fr., o.f.m., The Friary, Killarnev . . Kerry 

Ingres, Felix W., C.C., B.A., Stradbally, Queen's 

County . . . . . . . . Kildare & Leighlin 

Irvine, Angelus, o.d.c., St. Teresa's Clarendon Street, 

Dublin Dublin 



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[1920 



NAME AND ADDRESS. DIOCESE. 

Irwin, Ed., C.C., Ballyclough, Mallow . . . . Cloyne 

Irwin, Michael C.C., Beeing, Mallow . . . . Cloyne 

Ivers, Patrick, P.P., 67 Edenvale Road, Ranelagh . . Dublin 



Jackman, J. A., o.f.m., Merchants' Quay, Dublin . . Dublin 
James, John, C.C., Ballyna, Moyvalley, Co. Kildara Kildaro & Leighlin 
James, Fr., o.f.m., The Abbey, 'Multyfarnham . . Meath 

Janisson, M., s.m. (Superior), St. Bruno, Van Buren 

(Maine), U.S.A. 

Jarger, Charles, c.p., Glen Osmond, Adelaide, S.A. 
Jarvis, Stephen E., o.c. (Rector), St. Etheldreda's 

Ely Place, Holborn Circas, London 
Jennings, James, C.C., Ayle, Westport . . . . Tuam 

Jerome, Fr., o.f.m., Athlone . . . . . . Ardagh 

John, Fr., o.s.f.c., B.A., Church Street . . . . Dublin 

John, Capistran, o.f.m., (Provincial), The Abbey, 

Multyfarnham . . . . . . ... Meath 

Johnson, John (Prof.), St. Finian's, Mullingar . . Meath 

Johnson, J., P.P., Taughmon, Mullingar, . . . . Meath 

Jones, Fred. J., B.A., Round wood, Co. Wicklow . . Dublin 
Jones, Edward, c.ss.r., Mount St. Alphonsus, Limerick Limerick 
Johnson, Peter, C.C., Armagh . . . . . . Armagh 

Jones, H. M. o.p., St. Mary's, Tallaght . . . . Dublin 

Jones, John, P.P., Kilcullen, Co. Kildare . . . . Dublin 

Jones, Laiirence, P.P., Ballygarrett, Clonevan, Gorey Ferns 
Jones, Robert, c.m. (Superior), St. Vincent's Church, 

Sunday's Well, Cork . . . , . . Cork 

Jones, Thomas, C.C., Killorglin, Co. Kerry . . . . Kerry 

Jordan, James, C.C., B.D., Killasser. Co Mayo . . Achonry 

Joseph, Fr., o.f.m., The Abbey, Multyfarnham . . Meath 

Joseph, Fr., o.s.f.c., Church Street .. .. Dublin 

Joy, John, *./.. Clongowes Wood College, Sallins Kildare & Leighlin 
Joyce, James, St. James's (La.), U.S.A. 
Joyce, J. S., o.f.m.., Sydney. Australia. 

Joyce, Patrick J., B.D,, C.C., Keel. Achill . . . . Tuam 

Joyce, Timothy (Adm.), V.F., Ballinasloe . . . . Clonfert 

Joyce, Wm., c.ss.r., St. Mary's Windouree, Ballarat, 

Victoria 

Judge, B., C.C., Tang, Ballymahon . . Meath 

Judge, James, P.P., V.F., Killeshandra, Co. Cavan . . Kilmore 
Jung, P., s.m., S. Heart, Ivy Street, Atlanta (Ga.) 

U.S.A. 
Jungers, J., s.m., Van Buren College, Maine, U.S.A. 



Kane, P., s.m., Reefton, N.Z. 

Kane, J., C.C., Mount Bolus, King's Co. 

Kane, John, C.C., Bagenalstown . . 



.. Meath 
Kildare & Leighlin 



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395 



NAME AND ADDRESS. DIOCESE, 

Kane, Matthew, P.P., Knockbride, Bailieboro' . . Kilmore 

Kane, Robert, s.j., Milltown Park, Co. Dublin . . Dublin 

Kane, William, s.j., Milltown Park . . . . Dublin 

Kavanagh, Charles, C.C. (Adm.), St. John's, Kilkenny Ossory 
Kavanagh, David, C.C., New Ross . . . . Ferns 

Kavanagh, Edward, P.P., V.F., Monasterevan Kildare & Loighlin 

Kavanagh, John, C.C., Banteer . . . . . . Cloyne 

Kavanagh, John, C.C., Glenbrian, Enniscorthy . . Ferns 

Kavanagh, Owen, C.C., Blackwater, Enniscorthy . . Ferns 
Kavanagh, Patrick, C.C., Hollywood, Co. Wicklow . . Dublin 
Kavanagh, Peter, C.C., Mountmellick, Queen's Co. Kildare & Leighlin 



Kavanagh, Patrick, C.C., Rosslare, Co. Wexford 
Kavanagh, Richard, C.C., Tinahely. Co. Wicklow 
Kealy, M. (Bursar), St. Kieran's College, Kilkenny 
Kean, Colman, o.p., M.A. (Sub-Prior), St. Saviour's 

Priory, Limerick 

Keane, Albert, o.d.c., St. Teresa's, Clarendon Street 
Keane, A. M., o.p., D.D., St. Mary's, Pope's Quay. 

Cork 

Keane, Bernard, C.C., Summerhill, Ballinafad, Boyle 
Keane, Brendan, o.p., St. Saviour's, Waterford 
Keane, Christopher, P.P., Lobinstown 
Keane, David, Canon (Pres.), St. Munchin's College, 

Limerick 

Keane, Edmond, P.P., Golden, Co. Tipperary 
Keane, Francis (Archdeacon), P.P., V.F., St. Peter's, 

Athlone 

Keane, John, C.C., Bellanagar, Castlerea 
Keane, John, s.j., Milltown Park, Dublin 
Keane, Michael, C.C., Killina, Elphin 
Keane, Michael, P.P., Newtowndillon, Co. Kerry 
Keane, Patrick, C.C., Dromagh, Banteer 
Keane, William, P.P., Valentia, Cahirciveen 
Keane, William, C.C., 66 Beechwood Avenue, Ranelagh 
Keane, W'm., s.j., Tronchiennes, Belgium 
Keane, Win., c.s.,so., Ascensiontown, Sierra Leone, 

B. W. Africa. J 

Keaney, John, C.C., Doobally, Dowra, Co. Cavan 
Keaney, Timothy, P.P., Bawnboy 
Keappock, Thomas, C.C., Collinstown 



Ferns 
Ferns 
Ossory 

Limerick 
Dublin 

Cork 
Elphin 

Waterford & Lismore 
Meath 

Limerick 
Cashel 

Elphin 

Elphin 

Dublin 

Elphin 

Kerry 

Kerry 

Kerry 

Dublin 



Kearney, J., c.s.sp., Kimmage Manor, Dublin 
Kearney, James, P.P., Garvagh, Co. Derry 



Kilmore 
Kilmore 
Meath 
Dublin 
Derry 

Kearney, John, P.P., Ardfield~ Clonakilty~ . . . Ross 

Kearney, John J., C.C., Newbridge . . Kildare & Leighlin 

Kearney, Patrick, C.C., Aglish, Cappoquin Waterford & Lismore 

Kearns, Joseph (Ca,non), D.D., P.P., Hilltown, Co. Down Dromore 
Kearns, Joseph, C.C., St. Patrick's, Kilkenny . . Ossory 

Keatinge, Albert, c.ss.r., St. Patrick's, Athenry . . Clonfert 

Keating, John, B.A., St. John's College, Water- 
ford . . . . . . . . Waterford & Lismore 

Keating, John, C.C., Castletownroche, Co. Cork . . Cloyne 



396 ALPHABETICAL LIST OF [1920 

NAME AND ADDRESS, DIOCESE. 

Keating, John, o.c., Ratcliff College, Leicester 
Keating, Matthew, House of Missions, Enniscorthy . . Ferns 
Keating, P. A., o.f.m., Waterford . . . . Waterford & Lismore 

Keating, Patrick, P.P., Ballyporeen, Cahir, Co. 

Tipperary . . . . . . Waterford & Lismore 

Keaveny, John, C.C., B.A., B.D., B.C.L., Bealad, 

Clonakilty . . . . . . . . Ross 

Keaveny, John, P.P., Killererin, Ballyglunin . . Tuam 

Keawell, Jas. M., c.s.sp., Blackrock College, Dublin .'. Dublin 
Keegan, Brendan, c.p., Ardoyne, Belfast . . . .Down & Connor 

Keegan, Hugh, c.p., St. Gabriel's Retreat, " The 

Graan," Enniskillen . . . . . . Clogher 

Keelan, John, C.C., Scotshouse, Clones . . . . Clogher 

Keenan, Laurence (Canon), P.P., Ballybay, Co. 

Monaghan . . . . . . . . . . Clogher 

Keenan, P., Military Chaplain . . . . . . Dromore 

Keenan, Reginald, o.p., B.A., St. Catherine's Priory, 

Newry . . . . . . . . . . Dromore 

Kehoe, Andrew, C.C., Mulraiikin, Bridgetown, Wexford Ferns 
Kehoe, Laurence, C.C., Courtwood, Ballybrittas, 

Queen's County . . . . . . Kildare & Leighlin 

Kehoe, Owen, C.C., Monaseed, Gorey . . . . Ferns 

Kehoe, William, C.C., SS. Peter and Paul's, Clonmel 

Waterford & Lismore 

Kehoe, Paul, P.P., Cloughbawn, Clonroche, Ennis- 
corthy . . . . . . . . Ferns 

Kehoe, Thomas, B.D. (Prof.), Carlow College ' Kildare & Leighlin 

Kellaghan, E., C.C., Skryne, Tara . . . . Meath 

Kelledy, L., s.m. (Superior), Westerby, R.I., U.S.A. 

Kelleher, James, C.C., Buttevant . . . . Cloyne 

Kelleher. John, C.C., Presbytery, Meath Street . . Dublin 

Keller, Daniel (Monsignor)/Dean, P.P., V.G., Youghal, 

Co. Cork . . . . . . . . . . Cloyne 

Kelliher, Timothy, C.C., Castletown Bere, Co. Cork Kerry 

Kelly, Albert, c.ss.r., St. Mary's, Windouree, Ballarat, Victoria. 
Kelly, Alphonsus, o.d.c., St. Mary's, Morehampton 

Road, Donnybrook . . . . . . . . Dublin 

Kelly, Bartholomew, P.P., Knockcroghery, Roscom- 

mon . . . . . . . . . . Elphin 

Kelly, Bernard (Dean), P.P., V.G., Ballyshannon . . Raphoe 
Kelly, Denis, C.C., St. John's, Limerick . . . . Limerick 

Kelly, Dominick, s.j., Newman University College, 

Melbourne. 

Kelly, Edmund, C.C., Mullinahone, Co. Tipperary . . Cashel 
Kelly, Francis, c.p. (Rector), St. Paul's Retreat, 

Mount Argus . . . . . . . . Dublin 

Kelly, George, s.j., Hawthorne, Melbourne. 

Kelly, Henry P. (Chaplain to the Forces), 4 Castle 

Avenue, Dover, England, 

Kelly, J. J., o.f.m.., Waterford . . . . Waterford & Lismore 

Kelly, J., Greenlough, Portglenone . . . . Derry 



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NAME AND ADDRESS. 

Kelly, Jas., St. Mary's College, Port of Spain, Trinidad. 

Kelly, James, P.P., "Rochfort Bridge .. 

Kelly, James, Spiddal, Co. Galway 

Kelly, John, P.P., Sandyford, Co. Dublin 

Keily, John, P.P., The College House, Galway 

Kelty. John (Canon), P.P., Lahardane, Ballina 

Kelly, John, C.C., B.A., New Ross 

Kelly, John, P.P., Suncroft, Curragh Camp 

Kelly, John, C., C.C., Rathoe, Tullow 

Kelly, John (Canon), P.P., Doon, Pallasgreen 

Kelly, John, c.tn., St. . Vincent's Church, Sunday's 
Well, Cork 

Kelly, John, s.j., College of Sacred Heart, Crescent 

Kelly, John J., C.C., Elphin, Castlerea 

Kelly, John J., C.C., Newcastle, Co. Limerick 

Kelly, John, C.C., Kildysart, Co. Clare 

Kelly, John, c.ss.r., Mount St. Alphonsus, Limerick . . 

Kelly, Joseph, C.C., Mullingar 

Kelly. Joseph, C.C., Bray, Co. Wicklow 

Kelly, Joseph, c.s.sp., JSt. Mary's, Ferndale, Darien 
P.O., Conn., U.S.A. 

Kelly, Laurence, B.A., B.D., Rathfarnham 

Kelly, Martin, P.P., Glencar, Co. Leitrim 

Kelly, Matthew, c.p., St. Joseph's Retreat, Highgate 
Hill, London. 

Kelly, Michael A., c.s.sp, Irish Mission Band, Phila- 
delphia, U.S.A. 

Kelly r Michael, c.s.sp., Blackrock College 

Kelly, Michael (Prof.), St. Patrick's College, Cavan 

Kelly, Michael, C.C., Clane 

Kelly, M., St. Peter's College, Wexford 

Kelly, M. P., o.f.m., Sydney, Australia. 

Kelly, Patrick, c.ss.r., Esker, Athenry 

Kelly, Patrick, C.C., Ederney, Co. Fermanagh 

Kelly, Patrick, P.P., Fivemiletown 

Kelly, Patrick, P.P., Fohena, Ahascragh 

Kelly, Patrick, C.C., Waterside 

Kelly, Patrick, C.C., Lenamore, Longford 

Kelly, Peter, C.C., Kildalkey, Co. Meath 

Kelly, Peter, P.P., Carnaross, Kells 

Kelly, P., C.C., Dunboyne 

Kelly, Peter (Prof.), St. Jarlath's College, Tuam 

Kelly, Peter P., C.C., Moyne, Arvagh, Co. Cavan 

Kelly, R. Dillon, s.j., College of the Sacred Heart, 
Crescent, Limerick 

Kelly, Robert, c.p., St. Mary's Retreat, Harborne. 
Birmingham 

Kelly. Robert, P.P., Ratoath, Co. Meath 

Kelly, Simon, C.C., Taghmon, Mullingar 

Kelly, Stephen, P.P., Kingscourt, Co. Cavan 

Kelly, T. P., o.c.c. (Prior), Carmelite Convent, Kildare 



DIOCESE. 



Meath 
. . Tuam 
. . Dublin 

Galway 
. . Killala 

Ferns 

Kildare & Leighlin 
Kildare & Leighlin 

Cashel 



Cork 

Limerick 

Elphin 

Limerick 

Killaloe 

Limerick 

Meath 

Dublin 



Dublin 
Kilmore 



. . Dublin 

Kilmore 

Kildare & Leighlin 
. . Ferns 

. . Clonfert 
. . Clogher 

Clogher 
. . Clonfert 

Derry 

Ardagh 
. . Meath 
. . Meath 
. . Meath 
. . JTuam 

Ardagh 



Limerick 



Meath 
Meath 
Meath 
Dublin 



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NAME AND ADDRESS. 

Kelly, T., C.C., Ballynacally, Co. Clare 
Kelly, Thomas J., C.C., Kilmore, Ballinagh*. . 
Kelly, W. H., C.C., Ballinroba, Co. Mayo . . 
Kelly, W., C.C., Arlese, Ballickmoyler 
Kelly, W., C.C., Letterfrack, Galway 



DIOCESE. 

. . Killaloe 

Kilmore 
. . Tuam 
Kildare & Leighlin 

Tuam 



Kempnich, A., a.m., St. Michael's, Louisiana, America. 
Kenna, Thomas, D.D., o.s.a., St. John's Priory, John 

Street (West), Dublin . . . . * . . Dublin 

Kennealy, Benjamin, C.C., Liscarroll, Buttevant . . Cloyne 
Kennedy, Alban (Rector), St. Mungo's, Townhead, Glasgow. 
Kennedy, Arthur J., P.P., Ballinlea, Ballycastle, Co. 

Antrim . . . . . . . . Down & Connor 

Kennedy, C., (Adm.), Frosses, Co. Donegal . . Raphoe 

Kennedy, D., s.m., D.D., B.A. (Superior), House of 

Studies and Novitiate, Greenmeadows, N.Z. 

Kennedy, James, P.P., Portaferry . . . , Down & Connor 

Kennedy, James, P.P., Clonlara, Limerick . . . . Killaloe 

Kennedy, John, Secretary, Propagation of the Faith, 

22 Parliament Street. . . . . . . Dublin 

Kennedy, John (Prof.), St. Finbarr's Diocesan Seminary, 

Cork . . . . . . . . Cork 

Kennedy, John, C.C., Falcarragh . . . . . . Raphoe 

Kennedy, Joseph, o.c. (Rector), St. Etheldreda's, Ely 

Place, Holborn Circus, London. 

Kennedy, M. J., P.P., Shannonbridge . . . . Ardagh 

Kennedy, Michael, C.C., Hospital, Co. Limerick . . Cashel 
Kennedy, Ml., C.C., Clonbullogue, King's County Kildare & Leighlin 
Kennedy, Patrick, C.C., Dunlavin, Co. Wicklow . . Dublin 
Kennedy, Patrick, s.j., Sacred Heart Church, Crescent, 

Limerick . . . . . . . . . . Limerick 

Kennedy, P. B., o.f.m. (Com. Prov.), Sydney, Australia. 
Kennedy, W., B.D.'(Adm.), Newmarket -on- Fergus . . Killaloe 
Kennedy, W., B.D. (President), St. Flannan's College, 

Ennis . . . . . . . . . . Killaloe 

Kenefick, Laurence; C.C., Queenstown . . . . Cloyne 

Kenny, Andrew, o.d.c. (Sub-Prior), The Abbsy, 

Loughrea . . . . . . . . . . Clonfert 

Kenny, Joseph, o.s.a., Orlagh, Co. Dublin . . . . Dublin 

Kenny, Matthew, C.C., Clare nbridge . . . . Kilmacduagh 

Kenny, Patrick, P.P., Lissan, Cookstown . . . . Armagh 

Kenny, Pius, o.p., S.T.M., St. Catherine's, Newry . . Dromore 
Kent, David (Adm.), Queenstown, Co. Cork .. Cloyne 

Keogan, James, C.C., Kill, County Cavan . . . . Kilmore 

Keogh, Augustine, a.m., St. Patrick's College, Welling- 
ton, N.Z. 
Keogh, Daniel, C.C., Tipperary . . . . . . Cashel 

Keogh, Denis, C.C., B.A., Skerries, Co. Dublin . . Dublin 

Keogh, Francis, s.j. (Superior), Loyola House, Green- 
wich Road, Sydney. 

Keogh, Laurence J., Ballybrittas, Monasterevan Kildare & Leighlin 
Keogh, Wm., C.C., Sologhead, Co. Tipp. . . . . Cashel 



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THE CLERGY OF IRELAND. 



390 



NAME AND ADDRESS. 



DIOCESE. 

Ossory 



Keoghan, Richard, P.P., Inistioge 

Keohan, Edmund (Prof.), St. John's College, Water- 
ford . . . . . . . . Waterford & Lismore 

Keown, Patrick (Archdeacon), P.P., V.G., Carrick- 

macross . . . . . . . . . . Clogher 

Keran, P., P.P., Ballyvaughan, Co. Clare . . . . Kilfenora 

Kerley, Francis, a.m., Temuka, New Zealand. 

Kerley, Peter, P.P., Cullyhanna, Co. Armagh . . Armagh 

Kerlin, Charles, C.C., St. Column's Presbytery, Derry Derry 

Kerlin, Patrick, C.C., Bellarena, Derry . . . . Derry 

Kerr, Edward, P.P., Carnlough . . Down & Connor 

Kerr, Felix, P.P., Cabragh, Donagamore . . . . Armagh 

Kerr, Frank, C.C., Castlewellan . . . . Down & Connor 

Kerr, G., B.A., B.D., B.C.C., All Hallow's College . . Raphoe 

Kerr, Hugh (Canon), P.P., Gweedore . . . . Raphoe 

Kerr, Michael, C.C., St. Patrick's, Dundalk . . . . Armagh 

Kevany, Patrick, P.P., Kilfian, Killala . . . . Killala 

Keveney, Michael (Canon), P.P., Charlestown, Swinford Achonry 

Keville, John, P.P., Drumlish, Longford . . . . Ardagh 

Kevin, Father, o.s.f.c., D.Ph.. Friary, Kilkenny . . Ossory 
Kevin, Fr., o.f.m., Friary, Clonmel . . Waterford & Lismore 
Keyes, M., c.m., Marist College, Brookland, Washington, 

D.C., U.S.A. 

Kickliam, Thomas, c.tn., Superior, St. Mary's Church, Lanark. 

Kielty, Martin, P.P., D.D., Ballygar, Co. Roscommon Elphin 

Kiely, D., P.P., Templemore . . . . . . Cashel 

Kiely, John, o.p., St. Saviour's Priory, Limerick . . Limerick 

Kiely, M., C.C., SS. Peter and Paul's, Cork . . . . Cork 

Kiely, J., C.C., Kinvara .. .. .. Kilmacduagh 

Kieran, Anthony, C.C., Bonniconlon, Ballina . . Achonry 

Kieran, Laurence, c.p., Mount Argus, Dublin . . Dublin 
Kieran, Laurence, *./., Clongowes Wood College Kjldare & Leighlin 
Kieran, R. J., o.p., S.T.L. (Prior), St. Saviour's, Water- 
ford . . . . . . . . Waterford & Lismore 

Kieran, S., s.m., St. Laurence, Sidcup, Kent. 

Kiernan, John, C.C., Newtownbutler, Co. Fermanagh 

Kiernan, John, C.C., Ballintogher . . . . Ardagh 

Kiernan, Michael, c.m., St. Peter's, Phibsborough .. Dublin 

Kiernan, P., C.C., Milltown, Ballynacargy . . Meath 

Kiernan, Peter, C.C. . . . . . . . . Clogher 

Kilbride, George, c.ss.r., Opong, Cebu, Philippines. 
Kilbride, Patrick A., c.as.r., Mount St. Gerard, Wel- 
lington, N.Z. 

Kilduff, P., Army Chaplain 

Kilgallon, James, C.C., Binghamstown, Bellmullet . . Killala 

Kilgarriff, James, C.C., Hollymount. Mayo . . Tuam 

Kilkenny, Patrick (Archd.), P.P., V.G., Claremorris . . Tuam 
Killeen, John, B.A., B.D. (Dean), St. Jarlath's College, 

Tuam . . . . . . . . . . Tuam 

Killeen, Joseph, C.C., Ballybrack, Co. Dublin . . Dublin 

Killeen, Thomas, C.C., Finney, Clonbur . . . . Tuam 



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ALPHABETICAL LIST OF 



[1920 



Kildare & Leighlin 
. . Meath 



Cork 

Meath 

Dublin 

Dublin 

Dublin 



NAME AND ADDRESS. 

Killian, John, C.C., Carlow 
Kilmartin. J., C.C., Navan 
Kilty, Patrick, c.m. y St. Vincent's Church, Sunday's 

Well, Cork 

Kimbell, Eugene, s.m., Wellington South, N Z. 
Kinahan, J., C.C., Glasson, Athlone 
Kinane, Jeremiah, D.C.L. (Prof.), Maynooth College. . 
Kinnane, Francis, B.A., Johnstown, Co. Wicklow 
Kinnane, Michael, C.C., B.A., Greenane, Rathdrum, 

Co. Wicklow 
Kindelan, J. (Prior), o.c.c., Carmelite Convent, Albert 

Park, Melbourne. 
Kindelan, J. A., o.c.c. (Pro-Provincial), Middle Park, 

S. Melbourne, Australia 
King, Ernest, o.c., St. Etheldreda's, Ely Place. 

Holborn Circus, London 

King, Francis, c.ra., St Stanislaus' College, Bathurst. 
King, James, C.C., Knockbreda, Belfast . . Down & Connor 

King, Jer., C.C., Tacumshane, Wextord . . . . Ferns 

King, Patrick, P.P., Tintern, Ballycullane, Waterford Ferns 
King, Philip, P.P., Ballinacleragh, Dowra, Co. Cavan 
Kingston, John, c.s.sp. (Bursar), Rockwell College, 

Cashel 

Kinsella, Laurence, C.C., B. A., 126 Harold's Cross, Dublin Dublin 
Kinsella, Laur., c.m,, St. Joseph's, Malvern, Victoria. 
Kinsella, Michael, C.C., Clonroche, Enniscorthy . . Ferns 

Kirby, Robert (Canon), P.P., Patrick's Well , . . Limerick 

Kirby, Timothy, C.C., Glenflesk, Killarney . . . . Kerry 

Kirwan, Laurence, o.p., St. Saviour's Priory, Limerick Limerick 
Kirwan, Michael, B.A., B.D., St. John's College, 

Waterford . . . . . . Waterford & Lismore 

Kirwan, James, P.P., Kilcock, Co. Kildare . . Kildare & Leighlin 

Kirwan, James, P.P., Kilrossanty, Kilmacthomas Waterford & Lismore 

Kirwan, James, s.j., St. Francis Xavier's College, Kew, Melbourne. 

Kissane, Ed., L.S.S., Prof., Maynooth College . . Dublin 

Kivlehan, Michael, B.A., C.C., Oldtown, Co. Dublin . . 

Kneafsey, Bernard, o.f.m., War Chaplain 

Knight, Alfred C., o.c., St. Francis Xavier's, Usk, Wales. 

Knowles, Joseph, o.s.a., St. Augustine's, Cork 

Kyne, Stephen, s.m.a., Blackrock Road 

Kyran, Fr., o.s.f.c., M.A.. St. Bonaventure's Hospice, 

Cork 



Kilmore 
Cashel 



Dublin 



Cork 
Cork 



Cork 



Lacy, E., C.C., Clough, Castlecomer . . . . Ossory 

Lacy, J., c.s.sp., Port of Spain, Trinidad, B.W.I. 
La Croix, C., s.m., Greymouth, New Zealand. 
Laffan, J., o.s.a., St. Augustine's, Hammersmith. 
Laffan, Laurence, c.m., St Vincent's College, Castle- 
knock . . . . . . . . . . Dublin 

Lafi'erty, D., B.A., C.C., Dunloy . . Down & Connor 



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THE CLERGY OF IRELAND. 



401 



NAME AND ADDRESS. 



DIOCESE. 



Lagan, John, C.C., Buncrana . . . . . . Derry 

Lagan, W. P., C.C., St. Peter's. Belfast .. . .Down & Connor 

Lalor, Andrew, C.C., Miltown Malbay . . . . Killaloe 

Lalor, Edward, P.P., Kilmeague, Naas, Co. Kildare Kildare & Leighlin 
Lalor, John, C.C., Borris, Co. Carlow . . Kildare & Leighlin 

Lalor, Matthew, P.P., Mountmellick . . Kildare & Leighlin 

Lambe, Edward, C.C., Union Hall, Leap, Co. Cork . . Ross 
Lambert, Henry, C.C., Mayglass, Ballycogley, Wexford Ferns 
Landers, William, C.C., B^A., 47 Westland Row . . Dublin 

Lane, John, J., C.C., Glenroe, Kilfmane . . . . Limerick 

Laiigan, Thomas (Canon), D.D., P.P., Moate . . Ardagh 

Langley, Edmond, c.ss.r., Mount St. Gerard, Welling- 
ton, N.Z. 

Lanigan, James, C.C., Ballingarry, Killenaule . . Cashel 

Lannon, Francis, C.C., Ballinfull, Sligo . . . . Elphin 

Lappin, James, c.p., Presentation Retreat, Mary's 

Mount, Goulburn, N.S.W. 

Larkin, Bertrand, o.p. St. Saviour's, Limerick . . Limerick 

Larkin, James, C.C., Ballymahon . . . . . . Ardagh 

Larkin, James, C.C., Pomeroy, Co. Tyrone . . Armagh 

Larkin, J. J., o.f.m., Sydney, Australia. 

Larkin, John, C.C., Dundrum, Dublin . . . . Dublin 

Larkin, John, C.C., Windgap . . . . . . Ossory 

Larkin, Martin, P.P., Ballinakill, Loughrea . . Clonfert 

Larkin, Thomas, s.m. (Superior), St. Mary's Church, 

Algiers (La.). 
Larkin, W., C.C., Tynagh, Loughrea . . . . Clonfert 

Larney, F., s.m., Jefferson College, James's Street 

Convent, P.O. Louisiana. 

Larney, James, s.m., Vice-President, Catholic Univer- 
sity School, 89 Lower Leeson Street, Dublin . . Dublin 
Laurence, F., o.s.f.c., Franciscan- Capuchin Friary, 

Church Street, Dublin . . . . . . Dublin 

Laurence, Fr., o.f.m., Chaplain, R.N. 
Laurent, F., e.m., St. Patrick's Church, Sydney, N.S.W. 
Lavelle, M., St. Columba's, Cloughballymore, Kilcolgan Tuam 
Lavelle, J. F , St. Muredach's College, Ballina . . Killala 

Lavelle, John, C.C., Drogheda . . . . . . Armagh 

Lavelle, E., C.C., Logboy, Ballyhaunis . . . . Tuam 

Laverty, Bernard J., P.P., St. Vincent's, Ligoniel, 

Belfast . . . . . . Down & Connor 

Laverty, Bernard, C.C., St. Patrick's, Belfast Down & Connor 

Laverty, Francis, P.P., Portglenone, Co. Antrim Down & Connor 

Lavery, John, c.m., St. Mary's Church, Lanark. 
Lavin, Thomas, C.C., Rooskey, Dromod . . . . Elphin 

Lawless, Charles, C.C., Blackrock, Co. Dublin . . Dublin 

Lawless, Nicholas, P.P., Faughart, Dundalk . . Armagh 

Lawless, P., s.m., C.U. School, 89 Lr. Leeson St., Dublin . Dublin 
Lawlor, P. B., o.f.m., Sydney, Australia. 
Lawton, Timothy, P.P., Leap . . . . . . Ross 

Leahy, Martin, P.P., Evrecourt, Ballinasloe . . Clonfert 

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NAME AND ADDRESS. DIOCESE, 

Leahy, Michael, C.C., Apkeaton, Co. Limerick . . Limerick 

Leahy, Patk., P.P., Kilnamartyra, Macroom . . Cloyne 

Leahy, P., C.C., Eyrecourt . . . . . . Clonfert 

Leahy, Thomas, o.m.i. (Provincial), House of Retreat, 

Inchicore . . . . . . . . . . Dublin 

Lebihan, G-., .<?.m., Our Lady of Victories, San Francisco 

(Cal.), U.S.A. 

Lebanteiller, H., s.m., Blenheim, New Zealand. 
Ledwith, Peter, P.P., Carrick, Finea, Graiiard . . Ardagh 

Lee, George, c.s.sp , St. Anne's, Millavale, Pa., U.S.A. 
Lee, John, P.P., Ki]fiiiane, Co. Limerick . . . . Limerick 

Lee, J., s.m-., St. Anne's, Underwood St., London, N.E. 

Lee, John, C.C., Gowna, Co. Cavan . . . . Ardagh 

Lee, Patrick (Canon), P.P., V.F.," Newcastle West . . Limerick 

Leech, Joseph, o.m.i., Holy Cross, Liverpool. 

Leen, D., c.s.sp., Rockwell College, Cashel . . . . Cashel 

Leen, E., c.s.sp., St. Mary's College, Rathmines . . Dublin 
Le Flem, C., s.m., Jefferson College, James's Street, 

Louisiana, U.S.A. 
Le Grand, J. M., s.m. (V. Sup.), 25 Isabella Street, 

Boston, U.S.A. 
Le Maitre, Edward, c.p. St. PauFsRetreat, Glen Osmond, 

Adelaide, S. A. 

Le Mesurier, Ignatius, c.p., Glen Osmond, Adelaide, S.A. 
Lenihan, D., C.C., Milltown, Co. Kerry . . . . Kerry 

Lennon, Albert, C.C., Courtmacuddy, -Enniscorthy . . Ferns 
Lennon, Francis, D.D., Dalkey . . . . ' . . Dublin 

Lennon, Francis, Manager, Industrial Piscatorial 

School, Baltimore, Co, Cork . . . . Ross 

Lennon, Henry, o.m.i., Great Prescott Street, London, E. 
Lennon, James, C.C., Markethill, Co. Armagh . . Armagh 

Lennon, John, P.P., Stradbally, Co. Waterford Waterford & Lismore 
Lennon, John (Canon), P.P.. V.G., Gorey . . . . Ferns 

Lennon, John J., C.C., Lurgan . . . . . . Dromore 

Lennon, Joseph, C.C., St. Mary's, Athlone . . . . Ardagh 

Lennon, Joseph, C.C., Elphin, Castlerea . . . . Elphin 

Lennon, J., B.D., C.C., Mountmellick, Queen's Co. Kildare & Leighlin 
Lennon, Peter, C.C., Kilskyre, Kells . . . . Meath 

Lentaigne, Victor, s.-f., Clongowes Wood College, 

Sallins, Co. Kildare . . . . . . Kildare & Leighlin 

Leo, Patrick, c.ss.r., Rector, Mt. St. Alphonsus, Limerick Limerick 
Leo, Fr., o./.w. (Guardian), Liberty Street, Cork . . Cork 
Leo, Fr., o.s.f.c., Franciscan -Capuchin Monastery, 

Rochestown, Cork . . . . . . Cork 

Leonard, James, C.C., Freemount, Co. Cork . . Cloyne 

Leonard, James, s.m-., St. Mary's College, Dundalk . . Armagh 
Leonard, Fr., o.s.f.c., Franciscan- Capuchin Friary, 

Father Mat hew Quay, Cork . . . . . . Cork 

Leonard, Fr., o.f.m. (Vicar), Limerick . . . . Limerick 

Leonard, John, P.P., Ardcath, Garristown . . . . Meath 

Leonard, Jos., c.m., St. Mary's Training College, 
Hammersmith. 



1920] THE CLERGY OF IRELAND. 403 

NAME AND ADDRESS. DIOCESE. 

Leonard, M., C.C., Kilkelly, Co. Mayo . . . . Achonry 

Leonard, Patrick, o.m.i., St. Conleith's, Philipstown, 

King's Co. .. .. .. Kildare & Leighlin 

Leonard, Timothy,.B.A., St. Columban's College, Shrule Galway 

Leopold, Fr., o.f.m., The Friary, Ennis . . . . Killaloe 

Lepetit, A., s.m., Fairlie, New Zealand. 

Levavasseur, M.,s.m., Iglesia San Cristobal, Pueblo, Mexico. 

Levins, J., s.m. a. (Director), Sacred Heart College, 

Ballinafad, Castlebar . . . . . . Tuam 

Leyden, D., C.C., Whitehouse, Belfast . . . .Down & Connor 

Lezer, F., s.m., House of Studies, Meanee, New Zealand. 

Liddane, Cornelius, c.s.sp., Calabar, Nigeria, B. W. Africa. 

Liddy, Hugh, C.C., Larne . . . . . . Down & Connor 

Lillis, George, C.C., Killimer, Co. Clare . . . . Killaloe 

Lillis, William, P.P., Lady's Bridge, . . Cloyne 

Lillis, Win., B.A. (Chaplain), Blind Asylum, Merrion Dublin 

Linehan, D., C.C., Abbeydorney, Tralee . . . . Kerry 

Linehan, Wm. C., B.A., Porterstown, Clonsilla . . Dublin 

Listen, James, C.C., Pallaskenry, Co. Limerick . . Limerick 

Listen, Thos. (Canon), P.P., Shanagolden, Co. Limerick Limerick 

Lisundia, Benedict, o.d.c. (Prior), The Abbey, Loughrea Clonfert 
Little, Robert, s.j. , Holy Name, Toomore, Brisbane. 
Lloyd, David, c.s.sp., Freetown, Sierra Leone, B. W. Africa. 

Lockhart, William, C.C., Glasthule, Co. Dublin . . Dublin 

Lockington, William, s.j. (Sup. Miss.), St. Ignatius', 

Richmond, Melbourne. 

Loftus, J. (Chaplain), Mountbellew . . . . Tuam 

Loftus, Martin, C.C., Cloonfad, Ballyhaunis . . Tuam 

Logan, Vincent, c.p., 50 Avenue Hoche, Paris. 

Logue, A., C.C., Glenties, Co. Donegal . . . . Raphoe 

Lonergan, Patrick, P.P., Knockanore, Tallow Waterford & Lismore 

Long, James, P.P., Moiiageer, Ferns, Co. Wexford - . Ferns 

Long, William, P.P., St. Michael's, Macroom . . Cork 

Lotige, Joseph (Sub-Prior), Hospice for Infirm Clergy, 

Ballyglunin, Co. Galway . . . . . . Tuam 

Loughlin, Patrick, P.P., Raheen, Mountrath Kildare & Leighlin 

Loughnan, Basil, s.j., Milltown Park . . . . Dublin 

Loughran, James, P.P., Ardboe, Stewarts town . . Armagh 

Loughran, John, D.D., C.C., Jonesboro', Newry . . Armagh 

Loughran, Patrick B., P.P., Dromintee, Newry . . Armagh 

Loughry, John J., C.C., Thomastown . . . . Ossory 

Louis, Fr., o.f.m., The Friary, Merchant's Quay . . Dublin 
Lowe, Joseph, c.m. (President), St. Stanislaus' College, 

Bathurst, N.S.W. 

Lowry, Ambrose, C.C., Conahy, Jenkinstown . . Ossory 

Lowry, Andrew, C.C., Lurgan . . . . . . Dromore 

Luke, Fr., o.s.f.c. (Custos Gen.), St. Francis's, Bend, 

Crook Co.. Oregon, U.S.A. 
Luke, Fr., o.f.m. (Prefect of Studies), Collegio de S. 

Isidoro, Via degli Artisti, Roma. 

Lydon, P., P.P., Shrule, Tuam . . . . . . Galway 



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[1920 



NAME AND ADDRESS. DIOCESE. 

Lynam, Ambrose, Adm., Carlow . . . . Kildare & Leighlin 

Lynani, J., C.C., Tullamore . . . . . . Meath 

Lynch, F., C.C., Tuam . . . . . . . . Tuam 

Lynch, Felix, C.C., Virginia . . . . . . Kilmore 

Lynch, Hugh, C.C., Granard . . . . . . Ardagh 

Lynch, J. M., B.D., B.A., C.C., Ballycastle . .Down & Connor 

Lynch, John, C.C., Tralee . . . . . . Kerry 

Lynch, John F., C.C., Brosna . . Kerry 

Lynch, J. L., o.f.m. t Franciscan Convent, Merchants' 

Quay, Dublin . . . . . . . . Dublin 

Lynch, M., B.A., Chaplain Convent, Bantry, Co. Cork Cork 
Lynch, N. J., c.s.sp., St. Alexander's Seminary, Quebec, 

Canada 

Lynch, Patrick M., P.P., Kildorrery . . . . Cloyne 

Lynch, P. J,, P.P,, Kilglass, Strokestown .. .. Elphin 

Lynch, Patrick J., c.ss.r., Malate, Manila, Phillipine 

Islands. 

Lynch, Patrick, c.w., St. Vincent's, Ashfield, Sydney, 

Lynch, Peter, P.P., Kilmore, Ballinagh, Co. Cavan . . Kilmore 

Lynch, Timothy, P.P., Kilmurry-M'Mahon, Co. Clare Killaloe 

Lynch, T., C.C.", Athenry . . . . . . Tuam 

Lyiie, Daniel, C.C., Rathgarogue, New Ross . . Ferna 

Lynott, Francis, C.C., Knockninny, Derryliss, Bel- 

turbet . . . . . . . . . . Kilmore 

Lyiie, T. J., Adm., Aunascaul, Dingle . . . . Kerry 

Lyons, Francis, s.j., St. Ignatius' College, Galway. . . Galway 

Lyons, John, P.P., Rath, Skibbereen, Co. Cork . . Ross 

Lyons, John J., o.c., St. Joseph's Industrial School, 

Ferryhouse, Clonmel . . . . Waterford & Lismore 

Lyons, Laurence, C.C., Lecanvey, Westport . . Tuam 

Lyons, Patrick (Canon), S.T.L., P.P., V.F., Ardee . . Armagh 



M'Adam, Eugene, P.P., Killeevan, Newbliss . . Clogher 

M'Aleese, John, P.P., Ballygalget. Co. Down . .Down & Connor 

M'Aleer, John J., P.P., Ravensdale, Dundalk . . Armagh 

M'Alinnev, Pius, o.p., S.T.L., Corpo Santo, Lisbon, Portugal. 
M'Alinney, T. A., P.P., Spiddal . . . . . . Galway 

M'Allister, D., C.C., Warrenpoint, Co. Down . . Dromore 

M'Allister, John, P.P., V.F., Kilkeel, Co. Down . .Down & Connor 

M'Allister, P., Rockwell College, Cashel . . . . Cashel 

M'Alpine, Patrick, Mgr. (Canon), P.P., V.G., Clifden Tuam 
M'Andrew, Bartholomew (Canon), ]?.P., Letterfrack, 

Galway . . . . . . . . . . Tuam 

M'Ardle, John, P.P., Cooley, Carlingford . . . . Armagh 

M'Ardle, Joseph, C.C., Pro-Cathedral, Marlboro' St. . . Dublin 
M'Ardle, P., s.m., St. Mary's College, Dundalk . . Armagh 

M'Ardle, Peter J., P,P,, Beragh, Co, Tyrone . . Armagh 



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NAME AND ADDRESS. DIOCESE. 

M'Ateer, A., C.C., St. Peter's, Belfast . . . .Down & Connor 

M'Ateer, E., C.C., Newry . . . . . . Dromore 

M'Ateer, John, C.C., Letterbarrow, Donegal . . Raphoe 

M'Ateer, John, Dioc. In., Letterkenny . . . . Raphoe 

McAuley, J., s.m., St. Mary's Hill, Paignton. 

M'Auley, Edward, C.C., Mullagh . . . . . . Kilmore 

McAuley, Eustace, c.p.> St. Mungo's Retreat, Parson 

Street, Glasgow. 

M'Auley, James F., B.A., P.P., Newtownards 
M'Auley, J. (Dean), St. Malachy's College, Belfast 
M'Auley, P. J., C.C., St. Matthew's, Belfast 
M'Auley, T. H., C.C., St. Malachy's, Belfast 
M'Auliffe, Patrick, P.P., Coachford, Co. Cork 
M'Auliffe, Patrick, C.C., B.A., Kilcullen, Co 
M'Bride, Francis. P.P., Glenavy, Co. Down 
M'Bride, J., C.C Bellaghy, Co. Derry 
M'Bride, J., C.C., Cloghan (Strabane), Co. Donegal 
M'Bride, John, C.C., Haggardstown, Dundalk 
iiT'"D-:^j^ T^U c* c* ri "K'in^^^i r*~ TV~, 



Down & Connor 
Down & Connor 
Down & Connor 
. .Down & Connor 

Cloyne 
Kildare Dublin 

. .Down & Connor 
Derry 
Raphoe 
Armagh 
Down & Connor 
Armagh 



M'Bride, John C., C.C., Kilkeel, Co. Down 

M'Brien, Thomas, S.T.L., C.C., Granemore, Tassagh . . 

M'Cabe, Bartle, P.P., Rossinver, Garrison, Co. 

Fermanagh . . . . . . . . . . Kilmore 

M'Cabe, H., P.P., Killesher, Florencecourt . . . . Kilmore 

M'Cabe, James, C.C., Bawnboy . . . . . . Kilmore 

M'Cabe, Joseph, o.c.c. (Prior), Middletown, New York. 

M'Cabe, Mathew, P.P., Drumshambo . . . . Ardagh 

M'Cabe, Patrick (Adm.), Ballymahon . . . . Ardagh 

M'Cabe, Patrick, Kiltyclogher, Enniskillen . . . . Kilmore 

M'Caffery, F. A., o.c.c., Middletown, New York. 

M'Cafferty, John, P.P., Stranorlar . . . . Raphoe 

M'Cafferty, Patrick, P.P. (Canon), Burtonport, Letter- 
kenny . . . . . . . . . . Raphoe 

M'Caffrey, Francis, C.C., B.A., Corduff, Carriokmacross Clogher. 
M'Caffrey, James (Monsignor), President, St Patrick's 

College, Maynooth . . . . . . . . Dublin 

M'Caffrey, M., s.m. a. (V.-Pres.), St. Joseph's Seminary, 

Blackrock Road, Cork . . . . . . Cork 

M'Caffrey, P. R., o.c.c., B.A., Port Adelaide, Australia. 
M'Callion, Wm., o.m.i,, Belmont House, Stillorgan . . Dublin 
M'Cambridge, Patrick, P.P., Killough, Co. Down . .Down & Connor 
M'Cann, Bernard, P.P., Martinstown, Co. Antrim . .Down & Connor 
M'Cann, James, s.j. (Vice-Rector), Clongowes Wood 

College, Sallins . . . . ... Kildare & Leighlin 

M'Cann, James, o.m.i., B.A., Belcamp Hall, Raheny . . Dublin 
M'Cann, J., c.ss.r., St. Joseph's, Dundalk . . . . Armagh 

M'Cann, P, V., C.C., St. Mary's, Drogheda . . . . Meath 

M'Cann, Thos., C.C., Kilkerley, Dundalk . . ... Armagh 

M'Carney, Patrick, C.C., St. Patrick's, Aughnacloy . . Clogher 
M'Carrick, Roger, B.A,, Diocesan College, Ballagha- 

dereen . . . . . . . . . . Achonry 



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[1920 



NAME AND ADDRESS. DIOCESE. 

M'Carroll, James, C.C., Enniskerry, Co. Wicklow . . Dublin 

M'Cartan, D., C.C., St. Paul's, Belfast . . . .Down & Connor 

M'Cartan, Edward, P.P. (Archdeacon), Seago, Lurgan Dromore 

M'Cartan, Patrick, C.C., Rathfriland . . . . Dromore 

M'Cartan, John, P.P., V.F., Cushendall, Co. Antrim . .Down & Connor 

M'Carthy, Alexander, c.m., St. Vincent's College, 
Castleknock 

M'Carthy, Charles, C.C., Effin, Kilmallock 

M'Carthy, Charles J., C.C., Belgooly, Kinsale 

M'Carthy, Daniel, c.m., St. Vincent's, Cork 

M'Carthy, 'Daniel, C.C., Clondrohid, Macroom 

M'Carthy, Denis, C.C , Camus, Costello, Co. Galway . . 

M'Carthy, Ed,, P.P., Glanworth, Co. Cork 

M'Carthy, Eugene, C.C., Presbytery, James's Street . . 

M'Carthy, Edmond R., C.C. y Loughill 

M'Carthy, Eugene, C.C., Aghada, Co. Cork 

M'Carthy, Florence (Retired), Causeway, Tralee 

M ; Carthy, Florence (Adm.), Skibbereen 

M'Carthy, Francis J. (Chaplain), St. Patrick's Incur- 
able Hospital, Cork 

M'Carthy, Jeremiah, C.C., B.A., Blackrock, Co. Dublin 

M'Carthy, John, C.C., Tracton, Co. Cork 

M'Carthy, John, Carrick-on-Suir . . 

M'Carthy, Joseph, C.C., Tipperary 

M'Carthy, Michael, P.P., Kilbenny, Mitchelstown 

M'Carthy, Patrick, s.j., St. Aloysius College, Sydney. 

M'Carthy, Richard (Canon), P.P., V.F., Kinsale ' 

M'Carthy, T., s.m., Missionary House, Temuka, New 
Zealand. 

M'Carthy, Timothy, C.C., Glounthaune, Co. Cork 

M'Carthy, Vincent (President), c.m., St. Vincent's 
College, Castleknock 

M'Carthy, William X. (Chaplain), Little Sisters of the 
Poor, Montenotte, Cork. 

M'Carvill, Michael (Chaplain), St. Joseph's Orphanage 
Bundoran 

M'Cashin, Mark, P.P., V.F., Blaris, Lisburn 

M'Caughan, J. (Prof. ), St. Malachy 's College, Belfast . 

M'Caughey, John, C.C., Lisnaskea 

M'Caul, P. D. (President), St. Eunan's, Letterkenny , 

M'Cauley, Edward, C.C., Mullagh, Kells . . 

M'Clean, P., B.A., C.C., Lisdoonvarna 

M'Cleary, Patrick A., P.P., Devenish, Belleek 

M'Clory, ML, C.C., Banbridge, Co, Down 

M'Cluskey, Columba, 0.73. -St. Thomas' College, 

Newbridge, Co. Kildare . . . . Kildare & Leighlin 

M'Connell, Francis, S.T.L. (Prof.), St. Macarten's Semi- 
nary, Monaghan . . . . . . . . Clogher 

M'Connell, James, C.C., Antrim .. .. . .Down & Connor 

M'Conologue, John, P.P., Killeter, Castlederg . . Derry 

M'Connelloge, T., C.C., Burt, Derry . . . . Derry 



Dublin 

Limerick 

Cork 

Cork 

Cloyne 

Galway 

Cloyne 

Dublin 

Limerick 

Cloyne 

Kerry 

Ross 

Cork 
Dublin 
Cork 

Waterford & Lismore 
Cashel 
Cashel 

Cork 



Cork 
Dublin 



Cork 

Clogher 
. Down & Connor 
.Down & Connor 
. Clogher 

Raphoe 

Kiimore 

Kilfenora 

Clogher 
. Drornore 



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407 



NAME AND ADDRESS. DIOCESE. 

M'Connon, Patrick, C.C., Inniskeen . . . . Clogher 

M'Conville, E., C.C., Rostrevor .. .. .. Dromore 

M'Conville, Michael B. (Dean), P.P., V.G., Lurgan . . Dromore 
M'Conville, Patrick, P.P., Glen, Newry . . . . Dromore 

M'Cormack, Aidan, C.C., Kilteely, Enniscorthy . . Ferns 

M'Cormack, Edward, B.A., B.D., St. Mel's College, 

Longford . . . . . . . . Ardagh 

M'Cormack, J., C.C., Clara, King's Co. . . . . Meath 

M'Cormack, Thomas, C.C., Holycross, Thurles . . Cashel 

M'Cormack, William, s.j., St. Ignatius -College, Galway Galway 
M'Cormick, P. D., o.p., Holy Cross, Sligo . . . . Elphin 

M'Cormick, Terence, C.C., Knockbride, Bailieboro' . . Kilmore 
M'Corry, George, C.C., Hilltown, Newry . . . . Dromore 

M'Corry, J., C.C., Dromara, Co. Down . . . . Dromore 

M'Cotter, Thomas, P.P., M.A., Antrim . . . .Down & Connor 

M'Cooey, James, C.C., Mell, Drogheda- . . . . Armagh 

M'Coy, Mortimer, P.P., Ardpatrick, Kilmallock . . Limerick 

M'Coy, N., o.s.a., Cairns, Queensland, North Australia. 
M'Crea, D. F., P.P., Kilrea . . . . . . Derry 

M'Cready, John, C.C., Quin, Co. Clare . . . . Killaloe 

M'Cudden, R., C.C., St. Mary's, King Street, Belfast 

Down & Connor 

M'Cullagh, Francis, P.P., Culdaff, Co. Donegal . . Derry 

M'Cullagh, P., C.C., Desertmartin, Co. Derry . . Derry 

M'Culla, Thomas, P.P., Termonfeckin, Drogheda . . Armagh 

M'Cullagh, William J., P.P., Douglas, Cork . . Cork " 

M'Cullen, Richard, B.D. (Diocesan Catechist), Mullingar Meath 

M'Cumiskey, P., C.C., Annaclone, Banbridge . . Dromore 

M'Cunnin, Angelo, c.p., St. Saviour's Retreat, Broad- 
way, Worcestershire. 
M'Curtin, Patrick, s.j., St. Ignatius' College, Riverview, 

Sydney. 

M'Cusker, Owen, o.c., St. Albans, Cardiff, Wales. 

M'Daid, James, C.C., Ballyshannon . . . . Raphoe 

M'Darby, Gabriel, c.p. 50 Avenue Hoche, Paris. 
M'Dermott, Henry, c.s. sp., Duquesne University, Pittsburg, U.S.A. 
M'Dermott, Christopher, c.ss.r. St. Mary's, Windouree,Ballarat, Victoria 

M'Dermott, Francis, P.P., Ballinlough, Co. Roscommon Tuam 

M'Dermott, John (Canon), P.P., Elphin, Castlerea . . Elphin 

M'Dermott, John, C.C., Pettigo . . . . . . Clogher 

M'Dermott, John P., B.D., C.C., B ally james duff .. Kilmore 

M'Dermott, J., P.P., Croghan, Boyle . . . . Elphin 

M'Dermott, Michael, O.C., Keady/Co Armagh . . Armagh 

M'Dermott, J. D., o.c.c., Carmelite Convent 56 Aungier 

Street, Dublin . . . . . . . . Dublin 

M'Dermott. Patrick, c.s.sp., Duquesne University, Pitts- 
burg, U.S.A. 

M'Dermott, Terence, C.C,, Drumkeerin, . . . . Kilmore 

M'Dermott, Thomas J., o.c.c., Whitefriar Street . . Dublin 

M'Devitt, C., C.C., Meenacross, Dungloe . . . . Raphoe ' 

M'Donald, A., c.s.sp., Blackrock College, Dublin . . Dublin 



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NAME AND ADDRESS. . DIOCESE. 

M'Donald, Charles (Canon), P.P., V.F., Cookstown . . Armagh 

M'Donald, E., Britfieldstown, Minaiie Bridge, Co. Cork Cork 
M'Donald Hugh, C.C., Devenish, Belleek, Co Fermanagh Clogher 
M'Donald, Hyacinth, o.p., Port of Spain, Trinidad, B.W.I. 
M'Donald, -Laurence, C.C., Portarlington Kildare & Leighlin 
M'Donald, Michael (Canon), P.P., V.F., Newport, Co. 

Mayo . . . . . . . . . . Tuam 

M'Donald, Michael, C.C., Loop, Moneymore, Co. Derry Armagh 

M'Donald, Patrick (retired), Coolaney, Co. Sligo . . Achonry 
M'Donald, Patrick, C.C., Bunnoe, Cootehill . . Kilmore 

M'Donald, Thomas, C.C., Portadown, Co. Armagh . . Armagh 
M'Donald, Thomas (Adm), St. Peter's, Belfast . .Down & Connor 

M'Donald, Walter, D.D. (Prof.), Maynooth College . . Dublin 

M'Donald, Walter, C.C., Dalymount, Phibsboro' . . Dublin 

M'Donnell, John, c.ss.r., Mount St. Alphonsus . . Limerick 

M'Donnell, A., s.m., Blenheim, New Zealand. 

M'Donnell, Anthony, C.C., St. Peter's, Drogheda . . Armagh 
M'Donnell, Daniel, P.P., St. Brigid's, Derryvolgie 

Avenue, Belfast . . . . . . Down & Connor 

M'Donnell, H., s.m., V.S., St. Patrick's College, 

Wellington, N.Z. 

M'Donnell, James, c.s.sp., Port of Spain, Trinidad. 

M'Donnell, James, P.P., Siieem, Kenmare . . . . Kerry 

M'Donnell, James, C.C., Templederry . . . . Killaloe 

M'Donnell, James, c.m., St. Vincent's, Sunday's Well, 

Cork .. .. .. .. Cork 

M'Donnell, John, s.j., House of Studies, Milltown Park Dublin 

M'Donnell, John (Canon), P.P., V.F., Dingle . . Kerry 

M'Donnell, John, P.P., Kildress, Cookstown . . Armagh 

M'Donnell, John (Canon), P.P., Killasser, Swmford . . Achonry 
M'Donnell, Joseph, s.j., Belvedere College, Great 

Denmark Street, Dublin . . . . . . Dublin 

M'Donnell, Joseph, C.C., Castlebellingham . . . . Armagh 

M'Donnell, Ml., C.C., Ballymacelligot . . . . Kerry 

M'Donnell, Patrick (Chancellor), P.P., Bundoran .. Clogher 

M'Donnell, Patrick, C.C., 126 Harold's Cross . . Dublin 

M'Donnell, Peter Paul, c.p., St. Joseph's Retreat, 

Highgate Hill, London, W. 

M'Donnell, Richard, C.C., Jenkinstown, Dundalk . . Armagh 

M'Dwyer, Hugh, P.P., Carrick, Co. Donegal . . Raphoe 

M'Eldowney, John, P.P., Faughanvale, Eglinton . . Derry 

M'Eleavey, Eugene, P.P., Moneymore, Co. Derry . . Armagh 
M'Elligott, Patk., c.m., St. Vincent's, Sheffield. 

M'Eneiry, John, C.C., Newcastle, Clonmel Waterford & Lismore 

M'Entee, Hugh, C.C., Templeport, Bawnboy . . Kilmore 

M'Erlean, John, s.j., 35 Lr. Leeson St., Dublin . . Dublin 

M'Evilly, Martin, C.C., Ballyhaunis . . . . Tuam 

M'Evilly, Michael, B.A., C.G , Gorumna,.Co. Galway . . Tuam 
M'Evoy, Daniel, Adm., Holy Family Presbytery, 

Newington, Belfast . . . . . .Down & Connor 

M'Evoy, Hugh, P.P., Maralin, Lurgan . . . . Dromore 



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NAME AND ADDRESS. 



DIOCESE. 



M'Evoy, Owen, C.C., Tenure, Dunleer, Co. Louth . . Armagh 

M'Evoy, Peter, C.C., Lurgan . . . . . . Dromore 

M'Evoy, Vincent, o.p., St. Laurence's, Adelaide, S. Australia. 

M'Fadden, S., o.s.a. Orlagh, Co. Dublin . . . . Dublin 

M'Faul, Chas., C.C., Omagh 

M'Feely, William B., P.P., B.D., Waterside, Derry 

M'Garry, Bernard, P.P., Saul, Downpatrick 

M'Garvey, Bernard, C.C., Threemilehouse, Monaghan 

M'Garry, James, Military Chaplain 

M'Gauran, John, P.P., Drumreilly, Lr., Ballinamore 

M'Gauran, Louis, 0.29., Newbridge College 

M'Gauran, Michael, P.P., Tierworker, Bailieboro' 



Derry 
Derry 

.Down & Connor 
Clogher 
Derry 
Kilmore 

Kildare & Leighlin 
Kilmore 



M'Gauran, Patrick, P.P., V.F., Milltown, Belturbet . . Kilmore 
M'Gauran, Thomas E., P.P., Killinagh, Blacklion, Ennis- 

killen . . . . . . . . Kilmore 

M'Gaver, Anthony,?. P., Drumcong, Carrick-on- Shannon Ardagh 

M'Geown, Michael, P.P., Greencastle, Tyrone . . Derry 

M'Geown, Peter, C.C., Kilrea, Co. Derry . . . . Derry 

M'Gettigan, J., s.m.a. (Vice- Provincial and President), 

St. Joseph's Seminary, Blackrock Road, Cork . . Cork 

M'Gettigan, John, C.C.. Bishop's House, Derry . . Derry 

M'Gibney, Patrick, C.C., Ballintrillick, Cliff oney, Co. 

Sligo . . . . . . . . . . Kilmore 

M'Gillicuddy, Denis, P.P., Kilgarvan, Kenmare . . Kerry 

M'Gilloway, A., C.C., Coleraine . . . . . Derry 

M'Ginn, John, o.c., The Mount, Wadhurst, Sussex. 

M'Ginn, William, C.C., Warrenpoint . . Dromore 

M'Ginley, Daniel, P.P., St. Johnston's, Derry . . Raphoe 

M'Ginley, James, (Canon), D.D., (Dean), Maynooth 

College . . . . . . . . . . Dublin 

M'Givern, E., C.C., Hilltown, Co. Down . . . . Dromore 

M'Givern, Henry, C.C., Laurencetown, Gilford . . Dromore 

M'Givney, Jos., C.C., Moyne, Arva . . . . Ardagh 

M'Givney, Peter, P.P., Carrickedmond, Tashinny, 

Longford . . . . . . . . Ardagh 

M'Givney, Peter, C.C., Clonaphilip, Virginia . . Kilmore 

M'Glade, James, P.P., Limavady . . . . . . Derry 

M'Glinchey, Cha3., Bunbeg .. .. .. Raphoe 

M'Glinchy, John, P.P., Donemana, Strabane, Tyrone Derry 
M'Glinchy, P. (Chaplain), Convent of Good Shepherd, 

Waterside, Derry . . . . . . . . Derry 

M'Glinchey, James (Dean), St. Columb's College, Derry Derry 

M'Gloin, Michael, C.C., Strokestown . . . . Elphin 

M'Glone, Michael (Canon), P.P., Roslea, Co. Fermanagh Clogher 

M'Goldrick, John, C.C., Loughglynn, Castlerea . . Elphin 

M'Glynn, Hugh, C.C., St. Eugene's, Derry . . . . Derry 

M'Glynn, James, C.C., Culdaff, Donegal . . . . Derry 

M'Glynn, John, B.A., L.S.T., B.C.L., St. Eunaii's, 

College, Lotterkenny ... .. .. Raphoe 

M'Glynn, William, c.m,, St. Vincent's College, Castle- 
knock, Dublin . . . . . . . . Dublin 



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NAME AND ADDRESS. DIOCESE. 

M'Goerty, James, P.P., Plumb ridge, Tyrone . . Derry 

M'Goey, Thomas, P.P., Street, Rathowen . . . . Ardagh 

M'Gonigle, Joseph, B.A., C.C., Killybegs . . . . Raphoe 

M'Golrick, T., o.s.a., St. Patrick's/Rome. 

M'Gough, Edward J., C.C., Glasthule, Co. Dublin . . Dublin 

M'Gough, E., C.C., Athenry . . . . . . Tuam 

M'Gough, Percy, C.C., B.D., Presbytery, Haddingtoii 

Road . . . . . . . . . . Dublin 

M'Govern, John, o.p., St. Saviour's Priory, Waterford Waterford & 

Lismore 
M'Gowan, Francis, C.C., Mount Herbert House, 

Tullaghan, Bundoran . . ... . . Kilmore 

M'Gowan, M. P., o.c.c., Ss. Celso e Giuliano, Eome. 

M'Gowan, J., C.C., Boyle . . . . . . Elphin 

M'Gowan, J., C.C., Dring, Granard . . . . Ardagh 

M'Gowan, John, C.C., Knockloghrim, Co. Derry . . Derry 
M'Gowan, P., C.C., "Mantua, Castlerea . . . . Elphin 

M'Grath, Bernard (Chaplain), Ballyoate, Mullingar . . Meath 
M'Grath, Denis (Canon), B.D., B.C.L., President, St. 

Macartan's Seminary, Monaghan . . . . Clogher 

M'Grath, Denis, C.C., Kilmacud, Stillorgan . . Dublin 

M'Grath, Denis, C.C., Ballymacarbery, Clonmel Waterford & Lismore 
M Grath, E., s.m., Jefferson College, La., U.S.A. 
M'Grath, Francis, C.C., Caher, Feakle . . . . Killaloe 

M'Grath, Ignatius, o.d.c., ( Prior), St. Teresa's, Clarendon 

Street . . . . . . . . . . Dublin 

M'Grath, J., C.C., Toomebridge .. ... . .Down & Connor 

M'Grath, Jeremiah, C.C:, Ballyferriter, Dingle . . Kerry 

M'Grath, John, C.C., Golden . . . . . . Cashel 

M'Grath, John, C.C., Hcrbertstown, Knocklong . . Cashel 

M'Grath, Jn., c.s.sp., Rockwell College, Cashel . . Cashel 

M'Grath, K., s.m.. Nelson, N.Z. 

M'Grath, Marcus, C.C, Clare Castle 

M'Grath, Marcus, c.ss.r., St. Mary's. Windouree, 

Ballarat, Victoria. 

M'Grath, M. A., o.s.a., D.D. St. Augustine's, Cork 
M'Grath, Michael, C.C., Ballycallan, Kilkenny 
M'Grath, Michael, s.j., Ore Place, Hastings. 
M-Grath, P. F., C.C., St. Mary's, Clonmel Waterford & Lismore 

M'Grath, Patrick, s.j., St. Aloysius', Sevenhill, South 

Australia. 
M'Grath, Patrick, C.C., B.A., Presbytery, lona Road, 

Drumcondra 

M'Grath, Thomas, C.C., Newry 

M'Grath, Thomas (Chaplain), St. Anne's, S.C.R., Dublin 
M'Grath, Thomas, s.j., Loyola House, Greenwich Road, 

Sydney. 
M'Grath, Thomas, c.m., St. Joseph's, Blackrock 



Killaloe 



Dublin 
Cssory 



Dublin 

Dromore 

Dublin 



Dublin 



M'Grattan, Thos., B.A., Glenarm, Co. Antrim Down & Connor 

M'Griskin, Patrick, P.P., Glengevlin, Carrick-on- 

Shannon . . . . T. . . . . Kilmore 



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NAME AND ADDRESS. DIOCESE. 

M'Groarty, J., C.C., Kincasslagh, Co. Donegal . . Raphoe 

M'Guckin, James, B,A., Chaplain. South Presentation 

Convent, Cork . . . . . . . . Cork 

M'Guckin, S. (Diocesan Inspector), Shanakiel, Cork . . Cork 

M'Guigan, H., C.C., B.A., Rock, Derryaghy Down & Connor 

M'Guiggan, Ml., C.C., Washingbay, Coalisland . . Armagh 

M 'Guinness, John, c.m., Irish College, Paris. 

M'Guire, Francis, C.C., Loughduff, Cavan . . . . Ardagh 

M'Guire, G., Chaplain, Expeditionary Army . . Elphin 

M'Guire, Thomas (Canon), P.P., V.G., Granard . . Ardagh 

M'Guirk, John, C.C., B.A., Bray, Co. Wicklow . . Dublin 

M'Guone, Michael, C.C., Armagh . . . . Armagh 

M'Gurk, Bernard (Mgr.), P.P., V.G., Maghera, Derry Deny 
M'Gurk, J., c.s.sp., Irish Mission Band, Philadelphia, U.S.A. 

M'Gurk, Peter, C.C., Garvagh, Co. Derry . . . . Derry 

M'Hale, Anthony (Canon), P.P., V.G., Crossmolina . . Killala 

M'Hale, Michael, P.P., Kilmore Erris, Belmullet . . KiUala 
M'Hugh, D., Chaplain, Expeditionary Force, France. 

M'Hughj John, c.ss.r., Esker ? Athenry . . . . Clonfert 

M'Hugh, Cor., C.C., Mullaghmore, Cliff oney . . Elphin 

M'Hugh, Michael, P.P., Carna, Galway . . . . Tuam 

M'Hugh, Michael, P.P., Crossboyne, Claremorris . . Tuam 

M'Hugh, Michael, Chinese Mission, Shrule . . . . Galway 

M'Hugh, Patrick, C.C.. Carna, Recess, Co. Galway . . Tuam 

M'Hugh, Patrick J., C.C., Aghagower, Westport . . Tuam 

M'Hugh, Redmond, P.P., V.F., Castlegar, Galway (City) Galway 

M'Inerney, M. H. o.p., St. Mary's, Tallaght, Dublin . . Dublin 

M'Inerney, John (Dean), P.P., V.G., Kilrush . . Killaloe 

M'Inerney, J.. C.C., Scariff . . . . . . Killaloe 

M'Intyre, Arthur, o.m.i., Mount St. Mary's, Leeds. 
M'Intyre, Edmund, c.p., St. Saviour's Retreat, Broad- 
way, Worcestershire. 

M'Intyre, J., C.C., Dungloe. Co. Donegal . . . . Raphoe 

M'Kay, George, P.P., Carrickfergus . . Down & Connor 

M'Kean, Patrick, P.P., Presbytery, Aghabog, Latna- 

mard, Newbliss . . . . . . . . Clogher 

M'Kee, John, C.C., Kilclief, Strangford, Co. Down . .Down & Connor 

M'Keefry, Joseph, P.P., Killygordon, Co. Donegal . . Derry 

M'Keefry, Patrick, P.P., Banagher, Derry . . . . Derry 

M'Keever, J., C.C., Coole, Westm-ath . . . . Meath 

M'Kenna, Bernard, C.C., Kilbrittain, Co. Cork . . Cork 

M'Kenna, Charles (Adm.), St. Joseph's, Pilot Street, 

Belfast . . . . . . . . . . Down & Connor 

M'Kenna, Felix (Canon), P.P., Castleblayney . . Clogher 

M'Kenna, Felix, C.C., Newbliss, Co. Monaghan . . Clogher 

M'Kenna, James E., P.P., Dromore, Co. Tyrone . . Clogher 

M'Kenna, James P., C.C., Scotstown, Monaghan . . Clogher 

M'Kenna, John, P.P., Errigal Truagh, Emyvale . . Clogher 

M'Kenna, J., s.m., St. Mary's College, Dundalk . . Armagh 

M'Kenna, John, C.C., Mountjoy, Omagh . . . . Derry 

M'Kenna, John, C.C., Killeter, Co. Tyrone . . . . Derry 



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NAME AND ADDRESS. 



DIOCESE. 



M'Kenna, John, C.C., Bornacoola, Dromod . . Ardagh 

M'Kenna, John, St. Macarten's Seminary, Monaghan Clogher 
M'Kenna, Lambert, s.j., Belvedere College, Great 

Denmark Street . . . . . . . . Dublin 

M'Kenna, M., s.m., 14 Kew Gardens Road, Kew, 

Surrey. 

M'Kenna, M., C.C., Clonmany, Co. Deny . . . . Deny 

M'Kenna, J., C.C., Kilmurray-i-brickane . . . . Killaloe 

M'Kenna, Paul, o.p., S.T.B., St. Mary's Priory, Tal- 

laght, Co. Dublin . . . . . . . . Dublin 

M'Kenna, Paul, C.C., Aghadowey, Ballymoney . . Derry 

M'Kenna, Patrick, c.m., St. Vincent's, Ashfield, 

Sydney, N.S.W. 

M'Keown, Kevin, c.p.. Army Chaplain. 

M'Keown, Leo, B.A., Kircubbin, Co. Down Down & Connor 

M'Keown, P., s.m., St. Mary's Hill, Paignton. 

M'Keon, John F., St. Patrick's College, Cavan . . Kilmore 

M'Keon, John, C.C., Gurteen, Ballymote, Co. Sligo . . Achonry 
M'Keone, James, S.T.L., Adm., St. Patrick's, Dundalk Armagh 
M'Kernan, P., B.A., B.D.; The Academy; Dungannon Armagh 
M'Kiernan, Francis, P.P., V.F., Ballinamore . . Kilmore 

M'Kiernan, Linus, c.p., Marysmount, Goulburn, N.S.W. 
M'Killop, Albert, c.p., St. Joseph's Retreat. Highgate 

Hill, London, N. 

M'Killop, D., s.j,, St. Ignatius', Norwood, Adelaide. 
M'Killop, G., C.C., B.A., St. Briaid's, Belfast . .Down & Connor 

M'Killop, Patrick, P.P., Aghagallon, Lurgan , . .Down & Connor 

M'Kinlay, A., P.P., Rathlin Island, Ballycastle, Co. 

Antrim . . . . . . . . Down & Connor 

M'Kinley, John, P.P., B.A., V.F., St. Malachy's, 

Alfred Street, Belfast . . . . . . Down & Connor 

M'Kinny, John, P.P., Dromgoolan Lower, Gargory, 

Banbridge . . . . . . Dromore 

M'Laughlin, John, C.C., Cookstown, Co. Tyrone . . Armagh 
M'Laughlin, John, C.C., Moville, Co. Donegal . . Derry 

M'Laughlin, Michael, C.C., Lisburn . . . .Down & Connor 

M'Laughlin, William, P.P., Newtownstewart . . Derry 

MacLaverty, J. J., P.P., Glenarm . . . . . .Down & Connor 

M'Laverty, J., C.C., Toome Bridge . . . . Down & Connor 

M'Laverty, P. J., C.C., Holy wood, Co. Down . .Down & Connor 

M'Lister, J., C.C., St. Paul's Belfast . . . .Down & Connor 

M'Loone, Hugh, P.P., Dunfanaghy, Co. Donegal . . Raphoe 
M'Loughlin., Edward, c.ss.r., St. Joseph's, Dundalk . . Armagh 
M'Loughlin, James, c.ss r., Mount St. Alphonsus . . Limerick 
M'Loughlin, Michael, c.ss.r., Clonard Monaster} r , Bel- 
fast . . . . . . . . . .Down & Connor 

M'Loughlin, Michael, P.P., Ardagh, Ballina . . . Killala 

M'Loughlin, Ml., C.C.. Belturbet . . . . . . Kilmore 

M'Loughlin, Paul, P.P., Dopleague, P.O., Castlebar . . Tuam 
M'Loughlin, Stanislaus, s.j. (Vice-Rector), Belvedere 

College, Great Denmark Street, Dublin . . Dublin 



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NAME AND ADDRESS. DIOCESE. 

M'Loughlin, Thos., sj., Mill town Park .. .. Dublin 

M'Mahon, B,, C.C., Lorrha, Birr . . . . . . Killaloe 

M'Mahon, Bernard, C.C., B.D., B. Can. L., Dolphin's 

Barn . . . . . . . . . . Dublin 

M'Mahon, Eugene, P.P., (Canon), Cleenish, Arney, 

Enniskillen . . . . . . . . Clogher 

M'Mahon, Francis, P.P., Carrigaholt . . . . Kill aloe 

MacMahon, John (Caaon), P.P., V.G., Nenagh . . Killalor 

M'Mahon, John, C.C., St. Andrew's, Westland Row . . Dublin 
M'Mahon, Matthew, B.A. (Dean), Holy Cross College, 

Clonliffe, Dublin . . . . . . . . Dublin 

M'Mahon, Thomas,, B.A., Kina.wley, Swanlibar . . Kilmore 



M'Manus, Charles, o.m.i., 106 Constitution Street, Leith. 



M'Manus, Daniel, Killargue, Sligo 
M'Manus, Denis, C.C., Blacklion, Enniskillen 
M'Manus, Francis, C.C., Enniskillen 
M'Manus, James, C.C., Trillick, Co. Tyrone . , 
M'Manus, John, C.C., Kilbeg, Kells 
M'Manus, M., B.D., C.C., Dunshaughlin 
M'Manus, Patrick, East Bars, Glenfarne 



Kilmore 

Kilrnore 

Clogher 

Clogher 

Meatti 

Meath 

Kilmore 



M'Manus, Vincent, c.ss.r., St. Mary's, Windouree, Victoria 

M'Master, A., C.C., Park, Derry . . . . . . Derry 

M'Meel, Hugh, P.P., Latton, Co. Monaghan . . Clogher 

M'Meel, George (Canon), P.P., D.D., Clones . . Clogher 

M'Meel, Patrick, P.P., Eskra, Omagh . . . . Clogher 

M'Menamin, Cornelius, P.P., Kilmacrenan, Co. 

Donegal . . . . . . Raphoe 

M'Menamin, Owen, St. Cohimb's College, - Derry .. Derry 

M'Menamin, Michael, C.C., Claudy, Derry . . . . Derry 

M'Morrow, Patrick, P.P., V.F., Drumkerin, Co. Leitrim Kilmore 
M'Mullan, Alexander, c.ss.r. (Superior), Redemptorist 

College, St. Clement's, Geeiong, N.S.W. 
M'Mullan, John, c.p. (Provincial), Mount Argus, 

Harold's Cross . . . . . . . . Dublin 

M'Mullan, Theodore, c.p., St. Mary's, Retreat, Har- 

borne, Birmingham. 

M'Mullen, Patrick, C.C., Stranorlar, Co. Donegal . . Raphoe 

M'Mullen, M., C.C., Milford, Letterkenny . . Raphoe 

M'Nab, A., B.A., C.C., Rasharkin . . . .Down & Connor 

M'Nally, Felix (Canon), P.P., Mountain Lodge, 

Newry . . . . . . . . . . Armagh 

MacNama, Peter, C.C., Bangor Erris . . _ .. Killala 

MacNama, Lewis, B.A., C.C., Easkey . . . . Killala 

M'Namara, A., C.C., Ballynacally, Co. Clare . . Killaloe 

M'Namara, Charles (Dean), P.P., V.G., Bruff . . Limerick 

M'Namara, Cornelius, P.P., Tullaherin. Thomastown Ossory 

M'Namara, D., C.C., Coolmeen, Ennis . . . . Killaloe 

McNamara, F , s.m.a., Ballinafad. College, Castlebar Tuam 

M'Namara, John (Canon), P.P., Bodyke, Co. Clare . . Killaloa 
M'Namara, John, c.ss.r., Clonard, Belfast . . Down & Connor 



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NAME AND ADDRESS. 



DIOCESE. 



M'Namara. Michael, o.m.i., 106 Constitution Street, 

Leith, N.B. 

M'Namara, Michael,C.C., Cullohill, Rathdowney . . Ossory 

M'Namara, Patrick, C.C., Ballygran, Charleville . . Limerick 

M'Namara, Patrick, C.C., Ballymoney, Co. Antrim Down & Connor 
M'Namara, P. S., o.f.m., S.T.L., Sydney, Australia. 

M'Namee, Bernard, C.C., St. Paul's, Belfast . . Down & Connor 

M'Namee, Ed., B.D., C.C,, Omeath, Newry . . . . Armagh 

M'Namee, B., C.C., Park. Derry . . . . Derrv 

M'Namee, James J., B.D., C.C., Monaghan . . Clogher 

M'Namee, Peter, P.P., V.F., Bellaghy, Co. Derry . . Derry 

M'Namee, Peter, P.P., Castletown-Geoghegan . . Meath 

M'Neece, Felix, P.P., Mullavilly, Tanderagee . . Armagh 

M'Neely, Wm., D.D., C.F., France . . . . Raphoe 

M'Nelis, Peter, C.C., Galb alley, Pomeroy . . . . Armagh 

M'Nevin, Thomas, C.C., 47 Westland Row . . . . Dublin 

M'Nulty, Stephen, C.C., Darver, Castlebellingham . . Armagh 

M'Oscar, Hugh, C.C., Tallanstown, Ardee . . . . Armagh 

M'Oscar, J. A., C.C., Cros.smaglen . . . . Armagh 

M'Oscar, P., a.m. (Superior), Atlanta, Ga., U.S.A. 

M'Peake, Alex., C.C., Stonebridge, Co. Armagh . . Armagh 

M'Phillips, James, P.P., Scotstown, Co. Monaghan Clogher 

M'Phillips, Patrick, C.C., Drumkerin . . . . Kilmore 

M'Polin, Owen, C.F. . . . . . . . . Dromore 

M'Polin, Eugene, C.C., Derrymacash, Lurgan . . Dromore 

M'Polin, Murtagh (Canon), P.P., Loughbrickland, Co. 

Down . . . . . . . . . . Dromore 

M'Quaid, Patrick, C.C., Army alia, Co. Monaghan . . Clogher 

M'Quaid, Patrick, P.P., Tyholland . . . . Clogher 

M'Quillan, Peter, o.p., Port of Spain, Trinidad, B.W.I. 
M'Quillan, Vincent, c.m., St. Vincent's College, Castle- 

knock . . . . . . . . . . Dublin 

M'Rory, James, C.C., Lmiavady . . . . . . Darry 

M'Rory, Patrick, P.P., Middletown, Co. Armagh . . Armagh 

M'Rorey, E., C.C., Laurencetown, Gilford . . Dromore 

M 'Shane, James, C.C., Donegal . . . . . . Raphoe 

M'Shane, John (President), St. Columb's College, Derry Deny 

M'Shane, Peter, P.P., Ballygawley, Co. Tvrone . . Armagh 

McSheahan, S. J., Milltown Park . . . . . . Dublin 

M'Sorley, J. S., o.p., Holy Cross Abbey, Sligo . . Elphin 

M'Sparran, John } C.C., B.A., Aughagallon, Lurgan . .Down & Connor 
M'Sweeiiey, Eugene, B.A., 41 Philipsburg Avenue, 

Fairview . . . . . . . . . . Dublin 

M'Sweeney, Michael T., C.C., B.A., Sandymount . . Dublin 
M'Sweeiiey, Patrick, M.A. (Prof.), St. Patrick's College, 

Maynooth . . . . . . . . Dublin 

M'Sweeney, Pierce, P.P., Liscarroll, Churchtown . . Cloyne 

M'Swiggan, John, P.P., Chapelizod . . . . Dublin 

M'Swiney, J. M., P.P., Meath Street, Dublin . . Dublin 

M'Swiney, John, o.s.a., (Prior), New Ross . . Ferns 



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NAME AND ADDRESS. DIOCESE. 

M'Swiney, John, C.C , Bandcm . . . . . . Cork 

M'Swiney, Matt., SS. Peter and Paul's, Cork . . Cork 

McSwiney Patrick, M.A., B.D., St. Finbarr's College 

Farranferris, Cork . . . . . . . . Cork 

M'Swiney, Patrick C., C.C., South Parish, Cork . . Cork 

M'Ternan, Michael, P.P., Glennade, Kinlough Kilmore 

M'Verry, Francis, C.C., Lissan, Cookstown . . . . Armagh 

M'Vicar, Francis, s.m. (President), 89 Lower Leeson 

Street, Dublin . . . . . . . . Dublin 

M' Williams, Bernard, C.C., Woodend, Strabane . . Derry 



M' Williams, David, Newcastle, Co. Down 



. . Down & Connor 



M'Williams, Patrick, a.j., Crescent College, Limerick Limerick 

M' William, Thomas (Canon), P.P., Clonoe, Coalisland Armagh 
Macardle, Andrew, s.j., St. Francis Xavier's, Upper 

Gardiner Street, Dublin . . . . . . Dublin 

MacEviliy, Michael, B.A., Tiernea, Lettermore, Co. 

Galway . . . . . . . . . Dublin 

M'Gibney, Patrick, C.C., Glenade, Kinlough, Bundoran Kilmore 
MacGowan, E. V., P.P., Ahoghill . . . .Down & Connor 

MacGowan, Thomas, P.P., Ballyclare, Co. Antrim Down & Connor 
MacGowan, John, C.C., Holy Rosary Presbytery, 

Ballynafeigh, Belfast . . . . . .Down & Connor 

Macken, Edmund, C.C., Clonoe, Coalisland . . . . Armagh 

Macken, J., C.C., Mulling \r . . . . . . Meath 

Macken, James, C C., Rock, Co. Tyrone . . . . Armagh 

Macken, Patrick, C.C., Ardee . . . . . . Armagh 

Macken, R., c.m., Sfc. Petor's, Phibsboroueh . . Dublin 

Macken, Thomas F.(Canon), P.P., V.F., Dunmore, Co. 

Galway . . . . . . . . Tuam 

Macken, Thomas, P.P., Fenagh r Longford . . . . Ardagh 

Mackey, Edward (Canon), P.P., V.F., Athy. .' . . Dublin 

Mackey, Edmund, C.C., Gortnahoe, Thurles . . Ca^hel 

Mackey, Ernest, s.j., College of St. Ignatius, Galway Galway 

Macnamara, Thomas J., C.C., St. John's, Limerick . . Limerick 

M'Neely, Wm., D.D., C.C., Lctterkenny . . Raphoe 

Madden, James, C.C. (Diocesan Inspector), Cratloe . . Limerick 

Madden, John, B. A., C.C., Ballinasloe .. .. Clonfert 

Madden, John, P.P., Mullinavat, Waterford .. Ossoiy 

Madden, M., Chaplain, Birr . . . . . . Killaloe 

Madden, Michael, P.P., Charleville .. .. Cloyne 

Madden, P., Adrn., Williamstown, Ballymoa . . Tuam 

Maddock, L. P., o.s.a., St. Augustine, Kyabram, Diocese 

of Sandhurst, Victoria, Australia. 
Mader, Basilius, s.m. (Superior), Wheeling, W. Va. 
Madigan, Thomas (Canon), P.P., Castletownroche, Co. 

Cork . . . . . . . . . . Cloyne 

Magee, Arthur, C.C., Ederney, Co. Fermanagh . . Cloghor 

Magee, Charles, P.P., Kildallan, BallyconneU. . . Kilmore 

Magee, John L., P.P., Tubber . . . . . . Meath 

Magee, John, C.C., Annaghclone, Banbridge . . Dromore 



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NAME AND ADDRESS. 



DIOCESE. 



Mageean, Daniel, B.A., B.D (Dean), St. Patrick's 

College, Maynooth . . . . . . Dublin 

Mageean, Robert, c.ss.r., College, St. Clement's, Geelong, N.S.W. 
Magennis, D., C.C., B.A., Aldergrove . . Down & Connor 

Magennis, Felix (Canon) (Adni.), Clonallon, Warrenpoint Droinore 
Magennis, P. E., o.c.c., D.Ph. (Prior. Gen.), Coll. di S. 

Alberto, Rome. 

Magennis, D. R., o.p., St. Mary's, Tallaght ... Dublin 

Magill, Patrick, P.P., Coleraine, Co. Derry . . . .Down & Connor 

Magill, William (Canon), P.P., St. James's, James's 

Street, Dublin . . . . . . Dublin 

M agner, Thomas J. (Canon), P.P., Dunmanway, Co. Cork Cork 

Magnier, Michael, c.ss.r., St. Joseph's, Dundalk . . Armagh 

Magrath, John, c.s.sp., Rockwell College, Cashel . . Cashel 

Maguire, Andrew, P.P., Montana House, Carrickmacross Clogher 

Maguire, Arthur, c.ss.r., Limerick . . . . . . Limerick 

Maguire, Bernard, P.P., Inniskeen, Dundalk . . Clogher 

Maguire, Bernard, P.P., Tempo, Co. Fermanagh . . Clogher 
Maguire, Casimir, c.p. (Vicar), Marrickville, Sydney, N.S.W. 

Maguire, Edward (Canon), D.D., Frosses, Co. Donegal Raphoe 

Maguire, E., D.D. . . . . . . . . Dublin 

Maguire, Eugene, P.P., Abbejdara, Granard . . Ardagh 

Maguire, Francis, C.C., Longhduff, Cavan . . Ardagh 

Maguire, Francis, P.P., Blessington . . . . Dublin 

Maguire, J. F., C.C., Tulla, Co. Clare . . . . KiUaloe 

Maguire, James P., P.P., Clonmany, Co. Donegal . . Derry 

Maguire, James, P.P , Louth, Dundalk . . , . . Armagh 

Maguire, John, B.A., B.D., Prof., St. Patrick's College 

Cavan . . . . . . . . . . Kilmcre 

Maguire, John R. (Adm.), -Annyalla, Co. Monaghan . . Clogher 
Maguire, John R. (Assistant Bursar), St. Patrick's 

College, Maynooth . . . . . . Armagh 

Maguire, Matthew, P.P., Trillick, Co. Tyrone . . Clogher 

Maguire, Thomas, C C., Kilnaleck. Ballyjamesduff . . Kilmore 

Maguire, P. H., P.P., Monea, Enniskillen . . . . Clogher 

Maguire, Thomas, P.P., Greenlough, Portglenone . . Derry 

Maguire. Thomas, C.C., Clopher, Co. Tyrone . . Clogher 

Maher, James (Adm.), Ballinamult, S. O., Co. Water- 
ford . . . . . . . . Waterford & Lismore 

Maher, James, P.P., Carbury, Co. Kildare . . Kildare & Leighlin 

Maher, Jeremiah, P.P., Dunkerrin . . . . Killaloe 

Maher, John (Canon), P.P., Riverstown, Sligo . . Elphin 

Maher, John, c.m., St. Peter's, Phibsboro' . . . . Dublin 

Maher, John, P.P., Oulart, Gorey, Co. Wexford . . Ferns 
Maher, Martin, s.j. (Rector), House of Studies, Mill- 

town Park . . . . . . . . Dublin 

Maher, Michael, C.C., B.D., Archbishop's Secretary, 

Thurles ... . . . . . . . . Cashel 

Maher, Thomas, s.j., Mungret College . . . . Limerick 

Maher, P. A., o.c.c., Carmelite Convent, Kinsale . , Cork 






1920] THE CLERGY OF IRELAND. 417 

NAME AND ADDRESS. DIOCESE. 

Mahon, Cornelius, P.P.. Fahy, Eyrecourt . . . . Clonfert 

Mahon, Edward, P.P., Dromard, Moyne, Arva . . Ardagh 

Mahon, James, C.C. (Diocesan Inspector), Curragh 

Camp . . . . . . . . Kildare & Leighlin 

Mahon, Peter, C.C., Waterside, Deny . . . . Derry 

Mahony, G., a.m., St. Mpry of the Angels, Wellington, N.Z. 
Malachy, Fr., o.s.f.c., Paradise Rectory, Abbotstown, 

Penn., U.S.A. 

Mallon, Daniel ^Canon), P.P., V.F., Rostrevor . . Dromore 

Mallon, Patrick, C.C., Ballinamore . . . . . . Kilmore 

Malone, Charles (Canon), P.P., 50 Rathgar Road, Dublin 
Malone, Charles, C.C., Hannastown, B-Jfast . .Down & Connor 

Malone, Marcellus, c.p., St. Mungo's Retreat, Parson 

Street, Glasgow 
Mangan, Bernard, c.p (Rector), Holy Cross Retreat, 

Ardoyne, Belfast . . . . . . Down & Connor 

Mangan, Berfcrand, c.p. (Pro-Provincial), Marrickville, 

Sydney, N.S.W. 
Mangan, Cornelius, c.ss.r., Marianella, Orwell Road, 

Rathgar . . . . . . . . . . Dublin 

Mangan, Cornelius, C.C., Kilfinane, Co. Limerick . . Limerick 
Mangan, D., o.d.c., St. Teresa's, Clarendon St. . . Dublin 

Mangan, Dominick, c.ss.r., Mount St. Gerard, Welling- 
ton, New Zealand. 

Mangan, W., St. Jarlath's College, Tuam, Co. Galway ' Tuam 
Manly, Patrick, P.P., Killenummery, Ballinagor, 

Droinahair . . . . . . . . . . Ardagh 

Manning, Bernard, C.C., Columbkille, Granard . . Ardagh 

Manning, D., s.j., St. Patrick's College, Melbourne. 

Manning, James, P.P., Cloghan, Banagher . . . . Ardagh 

Manning, John, P.P., Aughrim, Co. Wicklow . . Dublin 

Manning, Timothy, c.ra., St. Vincent's Church, Lanark. 
Mannion, John, Scramogue, Longford . . . . Elphin 

Mannix, Timothy, C.C., Ballyhea, Charleville . . Cloyne 

Mansfield. A., o s.a., St. Augustine's, Galway . . Galway 

Mara, Hilary, c.p. (Vicar), Holycross. Ardoyne, Belfast Down & Connor 
Marinan, W., P.P., Kilnamona, Ennis . . . . Killaloo 

Marion, A., s.m. (Provicarius), Levuka, Fiji Islands. 
Mark, Fr., o.s.f.c., Franciscan-Capuchin^ Friary, Church 

Street, Dublin . . . . . . . . Dublin 

Markey, John, P.P., Knockbridge, Dundalk . . Armagh 

Markey, J., C,C , Barr, Newry . . . . . . Dromore 

Markey, Patrick, P.P., Ballinalee, Edgeworthstown . . Ardagh 
Marley, Stephen, C.C., Ashford, Co. Wicklow .. Dublin 

Marlow, Romuald, c.p. t St. Mungo's, 52 Parson Street, 

Glasgow. 

Marmion, James, P.P., Dundrum, Co. Down . .Down & Connor 

Marnane, John, 4 Eblana Avenue, Kingstown . . Dublin 

Marren, F., s.m., Ivy Street, Atlanta, Ga. 
Marron, James, P.P., St. Joseph's, Emyvale, Co. 

Moriaghau . . . . . . . . . . Clogher 

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[1920 



NAME AND ADDRESS. DIOCESE. 

Marshall, Patrick J., P.P., V.G., Archdeacon of Aghadoe, 

Kenmare . . . . . . . . Kerry 

Martin, John, s.j., St. Patrick's College, Melbourne. 
Martin, Fr., o.s.f.c., B.C.L., Franciscan-Capuchin 

Monastery, Father Matihew Quay, Cork . . Cork 

Martin, J., s.m., V.S., Greenmeadows, New Zealand. 

Martin, John, C.C., Ballinacargy . . . . . . Meath 

Martin, Michael, L.D., C.C., 21 Arran Quay . . Dublin 

Martin, Terence, P.P., Edgeworthstown . . " . . Ardagh 

Martyn, Thomas, C.C., Birr . . . . . . Killaloe 

Mason, Francis V., o.c., War Chaplain. 

Masterson, B. J., o.p., St. Saviour's, Dominick Street Dublin 

Masterson, Ed., s.j., House of Studies, Milltown Park Dublin 

Masterson, Hugh, C.C., Ballinahown, Athlone . . Ardagh 

Masterson, John, B.A , Chapelizod, Dublin . . Dublin 

Masterson, Joseph, P.P., Drumconrath, Ardee . . Meath 

Masterson, Michael J. (Canon), (President), St. Mel's 

College, Longford . . . . . . . . Ardagh 

Masterson, Thomas, F., C.C., Cloone, Mohill . . Ardagh 
Mathieu, N., s.m., St. Mary's College, Dundalk . . Armagh 
Matthew, Fr., o.s.f.c. (Def. Ex.-Prior), Franciscan- 
Capuchin Friary, Kilkenny . . . . Ossory 

Matthew, Fr., o.f.m. The Friary, Cork . . . . Cork 

Mat-hews, Joseph, B.A., 24 Killarney Street, Dublin . . Dublin 
Matthews, Eugene, o.m.i., Church of Mary Immaculate, 

Inchicore . . . . . . . . Dublin 

Matthews, Peter, C.C., Termonfeckin, Drogheda . . Armagh 

Mattimoe, P., C.C., Bally rush, Boyle . . . . Elphin 

Maurice, Fr., o.f.m. (Miss. Apostolic), Hankow, China. 

Meade, John, C.C., Ennis . . . . . . Killaloe 

Meagher, Cyprian, jc._p., St. Paul's Retreat, Mount Argus, 

Dublin . . . . ' . . . . Dublin 

Meagher, John (Canon), P.P., Borrisokane . . . . Killaloe 

Meagher, John, Templemore . . . . . . Cashel 

Meagher, Patrick, s.m., St. Mary's College, Linthorpe, 

Middlesbrough. 

Meagher, M. T., c.s.sp., St. Mary's College, Rathmines Dublin 

Meagher, P., C.C., Dingle . . . . . . Kerry 

Meagher, P. J., c.s.sp., Rockwell College, Cashel . . Cashel 

Meagher, Roderick, P.P., Mullagh, Loughrea . . Clonfert 

Meagher, Thomas, C.C., Borrisokane . . . . Killaloe 

Meagher, William (Canon), P.P., Tallow, Co. Waterford 

Waterford & Lismore 

Meegan, Thomas, C.C., Enniskillen, Co. Fermanagh . . Clogher 

Meehan, John, B.D., B.C.L., C.C., Castlebar . . Tuam 

Meehan, John, c.s.sp., Gambia, B. W. Africa. 

Meehan, John, C.C., Military Chaplain . . . . Ardagh 

Meehan, J. J., C.C., Clonfanlough, Athlone . . Ardagh 

Meehan, Joseph, C C., Ballin. temple, Ballinagh . . Kilmore 

Meehan, Patrick, P.P., Keadue, Carrick-on- Shannon Ardagh 

Meehan, Terence, C.C., Ballynarry, Kilnaleck, Co. Cavan Ardagh 



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419 



NAME AND ADDRESS. 



DIOCESE. 



Meehan, Thomas (Canon), P.P., Ballindaggin, Ennis- 

corthy . . . . . . . . . . Ferns 

Mellet, Jas., c.s.sp., Onitsha, Lower Nigeria, British 

West Africa. 

Meenagh, Patrick, e.ra., St. Patrick's Seminary, Armagh 
Meenan, John, P.P., Glasslough, Co. Monaghan 
Megannety, John, o.c.c. (Prior), Ardavon, Rathgar . . 
Meighan, William, C.C., Presbytery, Clontarf 
Mulleady, Berthold, o.d.c., St. Mary's, Morehampton 

Road 

Mellet, Martin, P.P., Clonbur, Co. Galway 
Melu, Francis, s.m., Otaki, New Zealand. 
Melvin, T., C.C., Attymon, Athenry 
Menard, A., s.m., Ohakure, New Zealand. 
Meredith, T., o.s.a., Rochester, New Zealand. 
Mernagh, Nicholas, P.P., Ballyoughter, Ballycanew, 

Gorey, Co. Wexford 
Merten, Aubert, 0.3.6. (Prior), The Priory, Edermine, 

Enniscorthy 
Mesmier, Ignatius, c.p., St. Paul's Retreat, Glen 

Osmond, Adelaide, S.A. 
Meskel, Peter P., C.C., Ballinameela, Cappagh, Co. 

Waterford . . . . . . Waterford & Lismore 

Metcalfe, R. A., o.c.c., B.A., 182 St. Bronx, New York. 

Meskel, Richard, C.C., Cahir, Co. Tipperary Waterford & Lismore 

Meyer, Charles, c.s.$p., Rockwell College . . . . Cashel 

Michael, Fr., o.f.m. (Del), The Abbey, Multyfarnham . . Meath 
Michael, Fr., o.s.f.c., M.A., Kilkenny . . . . Ossory 

Miller, William, Ph.D., C.C., Carlow . . Kildare & Leighlin 

Mitehsll, Denis, c.ss.r., College, St. Clement's, Geelong, N.S.W. 
Mitchell, Joseph, M.A., B.D., President. St. Mary's 

College, Galway 

Mitchell, M., B.A., B.D., St. Mary's College, Galway 
Moaiie, Patrick J., C.C., Tuam . . . . 

Mockler, John, C.C., Kilricle, Loughrea 
Mockler, Richard, P.P., Ballylooby, Cahir 
Mockler, Thomas, P.P., Clashmore, Youghal 



Armagh 
Clogher 
Dublin 
Dublin 

Dublin 
Tuam 

Clonfert 



Ferns 
Ferns 



Galway 
Galway 
. . Tuam 
. . Clonfert 
Waterford & Lismoro 
Waterford & Lismore 



Molloy, Leo, o.p., Port of Spain, Trinidad, B.W.I. 

Molloy, Luke, C.C., Enniscrone, Co. Sligo . . . . Killala 

Molloy, Patrick, P.P., Aghamore, Co. Mayo . . Tuam 

Molloy, T., B.D. (Prof.), St. Flannan's College, Ennis Killaloe 

Molloy, Thomas, D.Ph., Edininfagh, Glenties . - Raphoe 

"Moloney, Alfred, C.C., Kilrush . . . . . . Killaloe 

Moloney, Daniel, C.C., Presbytery, Donnybrook, Dublin Dublin 

Moloney, James, C.C., Clonoulty, Gooldscross . . Cashel 

Moioney, James, C.C., St. Munchin's . . . . Limerick 

Moloney, Michael, Bishop's Secretary, Corbally, 

Limerick 

Moloney, Martin, c.s.sp., Blackrock College, Dublin . . Dublin 
Moloney, N., s.m., Chaplain N.Z. Forces. 

Moloney, T. A., o.f.m. (Guardian), Merchant's Quay . . Dublin 



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[1920 



NAME AND ADDRESS. DIOCESE. 

Moloney, Thomas, C.C., B.A., Loughrea . . . . Clonfert 

Moloney, Thos., o.s.a., John Street . . . . Dublin 

Moloney, William, s.j., St. Patrick's College, Melbourne. 

Molony, J. H., C.C., Roscrea . . . . . . Killaloe 

Molony, Walter, C.C., Corofin, Co. Clare . . . . Killaloe 

Monaghan, Thomas, P.P., Killenure, Tullow, Co. 

Carlow . . . . . . .. . Kildare & Leighlin 

Monahan, James (Adm.), Crusheen . . . . Killaloe 

Monahan, John P.P., Fairymount, Castlerea . . Elphin 

Monahan, John (Dean), D.D., P.P., V.F., Ferbane . . Ardagh 

Monahan, Michael, P.P., Tulsk, Castlerea . . . . Elphin 

Monahan, Peter J. (Canon), P.P., Ballymore -Eustace, 

Co. Kildare . . . . . . . . Dublin 

Monahan, Thomas, P.P., Hacketstown, Co. Carlow Kildare & Leighlin 

Montague, Charles, C.C., Forkhill, Dundalk . . Armagh 

Montford, Thomas, C.C., BalHnalee, Co. Longford . . Ardagh 
Mooney, John, P.P., Clonegall . . . . Kildare & Leighlin 

Mooney, Joseph, P.P., Graigue, Kilkenny . . Kildare & Leighlin 

Moore, James (Canon), P.P., Rathcormac, Co. Cork . . Cloyne 

Moore, James, c.w., All Hallows College, Drumcondra Dublin 

Moore, Martin, C.C., Slane . . . . . . Meath 

Moore, Peter, C.C., Newbridge, Toomebridge, Co. Derry Armagh 

Moore, Philip, C.C., Kilmacow, Waterford . . . . Ossory 

Morahan, Edward, C.C., Bonniconlon, Ballina . . Ac-homy 
Moran, A., B.A., B.D., C.C., Achill Sound . . Tuam 
Moran, F., C.C., St. Michael's, Enfield, Co. Meath . . Meath 
Moran, James, B.A. (Prof.), St. Jarlath's College . . Tuam 
Mora-n, James M'Dermott, o.m.i., St. Kevin's Refor- 
matory School, Glencree . . . . . . Wicklow 

Moran, John, C.C., The College House, Galway . . . Galway 

Moran, M., C.C., Moylough, Co. Galway . . . . Tuam 

Moran, Joseph, c.m., St. Peter's, Phibsborough, Dublin Dublin 
Moran, J., s.m. (Provincial), St. Mary's College, Linthorpe 

Moran, Patrick, P.P., Claregalway . . . . . . Galway 

Moran, Thos., P.P., Ballymacarbery, Clonmel Waterford & Lismore 

Moran, Thomas K., C.C., Monamolin, Gorey . . Ferns 

Moran, Wm., C.C., Carrickedmond, Tashinny, Co. 

Longford . . . . . . . . Ardagh 

Moran, W., D.D., Prof. St. Patrick's College, 

Maynooth . . . . . . . . Dublin 

Morcel, Francis, s.m., Sacred Heart College, Atlanta (Ga.), U.S.A. 
Morell, J., s.m., St. Paul, U.S.A. 

Morgan, J,, o.m.i., Sicklinghall, "Wetherby, Yorkshire. 
Moriarty, Andrew, C.C., B.A., St. Agatha's, 10 Rich- 
mond Place, N.C.R., Dublin . . . . . Dublin 

Moriarty, John, P.P., Waterville, Co. Kerry . Kerry 

Moriarty. T., C.C., Kenmare . . . . Kerry 

Moriorty, Thomas, C.C., Castlegregory . . Kerry 

Morley, Michael, C.C., Headford . . . . Tuam 

Morrin, R. E., C.C., Robeen, Hollymount . . Tuam 

Morrin, Thos., C.C., Keash, Ballymote . . Achonry 



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421 



NAME AND ADDRESS. 



Morris, James, P.P., Malin, Co. Donegal 

Morris, M. J., Chaplain, Annaghadown, Galway 

Morris, Patrick, s.j., Mungret College 

Morris, Raphael, c.p., Holy Cross Retreat, Ardoyne 



DIOCESE. 

Derry 
Tuam 
Limerick 



Belfast 

Morris, Richard, C.C., Castlerea 
Morris, Thomas, P.P., Ballindine, Co. Mayo 
Morrison, Thomas, P.P., Kilworth, Co. Cork 
Morrissey, Daniel, Ardmore 
Morrissey, David, P.P., Kilmessan, Meath . . 
Morrissey, Edward, B.A. , C.C., Kilbride, Blessington 
Morrissey, Edward Ronald, C.C., James's Street, Dublin 



Down & Connor 
. . Elphin 
. . Tuam 
Cloyne 

Waterford & Lismore 
Meath 
Dublin 
Dublin 



Morrissey, Michael, C.C., Ballylooby, Co. Tipp. Waterford & Lismore 

Morrogh, Charles, s.j., St. Ignatius', Richmond, Mel- 
bourne. 

Morton, Edmund, P.P., Ballyhea, Charleville 

Mortal, Thomas, C.C., Templeglantin 3 

Moylan, Patrick, s.m.a., Provincial Procurator, St. 
Joseph's Seminary, Blackrock Road. Cork 

Moynihan, Andrew, c.m., St. Jo'seph's, Malvern, Victoria. 

Moynihan, D., CC., Cahirdaniel 

Moynihan, Jeremiah, S.T.L. (President), St. Michael's 
Colleqe, Listowel 

Muckian,. Dominic, o.p., St. Magdalen's Priory, 
Drogheda . . . . 

Mulcahy, Charles, s.j., Rector, Clongowes Wood College, 

Sallins . . . . . . . . Kildare & Leighlin 

Mulcahy, Cornelius^ c.s.sp., Freetown, Sierra Lson3, 
B.W. Africa. 

Mulcahy, Cornelius (Prof.), Maynooth College 

Mulcahy, James, C.C., Ballylooby, Cahir 

Mulcahy, William, P.P., Croagh, Limerick . 

Mulderry, John, B.A., Chapelizod 



Cloyno 
Limerick 

Cork 
Kerry 
Kerry 
Armagh 



. . Dublin 
Waterford & Lismore 

Limerick 
. . Dublin 



Muldoon; Justin; c.p., Holy Cross Retreat; Ardoyne 

Belfast ... . . . . . . . . Down & Connor 

Mulhall, Hugh, s.j., Bordon Camp, Hants. 
Mulkern, J. H., D.D., s.in. St. Anne's Church, 

Underwood St., London,- E.G. 

Mullaghan, D., C.C., St. Peter's, Belfast . . .Down & Connor 

Mullan, A. S., o.f.m. (Guardian), Drogheda . .. Armagh 

Mullan, E. J., B.A., C.C., Fintown . . . Raphoe 

Mullan, Michael, P.P., Fahan, Derry . . . Derry 

Mullany, R., C.C., Tibohine, Frenchpark . . . Elphin 

Mullarkey, James, C.C., Bekan, Ballyhaunis . . Tuam 

Mulleady, Berthold, o.d.c., St. Mary's, Morehampton Rd. Dublin 

Mullen, John, C.C., Meigh, Newry . . . . Armagh 

Mullen, Joseph, B.A., St. Columban's, Shrule . . Galway 

Mullen, J., o.p.. San Clemante, Rome. 

Muller, Nep., c.s.sp., Rockwell College, Cashel . . Cashel 

Mulligan, J. B., C.C., Sligo . . . . . . Elphin 

Mulligan, John, c ss.r., St. Joseph's, Dundalk . . Armagh 



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[1920 



NAME AND ADDRESS. 



East, Shan- 



DIOCESE. 

Achonry 



Mulligan, Patrick, C.C., Curry 
Mulligan, Patrick, P.P., Aughnamullen 

tonagh, Castleblayney 

Mulligan, Philip (Canon), P.P., Curry, Swinford 
Mulligan, Philip J., P.P., Carracastle, Ballaghadereen 
Mulligan, Philip (Adm.), Monaghan 
Mullins, James, c.m., St. Joseph's, Church, Toung- 

T'ang, Pekin, China. 

Mullins, William, B.A., C.C., Ennistymon, Co. Clare . . 
Mulvany, P., C.C., Multyfarnham 
Mulvany, Thomas, C.C., Taghmon, Mullingar 
Mulvany, Thomas, P P., Collinstown 

Mulvenna, F., C.C., B.A., Whitehouse, Belfast . .: 

Mulvihill, William, C.C., Newtown, Cashel, Longford. . Ardagh 
Munnelly, Michael (Canon), P.P., V.F., Ballycastle, Co. 

Mayo 

Murnane, John, c.ss.r., Mount St. Alphonsus, Limerick 
Murney, James, Loughbrickland 

Murphy, P. A., o.p. (Prior), St. Catherine's, Newry . . 
Murphy, Andrew, c.p., St. Mary's Retreat, Harborne, 

Birmingham. 

Murphy, Anthony, C.C., Baldoyle 
Murphy, Arthur F., P.P., Emo, Portarlington Kildare & Leighlin 

Murphy, Austin, c.m., St. Vincent's College, Castleknock Dublin 
Murphy, Bernard, P.P., V.F., Ballycastle, Antrim . .Down & Connor 
Murphy, C., o.s.a., D.D., Limerick . . . . Limerick 

Murphy, Charles R., C.C., St. Kevin's, Harrington St. Dublin 
Murphy, Cornelius, c.m., St. Patrick's College, Armagh 
Murphy, Cornelius, C.C., Ballycotton, Co. Cork 
Murphy, Cornelius, C.C., Ballinafad College, Castlebar 
Murphy, Chr. (Chaplain), Reparatrice Convent, Cork 
Murphy, Denis, B.A., S.T.L., B.C.L., Diocesan College, 

Farranferris, Cork . . 

Murphy, Denis, C.C., B.A., Sherkin. Baltimore 
Murphy, D., C.C., Kilmeegan, Castlewellan . . 
Murphy, D. (Adm.), Roscrea 
Murphy, D., P.P., Castlemaine 
Murphy, Daniel, C.C., Kilcock, Kildare 
Murphy, Denis, C.C., Duncannon, Wexford 
Murphy, Denis, ./., Galle, Ceylon. 
Murphy, Edmund, P.P., Killeagh, Co. Cork 
Murphy, Edmund, C.C., Newport, Co. Tipperary 
Murphy, Edward, C.C., Rower, Inistioge, Kilkenny . . 
Murphy, Edward, C.C., Dunamore, Cookstowii 
Murphy, Francis, P.P., Gortlettera'gh, Mohill 
Murphy, Francis, P.P., Glountane, Mallow 
Murphy, George, C.C., Wexford 

Murphy, Jas., o.s.a., D.D. (ex-Prov.), John St., Dublin 
Murphy, James (Canon), P.P., Craanford, Gorey 
Murphy, James, P.P., Multyfarnham, Co. Westmeath. . 
Murphy, James, C.C., Ballymitty, Wexford 



Clogher 
Achonry 
Achonry 
Clogher 



Kilfenora 
Meath 
Meath 
Meath 
. .Down & Connor 



Killala 
Limerick 
Dromore 
Dromore 



Dublin 



Armagh 
Cloyne 
Tuam 
Cork 



Cork 
. . Ross 
. . Down & Connor 

Killaloe 
. . Kerry 
Kildare & Leighlin 
Ferns 



Cloyne 

Cashel 

Ossory 

Armagh 

Ardagh 

Cloyne 

Ferns 

Dublin 

Ferns 

Meath 

Ferns 



1920] THE CLERGY OF IRELAND. 423 

NAME AND ADDRESS. DIOCESE. 

Murphy, James (Chaplain), Bon Secours Convent, Cork Cork 

Murphy, James, D.D. c.s.sp., Kimmage Manor, Dublin Dublin 

Murphy, James, C.C., Newbawn, Wexford . . . . Ferns 

Murphy, J., Killanena, Co. Clare . . . . . . Killaloe 

Murphy, Jeremiah, P.P., Coolcappa, Shanagolden . . Limerick 
Murphy, Jeremiah, s.j.* Halo's Place, Canterbury, 

Murphy, Jeremiah, St. Brendan's Seminary, Killarnny Kerry 
Murphy, John, B.A., B.D. (Prof.), St. " Macarten's 

Seminary, Monaghan . . . . . Clogher^ 

Murphy, John, C.C., B.A., Ardglass 



Murphy, John, P.P., New Inn, Cahir 
Murphy, John, C.C., New Inn, Cahir 
Murphy, John, P.P., Gonna, Tallow 



. .Down & Connor 
. . Cashel 
... Cashel 

Cloyne x 

Murphy, John, C.C., Carroreigh, Taghmon, Wexford. . Ferns 
Murphy, John, C.C., Lismore . . . . Waterford & Lismore 

Murphy, John F., B.A., B.D. ( Adm.), St. Finbarr's.Cork Cork 
Murphy, John, o.s.a., Ballyhaui?is, Co. Mayo . . Tuam 

Murphy, John T., c.s.sp., D.D., Right Rev., Bishop of 

Port Louis, Mauritius. 
Murphy, J., C.C., Goland, Milford . . . . Raphoe 

Murphy, J., s.m., Ivy Street, Atlanta, Galveston, U.S.A. 
Murphy, J. (Eccl. Inspector), St. Malachy's College, 

Belfast . . . . . . . . Down & Connor 

Murphy, J., C.C., Duleek, Co. Meath . . . . Meath 

Murphy, Joseph, C.C., Mooncoin, Waterford . . Ossory 

Murphy, Laurence W., P.P., Grenagh, Blarney . . Cloyne 

Murphy, Laurence, o.d.c., St. Mary's, Morehampton Rd. Dublin 
Murphy, Luke, s.j., St. Aloysius' College, Sydney. 
Murphy, Martin, B.A., C.C., Bree, Wexford . . Ferns 

Murphy, Martin (Canon), P.P., Bantry . . . . Cork 

Murphy, Michael J. (Mgr.), D.D., P.P., V.G., Mary- 
borough . . . . . . . . Kildare & Leighlin 

Murphy, Michael, C.C., B.A., Pro -Cathedral, Marlboro' 

Street . . . . . . . . . . Dublin 

Murphy, Michael, P.P., Mayo Abbey, Ballyglass . . Tuam 
Murphy, Michael, C.C., Taghmon, Wexford . . Ferns 

Murphy, Michael, P.P., Carnross; Mountrath . . Ossory 

Murphy, Michael, C.C., Carrigaline . . . . Cork 

Murphy, M., P.P., St. Patrick's, Limerick . . . . Limerick 

Murphy, M., s.m., Timaru, New Zealand. 

Murphy, Martin, C C.. Aran Islands . . . . Tuam 

Murphy, M., s.m,., Our Lady of Victories, San Francisco, Cal., U.S.A. 
Murphy, Nicholas (Canon), 'P.P., Ballycallan, Kil- 
kenny . . . . . . . . . . Ossory 

Murphy, P., s.m. (Rector), St. Lawrence, Sidcup, Kent 
Murphy, P., o.c.c., Carmelite Convent, Moate . . Ardagh 

Murphy, Patrick, P.P., Templetuohy, Templemore . . Cashel 
Murphy, Patrick, C.C., Ballyporeen . . Waterford & Lismore 

Murphy, Patrick, C.C., Bally bay . . . . . . Clogher 

Murphy, Patrick, House of Missions, Enniscorthy . . Ferns 
Murphy, P., C.C., Dmmconrath, Ardee . . . . Meath 



424 ALPHABETICAL LIST OF [1920 

NAME AND ADDRESS. DIOCESE. 

Murphy, Patrick, C C., Trim, Meath . . . . Meath 

Murphy, Patrick, B.A. (Chaplain), Bandon, Cork . . Cork 
Murphy, P., C.C., Garbally, Menlough . . . . Tuam 

Murphy, Paul, P.P., Edenderry, King's County Kildare & Leighlin 
Murphy, Philip M., P.P., Castfemartyr, Co. Cork . . Cloyne 
Murphy, R., o.p., Newbridge College, Newbridge Kildare & Leighlin 
Murphy, Richard, c.ss.r., Marianella, Rathgar, Dublin Dublin 
Murphy, Richard, s.j., St. Ignatius', Richmond, Melbourne 
Murphy, Robert J., P.P., Randalstown, Co. Antrim . .Down & Connor 
Murphy, T., C.C., Glenbeigh . . ' . . . , Kerry 

Murphy, Thomas, c.ss.r., Opong, Cebu, Philippine Islands 
Murphy, Thomas, s.j., St. Francis Xavier, Upper Gar- 
diner Street, Dublin . . . . . . Dublin 

Murphy, Thomas, C.C., Abbeyleix . . . . Kildare & Leighlin 

Murphy, Timothy, C.C., Rockhill, Bruree . . . . Limerick 

Murphy, Timothy, C.C., Crookstown, Co. Cork . . Cork 

Murphy, Timothy, C.C., Ringaskiddy, Co. Cork . . Cork 

Murphy, William J. (Canon), P.P., 7 Eblana Avenue, 

Kingstown '. . . . . . . . Dublin 

Murphy, William, P.P., Crossgar, Co. Down . .Down & Connor 

Murphy, William, P.P., Ballinspittal, Kinsale, Co. Cork Cork 
Murphy, William, C.C., Carndonagh . . . . Derry 

Murphy, William, C.C. (Chaplain), Curragh Camp Kildare & Leighlin 
Murphy, William, C.C., L.D., B.A., Balbriggan . . Dublin 

Murphy, William, S.T.L., The College, Wexford . . Ferns 

Murray, H. J. (Adm.), St. Mary's, Belfast . . . .Down & Connor 

Murray, James, C.C., Glenties, Co. Donegal . . - . . Raphoe 

Murray, James B., C.C., Sacred Heart, Belfast . .Down & Connor 

Murray, James, c.ss.r., SS. Peter and Paul's, Perth, W.A. 
Murray, James, c.m., St. Vincent's Church, Sheffield. 
Murray John, Adm., Clonaslee, Queen's Co. Kildare & Leighlin 

Murray, Joseph (Canon), P.P., Glasthule, Kingstown . . Dublin 
Murray, J., C.C., Gortahork, Letterkenny, Co. Donegal Raphoe 
Murray, L., C.C., Tydavnet, Monaghan . . . . Clogher 

Murray, Laurence, C.C., Clonfeacle, Moy, Co. Tyrone Armagh 
Murray, Michael, C.C., Clonlara, Limerick . . . . Killaloe 

Murray, Miehael, s.j., Milltown Park . . . . Dublin 

Murray, M. J., C.C., Kilrossanty, Kilmacthomas Waterford & Lismore 
Murray, Patrick, c.ss.r. (Superior General), Saiit 

Alfonso, via Merulana, Roma. 

Murray, Patrick, P.P., Carrick, Finea, Granard . . Ardagh 

Murray, P., C.C., St. Mary's, Sligo . . . . Elphin 

Murray, Peter Paul, c.ss.r. (Rector), St Mary's,, Win- 

douree, Ballarat, Victoria. 
Murray, Thomas, C.C., St. Patrick's, Cork . . . . Cork 

Murray, Thomas, P.P., Dromiskin, Castlebellingham Armagh 
Murray, T., C.C., Ardcath, Garristown . . . . Meath 

Murray, William, P.P., Rathcline. Lanesborough . . Ardagh 
Murrin, D., C.C., Drumohill, Manorcunniiigham, Co. 

Donegal . . . . . . . . . . Raphoe 

Murtagh, Bernard, C.C., Lanesborough .. .. Ardagh 



1920] THE CLERGY OF IRELAND. 425 

NAME AND ADDRESS. DIOCESE. 

Murtagh, C., C.C. ; Rochfortbridge . . . . Meath 

Murtagh, Francis, P.P., Clogherhead, Drogheda . . Armagh 

Myles, Thomas, C.C., Ballyhaise, Cavan . . Kilmore 

Mylotte, John, P.P., Moore, Ballinasloe . . Tuam 



Nadale, Simon o.c. (Rector), St. Alban's,' Cardiff 
Nagle, Edward, S.T.L. (Professor), St. John's College, 

Waterford . . . . . . Waterford & Lismore 

Nagle, John, P.P., Shanaglish, Tubber, Kilmacduagh, 

Co. Galway . . . . . . . . Galway 

Nagle, P. J., C.C., Looseaun, Woodford . . . . Clonfert 

Nangle, J., C.C , Mountnugent . . . . . . Meath 

Napier, J., C.C., St. Patrick's, Belfast . . . .Down & Connor 

Naughton, T., c.s.sp., Blackrock College, Dublin . . Dublin 
Naughton, T., C.C., Ballinasloe . . . . . . Clonfert 

Neary, James, C.C., Lanesborough, Longford . . Elphin 

Neary, John, C.C., 10 Richmond Place, N.C.R. . . Dublin 

Neary, John (Adm.), Inisboffin, Co. Galway . . Tuam 

Neary, Kevin, o.d.c., St. Mary's, Morehampton Road, 

Dublin . . . . . . . . Dublin 

Neary, Patrick, C.C., Derrane . . . . . . Elphin 

Neeson, Arthur, P.P., Ardkeen, Kircubbin, Co. Down Down & Connor 
Neilan, B., C.C., Drum, Athlone . . . . . . Elphin 

Nelson, George, P.P., Carncorn, Castlederg . . . . Derry 

Nerney, John, s.j., St. Francis Xavier's College, Kew, 

Melbourne 

Nestor, Andrew, P.P., V.F., Ennistymon . . Kilfenora 

Neville, Edmond (Canon), P.P., Inniscarra, Co. Cork . . Cloyne 
Neville, John, c.s.sp., (Vicar Apostolic), Zanzibar, 

East Africa 

Nevin, Eugene, c.p., St. Anne's Retreat, Sutton, St. Helen's, Lanes, 
Nevin, Livinus, o.d.c., St. Teresa's, Clarendon Street, 

Dublin . . . . . . . . Dublin 

Newcome, Mark, C.C., Army Chaplain . . . . Ferns 

Newman, Patrick (Adm.), Longford . . . . Ardagh 

Newman, Patrick, o.m.i., St. Joseph's, Colwyn Bay 

Neylan, T., C.C., Crusheen, Ennis . . . . . . Killaloe 

Nicholas, Fr., o.f.m. (Ex-Provincial), The Friary, 

Wexford . . . . . . . . . . Ferns 

Nicholas, Fr., o.s.f.c., Franciscan-Capuchin Friary, 

Church Street, Dublin . . . . . . Dublin 

Nicolas, J., -9.w. (Provincial), Villa Maria, Hunter's 

Hill, Sydney. 

Nicholson, Patrick, C.C., Belcarra, Castlebar . . Tuam 

Nixon, R., c.p., St. Mungo's, Townhead, Glasgow. 
Nohilly, Thomas, P.P., Lusmagh, Banagher . . Clonfert 

Nolan, Anselm, c.p., Vicar, Blessed Gabriel's Retreat, 

The Graan, Enniskillen . . . . . . Clogher 

Nolan, Ignatius, o.p., Port of Spain, Trinidad, B.W.I. 



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NAME AND ADDRESS. DIOCESE. 

Nolan, James P., C.C., B.A., 45 Fairview Strand . . Dublin 
Nolan, James, C.C., Athy, Co. Kildare . . . . Dublin 

Nolan, James, C.C., Carrickmacross . . . . Clogher 

Nolan, James, P.P., Killorglin . . . . . . Kerry 

Nolan, James (Prof.), St. Peter's College, Wexford . . Ferns 
Nolan, John, B.A. (Chaplain), Enniscorthy . . . . Ferns 

Nolan, John, P.P., Swords, Co. Dublin . . . . Dublin 

Nolan, John, P.P., V.F., Moneyglass, Toomebridge . .Down & Connor 
Nolan, Michael, c.m., St. Peter's, Phibsboro' . . Dublin 

Noian, John (Adm.), Pallasgreen . . . . . . Cashel 

Nolan, John, C.C., Lixiiaw, Co. Kerry . . . . Kerry 

Nolan, Louis, o.p., B.A., San Clemente, Rome 

Nolan, Michael, C.C., Freshford 

Nolan, Patrick, ./., St. Ignatius' College, Galway 

Nolan, Peter L., o.c.c., B.A., 56 Aungier Street, Dublin 

Nolan, Thos. V., *.;. (Prov.), Up. Gardiner St., Dublin 

Nolan, Thomas, o.c., St. Peter's, Cardiff 

Nolan. Thomas, C.C., Kilteely, Pallasgreen 

Nolan, William, c.ss.r., St. Patrick's, At henry 

Noonan, J., o.p., St. Malachy's Priory, Dundalk 

Noonan, James, P.P., Ballyna, Killaloe 

Noonan, John, C.C., Fermoy, Co. Cork 

Noonan, Robert, C.C., Fethard, Co. Tipperary 

Noone, John, C.C., B.D., Ballinarobe 

Norris, John, C.C., B.A., Myshall, Co. Carlow 

Norris, John, P.P., Rathmore, Naas 

Norris, Michael, P.P., Naas 

Norris, Michael, C.C., Powerstown, Clonmel 

Norris, P., C.C., St. Mary's, Drogheda 

Norris, Thos., P.P., Rhode, King's Co. 

Nowlan, Henry, C.C., Presbytery, Harrington Street 

Nowlan, Joseph, C.C., 66 Up. Beechwood Avenue, 

Rathmines . . . . . . . . Dublin 

Nugent, James, C.C., Kill, Kilmacthomas . . Waterford & Lismore 
Nutty, James, P.P., Ballynabracky, Kinnegad . . Meath 

Nulty, John, P.P., V.F., St. Mary's, Drogheda . . Meath 

Nunan, Timothy J., C.C., St. Finbarr's, Cork . . Cork 

Nunan, Thomas, o.c., St. Peter's, Cardiff 



Ossory 
Galway 
Dublin 
Dublin 

. . Cashel 
. . Clonfert 
Armagh 
. . Cashel 
Cloyne 
. . Cashel 
. . Tuam 
Kildare & Leighlin 
. . Dublin 
Kildare & Leighlin 
Waterford & Lismore 

Meath 

Kildare & Leighlin 
Dublin 



O'Beirne, Michael, C.C., Ballaghadereen . . . . Elphin 

O'Beirne, M., C.C., Crossna, Boyle . . . . Elphin 

O'Beirne, P. J., C.C., Athlone . . . . . . Elphin 

O'Beirne, Thos., C.C., St. John's, Athlone . . . . Elphin 

O'Boyle, Gerald, c.p., St. Anne's Retreat, Sutton, St. 

Helen's, Lancashire 

O'Boyle, H., C.C., Carrigart, Co. Donegal . . . . Raphoe 

O'Boyle, James, P.P., V.F., Ballymoney, Co. Antrim Down & Connor 

O'Boyle, Patrick, B.D., St. Muredach's College, Ballina Killala 

O'Boyle, Philip, C.C., Glencolumbkille, Co. Donegal Raphoe 



1920] THE CLERGY OF IRELAND. 427 

NAME AND ADDRESS. DIOCESE. 

O'Brien, Aidan, C.C., Castlebridge, Wexford . . Ferns 

O'Brien. Andrew. C.C.. New Ross . . . . Ferns 

O'Brien, Arthur, o.c., St. Michael's, Omeath . . Dromore 

O'Brien, Bede, c.p. (Master of Novices), Marysmount, Goulburn, N.S.W. 

O'Brien, Benedict, o.m.i., St. Mary's, Holyhead 

O'Brien, Brendan, o.d.c., St. Teresa's, Clarendon St. Dublin 

O'Brien, Cornelius, c.p., " The Graan," Enniskillen . . Clogher 

O'Brien, D., c.s.sp., Port of Spain, Trinidad. 

O'Brien, Daniel, P.P., Drangan, Fethard, Co. Tipperary Cashel 

O'Brien, Denis, P.P., Prior, Cahirciveen . . . . Kerry 

OjBrien, Denis, C.C., Thurles . . . . . . Cashel 

O'Brien, Denis (Prof.), St. Munchin's College, Limerick Limerick 
O'Brien, Fintan, o.d.c., St. Mary's, Morehamptbn Road Dublin 
O'Brien, Francis X., ./., Army Chaplain, A. P.O. 4, 30th 

General Hospital, B.E.F., France. 

O'Brien, James (Canon), P.P., Newbawn, Wexford . . Ferns 
O'Brien,' James, c.ss.r., St. Joseph's, Dundalk . . Armagh 

O'Brien, James, C.C., B.D., B.C.L., Philipstown, 

King's Co. . . . . . . Kildare & Leighlin 

O'Brien, James, C.C., Ballylanders, Knocklong, Co. 

Limerick . . . . . . . . . . Cashel 

O'Brien, John, s.j., St. Ignatius', Norwood, Adelaide. 

O'Brien, John, C.C., Rockchapel, Abbeyfeale . . Cloyne 

O'Brien, John, c.ss.r., Mount St. Gerard, Wellington, N.Z. 

O'Brien, John, c.s.sp., Port of Spain, Trinidad. 

O'Brien, John, C.C., Newtownbarry . . . . Ferns 

O'Brien, John, P.P., Desertmartin, Co. Deny . . Deny 

O'Brien, J., C.C., 28 Cyprus Avenue, Bloomfield, 

Belfast . . . . . . . . . . Down & Connor 

O'Brien, Luke, C.C., Kilrush, Co. Clare . . . . Killaloe 

O'Brien, Michael, C.C., Killarney, Co. Kerry . . Kerry 

O'Brien, Matthew, C.C., Ballymacnab, Tassagh, Armagh Armagh 
O'Brien, Michael, C.C., Dundrum, Co. Dublin . . Dublin 

'O'Brien, M., C.C., Raheen, Queen's Co,. . . Kildare & Leighlin 

O'Brien, Michael, C.C., St. Joseph's, Shanagolden . . Limerick 
O'Brien, Michael, o.s.a., New Ross . . . . Ferns 

O'Brien, Patrick, s.j., Milltown Park . . . . Dublin 

O'Brien, Patrick J., C.C., SS. Michael & John's, Lower 

Exchange Street, Dublin . . . . . . Dublin 

O'Brien, Richard, P.P., Paulstown, Kilkenny Kildare & Leighlin 

O'Brien, Thomas, c.s.sp., Chaplain to the Forces, Salonika. 

O'Brien, Thomas, C.C., Tramore . . . . Waterford & Lismore 

O'Brien, Wm., C.C., Ballybay. Co. Monaghan . . Clogher 

O'Brien, William (Sacristan)/ Cathedral, Cork . . Cork 

O'Brien, Wm., C.C., Kilbehenny, Mitchelstown, Co. 

Cork . . . . . . . . . . Cloyne 

O'Brien, Walter (Retired), Doneraile . . . . Cloyne 

O'Byrne, Denis (Chaplain), Brickfield Lane . . . . Dublin 

O'Byrne, J. W., P.P., Kilmore, Wexford . . . . Ferns 

O'Byrne, Michael, C.C., Carrick-on-Suir . . Waterford & Lismore 
O'Byrne, Michael, o.c.c., Carmelite College, Terenure Dublin 



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[1920 



NAME AND ADDRESS. DIOCESE. 

O'Byrne, Patrick, C.C., 6 Eblana Ave., Kingstown . . Dublin 

O'Byrne, Thomas, P.P., Ringsend . . . , . . Dublin 

O'Byrne, Wm., o.s.a. (Vice-Provincial), St. Mary's, 

Eehuca, Victoria. 
O'Callaghan, Daniel J. (Canon), P.P., Ballyclough, 

- Mallow . . . . . . . . . . Cloyne 

O'Callaghan, Eugene, S.T.L., E.I., Lisseraw, Camlough Armagh 

O'Callaghan, George, P.P., Causeway, Tralee . . Kerry 

O'Callaghan, J., C.C., Cappamore, Pallasgreen . . Cashel 

O'Callaghan, James, P.P., Eyeries, Co. Cork . . Kerry 

O'Callaghan, James, Chaplain, Good Shepherd Convent Cork 

O'Callaghan, Jeremiah, C.C., B.A., 59 Eccles Street Dublin 

O'Callaghan, John, P.P., Pomeroy, Co. Tyrone . . Armagh 

O'Callaghan, J., C.C., Dunshaughlin, Co. Meath . . Meath 

O'Callaghan, John, C.C., Berrings, Inniscarra, Co. 

Cork . . . . . . . . Cloyne 

O'Callaghan, Joseph, P.P., Rathdrum, Co. Wicklow Dublin 
O'Callaghan, Matthew, c.ss.r. (Superior), Redemptorist 

House, Cebu, Philippine Islands. 

O'Callaghan, Maurice M. (Canon), P.P., Cloyne . . Cloyne 

O'Callaghan, P., C.C., Killyclogher, Omagh . . Deny 

O'Callaghan, P. D., o.f.m., Sj^dney, Australia, War Chaplain. 

O'Callaghan, Timothy, B.A., Crumlin, Co. Dublin . . Dublin 

O'Carroll, Charles, P.P., Saggart, Co. Dublin . . Dublin 

O' Carroll, David, C.C., Dromin, Kilmallock . . Limerick 

O'Carroll, James, P.P., Brosna, Abbeyfeale, Co. Kerry Kerry 

O'Carroll, John J., o.m.i., Inchicore, Dublin . . Dublin 

O'Carroll, Michael, P.P., Loughill . . . . Limerick 

O'Carroll, Matthew, Army Chaplain . . . . Kilmore 

O'Carroll, Patrick, Cahirciveen, Co. Kerry . . . . Kerry 

O'Coigley, Augustine, o.p., St. Saviour's Priory, Dublin Dublin 
O'Connell, Bryan, o.m.i., Holy Cross, Great Crosshall 

Street, Liverpool. 

O'Connell, Charles, s.j., Crescent, Limerick . . Limerick 

O'Connell, David, S.T.L., C.C., Mitchelstown . . Cloyne 

O'Connell, Ephrem, c.p. (Master of Novices). " The 

Graan," Enniskillen . . . . . . Clogher 

O'Connell, Eugene B. (Chancellor). PP., V.F.. Kanturk Cloyne 
O'Connell, E.; c.s.sp., St. Mary's College, Port of 

Spain, Trinidad. 

O'Connell, J., P.P., Aghadoe, Killarney . . . . Kerry 

O'Connell, J., C.C., Keash, Ballymote . . . . Achonry 

O'Connell, Jerome, o.d.c., The Abbey, Loughrea . Clonfert 
O'Connell, John, a.m., Wanganui, N.Z. 
O'Connell, John, Chaplain, Convent of Poor Clares, 

College Road, Cork . . . . . . Cork 

O'Connell, John, c.m. (Superior), St. Peter's Church, 

Phibsboro', Dublin . . . . . . . . Dublin 

O'Connell, John B., B.A., B.D., Glenbrook, Howth . . 

Road . . . . . . . . . . Dublin 

O'Connell, Maurice, P.P., Ballinacargy . . . . Meath 



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429 



NAME AND ADDRESS. 



DIOCESE. 



Cloyne 

Tuam 

Kilmore 

Cork 

Cork 

Gal way 

Killaloe 



O'Connell, Maurice, C.C. (Military Chaplain) 
O'Connell, Michael, P.P., Carnacon, Ballyglass 
O'Connell, Patrick, P.P., V.G., Cootehill, Co. Cavan . . 
O'Connell, Patrick (Canon), P.P., Ovens, Co. Cork . . 
O'Connell, Patrick, P.P., Enniskean, Co. Cork 
O'Connell, Patrick, B.D. (Prof.), St. Columban's, Shrule 
O'Connell, R., P.P., Kildysart 
O'Connell, William (Adm.), Cathedral Presbytery, 

George's Street, Waterford . . . . Waterford & Lismore 

O'Connor, Charles, Chaplain to Forces . . . . Cork. 

O'Connor, D., B.D., B.A., The Seminary, Killarney . . Kerry 
O'Connor, Denis (Canon), P.P., V.F., Listowel . . . Kerry 

O'Connor, D. F., o.c.c. (Prior), Carmel Priory, 338 East 

29th Street, New York. 

O'Connor, Denis (Canon), P.P., V.F., Midleton 
O'Connor, Denis, C.C., Ballina 

O'Connor, Edward, c.ss.r., Esker Monastery, Athenry 
O'Connor, Edward, C.C., Knocknagoshel, Co. Kerry . , 
O'Connor, Edward, C.C., Portadown 
O'Connor, Eugene, C.C., Kenmare 
O'Connor, Francis, Chaplain, Mount St. Joseph 
O'Connor, Fredk., o.c. (Chaplain), Upton, Co. Cork . 
O'Connor, Gerald, P.P., Rockhill, Bruree 
O'Connor, Henry, c.m., St. Vincent's College, Castle- 
knock 

O'Connor, Hugh, C.C., Banogue, Croom 
O'Connor, James (Canon), P.P., Gurteen, Ballymote . , 
O'Connor, James, C.C., Shinrone 
O'Connor, James, s.j., Kew College, Melbourne. 
O'Connor, John, C.C., Cathedral Presbytery, Water- 
ford . . . . . . . . Waterford & Lismore 

O'Connor. James, C.C., Killarney . . . . Kerry 

O'Connor, Jeremiah, P.P., St. Mary's, Limerick . . Limerick 
O'Connor, John, C.C., St. Mary's, Navan. . . . . Meath 

O'Connor, John, C.C., Templedignan, Ballywilliam, 

New Ross . . ... . . . . Ferns 

O'Connor, John, s.m., St. Joseph's, Wellington, N.Z. 
O'Connor, John, s.j., House of Studies, Milltown Park Dublin 
O'Connor, Joseph, P.P., V.F., Castlewellan . .Down & Connor 

O'Connor, Joseph, P.P., Osiei Hill, Brookborough . . Clogher 
O'Connor, J., P.P., Tarbert . . . . . . Kerry 

O'Connor, M., C.C., Eyrecourt, Ballinasloe . . . . Clonfert 

O'Connor, T. J. (Chaplain to the Exped. Forces) 

O'Connor, Martin, B.A., C.C., Wexford . . . . Ferns 

O'Connor, M., C.C., Doon, Pallasgreen . . . . Cashel 

O'Connor, M., C.C., Toomevara . . . . . . Killaloe- 

O'Connor, M., C.C., Knock, Co. Mayo . . . . Tuam 

O'Connor, Michael, c.s.sp., Freetown, Sierra Leone, B. W. Africa. 
O'Connor, Patrick (Canon), P.P., Davidstown, Ennis- 

corthy . . . . . . . . Ferns 

O'Connor, Peter, C.C., Bally gawley . . . . Armagh 



Cloyne 

Killala 

Clonferfc 

Kerry 

Armagh 

Kerry 

Cork 

Cork 

Limerick 

Dublin 
Limerick 
Achonry 
Killaloe 



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NAME AND ADDRESS. DIOCESE. 

O'Connor, Peter, C.C., Newtownforbes . . ... Ardagh 

O'Connor, H. R., o./.m. (Guardian), Waterford Waterford &TLisinore 
O'Connor, Thaddeus, c.s.sp., St. Mary's College, 

Rathmines . . . . . . . Dublin 

O'Connor, Thomas, P.P., Ballinahinch, Newport, Co. 

Tipperary . . . . . . . . Cashel 

O'Connor, Thomas, c.ss.r., Mount St. Alphonsus . . Limerick 

O'Connor, T., Army Chaplain, B.E.F., Salonika . . Cloufert 

O'Connor, T., Mayfield, Cork . . ... . . Cork 

O'Connor Vincent, c.p., St. Joseph's Retreat, Highgate 

Hill, London, N. 

O'Connor, William, P.P., Bonane, Kerry . . . . Kerry 

O'Connor, William, P.P., Knocklong, Co. Limerick . . Cashel 
O'Connor William, o.m.i., Superior, Belcamp Hall, 

Raheny . . . . . . . . . . Dublin 

O'Daly, Bernard, B.A., St. Macarten's Seminary, 

Monaghan . . . . . . . . Clogher 

O'Daly, James, C.C., Clones ... . . . . Clogher 

O'Daly, Michael, C.C., Francis Street, Dublin . . Dublin 

O'Dea, Daniel, C.C., Sixmilebridge . . . . KiUaloe 

O'Dea, Denis (Canon), P.P., Castleconnell . . . . Killaloa 

O'Dea, James, Diocesan Secretary, Mount St. Mary's, Galway 

Galway 

O'Dea, John, P.P., Kilconly, Tuam . . . . Tuam 

O'Dea, J., C.C., Bodyke, Co. Clare . . . . Killaloe 

O'Dea, P., C.C., B.A., Lettermore, Co. Galway . . Galway 

O'Dea, Patrick, C.C., Roscrea . . . . > . . Killaloe 

O'Dea, Stephen, C.C., Groom, Limerick . . . . Limerick 

O'Dempsey, Robert, s.j., St. Francis Xavier's, Lavender 

Bay, Sydney. 

O'Doherty, Anthony, C.C., Carncorn, Castlederg .. Derry 
O'Doherty, Denis, B.D. (Rector), Irish College, Sala- 
manca, Spain. 

O'Doherty, Edw. J., C.C., Glenties . . . . Raphoe 

O'Doherty, John (Adm.), Letterkenny . . . . Raphoe 

O'Doherty, John, P.P., V.G., Strabane, Co. Tyrone . . Derry 
O'Doherty, John, M.A. (Chaplain), St. Damian's, 

Donnybrook . . . . . . . . Dublin 

O'Doherty, John, C.C., Cloghroe, Cork . . . . Cloyne 

O'Doherty, John, C.C., St. Eugene's, Derry . . Derry 

O'Doherty, Michael J. (Canon), P.P.,- Donaghmoyne, 

Carrickmacross . . . . . . . . Clogher 

O 'Doherty,' Patrick, P.P., Claudy, Derry .. .. Derry 

O'Doherty, Philip, P.P., V.F., Carndonagh, Co. Donegal Derry 

O'Doherty, T. D., P.P., Newtownbutler, Co. Fermanagh Clogher 

O'Doherty, William, P.P., Buncrana . . . . Derry 

O'Doherty, William J., C.C., Moville . . . . Derry 

O'Doherty, William T. (Mgr.), P.P., V.F., Omagh . . Derry 

O'Doherty, William (Canon), P.P., Irvinestown . . Clogher 

O'Donnell, Basil, o.d.c., St. Teresa's, Clarendon St. Dublin 

O'Donnell, Edmond, S.T L., The College, Thurles . . Cashel 



1920] THE CLERGY OF IRELAND. 431 

NAME AND ADDRESS. DIOCESE. 

O'Donneil, Eugene, c.ss.r., St. Patrick's, Athenry . . Clonfert 
O'Donnell, Frederick, 106 Constitution St., Leith. 
O'Donneil, Hugh (Pres.), The College, Ballaghadereen Achonry 
O'Donnell, Henry, c.ss.r., Malate, Manila, Philippine Islands. 
O'Donnell, J. J. (Canon), P.P., Kilcar, Co. Donegal . . Raphoe 
O'Donnell, Jas., C.C., Kilcar, Co. Donegal . . . . Raphoe 

O'Donnell, John H., P.P., Ballybrack, Co. Dublin . . Dublin 
O'Donnell, John, Chaplain, Macroom . . . . Cloyne 

O'Donnell, John, P.P., Kildimo, Pallaskenry . . Limerick 

O'Donnell, John, C.C., Aughnagar, Pomeroy . . Armagh 

O'Donnell, John, P.P., Newtown, Kilmacthomas Waterford & Lismore 
O'Donnell, Jn. (Chaplain), Manor Hill, Waterford Waterford & Lismore 
O'Donnell, Martin, C.C., Aran Islands . . . . Tuam 

O'Donnell, Michael (Canon), P.P., V.G., Rathkeale . . Limerick 
O'Donnell, Michael, C.C., Crossmolina . . . . Killala 

O'Donnell, M. J., D.D. (Prof.), St. Patrick's College, 

Maynooth . . . . . . . . Dublin 

O'Donnell, M., B.Ph., Castlerea . . . . . . Elphin 

O'Donnell, Patrick, C.C., Convoy, Co. Donegal . . Raphoe 

O'Donnell, Patrick, C.C. . . . . Waterford & Lismore 

O'Donnell, Pierce, P.P., Ashford, Co. Wicklow . . Dublin 

O'Donnell, Roger, C.C., Killavil, Ballymote . . Achonry 

O'Donnell, Terence (Monsignor), D.D., P.P., V.G., 

Booterstown, Co. Dublin . . . . . . Dublin 

O'Donnell, Thomas, P.P., V.F., Ballymena, Co. Antrim Down & Connor 
O'Donnell, Thomas, c.m. (President), All Hallows 

College, Drumcondra . . . . . . Dublin 

O'Donnell, Thomas, B.D. (Chaplain), Loretto Hall, St. 

Stephen's Green, Dublin . . . . ... Dublin 

O'Donnell, William, P.P., Clogheen . . Waterford & Lismore 

O'Donoughue, D., C.C., Killard, Doonbeg . . . . Killaloe 

O'Donoghue, Denis, B.A., Ballingeary, Macroom . . Cork 
O'Donoghue, Edward, Assistant Chaplain, Curragh 

Camp . . . . . . Kildare & Leighlin 

O'Donoghue, Jerome, C.C., Firies, Killarney . . Kerry 

O'Donoghue, John (Adm.), Fermoy, Co. Cork . . Cloyne 

O'Donoghue, John, Tulla . . . . . . Killaloa 

O'Donoghue, John, c.s.sp., Port of Spain. Trinidad. 
O'Donoghue, Michael, C.C., Kilcommin, Thurles . . Cashel 
O'Donoghue, Ml., C.C., Killorglin . . . . . . Kerry 

O'Donoghue, Patrick, s.j., Clongowes Wood College, 

Co. Kildare . . . . Kildare & Leighlin 

O'Donoghue, Thomas, C.C., St. Anne's Presbytery, 

Convent Hill, Waterford . . . . Waterford & Lisfhore 

O'Donoghue, Timothy (Adm.), Newmarket . . Cloyne 

O'Donoghue, T., C.C., Nenagh . . . . . . Killaloe 

O'Donohoe, Charles, C.C., Kinlough, Bundoran . . Kilmore 

O'Donohoe, M., C.C., Ballymacward .. .. Clonfert 

O'Donohoe, Patrick, C.C., Killeshandra . . . . Kilmore 

O'Donovan, James, C.C., Newcourt, Skibbereen . . Ross 



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[1920 



NAME AND ADDRESS. DIOCESE. 

O'Donovan, John, B.A., St. Columban's College, Shrule Galway 

O'Donovan, Patrick, C.C., Passage, Cork . . . . Cork 

O'Donovan, Patrick, P.P., Caheragh, Drimoleague . . Cork 

O'Donovan, Daniel, C.C., Ballincolirg .. .. Cork 
O'Donovan, James B.D. (Prof.), St. Peter's College, 

Wexf ord . . . . . . . . . . Ferns 

O'Dowd, John, C.C., Spawell Road, Wexford . . Ferns 

O'Dowd, John, C.C., Ballaghadereen . . . . Achonry 

O'Dowd, P., C.C., St. Mary's, Sligo . . . . Elphin 

O'Driscoll, David (Canon), P.P., St. Munchin's, 

Limerick . . . . . . . . . . Limerick 

O'Driscoll, James, B.A. (Chaplain), St. Joseph's Asylum, 

Portland Row, Dublin . . . . . . Dublin 

O'Driscoll, Jeremiah, P.P., Rath, Skibbereen .. Ross 

O'Dwyer, Ambrose, o.s.a., Fethard, Co. Tipperary . . Cashel 
O'Dwyer, James, s.j. St. Aloysius College, Sydney. 

O'Dwyer, Jeremiah, P.P., Cloiidrohid, Macroom . . Cloyne 

O'Dwyer, Michael, o.m.i., Belcamp Hall, Raheriy . . Dublin 

O'Dwyer, Michael, D.D., Bursar, The College, Thurles Cashel 

O'Dwyer, M., o.s.a., Augustinian Priory . . . . Tuam 

O'Dwyer, P. E., o.c.c., Carmelite Convent, Middle Park, 

S. Melbourne, Australia, i , 
O'Dwyer, Thomas, s.j. (Rector), St. Ignatius' College, 

Riverview, Sydney, Australia. 

O'Dwyer, Timothy, C.C., Murroe, Co. Limerick . . Cashel 

O'Dwyer, William, C.C., B.A., Rathkeale . . . . Limerick 

O'Dwyer, Wm., C.C., Pallasgreen, Co. Limerick . . Cashel 

O'Farrell, B., Army Chaplain . . . . . . Meath 

O'Farrell, Gabriel H., o.p. (Prior), St. Mary's Priory, 

Cork . . . ." . . . . . . Cork 

O'Farrell, G. M., o.p., St. Mary's Priory . . . . Cork 

O'Farrell, G. G., o.c.c., B.A., 182 Street, Bronx, New 

York. 

O'Farrell, Jamea, C.C., Lanesborough, Longford . . Ardagh 

O'Farrell, J., C.C., Ballyvaughan . . . . . . Kilfenora 

O'Farrell, M. (Prof.), All Hallows College, Drumcondra Dublin 

O'Farrell, Martin, C.C., Ballinakill, Loughrea . . Clonfert 

O'Farrell, Matthew, P.P., Athboy, Co. Meath . . Meath 
O'Farrell, Michael V., c.m., St. John's University 

College, Sydney. 

O'Farrell, Patrick, P.P., Carrabane, Athenry . . Clonfert 

O'Farrell, Peter, Army Chaplain . . . . Ardagh 

O'Farrell, T. (Pres.), St. Finian's College, Mullingar . . Meath 

O'Farrell, Wm., C.C., Gowel, Carrick-on- Shannon . . Ardagh 

O'Farrell, Wm., P.P., Urlingford, Co. Kilkenny . . Ossory 

O'Fegan, N., Adm., Liscannor . . . . . . Kilfenora 

O'Ferrall, J. More, s.m , Wangani, N.Z. 

O Flaherty, James, B.A., P.P., Armoy, Co. Antrim . .Down & Connor 



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433 



NAME AND ADDRESS. 



DIOCESE. 



O'Flaherty, James, B.A., B.D., Dungannon . . Armagh 

O'Flaherty, Michael, D.D., Summerhill College, Sligo Elphin 
O'Flaherty, M. P., o.p., St. Magdalen's Priory, Drogheda Armagh 
O'Flaherty, Patrick, P.P., Keelogues, Castlebar .. Tuam 

O'Flanagan, Michael, C.C., Roscommon . . . . Elphin 

O'Flynn, Christopher, c.ss.r., St. Joseph's, Dundalk . . Armagh 
O'Flynn, Cornelius L., C.C., Rathcormac, Co. Cork . . Cloyne 
O'Flynn, Denis, P.P., Crosshaven . . . . Cork 

O'Flynn, Ed., o.s.a., St. Augustine's, Hammersmith 
O'Flynn, Ed., St. Finbarr's, West, Cork . . . Cork 

O'Flynn, J. C. (Chaplain), Lunatic Asylum, Cork . Cork 
O'Flynn, M., P.P., Caherdaniel . . . . . Kerry 

O'Flynn, P. J , C.C., Curraghboy, Athlone . . . Elphin 

O'Flynn, P., .-?./., Manresa House, Hawthorne, Melbourne. 
O'Flynn, Patrick, B.A. (Chaplain), Lakelands, Sandym't. Dublin 
O'Flynn, Raymond, c.ss.r\, Mount St. Alphonsus, 

Limerick . . . . . . ... Limerick 

O'Flynn, W., o.s.a. (Prior), Callan . . . . Ossory 

O'Friel, Arthur J., C.C., Glenvar, Letterkenny . . Raphoe 

O'Gara, Hugh, Letterkenny . . . . . . Raphoe 

O'Gorman, C., o.s.a., D.D. (Com.-General), St. Patrick's, 

Rome. 
O'Gorman, Daniel, B.A. C.C., Howth . . . . Dublin 

O'Gorman, J., C.C., St. Mary's, Limerick . . . . Limerick 

O'Gorman, J., C.C., Kilrush . . . . . . Killaloe 

O'Gorman, Patrick, C.C., St. Margaret's, Co. Dublin . . Dublin 
O'Gorman, Patrick, c.m., Eglise, St. Joseph's, Toung T'ang, Pekin, 

China. 

O'Gorman, R. A., o.s.a. (Prior), St. Augustine's, Cork Cork 
O'Gorman, Rt. Rev. John, c.s.sp. (Vicar-Apostolic), 

Sierra Leone, B. W. Africa. 

O'Gorman, Thos. C.C., Templemichael, Youghal Waterford & Lismore 
O'Grady, Cornelius, c.p., St. Mary's Retreat, Har- 

borne, Birmingham. 

O'Grady, John (Canon), P.P., Bohola, Swinford . . Achonry 
O'Grady, John, C.C., Courtown Harbour, Gorey . Ferns 

O'Grady, J., C.C., Cornamona, Clonbur . . . . Tuam 

O'Grady, Patrick J., P.P., Keash, Ballymote, Co. Mayo Achonry 
O'Grady, T. V., of.m., Carrick Beg . . Walerford & Lismore 

O'Hagan, Daniel (President), St. Colman's Seminary, 

Newry . . . . . . . . . . Dromore 

O'Haire, P., C.C., Baltinglass . . . . Kildare & Leighlin 

O : Halloran, Daniel (Canon), P.P., Castlecomer, Kilkenny Ossory 



O'Halloran, John, P.P., Burges, Nenagh 

O'Halloran, Martin, C.C., Urlingford, Queen's Co. 

O'Halloran, P. J., C.C., Nenagh 

O'Halloran, William, P.P., Currans, Farranfore 

O'Hanlon, Thomas P., c.s.sp., Blackrock College, Dublin 

O'Hara, Denis, P.P., Kiltimagh 

O'Hara, E., C.C., Kiltimagh; Co. Mayo 



Killaloe 

Ossory 

Killaloe 

Kerry 

Dublin 

Achonry 

Achonry 



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[1920 



NAME AND ADDRESS. DIOCESES. 

O'Hara, James, P.P., V.F., Dundrum, Co. Down . .Down & Connor 

O'Hara, Michael, C.C., Bohola, Swinford . . . . Achonry 

O'Hara, Patrick, P.P., Four Mile House, Derrane, 

Roscommon . . . . - . . . . Elphin 

O'Hara, Patrick, P.P., Rathowen . . . . . . Ardagh 

O'Hara, P. J., o.p., St. Saviour's Priory, Dominick 

Street, Dublin . . . . . . . . Dublin 

O'Hara, Roger (Archdeacon), P.P., Kilmovee, Ballagha- 

dereen . . . . . . . . Achonry 

O'Hara, Thomas, C.C., Ballycroy, Ballina . . . . Killala 

O'Hare, Francis Joseph, C.C., Newry . . . . Dromore 

O'Hare, John, P.P., Dromore, Co. Down . . . . Dromore 

O'Hare, Michael, C.C., D.D., Annaclone, Banbridge . . Dromore 

O'HarOj M., C.C., Magheralin . . . . . . Dromore 

O'Hare, Peter, c.p., St. Paul's Retreat, Glen Osmond, 

Adelaide, S.A.- 

O'Hare, T., B A., C.C., Annacloy P.O., Co. Down Down & Connor 

O'Hart, J., c.s.sp.,-B.A., St. Mary's College, Rathmines Dublin 

O'Harte, P. F., C.C., Kiltimagh . . . . . . Achoniy 

O'Harte, Edward, C.C., Monaghan . . . . Clogher 

O'Harte, James, C.C., Emyvnle . . . . . . Clogher 

O'Hea, Brendan, c.m., St. Vincent's, Ashfield, N.S.W. 
O'Hea, F., o.s.a., St. Augustine's, Hammersmith, London, W. 

O'Hea, Timothy, P.P., Timoleague . . . . Ross 

O'Herlihy, D. 'j., Bishop's Secretary, The Palace, 

Killarney . . . . . . . . Kerry 

O'Herlihy, T., c.m., St. Patrick's Training College, 

Drumcondra . . . . . . . . Dublin 

O'Houlihan, M., C.C., Ballynacally, Co. Clare . . Killaloe 

O'Kane, Bernard (Adm.), D.D., Maghera . . . . Derry 

O'Kane, Denis, C.C., S.T.L., College of St. Mel, 

Longford . . . . . . . . , . Ardagh 

O'Kane, Hugh, C.C., Malin Head . . . . . . Derry 

O'Kane, James, P.P., V.F., Melmount, Strabane . . Derry 

O'Kane, John F., C.C., Buncrana, Co. Derry . . Derry 

O'Kane, Michael, o.p., S.T.L. (Sub-Prior), St. Saviour's, 

Dominick Street, Dublin . . . . . . Dublin 

O'Keeffe, Andrew (Adm.), St. Mary's, Kilkenny . . Ossory 

O'Keeffe, Bartholomew, D.D. (Chaplain), Youghal . . Cloyne 

O'Keeffe, David, C.C., Queenstown, Co. Cork . . Cloyne 

O'Keeffe, Denis, M.A., Queen's University, Belfast Down & Connor 
O'Keeffe, Edward (Chaplain), Workhouse, Kilkenny Ossory 

O'Keeffe, Francis, s.j., St. Francis Xavier's College, 

Kew, Melbourne. 

O'Keeffe, James, C.C., B.A., Valleymount, Blessington Dublin 
O'Keeffe, John, B.A. (Dean of Studies), St. Kieran's 

College, Kilkenny . . . . . . . Ossory 

O'Keeffe, John, P.P., Lisgoold, Midleton, Co. Cork . Cloyne 

O'Keeffe, John, C.C., Castletown, Inch, Gorey . Dublin 

O'Keeffe, Joseph (Canon), P.P., Rathfarnham . Dublin 

O'Keeffe, Joseph, P.P., Aghinagh, Co. Cork . Cloyne 



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435 



NAME AND ADDRESS. 



DIOCESE. 

Dublin 

Cloyne 

Armagh 

Cork 

Meath 

Kilmore 

Kilmore 



Dublin 



O'Keeffe, Patrick, M.A.; C.C., Saggart, Co. Dublin . . 

O'Keeffe, Michael, C.C., Castlemagner, Lombardstown 

O'Keeffe, Nicholas, o.s.a., St. Augustine's, Drogheda . . 

O'Keeffe, T , B.A., C.C., Drinagh, Co. Cork 

O'Keeffe, T., C.C., Tullamore 

O'Keeffe, Thomas A., C.C., Cross Mullagh . . 

O'Kseffe, T A., C.C., Clefforna, Cootehill 

O'Keeffe, Timothy, 5.7'., St. Francis Xavier's, Gardiner 

Street., 
O'Keeffe, William, $.;'. , St. Ignatius' College, Riverview, 

Sydney. 
O'Kelleher, John, S.T.L., B.C.L., St. John's College, 

Waterford . . . . . . Waterford & Lismore 

O'Kelleher, Timothy, C.C., Clondrohid, Macroom . . Cloyne 
O'Kelly, S. A., o.p. (Vicar), St. Laurence's, N. 

Adelaide, S. Australia. 

O'Kelly, Augustine, s.j., Mungret College . . . . Limerick 

O Kelly, John, P.P., College House, Galway . . Galway 

O'Kelly, Laurence, o.p., Port of Spain, Trinidad, B.W.I. 
O'Kelly, P. J., C.C., St. Patrick's, Belfast .. . .Down & Connor 

O'Kelly, Thomas, B.D. (Prof.), University College, 

Galway 

O'Kennedy, John, St. Finbar's College, Cork 
O'Kennedy, Richard (Canon), P.P., Fedamore, Bruff 
O'Kennedy, W., B.D. (President), St. Flannan's College, 

Ennis 

O'Kieraii, Laurence, P.P., Magheramena, Co. Fer- 
managh 

O'Leary, Arthur, C.C., Rathkeale 
O'Leary, J., P.P., Inchigeela, Co. Cork 
O'Leary, Daniel, C.C., Lisgoold, Co. Cork 
O'Leary, David P.P., V.G., Dean of Kerry, Tralea . . 
O'Leary, Edward, P.P., Portarlington 
O'Leary, Edward, o.s.a. (Prior), Dungarvan 



Galway 

Cork 

Limerick 

Killaloe 



Clogher 
Limerick 
. . Cork 

Cloyne 
. . Kerry 
Kildare & Leighlin 
Waterford & Lismore 



O'Leary, John (Mgr.), P.P., V.F., Clonakilty . . Ross 

O'Leary, John (Chaplain), Eglington Asylum, Cork Cork 

O'Leary, John, P.P., Kilbrittain, Co. Cork . . . . Cork" 

O'Leary, Mark, Missionary House, Temuka, N.Z. 

O'Leary, Ml., C.C., Dromod, Cahirciveen, Kerry . . Kerry 

O'Leary, Ml., C.C., Bantry, Co. Cork . . " . . Cork 

O'Leary, Patrick (Canon), D.D., P.P., V.F., Millstreet, 

Co. Cork . . . . . . . . . . Kerry 

O'Leary, Patrick (Canon), P.P., SS. Peter & Paul's Cork 

O'Leary, Patrick, P.P., Schull, Co. Cork . . . . Cork 

O'Leary, Patrick, C.C., Inchigeela . . . . Cork 

O'Leary, Peter (Canon), P.P., Castlelyons, Co. Cork . . Cloyne 

O'Leary, Peter, c.m., St. Peter's Church, Phibsboro' . . Dublin 

O'Leary, Peter (Vice-President), The College, Sligo Elphin 
O'Leary, Timothy, (Canon), P.P., Glounthaune, 

Co. Cork. . . . . ' . . . . Cork 

O'Leary, Timothy, C.C., B.D., St. Finbarr's, Cork . . Cork 



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NAME AND ADDRESS. 



DIOCESE. 

. Dublin 

. Down & Connor 

. Clonfert 



O'Leary, Wm., s.j., Milltown Park 
O'Loan, Charles, B.A., P.P., Annalong, Co. Down 
O'Looney, Clement, o.d.c., The Abbey, Loughrea 
O'Loughlin, N., c.s.sp., Irish Missionary Band, Phila- 
delphia, U.S.A. 

O'Loughlin, Francis, C.C., 25 Rathmines Road, Dublin 
O'Loughlin, Malachy, o.p., S.T.L., B.A., Port of Spain, 

Trinidad, B.W.I. 

O'Loughlin, P., C.C., Ballymacward, Ballinasloe 
O'Mahony, Denis, C.C., Carrignavar, Co. Cork 
O'Mahony, Florence, C.C., Desertserges, Enniskean, 

Co. Cork. 

O'Mahony, James, B.A., Kealkill, Bantry, Cork 
O'Mahony, James (Canon), P.P., Blackrock, Cork 
O'Mahony, James, C.C., B.A., City Quay, Dublin 
O'Mahony, Jerome, s.j., College of Sacred Heart, 

Limerick 

O'Mahony, John, C.C., Kilnamartyra, Macroom 
O'Mahony, John, B.A., Chaplain, Cathedral, Cork . . 
O'Mahony, Martin, c.s.sp., Blackrock College, Dublin 
O'Mahony, Wm., C.C., Clogheen 
O'Malley,' James, C.C., Galbally, Co. Tipperary 
O'Malley, John, P.P., Bekan, Ballyhaunis 
O'Malley, John, P.P., Turloughmore, Co. Galway 
O'Malley, Thomas, P.P., Partry, Ballinrobe 
O'Mara, Patrick, s.j., Rathfarnham Castle 
O'Mara, Thomas, s.j , St. Stanislaus' Colleges Tullamore 
O'Meara, Daniel, P.P., Ogonneiloe, Co. Clare 
O'Meara, L., C.C., Killoran, Ballinasloe 
O'Meara, Joseph, C.C., Birr, King's County 
O'Meara, Patrick, P.P., Monsea, Nenagh 
O'Meara, Thomas, P.P., Mullinahone 
O'Meehan, J. I., o.f.m., Chaplain Expeditionary Army. 
O'Meehan, J. W., C.C.. Mountpellier Terrace, Galway 
O'Molloy, T. F., B.D., St. Flannan's College, Ennis . . 
O'Mullin, Patrick, C.C., Strabane 

O'Neill, Albert, o.p., S.T.B., J.C.D., St. Saviour's 
Priory, Dominick Street, Dublin 

O'Neill, Anthony, C.C., Murlog, Lifford 

O'Neill, B., C.C., Dunboyne 

O'Neill, C., C.C., B.A., St. Peter's, Belfast . .Down & Connor 

O'Neill, Clement, o.p., S.T.L., Fribourg, Switzerland. 

O'Neill, Eugene, c.ss.r., Redemptorist Monastery, 
North Perth, W. Australia. 

O'Neill, Felix, C.C., Eglinton, Derry 

O'Neill, Francis, C.C., Bayview Cottage, Dundalk 

O'Neill, George, s.j., St. Ignatius', 35 Lr. Leeson St. 

O'Neill; Hugh; B.A., Akahista, Bantry 

O'Neill, James K., P.P., Sacred Heart, Belfast 

O'Neill, James, C.C., Dromintee, Co. Armagh 

O'Neill, J. K., C.C., "Loughrea, Co. Galway 



Dublin 



Clonfert 
Cork 

Cork 
Cork 
Cork 
Dublin 

Limerick 
Cloyne 
Cork 
Dublin 
Waterford & Lismore 
Cashel 
Tuam 
Tuam 
Tuam 
Dublin 
Meath 
Killaloe- 
Clonfert 
Killaloe 
Killaloe 
Cashel 

Galway 
Killaloe 
Derry 

Dublin 

Derry 

Meath 



Derry 

Armagh 
Dublin 
Cork 

Down & Connor 
Armagh 
Clonfert 



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NAME AND ADDRESS. 

O'Neill, J., D.D., c.s.sp., Rockwell College, Cashel . . 
O'Neill, John, Ph.D. (Prof.), St. Patrick's College, 

Mavnooth 

O'Neill," John, C.C., Clogher Head,Drogheda 
O'Neill, John, C.C., Templemore 
O'Neill, John (Adm.), St. Patrick's, Belfast 
O'Neill, Joseph, c.p., Marrickville, Sydney, N.S.W. 
O'Neill, Joseph P., P.P., Donaghmore, Co. Tyrone 
O'Neill, Laurence, C.C., B.A., Clonegall 
O'Neill, T. M., o.p., West Convent, Galway 
O'Neill, Michael, C.C., Dromara ',-. 

O'Neill, Michael (Canon), D.D., P.P., Latten, Tipperary 
O'Neill, Michael, P.P., Knockloghrim, Co. Derry 
O'Neill, Patrick, D.D. (Prof.) Maynooth College 
O'Neill, Patrick, C.C., Tramore 
O'Neill, Patrick,- C.C., B.A., Rosacarbery 
O'Neill, P. J., P.P., Knockbreda, Belfast . . 
O'Neill, Reginald, c.p., " The Graan," Enniskillen 
O'Neill, Thos., P.P., Baltinglass, Co. Wicklow 
O'Neill, Walter J. (Adm.), St. Columba's, Derry 
O'Neill, William (Dean), P.P., Kilanerin, Gorey 
O'Neill, William, Military Chaplain 



DIOCESE. 

Cashel 

Dublin 

Armagh 
. . Cashel 
. . Down & Connor 

Armagh 
Kildare & Leighlin 

Galway 

Dromore 

Cashel 

Derry 
. . Dublin 
Waterford '& Lismore 
. . Ross 
. .Down & Connor 

Clogher 

Kildare & Leighlin 
. . Derry 
. . Ferns 

Cloyne 



Maynooth College 



Dublin 

Armagh 

Meath 

Down & Connor 
Down & Connor 

Cork 

Armagh 

Dublin 

Cork 



Ossory 
Kilmore 



O'Nolan, Gerald, M.A., B.D. (Prof. 

O'Quinn, Seumas, C.C., Bessbrook 

O'Rafferty, John, P.P., Slane, Meath 

O'Rafferty, Patrick, C.C., Portstewart 

O'Rawe, Richard, P.P., Strangford, Co. Down 

O'Regan, Jer., C.C., St. Patrick's, Cork 

O'Regan, K. M., o.f.m., Drogheda 

O'Regan, Pk., c.m., St. Joseph's, Blackrock 

O'Regan, Wm., C.C., Enniskean, Co. Cork 

O'Reilly, Alphonsus, o.p. (Prior), Black Abbey, 

Kilkenny 

O'Reilly, Bernard, P P. f Drung, Cavan 
O'Reilly, Bernard, B.A., o.m.t., Mount St. Mary's, Leeds. 
O'Reilly, Charles, s.m., Blenheim, N Z. 
O'Reilly, D., P.P., Drumaroad, Co. Down . . . .Down & Connor 

O'Reilly, Edward, P.P., Drumreilly Upper, Ballinamore Kilmofe 
O'Reilly, Edward, C.C., Gowel, Carrick-on- Shannon Ardagh 

O'Reilly, Edward, P.P., Kilcormac, King's County . . Meath 
O'Reilly, Francis, C.C., Drumahair . . . . Ardagh 

O'Reilly, Francis M., o.c.e., Carmelite Convent, Kildare Dublin 
O'Reilly, Hugh, Mgi. (Adm.), Rostrevor .. .. Dromore 

O'Reilly, J., B.A., St. Jarlath's College, Tuam . . Tuam 

O'Reilly, J., C.C., Feakle .. .. .. Killaloe 

O'Reilly, J. P., o.c.c., 56 Aungier Street, Dublin . . Dublin 
O'Reilly, J., C.C., Glenamaddy, Castlerea . . . . Tuam 

O'Reilly, James, C.C., Ballytoje, Co. Kildare . . Dublin 

O'Reilly, James, C.C., Kilcormac . . . . . . Meath 

O'Reilly, John, P.P., Killinkere, Virginia . . . . Kilmore 

O'Reilly, John, C.C., Cavan . . . . . . Kilmore 



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ALPHABETICAL LIST OF 



[1920 



NAMB AND ADDRESS. 

John G., C.C., Pro-Cathedral, 



Marlboro' 



O'Reilly, 

Street 
O'Reilly, Joseph, C.C., St. Laurence OToole's, Seville 

Place 

O'Reilly, John, C.C., Navan 
O'Reilly, John, J. c.s.sp., Philadelphia, U.S.A. 
O'Reilly, Maurice, c.m. (Superior), St. John's University 

College, Sydney, N.S.W. 

O'Reilly, Matthew, C.C., Geevagh, Bally farnon 
O'Reilly, M. (ex-Provincial), o.c.c., Carmelite Convent, 

Whitefriar Street 

O'Reilly, M., o.m.i., St. Ann's, Rock Ferry. 
O'Reilly, Patrick, P.P., V.F., Kinawley, Swanlinbar . . 
O'Reilly, Patrick, P.P., V.F., Knockninny, Teemore, 

Belturbet 

O'Reilly, Patrick (Canon), P.P., Killala, Co. Mayo . . 
O'Reilly, Patrick, C.C., Bailieborough 
O'Reilly, Patrick, C.C., Banagher 
O'Reilly, Peter, C.C., Lurgan, Virginia 
O'Reilly, Richard, s.j., St. Stanislaus' College, Tullambre 
O'Reilly, Thomas, C.C., D.D., 48 Westland Row 
O'Reilly, Thos. (Prof.), Fiibourg, Switzerland 
O'Reilly, Thomas, P.P., V.F. (Canon), Kiltoghert, 

Gowel, Carrick-on-Shannon 

O'Reilly, W., a.j., College Sacred Heart, Limerick 
O'Riordan, David, C.C., Athea, Co. Limerick 
O'Riordan, Denis J. (Canon), P.P., Boherbee 
O'Riordan, Edward, C.C., Lixnaw, Listowel 
O'Riordan, Thomas, C.C., Arklow 
O'Riordan, W., C.C., Kenmare, Co. Kerry 
Ormond, Laurence, P.P., Ring, Dungarvan . . 
Ormond, William (Adm.), Carrickbeg, Co. 

ford 



DIOCESB. 
Dublin 

Dublin 
Meath 



Elphin 
Dublin 
Kilmore 

Kilmore