I read this story in horror;
The Archbishop of Tuam Michael Neary has told Bon Secours nuns that they have a moral obligation to engage with an examination of how 796 children died and were buried in a mass grave.
The remains of the youngsters were interred in a concrete septic tank in the grounds of a home in Tuam, run by the Sisters of the Bon Secours, between 1925 and 1961. A “scoping exercise” to determine the facts behind the case will begin shortly, with a number of government departments involved.
I am wondering WHY the Nuns needed to reminded that they have a “moral obligation” to explain why these 796 children under their care ended up in a mass grave in a septic tank?