Sunday February 23, 2020

Time to audit the religious orders

For anyone who has followed the shameful saga of the religious orders, the state and the bill for abuse compensation, last week’s news that the orders still owe the state hundreds of millions of euro was hardly surprising.

9th July, 2011

For anyone who has followed the shameful saga of the religious orders, the state and the bill for abuse compensation, last week’s news that the orders still owe the state hundreds of millions of euro was hardly surprising.

The response of those Catholic religious Orders whose members were guilty of physical and sexual abuse of children entrusted to their care by the state has been characterised by denial of responsibility, legal obstruction and...

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