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SATURDAY, JAN 19, 2013  |  3 comments
Vatican OKs next Catholic leader for Ireland

The Roman Catholic Church's much-criticized leader in Ireland announced Friday that the Vatican has approved his successor, a reform-minded priest who has been outspoken on the need for more church accountability on child sex abuse.

Cardinal Sean Brady, who resisted calls to resign in 2010 despite being implicated in covering up abuse of children, unveiled Monsignor Eamon Martin as his eventual successor on the front steps of St. Patrick's Cathedral in Armagh, the ecclesiastical capital of Ireland.

The Vatican confirmed that Martin, 51, has been appointed as Brady's "coadjutor archbishop" in Armagh, designating him as the likely next Catholic leader of all Ireland when Brady retires. Typically Catholic bishops are supposed to retire at age 75, but Irish church officials said Brady, who is due to reach retirement age next year, might stay in his job leading the island's 4 million Catholics ...


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Jim Lincoln | Nebraska  Find all comments by Jim Lincoln
no name, people of different religions should be able to co-exist, but please don't make the mistake lumping Catholics and Christians together. Roman Catholicism—Apostolic or Apostate?(PDF) and again, no, Are We Really Catholic Bashing? (PDF).

Ah, the tender mercies of Irish Catholic institutions. :ugh{

Irish Commission on Child Abuse wrote:
It said rape and abuse of Irish children in Catholic care was endemic: the entire system that held 30,000 children treated them more like prison inmates and slaves than people with legal rights and human potential; and that some religious officials encouraged ritual beatings and consistently shielded their orders amid a culture of self-serving secrecy.
excerpt from, Irish judge warns abuse inquiry will take time
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no name  Find all comments by no name
May U2's song, "Where the Streets Have No Name" come true in Ireland, England and Wales. So many have died in the "Christian" marches and subsequent battles through certain Catholic neighborhoods and streets including Obins Street and Garvaghy Road, that the band yearns for a time when Christians of all stripes can coexist. They foresee a place where these streets have "no name" and little Protestant and Catholic children can play together without fear of being pelted with the hatred of marchers hurling rocks and bottles.
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Cliff Leckey | N. Ireland  Find all comments by Cliff Leckey
Different face, same old story. Doesn`t make a button of different to Unionists in Northern Ireland whose cry still is "No Pope Here". when these high ranking Romanists are on the prowl, watch your kids!
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