Wednesday May 27, 2020

Christian Brothers still owe €20m to victims of abuse

Michael Brennan

Political Editor

28th November, 2014

The Christian Brothers are carrying out a financial review to see if they can afford to pay the final €20 million which they promised to victims of abuse.

They were one of the religious congregations which pledged €348 million extra in cash and properties after the publication of the Ryan report into institutional abuse in 2009.

The cash element of around €107 million has been allocated to pay for the work of a new state agency,...

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