Stubborn Stains


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Part of today’s report on the Vatican by the UN Committee on the Rights of the Child.

Recommending a new investigation into the Magdalene Laundries.

Mark Kelly, Director of the  Irish Council For Civil Liberties (ICCL) writes:

“This is a devastating critique of systemic child protection failures by the Vatican which continue to have a profound effect on many people in Ireland. The report zeros in on some of the most egregious forms of abuse committed in this State under the ultimate authority of the Vatican. In the light of these unprecedented findings, the ICCL is calling upon the Pope’s diplomatic representative in Ireland, Archbishop Charles John Brown, Papal Nuncio and Dean of the Diplomatic Corps to provide a detailed account of the action that will be taken in this State to ensure that these shortcomings are rectified”

Pope’s Ambassador Should Give Answers on UN Vatican Abuse Report (ICCL)

Earlier: The Damned

Previously: The McAleese Report: A Conclusion

Thanks Walter Jayawardene

6 thoughts on “Stubborn Stains

  1. Napper Tandy

    Those Brazen Trollops deserved what happened to them. How dare they be taken advantage of by the local bank manager or Garda sergeant on his way home after a few pints in the local.

    I’d like to know how many of those young girls had the children of fine upstanding members of the community.

  2. sam

    I’ve said it before, and I’ll keep saying it, civilised countries should withdraw their recognition of ‘The Holy See’ as a sovereign state, and tell the Papal Nuncio’s to take a hike, and Papa’s Frankie and Benny that they will not receive diplomatic immunity.

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