Belonging: The story of one woman’s fight for justice for the Tuam babies

Catherine Corless’s discovery of a mass burial ground near a Catholic hospital made her a national heroine, as told in her powerful but gruelling memoir

25th September, 2021
Belonging: The story of one woman’s fight for justice for the Tuam babies
Catherine Corless, pictured beside a grotto in the grounds of the Bon Secours mother and baby home in Tuam where an unmarked mass grave contains the remains of nearly 800 infants who died from 1925-1961. Picture: Laura Hutton/Photocall Ireland

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Belonging: A Memoir of Place, Beginnings and One Woman’s Search for Truth and Justice for the Tuam Babies

By Catherine Corless with Naomi Linehan

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