Do you mean the priest that died of a heart attack yeas ago in Incognito sauna. If so, here's an old article from the Times.
Sat, 17 Dec 1994
AS MANY as 20 Catholic priests are regular visitors to the gay Dublin sauna club where an elderly priest died suddenly over the weekend, the owner of the premises, Mr Liam Ledwidge, told The Irish Times last night.
He said that Father Liam Cosgrave (68), who apparently died of a heart attack early on Saturday morning, was a regular visitor to the Incognito sauna club, on Bow Lane East off Aungier Street, for man years.
Meanwhile the Archbishop of Dublin, Dr Desmond Connell, said yesterday that he was ``shocked and saddened'' by the circumstances of Father Cosgrave's death. In a statement, Dr Connell said the death of the curate was a tragedy. ``The circumstances of his death have shocked and saddened us all and make his death even more tragic.''
The Incognito's owner, Mr Ledwidge, said the Baldoyle curate, who was a member of the Montfort Fathers, was just one of a number of priests who frequented the premises. ``We do have a lot of priests visiting, around 20 of them. Of course they wouldn't all congregate at the same time and they don't form a higher proportion than any other profession. They don't wear their clerical collars, but over the years you do get to know what people do,'' said Mr Ledwidge, a partner in the club which opened 12 years ago.
Mr Ledwidge said there were 70 men in the club when Father Cosgrave was found in a collapsed condition outside one of the private cubicles, in a downstairs corridor, by another client at 4.30 a.m. The majority of the men left the premises prior to the arrival of the Garda.
Reports in some newspapers that the priest had been taking pills at the time to stimulate sexual arousal were denied by the club manager. `I have never, ever known the man to take anything like that. It isnâ€™t true,'' said the club manager, Mr Stepen McCormack.
Other reports that gay men engaged in sexual activity in the club's private rooms were also denied by Mr Ledwidge. ``Sexual activity is a matter for themselves, although we don't encourage it. The club is supervised and usually if two people meet they go on elsewhere. We don't allow sexual activity in the cubicles.'' A post mortem is expected to take place today.