KILLALOE – IS FINTAN MONAHAN A DICTATOR?

SOME PRIESTS ARE CLAIMING THAT FINTAN “LUGS” MONAHAN IS A BIT OF A DICTATOR IN KILLALOE?

They also say he compares very badly with their former beloved bishop, Willie Walsh.

THE DAVID DYSKY CASE

David Dysky was a Killaloe seminarian in Maynooth who was on the teceiving end of an injury under “strange” circumstances.

He is a member of the local Polish community.

Some people and priests feel that this incident was not well handled and that ot was all handled in great secrecy and lack of transparency?

I am told that the Polish Community are unhappy with how Monahan handled this situation. I am told that their displeasure was communicated to Monahan by the local Polish chaplain.

FATHER ANTHONY MC MAHON

Father McMahon, a priest of Killaloe, received Bishop Willie Walsh’s permission to be a British Army chaplain. That permission was extended by the next bishop Ciaran O’Reilly.

Fintan Monahan, according to reports wants to bring this chaplaincy to an end. Father McMahon has only one year left to do to qualify for his army pension. However, word is that Monahan is not allowing this last year and many are very upset.

FATHER FERGAL O NEILL

Father Fergal O’Neill is also a priest of Killaloe.

A parish property was in dire need of renovation of repair.

According to reports he was blocked by his parish council from doing the work.

The case went to Monahan and he told the priest to do what the committee told him.

Again a very upsetting situation.

The Killaloe priests need to come together and organise and let Monahan know that he presides with their permission.

113 thoughts on “KILLALOE – IS FINTAN MONAHAN A DICTATOR?

  1. Sounds all small, petty issues to be complaining of. But priests often have to endure these sort of crazy, bizarre, embarrassing moments with their bishop, finance council etc….It seems the Bishop is being accountable for financial resources, needs priests back in parishes and therefore has a right to make necessary decisions. These decisions don’t appear too drastic, in my mind.

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    1. Anonymous Angelicus 29th May 2019 — 10:06 am

      12:32am-
      A seminarian from killaloe diocese, who was allegedly on the receiving end of an injury under strange circumstances while studying in Maynooth, and it’s alleged handling in lack of openess, transparency
      and in secrecy, is to be considered a small petty issue!
      Is this ‘par for the course’ in Catholic seminaries or was this seminarian preparing for membership of the KKK.

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  2. Pat, since you have no offices to run, or a Diocese to manage; since you can freewheel all about the place, unaccountable to no one, how well you may say this isn’t looking good. You have no real pastoral or hierarchical duties, no commissions to attend, no parishes to administer, so your advice is unwanted, superfluous and intrusive. Look after your own cracked, splintered house.

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    1. Well said! I conpletely agree with you @12:37. Pat is in no position to give advice to any Bishop.

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      1. 10:35

        Er, haven’t you heard? No Roman Catholic bishop is in a position to TAKE advce from anyone, such is his monumental self-regard and over-arching arrogance.

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  3. A former Seminarian physically and sexually abused David Dysky, after the assault incident David resorted to self harm by cutting his arms. Mullaney did his best to conceal and cover up.

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    1. Self-harm can be confused with attention seeking.

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      1. Nice example of victim blaming there.

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    2. 1:47
      Before disclosing that a named person has or has not been sexually abused, it would be appropriate and the right thing i.e. the moral thing to do, to seek his permission to publicise the matter. Did you seek such permission? The newspapers will only publish the name of an alleged victim if (s)he waives anonymity.

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  4. Dear Pat,
    Once again you fail to name the elephant in the room. There is one seminarian who can be connected to every scandal in Maynooth including Grindr, bed bouncing and the Dysky case?

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    1. That old chestnut. Self-harm is better understood as attention ‘needing’ .

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  5. The only dictator I know is Buckley. You pontificate about everyone and everything. You find fault with practically all Catholic Priests. You have little self awareness about your own personal sinfulness and failings. You express your disdain and contempt for anyone with a contrary view; you abuse information given to you about others; you facilitate the worst excesses of vulgarity and abusive behaviour (Magna C) and all too frequently you allow the continuance of gossip, hearsay and innuendo about many individuals whom you despise. Pat, look up the meaning of the word ‘tyrant’ – it may surprise you that it aptly describes much of your behaviour. Strange how we use words about others so freely, never thinking they may also define our own mindset and attitudes!!

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    1. I am sure Miss Monahan has the means to put readers’ minds at rest.

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    2. Mommie Dearest! That bad man at 6:02 called me excessively vulgar and abusive…and you know I never do anything to excess.😇

      You taught me dearest, ever since I suckled at your breast, that ‘nothing succeeds like inexcess, Magna darling’…just before you pulled away, from my puckered and quivering lips, that source of ambrosian nourishment.

      But these privations never left me feeling deprived: they made me the man I am today. 😆

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      1. 12.02… “…made me the man I am today”!!! Really Magna – the nasty bitch you’ve become…a mean, nasty old bitch!! Your poor mother!!

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    3. Mommie Dearest!😯
      Where are you?😕
      It’s that horrid man again, at 2:33. 😈
      Stranger-danger!👤

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  6. If the Institutional catholic church are so so apologetic for child sexual abuse and it’s cover up by bishops, and the abuse of vulnerable adults, let there be openness, honesty and transparency, and let them publish all known ‘credible’ allegations made against clerics in all dioceses and in diocesan files. Then we might consider their apologies to be sincere. Dictatorships in catholicism is nothing new.

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  7. I think you sent a letter to Amy d’Armagh about this strange goings-on, Bp Pat, and I have every confidence the matter has been dealt with by her grace, e.g., a resettlement grant and confidentiality agreement.

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    1. I imagine you are very correct about that.

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      1. David Dysky and Sean Hickey were both sexually and physically abused by the exact same former Armagh Seminarian.

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      2. 1:40
        You have named two alleged potential victims. Did you receive their permission to do so?

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  8. Fly on Th Wall 29th May 2019 — 8:14 am

    Sure maybe he is and maybe he isn’t a little hitler hi. Running a Diocese or a Parish as a wan man show is dangerous. Giving the Parish Council the reins is far from perfect but a step in the right direction. How many of these councils is winda dressing. There is no perfect system of leadership Look at this brexit thing hi. Talking about Church hi and not wan mention of the Holy Spirit hi. Wake up and smell the holy wather but

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    1. Mornin fly hi.
      Begorra fly there’s bin wan too many Hitler’s and Pol Pots in the kooky kollard klub.
      Dictators don’t do democracy and the rcc is a monarchy so. The parish committee
      won’t be let get up too much. The Holy Spirit is kept in theory books and not let loose.
      There’s needs to be a mighty call out on the Spirit or they’re bunched.
      Bye bye hi fly.

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  9. It is outrageous that young men have gone into Catholic seminaries
    to be abused, traumatized and to have had their lives ruined.

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  10. Ah but her grace has lots of secrets, his relationship with a convicted child sex offender, to mention just one, so he needs to get down of his high horse and look after his priests.

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    1. Anonymous Angelicus 29th May 2019 — 10:39 am

      10:24
      The Catholic Church is overwhelmed with toxic secrets.
      The toxic culture of secrecy within the clerical fraternity is integral to the ‘crisis’.

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  11. Dear Bishop Buckley,
    Mind your own feckin business and feck away off with yourself, you big feckin eejit.
    Yours sincerely,
    Killaloe priest

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    1. 10.24: You may as well talk to the ram in the field! Buckley has nothing useful or worthwhile to do, pastorally or managerially, so he sticks his big ram nose into everyone’s business but his own. He has appointed himself to be a ‘god’ of some kind and takes upon himself to slay mercilessly all whom he despises. For all his bravura over the years, his Larne shed is still the same….small and insignificant.

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      1. If I am so insignificant why are getting all worked uo?

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    2. Father, can you tell me about Jesus? I should so like to know.
      And I’ve heard that no one is more familiar with him than Catholic priests, like you.😊

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      1. Jesus might as well be just a statue on the dashboard of the car. 😜
        If you go down to the meadow in Lourdes, you better not go alone.
        If you go down to the meadow in Lourdes, don’t go there on your own.
        For its the place to frolic at night, when the moon is shining so bright,
        For lo and behold, there’s stories of old ’bout the meadoow…👿

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  12. The poster at 10:24 am sounds very like Fr. Dougal McGuire of Craggy island fame.
    Is the real genuine Fr. Dougal a priest in the Killaloe diocese? 😆

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    1. Many Fr Dougals in Killaloe 😂

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  13. Will the poster making comments on bishops, lovers, weddings and paedophiles please give more information like names and dates.

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  14. If David Dysky was attacked/violated in any way, it’s a matter surely for him to report to the Garda? Does the poor lad want his life discussed on this blog by Buckley and co?
    He’s only a young fella but he’s over 18 and he has to be the one in charge of the process of dealing with it (that’s if it even happened!)
    If he is a victim of assault and sexual assault, as an adult, his space should be respected. You can’t force adult victims against their will to report.
    However, if there were witnesses to the alleged crime, or if David was discovered emotionally distraught and/or physically injured, then those witnesses surely are obliged to go to the authorities?
    We have no way of knowing if this incident happened in the way it is being alleged. Nevertheless, if David, his family, the Polish community have concerns, they can make them known and Fintan Monaghan can’t stop them.
    The fact that this whole business is being aired by third parties on Buckley’s blog – and not being driven by David and his family – would maybe suggest there is mischief makers at work?

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    1. Calm yourself. We love reading all about church scandal.

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  15. @ 12:43 pm
    It is a gross exaggeration to claim this ‘poor lad’ is having his life discussed on this blog.
    How many other seminarians have been abused, assaulted, harassed and traumatized in Catholic seminaries?
    We are discovering what went on in American seminaries in relation to the former, Cardinal Ted, et al. Are we to suppose nothing like that went on, or is going on, in seminaries in the British Isles? Do seminary authorities and the local ordinary not have a duty of care to seminarians? Who funds the seminary? Who funds the seminarians education? Who funds the diocese? Who funds what is rapidly becoming a farcical ‘faith’ with a multitude of farcical hypocritical clergy and hierarchs? Who keeps, what is rapidly becoming a farcial circus, running financially? We do. The laity. And our parents did. And our grandparents. And generations before them.
    And we are entitled to question what’s going on in the Church, which is as much our Church as the clerics, particularly in the context of moral corruption, criminality and world wide cover up amongst the clergy and hierarchy. Bishop Buckley, keep up the good work.

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    1. The crimes at Oscott were only last year completely denied by the rector and the Archbishop of Birmingham.Who would let their son go to that place ? It’s far worse than Maynooth

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      1. Really? Do tell us more about Oscott. Are you referring to the kerfuffle over Father Marsden investigating incidences of self-abuse?

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      2. How sad.
        What are those people
        and those places about?

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    2. 9:13
      Incidences of self-abuse? Should be ‘incidents…’.

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      1. Actually no, Magna, as I was referring to the high frequency and regular occurrence within the sacred precincts rather than to isolated wanks. I should say the whole lot of them were wankers, wouldn’t you agree?

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    3. Oscott has been infected by the influx of the now defunct Ushaw College. Abuse and mis-management was rife. Hence it’s closure as a seminary. Look at it’s website now and see how it’s flourishing.

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  16. Those priests have left ministry with no support from their Bishop.

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    1. 3:02pm
      What priests are you referring to?

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      1. Fr Fergal O Neill and Fr Anthony McMahon are both gone from the Killaloe Diosese. Nothing funny going on here…….

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    2. 11:25
      You are wrong.
      The poster has chosen to use an abstract noun, incidence, in the plural. This is a perfectly legitimate and appropriate syntactical option. An example of this usage would be “Occurrences of obtuseness from M. Carta are very frequent.”
      Bluster and arrogance!

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      1. I was indeed wrong, but not for the strange reason you pompously stated.
        The correct choice of word in this case (‘incidents’ or ‘incidences’) had nothing whatever to do with an abstract noun, but with whether the poster was referring to individual acts of such abuse, or to the rate of it. As it turned out, he was referring to the rate of such, which I couldn’t have known beforehand.

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      2. M. Carta a 4:09
        The issue had indeed everything to do with an abstract noun. The poster used it. You, in your ignorant arrogance thought to correct him/her by saying it ‘should’ be replaced by a common noun. Incidence is an abstract noun; incidences a common noun. The poster’s own explanation rightly corrects your impertinence with a semantic analysis. I did the same using a grammatical and syntactical one. In other words, (s)he provided the (best) practice, I the theory.
        Bluff and bluster indeed. Those who claim you were ordained are wrong. You wouldn’t get beyond First Arts in Maynooth.

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    3. 9:06
      (Sigh) I shall give this one more try.
      If the poster had been referring to acts of self-abuse rather than the rate of such, then the correct phrase would indeed have been ‘incidents of self-abuse’, not ‘incidences of self-abuse’. One cannot ‘choose’ which word to use here; don’t make an absolute fool of yourself. This is determined by a protocol, that is, ‘ by what is being said’, not by some notional impulse as choice.
      By the way, the matter is not governed by the rules of grammar or syntax, but by the logic of what the poster was expressing.
      Your referring to grammar and syntax here when clearly you don’t know what these terms mean and when to apply them suggests that you need remedial instruction in basic English. There is no shame in that.
      I wish you speedy progress.👍

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      1. Someone commented about your posts at 10:23 on a few occasions that they contained a diarrhoea of words. They do. Dysentery would actually be more accurate. And a constipation of sense. In short, a waste of space here and an irritant to good sense.

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    4. 11:41
      As you are the very first to comment (inanely) on my post at 10:23, your remark, ‘someone commented about your posts at 10:23 on a few occasions…’ is not only senseless, but utterly stupid.
      Thought you should know.😆

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  17. 4:40pm
    How would you know? 😝

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    1. 10:24pm
      Are both gone;…What do you mean by, both gone?

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      1. Left the priesthood, Monaghan is obviously doing a great job

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  18. Stateside I’d say

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    1. 11:14 pm. Sad. I wish both of them well.

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  19. Armagh mention reminds me to ask : Where is Rory? We need to launch a find Rory campaign !!!!

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    1. Another missing in action?

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      1. There are a lot of priests missing in action – all of them fine strapping young men! We should start a missing list, kicking off with Rory Coyle ℅ Amy d’Armagh, and Daniel Seward of the Oxford Oratory – check Farnborough Abbey and Elsie’s caravan. Those two are just for starters.

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    2. Is he still a priest ? Or has he been laicised ? Any update PAt on his state ??????

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      1. Is missing in action among fine strapping young men in the priesthood due to burn out or an occupational hazard or clerical sickness? Are those missing in action ever found or heard from again? Are they among the disappeared and do the necessary police authorities need to be informed? I’m looking for a fine strapping young man.

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    3. 4:40

      No luck yet, Rory.😅

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      1. Scoop McClean Ace Reporter. 29th May 2019 — 3:53 pm

        4:18pm

        I’m on the case! 😜

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    4. Try Grindr.

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      1. 4.35: Mags, any luck in the site? You need to have physical beauty!!

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  20. Magna Carta's Mum 29th May 2019 — 6:11 pm

    Magna darling, you know full well you were bottle fed.
    But I have another revelation! Our Lady appeared in the airing cupboard this morning and said, ‘There aren’t half some forward little madams gunning for Bishop Buckley today’.
    Join me in a prayer to St Maria Goretti for his protection, darling.

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    1. And I’m still being bottle-fed, aren’t I dearest? In fact, you could say that I’ve quite taken to the bottle. 😩 And many men here, good and true, can confirm it.😐
      Yes, dearest; we shall together invoke the intercession of that courageous little saint, cos she had more balls than most men (including papal saints and would-be papal saints).😆

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      1. 7.06: Magdalena Carta, don’t insult the good St. Maria Goretti.🍄🍄 She could teach you a few things about Christian living, sobriety and decency. You ain’t on the same page as her and never will be.🎃🎃 You’re too self obsessed to have humility! 😍😍😍😍😋😋

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      2. Magsy Carta we know ye and the black northern queen bitches ye handbag around with 😂

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    2. Priceless, Magna’s Mum! You are a scream. A pity our seminarians didn’t take a leaf out of St Maria Goretti’s book. Some of them, I suspect, just allowed themselves to be interfered with – with little or no resistance.

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      1. 7:11pm.; Interfered with! By whom? Who interfers with seminary students?

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      2. 8:03 hasn’t been following…

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    3. 6:51
      It’s a pupeet!😕
      Jeez! I’ve lost you, haven’t I?😢

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      1. 8:29 pm
        I’m following alright but I’m wondering if it’s only seminary students involved or
        seminary students and priests or seminary faculty. If priests are involved, in what context or setting?

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  21. Inspector Taggart 29th May 2019 — 7:10 pm

    I am monitoring this blog for evidence about Scotland. Keep the info coming. My report is 80% complete and includes info about gay sex in Lourdes in a certain lavatory and in the hours of darkness in a field, plus in the gay saunas nearby. Westminster clergy and Irish Seminarians will be named as well as Priests who are under 4 different Scottish Bishops. The camera never lies.

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    1. The camera never lies, Inspector, indeed. But YOU do. You’re a total fantasist. Palm and the five sisters, one would wager, are your closest collaborators. With a wee dab of hand lotion and some tissues. You tosser 🤣

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      1. Inspector Taggart 29th May 2019 — 9:59 pm

        This post is highly offensive. I am not a tosser. I find it difficult to turn the other cheek but I refuse to sink to your level. God bless you.

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    2. I’m salivating with anticipation.😥
      Wait! No; really I am! Look at my chin. It’s glistening with…😩

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      1. 8.50: Maggie – Glistening with s***e!! You clobberhead!!

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      2. Inspector Taggart 29th May 2019 — 10:01 pm

        God bless you

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    3. Och aye the noo tis Hamish Mac Taggart o’ Lossiemouth Secret Sleuthing Society och aye!
      Awreet wee hen? Thons a bonnie wee lassie says I til Angus MacDummock. Will ye hae a wee dram afore ye go?
      Och aye sure wee bonnie Prince Charlie is noo awa. Will ye no come back again ae hae a wee dram or two?
      Big willies up yonder wee Croft in Looords. Fie upon them! Fie upon them!
      A dinee ken and a cannee och aye.
      Time noo to get in the wee bairns oot o’ the cairn for ther tae. Well all tack high road and ye tack the low road.
      Areet wee hen will ye hae a wee dram wi yer tatties and neeps? Mind yer heed pal.
      🤣😂😂

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      1. @ 9:17-
        Does anyone have the gift of interpretation of tongues! 😜

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      2. Inspector Taggart 29th May 2019 — 9:58 pm

        I am reporting you to the Police for your racism towards Scots

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      3. JC, I’m suffering urinal incontinence here! Hah, Hah , Hah😅😅😅

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      4. Jeez Christos! HAH, HAH, HAH !😅

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    4. Doubting Thomas 29th May 2019 — 10:06 pm

      Inspector Taggert, you’re right, the camera never lies.
      If you have photographic evidence from Lourdes, I’ll become a true believer.

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      1. Inspector Hamish MacTaggart at 9:58pm: ya hae me shiverin in mae boots wee hen! Och sure am an auld Scottie ma sell wee pal from a wee croft on the bonnie bonnie banks o’ Loch Lomond. Call in fer a wee dram anytime yer passin hen.

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    5. Does your report include Westminister students? One at the very centre of all this!

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  22. Not Hugh Connolly. 29th May 2019 — 8:46 pm

    My time in Maynooth coincided with the one year Fergal was there… there is no amount of renovation that would keep that man satisfied. All he wants is his comforts. Those who blocked him may well be in the right.

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    1. Fergal O’Neill was a good man who was opinionated and upfront and honest. Tom Hogan and his lay lackies, bullied him out. The female lay volunteers rule Ennis parish. The bullied Martin Blake out the same way.

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  23. Happy Feast of the Ascension of the Lord to all!

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    1. Who’s he?😕

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  24. Inspector Taggart 29th May 2019 — 9:54 pm

    I will post evidence soon that will prove everything. Thanks to everyone for even more useful info. My dossier is nearly complete. For those doubting Thomas’s amongst you – you will be gobsmacked when you see what I have for you. Like Bishop Pat, I will expose all soon.

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    1. Aye reet pal! Wah canee wait! 😂😂😂

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    2. Well we await your report and hope you have contacted the four dioceses because if you have the facts they will all be suspended immediately as that is what the Bishops conference decided.
      So at least four parishes is going to be minus a priest and Motherwell Dioceses is the only Diocese with curates.
      This could have a big change in Scotland if this is true.

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  25. Sad that all Pastoral Councils are led by dictatorship, control freak Priests with hand picked leaders put on pedestals to facilitate there own needs.
    Still a case of Monster’s living in the past with the true family of God censored to the future!
    The Church is in ruin and still led by the ‘dinosaur priests’ that took it to this sad lonely place.

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  26. When I read “Magna’s Mummy”, the mental picture forms of Malcolm Arnold (in drag) as the headmistress in The Belles of St Trinians.
    When I read “Magna Carta” the mental picture forms of the scathingly sarcastic and hysterical, effeminate, Dr Smith in the old series Lost in Space (remember how he used to call the poor robot “you ninny”?)
    Funny thing the mind, isn’t it? 😁

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    1. 10:01
      Lost in Space?
      Dr Smith?
      1960s?
      Earlier?
      JC! Biblical genealogies were accurate, after all.
      You’re as old as Old Abe!😲

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      1. Almost the same age as you then, Magsy Wagsy 😉

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  27. I used to love Lost in Space and especially Dr Smith and his bitchy asides with that hunky second officer. Actually the actor who played him, unlike the vast majority of clergy, wasn’t a queen. But who the hell was Malcolm Arnold? I take it you don’t mean the late composer? The Headmistress was played by Alistair Sim. Just a little digression from the main business in hand. Thinking of Rory and Daniel, what does happen to priests missing in action like Rory and darling Daniel? Are they still housed and paid? There was scandal in Brum a few years ago when a vile character, James Robinson, was tracked down to a caravan park ( suspicious? ) where he had been drawing a monthly salary from the Archdiocese for over twenty years, having been advised to do a runner. I am not suggesting either Rory or Daniel has done anything criminal. Could it be that they are just … what? Gay? Me, dear? No, dear! Just because man lives only with other men and wears a bit of lace … how very dare you!

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    1. Sorry. Yes – Alistair Sim! 😂

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  28. So, simple wee question: why haven’t David Dysky and Sean Hickey gone to the Garda?

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    1. How do you know if they did or didn’t go to the Gardai?

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  29. Who finances priests who go missing in action? Their diocese?

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    1. Sadly the Priests can still claim from the diocese that they were ordained for even when they go missing.
      Normally when they go missing or disciplined it starts of Canon Law and it costs the dioceses a fortune as they need to pay the tribunal then it goes to Rome if the priests continues to appeal.
      Some are not happy to walk away they like the payments and the private accommodation paid for out of the dioceses by the laity.
      Always remember the Church has NO money it is the laity who fund the Church.

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      1. Thanks for that, Stephen.

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      2. Dear Stephen,
        In this post and earlier you show you can’t write simple English sentences. You’d be far better employed taking some courses in basic literacy than commenting here. Don’t expect to be taken seriously.

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  30. “… IS FINTAN MONAHAN A DICTATOR?
    He sounds more like a frustrated old spinster, Bp Pat.

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  31. Rory is still saying mass in the UK

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    1. Oh really? Do we know where?Have his faculties been approved? (Oh please! )

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  32. MournemanMichael 30th May 2019 — 2:15 pm

    Anon @12:11. Stephen’s response to a question imparted information quite helpfully: more than can be said for certain other uninformative caustic ones.
    Thank you Stephen.
    MMM

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    1. MMM Thanks for your kind reply.
      I do not rise to the bait of Anon as he / she constantly does it likely someone with nothing else to do.
      As for English sadly I have a degree and had to do serious essay’s.
      Sometime I maybe close to the bone as it is someone who gets upset and maybe on sabbatical themselves.
      Thanks

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