Religious (Roman Catholic) Education, 1846, Co. Dublin

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48 Parishes
9 in city and 39 in the country

Archbishop and Primate of Ireland: His Grace the most Rev. Daniel Murray, D.D.,
9, Mountjoy Square, Dublin

Venerable Chapter of the Archdiocese of Dublin
Dean: Very Rev. Walter Meyler, V.G., St. Andrew\’s, Dublin
Vicar-General & Precentor: Very Rev. Wm. Yore, St. Paul\’s, Dublin
Chancellor: Rev. M. Flanagan, St. Nicholas Without, Dublin
Treasurer: Rev. A. O\’Connell, D.D., SS Michael & John, Dublin
Archdeacon of Dublin. Ven. John Hamilton, St. Mary\’s, Dublin
Archdeacon of Glendalough: Very Rev. John Grant, Wicklow.

PREBENDARIES
Kilmactalway: Rev. Laurence Dunne, Castledermott
Swords: Rev. Wm. Stafford, Rathmines
Castleknock: Rev. John Ennis, D.D., Booterstown, Dublin
Mulhuddard: Rev. A. Costigan, Lusk, Dublin
St. Audoen: Rev. B. Sheridan, Kingstown
St. Jago: Rev. P. Woods, Celbridge
Wicklow: Rev. John Hyland, Dunlavin
Timothan: Rev. J. Monks, St. Audoen\’s
Tipper: Rev. Mathias Kelly, Clondalkin
Tassagar: Rev. James W. M\’Gauley, St. Mary\’s, Dublin
Howth: Rev. Cornelius Rooney, St. Andrew\’s, Dublin
Maynooth: Rev. John Miley, D.D., St. Mary\’s, Dublin
Howth: Rev. Charles Jos. Finn, D.D., Irishtown
Rathmichael: Rev. James Callanan, Clontarf
Monmohenoc: Rev. A. Roche, Bray

Tipperkevin – one part: Rev. T. Laphen, D.D., St. Mary\’s, Dublin
Tipperkevin: second part: Rev. P.J. Doyle, St. Michen\’s, Dublin

Donaghmore in Omaile: one part: Rec. P. Kearney, St. Catherine\’s, Dublin
Donaghmore in Omaile: second part: Rev. W. Meagher, St. Mary\’s, Dublin

Stagonily: Rev. Peter Cooper, St. Mary\’s, Dublin
Clonmethan: Rev. A. Quinn, D.D., St. Andrew\’s
Cullen: Rev. M. Toole, Narraghmore

N.B. Those with V.F. Attached to their names (Vicars Foreign) are Masters of Conferences or Rural Deans.

Convents and Regular Clergy of Archdiocese of Dublin
Augustinians, John Street
Right Rev. Dr. O\’Connor, Bishop of Saldes
V. Rev. Charles Stuart, Prov.
V. Rev. J. O\’Neil, ex. Pro
Rev. James Spratt
Rev. Patrick Pentony
Rev. John Walsh

Capuchins, St. Francis, Church Street.
V. Rev. J.J.F. Murphy, Guardian
Rev. Wm. Brophy
Rev. J.P. Hanly
Rev. J.B. Buckley
Rev. P.F. Duggan
Rev. D.T. Ashe
Rev. Edward M\’Sweeny

Calced Carmelites, Whitefriar St.
V. Rev. Richard Colgan, Prov.
Rev. Edward Rorke, Prior
V. Rev. William Withers
V. Rev. William Kinsella
Rev. Andrew Day
V. Rev. John Spratt, S.T., M. Com. Genl. of England & France
Rev. Michael E. Tobin
Rev. M. Keane

Dominicans, Denmark St.,
V. Rev. W. Vin. Harold, D.D., Prior
Rev. P. Kelly
Rev. Luke D. Dempsey
Rev. James T. Murphy
Rev. Robert Austin White

Discalced Carmelites, Clarendon St.
V. Rev. R.J. O\’Hanlon, Prov.
Rev. J. Maher, Prior
Rev. James Oates
Rev. Christobal Nogueras
Rev. Edward Hyland
Rev. James Finegan
Rev. Daniel Hogan

Franciscans, Merchant\’s Quay
V. Rev. John Mullock, Guardian
Rev. John Murphy
Rev. P. M\’Cabe
Rev. Charles Browne
Rev. P. M\’Auley
Rev. Timothy Banan

Society of Jesus, Church of Saint Xavier, Upper Gardiner st.
Rev. J. Curtis, Superior
Rev. Charles Aylmer
Rev. Charles Young
Rev. Charles Ferguson
Rev. Patrick Meagher
Rev. Michael Kavanagh
Rev. Dr. H. Sheehan
Rev. William Ryan
Rev. Mr. Quirk
Rev. James M\’Donnell

Society of Vincent De Paul, Castleknock
V. Rev. Philip Dowley, Pr.
Rev. John M\’Cann
Rev. Thomas M\’Namara
Rev. James Lynch
Rev. Roger Kickham
Rev. Michael Burke
Rev. Thomas Kelly.

Total: Bishop 1 ; Parish Priests 47; Curates 106; Chapels 122;
Other Clergymen unemployed 10
Regulars 50
Total 214

Provincials of Religious Orders in Ireland
Society of Jesus: Very Rev. Robert St. Leger, Gardiner Street
Dominicans : Very Rev. Patrick Dunne, Dundalk
Franciscans: Very Rev. Edward Hogan, Cork
Capuchins: Very Rev. Theobald Mathew, Cove street, Cork
Augustinians: Very Rev. Charles Stuart, John-street, Dublin
Ground Carmelites: Very Rev. Richard Colgan, Whitefriar-st., Dublin
Discalced Carmelites: V. Rev. R.J. O\’Hanlon, Clarendon-st., Dublin
C. Carmelites of England & France: Com. Gen. V. Rev. John Spratt, Aungier street, Dublin
New Catholic College of All-hallows for foreign missions : Rev. John Hand, President, Clonturk, Drumcondra and 37 Upper Ormond Quay, Dublin (see details at end of Dublin)

In addition to the clergymen attached to the Parish Churches, Friaries and Nunneries, there are others who officiate in Monasteries or public establishments in this archdiocese; as:
Rev. Patrick Murphy, D.D., Chaplin to N. Dublin Union, House of Industry and Richmond Lunatic Asylum
Rev. Edward Murphy, Assistant to above
Rev. R. Henry, C. south district and North William-st., Convent.
Rev. Mr. Smith, Chaplain to St. Joseph\’s Monastery, Clondalkin
Rev. L. Brenan, O.S.D., Convent, Athy
Rev. George Canavan, P.P., Chaplain of South Union Workhouse
Rev. P.J. Coyle, St. Andrew\’s
Rev. Laur. Parsley, (of St. Paul\’s Church) Chaplain to the Garrison
Rev. J. M\’Cann (of St. Michan\’s Church) Chaplain of Newgate and Sheriff\’s Prisons
Rev. B. Kirby, Chaplain to Richmond Penitentiary, Granggorman lane
Rev. Michael Bernard Carroll, Phibsborough. Chaplain to Asylum, Dominick st., and Upper Baggot st.
Rev. J. Murphy, officiates in St. Joseph\’s Asylum
Rev. Mr. Maguire, officiates in Denmark st.
Rev. Mr. Devereux, officiates in Denmark st., Dublin.

The Churches & Convents to which Letters of Aggregation have been given by the Irish V.P., St. Mary\’s Church, Rathmines:

Ven. & Rev. J. Hamilton, Church of the Conception
Rev. Thomas Dempsey, Lurgan, Londonderry
Rev. Henry O\’Shea, St. Francis\’ Church, Merchant\’s Quay
The Religious Convent of St. Joseph, Ranelagh
The Religious Convent of St. Clare, Harold\’s Cross
Rev. James Fitzpatrick, P.P. Castletownroach
Rev. Patrick Smyth, P.P. Sandyford and Glencullen
Rev. Thomas O\’Dwyer, Castletown, Enniskerry
Rev. Michael Malone ad the congregation of St. Francis, city of Limerick
Rev. Peter Magrath and the Isle of Man
Rev. James Hughes, and the College of Carlow
St. Joseph\’s Convent, Cahirciveen, Kerry
Presentation Convent, George\’s Hill
Presentation Convent, Mullingar
Religious of the Convent Carlow
Religious of the Sisters of Mercy, Carlow
Religious of the Church of St. Margaret\’s, Finglas
Church of St. Andrew, Westland Row, Dublin
Religious Sisters of Loretto at Calcutta
Religious Sisters of St. Catherine, Sion Hill
Church of St. Catherine, Meath street
Inmates of St. Joseph, Portland Row
Presentation Convent, Tralee
Carmelite Convent, Delgany
Inmates of the Prison, Circular Road
Late Rev. Peter Tyrrell, P.P., Lusk
St. Mary\’s Asylum, Drumcondra

Nunneries, Dublin
Sisters of Charity, Stanhope St.
Prioress: Mrs. Sweetman
Chaplain: Rev. J.J.F. Murphy
No. of Religious: 20
Poor Children: 0
Remarks: 54 Young women supported

Sisters of Charity, Upper Gardiner St.
Prioress: Mrs. Walsh
No. of Religious: 14
Poor Children: 300
Remarks: None

Sisters of Charity, Stephen\’s Green
Prioress: Mrs. M\’Carthy
Chaplain: Rev. Mr. Mulhall
No. of Religious: 8
Poor Children: 0
Remarks: 80 sick in hospital
These houses are also called \’Institute of the Blessed Virgin.

Sisters of Charity, Donnybrook
Prioress: Mrs. Knaresboro
Chaplain: Rev. Mr. O\’Donohoe
No. of Religious: 6
Poor Children: 0
Remarks: 50 Penitents in Asylum

Sisters of Charity, Sandymount
Prioress: Mrs. Ennis
Chaplain: Curates of Parish
No. of Religious: 6
Poor Children: 100
Remarks: None

Sisters of Charity, Harold\’s Cross
Prioress: Mrs. Clifford
Chaplain: Curates of Parish
No. of Religious: 14
Poor Children: 300
Remarks: Large school for children

Sisters of Mercy, Up. Baggot st.
Prioress: Mrs. Marmion
Chaplain: Rev. D. Collier
No. of Religious: 36
Poor Children: 300
Remarks: 72 young women supported

Sisters of Mercy, Booterstown
Prioress: Not named
Chaplain: Curates of parish
No. of Religious: 8
Poor Children: 200
Remarks: None

Loreto Abbey, Rathfarnham.
Prioress: Mrs. Ball
Chaplain: Rev. Mr. Farrelly
No. of Religious: 20
Poor Children: 50
Remarks: Boarders 52, day pupils 18

Loreto Abbey, 43, N. Great George\’s Street.
Prioress: Mrs. Somers
Chaplain: Rev. Joseph Lynch
No. of Religious: 9
Poor Children: 44
Remarks: Boarders 6 day pupils 36

Loreto Abbey, 52, St. Stephen\’s Green
Prioress: Mrs. Hickey
Chaplain: Rev. G. Lynch
No. of Religious: 9
Poor Children: 0
Remarks: Boarders 9, day pupils 30

Loreto Abbey, Dalkey, Novte.
Prioress: Mrs. Lopez
Chaplain: Rev. Joseph Kelly
No. of Religious: 28
Poor Children: 0
Remarks: Boarders 24, day pupils 36

St. Teresa, Warrenmount
Prioress: Mrs. Rorke
Chaplain: Rev. T. Harmon
No. of Religious: 17
Poor Children: 100
Remarks: Female orphans

Immc. Conception, William Street
Prioress: Mrs. Curran
Chaplain: Rev. Richd. Henry
No. of Religious: 17
Poor Children: 200
Remarks: Day & Boarding school

Infant Jesus, Rathmines
Prioress: None named
Chaplain: None named
No. of Religious: 11
Poor Children: 150
Remarks: Day & Boarding school

Mount Carmel, Blackrock
Prioress: Mrs. White
Chaplain: Clergy of Parish
No. of Religious: 20
Poor Children: 150
Remarks: Day & Boarding school

Assumption, Firhouse
Prioress: Mrs. Fitzgerald
Chaplain: Rev. Mr. Donohoe
No. of Religious: 11
Poor Children: 150
Remarks: Day & Boarding school

Incarnation, Blanchardstown
Prioress: Mrs. Magrane
Chaplain: Clergy of St. Vinct.
No. of Religious: 10
Poor Children: 150
Remarks: None

Imac. Heart of Mary, Delgany
Prioress: None named
Chaplain: Rev. Mr. Fagan, P.P.
No. of Religious: 8
Poor Children: 200
Remarks: Schools not yet finished

St. Clare, Harold\’s Cross
Prioress: Mrs. Young
Chaplain: Rev. Ths. Cassidy
No. of Religious: 28
Poor Children: 200
Remarks: 90 orphans

St. Mary\’s, Cabra
Prioress: Mrs. Maher
Chaplain: Cler of St. Vinct.
No. of Religious: 21
Poor Children: 200
Remarks: Exellent boarding school

Sisters of St. Domnk., Booterstown
Prioress: Mrs. Butler
Chaplain: Rev. B. Dowling
No. of Religious: 14
Poor Children: 0
Remarks: Boarding school

Sisters of Dominick, Usher\’s Quay
Prioress: None named
Chaplain: Cler. of St. Vincts.
No. of Religious: 4
Poor Children: 0
Remarks: Boarding school

Presentation, George\’s Hill
Prioress: Mrs. Doyle
Chaplain: Rev. P. Farrell
No. of Religious: 14
Poor Children: 309
Remarks: Large day school

Presentation, Richmond
Prioress: Not named
Chaplain: Rev. Cler. Of All-hal. Col.
No. of Religious: 10
Poor Children: 200
Remarks: Large day school

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