796 Babies Found In Mass Grave In Ireland By Home For Unwed Mothers Ran By Nuns



In a disturbing discovery revealed this week, nearly 800 children were found in a mass grave near a former home for unwed mothers and their children.

The children are believed to have been buried in a septic tank on the grounds of the home in Tuam, Ireland, between 1925 and 1961, BBC News reports. Many appear to have perished from infectious diseases or malnutrition.

The gruesome discovery was made by two boys who stumbled across the unmarked grave when they were playing near the site of St. Mary’s Mother and Baby Home, which has since been converted into a housing estate.

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Read more at http://Kasuratan.com/2013/08/pope-francis-named-in-argentine-child-trafficking/


And if that is not enough to sober up the most ardent excusers of Rome there is this. Ever feel like you just wanna get away. When Argentine priests drop the dime on you, it is hard to say wrong link dude.

Pope Francis is accused of attempting to cover-up a church pedophile scandal in the Dominican Republic after Archbishop Josef Wesolowski, the papal nuncio in Santo Domingo and alleged pedophile, was secretly removed from his post without the Vatican sharing the news with the public.






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