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VIDEO: Standing ovation for Fr Ray

Wednesday, 9th April, 2014 10:17am
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VIDEO: Standing ovation for Fr Ray
VIDEO: Standing ovation for Fr Ray

Oldcaste PP,  Fr Ray Kelly,  is proving quite an internet sensation over the past few days, as a video of him singing at a wedding has proved a huge hit on Facebook!

Chris and Leah O'Kane had a wedding to remember as you can see from this clip shared by GerryDuffy.ie. (It was not filmed by Gerry Duffy - but by another videographer ) 

Fr Ray, who is well known as a talented singer, sang a stunning version of Leonard Cohen's Hallelujah, which has now been shared around the world.

Congratulations to Chris and Leah on their wedding and to Fr Ray !

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