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African bishop urges Longford brothers to stop trading Mass cards

An African archbishop has urged two brothers who sell pre-signed Mass cards to cease the practice.

27th November, 2010

An African archbishop has urged two brothers who sell pre-signed Mass cards to cease the practice.

John McNally and his brother, Thomas, sell presigned Mass cards through small retailers countrywide, in a business worth hundreds of thousands of euro a year.

Thomas McNally, 49, of Foynes Court, Longford, through his company MCC Cards, last year failed in a High Court challenge to the constitutionality of the 2009 Charities Act. Section 99 outlaws the sale of...

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