This image is from the MyPE Editor’s Flickr Account – offering some topical daily images from a phone smarter than Alan, occasional images from a DSLR and scanned images of Port Elizabeth as he wanders around the Bay pretending to know a lot and sometimes succeeding in making a complete hash of it!
Reverend Father Murphy
Image by awstraton
Father Murphy, seated, and Bishop Moran.
Born in Ireland in 1812, Father Murphy came out to the colony with Dr Debereux and landed in Cape Town in 1838. Here Father Murphy received Holy Orders and it is said that he was the first Catholic Priest to be ordained in South Africa. Father Murphy was then immediately posted to the Frontier with Father Burke who passed away within one week of his arrival.
Father Murphy built St. Patrick’s Church on the corner of Beaufort and Hill Streets and was transferred to Port Elizabeth by Bishop Devereux in 1852.
This image is randomly selected from an ever growing repository of publicly available images taken in and around Port Elizabeth.
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