Former Manchester United and Northern Ireland star consecrated a Roman Catholic priest

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FORMER Manchester United midfielder Philip Mulryne has been consecrated a Roman Catholic clergyman in the Dominican Order.

The 39-year-old, who once warranted £600,000-a-year during his personification days, has now also taken a vouch of poverty.

Former Manchester United star Philip Mulryne has been consecrated a priest

Former Manchester United star Philip Mulryne has been consecrated a priest

Philip Mulryne, who once warranted 600,000-a-year, has also taken a vouch of poverty

Philip Mulryne, who once warranted £600,000-a-year, has also taken a vouch of poverty

Fr Mulryne was consecrated in Dublin on Saturday.

Archbishop Joseph Augustine Di Noia trafficked over to the Republic of Ireland from Rome for the ceremony.

The ex-Norwich City star was consecrated a deacon in Oct last year.

Mulryne was a product of the Manchester United girl academy and finished his entrance for Sir Alex Ferguson’s in 1997.

He only finished one Premier League coming for the Red Devils before he changed to Carrow Road.

His time at Norwich was positively the best of his career and he played over 160 matches for the bar during a six-year stint.

Philip Mulryne was consecrated a clergyman in a service in Dublin on Saturday

Philip Mulryne was consecrated a clergyman in a service in Dublin on Saturday

Mulryne entered the Dominican Novitiate House in Cork in 2012

Mulryne entered the Dominican Novitiate House in Cork in 2012


Mulryne was also recognized at general level, winning 27 caps for Northern Ireland and scoring 3 times.

Following his time in East Anglia, he went on to play for Cardiff City and Leyton Orient before a spell at non-league King’s Lynn.

He strictly retired from football in 2009 and entered the Diocesan Seminary of Saint Malachy’s Belfast to start his tour to ordination.

Philip Mulryne finished his Manchester United entrance back in 1997

Philip Mulryne finished his Manchester United entrance back in 1997

He after assimilated Norwich City and finished over 160 appearances for the Canaries

He after assimilated Norwich City and finished over 160 appearances for the Canaries

Mulryne complicated truth at Queens University in Belfast for two years and at the Maryvale Institute.

He then went to the Pontifical Irish College in Rome to study divinity for a year at the Gregorian University.

In 2012 he entered the Dominican Novitiate House in Cork.


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