Re: Re: reordering and destruction of irish cathedrals – St Colmans Cathedral, Cobh
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6. The Cahpel of Gormanstown Castle, Co. Meath, 1687
To round off the tour of churches in continuous Catholic use, mention should be made of the Chapel on the Preston estate at Gormanstown Castle which was built by the Viscount Goranstown in 1687 for Catholic use. It remained in such use until 1947 when the estate was bought by the Franciscans who promptly demolished what was probably the only pre-18th. Catholic estate chapel in the country!