Thursday June 4, 2020

Maynooth row is symptom of wider struggle in Church

Conservatism and liberalism are at war in the Irish Church, with the majority of bishops resistant to change

7th August, 2016
Maynooth College

How Ireland has changed. Who could have anticipated the Archbishop of Dublin explaining to RTÉ’s News At One that “people are on an app called Grindr, which is a gay dating site”?

What do Irish priests and the laity think? What is really going on inside the Irish Catholic Church?

“I’m going to say a word here, Elaine, and you’ve probably heard it already, but the Church is fucked,” confided...

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