Old horrors uncovered in Ireland

Infants’ corpses cast light on unholy system

By Dale R. Herspring

Catherine Corless, an Irish historian, discovered records showing that from 1925 to 1961, 796 infants who had been in a home in Tuam run by The Sisters of the Bon Secours, died.

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