I INTERUPTED MY BLOG ABOUT MY TRIP TO KERRY AND CLOYNE TO PUBLISH A BLOG ABOUT FATHER GRAHAM COLBY RIP.
I now return to Part 11 of my Kerry/Cloyne trip.
My principle reason for going to Kerry was to celebrate a wedding for the Travelling Community.
That wedding took place on Friday, February 1st in the Parish of Tarbert.
One particular feature of this wedding – and indeed of most Traveller’s wedding is the exotic dress worn by the main participants.
THE SITUATIONS IN THE DIOCESES OF KERRY AND CLOYNE
It has been common knowledge among clergy and on this blog that most Irish dioceses now have an increasing number of priests not observing celibacy – some with women and most with men.
It appears that Armagh is particular rampant with gay priests on apps like Grindr and others involved with other priests and laymen.
Armagh has had Rory Coyle, Eugene McCamley etc – and there are others like the youngish priest who came on to the farmer’s son at WYD.
Down and Connor is bad too with gay priests active on the A1 motorway and hanging around toilets in the North West.
Meath has its fair share too – with truck stop priests and others at WYD.
My impression is that Kerry and Cloyne is as bad as any of them – with Cloyne being the very worst.
Cloyne produced the sex on the altar with a seminarian Lomansey.
It also has the older priest living in his presbytery the Eastern European youth.
I’m reliably informed that Cloyne has a whole nasty nest of actively gay priests of all ages and this nest consists of very nasty and aggressive men who are well known to the bishop, Crean, and to the rest of the priests.
The stories of these men will continue to emerge and become public.
Kerry has its King Puck and a number of others – but Kerry does not seem as bad as Cloyne.
And of course Ray Brown is as useless as tits on a bull – and increasingly he is becoming disliked by the priests over his domineering manner.
Of course there is a whole other story in Dublin where Diarmuid Coddle Martin is ignoring things – and in his own way contributing to them.
The Catholic hierarchy and clergy tortured the rest of us about sex for decades and centuries.
There are now falling apart themselves – and at the centre of their collapse is rampant homosexual sex.
Its fitting that the weapon they used on us is now the weapon that is destroying them.
I have made many more friends in Kerry and Cloyne on my recent trip and they promise to keep me abreast of ongoing and upcoming scandals.