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Opus Dei Knights of Colombanus in coverup about Ryan Report

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posted on Jun, 15 2009 @ 03:53 PM
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There are recorded accusations by members of the Irish Dail that the government education department is in the grip of knights of colombanus and opus dei and these are covering up child abuse contained in the Ryan Report.

There is to be a pod cast of this programme which was broadcast today 12th June 2009 at 13.40

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Ahern criticises anti-church rhetoric by opponents of deal with religious
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* Cardinal's key adviser makes plea for new deal
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* Citizens wait patiently to express solidarity with victims of abuse
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* Government will respond if orders agree to reopen deal
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* Mass-goers have strong views on report by child abuse commission
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* Priest takes leave after allegation of sexual assault on young girl
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* Helpline numbers
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MARTIN WALL

AGREEMENT WITH ORDERS: THE FORMER Taoiseach Bertie Ahern has criticised “anti-church” rhetoric in the aftermath of the publication of the Ryan report into the abuse of children in institutional care.

In an interview with Karen Coleman on Newstalk radio yesterday Mr Ahern said it was “simplistic” to argue that there was loads of land and money available to religious orders.

He said that this was “just anti-church”.

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Friday June 12 2009

THE bright sunshine beamed through the glass dome, suffusing the Dail chamber with light. But on the floor of the House, and in the public gallery above, grief, remorse and anger cast a long dark shadow over the sunlit room.

Usually the Dail proceedings on a Thursday morning are punctuated with rowdy and rambunctious banter during the order of business. But then this wasn't a usual session in the lower House of the Oireachtas -- it was the first day of a two-day debate on the horrendous findings of the Ryan report into child abuse. There were no political shenanigans yesterday, just a grim sense of unity among deputies on all sides of the chamber as they set off on a bleak journey.

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