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Why only terrorists? Hang Catholic Rapist Priests too, deliver justice!

This would only be in line with their own hocus-pocus teachings.The catholic Church has continuously investigated sexual abuse and procedures by their own ilk, since the Council of Elvira in 309 C.E. and has nevertheless indulged in these crimes ever since, for nearly 2000 Years.If we now start to believe or trust, liars, criminals, cheats and deceivers, we have only ourselves to blame.

They lie in the name of their 'Lord',
let us speak out in the name of TRUTH
Catholic clergy Bible thumpers having trouble remembering
Let us tell them

Wednesday, 29 March 2017

Disgraced Ballarat Bishop Mulkearns who protected paedophiles erased from history

Across Victoria, on buildings associated with the Catholic church, blank rectangles are appearing.
They signify the fresh removal of plaques, installed decades earlier to signify the opening of a school, church, hospital or hall.


Sex abuse royal commission: Adults who molest children 'often popular members of community'

Adults who are child molesters are often popular members of the community, and do not behave like predatory monsters, a royal commission has heard.
What is a royal commission?
  • The highest form of public inquiry commissioned by the Australian Government into matters of great national importance
  • Set up temporarily on an ad hoc basis, royal commissions draw on public input and can take place over several months or years
  • They have wide-ranging powers to cross-examine, obtain evidence, and protect witnesses

Royal Commission hears how sex predators groom and abuse

A child psychologist held back tears as she told a royal commission how her son was allegedly abused by a teacher at the private school she believed to be "nurturing and protective".
Marija Radojevic​ told the Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse she trusted the school implicitly.


Need for more engagement with survivors

Galway County Council need to engage in a “much more meaningful way” with Tuam historian Catherine Corless and representatives of the survivors of the Tuam Mother and Baby Home. That’s according to Sinn Féin Senator, Trevor Ó Clochartaigh.
This week, a Sinn Féin motion to set up a Truth Commission into the home and all other related institutions is due to be voted on in the Dáil, with the Galway Senator calling on all Galway TDs to support the motion.


Church ‘must reply to victims’, says Vatican's child protection commission

The Vatican’s child protection commission, from which an Irish abuse survivor resigned in protest in recent weeks, has told the Pope that the Church needs to start responding “directly and compassionately” to the victims of clerical abuse.
The Pontifical Commission for the Protection of Minors, of which Marie Collins was a founding member, met for its eighth Plenary Assembly over the past weekend.
Ms Collins stepped down from the commission at the start of March blaming “the resistance by some members of the Vatican Curia to the work of the commission”.
At the time, she said the lack of cooperation, “particularly by the dicastery most involved in dealing with cases of abuse, has been shameful.”


Tuesday, 28 March 2017

Publication of mother and baby homes report delayed

Zappone says delay due to time required to respond appropriately to recommendations

Publication of the second interim report of the commission of inquiry into mother and baby homes has been delayed because of the time required to respond appropriately to its recommendations.
Minister for Children Katherine Zappone pledged earlier this month to publish the report by the end of March but she said on Tuesday that the delay was “for very good reasons”.

Justice for victims bigger than Commission TORs

A number of recommendations have been made in the latest report to come from the Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse's inquiry, but some lawyers have said that law reforms must go further to make a real difference.


Monday, 27 March 2017

Victims of paedophile priest Brendan Smyth to get new court hearing

Three victims of paedophile priest Brendan Smyth are entitled to a full hearing of their claim for damages in the High Court despite previous rulings that they were bound by settlements of cases taken by them in Northern Ireland, the Supreme Court has ruled.
The three — a man and his sister and their cousin — were sexually abused as children by the since deceased Smyth between 1969 and 1988.

Marist Brother 'Romuald' Cable, already jailed, is facing more charges

By a Broken Rites researcher (article updated 17 March 2017)
A few years ago, Broken Rites helped to obtain justice for schoolboys who were sexually assaulted by Marist Brother Francis William Cable (also known as "Brother Romuald") in Catholic schools in New South Wales. During Brother Romuald's life of crime, his Marist colleagues and superiors looked the other way, protecting him from the police and giving him access to more victims. Eventually, some of his victims (acting separately) began to contact Broken Rites and/or the New South Wales Police, instead of merely telling Romuald Cable's church colleagues. NSW Police detectives then found some more of his victims. As a result, "Rom" Cable was jailed in 2015 regarding 19 of his victims. On 6 March 2017, police charged Francis Cable (now 84) with 14 additional offences (aggravated indecent assault) committed against more five victims, aged 13-14, between 1971 and 1974. These charges will come up in Newcastle Local Court during 2017.


A NSW priest's name is listed for court soon on child-sex charges

  • By a Broken Rites researcher, article updated on 27 March 2017
Father Barry Tunks, 76, who was once the Vicar-General of the Maitland-Newcastle Catholic diocese in New South Wales, has been charged by police with child-sex offences, allegedly committed against a young boy nearly forty years ago. Barry Tunks' name is on is on the NSW Courts website, listed for the Forster Local Court (on the NSW mid-north coast) on Wednesday 5 April 2017, when the case will have a preliminary mention with a magistrate. The court case number is 2017/00089299.
According to some of the old printed editions of the annual Australian Catholic directory, Fr Barry Tunks has worked in Maitland-Newcastle Diocese parishes and has also spent time working outside the diocese. For example:


Ministers raised fears of Magdalene redress cost in 2011

Concerns were expressed at Cabinet in 2011 that, if there was an inquiry into Magdalene laundries, it could lead to calls for inquiries into abuses in mother and baby homes, psychiatric institutions, and foster care settings.
The concerns are in a memorandum for Government seeking permission to establish what became the McAleese committee.
Some six years later, Ireland’s mother and baby home system and the treatment of more than 40 vulnerable adults in a foster care setting are now the subject of State inquiries.
The document from June 2011, obtained by the Irish Examiner, reveals that a key issue for government and the attorney general was that the move could lead to pressure for further inquiries and for redress.


Magdalene Laundries: Dodging liability is still the name of the game

Despite the many pronouncements on the Magdalene Laundries, the State is hugely concerned at the payout it may have to make, writes Conall Ó Fátharta.
FEW people will forget the apology offered by Taoiseach Enda Kenny in February of 2013 on behalf of the State to the women who suffered in the Magdalene Laundries.
He spoke of a “nation’s shame” and of women taking the country’s terrible secret and making it their own.
“But from this moment on you need carry it no more. Because today we take it back. Today we acknowledge the role of the State in your ordeal,” he said.
However, less than two years earlier in June 2011, many members of his Cabinet were determined to distance the State as far as possible from any liability.


'Survivors have waited too long': 4000 institutions named in sex abuse royal commission

Thousands of institutions have been implicated in allegations of child sexual abuse, according to new data released by a royal commission.
As the Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse commences its final public hearing, chairman Justice Peter McClellan has urged child protection reform and proper redress for victims.


Royal commission into sexual abuse: Issue of redress must be a priority, commissioner says

Victims have waited too long for a response to their suffering and protection of children should be a top priority in Australia, says the chair of the royal commission into child sexual abuse.
After three-and-a-half years with sessions in every capital city, the final public hearing has begun in Sydney.
Chair of the commission, Justice Peter McClellan, said it was remarkable there were failures at more than 4,000 institutions identified in abuse allegations.


Who is running Ireland – the Government or the Church?

The reach and power of the Catholic Church has waned considerably in recent years in Ireland. But there are troubling signs that its undue influence over the country is returning, writes Keith Porteous Wood.
It is difficult to envisage now, but when the UK was formed at the beginning of the nineteenth century, Dublin was regarded as the "Second City of the British Empire". Ireland's role in British political life was no less than that of England, Scotland and Wales from then until the progressive separations from Britain that started during the First World War.

Pontifical commission for abuse expresses ‘strong support’ for Marie Collins

Pontifical commission for abuse expresses ‘strong support’ for Marie Collins
Pope Francis’ commission on clergy sexual abuse has expressed its “strong support” for a former member of the group who resigned earlier this month due to frustration with Vatican officials' reluctance to cooperate with its work to protect children.
The Pontifical Commission for the Protection of Minors said in a statement late Sunday that the resignation of abuse survivor Marie Collins had been “a central topic” of their discussions during their plenary assembly, held in Rome March 24-26.