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Healy, Angelus, 1875-1953, Capuchin priest
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Address to Kilcormac Temperance Association

An address to Fr. Angelus Healy OSFC and Fr. Benignus Brennan OSFC from the members of the Kilcormac Temperance Hall in King’s County (Offaly). The address commends the friars’ temperance mission in the parish.

Archival Book of Holy Trinity Friary, Cork

Volume containing notes on the history and records of the Capuchin community, Holy Trinity Friary, Cork. The front cover is annotated: ‘Cork OFM Cap. Archives, July 1954’. The volume was probably begun by Fr. Michael O’Shea OFM Cap. (1892-1958) in June 1954. The title page reads: ‘Archives of Holy Trinity, Fr. Mathew Quay, Cork. Very Rev. Fr. Mel Farrell, guardian (1952)’. An annotation on the inside front cover indicates that some of the contents of the volume were extracted from archives extant in a safe in the Friary called the ‘Stairchiste’. The volume is divided into a number of sections. The listing below follows the sequence of entries as found in the volume:
• Extracts re from Fr. Angelus Healy OFM Cap., 'The story of the Irish Capuchins' (1915), p. 1
• List and texts of inscriptions and memorials in Holy Trinity Church, pp 2-3.
• Printed appeal in support of exiled French Capuchins in Cork. c.Nov. 1880. (See CA HT/7/1), p. 4.
• Typescript extract from the 'Irish Penny Magazine' (18 May 1833) concerning the building of Holy Trinity Church, p. 5.
• Transcript of the ‘Inscription on a bell given by the Cork house to Rochestown, Dec. 1923’, p. 6.
• Note re stained glass windows in Holy Trinity Church (see CA HT/2/5/17), p. 7.
• Note on chalices and sacred vessels in Holy Trinity Church, pp 8-11.
• Relics and authentications, pp 13-15.
• List of articles, records and relics relating to Fr. Theobald Mathew OSFC stored in a ‘wardrobe’. A note attached to the page indicates that some of these items were moved to Dublin (probably to the Provincial Archives in Dublin), pp 15a-17.
• Historical annals covering the period of 1223-1924, pp 22-27.
• Annals, including detailed notices (chapter meetings, obituary notices etc.) of the Holy Trinity community, pp 30-55.
• Fr. Michael O’Shea’s death is recorded in Nov. 1958. A note indicates that ‘nothing was recorded by the local archivist from Nov. 1958 until April 1978’, p. 55.
• Extracts from Fr. J. Walsh, ‘The Capuchins in Cork’ published in 'The Capuchin Annual' (1952), pp 200-1. The entry is titled ‘A Capuchin lay brother’s diary’ and also contains extracts from an original ‘manuscript book of the community of the South Friary’, pp 206-9.
• Entry titled ‘a partial catalogue of the archives and documents found in a safe. 5 July 1954’, p. 210.
• Incomplete list of guardians of Holy Trinity Friary, 1863-1949, p. 211.
• Record of Holy Trinity Community Chapter, 1952, p. 212.
• Partial index to the contents of the volume, pp 230-9.
With numerous church notices, mission fliers and newspaper cuttings inserted into the volume.

Canonical Election of Discreet

Declaration of the result for the canonical election of the discreet for the Capuchin community on Church Street. The declaration lists votes from the community members and declares that Fr. Benedict Phelan OSFC is elected enabling him to attend the Provincial Chapter. It is noted that there are seventeen friars present in the community. The declaration is signed by Fr. Angelus Healy OSFC and Fr. Stanislaus Kavanagh OSFC.

Capuchin Friars at Doe Castle

Photographic print of Fr. Angelus Healy OFM Cap. with five other Capuchin friars and a young girl. The photograph was taken at Doe Castle, County Donegal. One of the other friars is Fr. Bonaventure Murphy OFM Cap.
Note: A manuscript annotation on the reverse reads: ‘Taken at Doe Castle, July 12th, 1930’.

Capuchin Friars with Donal Óg Ó Ceallacháin, Lord Mayor of Cork

An image of Donal Óg Ó Ceallacháin (Donal O’Callaghan), front row, third from the left, Lord Mayor of Cork, with some Capuchin friars in 1921. Ó Ceallacháin succeeded Terence MacSwiney (d. 25 Oct 1920) as Lord Mayor in November 1920. He was the third republican mayor elected in Cork. Later, he was opposed to the Anglo-Irish Treaty. The group also includes Frank Daly (1884-1950), seated, second from the left, who served as mayor from 1930-2, and was later a TD for Cork from 1943-8. Professor PJ Merriman, President of University College Cork, seated, third from the right, is also present. The friars include Fr. Fiacre Brophy OFM Cap. (1888-1926), seated, first on the left, Fr. Martin Hyland OFM Cap (1881-1933), seated, fourth from the left. The group also includes Mr. Simcox, Mike Ahern (Prefect of the Third Order of St. Francis), Fr. Finbarr O’Callaghan OFM Cap., Fr. Bernardine Harvey OFM Cap., Fr. Clement Connolly OFM Cap., Fr. Fidelis Neary OFM Cap., (standing, third from the left), Fr. Pius Duggan OFM Cap., and Fr. Angelus Healy OFM Cap. (standing, first on the right). An annotation on the reverse lists the individuals present in the photograph.

Capuchin Friars with Minister General, Holy Trinity Friary, Cork

Newspaper clipping of a photograph of a group of Capuchin friars with Fr. Venancio de L'Isle-en-Rigault OSFC, Minister General, in the garden of Holy Trinity Friary in Cork. The printed title reads '"Cork Weekly Examiner" and "Weekly Herald Supplement", July 1st 1916 / The Capuchin Fathers, Cork, with the Superior-General of the Order / Standing: Brother Aidan, Brother Angelus, Rev. Father Angelus, Rev. Father Joseph, Rev. Dr. Edwin, Rev. Father Bernardine, Rev. Father Clement, Brother Egedius, Rev. Father Leonard, Rev. Father Finbarr; Sitting: Very Rev. Father Matthew, Guardian, Cork, Very Rev. Father Aloysius, Provincial; Most Rev. Father Venantius, Minister General, Minister General; Very Rev. Father Bernardine, English Provincial Minister, Father Fredigand, secretary to Superior General’.
Photographer/Studio: 'Cork Examiner'.

Capuchin Friars, Holy Trinity Friary, Cork

Photographic print of a group of Capuchin friars in the garden of Holy Trinity Friary. The group includes first on the left, Fr. Angelus Healy OSFC (1975-1953), third from the left, Fr. Camillus Killian OSFC (1872-1941), fifth from the left, Fr. Albert Bibby OSFC (1877-1925), third from the right, Fr. Bernardine Harvey OSFC (1874-1953), and first on the right, Fr. Stanislaus Kavanagh OSFC (1876-1965).
Photographer/Studio: Guy Studio, Cork.
An annotation in faint pencil on the reverse reads: ‘Taken in Holy Trinity garden by a most cross and irritable German from Guy’s’.

Church Street Friary Garden

A photographic print of the garden of the Capuchin Friary on Church Street. Two friars, Fr. Angelus Healy OFM Cap. and possibly Fr. Edward Walsh OFM Cap., are shown in the image. The print shows nearly the full extent of the old friary garden, with the rear of Father Mathew Hall fronting onto Church Street beyond. The photographic studio is credited to C. and L. Walsh, 55 Lower Mount Street, Dublin.

Copy Circular Letter from Provincial Minister

Copy circular letter from Fr. Kevin Moynihan OFM Cap., Provincial Minister, announcing the purchase of Ards House by the Capuchin Order. The letter reads:

'It is more than 350 years since the Franciscans laboured “for the glory of God, and the honour of Erin” in the historic Abbey of Donegal. Now they are returning and let us hope that this new Friary of the Order will be a centre of spiritual force, the influence of which will be felt, not only in Tirconaill, but in the whole of the north of Ireland'.

He also expresses his gratitude to Fr. Aloysius Travers OFM Cap. whose ‘untiring energy’ ensured the acquisition of the property. A note (added by Fr. Angelus Healy OFM Cap.) states that a meeting of the Provincial Definitory on 5 Mar. 1930 confirmed the plan to purchase of Ards House for a canonical foundation. It is also noted that Fr. Colman Griffin OFM Cap. was appointed guardian of the new foundation.

Moynihan, Kevin, 1877-1959, Capuchin priest

Copy map of St. Lawrence’s Chapel, Cork

Copy map showing outline of the medieval St. Lawrence’s Chapel near the South Channel of the River Lee. The chapel is bounded by Webber’s Lane (now Morgan’s Lane) and by the ‘ascertained line of the Old City Wall’. The site was seemingly covered by the recently-demolished former Beamish & Crawford Brewery, Main Street South, Cork. The map was probably copied from a nineteenth-century lease map and has the following key to the coloured areas:
‘Land coloured red leased by Carleton & Mitchell to Francis Cottrell, 1st June 1796.
Green and brown leased by Carleton & Mitchell to Francis Cottrell, 1st June 1796.
Land coloured green held by Carleton under lease from Corporation dated May 6th 1706.
Land coloured brown held by Carleton under lease from Prebendary of Christ Church.
Land coloured blue held by Beamish & Crawford, surviving partners of “Beamish, Crawford & Barrett” as shewn on lease [of] Carleton & Mitchell to Cottrell dated 1st June 1796’.
With a typescript note by Fr. Angelus Healy OSFC on the history of St. Lawrence’s Church.

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