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Father Ian McGinnity

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Father Ian ..., 14 Feb 2012 [cached]
Father Ian McGinnity
THE MORRIS CASE HIGHLIGHTS what is the most serious fault line dividing the worldwide Catholic Church today: the tension between Rome's insistence on doctrine and discipline, and the pastoral concerns at the periphery.
The Vatican has signalled it unwillingness to address the problems he was raising in his 2006 Advent pastoral letter.
The outgoing chairman of Australia's National Council of Priests, Father Ian McGinnity, says he has "no evidentiary proof" of a high rate of knock-backs, but that many senior priests would find it difficult to take up a position as bishop when it involves "seemingly being a branch manager for Rome with little input into decisions being made centrally, as well as dealing with the remnant of abuse cases still affecting Church morale."
Ian McGinnity says the National Council of Priests concurs with the opinions of Bill Carter QC and Father Ian Waters that Bishop Morris was denied natural justice and due process:
The Swag » NCP Committee & Contacts, 21 Mar 2012 [cached]
Ian McGinnity
Chairman: Ian McGinnity
PO Box 267, Quakers Hill NSW 2763 Ph: (02) 9626 3326 Fax: (02) 9626 1613
The Swag » 2011 » October [cached]
NCP Committee Member Bill Burt SVD reflects upon the contribution of Ian McGinnity who will conclude his term as NCP Chairman at the end of 2011.
The risen Christ in the changing face of the priesthood, 7 Dec 2010 [cached]
Fr Ian McGinnity, Chairman of the National Council Priests of Australia (NCP) and Parish Priest of Mary Immaculate Parish, Quakers Hill, said that this would be a time to reflect on the ministerial priesthood today and its role into the future within the Australian context.
Father Ian McGinnity, former ..., 14 Nov 2012 [cached]
Father Ian McGinnity, former chairman of the National Council of Priests, said priests would be placed in a ''terrible position'' by such a change.
''Where do you draw the line on that?'' he said, raising the possibility of people admitting other crimes, such as murder or fraud.
''That's not to lessen the gravity of child abuse ... but it's just there's so many other areas of wrongdoing in the world,'' he said. ''It's a bit of a minefield.''
He also questioned whether people would admit to child abuse during confession.
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