Cardinal Brady welcomes settlement in Northern Ireland
Catholic World News - February 05, 2010
Cardinal Sean Brady of Armagh, the Primate of All Ireland, has issued a statement to "warmly welcome" news that an agreement has been struck settling the questions of policing and power-sharing in Northern Ireland. The cardinal voiced the hope that the agreement-- reached after weeks of tough negotiatiosn-- would be "met with generosity, sensitivity, and a willingness to go beyond old ways of approaching each other on all sides."
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