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Patroni Ecclesiarum: Or, a List of the Patrons of the Dignities, Rectories [&c.] of the Church of England and Ireland

Patroni Ecclesiarum: Or, a List of the Patrons of the Dignities, Rectories [&c.] of the Church of England and Ireland

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Catholic Church Tortures 30000 Kids in Ireland Residential Schools: STOLEN LIVES DOCUMENTARY 1/3

[DOCUMENTARY] STOLEN LIVES: WE WERE ONLY CHILDREN. Stolen Lives is a three part series based on the experiences of thousands of young children who suffered various forms of abuse in Ireland’s industrial schools. The first episode, Our Boy’s Stories, focuses on the boys from four of Ireland’s industrial schools. In the second, We Were Only Children, four women describe their horrific ordeal and in the third, Philomena’s Story, Philomena Byrne recounts with incredible lucidity the horrific legacy of the industrial school scheme. The Catholic Church managed to get away with the mass torture of over 30000 children in these religious boarding schools adminstrated by the Christian Brothers and Sisters of Mercy amongst 18 other religious order of the corrupt Catholic Church. This organized crime scheme called “Residential Schools” is something that the Catholic Church managed to implement in many countries including Ireland, Canada, Australia, UK, USA, and more. They worked hand in hand with the state in order to fill as many stolen children into these religious institutions, falsely call the kids “orphans” or “wards of the state” and then collect substantial profits from the government per child per day. The more children, the more money. They starved the children to save even more money and fill their pockets with dishonest gains. This organized crime scheme meant that each priest, nun and school official silenced the daily crimes committed against the children, the labor

John Ayers’ hunger strike, Dublin, Ireland, 23rd May 2010 (1)

John Ayers’ hunger strike, Dublin, Ireland, 23rd May 2010 (1)
Church abuse
Image by Tom Szustek
Abuse survivor John Ayres is on the 7th day of his hunger strike outside the residence of Archbishop of Dublin. He demands criminal investigation into child abuse cases and prosecution of those who are responsible for abuse and later cover up.
Ryan report was published one year ago bringing into light child abuse scandal in institutions run by religious orders. No arrests were made since then. Catholic Church agreed to publish this report on condition that no names of abusers will be revealed. Few weeks ago Archbishop of Dublin, Diarmuid Martin said that “there are strong forces in the Catholic Church which would prefer that the truth about clerical child abuse did not emerge”
(Companion dog is well fed )

John Ayers’ hunger strike, Dublin, Ireland, 23rd May 2010 (2)

John Ayers’ hunger strike, Dublin, Ireland, 23rd May 2010 (2)
Church abuse
Image by Tom Szustek
Abuse survivor John Ayres is on the 7th day of his hunger strike outside the residence of Archbishop of Dublin. He demands criminal investigation into child abuse cases and to prosecution of those who are responsible for abuse and a later cover up.
Children’s shoes were placed on the railings surrounding the residence of Archbishop of Dublin to symbolize the suffering of child abuse victims.