NEW SEMINARY TO REPLACE MAYNOOTH.

Greg Daly October 24, 2019 The Irish Catholic

Shake-up may see students leave historic home

Radical plans that would see Maynooth seminary leaving the college’s neogothic buildings in favour of a new purpose-built home on the same campus are being considered by the hierarchy, Primate of All-Ireland Archbishop Eamon Martin has told The Irish Catholic.

The proposal is part of a radical shake-up that would seek to empower Ireland’s laity and see the future of seminary formation transformed to help future priests be better trained for life in contemporary Ireland.

It comes amidst questions about Maynooth’s fitness for the task of forming men for the priesthood with Archbishop of Dublin Diarmuid Martin recently questioning the college’s suitability as a Catholic university given that it currently has effectively only one fully active faculty.

However, Archbishop Eamon – Chancellor of the Pontifical University at Maynooth – insisted that there are ambitious plans to ensure that Maynooth continues to play a valuable role in the life of the Church in Ireland.

“Over the last two years anyway, we have been reflecting and discerning really about the future of seminary formation for Ireland, and also more widely than that about the future of first-class provision of philosophical, theological and pastoral formation for the whole Irish Church,” Archbishop Eamon said.

Future

Noting how in Maynooth there are three institutions “cheek by jowl” – the pontifical university, the secular university, and the seminary – Archbishop Eamon pointed out that the seminary is currently quite small, and that “for the future the trustees are aware that we need to be planning for something smaller from the point of view of seminary education”.

“In our recent reflection we also believed that we need to be looking at the possibility of perhaps even a new building in Maynooth, which would be more in tune with the demands for the future,” he says. “In terms of seminary education we’re talking about a smaller number of Irish seminarians”.

He also said that Rome “is calling on us to provide a centre for the ongoing formation of clergy. In other words could we have a place to bring our clergy to give them a year sabbatical, to avail of top-class philosophical theological and pastoral formation”.

Maintaining that Maynooth is a going concern because of its location, its built heritage, and potential property development with Maynooth University, Archbishop Eamon told The Irish Catholic that significant discussions are ongoing around this.

Discussions

“We’re currently in very high-level discussions with Maynooth University about the possibilities that we have to exploit the resources we have there in order to generate sufficient income to be able to do the exciting plans that I’ve been speaking to you about,” he said, adding that he is not sure that the future of the seminary lies in the existing buildings.

“I’m not so certain whether the current old buildings in Maynooth are what we’re dreaming of in terms of the future housing of, say, seminary formation, but they’re part of our tradition and we are very blessed that Maynooth University is our anchor tenant for a lot of the older buildings that we’re no longer using,” he said.

The challenge, according to Archbishop Eamon, is how Ireland can maintain a first-class centre for theological, philosophical and pastoral formation.

“Because if you look at what Pope Francis was saying and his dream of a missionary impulse to transform the Church at this time in the West, and to channel everything for evangelisation, then what we need to be doing in the Church in Ireland is looking to have a very top class internationally-renowned centre of theological, philosophical and pastoral education,” he said.

Tension

There has been tension for some time at the level of the hierarchy around Maynooth. It came to the fore in 2016 when the Dublin diocese announced it would no longer send seminarians to the college. At the time, Archbishop Diarmuid Martin complained of “strange goings-on” at the seminary.

PAT SAYS

This statement / movement is not a genuine attempt to build something for the future.

It is the Irish bishops response to the Gay Maynooth Sumner of 2016.

It’s just they leave it three years in case anyone thinks they are responding to pressure!!

They know that Maynooth and all modern RCC seminaries are now live in gay saunas.

So they want to build a new sauna for the future generations of Gorgeouses, King Pucks, Horny Andy’s etc.

I wonder if the new communal showers will have machines containing condoms and poppers?

However, I imagine it will be a Mullaney and Collins free zone.

This whole new expensive building will be paid for by the, wait for it, baaaaaaahs!

89 thoughts on “NEW SEMINARY TO REPLACE MAYNOOTH.

  1. God bless Michael Collins, so much sexual frustration. I wonder is your one from Scariff continuing to ride him during his few hrs home on a Sunday. Fintaon and Iggy knows full well what Mick is like especially wild with a few drinks. Collins will either be placed on extended Sabbatical or follow in the steps of Donal O’Neill and leave.

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    1. The truth will set Michael Collins free even if the truth is revolting
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      1. Iggy has no time for the mad Collins. Collins has sided with Mullaney and his network. Truly shocking.

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  2. A new Allen Hall too. Elsie is selling it.

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    1. Alice Hall with Pat McHugh. Pat likes to beat his Alice’s while they r naked in sacristy.

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      1. Lol don’t mention Pat McHugh and the Salamamca incidents. Worse than Ledwith and McCarrick put together.

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  3. Pat this is a off record psychological report on Michael Collins. Extreme Dyslexia, socially awkward, no ethical behaviour , no table manners, passive aggressive behaviour patterns, suppressed sexuality, deep anger issues, no initiative, basically a walking Idiot for Michael Mullaney. Surlis is a gentleman with manners and normal behavior. Maybe the next posting for Mick Collins will be Hospital Chaplain or extended admission into St Luke’s.

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  4. Well this baa won’t be paying a red cent to their new pet building project in Gayenooth.The problem is not the building. The problem is the culture, the personnel, the process of educating, human development and spiritual development, or lack of, selecting suitably mature candidates, and mature experienced wise priests in faculty. etc.
    Maybe faculty will need to do a mandatory check of social media to determine if any candidates had bits and bobs out and about on social media apps!

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  5. I’m hearing managed decline here.

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    1. I’m hearing whining old bitches with nothing better to do! Grow up the lot of ya!

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    2. Good money after bad. Millions from church collections have been spent on Maynooth, to no avail now in terms of its chief and historic purpose of forming priests. Plus the religious orders built brand new buildings there (SMA, Kiltegan, Columban, Mercy, Presentation) all of which subsequently closed and were sold off to Maynooth University.

      In Paris there was a similar waste of money with the Irish College there and in Rome millions have been spent on the Irish College, which has a handful of Irish students.

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      1. The Irish College in Paris serves as a centre for the Irish community and friends in Paris more than a seminary.

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      2. The Irish College, Paris was founded as a seminary and that was its purpose until recently, not as a community centre for Irish immigrants in Paris.

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      3. The Irish College Paris was a Polish secondary school since the war, and has not been an Irish major seminary since 1939.
        That’s 80 years ago!

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  6. 11;33. That’s exactly what you are hearing. Managed decline. They are attempting to put a gloss on it. Or as my oul da would say they are trying to polish a turd.
    Maynooth is toxic. The bishops know it’s toxic. Dermot did something about it and Amy et al are all Johnny come latelys now trying to manage an increasingly troublesome sore on the arse of the RCC in Ireland.
    They are trying to present its “ rearrangement’” as something that has been given deep and lengthy consideration. Lol
    I’m sure they will be loath to admit it but this blog will have helped them to focus their thinking.

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  7. The auld dolls in the St Joseph’s Young Priests Society will soon gather the money up for the Maynooth new build. Despite what people think, the SJYPS will still raise thousands for the cause and continue to see no wrong in the Seminarians they cough up money to support.

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  8. Fr Mullaneys contract is up next year? will it be renewed?

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  9. Mick “the extractor” Collins – a seriously dysfunctional man.
    Fanny Mullaney – need any more be said about this excuse for a formator of clergy?
    Paul the Pryor and his deviant and prurient interests?
    Why is Gaynooth not closed already?

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    1. Can Mick Collins even count up to 3, lol.

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  10. Fly On Th Wall 23rd Nov 2019 — 7:34 am

    Tis about people not just a building hi. The church is like a butterfly in a bottle. Will it die or will it break the glass trying to get out. Either way tis a mess but

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  11. Correction : www. Gayenooth bits and bobs.ORG. ( International phenomenon)😉

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  12. So much for DM’s new vision for priestly formation!! Just more of the same. More dysfunction, poor formation and denial of the reality that is staring them in the face. No one left with any balls or imagination to change the status quo and rethink the whole process.

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  13. This business of tinkering with buildings is not the answer to the future of the priesthood. The real issues have to do with the current foundations on which priesthood is currently predicated, which have been found wanting and damaging. Priesthood will not a be positive or holy state of life until it moves away from clericalism, exceptionalism, elevated ontological notions of itself, built upon a male celibate model which in frustration has developed a way of living and looking at the world through the prism of the loins and judging everything by sex and sexuality. Until the priesthood is modelled on a wide acceptance of differing genders, states of life, married and unmarried, and different sexualities, and sees itself as first and foremost as a form of humble service, it is doomed. They will not even be needing a much reduced seminary building unless they undertake radical rethinking, restructuring of the priesthood, and a new theology of priesthood along the lines I have suggested. Retrenching in to an all male, frustrated, dysfunctional model of priesthood and believing it to be a purer Stormtrooper select group of priests, is not the answer.

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    1. You again, the disgruntled old nun. 💤💤💤

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    2. Well said!

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    3. 9.33: Tell us what page you transcribed that from in Mary the Grunt McAleese’s compendium of things and people to hate and despise??

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    4. 9-33

      Well said. Couldn’t agree more.
      If the hierarchy in Ireland were living in the corporate world and required to
      perform staff building tasks, ongoing training, managing change or problem
      solving they wouldn’t last five minutes.
      Best leave them with the shit heap they have control over.

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  14. “Retrenching in to an all male, frustrated, dysfunctional model of priesthood ….” is probably the way it will go, because we are woefully lacking in creative, imaginative and intelligent leadership in the bishops of our Church, who generally are more interested in looking after their own status and way of life and are too scared to stand up and think anew and afresh. But, I suppose we should recognise that we are not going to get fresh leadership from a group of men who have been educated and brought up on a self-perpetuating model of priesthood. They are incapable of thinking outside the box in which they are held captive. So, I don’t hold out much hope, to be honest. Things probably do need to come crashing down in some crisis, perhaps even worse than the abuse crisis, in order for a new Church to arise. I can well understand how the reformers of the 16th century felt. I feel the same about the Roman Catholic Church. It needs radical reforming.

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    1. Join one of the “Reformed” chuches, I dare ya!
      No, you’d rather stay and be a vinegar-faced moaner.
      The future’s bright, the future’s traddy!

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      1. The Traddies will be around for a bit, until they see the light, and realise that the whole culture of priesthood that they have signed up for does not bring them happiness or fulfilment, and instead is a recipe for disaster and dysfunction. How many of them will still be swanning around in birettas with pompoms on and soutanes and lace albs in ten years time ? Not many. The future is not traddy, and it most certainly is not bright.

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  15. How many are training there now?
    What dioceses are represented?

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    1. There are 32 seminarians resident in Maynooth, in a place which once housed 600 (plus there were other Irish diocesan seminaries still open then).
      Meanwhile, the FSSP has 101 new entrants (first years).

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      1. 5.49: 101 – fantastic but the number is equal to the number of countries they come from. It’s very impressive but have you watched any videos of FSSP? Fascinating but is this what you suggest we should aspire to?

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  16. Would deacon Byrne be a goood formstor there?

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    1. The jealous are troublesome to others, but a torment to themselves. Jealousy is a disease. Get well soon 🙂

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      1. Hi Michael,
        Yes we know your troubles were caused by everyone being jealous of your looks and buckley fancying you.

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      2. Heya girls how are ye

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      3. It must be torture that you have to wake up every day thinking of me. I am living in your head 😆…
        hello 👋

        – Gorgeous

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    2. Mullaney groomed Byrne to be what he is today.

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  17. Pat can you give us a recap on the key people of 2016 who were there. I remember the jock exposure

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    1. 10:40 – sad individual. Move on!

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  18. Amy needs to wake up to reality. A new seminary degenerate they have hundreds if not thousands of buildings available. What about bishop blings pad? Would that not be suitable? However, buildings are not the issue. It’s about what goes on inside them. Wise up Amy. The church is rotten to the core. No new building is going to change nor gloss it up. It’s about ditching clericalism, stomping out abuse, secrecy, mafioso tactics and getting back to the teachings of Jesus Christ. Amy are you that far gone that you have lost sight of this? Seriously Amy, grow up

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  19. Its been a while since we heard anything from the +Turtle, not since her interminable speech at McGill Summer School.

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  20. 12.24 this is my church ⛪️ I can’t move on as I have decided to follow its creator

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    1. Jesus did not create the RCC. It is a man made creation.

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      1. Come on now Pat you know what I mean. The rcc is the one true church all others are splinters. It’s the rcc that will lead others through the gate

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      2. I agree. But what gate?

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      3. 1.33: Pat, your version of The Oratory as an alternative is also man made. You made it up: more makey up fakery….

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      4. The Oratory is an alternative place of catholic community and worship.

        We are not a proslytsing community – but an open door for anyone who knocks.

        We try and provide Catholic worship and spirituality without the imposition of man made dogmas.

        We are currently conducting a re evaluation of our raison d’etre as a basic christian community.

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      5. Joseph Lollard 23rd Nov 2019 — 8:42 pm

        Quite right, Pat.
        Nearly all of what is distinctive to Roman Catholicism only dates from the Council of Trent.
        Here’s an Anglican cleric explaining it.

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  21. 1.49:…. What gate…..the gate to Larne Oratory …. imagine. Will it ever happen?

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  22. pat would it be possible for you to do a blog on seminary life, seminary training in 2019. For years I have heard snippets of crises and crises at each seminary. This could be your legacy. The impetus for the change, the blog that lit the firework that changed the way men are trained. I’m sure you would like to see a change? Your blog is read in every seminary and diocese. I’m sure Archbishop Wong who has oversight of seminary life would also be interested. Pat from what I can see, your the man that allows the truth come out. The church needs to air what’s happening, it might not be good reading but then we can build a new model. What do you think Pat? What do others think?

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    1. I think you need to get a life mate.

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    2. 2.12: Are you serious? You are so delusional. This blog only offers a forum for nasty, vicious comments. While Pat lives his own defined, chosen way of life, his style, vision and teachings are solely manufactured from day to day. There is no solidity to any teachings but only what is convenient for a particular agenda. Saying that, Pat has generated much debate and discussion around necessary change and reform. Sadly, his blog is hijacked by gossipers, haters and bigots.

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      1. I have solidarity to the basic teachings of Christianity like the Godhead, the Trinity, the physical Resurrection, the Scriptures, the 7 Sacraments etc.

        I have no time to the RC makey up world of papalism, canon law, hierarchy, clericalism etc.

        Preserve the essentials. Burn the accidentals.

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      2. Downpatrick Donal 23rd Nov 2019 — 5:37 pm

        Yes but the gossipers, haters and bigots have a place as well.
        They are probably articulating deep rooted feelings of hurt or perhaps an inability to process some emotion or negative feeling they have. Or maybe they just want to make mischief!
        People will often beef up their comments and remarks when they perceive that normal attempts to be heard or to voice their concerns are stymied or ignored.
        Such has been the track record of the RCC in its treatment of justifiable dissenting voices.
        Shout down those who claim to have been abused. Marginalise the homosexual. Call them ‘intrinsically disordered.’
        Scoff at those living in same sex relationships and decry unmarried couples as being in ‘irregular unions’ Doesn’t matter a jot how loving and fulfilling those relationships are!
        Cover up and put assets beyond reach in case compensation needs to be paid.
        And then when you are called out for the rotten, putrid hypocrites that you are you can skulk off, put on nice vestments and get your sheep to cite the likes of this blog and other critical forums which attempt to shine a light in the dark corners as being the home of the gossiper ,the hater and the bigot.
        Well holy Roman chaps. What goes round comes round. You reap what you sew.

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  23. Pat what is the deal with the nuns giving away st Vincent’s in today’s papers. Are they just giving it away for free or are they being paid for the site?

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  24. Pat… Who’s the ‘we’ that you refer to?
    The Oratory is no alternative to anything, in fact its dead on its knees!
    You have offered nothing but bitterness and resentment with Christian teaching way down the packing order.
    Learn to forgive and move on as a rejection cause that’s really what you are, sadly.
    The big consolation is God loves’ rejects, I have witnessed that in my personal life.

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    1. The Oratory celebrates its smallness as a grace and a gift. The future of authentic Christianity is SMALL basic Christian communities.

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      1. Go make disciples of ALL nations! (Matt.28)

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    2. 4.30

      Clearly a licence or redaction, since only God can make disciples. (That Matthew one. 😕)

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      1. At 4.30
        Your assumption appears to be that if Matthew 28.19 is redacted, its status as integral to the Gospel is diminished. At very many locations in Matthew, the text is the result of his redaction of Mark. Redaction of earlier texts is a form of organic development of biblical books. It’s the final form of the Gospel, which includes Matthew 28.19 which informs literary approaches to the Gospel, especially narrative criticism. Your assumption is an example of the misapplication of historical criticism.

        To posit that Matthew 28.19 is a later redaction is to miss the inclusio formed by 1:23 and 28:19-20.

        There is an alternative interpretation: your unsubstantiated claim that only God can make disciples goes against the biblical evidence.

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    3. 9.57
      I presume your post was directed at mine (at 10.07, not at 4.30).
      If you haven’t the ability to get right such a minor detail as the time of my post, then I doubt whether anything else in your comment is reliable. And assuredly, it isn’t. 😆

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  25. I think God has a purpose for the Catholic church – to be the place which will contain as many criminal, dysfunctional, ineffectual and just plain inadequate people as possible. Then the rest of us can get on with living a good quality life not bothered by the numbskulls busy inside the institution making out it’s the only way.
    Didn’t the liberation theologians make a distinction between base Christian and ecclesial communities?

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  26. Can anyone tell me the name please of scotland’s Father Gobbler?

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    1. Which one? There are fekin hundreds of them.

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      1. They love “it”, they love it so much.

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    2. Just ask any FSSPX, they’ll tell you.

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  27. 3.49: Pat, you also seem to have no time for anyine else’s point of view when it doesn’t resonate with yours. You are a most intolerant person. You only accept what equates with your own free spirited, blow with the wind decisions, all designed for much convenience. If you truly desire to effect and build ‘small Christian communities of love’, get on with that noble task instead of facilitating an onslaught of anti Catholic bigotry and subjecting certain individuals to venom, hatred and bullying on your blog. Tell us where your replicated Larne projects are located around the country. How many groups 8f ecclesial communities have sprouted out of the Oratory? Genuine questions. Incidentally, I believe that in most parishes priests and parishioners are endeavouring to build communities of love, caring, lived faith, prayer, welcome and places of Christian living.

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    1. A vital part of rebuilding Christs community is exposing and condemning those who have hijacked it – RC bishops and clergy.

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  28. 6.50: Usual avoidance of legitimate questions, Pat! Repeat your mantra. Same old, same old responses. I have greater admiration for Silverstream Priory in Stamullen, Co. Meath: genuinely good men, seeking a deep, prayerful intimacy with God. You should spend a few days with them. I have found a great peace while there.

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    1. After being refused by various orders to do private retreats on their properties, I no longer put myself in the face of such refusals.

      Anyway I would no longer tolerate monks with questionable pedigrees trying g to lecture me about returning to the Strumpet 😈

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      1. Captain Ignotus 4th Dec 2019 — 6:53 pm

        A few points, Excellency.

        Possibly you are refused private retreats in such mean old places (1) because you have, according to the objective canonical standards of their Church, you have committed repeated multiple, formally schismatic acts, and (2) because you have a long running blog devoted to raking up muck about private individuals, clerics and religious, based more often than not on rumors and innuendo alone? Possibly — just a wild guess — this accounts for that odd reluctance on the part of superiors and guestmasters/guestmistresses?

        I have been to Silverstream more than once while visiting Ireland (it is very close to the Dublin Airport), and have been impressed with the genuine friendliness and humility on the part of the monks there. These are not qualities usually associated with groups using the traditional pre-V2 liturgical books. I despise the trad universe. I find that environment quite triggering and I avoid them it all costs. These men, simply put, are not trads. They are orthodox Catholics who contribute to the legitimate liturgical diversity of the Church (which of course is in fact a communion of ritual churches (23 or 24 is it? not to mention the Anglican Ordinariates).

        Finally, it is bizarre to see an episcopus vagans on a high horse about ecclesiastical pedigree. Not a good look on you, Excellency. The fact of the matter is that they are an autonomous diocesan monastery (akin to the Abbey Saint-Joseph de Clairval in Flavigny) whose constitutions were approved by the Holy See. When Dom Gueranger started Solesmes with a rag-tag group of diocesan priests, he was put down by many precisely for having no pedigree. Gueranger answered simply: “Well then, I suppose that we will become Benedictines … by following the Rule of St Benedict”. There is no such thing as monastic succession. Normally a monastery begins by being filiated from another, but not always.

        And yes, Excellency, you should return to the Strumpet, without delay. Harlot though she may be, she is the only Church Christ founded. Surely it is no accident that Rahab the harlot has been regarded for centuries as an image of the Catholic Church. You may remember a very colorful book of the BIble attributed to the Prophet Hosea; might I suggest it, Excellency, for your Advent lectio divina?

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    2. Anonymous 23rd Nov 2019 — 7:53 pm – wrote —- … I have greater admiration for Silverstream Priory in Stamullen, Co. Meath: genuinely good men …
      —————————————————–
      Be careful. they’re Benedicines. The same Order as Ealing Abbey and St Benedicts.

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      1. Captain Ignotus 4th Dec 2019 — 7:09 pm

        Logic is a fascinating area of study. It helps us to avoid fallacies and thus to think properly about reality. For instance, have you heard of the fallacy of guilt by association. It goes like this (I will use a random example):

        (A) Ealing Abbey is bad.
        (B) Ealing Abbey is in the Order of Saint Benedict.
        (C) All monasteries in the OSB (including Silverstream Priory) are bad.

        Turns out that this very clever argument is in fact fallacious and possibly even spreads false and bigoted notions about whole groups of people. Weird, huh?

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  29. Fly on Th Wall 23rd Nov 2019 — 9:23 pm

    Jesus said something about building a house on sand. You can’t fix it from the top down. The roots have been left to rot. Still the seed is good even the seed among the weeds. Who is going to help it grow. The day will come when the monkeys have no bananas. What will the dog collars do when the Willie no longer commands centre stage Beware the end of the rule of the dicks is nigh ish hi

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    1. Good night hi fly,
      Begorra fly aren’t ye on a roll tonight.
      Aye fly the end of the rule of the dicks is nigh.
      Worshippers of the golden Willie will be taking a back seat knot before too long.
      Future shock is on the horizon with married priests while getting back to gospel basics.
      Don’t go building on sand. Rock on.
      Bye bye fly hi.

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  30. 9.23: You in the Wall: think you need to chew on a banana and a few nuts….you’re a crazy scribbler.

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    1. 9.33 Thankya kindly. I’m in good company toot toot hi

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  31. Help me Pat

    I am in love with Gorgeous. I want him in my life 😭

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    1. Are you female or male?

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  32. Didn’t Scotland closes all its native seminaries then build a new one for a new vision of servant leadership which is now closed ? Maybe men aren’t drawn to the models of priesthood that other people think they should? Managed decline is the policy in England and has been since the 80s so who ever leads will have totally subscribed to that policy even when Bishops appear to put something new in place it’s exactly the same principle , inviting religious orders to take over closed churches is managed decline, turning catholic schools into joint faith schools is managed decline, closing seminaries and rearranging training is managed decline etc

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    1. Vatican II ushered in a New Pentecost.
      LOL

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      1. Yeah. This is its beginning. Cleasing shite while bringing clerical gangsters to their knees.

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  33. Pat, Fr Mullaney never allowed me to join of take part in his inner secret circle of Byrne, Wilson John Harris, Harney and Fr X. Mullaney would get them all intoxicated before the ritualistic acts would take place. Rumour has it Mullaney is only Bottom.

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  34. Pat please encouraged all Maynooth Survivors to come forward and tell their story.

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    1. Justice for those who were tortured and abused.

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