Irish government demands religious orders do more to compensate victims
May 27, 2009
Commenting on a damning report that documented systemic abuse in Catholic institutions, Irish Prime Minister Brian Cowan said his government would summon religious orders to face-to-face meetings and demand that they do more to fund counseling for victims. The prime minister announced that the Christian Brothers have agreed to provide additional funding.
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