"I am hoping we in Ireland can share the terrible things that have happened here, so that other countries in the world that have not yet recognised or noticed among them that abuse is happening may be alerted."
“There is a lot of hurt surrounding these issues and there will be for decades, but the hurt will never go away if we don’t acknowledge it and try to find a way of healing,”
“I have always maintained that the Catholic Church must fully accept its responsibilities to those who have suffered abuse."
Five more priests in Dublin the subject of allegations of historical child sexual abuse though the overall number of allegations shows a drop over the last two years.
Cardinal O'Malley "listened carefully to all our concerns and will be bringing them to the Holy Father in the next week” - Marie Collins.
First national safeguarding conference hosted by the National Board marks a significant milestone on the safeguarding journey: Archbishop Eamon Martin.
Impending typhoon forced Pontiff to cut short his visit to island of Leyte, one of the areas worst affected by the 2013 typhoon that claimed 10,000 lives.
Vatican upholds decision of Irish canonical court to dismiss ex Cloyne priest from clerical ministry over child sexual abuse.
Two Irish survivors among group of six to outline their suffering to Pope Francis.
Irish survivor to be among group of eight representatives to meet Pontiff in June.
Her voice is that of someone "not afraid to call the leadership in the Church to responsibility.”