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Tuesday 1 June 2010

More details on Vatican sex abuse inquiry into Ireland

Article by Reuters details that it will be in British Autumn, it is called an "apostolic visitation", and was announced in the former March letter to the Irish people, in which the Vatican slammed local bishops.

It will begin in Armagh (lead by Cardinal Murphy-O'Conner who the BBC says is retired), Dublin (Cardinal Sean Patrick O'Malley), Cashel-Emly (Archbishop Thomas Collins), and Tuam (Archbishop Thomas Prendergast), before moving to other Irish Dioceses.

The Vatican says the Irish church needs a spiritual and moral renewal, says Reuters. The Bishops are all of Irish Descent, but none are Irish Bishops, keeping with Natural Justice on that point, it would appear.

Reuters says the investigation is seen as important to the pope.

in reference to: News - Europe: Pope names inspectors for church abuse probe (view on Google Sidewiki)

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