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FATHER PAUL PRIOR – THE FORMER DIRECTOR OF FORMATION AT THE DISGRACED MAYNOOTH SEMINARY – IS NOW AT THE HEART OF A NUMBER OF COMPLAINTS RECEIVED BY THE IRISH JESUIT PROVINCIAL SUPERIOR – FATHER LEONARD MALONEY.

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FATHER LEONARD MALONEY SJ

When in Maynooth, Father Prior was accused by a number of seminarians of quizzing them intensely and inappropriately about their sex lives – their sexual fantasies, their masturbation habits, their wet dreams etc, etc. This inappropriate questioning caused great distress among seminarians and was responsible for some leaving Maynooth. In spite of a number of complaints, the Maynooth authorities and the Irish bishops took no action and allowed Father Prior to continue as before.

This is a redacted statement from one seminarian about Prior:

Paul Prior left Maynooth in 2018 and was expected to return to his diocese of Kilmore in Cavan.

Instead he chose to join the Jesuits as a novice.

In the past few weeks two young Dublin lay men have lodged complaints against Paul Prior over his alleged contact with them in a Dublin Jesuit church – St Francis Xavier in Gardiner Street.

Both claim that Paul Prior questioned them in an inappropriate sexual manner.

One incident happened in the Confessional where the young man was told he would not get absolution if he did not answer the priest’s sexual questions.

The other young man claims his sexual interrogation in the church kitchenette.

The Jesuit provincial has met both young men and an investigation has begun.

Another Jesuit expressed the opinion that Father Prior was being protected “in order not to give Pat Buckley credibility”.
Pat Buckley is not seeking credibility from anyone. He is seeking truth and justice for those whose lives have been severely damaged by all these happenings.

NOT JUST PRIOR

The Maynooth Gay Scandal of Summer 2016 was not just caused by Paul Prior.

It was also caused by the inaction of the Irish bishops, the then president of Maynooth Hugh Connolly, and the current president Mullaney.

The truth about all that has happened must come out – for justice’s sake.

And to quote Archbishop Diarmuid Martin:

“The truth will set you free, even if the truth is revolting”.

Do the Jesuits really want to carry this can for the Irish bishops?

I really thought the Jesuits were better than that.

109 replies on “FATHER PAUL PRIOR – NOW A BIG JESUIT PROBLEM.”

Why, oh why, do Catholics feel the compulsion to have absolution for sin from a Christ-betraying, morally verminous, Romanist pimp?

Why, FFS?!😞

These parasites cannot forgive sin.😒

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For the momentous occasion of the Institute of Christ the King’s new apostolate in Belfast, a Solemn High Mass in the Extraordinary Form will be offered by Monsignor Wach, Prior General and co-founder, in the presence of His Lordship Noel Treanor, Bishop of Down and Conor.
This will most certainly be a grand celebration, all are cordially invited!

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That’s the crowd with different colours of pompoms on their birettas. isn’t it ? And lots of earnest looking, young, fresh faced seminarians, mostly of foreign origin, lapping up all that traddie nonsense. Well, it will not end happily for them, or for their institute, because I am certain that there is a pile of crap to come out of that show, which will eventually seep out, and show this traditionalist stuff for what it is – dysfunctional transference and denial, trying to push down and ignore what is real life with a fiction about Marian devotion, the rosary, traditionalist clothing and vestments etc. etc. If I was Bishop Treanor, I’d have steered clear of them. But then he is probably desperate to get bodies in to his diocese and fill the gaps.

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The High Mass will be at 6pm and the bishop of the Diocese of Down and Connor and Monsignor Wach will be present, along with several Institute canons, seminarians, candidates and sisters. Also present will be some diocesan priests and friends from all over Ireland. Their apostolate will be consecrated to the Immaculate Heart of Mary.

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At 10:16 pm. Pozzo has got it wrong on this one. Perhaps that’s why at 67 he was out of a job and why Ecclesia Dei is now suppressed.
The definitive source, Annuario Pontificio 2019, will give you your answer.
Wach is self-appointed.

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Any more news about the Liverpool / Spain scandal with the vulnerable adult ex-seminarian who was badly damaged Pat? I know there is a court case and full details cannot be revealed, yet. But is there any ‘progress’ that you have heard of?

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I was a classmate of Paul Prior for two years. We separated in 1988 after our second year because he did the sem course and went up to I Divine, jumping a year; I went to New House to do III Arts.
Paul was an unremarkable student. He wasn’t good at anything in particular, he was uninterested in sport, didn’t sing, wasn’t a scholar, was neither especially popular nor unpopular and he plodded on.
He attracted the approval of Niall Ahern, the sentimental and vindictive Middle Dean. The Junior Dean (Frank Duhig), a man’s man of the old kidney, didn’t know what to make of Paul. Fr Duhig was bewildered and a bit sickened by the first hints of Gaynooth which had started to emerge.
What all our class remembers is Paul’s embarrassing habit of inviting you to his room and asking if you wanted to view his underwear collection. Taken aback, and not knowing what to say I agreed, out of politeness. He spread out across his bed in Long Corridor about forty pairs.
I was wary of Paul after that. He was laughed at behind his back by others who experienced the exhibition.

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Such comments and jokes as mentioned above are what we at Wonersh hear daily from the vice rector and other members of the formation staff; including grave sexual jokes in homilies at mass.
Disgusting!

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During one of my Formation meetings, Paul Prior asked me was I a Top or Botttom. During the meeting I looked it up what it meant on Google, my reply was I’m not queer. Prior became aggressive and told me to get out or else.

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When Mnsgr Jerry Ewing said that he had had “LOTS OF TOPS AND LOTS OF BOTTOMS!” during a eucharist at Wonersh I didn’t realise that it was a common homosexual reference as shown above. Despite all the little queens sniggering at his blasphemy the most worrying fact is that these people feel completely comfortable and safe to behaviour this way as they have gained control of the environment in the seminaries and imposed their own culture.
Unfortunately it seems that there isn’t anyone in a position to stop them!
Time to get out and leave the perverts to fester!

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Personally, I never had any issues with Fr Prior. I always found him very kind, professional and a spiritual man. He always bid me the time of day and stopped for a chat. I can’t speak for everyone as others will always have different experiences, but that’s just mine. Happy feast of Pope St. Damasus.
God Bless

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If this is true, Paulette Pryer will be out of the Jesuits so fast, she won’t have time to pack her voluminous wardrobe of pastel coloured underpantses.
In all seriousness, no wonder there are no vocations if Prying Paulette is the calibre of “formator” to which seminarians are subjected and exposed.
The “fruits” of “Gaynooth” are the Paulette the Prurient Pry-er, Mick the Extractor, Micky-Jack “Gorgeous” Byrne, Horny Andy X, Hugh “The Dog Ate Me Homework Sor“ (Cowboy) Connolly, Fanny Mullaney, the Trolley Dolly, Kildorrery, Jockstrap Jones, etc! ”By their fruits shall ye know them”.
Someone please press the nuclear button so we can start again.

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You have credibility Pat, it is Prior and his ilk that do not. You possibly have a splinter in your eye as a result of the simply appalling treatment of you by Cahal Daly, they on the other hand have a log in theirs if they don’t see the inappropriateness of their behaviour and the damage it has done, or maybe they don’t care.

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All these references are to 2008/09. After leaving Maynooth in 2009, where did Prior go ? Where has he been for the last 9 years or so until he joined the Jesuits just over a year ago ?
I’m sure the Jesuits will be looking closely at the stuff that is coming to light about Prior and his modus operandi and the sexualised focus of his interaction with students / seminarians in particular. If nothing else, that focus on the loins and genitals which seems to be a consistent theme of his interaction is something a bit odd and questionable and indicates a rather distorted view of life.
Isn’t he in to underpants as well ?

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I’m rather certain Prior was in Maynooth until more recently

Don’t think he left in 09, unless for a while a d then returned

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Paul Prior was a priest of the diocese of Kilmore, ordained 14 June 1992. Following his ordination he became a teaching chaplain. In 1997 he was appointed Director of Formation in the Pontifical Irish College in Rome, and after almost 11 years there he became Director of Formation at St Patrick’s College, Maynooth in 2007, remaining there until 2017, when he had a year’s sabbatical before joining the Jesuits.

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I believe it is a prior-ity this s~it gets sorted. The church seems to never have or had any value on psychological well-being. Sure tis only a bit of in house banter so tis. The church is like a plant eaten by idiots. Leaves full of holes. (Hi)

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Hello there hi fly.
Begorra fly the problem is there’s no end of problems so what problem takes priority.
Not only are the idiots eaten the church they’re harming the flock and the lambs.
Where are the good shepherds gone.
Bye bye fly hi.

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So while seminarians were praying this priestly formator was PREYING? And now he is abusing the sacrament of Confession in order to get titillated?
Are the bishops and Jesuits asleep? Are they stupid? Or are they all corrupt cowards?
There is no crisis of vocations in Ireland. But there is a crisis of faith and basic decency among many of the clergy.

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Paulie was more prying than preying. Obviously Prior is possessed of a sexual curiosity and immaturity that arguably renders him unfit for ministry – except perhaps a strictly supervised ministry; but it’s not as if he threw the seminarian over the bed and rogered him. Let’s keep some perspective here.

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I appreciate the line of questioning is ludicrous and highly offensive, Bp Pat, but in what way have “lives have been severely damaged?”

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During a social night out in November 2007 in The Roost Pub, Maynooth, Fr. Paul Prior told a joke which involved a child, excrement and allusions to anal sex. Those present who witnessed this comment were: Fr. Brendan Kealy (then Dublin seminarian and now Administrator of North William St.), Martin McFadden (then Raphoe seminarian), Matthew Dillon (then Dublin seminarian), Anthony McGorian (then Dublin seminarian) and Joe Sheridan (then Dublin seminarian). Said comment was made in the context of Fr. Prior being both a priest and designated seminary formator with responsibility for seminarians’ path to the priesthood. This stomach-churning “joke” was discussed back in the seminary later that night and all agreed that it was most inappropriate, immature and ill-considered for a person in Prior’s position.

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There was a flamboyant ex dublin seminarian who was best friends with Fr. Brendan Kealy at the time. Can anyone remember his name?

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Wasn’t there a Raphoe seminarian who was sexually harassed and allegedly sexually assaulted by a seminarian from a diocese in the west? The alleged assailant went on to join a religious order after he had parted company with Maynooth.

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God be with the days when the Deans patrolled Maynooth village looking out for sems in the Roost and the other pubs, all of which were out of bounds. Frank Duhig was a Pioneer and he wouldn’t have been in the Roost making jokes about shit.

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Prior left a trail of debris behind him in Rome and Maynooth. And now this arrogant little man is doubling down with the Jesuits.

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Various bishops were told about Prior and they did nothing. Nada. Nichts. Zilch.

The net of truth is now closing in on the Pryer-Path. Despite those useless bishops.

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The bishops ignore red flags because the very ones, about whom the red flags are being raised, have “dirt” on them. Some of them are compromised.

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6:46, Your comment makes sense. It is otherwise hard to make sense of the gross dereliction of duty and plain indifference of the bishops with regard to Maynooth.

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Bishop Pat, when journalists talk about collusion during the troubles, can that applied to RC bishops too and the hierarchy?? Just asking.

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Question Pat
Was Diarmuid Martin aware of Joe’s allegations Re. Maynooth? If so, why did he send all his other seminarians like Gannon and Byrne into that environment?
Does he not bear responsibility for knowingly sending young men into an abusive environment to be further abused?

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Diarmuid Martin was made aware of Joe’s allegations immediately after his leaving the seminary through then Dublin Vocations Director, Fr Eamonn Bourke. Archbishop Martin and Fr Bourke were going to send Joe to another seminary, which Joe declined.

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Is it not quite apparent that the likes of Gannon, Byrne and co would have been very much at home with Prior in Maynooth?

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6:44

We should not be blaming young men who genuinely felt called to be priests. Like every else who entered Maynooth, they entered with good intentions which were subverted by the already present culture. We need to focus on the dysfunctional institution. By all accounts, every single person struggled in Maynooth.

The rule was “play ball, or you are out”. Young men who feel called should never be put in that difficult and morally compromising position. Ganon and Byrne were good men. Well liked by most.

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@7:18 Just because fellas were popular in the seminary does not mean that they had a vocation.

I agree with you in saying that Maynooth is an unmitigated disaster.

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Part of Prior’s problem is that despite being a diocesan priest for over 25 years he never served in a parish but spent his entire priesthood as a seminary dean.

He was criticised heavily in the Apostolic Visitation of the Irish College and like most of the staff the Vatican gave him the order of the boot.

But the Irish bishops, instead of taking the hit and learning from it, installed Prior as a Maynooth dean, where he carried on wreaking damage.

Prior enjoyed the patronage of the Wounded Healer, which explains a lot.

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I note that Paul was never in a parish. Is it a case that he was determined to not be suitable for a parish and has been hidden away from the laity all this time?

This is not really a headache for the Jesuits – their only question it to keep him for another year as a novice or to return him from whence he came. He can always be sent back to his diocese. Although there is probably a misguided line of thought (that may appeal to some) that it would be ironic if he was elected Prior.

As for the lad whose letter is written. He is right, it is inappropriate. However I hope he has grown much so as to not allow such inappropriateness impact on him any longer. As we mature we learn to walk away from such immaturity and to mind ourselves. His letter carries the hallmark of a young man sent to seminary too early in life. (In saying that I do not mean to say that the carry on described is acceptable; just that life teaches resilience).

Carry on young man. Life has much more to offer. Go somewhere in the world that will appreciate what you have to offer. I once was you. I also learned the hard way. I survived, just about. You can too.

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Perhaps there is an SJ correspondent who is familiar with Prior’s time with the SJs so far, as a novice I understand, and could give us some idea of how he is getting on ? Is he still in the noviciate, I think it’s in Birmingham ? Or has he been sent off yet on the trek they all have to do through Spain without money etc., following the footsteps of St Ignatius – although I suspect that would be a summer activity ? Does he fit in ? Is he settled ? Have there been problems ? A little local intelligence would be helpful to this discussion. In fact, by giving an insight, such a correspondent could be very helpful to Fr Prior. It doesn’t all and always have to be bad news briefed on here. I’d welcome the positive side of his story, if there is one.

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There is a trend forming here regarding seminaries and predators across different countries such as Ireland, UK, Chile, Honduras, Argentina, US, Italy.

These predators would not last pissing time in any secular organisation.

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5.51: Indeed, Miss Busybody, you have nothing better to do than trawl through other people’s lives and seek to cause misery. Miss Nobody, MYOB….

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Subsequent to Joe’s leaving the seminary, his friends were intimidated and aggressively interrogated by Fr. Michael Mullaney regarding their knowledge of his complaints against Fr. Paul Prior.
1. Marius O’Reilly (then Cork & Ross seminarian and now priest) was interrogated by Fr. Mullaney and Fr. Paul Prior then compiled a very negative and untrue end-of-term report for his then bishop, John Buckley.
Marius volitionally stood down from being a seminarian with Cork & Ross and discerned a vocation with a foreign order before returning to his diocese. Bishop John Buckley sent him to Rome to finish his formation.
2. Jonathan Flood (then Raphoe seminarian and now priest) received similar treatment from Mullaney and Prior. He requested that his then bishop, Philip Boyce, send him to Rome to finish his formation as he refused to continue same in Maynooth.
3. Derek O’Connell (then Cork & Ross seminarian) received similar treatment from Mullaney and Prior. His bishop withdrew his support for him and Derek then discerned a religious vocation.
4. Osmond Omeje (then Cork & Ross seminarian) received similar treatment from Mullaney, Prior and his bishop as Derek O’Connell. Osmond is now a priest with a foreign order.
5. Sean Mulligan (then Clogher seminarian and now priest) received similar treatment as above. He was told to take time out and eventually finished his formation in Rome.
6.Anthony McGorian (then Dublin seminarian) was also interrogated by Mullaney and Prior. He was accepted back to Maynooth the following year but was deliberately isolated, run-down and eventually ejected by Prior at the end of the year. Anthony was a mentally fragile individual and he received shocking and utterly ruthless treatment from Connolly, Mullaney and Prior. They showed scant regard for this man’s mental health.

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It is absolutely staggering if it is true, that Paul Prior, having been heavily criticised for his role in the Irish College in Rome, was still appointed to the same role in Maynooth!!

Something is very seriously askew in the Irish Church. A man of very limited ability and, at best, mediocre intellect given such an important responsibility as formation director. And then for him to abuse his position by using it to get his rocks off??!!

The “Wounded Healer” connection and patronage also sends forth a very shrill alarm call. Diarmuid Martin is also part of the problem.

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7.21: Violence is not the answer to your travails, such as they may be. Are you an ex seminarian with axes to grind and want to hang all your life’s ills on particular people? Your hatred iscevifent in your short piece of dangerous angst.

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8:02 – Problems in the present have their roots in the past.

Past problems were not dealt with; hence the current morass.

They will be dealt with now.

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The reason why seminarians sent anonymous letters in 2016 regarding the shenanigans in Maynooth is because they knew they would have been black-balled just like the lads were in 2009. By the time Don Connolly, machine-gun Mullaney and the Pryer-Path would have finished with them they probably would have ended up as atheists.

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They sent an anonymous letter stating everyone was homosexual with no further evidence or proof of said “shenanigans”.

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@7:09 pm, Bishop Pat has published enough pictorial evidence here of certain seminarians to draw definitive conclusions that Maynooth can in no way be entitled to call itself a Catholic seminary.

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DM was informed about Byrne in one of those anonymous letters of 2016 and he thought that the matter would be solved by sending Byrne to Rome. Typical head-in-the-sand-afraid-of-confrontation strategy which only kicks the can down the road.

DM is a waffler and politician through and through.

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The letter read as follows
X is an active homosexual
Y is an active homosexual
Z is an active homosexual
There were 25 names on the letter like this. It was anonymous because the person who wrote it was a shit- stirring coward who to this day, cannot stand behind it.

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Seminaries are perfect places to hide people from the public life instead of (in the church view) cause a scandal by havint them kicked out.
Plus, if you do a great job as a rector you might very well be appointed a bishop or similar. If you do a bad job as a rector and causing problems they much more likely let you stay – for the reason mentioned above: A seminary is a perfect place to hide someone that is acting inappropriate instead of having him kicked out of the diocese or on the street. A seminarian witnessing this is seen upon as a threat, he knows to much and will be kicked out. It is a very sick system protecting those causing troubles and harm, while it also create new abusers and people willing to stick to the system – that’s unfortunately the only way to survive, to adjust to and be part of it. It’s disgusting and rotten all through.

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Why did Henry Balkwill leave Maynooth? AND how was he accepted in Clifton to go to Wonersh? Dis anyone have any suspicions about his predeliction for children?

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What role did Eamonn Martin play in Maynooth?
Both of his seminarians Brendan Marshall and Stephen Wilson caused untold damage in Maynooth. Where are they now?

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Eamon played brass in Maynooth. And he was very talented at it. I can’t remember whether it was trumpet or another instrument.

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The Irish Times reported highlights of the Apostolic Visitation of the Irish College, which all four staff members, including Prior left or frankly were asked to leave. In Prior’s case he had been there for eleven years, which is far too long.

The Irish bishops were unwilling to accept the findings and they parachuted Prior into Maynooth.

https://www.irishtimes.com/news/vatican-report-critical-of-culture-and-ethos-of-irish-college-in-rome-1.1066237

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Irish college suffers from unjust ‘gay’ reputation’, says prelate
irishtimes.com

15 June 2012

The Apostolic Visitor concluded that the Irish College in Rome had acquired an undeserved reputation of “softness” on homosexuality at the college and that recent incidents “build on allegations from years past”

The Apostolic Visitor concluded that the Irish College in Rome had acquired an undeserved reputation of “softness” on homosexuality at the college and that recent incidents “build on allegations from years past”

PATSY McGARRY

CARDINAL TIMOTHY Dolan’s report on the Irish College in Rome has found that “the college suffers from the reputation of being ‘gay friendly’, however unjust such a reputation might be.” It said that “a recent series (four by the Apostolic Visitor’s count) of homosexually directed improprieties have been reported at the college.”

The Apostolic Visitor “carefully examined each episode with the aggrieved student and the rector. Knowledge of these episodes, as well as of some others from the past, is widespread among the seminarians, and the priests and bishops back in Ireland, giving an unfortunate and undeserved reputation of ‘softness’ on homosexuality at the College.”

It said that “recent episodes (of the last year-and-a-half) build on allegations from years past” which were reported to the visitation team by a named priest who investigated them at the request of Cardinal Seán Brady and the college rector.

It continued that “some past students – none of whom are now at the college – admitted to the priest who investigated the matter at the time “that they had frequented ‘gay bars’. A former rector from decades ago is now unwelcome at the College as a result of allegations of impropriety.”

For “the sake of thoroughness” the report detailed four cases reported at the college since September 2009. Three concerned non-Irish students with the fourth involved two Irish seminarians. In all four cases the seminarians are named in the cardinal’s report.

In one case a seminarian accused another of improper touching but it was found the accuser had a history of fabricating stories. In a second case a non-Irish deacon at the college reported “a sense of discomfort” over attempts “by a student priest . . . to get close to him”. The rector intervened and the matter ended there.

A third case concerned an Italian seminarian with “an unfortunate reputation as a flamboyant homosexual, with some students reporting outrageous remarks of sexual attraction for other seminarians”. On investigation it was found this seminarian may have been “a victim of unjust gossip”.

An undertaking was given by the rector to the cardinal, however, that the matter would be investigated further.

The remaining case concerned an Irish seminarian (named) who reported to his bishop in Ireland during the summer of 2010 that he was “very troubled by undue attention and improper advances by another seminarian (named)”.

The accused seminarian was dismissed and his accuser “has now returned to continue his formation”, the cardinal’s report noted.

The cardinal went on to state in the report that he was “eager to underline that he did not find any evidence of rampant immorality, or a homosexual subculture, and that the overwhelming majority of the seminarians are committed to a faithful, chaste lifestyle, and upset by the undeserved perception that the college now tolerates deviant behaviour. Likewise, he is convinced that the staff in no way condones such conduct.”

However, his report went on to say that “the staff did seem slow and uncertain in their response to these recent episodes, and a few seminarians who reported the inappropriate behaviour felt that they were treated with suspicion.

“The climate of the house suffers when the students see the offending man remaining too long in the community or, in the cases when the offender is dismissed, hear that the perpetrator ‘might return’ or is still in formation for the priesthood, or lay ecclesial ministry, elsewhere.”

The cardinal recommended “that once a reported offence is determined with moral certainty . . . the offender must be dismissed, even if the reporting victim is opposed”.

Such a victim should be told of this and be “assured that the dismissed seminarian is no longer in formation elsewhere.”

He also recommended that a “clear protocol on these matters” be developed and “published in the seminary manual, encouraging seminarians to report such incidents immediately to the rector . . . ”

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Dermot Martin believes in nothing. You can bet that Jesus in the Tabernacle of Archbishop’s House in Drumcondra is very lonely indeed (if He is even reserved there).
Coddle Martin is a politician much like Leo Varadkar, Micheal Martin, Simon Harris, Josepha Madigan, Catherine Zappone and co. I wouldn’t be surprised if Coddle voted to Repeal the 8th Amendment.
He gives no leadership and, spiritually, Dublin diocese is on the ground. It is vocationless and parishes are dying. The Church in Dublin is in MASSIVE trouble.
DM is full of theories about the problems but hasn’t a sliver of what is needed to address the issues. He doesn’t like priests and the laity are a nuisance to him. He’s a snob.
He would rather be swanning around Europe giving lectures. He thought being parachuted in to Dublin to “sort out” abuse would have earned him a red hat and a nice job in Rome. But Alas. No. Niente. De rien. Nada. Zilch.
All there is awaiting him now is the oblivion of retirement and his eventual appearance before the Judgement Seat. The sooner he waddles off into the sunset the better.

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And make no mistake about it, Pat Buckley, if Coddle Martin were to hear of your demise in the morning, the champagne corks would be ricocheting around Archbishop’s House.
Noteworthy, also, Coddle’s response to Bill Mulvihill last year, before the WMOF fiasco, was less than robust to say the least. It was weak kneed and, dare one say it, limp wristed.
“Strange goings on” indeed how are ye!

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As regards bishops ignoring red flags: given that bishops in other parts of the world have been found to be sexually compromised with, among others, seminarians, there can be no doubt that certain bishops have been “rolling in the hay” with some of pretty boy stars who regularly feature on this blog.
They can’t take decisive action because the young rapscallions are holding them literally by the short and curlies.
But, My Lords, Your Graces, Your Excellencies, Your Eminences and Your Reverences, “three things cannot be long hidden: the sun, the moon, and the truth”.
Sooner or later one or more of the pretty boys is gonna wake up some morning and decide to make that phone call to that journalist and spill all the beans. A shit storm of volcanic velocity is rumbling in the distance.

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Prior didn’t dare to follow through with his legal threat against this blog because he is a liar. And he, Connolly, Mullaney and certain bishops would abhor being publically exposed as the liars and frauds that they are.
My end-of-semester reports – which have been published on this blog – compiled and signed by Prior’s own hand have definitively proved him, Connolly and Mullaney to be all pathological liars.
I dare Prior or any of his malformed, unsuitable products/cronies: put your names to your comments and challenge me in the daylight.

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The Church throughout the country is in MASSIVE trouble. It seems obvious why red flags are ignored.
Sounds like too many are eminently compromised. The culture is TOXIC. The sooner the s***e hits the proverbial the better. The wages of sin….

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Pat Buckley is a journalist. Tell him. The Church is being ruined. What’s gone on ,what’s going on is utterly shameful.

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I am sick of my Church being taken over by a corrupt clique who have turned it into their own little symbiotic ecosystem and who are all compromised. If one squeals it means mutually assured destruction for all parties because they have so much dirt on one another.

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