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Those Hurt By Church To Join Rally During Pope Visit


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People "abused or hurt by the Catholic Church" are being called on to join in a solidarity rally during Pope Francis' visit to Dublin later this month.

The demonstration, which is being led by clerical abuse survivor and Amnesty Ireland Director, Colm O'Gorman, will "be a moment to assert and respect the dignity of those who have been abused, and to stand in solidarity with them".

It will take place at the Garden of Remembrance at 3pm on Sunday August 26th.

"If you, or someone you love has been abused or hurt by the Catholic Church, or if you wish to stand in solidarity with those who have been abused, please join me", Colm O'Gorman wrote on Twitter.


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