800 ‘forgotten babies’ buried in septic tank at home for unmarried moms

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DUBLIN: Almost 800 babies and children were buried in a mass grave in Ireland near a home for unmarried mothers run by nuns, according to new research today which throws more light on the Irish Catholic Church’s troubled past. Death records suggest 796 children, from newborns to eight-year-olds, were deposited in a grave near a Catholic-run home for unmarried mothers during the 35 years it operated from 1925 to 1961. Historian Catherine Corless, who made the discovery, says her study of…

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800 ‘forgotten babies’ buried in septic tank at home for unmarried moms

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DUBLIN: Almost 800 babies and children were buried in a mass grave in Ireland near a home for unmarried mothers run by nuns, according to new research today which throws more light on the Irish Catholic Church’s troubled past. Death records suggest 796 children, from newborns to eight-year-olds, were deposited in a grave near a Catholic-run home for unmarried mothers during the 35 years it operated from 1925 to 1961. Historian Catherine Corless, who made the discovery, says her study of…

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Could Americans finally learn the sound of leather on willow? Teams compete in ... - Daily Mail


Daily Mail

Could Americans finally learn the sound of leather on willow? Teams compete in ...
Daily Mail
Enthusiasts say areas such as New York City, California's Silicon Valley, Washington, D.C., Dallas and Chicago have become cricket hotbeds, fueled by an influx of mostly South Asian immigrants, some of whom arrived as part of the high-tech boom.
Immigrants fueling a US boom in cricketKOMO News
Immigrants spurring cricket's growth in the USManawatu Standard

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