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#Cloyne Report

# cloyne-report - Sunday 17 July, 2011

DPP rejected garda recommendation that Cloyne bishop be prosecuted: report

Meanwhile, the number of dioceses in Ireland looks set to be reduced in the wake of another clerical sex abuse scandal.

# cloyne-report - Saturday 16 July, 2011

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The Daily Fix: Saturday

In your Fix for today: A cheaper route to Dublin airport?; the end of the World; a remorseful Archbishop; how the Taoiseach is spending his weekend; and why Ken Doherty has an issue with neck ties.

Archbishop apologises for 'consistent failure' in Cloyne

The apostolic administrator for the Cloyne diocese at the centre of a damning report this week has written a letter that will be read out at all masses in the area this weekend.

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Poll: Should priests be exempted from mandatory crime reporting?

The government is to make it a crime for priests not to report a crime if it’s confessed to them. What do you think?

New row between Church and State over ‘privileged’ confessions

Frances Fitzgerald says the ‘privilege’ of confession will not exempt a priest from new duties reporting child abuse.

# cloyne-report - Friday 15 July, 2011

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Poll: Should the Papal Nuncio be expelled from Ireland?

The Vatican is yet to respond to the findings of the Cloyne report, which found the Papal state less than co-operative with helping implement child protection guidelines. But should the Government send the Pope’s representative here packing?

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The 9 at 9: Friday

Nine things to know this morning…

FG's Charlie Flanagan says the Papal Nuncio should be expelled

The Vatican’s response to allegations of clerical sex abuse in Cloyne was described as “unhelpful”.

# cloyne-report - Thursday 14 July, 2011

Cloyne report front page photo 'used without permission'

A photographer claims his image of a bridge in Cork was used on the report into clerical sex abuse without his permission. The image has since been removed from the online version.

Government won't rest until the Vatican responds to the Cloyne Report

The Tánaiste has met with the Pope’s ambassador who has expressed his distress at the report’s findings. Meanwhile the Taoiseach has said that the church must act within the law at all times.

THE TÁNAISTE WILL meet with the Vatican’s Papal Nuncio Giuseppe Leanza today it has been confirmed. Eamon Gilmore will discuss the findings of the report into clerical sex abuse in the Cork diocese of Cloyne with Taoiseach Enda Kenny saying that the view the Vatican took of the allegations was absolutely disgraceful. He added that his deputy would speak very directly to the Vatican’s ambassador to Ireland, RTÉ reports.

Column: We must stop the reports on clerical child abuse.. and spend that money on survivors

We know children were molested and raped and we know the Church protected the evil abusers, writes Evin Daly, CEO of One Child International. What those victims need now is support and funding, not more reports.

The Cloyne Report - What does the Vatican think?

Eamon Gilmore will seek an urgent meeting with the Vatican which was “entirely unhelpful” according to the report into clerical child sex abuse.

# cloyne-report - Wednesday 13 July, 2011

The Cloyne Report - who's saying what

Politicians, clerics and rights groups have responded to the findings of the report, which examined how the Catholic Church and the state authorities dealt will allegations of abuse in the Co Cork diocese.

Where is Bishop John Magee?

The senior cleric who was in charge when child sex abuse claims were reported – but not acted upon – in Cloyne diocese apologises by statement but may be abroad.

Take 5: Wednesday

5 minutes, 5 stories, 5 o’clock.

Cloyne report findings 'could not be starker or more disturbing' - Shatter

The Minister for Justice has offered a “profound apology” at the launch of the report into clerical child sex abuse in the Catholic diocese of Cloyne, which heavily criticises the diocese and the Vatican.

Cloyne report to be published later today

The long-awaited report will be published at 3pm today.

# cloyne-report - Tuesday 12 July, 2011

Report into Cloyne sexual abuse to be published tomorrow

The official report of the Commission of Investigation into child sex abuse in the Cork diocese is to be published.

# cloyne-report - Monday 18 April, 2011

The 9 at 9: Monday

Nine things you need to know by 9am: Enda’s “charm offensive” continues, MORE bad news for Irish banks, and a new €430m ski resort in… Louth?