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Hundreds protest over National Maternity Hospital ownership - Irish Times

Some 200 people protested at the Department of Health on Thursday afternoon against the Government's plans to give the new National Maternity Hospital to the Sisters of Charity. The group, which included representatives from Parents for Choice ...and more »

The Sisters of Charity presided over abuse. They must not run a maternity hospital - The Guardian

Women and children were abused in institutions run by this order and funded by the Irish state. Handing over a public hospital is an insult to their suffering. People protest in Dublin at plans to grant ownership of the National Maternity Hospital to ...and more »

Why do the Sisters of Charity want to own a maternity hospital? - Irish Times

Stories about the ownership and governance of the National Maternity Hospital after it moves from Holles Street have been bubbling for a while. We'll leave aside for a moment the fact that the State is giving sole ownership of the €300 million complex ...and more »

Religious role in National Maternity Hospital criticised - Irish Times

The decision to pass ownership of the new €300 million State-funded National Maternity Hospital to a religious order underlines the need for the complete separation of church and State, People Before Profit TD Bríd Smith has said. Ms Smith, a Dublin ...and more »

Planned move of National Maternity Hospital in jeopardy - Irish Times

The planned move of the National Maternity Hospital to a religious-owned site at St Vincent's Hospital is in jeopardy after the board of St Vincent's said it plans to review the status of the project. The board says the decision is prompted by ...and more »

National Maternity Hospital 'will be completely independent' - Mahony - Irish Times

The Master of the National Maternity Hospital has said nuns will “not be running the hospital” when it moves to St Vincent's Hospital campus and it will be “completely independent”. Rhona Mahony maintains that the ownership of the new hospital is not ...and more »

Abuse survivors angry at order getting ownership of hospital - Irish Times

Survivors of child abuse in residential institutions have expressed shock at the fact that the sole owner of the new National Maternity Hospital in south Dublin will be the the St Vincent's Healthcare Group, of which the Sisters of Charity are the ...and more »

Future of new national maternity hospital in doubt after 'review' launched over controversy - Irish Independent

The future of the new national maternity hospital which is due to be built on the grounds of St Vincent's Hospital in Dublin is in doubt. The board of St Vincent's Healthcare Group announced today it is to review its decision to allow the hospital be ...and more »

Fury over decision to allow nuns to hold rights to new maternity hospital - Irish Mirror

People protest outside the Department of Health in Dublin at plans to grant ownership of the new National Maternity Hospital to the Sisters of Charity religious order. (Image: PA). Share. by Taboola by Taboola · Sponsored Links Sponsored Links ...and more »

Maternity hospital will 'respect rights of the mother', nun says - Irish Times

A member of the Sisters of Charity has said the new €300 million national maternity hospital on the St Vincent's campus in Dublin will “always respect the rights of the mother and the baby”. Sr Agnes Reynolds, a member of the St Vincent's Healthcare ...and more »