Dean of Christchurch appeals for return of stolen relic

Dean of Christchurch appeals for return of stolen relic

The Dean of Christchurch Cathedral in Dublin has appealed again to the person or persons who stole the heart of St Laurence O'Toole over the weekend, to return it.

The heart was contained in a small heart-shaped wooden box which had been sealed in an iron, barred case.

The heart was reported missing when the Cathedral opened on Saturday morning.

This morning, the Dean of Christchurch, Reverend Dermot Dunne, appealed for the safe return of the heart.

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