Edward MacCabe

Edward Cardinal MacCabe or McCabe (Dublin, 14 February 1816 – Kingstown, 11 February 1885) was the Roman Catholic Archbishop of Dublin from 1879 until his death and a Cardinal from 1882.[2]


Edward Cardinal MacCabe
Cardinal, Archbishop of Dublin
Primate of Ireland
ChurchRoman Catholic Church
ArchdioceseDublin
Appointed4 April 1879
Term ended11 February 1885
PredecessorPaul Cullen
SuccessorWilliam Joseph Walsh
Other post(s)Cardinal-Priest of S. Sabina
Orders
Ordination24 June 1839 (Priest)
by Daniel Murray
Consecration25 July 1877 (Bishop)
by Paul Cullen
Created cardinal27 March 1882
by Pope Leo XIII
RankCardinal priest
Personal details
Born14 February 1816
Dublin, Ireland
Died11 February 1885 (aged 68)
Kingstown, County Dublin, Ireland
BuriedGlasnevin Cemetery,[1] Dublin, Ireland
NationalityIrish
DenominationRoman Catholic
Previous post(s)Titular Bishop of Gadara and Auxiliary of Dublin (1877–1879)
Alma materMaynooth College
MottoAut vincere aut mori

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