Church vandalised in Co Fermanagh

Published Monday, 28 January 2013
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Sectarian graffiti has been daubed on a Protestant church in Co Fermanagh.

Church vandalised in Co Fermanagh
Police want anyone with information to come forward. (© UTV)

St Patrick's Church of Ireland in Castle Archdale was vandalised sometime between 12pm on Sunday 20 and Thursday 24 January at 3pm.

Graffiti was sprayed on the doors and walls of the church.

Anyone with information on the attack is asked to contact the PSNI.

© UTV News
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13 Comments
petand in londonderry wrote (443 days ago):
As a Protestant I am dismayed by this act of sacrilege. As a Nationalist I am outraged by this act of wanton vandalism. I doubt very much that those guilty were capable of any higher thought than instant gratification. As for those who moan about it being the act of nationalists or republicans, does the same thoughts spring to mind when Catholic places of worship are attacked? Would it be the fault of unionists or would they suddenly see vandals and thugs. Evil is evil no matter where it comes from. Get real
william in coleraine wrote (443 days ago):
this looks like the work of children to me. if these republican thugs werent allowed such a free reign, and werent glorified in every other town in northern ireland we wouldnt see attacks like this
realistic in planet earth wrote (445 days ago):
uneducated, childish thugs. what does this sort of cowardly act achieve? NOTHING!
Acknow in Philadelphia PA wrote (446 days ago):
I hope the scumbags who did this get caught and that there is no time waisted sending them to jail. This has no place in todays world. Absolute scumbags and im a catholic.
Ryan in Belfast wrote (446 days ago):
Absolutey disgraceful act. Do the "Republicans/Nationalists" behind this sectarian act know that Irish Republican Heroes like Wolfe Tone, Charles stewart parnell, etc were protestants? Its disgraceful to attack a protestant place of worship and an insult to Protestant Republicans/Nationalists, like actor Stephen Rea (Dolours Prices ex-husband). Honestly, the people behind these attacks need to stop, you have no support or backing from your community in doing this and the nationalist community wants you to stop.
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