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St. Mary's RC Maynooth
Ireland

A view inside Maynooth's biggest church — the St. Mary's Roman Catholic Church. In the corner, members of the Maynooth Gospel Choir are just gathering for a rehearsal.

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Tags: maynooth; kildare; ireland; church; catholic; roman catholic; rc; st marys; mary
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