Minor crimes in Eire

Posted February 11, 2018 4:37 pm by Pastor in Monte

Minor crimes in Eire

From Mary Kenny’s column in the Catholic Herald, 21.8.15:When sentencing for minor offences, Irish judges may order the convicted to pay a fine into a charity of the judges’ choice; and the list of charities in question has now been made public.The St Vincent de Paul comes out tops, receiving €129,000 last yer; Sightsavers came second with €120.400; the Christian Blind Mission, next (€120,000);then Ethiopia Aid (€90,000); the Simon Community for the homeless (€53,000); the Society of African Missions (€52,400); the Cappuchin [sic] Day Centre, which provides free meals to the needy (€49,815); St Patrick’s Missionary Society (€44,000); and Oxfam

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