The Government’s contempt for Mass-goers shows the need for a more robust approach

The Government’s contempt for Mass-goers shows the need for a more robust approach Fr Gerard Quirke of Achill parish celebrates dawn Mass on Easter Sunday at a penal times Mass rock overlooking Keem Bay on Achill Island. Photo: Sean Molloy.
The right to religious worship has now been restricted in Ireland in some shape or form for 405 days. Apart from a brief period during the summer and the month of December, public Mass in the Republic has been disallowed for over a year. Many good people – instinctively trusting that the Government knew what…
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