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Book of condolences opens for Fr. Mannion in Westport

Monday, 7th March, 2016 4:30pm
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Book of condolences opens for Fr. Mannion in Westport
Book of condolences opens for Fr. Mannion in Westport

A BOOK of condolences for Fr. Mícheál Mannion, who served in the parish of Westport from 1999-2010, has opened in Westport church and will remain open until Thursday.

Fr. Mannion died last Saturday. He was the parish priest of Clonbur.

A native of Carrarea, Ryehill, Monivea, in the parish of Abbeyknockmoy, the deceased was aged 45.



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