The actions of the bishops are an absolute disgrace

The continued conduct of the Catholic bishops over child abuse is unspeakable. Not just John Magee, the bishop of Cloyne, but all of them - with the notable exceptions of Diarmuid Martin, Archbishop of Dublin and Sean Brady, Archbishop of Armagh

10th January, 2009

The continued conduct of the Catholic bishops over child abuse is unspeakable. Not just John Magee, the bishop of Cloyne, but all of them - with the notable exceptions of Diarmuid Martin, Archbishop of Dublin and Sean Brady, Archbishop of Armagh.

But first John Magee, the former private secretary and confidant of Pope Paul VI, the former private secretary of Pope John Paul I during his brief pontificate and, briefly, private secretary to the late...

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