Fr. Patrick Fagan, C.P., and the St. Bridget’s Parish Ladies’ Choir

Father Patrick Fagan was an Irishman. He had given parish mission for five years in England when he was selected for the Australian foundation. His preaching was “discursive and persuasive.

He enlisted as an Army Chaplain in 1900. He returned after the war and gave missions until he died in 1913.

He was buried in at the Passionist Mary’s Mount Monastery in Goulburn, but later when the Passionists left there, his remains were transferred to Rookwood in Sydney.

Father Patrick Fagan, C.P., and the St. Bridget’s Parish Ladies’ Choir.

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