Irish analyst sees clear Vatican rebuke of Dublin's archbishop
Catholic World News - 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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