Irish analyst sees clear Vatican rebuke of Dublin's archbishop
August 19, 2010
An Irish analyst argues that Pope Benedict’s decision not to accept the resignations of two auxiliary bishops in Dublin has put a heavy strain on the leadership of Archbishop Diarmuid Martin, and could raise questions about how long the archbishop will remain head of the Dublin archdiocese. “It could hardly have been a more public reprimand,” writes John Downes in the Sunday Tribune.
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