I couldn’t invent this, but the Irish Government is to reward The same Sisters of Charity who ran the scandalous Magdalene Laundries, and Orphanages in Ireland, in which thousand of women and children were murdered, many forceable raped, all enslaved, many died in the Magdalene Laundries and their battered bodies were dumped into mass pits, behind the Sisters of Charity convents. Now the Nuns, The Sisters of Charity are been rewarded with ownership of a new €300 million State-funded Hospital, a new National Maternity Hospital in Dublin, Ireland. What a reward the Irish Government is to give to The Murderous and Rapists, Sisters of Charity, gifted a €300 million State-funded Hospital.
This same religious congregation of the Sisters of Charity which has failed to date to provide its share of funds to an agreed Redress Scheme for institutional abuse victims, in its care. The Sisters of Charity is one of 18 Religious Congregations which ran the Magdalene Laundries, and Orphanages in Ireland, for unwed Mothers and their Children, which was investigated by The Ryan Commission
The Sisters of Charity agreed to pay €128-million indemnity to the Irish State, for their sins, following publication of the Ryan Report. The Sisters of Charity offered to contribute a further €5 million towards the €1.5 billion Redress Scheme costs incurred by the State involving former Residents of the Institutions. To date the vile and lying Sisters of Charity have only contributed just €2 million to date. The Sisters of Charity, along with the three other criminal Religious Orders which managed Magdalene Laundries, and Orphanages In Ireland, have now said, that they would not be making any more contribution to the State Redress Scheme for women who were enslaved in their Magdalene Laundries.
Sister Agnes Reynolds of the Sisters of Charity says: the new 'Maternity Hospital in Dublin to respect rights of mother and baby’…that is new… what happened to the 800 plus babies flushed down the toilet and into a septic tank at the back of a Mother and Baby Home and Convent in Tuam, that was also run by the Good Nuns, The Bon Secures who ran that Mother and Baby Home in Tuam, also runs hospitals worldwide. I wonder where their Catholic Ethos was then.? Yes Catholic Ethos or an intangible “spirit”, so this Catholic Ethos is to be, unable to be touched; not having physical presence, difficult or impossible to define or understand; vague and abstract, what in heaven does that mean. To the Catholic Church and its followers, its the traditions and teachings of the Catholic Church and be obedient always, and unquestionable slave to the Catholic Church. With over 200 Mother and Baby Home, Orphanages and Industrial Schools the Religious Orders ran in Ireland in which thousands of women and children, were enslaved with many losing their lives because of Irish Catholic Ethos. And this from their own website The Sisters of Charity… Now I’m sorry none of that Catholic Ethos was every used when they ran the Magdalene Laundries,
1. Human Dignity Respecting the sacredness of human life and the dignity and uniqueness of each person.
2. Compassion Accepting people as they are, bringing Christian love, empathy and caring to all.
3. Justice Acting with righteousness and integrity which respects the rights of all
4. Quality Seeking excellence in all aspects of care.
5. Advocacy Speaking for the voiceless, acting with and for them to achieve a reasonable quality of care.
Now again I’m sorry but none of that Catholic Ethos was ever used when they, The Sisters of Charity ran the Magdalene Laundries, or Mother and Baby Homes in Ireland. Where was the respect for and sacredness of human life and the dignity and uniqueness of each person” as they butchered babies and children and their mothers in their care, flushing the babies down the loo. Another quote they use on their website is “to bring the healing love of Christ to all we serve” George Santayana, the Poet, Philosopher, Essayist, and novelist, wrote,
“ Those who cannot learn from history are doomed to repeat it.
Those who do not remember their past are condemned to repeat their mistakes.
Those who do not read history are doomed to repeat it.
Those who fail to learn from the mistakes of their predecessors are destined to repeat them.
Those who do not know history's mistakes are doomed to repeat them.
The Mission Statement of The Sisters of Charity, also from their website, again the irony...
"To bring the healing love of Christ to all we serve” Our concern for others, especially those in need permeates every aspect of the life and work of our service. We are dedicated to providing the best possible health care, drawing on the talents and creativity of all our staff.”
This is like the German Government given to what is left of the Gestapo a free State funded Prison to run as they, the Gestapo see fit, where again Gestapo ethos which was Catholic Church ethos, were the same, unbelievable. The Magdalene Laundries, or Mother and Baby Homes in Ireland, were run by The Sisters of Charity and the Mercy Nuns who could disguise their violent nature simply because they wore a Nun’s Habit and a holy cross.The flogging and rape of children and their mothers in their care was the norm, flogging was common practice in these Institutions with the Nuns, both on the children and their mothers and the amenities were very basic and sparse. Any slight abuse of the holy rules imposed by the Nuns by both the children and their mothers would lead to floggings. Proper soap, toothpaste, toothbrushes etc were unheard of in the Magdalene Laundries, or Mother and Baby Homes in Ireland, which held thousands of children and their mothers. Food and drink were minimal and the women and children had half the rations to live on, many died from malnutrition and daily floggings. The good Nuns set their own Laws, which meant that the activities of the Nuns were free from any review by secular courts in Ireland. This effectively meant that the Nuns and Religious Orders became a law unto themselves. So now the Good Irish Government wants to give the very same Nuns a free gift of a €300 million State-funded Hospital to run and own, now thats progress, isn’t ?. .
Owen Felix O'Neill
Owen Felix O'Neill
Author of Child Laundering Secrets, 2017