Church Appeals For Information On The “Disappeared”

The leader of the Catholic Church in Ireland has issued a fresh appeal to anyone carrying ‘secrets’ about where the IRA’s ‘Disappeared’ victims are buried to come forward.

Speaking at a mass in Armagh, Archbishop Eamon Martin said there are trustworthy people in the church and in society who would be willing to “accept and sensitively share information which might help to unlock the “uncertainty and grief of families”.

Four people abducted and killed during the Troubles by republicans who suspected them of being British informers have still not been found.


Archbishop Martin said there are people on all sides who carry secrets, which could help to set families free from the “agony of waiting and wondering why”.