...Dr Sean Brady
, the Archbishop of Armagh, told the ecumenical Lenton lecture series in Rathfarhan in Dublin that the days of "constructive ambiguity and moral murk" in the peace process were over.He
claimed: "What is clear is that in the midst of the confusion and disillusionment of the current crisis, we have reached a fork in the road, a defining moment on the journey towards a lasting peace.
09/12/2004 13:38:03 - Brady
calls for photos alternative
it is about time that Dr Brady
came out in the open and give Sinn Fein
a roasting instead of hiding behind the Church Doors.He
is correct in everything he
says but why has he
not stated this long before this.He
is well aware of the grief, pain, suffering and hardship not only brought on the innocent Victims of the troubles but also on local communities.It is time that Dr Brady
told Sinn Fein
/ Republicans to get their act together and provide the people of Northern ireeland with proper democratic government.
Does it matter who Dr Brady
has no credibility.Take note of how much of Dr Brady's comments apply directly to the hierarchy of which he is a member: He laments
‘ambiguity and moral murk' - He
says people want ‘transparency and accountability'; - They want ‘local power and effective law and order.' - He
says ‘peace could only be built on truth and not on lies, falsehood and deceit.' All of which is true but the man, along with his
fellow bishops, has no credibility advising on these matters given the hierarchy's disgraceful covering up of the crimes of paedophile priests and the hierarchy's systematic deception of the laity for decades/centuries even as they put the laity's children at risk and failed to take responsibility for their actions.Fair play to Dr Brady
brass neck, though.