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UI Fhiachrach of Mayo and Sligo


Uí Fhiachrach of counties Mayo and Sligo
 
Moyne Abbey
Moyne Abbey
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Moyne Abbey, an Observant Franciscan friary in the south-west corner of Killala Bay, was founded in the middle of the fifteenth century.  Nehemias O’Donoghue was provincial vicar at the time and is considered to have played a key role in its creation.