MAYNOOTH SEMINARIAN RELEASES CONFIDENTIAL GDPR DOCUMENTS TO CHALLENGE MAYNOOTH AUTHORITIES AND CORRUPTION.

THIS FORMER VERY BRAVE SEMINARIAN TODAY RELEASES HIS GDPR PAPERS ACQUIRED FROM DUBLIN, TO CHALLENGE THE MAYNOOTH LINE

AFTER HE LEFT OF HIS OWN ACCORD – HE WAS LATER IN A FIT OF ANGER – DEEMER UNSUITABLE FOR THE SEMINARY AND PRIESTHOOD.

This is the seminarian who made serious complaints about Father Paul Prior’s inappropriate sexual interrogation of him.

This is the seminarian who was written up excellent reports by Father Prior himself – reproduced below – only to be called bad names and criticised after challenging Prior’s line of questioning.

Prior is now with the Jesuits – and problems are emerging there.

So, this seminarian was doing well in all areas – study, prayer life community living and sports.

And then, because he resisted attempts by Prior to question him inappropriately, he found himself enemy number one and the victim of vicious and untrue rumours.

And all those seminarians who stood by him and supported him were all hammered as well.

Connolly

This all happened in the pontificate of Hugh Connolly, Fanny Mullaney and Paul Prior.

Mullaney

***** I hope more Maynooth men now step forward, get their GDPR reports and challenge the false stories that were spread about them

THIS SEMINARIAN HAS ASKED ME NOT TO ALLOW A FRENZY OF ANONYMOUS COMMENTS TO ATTACK HIM FROM DARKNESS.

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43 thoughts on “MAYNOOTH SEMINARIAN RELEASES CONFIDENTIAL GDPR DOCUMENTS TO CHALLENGE MAYNOOTH AUTHORITIES AND CORRUPTION.

  1. I wish this man well. There is more to vocations than Maynooth and Dublin Diocese.

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  2. Pat, as I said a few days ago, when I get my hands on my records via GDPR from an Archdiocese I will drag two retired Irish Bishops through the Courts, and also a retired senior member of An Garda Siochana. I will also take former Clerical members of staff from St Patrick’s College Thurles through every Court in the land and if necessary, the European Courts. So watch out for a rap on the door Bishops and Fathers for not only the covering up of abuse but inaction that caused the suicide of a bullied young man in your care. I will also be waiving my anonymity. Access to seminary records via GDPR is going to be a new massive can of worms for the Irish Hierarchy. I recommend every ex Seminarian to request their records courtesy of EU law.

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    1. I heard that. 😕

      Watchin’ you closely. 😎

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    2. 11.54: Let’s see your bravery…..

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  3. this was 2008. It might be best for Joseph to move beyond all this and find peace.

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    1. Anna Dowling @12:00am There is no peace without justice!

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  4. magna carta is Belinda

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  5. Hugh Connolly is smart to live in exile in Paris. Hugh can have his intimate gatherings with Michael Byrne and his crew in privacy now. Mullaney has no where to go, everyone knows of his compermised relationship with Chris Derwin, Michael Jack Byrne and the recent new doll Stephen Wilson.

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    1. I wonder who uses the spelling “compermised”

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    2. 2:02 AM
      The inaccuracies of your post
      1. Hugh and Byrne do NOT have any contact.
      2. Mullaney is NOT in any way ‘compromised’ by those three.
      You are a mentally very sick with this constant stream of inaccurate information.
      My best wishes to Joe Pat. I hope he gets the justice and the apology he needs.

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    3. everyone is smart to live in exile in Paris

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  6. Scanning thought these documents, I notice only a couple of references

    to what is the obvious and biggest challenge that any seminarian is asked to take on in order to become a priest, namely celibacy and preparedness and suitability for that. It’s in a tick box section about relationships, and refers to understanding of celibacy and affective maturity for celibacy. In the narratives, there just seems to be waffle about this man getting along with people, having a pastoral heart, and going to Mass and devotions. The exercise of ticking boxes about the serious commitment and challenge of mandatory celibacy does not fill me with confidence that the training in this important matter was robust and realistic. It’s almost as if this is taken as a given, and there doesn’t need to be much said or done about it. Maybe things have changed since 2008, although I suspect not. I think most seminarian training regimes will still avoid the issue substantially, resort to muscular christianity approaches to celibacy, and generally try and ignore it as too difficult and intractable to deal with constructively and maturely. Although, trying to be like that in respect of mandatory celibacy imposed on every seminarian or candidate for the priesthood is in itself a nonsense. Perhaps the formators know this really, and can’t find a credible justification for its imposition by the Church. and just take it as a given and haven’t the skills or insight to approach is in a more constructive way. We know that celibacy and the psycho-sexual dysfunction of so many priests has a link to various ways of behaving, and to dysfunction and even criminality. So, why is celibacy not taken more seriously in the formation process, if they are going to continue insisting on it as a prerequisite for ordination ?

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    1. MournemanMichael 4th Dec 2019 — 6:37 pm

      A thoughtful comment @10;41. I think part of it is the screwed up nature of the formation staff’s practical and emotional understanding of sexuality. Some red blooded healthy females in the formation teams? …….not wizened nuns!
      MMM

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      1. 6.37: The wise old owl from Mourne pontificates again. What do you know about celibacy and sexuality that’s more superior than the rest of us? This former student may regret his foray into the domain of this blog! Everyone in training – teachers, nurses, doctors, Gardai – all have to endure scrutiny and observation in their discipline. And they often experience disappointments, hard criticism etc….Why not students for priesthood? Are the modern seminarians feeble and self precious?

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      2. The Pryer-Path is on the prowl @ 6:56pm.

        Clear off you little pervert.

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      3. If Prior ever has the misfortune of meeting me on the street, I will put him through the nearest wall with a punch.

        You would be well advised to stay in Birmingham, Prior…

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      4. 6.56, that sounds like “moral equivalency”.
        10.41, the biggest challenge to trainee lurgimen, and their “Formations House” team, is whether they have BELIEF. The public need to encounter figures they can catch BELIEF from.

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  7. “… resisted attempts by Prior to question him inappropriately”
    I can’t remember the story, Bp Pat, but I guess the line of questioning focused on… well, you know. It always does.

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    1. Wee Pauline Pry-er was very interested in how seminarians coped with their erections; whether or not they integrated their tumescent events with their prayer lives; their masturbatory techniques; and the best way to cleanse semen stains from Egyptian cotton and pastel coloured Calvin Klein briefs. The last line of questioning was solely connected to his hobby of the art of perfect laundering 🧺 and as a footnote for his PhD thesis on the history of underpants and the care thereof.

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      1. It sounds as if Pryer did a lot of prying in to the private lives of seminarians. All that obsession with erections and masturbation. For God’s sake, both the most natural thing in the world ! And the Catholic Church turns what is natural in to something filthy and sordid. All in the pursuit of some idiotic mythology of the the celibate priest who is totally giving and at the service of the Lord and his people, whereas in fact it is is a mechanism for selfishness and for dysfunction. I get fed up of listening to clergy telling me of the great gift of celibacy and the charism it is and what a sign it is of their total giving. Bollocks ! Flip the other side of the coin and the buggers are up to all sorts of stuff, out of sight, and all sorts of odd behaviours as compensation and transference. Never mind the most insidious aspect of all this clerical celibacy stuff, namely the duplicity, lying, double lives that these guys find themselves living, which is severely damaging to them and to the Church. I couldn’t really care about their little peccadillos and oddities. What I care about is the damage that is wrought. It’s a completely discredited theology and way of being. Overdue for a change. But still our seminaries pedal this shit.

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      2. Oh, I remember that now, something to do with shreddies going missing and notes under the door I think.

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      3. It’s scarcely credible that a man could have been accepted by the Jesuits disp laying such serious psychological flaws and unresolved issues concerning sex and sexuality. On another note, may I make a public information request? For a moment I took my eye off the ball – as the old fraud CMOC used up say – and have lost the thread re the elusive Joe. Are we talking ex Maynooth, or the Liverpool seminarian ex Wonersh, or the current Wonersh sem from Clifton who made a forward pass at the boy who was so alarmed that he ran away in the middle of the night – though we have been assured that both victim and perpetrator are “straight as a dye”, which begs the question of what they are doing at Wonersh? Finally is this or any one of these Joe Lollard?

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      4. Me and my mates weren’t trained confessors (note). Whom I’m referring to, maybe I shan’t continue to give details.

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  8. We only have half the story Pat . We have not heard what happened after the 2nd year?

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    1. Joe left the seminary before the 2nd year ended.

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  9. A few observations from afar:

    The deep craziness in Wonersh, the dysfunction of St John’s in Boston and now, today, the utter unfitness for purpose of Gaynooth as presided over by Hugh “The Dog Ate Me Homework Sor” Cowboy Connolly, “Fanny” Mullaney, Mick “The Extractor” Collins and Pauley Pry-er.

    Mullaney was an average student in Maynooth in the 80s. The fact that he is President of Gaynooth means there is a crisis of ability in the Irish Church. They’ve reached the bottom of the intellectual ‘gravitas’ barrel.

    Interesting that Pat Buckley says “problems” are emerging with Pry-er in the SJs.

    The whole enterprise is in meltdown and no Irish Bishop is fit to arrest the downward spiral. Only for this blog raising questions, walking disaster Diarmuid Martin, would have ordained Micky Jack “Gorgeous” Byrne two years ago.

    It’s all going to the wall because a significant number “at the top” are compromised themselves and boyos they have been “in the sack” with are holding them by the short and curlies.

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    1. You are assuming Micky Jack wanted to be ordained. He chose not to.

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      1. 10.52
        Who could ever have imagined it?
        An apparently sexually promiscuous narcisssist actually chose not to be ordained.
        You’ll be telling us next that he, er, did it for the good of the Church.😨

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    2. “In the sack” reminds me of “Eucharistic” Lourdes 1981. (What would have been their later careers I wonder?) Then, there was the disgusting attitude of Cardinal O’Fee and his gang of hoodlums. At the time, I thought that was what avant garde religion looked like. Why was I interested in avant garde religion? I can’t remember!

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      1. You probably mean Cardinal Ó Fiaich, of happy memory.

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  10. Imagine showing those forms to someone thinking about the priesthood it would kill any calling dead , the number of students they have means they could easily spend time writing a personal overview of someone’s progress not a tick box activity like an ofsted approved school report

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    1. 5.28
      Kill any ‘calling’ dead?😕
      Calling?
      These narcissists love to think of themselves as called apart …to a life of financially parasitical self-indulgence.
      But what god called them?
      The humble, self-sacrificing Nazarene?
      Or Satan, the self-worshipping god of the Underworld? 👹
      (Do I really need to toss a coin? 😞)

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  11. How do you apply for any information held on you by a diocese? I was, a long time ago, a student in Thurles.

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    1. are you suffering from Alzheimer’s. can you not remember your time there?

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  12. Pat, wonderful news! The farmer’s lad from Armagh who lost his underpants at WYD has been reunited with them. They were found wandering around Krakow in a state of disarray and Interpol were able to trace the owner through a DNA test on the skidmarks. Such a happy ending to a sad story, eh Pat? There’s already been an emotional reunion with the owner attended by local clargy.

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    1. You made me laugh – thanks for that! Has their owner now joined a seminary, or had he seen enough at WYD to get the hell out of it?

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      1. Hi Brendan

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      2. Och that’s lovely! Such a heartwarming wee story of a reunion and coming up to Christmas too. I had to brush a tear from my eye. The miracles of modern day technology! Well I never!

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    2. Fr Thomas said on local radio Kool Keady FM it was “the bestest happy ending ever”.
      “It’s the bestest news ever as those missing skivvies were truly a puzzle. We’re gonna have the bestest welcome home party for an underpants ever”, said Fr Thomas.

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  13. Fly On Th Wall 4th Dec 2019 — 10:32 pm

    All the stuff in the report seems positive. Take the individual out of the picture, is this template a valid assessment tool for priesthood in a modern wold I wonder Now where is the twist where it all goes sour and how exactly is it manifested (hi)

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  14. Tom Surlis is under threat from Mullaney and Collins. Tom is not part of the network.

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    1. Tom is normal and never frequented the gay Saunas, unlike Michael Mullaney.

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  15. This former seminarian was doing very well on a human, pastoral, spiritual and academic level. Maynooth should have been closed down many years ago.

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