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Thursday 1 June 2023 Dublin: 11°C

# Cloyne

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# Rebel Legend
New documentary set to be made on Cork hurling great Christy Ring
This year is the centenary of Ring’s birth.
# defrocked
Cork man ejected from priesthood over abuse claims 'kept celebrating Mass at home'
It’s led to a resignation in the diocese of Cloyne.
# Cloyne
Gardaí may have interviewed victim of paedophile priest as 'family favour'
A new GSOC report found that a statement might have been taken just to “appease the victim”.
# The High Table Interview
Here's what we learned from Enda Kenny's one-on-one with
The Taoiseach paid a visit to our HQ this week and he had plenty to say…
# The Full Interview
WATCH: Enda on changing his mind, not taking himself seriously and running for president...
The Taoiseach was in with to talk the economy, the referendum, his salary and his future.
# Dan Duane
Cork man ejected from priesthood over abuse claims has appeal rejected by Rome
Dan Duane made the appeal to the Catholic Church’s highest judicial authority.
# Body
Body of elderly man discovered in Cork house
Gardaí have sealed off the scene and the office of the State Pathologist has been notified.
# child sexual abuse
New Murphy Report information details abuse by Fr Patrick McCabe
Previously redacted information has now been made public, and details allegations of abuse made against the priest.
# no pressure
Two kids from Cork to be confirmed by... Pope Francis
Emily Mulcahy and Edmond Roche (both 12) were chosen from the diocese of Cloyne to be confirmed by the Pope in St Peter’s Square.
# need to know
The Evening Fix... now with added chicks sniffing daffodils
The things we learned, loved and shared today…
# Clerical Abuse
Priest dismissed over complaints of child sexual abuse
A number of complaints of sexual abuse of minors against the priest have been upheld by a canonical penal trial today.
# Catholic Church
New Bishop of Cloyne accepts appointment with 'apprehension'
The Bishop-elect William Crean, from Kerry, has said he had accepted the post with “considerable trepidation”.
# power cut
Power outages in Dublin and Cork
In Glassmore, Swords a fault has caused a power outage for around 21 houses and a fault in Cloyne, Co Cork means around 42 houses are without electricity.
Column: The children's referendum is a chance to put things right
By voting yes, we can prove that this generation has done more than any other to protect children who have been betrayed in the past, writes Aodhán Ó Riordáin.
# Cloyne
One year on: What's happened since Enda Kenny's landmark Cloyne speech?
In his most significant speech to date, Enda Kenny was hugely critical of the Vatican following the publication of the Cloyne report. Today marks the first anniversary of that speech.
Column: 'Support for my coming out reflects changing attitudes in Ireland'
The Fine Gael TD Jerry Buttimer said publicly for the first time this week that he is gay. Writing for, he explains the reasons behind his decision to come out…
# Apostolic Visitation
Vatican visitors propose Church reforms to deal with abuse fallout
An Apostolic Visitation sent by Pope Benedict XVI suggests reforming admissions to seminaries, and organisation of dioceses.
# Clerical Abuse
Vatican visitors to publish report on Church child abuse
Pope Benedict’s hand-picked ‘Apostolic Visitation’ will publish a summary of their findings later this morning.
# Catholic Church
Archbishop calls for 'renewed' and 'more humble' Catholic church
Archbishop Diarmuid Martin made the call as he welcomed the new Papal Nuncio to Ireland in Dublin today.
# Review 2011
Obama, Cloyne and an 'elderly poet': how the world's media saw Ireland in 2011
It’s been an eventful year for the nation, here’s how the international media saw the big events.
# Cloyne
Government publishes final sections of damning Cloyne report
The Department of Justice publishes the final extracts of the report into the handling of child sexual abuse allegations in Cloyne.
# Cloyne
'I didn't go too far': Taoiseach defends Cloyne report comments
Enda Kenny was responding to criticism levelled at him by the Vatican last weekend.
# Daily Fix
The Daily Fix: Sunday
In tonight’s Fix: What Diarmuid Martin wants the Taoiseach to explain; Celia Larkin’s earfuls for Bertie; why McDonald’s is ‘Lovin’ It’ in Ballymun; and what did the Rubberbandits get upto at Electric Picnic?
# Cloyne
Archbishop Martin calls on Taoiseach to explain Vatican comments
The Archbishop of Dublin was speaking following the publication of the Vatican’s controversial response to the Cloyne report.
# Daily Fix
The Daily Fix: Saturday
In tonight’s Fix: The fall out from the Vatican’s response to the Cloyne report; why there could be good news for mortgage holders; and what’s happening down at the Electric Picnic?
# Cloyne
Cloyne: Tánaiste reacts to Vatican statement as Taoiseach says he doesn't regret speech
The two most senior figures in government have given their initial response to what the Vatican has been saying about the Cloyne report this morning.
# Cloyne
Vatican rejects Taoiseach's criticism over Cloyne sex abuse report
The Vatican has issued its response to the Cloyne report saying it is “sorry and ashamed” for the suffering of victims and their families.
# Cloyne
Vatican's response to Cloyne 'will be published imminently' - report
La Stampa newspaper says the 15-page response has been prepared and is awaiting final approval before being published.
# The Daily Fix
The Daily Fix: Monday
The battle for Tripoli rages on, the bishop of Cloyne breaks his silence, Ireland’s latest viral sensation and… can we turn light bulbs into wifi routers?
# Clerical Sex Abuse
Bishop Magee breaks silence over Cloyne abuse
Dr John Magee has apologised to child abuse victims, and said he “let down” other priests by going into hiding.
# Child Abuse
Cloyne priests to meet... as hundreds more abuse cases set to emerge
A new report on the Donegal diocese of Raphoe is expected to reveal many more assaults on children by priests.
# Reek Sunday
Archbishop: Clerics hurt too by the Church's mishandling of abuse claims
The Archbishop of Tuam, Michael Neary, addresses pilgrims on top of Croagh Patrick as part of “spiritual” Reek Sunday in Mayo.
# Cloyne
Catholic newspaper applauds Taoiseach's Vatican speech
The Irish Catholic said in its editorial that the Taoiseach’s speech “captured the anger of a generation”.
# Papal Nuncio
Ireland's Papal Nuncio to be transferred to Czech Republic
Giuseppe Leanza is to be deployed to the vacant position in Prague, following his withdrawal from Ireland.