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« on: August 01, 2011, 09:36:02 PM »

http://www.irishcentral.com/news/Vatican-leader-slams-Irish-governments-confessional-law-as-absurd-126164123.html

Vatican leader slams Irish government’s confessional law as absurd
Row intensifies between Church and State after Papal Nuncio’s recall

By CATHAL DERVAN,IrishCentral.com Staff Writer


A senior Catholic Church leader has slammed the Irish government’s determination to force priests to reveal child sex abuse claims made in confessional boxes as the row between Ireland and the Vatican intensifies.

As Papal Nuncio to Ireland Monsignor Giuseppe Leanza prepares to return to Rome on the orders of the Pope, Irish Prime Minister Enda Kenny has engaged in another war of words with the Holy See.

Kenny and his Justice Minister Alan Shatter have again pledged to force priests to reveal anything they hear in the confessional box connected with child sex abuse...



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