David Quinn of the Iona Institute discusses anti-Catholicism in Ireland. He asks if it exists and how we would recognise if it does. He also speaks about the hero priests, religious and lay-people we have forgotten in the rush to condemn the Catholic Church’s past. He looks back at the visit by Pope Francis to Ireland last August and finally about Church/State relations today.
David’s speaking notes from the night can be found here.
An audio of his talk can be found here. (Please forgive the poor sound quality in places).
(The talk was given in the Davenport hotel, Dublin, on April 24).