• Saint Conal - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Saint_Conal Saint Conal (or Conall) was an Irish bishop who flourished in the second half of the fifth century and ruled over the church of Drum, County Roscommon, the place ...
  • CATHOLIC ENCYCLOPEDIA: St. Conal - New Advent

    www.newadvent.org/cathen/04189b.htm Or Conall. Bishop of Drum, County Roscommon--now called Drumconnell, after the saint. Blood brother of St. Attracta. St. Conal died in about 500
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      www.babylon.com/definition/Saint%20Conal Saint Conal (or Conall) was an Irish bishop who flourished in the second half of the fifth century and ruled over the church of Drum, County Roscommon, the place ...
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      www.welovedonegal.com/ch-st-conals-glenties.html st. conal's, glenties ~ exterior and main church photographs. st. conal's, glenties ~ the sacred heart chapel. st. conal's, glenties ~ designs of imogen stuart.
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      www.freebase.com/m/027cfk7 Saint Conal was an Irish bishop who flourished in the second half of the fifth century and ruled over the church of Drum, County Roscommon, the place being ...
    • St. Conal - Catholic Encyclopedia - Catholic Online

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