- Aug 29, 2009
There's a Live Feed here to the Hearings in London.
The BBC carried a story on the Ampleforth situation - see post 423Just got in, OMG. I'll have a look at that as I have been following the Ampleforth issue. There again it appears to be the underlying case that cases involving abusers had been kept 'in-house' and at Ampleforth it appears that a previous senior benedictine had actually approached victims of an abusive monk ahead of the police- the police made the point that this should not have occurred.
The IICSA Public Hearings continue, and they're returning to Roman Catholic Institutions.
Tomorrow, Tuesday, a series of Hearings will question witnesses about how the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Birmingham dealt with reports of Child Abuse.
The IICSA has its own YouTube channel and its likely that all the Open Hearings will be televised Live.
Cardinal Nichols and Archbishop Longley are expected to be among the witnesses.
Top Catholic bishop to be questioned over child abuse scandal
Sad news.... Cardinal Nichols and Archbishop Longley are expected to be among the witnesses.
Top Catholic bishop to be questioned over child abuse scandal ...
Cardinal Nichols postpones abuse inquiry appearance over mystery illness
Cardinal Vincent Nichols is said to be recovering after being taken unwell during a Remembrance service on Sunday.
The most senior Catholic leader in England and Wales was forced to leave a ceremony at Westminster Cathedral early.
A statement released by the Catholic Church said the 73-year-old had since been seen by a doctor. It did not disclose the nature of his illness.
Cardinal Nichols has been deemed unfit to give evidence to the Independent Inquiry into Child Sexual Abuse as planned this week ...
His appearance he been rescheduled for 13th December.