Thomas Flynn (bishop of Achonry)
|Reference style||The Most Reverend|
|Spoken style||Your Grace|
Born in Ballaghaderreen, County Roscommon, Ireland, on 8 July 1931, Bishop Thomas was educated in the De La Salle N.S., Ballaghaderreen and St Nathy’s College. He entered St Patrick’s College Maynooth. He was ordained a priest for the Diocese of Achonry on 17 June 1956. He was appointed Bishop of Achonry by the Holy See on 30 December 1976. He was consecrated bishop on 20 February 1977, his principal consecrator was Gaetano Alibrandi, Apostolic Nuncio to Ireland, and his principal co-consecrators were Joseph Cunnane, Archbishop of Tuam and James Fergus, Bishop Emeritus of Achonry. Thomas Flynn retired bishop of the diocese on 20 November 2007 and became Bishop Emeritus of Achonry.
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| Bishop of Achonry
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