Canon Frank Mulvey R.I.P.

It is with deep sadness that the Diocese announces the death of one of its much loved priests.  Canon Frank Mulvey, parish priest of Blessed Sacrament, Rumney, passed away this morning in his native Ireland.  Canon Mulvey was visiting Ireland when he was taken ill and passed away quickly.

His funeral is to take place this Friday in Ireland.

More information to follow.

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5 thoughts on “Canon Frank Mulvey R.I.P.

  1. I was very sad to hear of the cannon passing away. He was always a helpful, selfless, happy, kind priest. The parish will greatly miss him.
    We will miss him.
    All our thoughts and prays go to his family and friends.

  2. Canon Mulvey was a priest for everyone, always resolute in the faith but always gentle and supportive to his ‘family’ at Blessed Sacrament and also to wider community. He served Rumney generously for more than 26 years. Well done Fr Frank. We too will say Requiem for him.

  3. I moved to Blessed Sacrament Parish 25 years ago. Canon Frank was the best Parish Priest I ever had! Always kind and friendly with a lovely smile. He gave everyone his time and treated everyone the same. With his gentle Irish accent I will always hear him say “hello Cath how are you doing today”, he said it in his own special way. I am sorry that he did not have that last game of golf or spend quality time with his family, when he got home to Ennis. It is because he gave everything to God and his Parish, right to the end! The memory of him will shine in my heart for the rest of my life. God bless Fr Frank I will miss him so much RIP x. Cath Lester

  4. may godbless and always keep you in his tender care. you were a ‘peoples’ priest and loved by all. your kindness and holy ways will never be forgotten always a smile, kind words and empathy. we shall never forget you fr. frank, love and sacred prayers will be said. always in our hearts . jennie b , lynne cassidy, and our families. R.I.P. XXXX

  5. I knew Fr Mulvey when he was in St. David’s Newport what a kind, gentle man he was always smiling! We travelled to Ireland with him a few times me and my mother. May he rest in peace.xxxx Mary & Biddy.

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