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An abuse survivor protests outside St Mary's Pro-Cathedral in Dublin in 2010 (Photo: PA)

Bishop Emeritus of Kerry said to be very shaken by the incident

Pope Francis and Cardinal Müller, prefect of the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith (Photo: CNS)

The new Vatican tribunal is welcome news indeed

Cardinal George Pell, prefect of the Vatican Secretariat for the Economy, celebrates Mass in Sydney (Photo: CNS)

In a letter of support they say the cardinal is ‘committed to the truth and to helping those who have been hurt’

Cardinal George Pell, prefect of the Vatican Secretariat for the Economy (Photo: CNS)

The cardinal strongly denies allegations heard by the Royal Commission in Australia

Then Mgr Charles Scicluna, left, with Vatican spokesman Fr Federico Lombardi (Photo: CNS)

Archbishop Charles Scicluna served for 10 years as Promoter of Justice at the CDF

Archbishop Martin of Dublin, centre (Photo: CNS)

Archbishop says he is ‘seriously concerned’ by the slow way religious congregations have responded

Pope Francis said there was 'no place in ministry' for the abuse of minors or vulnerbale adults (CNS)

Francis has written to bishops’ conferences and religious orders across the world

Marie Collins, right, is a member of the papal commission (PA)

Commission includes Cardinal O’Malley as well as a British peer and an Irish abuse survivor

Fr Federico Lombardi (Photo: CNS)

But the Holy See will respond to justified criticisms with ‘courage and determination’, according to statement

Giuseppe Dalla Torre, president of the Vatican City State court, left, and Vatican spokesman Fr Federico Lombardi (Photo: CNS)

UN committee that monitors compliance with a children’s rights convention points to ‘list of issues’