Accounting to the pope

The Irish Catholic bishops have ended their two-week ad limina visit to Rome to report to Pope Benedict on the state of the Irish Church.

28th October, 2006

The Irish Catholic bishops have ended their two-week ad limina visit to Rome to report to Pope Benedict on the state of the Irish Church. The pilgrimage concluded with a meeting in the Vatican yesterday between the Pope and all the bishops, at which Benedict delivered a speech setting out his concerns about the Irish Church, based on reports from Vatican officials and his discussions with individual bishops.

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