Catholic governments in catholic countries will protect their catholic church. What you miss is the moral and ethical dimensions.<quoted text>
Again, I've looked this up and the sources lay the blame at the feet of the government as they sent the inmates to the asylums.
What were the Orders accused of?
I'm looking at the report now, and it concludes that there was no sexual abuse, no beatings; they did have to work "very hard" and the nuns were strict.
The same report indicates that the laundries were "operated on a subsistence or close to break-even basis rather than on a commercial or highly profitable basis."
Again, the government sent them there. The report faults them for that.
What did I miss from the report?
If there was no abuse why is this even an issue.
The government sent me to school against my will. Am I entitled to compensation?