Re: Re: reorganisation and destruction of irish catholic churches
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Praxiteles saw this church before the gutting took place in 1985 and recalls a marvellous brass funereal monmument on the Gospel side which, if memory serves correctly, was erected to the memory of Bishop Brownrigg. Has that managed to survive?
As for responsibility for the gutting, one of the prinicple movers in Naas was a certainFr Larry Ryan who, around that time, became Coadjutor to the then Bishop of Kildare and Leighlin succeeding him not long afterwards. This was the same person who very unhappily involved himself in the case of a proposed gutting of the church in Edenderry.