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Hunting high and low

As the media lay bare the nefarious deeds committed against young children by “men of the cloth", let us not forget another element of abuse.

12th November, 2005

As the media lay bare the nefarious deeds committed against young children by “men of the cloth", let us not forget another element of abuse.

For years, priests have been involved in hare coursing, fox hunting and shooting. The sickening sight of priests blessing hounds while wishing hunt followers a good hunting season is offensive and shows no respect for creation.

Irish society has woken up the evil of child abuse in our midst....

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