BISHOP ANTHONY FISHER, CO-ORDINATOR OF WORLD YOUTH DAY, 16 JULY, 2008: “Happily, I think most of Australia was enjoying [and] delighting in the beauty and goodness of these young people and the hope for us doing these sorts of things better in the future, as we saw last night, rather than dwelling crankily, as a few people are doing, on old wounds.”
Emma Foster: In memoriam
July 15, 2008
Jul 16th, 2008 at 1:06 pm
I found the lawyer’s comments interesting.
Sounds like the poor girl had the devil’s own job in trying to sue for damages. They obviously made it as hard as possible for her.
Perhaps the One Holy Roman and Apostolic Church should be re-named The Catholic Church (No Liability) Inc., (possibly incorporated somewhere, perhaps Rome, but certainly not here); Or perhaps: The Catholic Church: That Which Does Not Exist, Does Not Employ Anyone (especially Priests) And Cannot Be Liable Vicariously For Any Wrongdoing.
See also : In Sydney, “Old Wounds” Slam Spurs Fresh Outrage, Rocco Palmo, Whispers in the Loggia, July 16, 2008 | Father Peter Kennedy ~versus~ Bishop Richard Williamson (March 10, 2009) | Everybody Knows (February 5, 2009) | Suffer the Children (December 6, 2008) | Ratso is funny… Pell… less so (July 8, 2008) | Alas for you George! | egg benedict dot org (July 9, 2008) | Ecce Homo (July 17, 2008).