Late Cranberries singer Dolores O'Riordan has been laid to rest in County Limerick, Ireland.
The funeral service, which was led by family friend Canon Liam McNamara at St Ailbe's Church in Ballybricken, will be followed by a private family burial. Some Irish radio stations simultaneously played the band's 1996 hit, "When You're Gone," after the midday news.
At the beginning of the mass, a guitar and a platinum disc award were brought to the altar as symbols of her life, as well as a picture of Our Lady Dolours, after whom she was named.
"It is our sincere prayer that our beloved Dolores is now re-united with her father, Terry, her baby brother, Gerard, grandparents, relatives and friends, in the presence of the Lord and Our Lady of Dolours in the heavenly kingdom, where there is no more pain or suffering or separations, but only joy and peace for all eternity," McNamara said.
O'Riordan recently passed away suddenly at the age of 46.
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