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Patrick O'Donoghue

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The Diocese of Cloyne

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The Diocese of Cloyne

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Employment History

Chairman

Sacred Music Commission


Director of Liturgy

Archdiocese of Dublin


Priest

Dublin diocese


Director of Liturgy

Dublin diocese


Affiliations

Our Lady's Choral Society

Board Member


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www.avondhupress.ie

'I was delighted to be able to come back and say Mass in a town where everyone was very kind to me' - Fr Patrick O'Donoghue
Kathleen O'Sullivan chatting with recently ordained priest, Fr. Patrick O'Donoghue following last Thursday evening's Mass in Mitchelstown. Photo: John Ahern Canon Tim O'Leary pictured with some of those who attended Fr. Patrick O'Donoghue's Mass in Mitchelstown last Thursday evening, l-r: Hannah Flannelly (Ballyporeen), Nellie Reidy (Mitchelstown), William Reidy (Mitchelstown), Catherine Hanley (The Demense, Mitchelstown) and Tom Flannelly (Ballyporeen). Photo: John Ahern The Diocese of Cloyne's newest priest, Fr Patrick O'Donoghue, returned to Mitchelstown last Thursday, to say Mass in the Church of the Immaculate Conception. The Castlemartyr native and a pharmacy graduate of Trinity College, Dublin, spent a very enjoyable 12 months in Mitchelstown while preparing for the priesthood and he was thrilled to be back among friends and acquaintances. "This evening was very special for me, I was delighted to be able to come back and say Mass in a town where everyone was very kind to me," he said. Concelebrating with Fr O'Donoghue were: Canon Michael Fitzgerald, Canon Tim O'Leary and Fr Patrick Cahill. Fr O'Donoghue thanked sacristan, Pat McEvoy and organist, Anna Maria Russell, for their much appreciated input. 50/60 people attended and as referred to by Fr O'Donoghue all received a special blessing following Mass. Having been ordained on November 24, 2013, Fr O'Donoghue was assigned to Cobh where he is CC.


www.columba.ie [cached]

Patrick O'DonoghuePatrick O'Donoghue ISBN: 1-85607-275-4 The book has been produced by the Advisory Committee on Church Music and edited by Fr Pat O'Donoghue.Patrick O'Donoghue, a priest of the Dublin diocese, is Chairman of the Sacred Music Commission in Dublin.He is also Director of Our Lady's Choral Society, and a regualr contributor to Intercom.


www.parishofdungannon.com [cached]

The evening, which has been organised by the Diocesan Liturgy Commission, will be facilitated by Fr Pat O'Donohue, who is based at the Pro-Cathedral, Dublin, and who is Director of Liturgy in the Archdiocese of Dublin.


www.scottishchristian.com

The director of liturgy for Dublin diocese, Fr Pat O'Donohue, said: "There is a remedy for this, a practical solution, which is not to hold the thurible in such a way that the smoke goes up into the nostrils.


www.irishcollege.org [cached]

Those to be ordained Deacons are: Liam Boyle (Diocese of Raphoe), Brian Fitzpatrick (Diocese of Dromore), Dominic McGrattan (Diocese of Down and Connor), and Patrick O'Donoghue (Diocese of Cloyne).


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