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lux Posts: 6270
Warning-may be upsetting. I am so sad reading this, imagine losing a child and then having to endure this kind of burial and thinking that your baby was in limbo. :o(
Synergy Posts: 2768
Ah that's so so sad. It was like hearing of the fathers going to Glasnevin on The Tenements. I never knew this sort of thing existed until recently. How can people be so cold :o(
AmandaMc Posts: 1813
People always talk of 'the good old days' remembering this country through rose tinted glasses. Some things have well and truly changed for the better
streaks Posts: 3592
So so sad, in many ways Ireland has come a long way. The unnecessary hardship that was inflicted on those families was terrible.
workingmom Posts: 3429
TBH, every christening I go to in a Catholic Church makes me very angry, all this talk of little babies born with sin......That is a heartbreaking story, like so many others, the lack of respect for children is astounding.
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