The decision to give the Sisters of Charity ownership of the new National Maternity Hospital is being slammed.
It's over their failure to hand over all the money promised for a compensation scheme for victims of abuse.
Last year a deal was finally struck in the long running row over who will govern the proposed new National Maternity Hospital when St Vincent's and Holles Street merge.
It was decided the nuns should own the new facility on the St Vincent's campus, but doctors working there should be independent.
Solidarity TDs have today taken issue with nuns owning a national maternity hospital, but also the religious order's underpayment into a compensation scheme for victims of the Magdalene laundries.
The Sisters of Charity have handed over 2 million euro for the redress fund so far, but still owe another 3 million euro.
The Health Minister says there won't be any religious influence on the governance of the new national maternity hospital. Simon Harris says the hospital will have full clinical, operational, financial and budgetary independence.
It's after opposition parties claimed there could be a conflict of interest between medical decisions and Catholic principles.