Limbo Babies [Radio Ulster]

Olivia O'Leary explores the Roman Catholic tradition stipulating that babies who die before baptism cannot go to heaven nor be buried in consecrated ground.

They go to Limbo, an in-between place where they can neither see God nor be reunited with their parents.

Pope Benedict's advisors are now recommending that the centuries-old concept of Limbo be abandoned.

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20070819

Olivia O'Leary explores the Roman Catholic tradition stipulating that babies who die before baptism cannot go to heaven nor be buried in consecrated ground. They go to Limbo, an in-between place where they can neither see God nor be reunited with their parents. Pope Benedict's advisors are now recommending that the centuries-old concept of Limbo be abandoned.

2007081920080518

Olivia O'Leary explores the Roman Catholic tradition stipulating that babies who die before baptism cannot go to heaven nor be buried in consecrated ground.

They go to Limbo, an in-between place where they can neither see God nor be reunited with their parents.

Pope Benedict's advisors are now recommending that the centuries-old concept of Limbo be abandoned.

2007081920080518

Olivia O'Leary explores the Roman Catholic tradition stipulating that babies who die before baptism cannot go to heaven nor be buried in consecrated ground.

They go to Limbo, an in-between place where they can neither see God nor be reunited with their parents.

Pope Benedict's advisors are now recommending that the centuries-old concept of Limbo be abandoned.

20080518

Olivia O'Leary explores the Roman Catholic tradition stipulating that babies who die before baptism cannot go to heaven nor be buried in consecrated ground. They go to Limbo, an in-between place where they can neither see God nor be reunited with their parents. Pope Benedict's advisors are now recommending that the centuries-old concept of Limbo be abandoned.