Pressure mounts on bishop to resign

Pressure is mounting on the only serving bishop named in the Murphy report yet to resign.

Bishop of Galway Dr Martin Drennan has yet to declare his intentions in the wake of the report into clerical sex abuse in the Dublin archdiocese.

Bishops Eamon Walsh and Raymond Field issed statements announcing their decisions to step down late on Christmas Eve, following the lead of two others in recent weeks.

Survivors of clerical abuse say Bishop Drennan must also now quit his post.

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