- Jan 22, 2020
Ireland’s Catholic bishops have criticized the use of intolerant language when it comes to discussions around migration and refugees.
In the midst of a bitter gangland feud in the Irish capital, Archbishop Diarmuid Martin of Dublin has moved to ensure that funerals of those killed are not used as overt shows of wealth or perceived influence.
Ireland’s Catholic Church is “changing enormously,” and will have to address serious problems in the future, according to Dublin’s archbishop.
A church that “fosters and perpetuates exclusion and marginalization is to that extent a God-less church,” according to the Archbishop of Dublin.
One of the top campaigners against clerical sexual abuse in the Church said the Vatican must recognize its failings during this week’s abuse summit in Rome.