THE Brothers of Charity were hosting an event for people of all ages with Learning Disabilities at the Hetherlow Community centre in Moor Lane, Walton today.
What does FC stand for?
FC stands for Brothers of Charity (religious order)
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of Ulster) is a psychologist by training; John Dunne is a clinical psychologist formerly with the Brothers of Charity Services in Galway, Ireland; and Nick Blitz, medical adviser to the Camphill communities of Ireland, has lived and worked as a doctor in life-sharing communities for much of his life.
The chaplain with the Brothers of Charity in Bawnmore added these youngsters are being introduced to heroin by "drug barons, the guys in the Costa del Sol, who are using these children as drug mules".
An inquiry was launched by detectives at Ballybricken Garda Station in Waterford last summer after reports were received that members of the Brothers of Charity had allagedly abused people in their care.
The lay Missionaries of Charity began in Rome officially in 1981, the members having worked with the Missionary Brothers of Charity, associated with Mother Teresa's Sisters.
The offences were alleged to have been committed at the Brothers of Charity centre in the city between 1965 and 1969.
In addition, there was the male congregation, the Missionary Brothers of Charity, who number about 160.
The center is run by the Missionary Brothers of Charity, which Mother Teresa founded in 1963 to accommodate men who wanted to join her in her work.