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Irish bishops to meet in wake of allegations of ‘gay culture’ at national seminary

The 17 bishops on the board of trustees will meet after the high-profile criticism from Archbishop Diarmuid Martin.
Tue Aug 9, 2016 - 12:23 pm EST
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Archbishops Diarmuid Martin of Dublin and Eamon Martin of Armagh

MAYNOOTH, Ireland, August 9, 2016 (LifeSiteNews) – In the wake of Dublin Archbishop Diarmuid Martin’s high-profile decision to move his seminarians out of Ireland’s national seminary over concerns about a strong “gay subculture” at the institution, the seminary’s trustees will meet. 

Armagh Archbishop Eamon Martin, whose position earns him the title Primate of All Ireland, has called a meeting of the St. Patrick College trustees prior to the beginning of the coming school year. The board of trustees is comprised of 17 bishops, including Archbishops Eamon Martin and Diarmuid Martin.

Find more details about the scandal at the Maynooth seminary and Archbishop Diarmuid Martin’s decision in our article last week: Dublin archbishop moves seminarians from national seminary over ‘gay subculture’ allegations.

  catholic, homosexuality, ireland, maynooth seminary

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