The contempt that officers of the church held ordinary people in has been mcdonald a running theme in all of this.
There was one of the nuns who used to work at the school, I'd see her when I do the school run every reduction day.
Post - Top - Home - Printer Friendly - Translate Subject: RE: BS: Dead babies and mcdonald Tuam Bon Secours nuns From: guest Date: 10 Jun code 14 reduction - 03:45 PM "Ireland sport is not alone in these horror stories and shoes the Irish Catholic Church is not the.Parish priests have direct, daily contact reduction with families and family crises, and often may have great wisdom in these matters (despite their celibacy).They were sent out into the woods by their parents to forage for berries, truffles, rutabagas, and roots of all sorts.The laws of both Church and State reflect reduction mcdonald shoes that societal morality, and it is very difficult to enact effective law that does mcdonald not complement societal morality." I really had thought that the two of you would be capable of reasonable discussion, but I guess that's not possible." Would you please indicate where anything I have written is in any way unreasonable?Post - Top - Home - Printer Friendly - Translate Subject: RE: BS: Dead babies and Tuam Bon Secours nuns From: Jim Carroll Date: 19 Jun 14 - 03:14 AM "and sloppy thinking." I wonder why some people insist on using minor slips like this.It works for me, and I'm not particularly concerned whether it works for anyone else.That corresponds with the description of what must be little better than a charnel house now.10 Jun 14 - 01:41 PM guest 10 Jun 14 - 03:45 PM guest 10 Jun 14 - 04:30 PM Joe Offer 10 Jun 14 - 05:29 PM guest, mg 10 Jun 14 - 05:57 PM Joe Offer 10 Jun 14 - 06:14 PM Greg. I suppose it would be nice to have only perfect humans serve as priests - but perfect humans have an annoying habit of being very shallow.
A Post - Top - Home - Printer Friendly - Translate Subject: RE: reduction BS: Dead babies and Tuam Bon Secours nuns photo From: Joe Offer Date: 28 cewe Jun 14 - 08:19 PM I tend to agree that the cewe situation in the Tuam home was deplorable,.
Catholic Ireland needed the deterrent of suffering in the big walled réduction buildings.
Post - Top - Home - Printer Friendly - Translate Subject: RE: BS: Dead babies and Tuam Bon Secours nuns From: guest Date: 05 reduction Jun 14 - 10:51 AM @HiLo You can find the link to the original FB thread the Irish Times worked from.
Their wealth meant the poverty of the Italian people.
Joe- *Musket accuses me above of a "simplistic condemnation of rational thought." He hasn't answered my reduction request for cewe an explanation.
It's a bigoted insult, that's what.Joe- Post - Top - Home - Printer Friendly - Translate Subject: RE: BS: Dead babies and Tuam Bon Secours nuns From: Jim Carroll Date: 09 Jun 14 - 03:42 AM "Jim, the septic tank at my house photo looks almost exactly like the concrete vaults.We are in danger of yet again judging an organisation that sees itself as fit for judging the morals of others.The abuse was almost exclusively perpetrated by adult men on teenage boys, which would point to a sexual orientation factor coming into play.The same is true photo for Catholicism everywhere.One of the best I have ever come across in my 80 years.Parishes have from 500 to 1500 families or more, leclerc that's exposing young priests to a large number of children - and many of those cewe parishes have schools, which compounds the number of contacts with children and the number of possible victims.Personally, as an atheist, I should be happy about this, but I would far rather people réduction made their minds up on the question on the basis of rational thinking rather than on the behaviour of criminal priests and a defensive and secretive hierarchy.
By feeling offended, you ascribe mcdonald yourself disdain that has not been aimed in the first place.
Post - Top - Home - Printer Friendly - Translate Subject: RE: BS: Dead babies and Tuam Bon Secours nuns From: Joe Offer Date: 10 Jun 14 - 04:25 AM OK, Jim, the diarrhea was probably caused by a sex-addicted nun who was on holiday.
These Workhouses had been instigated by the Irish Poor Law since the 1840's, but now after the Treaty, the Irish Free State reformed the whole system and put in place administration on a county basis, so that separate arrangements were made for the aged and.