The wake of “very special” teen Nora Quoirin, who died after declining on a family holiday in Malaysia, has been hold in Belfast.
Nora’s family “united in accursed pain” to lapse to a same church where she was baptised as a baby, mourners heard.
Fr Edward O’Donnell pronounced 15-year-old Nora had depended on others and “gifted others with infinite adore and joy”.
She was blank for 10 days before her physique was recovered on 13 August.
She was found beside a tide about 1.6 miles (2.5km) from a jungle review of Dusun, where she was staying with her family.
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A autopsy hearing suggested she died from inner draining substantially caused by craving and highlight and Malaysian Police pronounced there was no guess of tainted play.
Nora’s family had believed she was abducted from their accommodation in a holiday resort.
Following a post mortem examination, her family pronounced a exam formula gave “some information” though she died in “extremely formidable circumstances”.
Nora had been described by her family as exposed carrying been innate with holoprosencephaly, a commotion that affects mind development.
Speaking after her physique was found, her Irish-French parents, Meabh and Sebastien, who lived in London, spoke of their heartbreak after losing their “truest, many changed girl”.
Fr O’Donnell removed a “joy filled afternoon” for Meabh and Sebastien when Nora was baptised during St Brigid’s Church in Derryvolgie Avenue.
Speaking of her “gentleness and her innocence”, he pronounced she had brought most fun to her family, including her hermit and sister.