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MY UPCOMING TRIP TO CLOYNE AND KERRY.

I am heading to Cloyne and Kerry dioceses in the next few days.

There are two reasons for this trip.

1. To celebrate a wedding in Tralee where Father King Puck is a curate.

2. To have two meetings with concerned Catholics from Cloyne and Kerry.

I will also have a solicitor with me to witness affadavits.

Many people in Cloyne are still terribly shocked at the Kildorrey altar sex incident – and the failure of the bishop – Crean – to react and address the horrible sacrilege.

There are also a serious number of Cloyne parishioners who are shocked at the level of clerical homosexual activity.

Again, Crean has received many letters of complaint about these matters which he has failed to acknowledge or answer.

Crean is obviously out of hid depth and not fit for purpose.

KERRY

Although not as bad as Cloyne, Kerry has its problems too and a weak bishop in Browne.

I will be listening to these people and encouraging them to take matters into their own hands by:

1. Withdrawing funding.

2. Attend Mass at churches run by religious orders.

3. Report what they know to local and national media.

People can contact me at:

bishopbuckley1@outlook.com

0044 7488 374364.

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FATHER JONES ON IRELAND

147 replies on “MY UPCOMING TRIP TO CLOYNE AND KERRY.”

Will you be passing Meath en route? Perhaps stop off in Multyfarnham or Mullingar and get a straw poll of what parishioners there think.

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The majority of them regardless of how they voted would think what happened at the funeral mass was abhorrent. Why did the former bishop of Meath make his views on the Fr David O’Hanlon debacle known (as mentioned here yesterday or the day before via an article) and neither he nor the new bishop have made their views known on a priest denying communion in the diocese weird. Is receiving communion at a mass not as important as which headgear to wear to the Vatican?

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Did you cluck as much, Keith, when the Romanists ordained Sean Jones to the priesthood last year? The seminarian who alledgedly appeared on a gay-dating app cruising for bum sex? Well, did you, Keith? It is because of such men as him in the priesthood that many Irish Catholics voted for repeal of the Eighth Amendment in protest at the generations of abuse by Roman Catholic clerics.

Or did you just look on in undignified silence, Keith?😕

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Dont forget to visit Cork and Ross where Johnny Buckley is still clinging to “power”.
In recent years several new priests seem to be unstable, moving every 12 to 18 months. I know of at least one case where one newish priest was moved at the request of The Gardaí.
There’s also some dissatisfaction within the clergy regarding appointments. Some great priests have been past over while two priests have each been given a parish within 3 years of ordination and one was given a lead chaplain appointment and put in charge of two very senior priests.
It is thought that John Buckley has dementia but thst Tom Deenihan was covering it up for a long time. With Tom gone the cracks are showing – the cracks are big and worrying.

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Why are some bishoprics still occupied long past the normal retirement age of 75? What age is the Bishop of Clonfert, for example?

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Are you a health professional, qualified to recognise the symptoms of denentia? No?
Then how the hell would you know whether or not he had dementia?

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Pat, there is something not right about you interfering in the affairs of other Dioceses. I believe your behaviour is mendacious. You are touting for gossip, innuendo and hearsay. That a solicitor should travel with you is a serious misjudgment on his/her part. I hope that you will discern in Spirit your impending arrival in Cloyne and Kerry, that God will pour charity and mercy into your heart because you are only motivated by a vindictive, arrogant and self serving approach.

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8.45 hi I never left Skool hi I’m in th university of life. Always learning hi. Concentrate on th underlying message not th wrappin paper but

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9:36;
Well said hi fly; ..far too many have lost the plot and forgotten the message of the gospel.
They prefer the perks of position rather than the message of Christ.

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His poems are rather good@ 2:59am.
From a psychodynamic perspective a poem I heard recited would cause me a wee amount of concern.

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You are not welcome in Cloyne or Kerry. You don’t have the permission of the bishops and priests of their dioceses and parishes. You have no business here so stay up North and mind your own business. Nothing but a troublemaker and a mischief maker. The people should shun you and chase you back to where you belong.

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@ 12:14am
Is the permission of bishops or priests, a new ecclesiastical requirement, in order to travel to Cork and Kerry? Are citizens of Ireland not free to speak to whoever, whenever , wherever, without ecclesiastical permission? Some people seem easily threatened! 😡
Makes me wonder…why? What’s yer problem? 🤗

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Exactly. Larne is still a very cold house for Catholics. What has +Pat done to evangelise it. He could go door to door in the loyalist estates instead of touring southern counties.
That said, I’d love to meet Pat for a proper chat. I had a phone call with him once and he was very warm and friendly.

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Now now sheriff. John Wane would turn in his grave if he were alive. Ya scared of outlaws pardner or what hi 12.14 am

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8:19
Hi fli, these guys need to get off their horse and eat them ther beans!
A mans gotta do whata mans gotta do! Ok padre?

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Pat, when you are in Cloyne investigate the PP living with his young eastern European boyfriend. Most clergy are aware and the bishop is failing to act. It has caused scandal in his Parish and they are always seen out together in restraunts and bars. I’d be willing to meet and discuss further at an agreed location if you could provide anonymity.

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Bp Pat, whatever happened in the case of the East European rough-trade who ended up killing a sort of society type priest he had living with for some years? I remember reading about it on the old blog a few years ago.

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10 23: Doesn’t Pat live with a much younger man he found on a website from afar? What’s age got to do with live? Don’t know for sure – but Pay I believe goes for younger ones. That’s his business as it us the business of others what age partner they choose.

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Please visit Galway sometime. Things have really deteriorated. Several younger clergy have left the ministry and the diocese. The word on the grapevine is that a priest reported a safeguarding issue and has been ostracised as a result. The new bishop is continuing the policy of his predecessor and leaving power in the hands of his rude and ignorant priest secretary, a younger man who yet is cut out of a much older mould. He could be straight out of the 1950s, talking down to people, treating the clergy with disrespect, addressing the cathedral staff in a boorish, condescending manner. He needs taking down a peg.

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Pat, I hope you get a conscience somewhere on your episcopal travels. The wedding aspect is fine but the very idea that you would stick your nose into the business of other Dioceses is reprehensible. Totally unacceptable. This is the work of someone who has little to do and someone who has a weird perversion in chasing down, ridiculing and harrassing – abusing other people. It’s a moral perversion, a psychological illness. Just mind your own business and find something more fruitful to do, you degenerate.

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9:07;
Bishop Pat, I’d like to meet you to relate to you a horror story( in strictest confidence).
I need a bit of support and guidance. I’m never, ever, going to get that from clergy in my parish or from my bishop.
I have your email address and will email you later today, if that’s ok.?

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Last time I looked Ireland was a free country with freedom of speech and expression. Pat, I would have thought, is free to go wherever he likes and talk to whoever he wants. It seems to me those who seek to curtail and prevent this have an awful lot to answer for and hide. It does no harm to upset the status quo because bishops and others in this country have become to smug, comfortable and complacent.

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as an Irish citizen I am free to roam the land.

I need no permission from any bishop or priest – and seek none.

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9.56: Mags, you haven’t got over your rejection from the seminary, ever. You spend your life in misery and create your own messiness of life. Is there anyone you like other than the image in the mirror? You poor sod!

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10:37
You poor pervert! So you’re happy to send your teenage sons to a pervert priest who, apparently, sought some
anonymous guy to f**k him up the arse?

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Bp Pat, I am right in thinking Fr Jones stands at a lectern and delivers his so-called lectures to an empty room?
“More wise words from the good Father” was left in the comment box of one video I looked at (briefly).
(NB: He doesn’t seem to be appealing for donations, which is something I suppose, unlike the preposterous former Fraternity of St Genesius aka Fr Hogan’s wallet..)

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9:46

You suppose Fr David Jones’ (to be distingquished from that other halfwit, King Puck) not appealing for donations is a good thing? It’s the least he can do.

Have you watched enough of his videos to get the measure of this man? He’s an utter crackpot!😕

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12:14. Would you listen to yourself. Doesn’t have the permission of the bishop. Who do you think the bishop is and what power do you think he has. Last I heard, the 26 counties was a free country. Wasn’t aware that the bishop had powers to exclude people. Maybe he wishes he did but thankfully the days of unchallenged power of these muppets has well and truly gone. Doesn’t have the permission of the bishop!!! Thank you. On this cold and frosty morning you have made me laugh

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Be careful Pat of the Kerry Eye’s questioning. There is an ulterior motive. He should be renamed the Kerry Spy not the Kerry Eye.

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9.07: You create and love dramas and yiu poke your nose into ither people’s affairs. You abbrigate to yourself responsibilities that are not your domain and you proceed to act in the most vindictive, merciless way towards all whom you hate, which seems uncountable at this stage. Yes, you are a free agent but not free without relevant moral responsibilities. One of these moral imperatives is that you do not intrude uninvited into other people’s lives, simply to find any information that suits your self serving agenda. And sadly, you’ve broken a promise you made before Christmas – that you’d refrain from personalised, demeaning and derogatory descriptions of people.

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11.33: The state of your Church – The Oratory – is indeed your business and your only business, you fool. You are interfering and a trouble maker.

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@11.29
If ‘your’ church has nothing to hide than Pat’s visit is nothing to fear…. so why are you so defensive?

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On your Episcopal pilgrimage to the South Pat, mind the roads – they are dangerous and we wouldn’t want our messiah to slide over a ditch…though some would wish for that to happen. Just be careful. We are putting out the red carpet in Tralee – sorry, pink carpet with lavender petals. You’ll love it Pat…..

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@ 11:33:
Lolli, was that yerself i saw at the puck fair last year, in the mini skirt, wearing high heels and a low neck pink sweater and suckin’ on the little lollipop🍭?
You’re some bird, Josie! 🐧

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11.51: You got it!!!!!I am some bird indeed. You’d love me. All I have to do us show you some leg….like Pat frequently does. He looks super in his episcopal pinks!!

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The problem is that the laity take these priests seriously. They depend on them to point them to heaven. In the past they have not been opposed to bullying people. Any person with the title “priest” should be a role model. I am sure a doctor would have been struck off.

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3:29;
Oh! No Josie, never. I’m a one woman, man! A real man.
I’m all yours luvvie…! You seem to luv… a lotta lolly!
Don’t ruin your chompers ,now, will you, Josie.
Wouldn’t want to see you at the next puck fair, toothless!

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4.01: I think Llipop Josie is hilarious. Can’t you imagine the fun sucking all those lollipops she sells!! You seem like you’d excel at chewing the lollies..

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I hope you will visit our home in Tralee. You would be made very welcome along with the solicitor. I will text you later with our details. The clergy in Tralee are very well thought of and well liked. However, my family and I have historical links to the town and have always alway wanted to meet you.

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I would like to visit you in your home. I be travelling with another Oratogy priest. Text me your name and address.

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@10:41;
So Josie, sells lollipops, as well as being a lollipop sucker!
Does Josie sell anything else, bro?
Sweeties, like lollipops, are for children, lad. Josie be better off to give them up and watch her figure!

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At a select clerical gathering yesterday Mgr Joe McGuinness said that Pat Buckley’s proposal to go down south was a good arguement for a hard border.

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How could Joe McGuinness have said this yesterday when Pat’s plans to go South only went up near to Midnight last night. Lying fool.

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Which select gathering of priests is gathering in the wee hours of the night? And did they have clothing on?

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Can we have an assurance from Rev Buckley that even if strictly speaking he does not require explicit episcopal permission to pass through dioceses on the way to Cloyne and Kerry he will at least notify the bishops concerned?

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12:40;
What…!
Explicit episcopal (what)….?
The Pope, when flying over countries, sends a courstsy message to heads of state giving his blessing.
Bishop Pat, are the concerned clergy of Cloyne and Kerry, who require assurances, unwittingly elevating you to the position of Pope?

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2:22
The pope gives his blessing flying over…
Blessing? What the hell is that but a Roman Catholic clerical gimmick to screw a dollar or 10 from some gullible Roman Catholic who actually believes that he or she has received something.😕

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12:40 & 3:14;
Magna…Magna…Magna…;
Please,my son; we’ve had more than enough of that… malarkey!
Delusional pomposity, can come with the post, and has a tendency to rub off onto some of those, with the ‘ear of the bishop’.

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Pat, will you stop off in Meath diocese? I suppose the parishioners in Multyfarnham can, at least, go to the Franciscans there if they want.

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Robert Troy’s uncle was a high ranking member of the community in Multyfarnham. The Ballynacargy native, ordained in Rome as a member of the Franciscan Order in 1967, made a major impression in Multyfarnham, where he was Rector at the Franciscan Friary. It’s remarkable that his nephew should be refused communion in the catholic chapel in the parish? Still no statement from Bishop Deenihan or Bishop Smith. It’s also been intimated that Robert’s brother may be a Carmelitie (a real one as opposed to any other sort of one), so I’m sure Robert like the thousands of other Irish men and women grappled with his conscience. People in the diocese of Meath need to know are their public representatives to be refused communion at the altar?

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Bp Pat, please do not reveal the locations you will be at in Kerry and Cloyne. Browne has today called in contacts within the Gardai in Kerry, some of whom are family connections. Don’t be surprised if you get harassed.

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3:03

So the Republic, despite all that was said and done (but mostly said), is still a confessional state, and the Garda at the deferential beck and call of Rome’s…😕

No freakin’ surrender! 😅

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3:46pm
Oh…those were the days my friend!
They thought they’d never end.
They’re long gone, Magna!

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Police forces, and the motivation of those who join them, are interesting. TBH I don’t think the motivation can be that different from many who join the priesthood…

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You want to bet 4.11pm. Sure they called McCabe alarmist, silly and much worse. You live in cloud cuckoo land. Wake up.

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Buckley when your big Northern Reg Merc pulls up in Tralee don’t you think you might stick out like a sore thumb? I hope, unlike D’Arcy, you have the big end fixed on it properly and ready to show off. D’Arcy was last seen down Boa Island direction trying to get the big end fixed up after all this time. I hear RTE are footing the bill.

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5:55pm
I’m wide awake and well aware of corruption in state agencies.
You’re comparing apples with spuds! Not comparable.

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Comparing apples with spuds @6.53 lol. Do you not realise what a thick unintelligent response that is. You are like mule unintelligent needing bridle and bit rofl.

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Dear Pat. I am a recently retired Priest from St Andrews and Edinburgh. I recently purchased a small retirement dwelling in the Archdiocese and on Sundays I say Holy Mass here. Anyone can attend, that is until the local Parish Priest threatened to report me to the Archbishop claiming I need his permission to say Mass in “his jurisdiction”. I asked the wee officious Rome trained eejit (who has been ordained 5 minutes) if I need his permission to visit Church or to pop to Tescos. How dare he! Any related correspondence from my holy Bishop will also be ignored. Like me, you must visit where you want and ignore the ones who are wanting notifications and authority over you. Keep working for God’s people and I will keep praying for you and your partner. God bless.

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You would think the local priest would appreciate the help of having another priest around. It would be more in line to ask you to cover one day a week for a stipend so that he can have a respite day and you an opportunity to exercise your ministry.

Have a happy retirement Fr. Dude

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Thanks Holy Goat. Most kind. I did offer my services but he prefers help from Priests of his own age group with a Roman education and traditional dress. Not my thing.

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4.09: Rev. Fr. D – I don’t feel one bit sorry for you. If you want to say a “private” mass with family, that’s fine but inviting a “congregation” to your mass is wrong for many reasons. You’ve obviously enjoyed your ministry, been financially rewarded if you can purchase a house, and benefit from a retirement fund for priests. You are entitled to all this but surely if you want to be supportive and helpful to the local community wouldn’t it be better if you offered your time and service to them? I think by establishing a private oratory, which is what you’re doing, is most unfair to the local priest(s). There’s an air of arrogance in your comment. Your Oratory might be a source of division. I worked in a parish where Jesuits once lived and had built up a relationship with a “community” of parishioners who met monthly in their homes for prayer and mass. I was never invited, though they attended our Church frequently and knew I was aware of what was happening. What caused division was that at Christmas and Holy Week/Easter they never joined with their parish community but had their private house celebrations with their Jesuit friend. That caused much division in the parish. Apart from this, there are child safeguarding and health and safety issues to be seriously considered. I’m sure Rev. “Retired Fr.” that if you were still a P.P. you would not like a visitor to be working against you. A little courtesy, kindness and understanding – or INSIGHT – might be appropriate. Your implied attitude “f**k the lot of them” is entirely unacceptable.

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Thanks for for your comments 6.47pm. I have not set up an oratory. I pray Mass in the living room with space for 5 or 6 close friends and neighbours once a week. My retirement flat was purchased with help from my lovely family and will be left to them when Almighty God calls me. I know I am lucky. I also have a small retirement Pension from the state and I do not take the small Pension from the Diocese as they (Parishioners) were kind enough to support me for 52 years, so I would feel guilty about that. I hardly think that I am threat to the local Parish! In any case, my Mass is in the evening, the young Priest only has one Mass on a Sunday as the evening Mass “could not be sustained due to less than 70 attending each Sunday evening”. God bless

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6:47;
You seem to make a lot of assumptions in your post.
I never knew priests were so precious about their ‘congreations.’
How is the retired Fr. working against the P.P.? Might this have anything to do with finance?

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As a fellow brother Priest here in Ireland it would be a privilege to attend your Mass and hopefully concelebrate sometime. Just ignore the nasty trolls as they are in the minority, keep on doing what you are doing. God bless you. Pass your details to Pat and I will get in touch.

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Lol priests get very precious about their congregations! I used to go to a Saturday evening mass in another parish purely because I didn’t like our parish priest, who my mother had a raging crush on. He eventually commented to my mother that I’d lapsed – even my mother thought he was delighted – so she just told him I was going to Mass somewhere else.
I do find the cultural difference between the retired priest and his younger colleagues interesting though, and he obviously feels excluded by their attitude…

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You seem an arrogant ignorant pig Priest @ 6.47pm. Can I just ask you to consider one thing – one day you will be retired too and basically on the scrap/dung heap of the Church. I pray people won’t have your judgemental attitude that you currently posses.

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Kerry eye @ 7:47;
Why do you need to be personally nasty in reply, reverend father?
How long are you ordained a priest Rev.? Are you trying to suggest there’s a fear of criminal intent that the
Gardai might be on the job? How is a visit to Kerry comparable to a case that required a state tribunal of inquiry?
Where are you based in the kingdom? You seem to be full of questions that’s of no concern of yours!
Or maybe it is of concern. Are you by any chance Brother John? Rev brother?
God bless you, Rev.

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You are childish to refer to me as Brother John. I know who you are and you have had it in for me for a long while. Why don’t you leave it alone for once. I’ll speak to His Lordship about you and have done so already.

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I’d say carry on doing what you are doing, retired Father D, and God bless your ongoing ministry. I think this is exactly where the Church is going – a grass roots movement by the people and for the people. The institutional Church is toxic, and from your few words, I’m sure we all get the picture of exactly what the young Roman fever priest is like – queer as a coot too, naturally, and not in a good way. I’m sure people will be drawn to you by attraction, and find a kindly welcoming presence, just as I am sure is to be found at Pat’s Oratory.

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Who really cares where you go Pat, could be counted on my two hands!
A has been, left withering to history, will be remembered as a man of bitterness and hatred towards other Christian.

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Bishop Buckley, we were having a discussion in Kenmare today about your visit and we couldn’t agree between ourselves about you being a Bishop, please forgive any ignorance as it’s not intended on our part. Is it true that Rome does not accept you as a Bishop in their eyes but recognises you as a Bishop? Confusing to us but we wondered if that’s true? We think it’s grand you coming down here. Donal.

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At the time of my consecration the RC church said i was “valid but illicit” – in other words I did not have the popes permission. They dont recognise me and I think they are corrupt.

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@8:53;
And who might you be brother? Are you Brother Kerry eye or Brother Fra amigo?
Tell who you like Bro! Do you think I came down in the last shower, Brother?
The Holy Spirit knows what you’re up to Brother!
Pray your night office like a good man, and stay away from the world wide web and any occasion of potential sin.
Mind yourselfs. God Bless Bros.

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Just about Kerry eye👍. Can you?
What a marvel of a word, debatable! Your on a roll now big lad🤣🤣🤣

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@ 8:01;
Howdy partner! Theres a change of place for de showdown. Hi fly…
It’s on for Denny St. near the park in Tralee town centre at high noon sunday.
All guns blazin partner! See yo then.Hi fly. Giddy on up Silver.!

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That a man of supposed Christian leadership should traipse around the country with a solicitor and privacy a bouncer protector, threatening to elicit information from others by sworn affidavits is outrageous. I am surprised that anybsolicitircwould do such a thing unless if course one of the Little Brothers is a firmer solicitor. I am shocked and amazed that a prifessional solicitor would engage his services in this ruthless, Machiavellian a manner. That he will sit among those who have issues re: their local Church and allow themselves to be used by Pat, is very suspect. It’s treachery in every way. By all means listen to those who have invited you but Pat, simply speaking, you are carrying out a very vindictive pastoral agenda. Just amazing. That solicitor should identify himself or be reported to the Law Society or its equivalence in N. Ireland.

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I very seldom trsvel the country these days. I have no bouncer, only a fellow priest. The solicitor is baser in Munster, so hes not travelling. The affidavits are for victim statements. The solicitor is merely signing affidavits. A perfectly proper.

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Fr Brendan Corrigan’s newly refurbished church in Kilbeggan, Co Westmeath, which is in the diocese of Meath, is being blessed on Sunday by his lordship Most Rev Dr Thomas Deenihan. These services usually have local politicians and national representatives at them. Pat, would you be able to find out if the local TDs are going to be shunned at the altar and refused communion? At least they could be warned beforehand. Is there any way you can find out from your informants if the debacle in Multyfarnham has established precedence in the Diocese of Meath.

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7:53pm;
Don’t be concerned. Politicians are as thick skinned as a rhinos butt!
Bishop Tom will have to handle the matter.

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Bishop Patrick, you mention the word ‘illicit’. What an interesting usage of vocabulary in the world of Canon Law. As a Canon Lawyer, I was speaking to a very good friend of mine today who happens to be an acquaintance of yours. Just to put the word and concept in perspective, the coeliac host offered at Mass in most churches now is also regarded as illicit as opposed to authentic. That, I think puts a lot of things into perspective.

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It does indeed put things into perspective and represents an impoverished view of presence and grace. Christ is present in the Eucharist, but is not a prisoner of the form let alone of the rubrics. This is Pharisaism, so break free of toxic clericalism and find the Lord in your own life and in the lives of others, including the animals and all creation. Those who bang on about the culture of life tend to forget the wideness of God’s mercy, to quote an old hymn.

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