A symbol of freedom from sin is manufactured in a Chinese sweatshop.
Here is an alternate veiwpoint from the Catholic News Service
. So what should happen next? Kernaghan of the National Labor Counsel (author of the report) says:
"Following a thorough investigation, St. Patrick's and Trinity should work together with the Association for Christian Retail to clean up the Junxingye factory in China and implement concrete steps to guarantee that the legal rights of the young workers will finally be respected," he said.
"Pulling production from the factory would only further punish these young women, who have suffered enough already," he added.