Kerala nuns seek CM’s intervention in transfer order


Kochi: Jan 20 : Six Kerala nuns, who have been leading a campaign against rape-accused Jalandhar Bishop Franco Mulakkal, have written to Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan, seeking his urgent intervention in the case.

The nuns, four of them have been transferred to different locations from the convent in Kottayam’s Kuravilangad where they are posted now, shot off the letter days after they received the transfer order from the Missionaries of Jesus. Sister Anupama, Sr Alphy, Sr Josephine, Sr Ancita and Sr Neena were the protesters who had sought justice for the victim nun in the rape case.

Six Kerala nuns, who have been leading a campaign against rape-accused Jalandhar Bishop Franco Mulakkal, have written to Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan, seeking his urgent intervention in the case.

The nuns, four of them have been transferred to different locations from the convent in Kottayam’s Kuravilangad where they are posted now, shot off the letter days after they received the transfer order from the Missionaries of Jesus. Sister Anupama, Sr Alphy, Sr Josephine, Sr Ancita and Sr Neena were the protesters who had sought justice for the victim nun in the rape case.

 

 

source: The Week

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  1. Why are nationally recognized Catholic organizations like the CRI and CCWI silent at this blatant misuse of power? We should close down all our charitable and service institutions if we cannot protect our own defenceless sisters. We want the Govt to protect whistle blowers, but have a different set of standards when it comes to natural justice within the Church. Shame on all of us.

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