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Report: Pope summons Irish bishops to Rome

Catholic World News - January 20, 2010

The Irish Catholic newspaper is reporting that Pope Benedict has summoned the Irish bishops to Rome to discuss the content of the Ryan and Murphy reports, which examined the abuse of children by priests and religious. The Vatican meetings will reportedly take place on February 15 and 16. Prior to that timme, the Irish bishops will hold an emergency general meeting.

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  • Posted by: raymondfrice9926 - Jan. 20, 2010 5:15 PM ET USA

    The primary actions of the sex abuse scandal are abominable but the "cover-up" perpetrators align themselves with the "great deceiver".

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