Frank Brennan and Chrissie Foster outside the Hearing Rooms

Fr Frank Brennan, Eureka Street, Jesuit Dean of Law ACU Sydney mentioned by Chrissie Foster. “Once looked like becoming a Cardinal.” ( opinion ED ) ” Not a Pell ally”

“On one of the mornings, as we sat in the royal commission waiting area before the day’s hearings got under way, Father Frank Brennan approached my husband, Anthony, and said: “I know your face. Your name is O’Donnell.”

Anthony was stunned. Kevin O’Donnell was the priest who raped two of our daughters for years at their primary school, resulting in Emma’s suicide and Katie being hit by a car while binge drinking.

Anthony looked at him and replied “My name is Anthony Foster”, to which Brennan responded “Oh yes, O’Donnell was that horrible priest”, as he walked away without so much as a grimace or apology.”

 

CHRISSIE FOSTER The Australian 12:00 AM March 6, 2017

Chrissie Foster and her husband are well-known advocates and have featured in RCC Case studies especially in the links to Pell. Their daughters were both victims.

“At the same time they have been neglecting the needs of surviving victims by refusing to compensate them fairly for lifelong damages. Bishops and archbishops and the church must be held accountable for the injury rained down on children by pedophile clergy and for their part in prolonging and promoting their criminal behaviour.”

 

http://www.theaustralian.com.au/opinion/pathetic-excuses-for-the-sins-of-the-fathers/news-story/8c821d3cf491611533e4a341d95605cc