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Clerical Abuse Protest

category dublin | crime and justice | news report author Monday January 25, 2010 10:31author by John Ayres Report this post to the editors

Collecting signitures

The Clerical Abuse Protest continues

Collecting Signitures
Collecting Signitures

On a quite Saturday afternoon on O'Connell St, it was evident the Financial Crisis is having an impact; not just on the purse but also the shoppers who seem to be in a less jubilant mood at the state of our Nation. Feeling the cold, it is hard for people to know what really lies ahead of them. Though a cold day, it did not stop the 'Clerical Abuse Protest and Information stand' from setting up.

A letter that has been addressed to the United Nations concerning the ERI, alias 'The Christian Brothers' in highlighting the abuse that this cult has inflicted on Irish children over decades.

We are very concerned by the cover up of the Roman Catholic Church in Ireland, especially by the State and Government, who seem to be more interested in doing as little as possible to protect children who are still exposed to the Church. As we speak, we are still waiting for the 'Rights of Children ' to be published and made law by the respective institutions of Dáil Éireann.

We are calling on all concerned people to sign our petition to let all those in power know, we do care. The Clerical Abuse Protest and information stand will be outside the GPO, Dublin every Saturday from 12.30 - 4.00pm

It is our moral duty to the care of children, please sign this letter.

Thank you.

Collecting Signitures
Collecting Signitures

Collecting Signitures
Collecting Signitures

Collecting Signitures
Collecting Signitures

attachment Kevin Flanagan at the 'Clerical Abuse Protest and Information stand' at the GPO, Dublin 0 Mb

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   good one John     trev    Mon Jan 25, 2010 13:12 


 
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