Religious orders’ spending challenged

A panel set up by the government to review the finances of Catholic congregations has challenged the spending practices of several of the state’s major religious orders.

12th December, 2009

A panel set up by the government to review the finances of Catholic congregations has challenged the spending practices of several of the state’s major religious orders.

The panel, which is headed by Frank Daly, the former chairman of the Revenue Commissioners, has passed its review of the assets of the 18 religious orders to education minister Batt O’Keeffe. He is expected to present it to the cabinet next week.

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