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POPE-IRELAND/
RTS1YP0F
August 25, 2018
Pope Francis is greeted by Archbishop of Dublin Diarmuid Martin at Dublin International Airport, at the...
Dublin, Ireland
Pope Francis is greeted by Archbishop of Dublin Diarmuid Martin at Dublin International Airport, at the...
Pope Francis is greeted by Archbishop of Dublin Diarmuid Martin at Dublin International Airport, at the start of his two-day visit to Ireland, August 25, 2018. REUTERS/Clodagh Kilcoyne
POPE-IRELAND/
RTS1Y8BI
August 21, 2018
Cardinal Kevin Farrell and Archbishop Diarmuid Martin read during the opening mass of the World Meeting...
Dublin, Ireland
Cardinal Kevin Farrell and Archbishop Diarmuid Martin read during the opening mass of the World Meeting...
Cardinal Kevin Farrell and Archbishop Diarmuid Martin read during the opening mass of the World Meeting of Families in Dublin, Ireland August 21, 2018. REUTERS/Clodagh Kilcoyne
POPE-IRELAND/
RTS1Y8AH
August 21, 2018
People take pictures of Archbishop Diarmuid Martin as he arrives for the opening mass of the Pastoral...
Dublin, Ireland
People take pictures of Archbishop Diarmuid Martin as he arrives for the opening mass of the Pastoral...
People take pictures of Archbishop Diarmuid Martin as he arrives for the opening mass of the Pastoral Congress at the World Meeting of Families in Dublin, Ireland August 21, 2018. REUTERS/Clodagh Kilcoyne
POPE-IRELAND/
RTS1OKAF
March 21, 2018
Pope Francis and Archbishop of Dublin Diarmuid Martin attend the Wednesday general audience in Saint...
Vatican, Vatican City
Pope Francis and Archbishop of Dublin Diarmuid Martin attend the Wednesday general audience in Saint...
Pope Francis and Archbishop of Dublin Diarmuid Martin attend the Wednesday general audience in Saint Peter's square at the Vatican, March 21, 2018. REUTERS/Tony Gentile
POPE-IRELAND/
RTS1OK96
March 21, 2018
Archbishop of Dublin Diarmuid Martin attends the Wednesday general audience led by Pope Francis in Saint...
Vatican, Vatican City
Archbishop of Dublin Diarmuid Martin attends the Wednesday general audience led by Pope Francis in Saint...
Archbishop of Dublin Diarmuid Martin attends the Wednesday general audience led by Pope Francis in Saint Peter's square at the Vatican, March 21, 2018. REUTERS/Tony Gentile
POPE-IRELAND/
RTS1OK8D
March 21, 2018
Pope Francis speaks with Archbishop of Dublin Diarmuid Martin before the Wednesday general audience in...
Vatican, Vatican City
Pope Francis speaks with Archbishop of Dublin Diarmuid Martin before the Wednesday general audience in...
Pope Francis speaks with Archbishop of Dublin Diarmuid Martin before the Wednesday general audience in Saint Peter's square at the Vatican, March 21, 2018. REUTERS/Tony Gentile
POPE-IRELAND/
RTS1OK4H
March 21, 2018
Archbishop of Dublin Diarmuid Martin attends the Wednesday general audience led by Pope Francis in Saint...
Vatican, Vatican City
Archbishop of Dublin Diarmuid Martin attends the Wednesday general audience led by Pope Francis in Saint...
Archbishop of Dublin Diarmuid Martin attends the Wednesday general audience led by Pope Francis in Saint Peter's square at the Vatican, March 21, 2018. REUTERS/Tony Gentile
BRITAIN/
RTR2CFBB
April 04, 2010
Britain's Archbishop of Canterbury Rowan Williams leads the Easter Day Eucharist service at Canterbury...
Canterbury, United Kingdom
Britain's Archbishop of Canterbury Williams leads the Easter Day Eucharist service at Canterbury Cathedral...
Britain's Archbishop of Canterbury Rowan Williams leads the Easter Day Eucharist service at Canterbury Cathedral in in Canterbury in south east England April 4, 2010. The Roman Catholic Church in Ireland has lost all credibility over its response to a child sex abuse scandal, the Anglican Communion's spiritual leader told Britain's BBC radio in an interview broadcast on April 3, 2010. The unusually frank criticism of the Catholic Church in Ireland by Archbishop of Canterbury Rowan Williams followed an apology by Pope Benedict over child abuse by priests in Ireland that disappointed victims. The Archbishop of Dublin Diarmuid Martin said Williams later telephoned him to convey his "deep sorrow and regret" for difficulties caused by the remarks. REUTERS/Toby Melville (BRITAIN - Tags: RELIGION PROFILE POLITICS)
BRITAIN/
RTR2CFBA
April 04, 2010
Britain's Archbishop of Canterbury Rowan Williams leads the Easter Day Eucharist service at Canterbury...
Canterbury, United Kingdom
Britain's Archbishop of Canterbury Williams leads the Easter Day Eucharist service at Canterbury Cathedral...
Britain's Archbishop of Canterbury Rowan Williams leads the Easter Day Eucharist service at Canterbury Cathedral in in Canterbury in south east England April 4, 2010. The Roman Catholic Church in Ireland has lost all credibility over its response to a child sex abuse scandal, the Anglican Communion's spiritual leader told Britain's BBC radio in an interview broadcast on April 3, 2010. The unusually frank criticism of the Catholic Church in Ireland by Archbishop of Canterbury Rowan Williams followed an apology by Pope Benedict over child abuse by priests in Ireland that disappointed victims. The Archbishop of Dublin Diarmuid Martin said Williams later telephoned him to convey his "deep sorrow and regret" for difficulties caused by the remarks. REUTERS/Toby Melville (BRITAIN - Tags: RELIGION PROFILE POLITICS)
BRITAIN/
RTR2CFB8
April 04, 2010
Britain's Archbishop of Canterbury Rowan Williams leads the Easter Day Eucharist service at Canterbury...
Canterbury, United Kingdom
Britain's Archbishop of Canterbury Williams leads the Easter Day Eucharist service at Canterbury Cathedral...
Britain's Archbishop of Canterbury Rowan Williams leads the Easter Day Eucharist service at Canterbury Cathedral in in Canterbury in south east England April 4, 2010. The Roman Catholic Church in Ireland has lost all credibility over its response to a child sex abuse scandal, the Anglican Communion's spiritual leader told Britain's BBC radio in an interview broadcast on April 3, 2010. The unusually frank criticism of the Catholic Church in Ireland by Archbishop of Canterbury Rowan Williams followed an apology by Pope Benedict over child abuse by priests in Ireland that disappointed victims. The Archbishop of Dublin Diarmuid Martin said Williams later telephoned him to convey his "deep sorrow and regret" for difficulties caused by the remarks. REUTERS/Toby Melville (BRITAIN - Tags: RELIGION PROFILE POLITICS)
BRITAIN/
RTR2CFB7
April 04, 2010
Britain's Archbishop of Canterbury Rowan Williams leads the Easter Day Eucharist service at Canterbury...
Canterbury, United Kingdom
Britain's Archbishop of Canterbury Williams leads the Easter Day Eucharist service at Canterbury Cathedral...
Britain's Archbishop of Canterbury Rowan Williams leads the Easter Day Eucharist service at Canterbury Cathedral in in Canterbury in south east England April 4, 2010. The Roman Catholic Church in Ireland has lost all credibility over its response to a child sex abuse scandal, the Anglican Communion's spiritual leader told Britain's BBC radio in an interview broadcast on April 3, 2010. The unusually frank criticism of the Catholic Church in Ireland by Archbishop of Canterbury Rowan Williams followed an apology by Pope Benedict over child abuse by priests in Ireland that disappointed victims. The Archbishop of Dublin Diarmuid Martin said Williams later telephoned him to convey his "deep sorrow and regret" for difficulties caused by the remarks. REUTERS/Toby Melville (BRITAIN - Tags: RELIGION PROFILE POLITICS)
BRITAIN/
RTR2CFAV
April 04, 2010
Britain's Archbishop of Canterbury Rowan Williams (R) arrives to lead the Easter Day Eucharist service...
Canterbury, United Kingdom
Britain's Archbishop of Canterbury Williams arrives to lead the Easter Day Eucharist service at Canterbury...
Britain's Archbishop of Canterbury Rowan Williams (R) arrives to lead the Easter Day Eucharist service at Canterbury Cathedral in in Canterbury in south east England April 4, 2010. The Roman Catholic Church in Ireland has lost all credibility over its response to a child sex abuse scandal, the Anglican Communion's spiritual leader told Britain's BBC radio in an interview broadcast on April 3, 2010. The unusually frank criticism of the Catholic Church in Ireland by Archbishop of Canterbury Rowan Williams followed an apology by Pope Benedict over child abuse by priests in Ireland that disappointed victims. The Archbishop of Dublin Diarmuid Martin said Williams later telephoned him to convey his "deep sorrow and regret" for difficulties caused by the remarks. REUTERS/Toby Melville (BRITAIN - Tags: POLITICS PROFILE RELIGION)
BRITAIN/
RTR2CFAO
April 04, 2010
Britain's Archbishop of Canterbury Rowan Williams meets congregation members after leading the Easter...
Canterbury, United Kingdom
Britain's Archbishop of Canterbury Williams meets congregation members after leading the Easter Day Eucharist...
Britain's Archbishop of Canterbury Rowan Williams meets congregation members after leading the Easter Day Eucharist service at Canterbury Cathedral in in Canterbury in south east England April 4, 2010. The Roman Catholic Church in Ireland has lost all credibility over its response to a child sex abuse scandal, the Anglican Communion's spiritual leader told Britain's BBC radio in an interview broadcast on April 3, 2010. The unusually frank criticism of the Catholic Church in Ireland by Archbishop of Canterbury Rowan Williams followed an apology by Pope Benedict over child abuse by priests in Ireland that disappointed victims. The Archbishop of Dublin Diarmuid Martin said Williams later telephoned him to convey his "deep sorrow and regret" for difficulties caused by the remarks. REUTERS/Toby Melville (BRITAIN - Tags: POLITICS PROFILE RELIGION)
BRITAIN/
RTR2CFAL
April 04, 2010
Britain's Archbishop of Canterbury Rowan Williams meets congregation members after leading the Easter...
Canterbury, United Kingdom
Britain's Archbishop of Canterbury Williams meets congregation members after leading the Easter Day Eucharist...
Britain's Archbishop of Canterbury Rowan Williams meets congregation members after leading the Easter Day Eucharist service at Canterbury Cathedral in in Canterbury in south east England April 4, 2010. The Roman Catholic Church in Ireland has lost all credibility over its response to a child sex abuse scandal, the Anglican Communion's spiritual leader told Britain's BBC radio in an interview broadcast on April 3, 2010. The unusually frank criticism of the Catholic Church in Ireland by Archbishop of Canterbury Rowan Williams followed an apology by Pope Benedict over child abuse by priests in Ireland that disappointed victims. The Archbishop of Dublin Diarmuid Martin said Williams later telephoned him to convey his "deep sorrow and regret" for difficulties caused by the remarks. REUTERS/Toby Melville (BRITAIN - Tags: HEADSHOT POLITICS PROFILE RELIGION)
BRITAIN/
RTR2CFAH
April 04, 2010
Britain's Archbishop of Canterbury Rowan Williams crosses himself as he leads the Easter Day Eucharist...
Canterbury, United Kingdom
Britain's Archbishop of Canterbury Williams leads the Easter Day Eucharist service at Canterbury Cathedral...
Britain's Archbishop of Canterbury Rowan Williams crosses himself as he leads the Easter Day Eucharist service at Canterbury Cathedral in in Canterbury in south east England April 4, 2010. The Roman Catholic Church in Ireland has lost all credibility over its response to a child sex abuse scandal, the Anglican Communion's spiritual leader told Britain's BBC radio in an interview broadcast on April 3, 2010. The unusually frank criticism of the Catholic Church in Ireland by Archbishop of Canterbury Rowan Williams followed an apology by Pope Benedict over child abuse by priests in Ireland that disappointed victims. The Archbishop of Dublin Diarmuid Martin said Williams later telephoned him to convey his "deep sorrow and regret" for difficulties caused by the remarks. REUTERS/Toby Melville (BRITAIN - Tags: RELIGION PROFILE POLITICS)
BRITAIN/
RTR2CF9F
April 04, 2010
Britain's Archbishop of Canterbury Rowan Williams leads the Easter Day Eucharist service at Canterbury...
Canterbury, United Kingdom
Britain's Archbishop of Canterbury Williams leads the Easter Day Eucharist service at Canterbury Cathedral...
Britain's Archbishop of Canterbury Rowan Williams leads the Easter Day Eucharist service at Canterbury Cathedral in in Canterbury in south east England April 4, 2010. The Roman Catholic Church in Ireland has lost all credibility over its response to a child sex abuse scandal, the Anglican Communion's spiritual leader told Britain's BBC radio in an interview broadcast on April 3, 2010. The unusually frank criticism of the Catholic Church in Ireland by Archbishop of Canterbury Rowan Williams followed an apology by Pope Benedict over child abuse by priests in Ireland that disappointed victims. The Archbishop of Dublin Diarmuid Martin said Williams later telephoned him to convey his "deep sorrow and regret" for difficulties caused by the remarks. REUTERS/Toby Melville (BRITAIN - Tags: RELIGION PROFILE POLITICS)
BRITAIN/
RTR2CF9B
April 04, 2010
Britain's Archbishop of Canterbury Rowan Williams leads the Easter Day Eucharist service at Canterbury...
Canterbury, United Kingdom
Britain's Archbishop of Canterbury Williams leads the Easter Day Eucharist service at Canterbury Cathedral...
Britain's Archbishop of Canterbury Rowan Williams leads the Easter Day Eucharist service at Canterbury Cathedral in in Canterbury in south east England April 4, 2010. The Roman Catholic Church in Ireland has lost all credibility over its response to a child sex abuse scandal, the Anglican Communion's spiritual leader told Britain's BBC radio in an interview broadcast on April 3, 2010. The unusually frank criticism of the Catholic Church in Ireland by Archbishop of Canterbury Rowan Williams followed an apology by Pope Benedict over child abuse by priests in Ireland that disappointed victims. The Archbishop of Dublin Diarmuid Martin said Williams later telephoned him to convey his "deep sorrow and regret" for difficulties caused by the remarks. REUTERS/Toby Melville (BRITAIN - Tags: RELIGION PROFILE POLITICS)
BRITAIN/
RTR2CF98
April 04, 2010
Britain's Archbishop of Canterbury Rowan Williams leads the Easter Day Eucharist service at Canterbury...
Canterbury, United Kingdom
Britain's Archbishop of Canterbury Williams leads the Easter Day Eucharist service at Canterbury Cathedral...
Britain's Archbishop of Canterbury Rowan Williams leads the Easter Day Eucharist service at Canterbury Cathedral in in Canterbury in south east England April 4, 2010. The Roman Catholic Church in Ireland has lost all credibility over its response to a child sex abuse scandal, the Anglican Communion's spiritual leader told Britain's BBC radio in an interview broadcast on April 3, 2010. The unusually frank criticism of the Catholic Church in Ireland by Archbishop of Canterbury Rowan Williams followed an apology by Pope Benedict over child abuse by priests in Ireland that disappointed victims. The Archbishop of Dublin Diarmuid Martin said Williams later telephoned him to convey his "deep sorrow and regret" for difficulties caused by the remarks. REUTERS/Toby Melville (BRITAIN - Tags: RELIGION PROFILE POLITICS)
BRITAIN/
RTR2CF95
April 04, 2010
Britain's Archbishop of Canterbury Rowan Williams leads the Easter Day Eucharist service at Canterbury...
Canterbury, United Kingdom
Britain's Archbishop of Canterbury Williams leads the Easter Day Eucharist service at Canterbury Cathedral...
Britain's Archbishop of Canterbury Rowan Williams leads the Easter Day Eucharist service at Canterbury Cathedral in in Canterbury in south east England April 4, 2010. The Roman Catholic Church in Ireland has lost all credibility over its response to a child sex abuse scandal, the Anglican Communion's spiritual leader told Britain's BBC radio in an interview broadcast on April 3, 2010. The unusually frank criticism of the Catholic Church in Ireland by Archbishop of Canterbury Rowan Williams followed an apology by Pope Benedict over child abuse by priests in Ireland that disappointed victims. The Archbishop of Dublin Diarmuid Martin said Williams later telephoned him to convey his "deep sorrow and regret" for difficulties caused by the remarks. REUTERS/Toby Melville (BRITAIN - Tags: RELIGION PROFILE POLITICS)
POPE-ABUSE/IRISH
RTXRQV3
December 11, 2009
Archbishop of Dublin Diarmuid Martin (2nd L), flanked by head of the Irish Bishops Conference Cardinal...
Vatican City, Vatican City
Archbishop of Dublin Martin, flanked by Cardinal Brady, talks with reporters at the end of a meeting...
Archbishop of Dublin Diarmuid Martin (2nd L), flanked by head of the Irish Bishops Conference Cardinal Sean Brady (2nd R), talks with reporters at the end of a meeting with Pope Benedict XVI in Saint Peter square at the Vatican December 11, 2009. Pope Benedict shares the "outrage, betrayal and shame" felt by the Irish people over a government report that said Church leaders covered up widespread sexual abuse of children for 30 years, the Vatican said on Friday. In a statement issued after the pope held a meeting with Irish Church leaders, the Vatican also said he would write a pastoral letter to the Irish people about sexual abuse in Ireland and the Vatican's response to the crisis. REUTERS/Tony Gentile (VATICAN RELIGION POLITICS)
POPE-ABUSE/IRISH
RTXRQV2
December 11, 2009
Archbishop of Dublin Diarmuid Martin (L), flanked by Cardinal Sean Brady (R), head of the Irish Bishops...
Vatican City, Vatican City
Archbishop of Dublin Martin, flanked by Cardinal Brady, talks with reporters at the end of a meeting...
Archbishop of Dublin Diarmuid Martin (L), flanked by Cardinal Sean Brady (R), head of the Irish Bishops Conference, talks with reporters at the end of a meeting with Pope Benedict XVI in Saint Peter square at the Vatican December 11, 2009. Pope Benedict shares the "outrage, betrayal and shame" felt by the Irish people over a government report that said Church leaders covered up widespread sexual abuse of children for 30 years, the Vatican said on Friday. In a statement issued after the pope held a meeting with Irish Church leaders, the Vatican also said he would write a pastoral letter to the Irish people about sexual abuse in Ireland and the Vatican's response to the crisis. REUTERS/Tony Gentile (VATICAN RELIGION POLITICS)
POPE-ABUSE/IRISH
RTXRQUZ
December 11, 2009
Cardinal Sean Brady (C), head of the Irish Bishops Conference, flanked by Archbishop of Dublin Diarmuid...
Vatican City, Vatican City
Cardinal Brady, flanked by Archbishop of Dublin Martin, talks with reporters at the end of a meeting...
Cardinal Sean Brady (C), head of the Irish Bishops Conference, flanked by Archbishop of Dublin Diarmuid Martin (2nd L), talks with reporters at the end of a meeting with Pope Benedict XVI in Saint Peter square at the Vatican December 11, 2009. Pope Benedict shares the "outrage, betrayal and shame" felt by the Irish people over a government report that said Church leaders covered up widespread sexual abuse of children for 30 years, the Vatican said on Friday. In a statement issued after the pope held a meeting with Irish Church leaders, the Vatican also said he would write a pastoral letter to the Irish people about sexual abuse in Ireland and the Vatican's response to the crisis. REUTERS/Tony Gentile (VATICAN RELIGION POLITICS)
POPE-ABUSE/IRISH
RTXRQTW
December 11, 2009
Cardinal Sean Brady (C), flanked by Archbishop of Dublin Diarmuid Martin (L), talks with reporters at...
Vatican City, Vatican City
Cardinal Brady, flanked by Archbishop of Dublin Martin, talks with reporters at the end of a meeting...
Cardinal Sean Brady (C), flanked by Archbishop of Dublin Diarmuid Martin (L), talks with reporters at the end of a meeting with Pope Benedict XVI in Saint Peter square at the Vatican December 11, 2009. Pope Benedict shares the "outrage, betrayal and shame" felt by the Irish people over a government report that said Church leaders covered up widespread sexual abuse of children for 30 years, the Vatican said on Friday. In a statement issued after the pope held a meeting with Irish Church leaders, the Vatican also said he would write a pastoral letter to the Irish people about sexual abuse in Ireland and the Vatican's response to the crisis. REUTERS/Tony Gentile (VATICAN RELIGION POLITICS)
POPE-ABUSE/IRISH
RTXRQTT
December 11, 2009
Cardinal Sean Brady (R), flanked by Archbishop of Dublin Diarmuid Martin, talks with reporters at the...
Vatican City, Vatican City
Cardinal Brady, flanked by Archbishop of Dublin Martin, talks with reporters at the end of a meeting...
Cardinal Sean Brady (R), flanked by Archbishop of Dublin Diarmuid Martin, talks with reporters at the end of a meeting with Pope Benedict XVI in Saint Peter square at the Vatican December 11, 2009. Pope Benedict shares the "outrage, betrayal and shame" felt by the Irish people over a government report that said Church leaders covered up widespread sexual abuse of children for 30 years, the Vatican said on Friday. In a statement issued after the pope held a meeting with Irish Church leaders, the Vatican also said he would write a pastoral letter to the Irish people about sexual abuse in Ireland and the Vatican's response to the crisis. REUTERS/Tony Gentile (VATICAN RELIGION POLITICS)
IRELAND-ABUSE/
RTXR68P
November 26, 2009
Archbishop of Dublin Diarmuid Martin speaks at a news conference in Dublin, Ireland November 26, 2009....
Dublin, Ireland
Archbishop of Dublin Diarmuid Martin speaks at a news conference in Dublin
Archbishop of Dublin Diarmuid Martin speaks at a news conference in Dublin, Ireland November 26, 2009. Roman Catholic archbishops in Dublin obsessively covered up widespread sexual abuse of children by priests until the mid-1990s, a report commissioned by the Irish government said on Thursday. REUTERS/Cathal McNaughton (IRELAND CRIME LAW POLITICS RELIGION)
IRELAND-ABUSE/
RTXR68E
November 26, 2009
Archbishop of Dublin Diarmuid Martin speaks at a news conference in Dublin, Ireland November 26, 2009....
Dublin, Ireland
Archbishop of Dublin Diarmuid Martin speaks at a news conference in Dublin
Archbishop of Dublin Diarmuid Martin speaks at a news conference in Dublin, Ireland November 26, 2009. Roman Catholic archbishops in Dublin obsessively covered up widespread sexual abuse of children by priests until the mid-1990s, a report commissioned by the Irish government said on Thursday. REUTERS/Cathal McNaughton (IRELAND HEADSHOT CRIME LAW POLITICS RELIGION)
IRELAND-ABUSE/
RTXR66S
November 26, 2009
Archbishop of Dublin Diarmuid Martin reacts as he speaks at a news conference in Dublin, Ireland November...
Dublin, Ireland
Archbishop of Dublin Martin speaks at a news conference in Dublin, Ireland
Archbishop of Dublin Diarmuid Martin reacts as he speaks at a news conference in Dublin, Ireland November 26, 2009. Roman Catholic archbishops in Dublin obsessively covered up widespread sexual abuse of children by priests until the mid-1990s, a report commissioned by the Irish government said on Thursday. REUTERS/Cathal McNaughton (IRELAND CRIME LAW POLITICS RELIGION)
IRELAND-ABUSE/
RTXR66P
November 26, 2009
Archbishop of Dublin Diarmuid Martin reacts as he speaks at a news conference in Dublin, Ireland November...
Dublin, Ireland
Archbishop of Dublin Martin speaks at a news conference in Dublin, Ireland
Archbishop of Dublin Diarmuid Martin reacts as he speaks at a news conference in Dublin, Ireland November 26, 2009. Roman Catholic archbishops in Dublin obsessively covered up widespread sexual abuse of children by priests until the mid-1990s, a report commissioned by the Irish government said on Thursday. REUTERS/Cathal McNaughton (IRELAND CRIME LAW POLITICS RELIGION IMAGES OF THE DAY)
IRELAND-ABUSE/
RTXR66H
November 26, 2009
Archbishop of Dublin Diarmuid Martin, (bottom row 2nd R) addresses the media at a news conference in...
Dublin, Ireland
Archbishop of Dublin, Diarmuid Martin,addresses the media at a news conference in Dublin
Archbishop of Dublin Diarmuid Martin, (bottom row 2nd R) addresses the media at a news conference in Dublin, Ireland November 26, 2009. Roman Catholic archbishops in Dublin obsessively covered up widespread sexual abuse of children by priests until the mid-1990s, a report commissioned by the Irish government said on Thursday. REUTERS/Cathal McNaughton (IRELAND CRIME LAW POLITICS RELIGION)
IRELAND-ABUSE/
RTXR66F
November 26, 2009
Archbishop of Dublin Diarmuid Martin addresses the media at a news conference in Dublin, Ireland November...
Dublin, Ireland
Archbishop of Dublin Diarmuid Martin addresses the media at a news conference in Dublin
Archbishop of Dublin Diarmuid Martin addresses the media at a news conference in Dublin, Ireland November 26, 2009. Roman Catholic archbishops in Dublin obsessively covered up widespread sexual abuse of children by priests until the mid-1990s, a report commissioned by the Irish government said on Thursday. REUTERS/Cathal McNaughton (IRELAND CRIME LAW POLITICS RELIGION)
BELGIUM/
RTXFOHB
May 11, 2009
European Parliament President Hans-Gert Poettering (L-R), Archbishop Diarmuid Martin and European Commission...
Brussels, Belgium
EU Parliament President Poettering and EU Commission President Barroso hold a news conference with religious...
European Parliament President Hans-Gert Poettering (L-R), Archbishop Diarmuid Martin and European Commission President Jose Manuel Barroso hold a joint news conference with religious leaders in Brussels May 11, 2009. REUTERS/Francois Lenoir (BELGIUM POLITICS RELIGION)
BELGIUM/
RTXFOG2
May 11, 2009
European Parliament President Hans-Gert Poettering (2nd L), Archbishop Diarmuid Martin (C) and European...
Brussels, Belgium
EU Parliament President Poettering and EU Commission President Barroso hold a news conference with religious...
European Parliament President Hans-Gert Poettering (2nd L), Archbishop Diarmuid Martin (C) and European Commission President Jose Manuel Barroso (2nd R) hold a joint news conference with religious leaders in Brussels May 11, 2009. REUTERS/Francois Lenoir (BELGIUM POLITICS RELIGION)
IRELAND
RTR6YIV
April 03, 2005
Archbishop of Dublin Diarmuid Martin speaks during mass in memory of Pope John Paul II at St. Mary's...
Dublin, Ireland
Archbishop of Dublin Diarmuid Martin speaks during mass in memory of Pope John Paul II ...
Archbishop of Dublin Diarmuid Martin speaks during mass in memory of Pope John Paul II at St. Mary's Cathedral in Dublin. The Archbishop of Dublin Diarmuid Martin speaks during a mass in memory of Pope John Paul II at St. Mary's Cathedral in Dublin April 3, 2005. The world mourned the late Pope John Paul II on Sunday and thousands of grieving pilgrims converged on Rome to pay homage to the Pole who helped topple Communism in Europe but left a divided Roman Catholic Church. REUTERS/Darren Staples
POPE BISHOPS
RTRKTEC
January 06, 1999
Pope John Paul II lays his hands on the head of new Irish bishop Diarmuid Martin during a consecration...
Vatican City, Italy
NEW IRISH BISHOP DIARMUID MARTIN DURING A CONSECRATION CEREMONY IN ST. PETER'S BASILICA.
Pope John Paul II lays his hands on the head of new Irish bishop Diarmuid Martin during a consecration ceremony in St. Peter's Basilica January 6. The Pope traditionally consecrates new bishops during a mass on the feast of the Epiphany, the day the Church commemorates the visit of the Magi to the infant Jesus.

PC/CLH/
POPE BISHOPS
RTRKTDP
January 06, 1999
New Irish bishop Diarmuid Martin (R) walks past Pope John Paul II during a consecration ceremony in St....
Vatican City, Italy
NEW IRISH BISHOP DIARMUID MARTIN DURING A CONSECRATION CEREMONY IN ST. PETER'S BASILICA.
New Irish bishop Diarmuid Martin (R) walks past Pope John Paul II during a consecration ceremony in St. Peter's Basilica January 6. The Pope traditionally consecrates new bishops during a mass on the feast of the Epiphany, the day the Church commemorates the visit of the Magi to the infant Jesus.

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