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Monday 2 October 2023 Dublin: 11°C

# forgiveness

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Father of boy (6) killed after being struck by van says the family forgive the driver
The family of the boy told the man that they forgave him .
Priests are now allowed forgive women who have abortions
The Pope yesterday called abortion a “horrendous crime”.
Pope Francis says Christians should apologise to gay people
The pope was speaking after a trip to Armenia.
Philip Cairns's mother says she'll forgive the man who may be responsible for her son's disappearance
“You still have to forgive anyway, for me to have my own peace – you have to forgive.”
Pictured: The moment a Holocaust survivor shook hands with a former Nazi guard
“He lived a miserable life,” she said,
'I will never again go into that house': Helen O'Driscoll has not returned home since sons' deaths
Her nine-year-old twins Thomas and Paddy were killed in the family home on 4 September.
Barcelona will accept Luis Suarez 'imperfections', says Zubizarreta
That’s one word for it.
Dublin-based doctor says he doesn't hate those who killed his family
Muhammad Taufiq al-Sattar’s wife and three children were killed in an arson attack which was the result of mistaken identity.
Column: How to forgive somebody you love
We all get hurt by others from time to time, writes Lisa O’Hara. Here’s what you can do about it.
Dalglish says Evra will shake Suarez's hand
The Liverpool manager claims his striker assured him that he has put his differences with the Frenchman aside.
The week in photos
This is the week that was, in pictures.