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FATHER DES WILSON’S PLAY – HOW TO READ THE IRISH NEWS WITHOUT BOKIN.

THE RECENTLY DECEASED FR DES WILSON WROTE A VERY FUNNY PLAY CALLED “HOW TO READ THE IRISH NEWS WITH BOKIN” (gagging or vomiting)

The play describes a competion to which three competitors have reached the final. They have to read The Irish News without bokin.

The first competitor only goes a page or two and then bokes.

The second competitor get a bit further and then bokes.

To everyone’s surprise the last one reads the whole newspaper without bokin and is the winner.

He goes up to collect his prize which turns out to be a year”s subscription to The Irish News – and then he bokes 😊

The Irish News was set up in 1891 by the Roman Catholic Irish bishops and priests to compete against the other newspapers who were supporting Charles Stewart Parnell to remain as the political leader of Ireland in spite of the fact that he had just come through a very scandalous divorce case in which he was involved.

The RC bishops and priests were the first shareholders in The Irish News.

As part of an MSSc taught masters degree in 1989 I in QUB I did a 30,000 essay studying how the Irish RC Hierarchy collaborated with The Irish News control church dissidents.

Available on Amazon Kindle for free. ** It has some formatting issues but is all there.

Excerpt

The bishops wrote

CONTANTS OF BOOK

The Irish News has traditionally under the control of the RCC and the non violent Irish Nationalists.

It’s current owner is a Knight of Columbanus and a Cathbot, Jim Fitzpatrick a good friend to Down and Connor bishops.

My own history with The Irish News is one of being blocked, censored and refused a right of reply.

In 2013 I wrote a letter to the Letters Page and wrote a blog about what happened:

IRISH NEWS NEWSPAPER BELFAST PUBLISHES EDITED VERSION OF MY LETTER.

THE “IRISH NEWS” NEWSPAPER, BELFAST HAS TODAY, JUNE 28TH 2013, PUBLISHED AN EDITED VERSION OF MY LETTER SENT TO THEM ON JUNE 17TH ABOUT PRIESTLY SUICIDES. THEY REMOVED 3 SECTIONS OF MY LETTER – (1) THE SECTION ABOUT PRIESTLY CELIBACY NOT WORKING; (2) THE SECTION ABOUT THE “CLERICALISM” CONDEMNED BY POPE FRANCIS AND (3) THE SECTION ABOUT BISHOPS, INCLUDING BISHOP NOEL TREANOR BEING ALOOF AND UNAVAILABLE TO PRIESTS. WHY WERE THOSE SECTIONS REMOVED? IS IT BECAUSE THE PART ABOUT CELIBACY NOT WORKING WHO ANGER BELFAST PRIESTS? AND IS THE IRISH NEWS NOT WILLING TO ALLOW CRITICISM OF CATHOLIC BISHOPS?
OR IS THE NEWSPAPERS EDITOR, NOEL DORAN, AFRAID OF HIS PROPRIETOR JIM FITZPATRICK – THE RIGHT WING WEALTHY BELFAST CATHOLIC?

NOEL, I AM ONLY A POWERLESS DISSIDENT BISHOP WHO HAS NO POWER TO BRING YOU TO BOOK. YOU ARE THE EDITOR OF A NEWSPAPER THAT CAN RUBBISH ME WHEN YOU WANT AND YOU ARE BACKED BY YOUR MILLIONAIRE OWNER.

BELOW ARE THE SECTIONS REMOVED AND CENSORED:
1.Most seminarians and young priests are initially dedicated to the life of celibacy. If they make it through the seminary without being propositioned or seduced by another seminarian or priest they are fortunate. However when they mature a little they are confronted with their own very normal sexual urges accompanied by loneliness and they become hopelessly trapped. The majority of priests eventually leave the priesthood, lead a double life in secret or succumb to psychotic loneliness, depression, anxiety or to various addictions. Whatever way they try to cope they are internally conflicted and lose a sense of integrity and wholeness. Also Is it an accident that there are a greater number of gay men in the Catholic priesthood than there are in society as a whole. Being secretly gay puts huge pressures on priests.
2.The “clerical club” in the seminary and later in the diocese is a cruel and unforgiving environment. Among seminarians you will find the same bullies as you find in secular life. Priests are afraid to be vulnerable before other priests. They are afraid to being judged and thought weak. When they are in a crisis they often cannot bring themselves to talk to another priest about their crisis.
3.Bishops are supposed to be “fathers” to their priests. But many bishops are aloof and cold and unapproachable. How many priests have their bishop’s private mobile number? Could they call him and go to him at 3 am if they are on the very edge? Could Matt Wallace have done that? In any event how can you talk to a bishop about your struggles or weaknesses when it is he who has the power to discipline you, take away your life as you know it, or even report you to the police.
Bishop Pat Buckley 28.6.2013

78 replies on “FATHER DES WILSON’S PLAY – HOW TO READ THE IRISH NEWS WITHOUT BOKIN.”

I’d like to read your book ,Faith and Fatherland, but Kindle would be too technical for me.
Would you be able to put it up on the web for PDF download, please.

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Your a bit of an enigma old Joe Lollard? Most elderly people I know can manage Kindle but don’t have a clue what a PDF download is.

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Thirty to thirty-five years ago, in the days of COBAL and floppy-disk drives I was considered a bit of an expert .
At one time a part of my job was writing how-to guidance for engineers.
But everything’s changed; and my fingers are very awkward nowadays.

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Oh, what a load of shiite. Catholic Ireland. My arse. Not suitable to be a political leader because of his scandalous life. What crap. How many of those bishops were up to no good on the quiet themselves at the time, I wonder ?! Whenever somebody gets all moralistic about stuff, I wonder to myself, why ? What are they trying to hide by their indignation and huffing and puffing ? And, it’s usually something to do with themselves and what they are up to. The more moralistic and condemnatory of other people these clerics are, the more they are trying to hide. Its a simple equations. Back in the the last century, and now. Watch the fuckers, they are a load of liars and cannot be trusted. Now, if they were to use the language of conciliation, compassion, mercy, love, acceptance…. well, then I might take them more seriously. Until then – well, they are just a load of hypocritical, self-serving See You Next Tuesdays…..

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11.28:Hmm…hmmm.. would you be a disgruntled cleric or just a nasty little f****r. Not much mercy or compassiin in your excrement!!

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Oh, let me see now…..a bit of both, I think ! Still, what I wrote is a valid view, and it seems to me that not much has changed in over 100 years plus. The Catholic Church is still full of hypocrisy, still full of clerics leading double, duplicitous and parallel lives. I’d know because I’m a disgruntled cleric and I know it from the inside. And if you think that by talking about it I am a nasty little fucker, then maybe you are right, because I’m shining a light on what you and your confreres get up to. And don’t tell me that they / you don’t ! We all know it. Including the laity, who are beginning to make their own mind up about things, because they are no longer going to be lectured to by a pile of clerics who have no credibility or moral authority. It has come to this pass because of the deep selfishness and self-interest of the clerical class over the decades who thought that they were above everybody else, untouchable, and immune from oversight, and could just please themselves. Well, times have changed, thank God. You won’t get away with it anymore.

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My Timmy’s dream is a quiet parish in the North Antrim hills. He had no interest in being bishop of Achonry and he wishes his good friend Rev Prof Mullaney every blessing in his future ministry as Archbishop of Dublin.

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Did you ever notice Pat that the Irish News will always try to find a GAA angle ot connection to a story. Even stories about animals. I remember some years ago a story about a lost cat. It told us the cat belonged to Aghaboggle GAA Club secretary. It then reminded us how Aghaboggle has been narrowly defeated in the ulster championship by Tullytotty.
Was it any wonder the cat done a runner!

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I have my bishop’s mobile number and I’m pretty certain so do all the other priests in this diocese. The Irish News are no longer a Catholic newspaper and the Pro Patria et Fide is a bit of a joke nowadays. Most of their columnists are antiCatholic or religiously indifferent. I’m pretty sure the only committed Christian in the IN isn’t a Catholic.

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Most Catholics only read it for the death notices but you can read them online for free now. The Irish News know how to charge for inserting a death notice and they won’t allow you to read any free online content instead making you pay a suscription. Alison Morris who writes for them quoted on social media a few weeks back that she has no time for organised religion.

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Further to the concerns about formation for the priesthood raised in Pat’s letter which the Irish News refused to publish, there appears this sad report in today’s Catholic Herald:

https://catholicherald.co.uk/news/2020/01/29/devastatingly-tragic-news-young-priest-takes-his-own-life/

Of our charity we should certainly pray for the repose of his soul, but it is clear that something went very wrong, and knowing what we know of the conditions under which priests are accepted and formed, we owe it to others and indeed to the entire Church to highlight certain danger signals:

* he was ordained by special dispensation below the canonical age
* his background suggests an over-heated piety such as to Our Lady
* both he and his clerical friends seem very focused on the peculiarly special and elevated nature of a priest’s calling. I should prefer he were still alive rather than being “a priest forever” whatever that means. If marriage no longer obtains in Heaven, surely that a fortiori applies to priesthood?
* he had himself photographed out in the mountains dressed in cassock and collar
* elsewhere he appears in lace

Even should there turn out to be no other factors behind his suicide, I would suggest that this level of fantasy is unworkable when confronted with reality, and he is an unfortunate victim of the system which set him up.

Naturally I am going to be accused of viciousness, and there will be the usual call to let him rest in peace. That is God’s call, whereas here on earth this is something which cannot be swept under the carpet.

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Or he could have been the victim of some pervert predator in formation?
He could have had his trust in God destroyed by utterly corrupt, sociopathic formator priests, bishops, etc.?
Such self-described poisonous atmospheres in seminaries as below are down to the ostensible overseers such as formators and rectors:
https://www.thejournal.ie/maynooth-atmosphere-grindr-poisonous-2911475-Aug2016/
http://www.catholicvoice.ie/index.php/127-is-anyone-really-surprised-that-the-complaints-about-maynooth-are-anonymous
https://www.lumenfidei.ie/maynooth-cesspool-of-liberal-theology-and-heterodoxy/
https://www.google.ie/amp/s/amp.independent.ie/irish-news/maynooth-crisis-excessive-drinking-and-promiscuity-in-the-air-for-decades-34937392.html
https://www.irishtimes.com/news/social-affairs/religion-and-beliefs/maynooth-seminary-a-place-of-psychological-abuse-1.2746481?mode=amp
http://www.bishop-accountability.org/news2005_01_06/2005_06_23_McNamara_WhistleblowerPriest.htm
https://www.google.ie/amp/s/amp.independent.ie/regionals/enniscorthyguardian/news/monsignor-ledwith-dismissed-from-priesthood-by-the-pope-27182838.html

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Really? At 11:43
‘Cesspool of liberal theology?’
No need to read beyond the link address.
Unfortunately, your language reveals a viciousness which is highly unlikely to persuade anyone of the rightness of your argument.

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Thanks 1:14 for the incentive to really read, reflect-on, ruminate, cogitate and meditate upon the state of the National Seminary…

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1:14, There is much more in that article than just Theology.
Your post is a distraction from serious issues such as clerical predators being given carte blanche by negligent bishops and seminary rectors to turn Maynooth into their own private, protected playground.

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Your post is vomit-inducing 11:14 am. Yes, indeed, you are vicious.
I see you are trying to transfer the blame preponderantly on this poor young man. In most cases of suicide there are powerful external forces at work which can drive a victim to take their own life.

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RIP
11.44
There is a time for everything. You could have waited before bringing these thoughts to the public domain. You don’t know who may be reading what you wrote.

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Did 11:14 think of this young man’s parents who are probably good, solid devout Catholics with a devotion to Our Lady and who love, not hate (as many commentators here do), the Church?

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Your rantings and ravings are delusional 11:14. The fact is that most Catholic seminaries are now environments in which formator priests with immature, repressed psycho-sexual problems are given free reign by hierarchs, who themselves have similar issues, to project their warped view of reality on to young vulnerable men who are completely beholden to these sickos in order to proceed to ordination. I’d say this could be more like what was to blame for this poor young man’s suicide.

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Benedict did say that “the smoke of Satan” has entered the Church. It seems to have become a self fulfilling prophecy! Seminaries worldwide full of alcohol fuelled unbridled misdeeds. Sexual impropriety; character assassination, financial misconduct, predatory pastors and recruitment in to criminal networks. eg
Gaynooth. Allice Hall, Oscott, Wonersh locally.

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The catholic seminary system is as it stands should be outlawed. It has degenerated into an asylum overseen by lunatics and psychos.

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Yup, the whole case looks a bit dodgy, and no doubt in time the truth will emerge. It certainly seems odd that this young man was wandering around like he did in cassock, collar, and lace with a very elevated notion of himself as priest. He was setting himself up for a downfall with that kind of mindset. Anyhow, I think rather of his grieving parents, family and friends at this time, and trust that they will eventually find some peace. They might want to ask questions in time themselves, I’m sure.

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4:01pm: The only one who appears odd here and lacking attachment to reality is you.
To the young man’s parents, family and friends your post must read like a two-edged sword swung by a heartless person with zero emotional intelligence, empathy and sympathy.
Your probably a pseudo-cleric who hates the institution and God you made vows to realising your insipid life has nearly passed you by.
I have met many such disgruntled poisonous clerics who instead of manifesting the Spirit of God leave only cynicism and misery in their wake.

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What did you expect him to go round in, a tracksuit? And why do you believe he had a “very elevated notion of himself as priest”?

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@4:48 – I guess you think that anybody who says anything that you don’t like or agree with is a twisted sick fuck ! I think that suggests that you have a problem. Best go get some help, I suggest.

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11.14: Aren’t you a clever guy!! You are an ignorant, insensitive, careless fool. You are attributing all kinds of sinister motivations to the death of this young priest. Have you ever met any person suffering from depression who had suicidal thoughts and ideation? I suspect not because if you had such a human experience you would not assess so dangerously nor speculate so unprofessionally as to the truth of his psychological well being. It suits your twisted logic and agenda to suggest motivations that you know nothing about once it allows you to condemn the Church. His family, relatives and friends don’t need your speculative analysis Or judgment but our prayerful support. People like you are sick.

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Excellent comment 6.08pm.

The 11:14s of this world just use people and sad events to further their ideology and agenda. Sick and callous to the core they are.

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11:14 am is just projecting his own elevated notion of himself on to that poor young deceased priest.
Keep the psycho-analysing to your own thought processes 11:14 am. Leave that young man’s memory alone.

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@5:38. I just thought that an expletive was the best and shortest way to manifest my disgust at your post, that’s all.
At the time of writing I just didn’t have the time to write a longer comment.
An expletive is all your comment deserved anyway.

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Thank you, Magna. You and the posters at 1:15 and 4:01 seem to be the only commentators capable of reading with understanding. I doubt those whom my remarks caused to vomit – apparently – are too fussed by the damage done by priests.

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Most priests have zero faith in God, and this shows in personal crisis.

Yes, it’s easy to sail along in a fair wind (and many do so for all of their lives), but when a tempest arises, the lack of faith is telling when there is a turning to suicidal ideation.

When I say ‘faith’, I am not talking articles of faith, such as those comprising a creed. Even Satan can recite these, and more convincingly than most Romanists. No; I’m talking unshakable, rigid, die-hard belief that God really does give a f**k and will actually intervene, at the right monent and in the right way, if you allow him to.

But that requires faith. And most Romanist priests just don’t possesss it.

What most Romanist priests do at times of crisis in other peoples’ lives is reach for that great big book of platitudes that they have memorised for precisely these occasions and dare to tell a trusting child of God that he sometimes says ‘no’.

Another reason that Romanist priests are utterly, and uncomporomisingly, useless.

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11.14

Most people don’t know this, but in the fairly near past the Roman Strumpet would have called upon even Satan to conceal the fact that this young priest committed suicide: his death is a denal of the Gospel message he undoubtedly preached to others, and that priests in general love to preach (and upon which they wax so …apparently…believingly), that God actually gives a damn about each and every one of us. If they truly accepted this rather than just talked about it, then their generally and utterly useless lives might make a difference to others.

A short story by Frank O’Connor expresses the existential gap between what many Romanist priests say they believe and what they actually believe. ‘An Act of Charity’ is the story of suicide by a young Irish priest. His parish priest takes great steps to avoid the scandal this death would cause if the public got whiff of it, so he bullies into mute conspiracy the doctor, the other curate, and the undertaker. No one, not even the dead priest’s family, knows the truth here.

The story is all about clerical public image: the fantasy that these men believe in a personal God.

And, on a wider scale, this is the story of the Roman Strumpet. She has nothing of substance to offer anyone, because her belief in a personal God is as shallow as a pavement puddle. It’s why she went to extraordinary and criminal lengths to conceal the sexual abuse of children by pervert Romanist priests.

All the Strumpet has is a carefully coiffed image to hide the horror of her ugly features.

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Hi Pat. It seems that your book is not free on Amazon, but is available to read if you purchase a “Kindle Unlimited” subscription (£7.99/month). Can you make it available as a download?

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You parsimonious git. Pat is entitled to the modest royalties his books may earn.
I’m sure you think nothing of having a regular few drinks.
11.24

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He basically fell out with the PP Padraig Murphy and with Bishop Phillip over his type of on the ground ministry. I think the Mother Teresa row was also involved.

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Here I am this afternoon Pat on the big chair howling at this article about Fr Des Wilson and that cheerleader for all things Co Down and GAA. The Irish News.
Years ago in a continued effort to reinforce the “ specialness” of the clergy The Irish News used to print great screeds reporting on the deaths of priests.
Firstly, soon after his passing here was a whole chapter and verse on the priests death. Where he came from, his places of education, any notable degrees, who his relatives were, where he served and even his minor achievements. Even the re roofing of a parochial hall was lauded with a trumpeting akin to the accolades for those who built the Empire State Building. His connections with the GAA and the Pioneers were always mentioned. One notorious faux pas however on the part of the IN concerned a newly deceased priest, described as a great promoter of the Pioneers, who a week before his sudden death was done for drunk driving outside Strabane on his way back from Donegal.
However, this piece of biographical twaddle in the Irish News paled into insignificance when a couple of days later we were treated to a magnificent journalistic extravaganza reporting on the funeral itself.
Often this report could run to half a page. It usually began with the headline HUGE CROWDS ATTEND OBSEQUIES OF BALLYBONKERS PP.
NB how a priest had an obsequies whereas we poor mortals had a funeral.
The piece then usually began with the line ‘His Lordship, the Most Reverend Charles Purplesocks, Bishop of Slight and Underhand, presided at the obsequies yesterday in The Church of Our Lady, Ballybonkers of Fr Willie Underused, PP.,VF. Then we had more of the specialness which was obviously aimed at keeping the Irish News’ uneducated catholic reader spell bound. Terms like Dirge, Chanters, Solemn Office of the Dead and catafalque were all used. Then we had the names of the celebrant, deacon and sub deacon plus the Master of Ceremonies and their connections to the departed Fr Willie. We had the names of hand picked bishops favourites who were described as ‘Attendants at the Episcopal Throne’
We would have been told how the deceased PP’s coffin would have been surrounded by 6 candles and that his coffin was carried head first and by other priests in choir dress. More specialness! Must have been to do with Fr Willie being ‘ontologically changed’
And if all that wasn’t enough we then got a who’s who of the clergy in attendance, usually with their title and form of address.
We had Venerable Archdeacons, Vicars Forane, Monsignori, ( both of the Right Rev and the slightly lower Very Rev rank. Papal Chamberlains and Domestic Prelates. By this stage the unwashed reader Up the Falls or in The Glens must have been completely in awe and consumed with pride to be part of this organisation.
Then came the Canons and they were followed by the ‘ordinary PPs, CCs and members of the religious orders. All named and titled appropriately.
There was however one occasion when a certain Canon from the Mournes was listed as attending. He may well have done. But it sparked incredulity among his parishioners as he had died suddenly the previous night!! Perhaps being ontological change had other fringe benefits.!
Finally the grieving family got a mention, even cousins and their spouses. So also, as an afterthought did the devoted housekeeper/lover of x number of years.
Printing all that nonsense was a reinforcement of the elite caste of clergy in the eyes of those who had to pray up, pay up and shut up.
Little did they know that we would catch them on and are now calling them out.
My late father sick of all the puff like that I have illustrated above often said the Irish News was only good for 3 things. Deaths, The Dugs and being used in the smallest room in the house.
Anyway, a wee glass poured and a quick look at the Telegraph to see if I know anybody in the obituaries

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Of course he is ok. It’s just DD being his old self that we are all used to. Glad to see him back. Anyway more to the point how are you? As I see you’re from the Dub and it’s past 7-30 I hope you haven’t been at the snow and coked out of your wee tree. Bless

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DD
You really are a dinosaur if you can remember that far back. You forgot to mention the black-plumed horses at the head of the cortege.

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Yes, DD, the Romanists love their obsequies…and the more obsequious they are the better.

I remember when one of these spongers (he was lionised on this blog as a good😅 priest) humiliated a little altar boy because the child, unknowingly, took up a position that was reserved only for dead Romanist priests.

‘Where do you think you are?’, the gentle Romanist yelled at the child in front of mourners. ‘A priest’s funeral?’

Isn’t it great when one of these parasites passes away? The altar servers cetainly think so.😕

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What is a devout Catholic? Is it one who overlooks all the goings on in the RCC? By the way can posters cut out the cursing??

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A devout Catholic is a Cathbot: one unthinkingly and unquestioningly obedient to the Roman Strumpet through his or her bishop and priests. A bit (well, a lot, actually) like Irish Catholics who allowed the pimps in clerical collars to thunder against Parnell from their Sunday pulpits.

What was it one of the spongers said?😕 Oh, yes! 😀

‘Parnellism is a simple love of adultery.’

You could tell this one was educated.

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8.06: What a laugh you give us, Bitch Cartwheel…Oh, the mighty one speaketh again through her backside…😚😚😚😚😚😚😚. You should clean that dirty mouth of yours😁😁😁😁::🍋🍋🍋🍋🍋: Try lemons.

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Why is it that when a poster expresses his/her disgust at the RCC, they are being accused of a rant and faux outrage. Surely this defense has run its course. Address the issues raised and stop this stupid crap about it being a rant or faux outrage

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7.59

Priest-parasites and the Cathbots (but mostly the former) use this defence because it is simple, and easily remembered.

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7.59: Magn-Know-it-All-Opinion-on-All-Things Carta: Back ranting again. Round and round you go on the Ferris Wheel dropping off you s***e when you enter the faux outrage height. Go drink your p**s: it might sober you up. It’s such a pity that hatred omes so easily to you. You could use that volcanic energy and funnel it into mighty charitable deeds – like helping the homeless and poor. I’m off on my soup run. We’re looking for help in Belfast. Care to volunteer? Now this work would ost certainly sober you up into real life. (Of course you need to be of a charitable, empathetic and compassionate disposition!).

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9.02

Oh, look!😨

A do-gooder. 😲

I hope the homeless people you need to feel wonderful about yourself tell you where to shove your watery soup.😅

(Just sayin’, like. Y’know?)

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10.00: Poor sod Mags. Just go and live the gospel. People like you with so much vanity, narcissism and nastiness need to get out from behind your laptops. Magna, the soup kitchens in Belfast are looking for true Christian volunteers. Come and join us lovey, not as a do gooder but to make a real difference to others. We’ll teach you how to pour soup and make sandwiches.

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Ah ! The term do-gooder is usually a last resort of a cynical (bitter & twisted) mindset to denigrate that which others do but which they themselves are incapable of emulating.

Added to that consideration we have in the comment of 10:00, an attempt at blackening the motives of the earlier poster, and all of that without a shred of evidence.

Clearly, the dearth of evidence never bothered the poster, as a superficial perusal of her comments will testify.

The remarks remind me of one of that small number of seminarians in Maynooth, from the north of Ireland who were unionist sympathisers.

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4.52: Themes of book…Humility, Truth and Fidelityn to the Ways of God (About which I know nothing…).

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10.34
And greetings in return.
I’m Magna, the uncanonised, unlionised saint of this blog. A real one mind, none of that Romanist pretension with its makey-up canon of (mostly clerical, of course) saints.

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Pat I’ve tried to find out more about Fr Des Wilson’s play ,”“HOW TO READ THE IRISH NEWS WITH BOKIN”, but I can’t find any reference to it online. The only result on Google is a mention you made to it on this blog 6 years ago. Do you or anyone else on this blog have any information about it?

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