Trudeau said that being a Catholic over the years and now about the Catholic Church’s stance, I was very disappointed.
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said on Friday that he was “deeply disappointed” that the Roman Catholic Church had formally opened the door after the remains of 215 children were found in a residential school. Have not apologized. He said that the churches have not reformed their role in the earlier system of ethnic boarding schools run by them in Canada.
The institution in which the remains of the children were found was once the largest residential institution in the country. Trudeau called on the Church to “move on” and take responsibility after years of silence. Trudeau said that as a Catholic I was deeply disappointed in the attitude of the Catholic Church over the years and now.
The government also has other ‘ways’
He said, ‘When I went to the Vatican many years ago, I requested Pope Francis to go straight ahead on this incident and apologize, admit the mistake, rebuild, make the record public. But we are still seeing resistance from the Church, possibly from the Church in Canada.’
Trudeau said the churches were “silent” and “not taking any action on this”. He said the government has “methods” that it can use if the churches themselves do not issue these documents. From the 19th century to the 1970s, more than 150,000 First Nation children in Canada attended government-funded Christian schools to adapt to Canadian society.
used to be beaten for speaking mother tongue
The Canadian government acknowledged that children in these schools were physically and sexually abused and beaten up for speaking their mother tongue. However, a Vatican spokesperson did not comment in this regard. At the same time, the Archbishop of Vancouver expressed regret on this on Wednesday. The United, Presbyterian and Anglican churches have also apologized for their roles in the persecution.
Roseanne Casimir, head of the Tekamloops te Sequepem First Nation in the Canadian province of British Columbia, said last month the remains of 215 children were confirmed to have been found at a school in Kamloops, British Columbia, with ground-enabled ground-penetrating radar detection. .
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