Midtown Raleigh News

August 28, 2013 3:18 PM

Raleigh priest’s estate sale gives friends tangible memories

In his 40-year career as a priest, Monsignor Tim O’Connor amassed a vast collection of religious art and artifacts. This week, two months after his death, much of it is being sold, providing friends with keepsakes to remember him by.

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