The man in the middle

It's been a tough week for Bishop Eamonn Walsh. Last Tuesday's publication of Mr Justice Frank Murphy's 271-page report into the handling of clerical sex abuse claims in the diocese of Ferns effectively exonerated Walsh but, in the absence of his dis

29th October, 2005

It's been a tough week for Bishop Eamonn Walsh. Last Tuesday's publication of Mr Justice Frank Murphy's 271-page report into the handling of clerical sex abuse claims in the diocese of Ferns effectively exonerated Walsh but, in the absence of his disgraced predecessor Brendan Comiskey, he was still the focus of frenzied media attention.

Standing in the glare of the television lights last Tuesday evening in the parish priest's house in Gorey, he must have...

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