WHO LOVED THE CHURCH
Craanford and in Gorey’.
The bishop said he has a treasured photo of Monsignor Lory and George O’Connor embracing in the summer when Wexford beat Kilkenny.
‘The words of Paul to Timothy come easily to mind: “I have fought the good fight, I have run the race, I have kept the faith”,’ concluded Bishop Brennan.
Monsignor Kehoe is survived by his sisters Máire Gately, Ita Cummings and Angela Kelly (Oranmore); his nieces and nephews; grandnieces; brothers-in-law; sisters-in-law and his dear friends Hughie and Anne Mulhall. He was predeceased by his twin brothers Micheál and Pádraig. He is also mourned by Bishop Brennan, the priests of the diocese and the St John of God sisters.
Burial took place in St Mary’s Cemetery, Enniscorthy, following funeral Mass in Clonard in Wexford.
Bishop Brennan at the funeral of Monsignor Kehoe in Clonard on Saturday.
Monsignor Kehoe receiving a gift at a civic reception held for him at Gorey Town Council in July 2010.