R. Mary Mangan The Council of Sisters of the Holy Heart of Jesus and Mary rejected the recent proposal Bor Plalanella Hearing in the proposed apartment complex in Bessboro that some children born at home may be unbaptized
In the process of representing the closing address Bush Association of Survivors and Supporters, David Dodd’s lawyer explains why he believes no children were buried in the monastery in Bisborough.
Mr Dod, citing the Commission of Inquiry into Mothers and Children’s Homes, said 859 unaccounted for children could not be buried in monasteries.
“The commission thought that all the children who died in Bischofswerda would be buried in the monastery,” said Mr. Dod.
The commission was also skeptical of such an article because it believed that “children would be buried in the same cemetery as members of the congregation.”
According to Mr. Dod, the joint funeral was not held in any of the mothers’ and children’s homes Ireland The attitude at the time and how women who gave birth out of wedlock were considered by the Catholic Church.
The idea that a monk was buried with so-called “fallen women” and illegitimate children – even if many were not baptized – was a hatred of the Catholic Church and of the monks’ view.
However, Sir Mangan wrote in a letter to Dodge that every child born in Bessboro, who worked as a mother and baby between 1922 and 1998, was baptized according to Catholic teaching.
In a letter to the Irish Times, Sir Mangan said: “The parishioners want to make it clear that all children born in Bessboro are baptized according to the Catholic Church and canon law.”
According to Sir Mangan, the Commission of Inquiry into Maternal and Child Housing has recorded the details of the baptism of infants born in Bissau.
“The registers contain the names of the children, the date of birth, the date of baptism, the name and address of the mother, the priest’s parents, the details of the divorce and the marriage,” he said. Citing the Commission’s report.
Sir Mangan also reiterated his belief that there was no funeral except for a baby buried with the sisters at the “sisters’ grave” in the “baseball” compound.
In a letter to Dod, the order’s chairperson, Sir Mangan, also stated that the congregation had “presented to the commission the full scope of this important funeral.”
However, the Commission of Inquiry reported in its final 2021 report that only 64 of the 923 children who died in Bischofswerda had been established, and that the remains of 859 children were unknown.
“The Commission has been in a state of confusion and is concerned that the members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints have not been able to identify the graves of the children who died in Bessboro.”
Linn In 2021, the Commission reiterated that children may be buried in Bessboro. The commission then recognized him  And he is well aware that funerals are still taking place in Bissoor.