A former Irish president has blasted the “self-serving… little old men” running the Church, warning them “people are walking away” from Catholicism “in droves”.
The “most urgent” issue for the Church today “is to correct its gender imbalance”, an Irish nun has pleaded.
The Church has “got to answer” for its teaching on gays that “empowers the homophobic bully”, a former Irish president has insisted.
Former Irish president Mary McAleese has demanded the Vatican be held to account over the abuse committed by the ‘saint’ of the disabled Jean Vanier, recently revealed to have sexually and spiritually assaulted at least six women.
Former Irish president Mary McAleese has defended herself after theologians accused her of misquoting Pope John Paul II to suggest he justified rape.
Theologians have accused former Irish President Mary McAleese of misquoting John Paul II to give the impression that he justified the rape of women.
The Archbishop of Tuam has lamented the lack of Government consultation over a now-postponed plan to house asylum seekers on Achill Island.