Dublin's archbishop worried by rise in homelessness
Catholic World News - July 23, 2014
The rising level of homelessness in Ireland is "shameful," says Dublin's Archbishop Diarmuid Martin.
Archbishop Martin said that he was particularly worried by the number of families living without shelter. He called attention to the number of people who "find themselves not just on the margins of society, but effectively marginalized in society."
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