Tasmanian Anglicans sell churches to fund national child abuse redress

By Felicity Ogilvie
May 7, 2018

[with audio]

The Anglican church in Tasmania is planning to sell 76 of its 133 churches in order to fund the national child sex abuse redress scheme.

Locals are upset to lose the churches, some which are more than 130 years old.

But those who survived abuse say while they feel for locals, it sends an important message of acknowledgement.



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