Tackling the legacy of child sex abuse
Cardinal Seán Brady could surely best serve the Church he loves and to which he has devoted his life if he resigns his office.
Cardinal Seán Brady could surely best serve the Church he loves and to which he has devoted his life if he resigns his office - not by having an assistant appointed and not in any ambiguous and roundabout way.
It has been an enduring characteristic of the Church's response to the agonising crisis of child sex abuse that it has failed to understand how its actions have been perceived by the public.
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