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Longford company pursued over bogus Mass cards

The office of Attorney General Máire Whelan is "actively" pursuing a Longford man who sold pre-signed Mass cards to finalise his appeal to the Supreme Court, which he filed almost three years ago.

14th July, 2012

The office of Attorney General Máire Whelan is "actively" pursuing a Longford man who sold pre-signed Mass cards to finalise his appeal to the Supreme Court, which he filed almost three years ago.

Thomas McNally, 52, of Foynes Court, Longford, who ran a company called MCC, failed in his constitutional challenge to the 2009 Charities Act.

Section 99 outlaws the sale of pre-signed Mass cards without the approval of a Catholic bishop or head of...

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