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“The real inequality is not religious in nature…’

From the Pastoral statement on the Catholic Bishops of Ireland on the upcoming General Election – distributed at mass across Ireland yesterday.

Read the full statement here




A leaflet from the Christians Concerned For Dun Laoghaire.

Previously: School Places For Some, Miniature Tricolours For Others

‘Divestment Of School Patronage Is Slow’

Thanks Alan Kinsella

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18 thoughts on “Mass Denial

  1. Cromuel

    If they’re gripping on to the running of the schools, doesn’t that make the neglect of poor kids their fault?

  2. Dόn 'The Unstoppable Force' Pídgéόní

    Or you could try and understand that inequality is a massively complex beast and has more than one driver

  3. The Real Jane

    I’m pleased to see so many prospective representatives are concerned about the persecution of women by christians in this matter.

    1. Cup of tea anyone?

      Well its only fair.
      Christians are actively being persecuted, and the government took away the churches rights to persecute the children and the gays. so all that is left is the women.

  4. Cup of tea anyone?

    I wonder if we removed the tax exempt status of the catholic church and put all the money into children’s welfare would that help to make things better?

  5. newsjustin

    Everything in this post is indicitive of a vibrant democracy. Great that Broadsheet brings this to our attention.

  6. steve white

    how do we with education inequality if the government won’t take repsonsibility for education ( to deal with both types of inequality?)

  7. rotide

    It’s amazing that FG and Labour are either misogynists who seek to control women or babykillers depending on who’s talking.

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