Willie Walsh (bishop)

Willie Walsh (bishop)

William (Willie) Walsh ( (1935-01-16) 16 January 1935 (age 78)) is an Irish Catholic prelate who is the bishop emeritus of Killaloe. He served as ordinary from 1995 until his retirement in 2010.

Read more about Willie Walsh (bishop):  Career, Retirement, Irish Times Interview, November 2010, "John"'s Allegations

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Willie Walsh (bishop) - "John"'s Allegations
... Fathers T, U and V, in the early 1980s, and had been told by BishopWalsh in 2005 to report the incidents to the police ... Walshhad paid "John" €20,000 personally, and €45,000 out of Killaloe diocesan funds in 2008-09, "though he never formally sought compensation", and promised to seek a further €30,000 from the ... It is unclear to what extent Walshfelt sorry for "John", whom he described as "a decent person", or whether the money was paid to some extent as hush money ...

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