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THE ONGOING SAGA OF FR JOHN PAUL LYTTLE OF PORTSMOUTH DIOCESE.

an interview with Fr JP Lyttle

‘IT’S AN AMAZING LIFE AND IT JUST KEEPS GETTING BETTER.’

What were your misconceptions about Priesthood before discerning it?

Who inspired you on your journey?

When I first started to think about the priesthood, I wondered if I would be stifled, I wasn’t sure if the priesthood would give me enough opportunity to go out and explore life.  Would I be restricted to the Church building and the presbytery?  Also I wondered if I could manage the studies as I didn’t have a degree and my experience at school wasn’t exactly great.

As I would go to Mass week in and week out, it kind of remained routine until a newly ordained deacon arrived in my parish which brought everything alive for me, this led me to explore my faith and come to know Jesus Christ who would change my life for ever. 

My greatest worry when discerning my vocation was whether I could cope without a family of my own and if I could still keep my friends and the people I loved in my life?

What was your greatest worry when discerning your vocation?

What have been the highlights of living out your vocation?

The highlights of my ministry so far are celebrating daily Mass, celebrating my cousin’s wedding, baptising my nephew and helping the many people go home to Heaven, by absolving their sins and putting them at peace with God before they die, one of my main tasks as a hospital chaplain.

What would you say to someone else considering Priesthood?

I would say to you if you are considering following Jesus as a priest, give everything you’ve got.  It’s an amazing life and it just keeps getting better!  If you want meaning in your life then go down this road, it’s a beautiful adventure and you will see and experience things that will give you so much life and joy!

How is the lived reality of your vocation different to how you had perceived it?

My lived reality of being a priest is that I have more friends than I’ve ever had before, I am out all the time to share in people’s lives and my life couldn’t be richer with the various events and experiences I have the privilege to have! 

How has living your vocation brought you joy?

Being a priest brings a great sense of joy because you get to share in people’s lives at every level.  From birth to death and everything in between, sometimes in the same day! People give you access to their world not because of you but because you are Christ, you share in His Priesthood.  It is a beautiful privilege. 


Guernsey Press

Window-fall priest is amazing doctors

News | Published: Jun 20, 2009

A TRAINEE priest from Guernsey, who plunged 20ft from a loft window, has amazed doctors after showing signs of recovery.

John Paul Lyttle, 28 (pictured), was smoking with a woman and two men, aged between 18 and 21, from the window in a church-owned flat in Isleworth, London, at 4am on Monday morning when he fell, landing on a concrete patio.


He is being treated at Charing Cross Hospital for severe head and back injuries and has been in a coma since his fall, but is believed to have regained some awareness and sense of touch.


Mr Lyttle had recently rejoined his studies for the Catholic priesthood.


The Rev. Ray Lyons, with whom he was staying, said he was a young man of incredible faith.

RAY LYONS


‘He is an inspiration. We’ve been contacted by people from across the globe. It’s astonishing,’ he said.


Mr Lyons, who has lived in Isleworth for 29 years and had been away at the weekend, has known Mr Lyttle for 11 years since he started his training for the priesthood.

PAT SAYS

I have never met John Paul Lyttle but I know many who have.

He was a seminarian for Down and Connor in Belfast.

He left D&C after the convicted sex offender James Donaghy attempted to seduce him in his presbytery.

He went for Portsmouth diocese and was a seminarian at Oscott.

Everyone who knows him likes him and says he is a nice chap.

BUT

I think John Paul suffers from the syndrome that is sweeping through and causing mayhem in our seminaries.

124 replies on “THE ONGOING SAGA OF FR JOHN PAUL LYTTLE OF PORTSMOUTH DIOCESE.”

I dare say we all get the picture. Back in the eighties I recall advertisements which regularly appeared in the back pages of the Catholic press of a very good looking dark-haired young priest in immaculate well-tailored cassock, collar and cotta giving the thumbs up as very pleased with himself with the caption, “I’ve found just what I was looking for.” This disaster waiting to happen was advertising a life with the Legionaries of Christ. I am quite prepared to accept that John Paul has qualities that helped a number of people, but he will disappoint those people if doesn’t live up to his own Saviour complex. As so often with the troubled co-dependency between clergy and the sheep, one wonders who is kidding whom.

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Co dependency yr on th ball@ 11.59. I believe it is the old sublimation syndrome. The family is my parishes Service is necessary but unregulated it is a tik ready to go tock and 🤯 hi

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Good Afternoon hi fly@ 2.09,
Begorra fly speakin of co-dependency a fellow on the blog yesterday claimed
I am you and you are me and we are one. What would that bring to mind. Superman.
Might be symptomatic of other syndromes roaming ’round the place.
Mind how you go. We’re living in quare times.
Bye bye fly hi.

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‘JOHN PAUL’ Lyttle?
JC! I’m already put off.
Anyone named for that Polish, paedophile/ephebophile-protecting bastard seems destined to turn out, er, controversial. 😕

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That was my first thought as well. There used to be a Tyburn nun called Mother John Paul and she would say, ‘I had the name first’. 🤣

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Spongers, the lot o’ ’em.
And that, sadly, is the truth.
These men are useless, utterly USELESS.
They do not give to a community: they TAKE ftom it.
Can you imagine a world FREE of Romanist SPONGING parasites?
It would be one financially better off.

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12.58: The most useless piece of parasitical, poisonous, rampant hate-filled human being speaks again. Not ever knowing intimately or socially any particular person/priest, he makes obnoxious judgments. Magna, yiu are a sub species, the biggest, sickening virus. KEEP AWAY FROM CHILDREN AND VULNERABLE PEOPLE. A reject, unwanted in seminary seeks revenge in hatred. Sad.

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Magna at the drunken hour of 12.58: what’s wrong with you? Are the pills not working? Your mumsy told you not to mix pills with alcohol. Listen to her, you reprobate. You self imploding heap of uselessness. No doubt as the hate mongrel, you’ll strike back…😘🐆🐆🐆😘🐺🐺🎃🎃🎃🐷🐷🐆🐆🐆..

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Re 1:05am the point of Pat’s post is to draw attention yet again to the disparity between what the clergy claim to be and what they actually are. These self-deluded young men – though JP is too old now for the butter wouldn’t melt in his mouth routine – are encouraged in their ego trip until it all goes arse up – as it were – and then we get “further study”, “break from ministry “ ( does that mean he stops representing Christ for a while ? ) or simply silence. Compare the case of Daniel Seward who never missed a photo opportunity when Provost of the Oxford Oratory until disappearing overnight until very quietly reappearing from behind the curtains at York. Were the kids at the local primary school still being told he had gone to live with Jesus – as Daniel, self-effacing now but not then – had posted not long before his hasty departure?

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You are totally feckin obsessed with this Daniel and Oxford. You clearly fancy him and are bereft at his departure. Yet another sex obsessed person on here.

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Haha! Nice try, Lottie @3:54 but don’t you think you might undermine your defence of Daniel by drawing attention to his charming a certain type of unmarried Catholic gentleman, of whom I infer you are one yourself? I have never met him, so can hardly miss him, but his name has popped up on various unpleasantly right wing Catholic sites over the years, and, if the opinionated judgmental narcissistic shit has got his come-uppance, I’d be glad to know about it. That’s all.

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A gentleman I wish him well but I think the quality of his life will be improved by being away from the priesthood, his interview should be taken with a pinch of salt but I would have thought that was obvious

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“I think John Paul suffers from the ‘syndrome’ that is sweeping through and causing mayhem in our seminaries.”
If by “syndrome” you mean “faggotry” Bp Pat, I imagine you could be right.

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I do question saying ‘ You are Christ’ it’s in a ritualised Sacramental way surely ? It’s typical of the modern confusion coming out of Oscott, at one time the seminary chapel had a concrete and steel altar and lectern , they sold the Pugin donated lectern to the New York Met, and the students baked the loaves for the Supper of The Lord very seventies, now it’s an Anglican style mess, lots of talk of the Cure DArs while singing Colours of Day and the Coventry Gloria it’s neither fish nor fowl with a heavy drinking culture , the website reveals it’s Pugin and Benediction liturgy while hanging around in hoodies doing charity work like youth workers from the 80s no wonder they drink and like boys

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I imagine there was a big collective sigh of relief when that particular notice went up in Portsmouth Diocese. Will Noele Gordon take him back to D&C? I wonder.

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Surely no parish in Elsie’s diocese would tolerate young men being invited to smoke and drink on church property until the early hours of the morning?

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“I think John Paul suffers from the syndrome that is sweeping through and causing mayhem in our seminaries.
Pat I am amused at your use of the term “Our seminaries” You have long since abandoned any right to refer to anything in the Catholic Church as “our” since by your wicked and willful acts you are an excommunicate.
Mind “YOUR OWN” business. May the virus be with you!

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Oh dear, so it was your parish, Father @ 10:31 am? I infer Elsie was not best pleased, being less sentimental and deluded than JP’s other priest friend who marvelled at his strength of faith and heroism? And where is that now, might one ask?

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You clearly get off on this stuff and such terminology. If truth be known you are probably the biggest gay in the village yourself. Get a life.

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Does JP Little know who he really is ? From what I know of his story, he has been all over the place, and there is a sense of a man who is struggling to understand and come to terms with who he is. An aspect – a very significant and important aspect of this – will be his sexuality, which in time honoured Catholic ways he will have been encouraged to diminish and ignore, but in the end it is such an important aspect of the whole person that it will out and will demand to be addressed. Current seminary training does not adequately deal with things like this, in spite of seminary rectors and formatters telling us that human and personal development is very much part of the curriculum in seminaries. In fact, it is a careless random smattering of stuff delivered by people who themselves bring a warped understanding of sexuality, which is not taken that seriously and is done just to be seen to be done. Sexuality and human and personal development in most seminaries is inadequate, dangerously so, and it is no surprise that a huge number of young priests leave in their early years, with sexuality issues at the core of their reasons for departing. It is no wonder that this is the case given that no matter how much seminaries pretend they address these issues, in fact they are all predicated on a rather odd and disabling understanding of sexuality, which the Church over the centuries has consistently failed to put in to right perspective, with the results that we see. The JP Little affair, the seminary dysfunction, the inadequacy of priests in this area, are all signs that the Church needs to address the issue of sexuality and humanity, and to do so in a positive and constructive way rather than seeing it as something ‘iffy’, questionable, an occasion of sin, and generally seeing sexuality as bad, wrong and evil, which informs every aspect of Church teaching and causes such dislocation and disorder, both institutional and personal.

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All very true! This could be a good post today. Perhaps we could do a round up of the latest in our seminaries to see how many other John Pauls are coming through the production line. I agree with Magna: that name gives me the creeps – take a look at the quotation from the Polish fraud on the Portsmouth Vocations site. And we still wonder why we enable dysfunction and absence of integrity.

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Not surprised JP is taking time out and it’s not because of the ‘syndrome’ you have dreamt up in your head. That only suits your own particular agenda Pat. If you had any knowledge of Portsmouth you will find JP is one of a string of clerics who have taken time out. This also includes it’s former vocations director Fr Lyons and other PP’s. They have become totally disillusioned by the autocratic right wing leadership of +Phyllis Egan. Portsmouth was the most liberal diocese before Egan got forced upon them and it’s not a happy place at all. When CMOC was asked how Egan managed to slip into Portsmouth he answered that he had missed his flight to Rome. In otherwards if he had attended the appointment of bishops meeting Egan would never have got near Portsmouth and Dark Mavis in Shrewsbury. Elsie has managed to get her fair share of liberal appointments though.

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That is definitely true about Egan and Dark Mavis. I think Cormac actually said that that’s what happens when you take your eye off the ball, though how did the old fool manage to miss his flight?

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That old fraud and repressed gay CMOC should not have been allowed anywhere near the episcopal appointment process, after the Gatwick Airport affair.

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Bishop Egan took him in and ordained him after knowing him well as his prof at Oscott, neither Egan or Davis are right wing they have a little bit of sentimental attachment to their childhood memories of full churches and May processions but that’s about it they are not going to do or say anything different from any of the other Bishop’s of England and Wales they may wear the odd Pugin vestment and have a conservative view on marriage but that’s as far as it goes very shallow

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I understand why you didn’t post my earlier comment 😉
Perhaps this will be acceptable.
Bishop Egan’s lack of discernment is shown by his support of the Abbot of Farnborough. 🍑

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Of course, scandal or Grindr is the first thing that goes through your mind, Bp Pat, whenever you read a farewell-good-riddance type notice like that.

Also, Bp Pat, please note there is a new dating site for men with small penises and the people who love them. We know priests and seminarians are not too choosey.

https://dinkyone.com/

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12.12: I’d say that the poster at 11.36 doesn’t have a willie – probably a vagina instead….or may be transitioning, the little whore…

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How did Guernsey born and bred JP Lyttle end up in the Wing? Didn’t he try his hand with the Frannies too, before ending up is Oscott? Why was he sent to Oscott? Sems for Portsmouth usually go to Alice Hall or one of the English colleges overseas, not up to Birmingham.

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Pat, each day for the past week you havecalliwed Magna Carta, whoever “it” us, to make the most obnoxious, hate filled invective against priests. We are subjected to vicious, nasty, unkind and reckless commentary. It is unjustified, it is immoral, it is commentary which appears to be induced by either drink or drugs. It is constant, horrible and unjust. Allowing MC to make such offensive commentary on a daily basis places you as chief facilitator of this dangerous rhetoric.

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No it is not 1:48pm. The vast majority of clergy I have met over my long life are not self-centred. The poster at 1:24pm speaks for many. We are not “sheep” or so-called “cathbots”. What’s going on here is absolutely despicable. It is driven by hatred, lies, bigotry and sheer evil. Priests are human and have the same faults as the rest of us; but the twisted attack upon every priest, orchestrated by Buckley and his faceless trolls, is an absolute disgrace and every right-thinking person can see through it, to the malevolence that underlies it.

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1.24
JC! 😨
We are dealing not only with kiddie-fiddlers in the Romanist priesthood, but with barefaced defamers as well. Can you prove, priest, that I am on drugs, or drunk? Can you? What is your evidence for these outrageous statements about me? That others here make the same or similar statements? You have absolutely no evidence for these; not one of you has. And yet, you make these offensive comments about me anyway.
It is your machievellian way of discrediting my posts by attempting to assasinate my character, through direct lies, or by insinuation. If you, priest, and these others were genuine Christians, you would have troubled consciences over this. The fact that you don’t adds grist to my mill that there is absolutely no such thing as a good Romanist priest. Fool that you are priest, you sustain my narrative about Romanist priesthood and Romanist priests.
I, on the other hand, have tons of evidence that Romanist priesthood seems to be coming down with kiddie-fiddlers, and with those who protected them and lied about them, thereby enabling further kiddie-fiddling.
I don’t know, priest, whether you personally are, or were, a kiddie-fiddler, but I do know that should urge any parent who does not know you, intimately, to exercise supreme caution by not allowing their kids to be alone with you, or with anyone like you.
And I should always advise these parents to question their children after they have been to confession, no matter how intimately they knew (or supposed they knew) the potential kiddie-fiddler who heard their confession. In fact, I should advise ALL parents to keep their children away from this Romanist practice: it is not biblical, and it would obviate any risk that their children might be fiddled with, in one way or another, while being in the company of said potential kiddie-fiddler. Have them confess instead to Christ, daily, since he is the only one who can absolve sin, not some actual, or possible, kiddie-fiddler.

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Lol Magna, they won’t accept the fact that RC priest and kiddie fiddler have become synonymous outside their world but you’re well on the way to forcing them to 👍

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5:54 pm

‘ If you, priests, and these others, were genuine Christians, you would have troubled consciences..’

That remark also applies to the outrageous ABOMINATION of child sexual abuse and abuse of vulnerable adults
and it’s cover up by Catholic leaders. And some of these people claim they are being victimized on this blog, while they constantly engage in ranting lies and abuse. What are some of them like off this blog! Duplictious, no doubt.

Some shocking comments are posted daily on this blog, from supposed priests,supposed moral and spiritual lesders.

Why are they in ministry! One has to wonder.

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Diarmuid Martin is devastated Pat. All flights to Rome are cancelled! This will be the longest time that he has ever spent in Dublin 😱😱😱

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What does “some time away from ministry mean”? Will JP continue to receive a salary from the diocese and be provided with housing? There are a good number of priests who have chucked in their job for a variety of reasons, yet continue to be funded and feather-bedded by their diocese or order for decades. Nice work if you can get it. Most people who decide they are in the wrong job have to quit and find something else pronto to keep a roof over their heads. Yet another instance of how priests claim to embody Christ in the world, but are exempt from having to cope with everyday realities.

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In reply to 3:22 and 7:15, I feel no more “hard done by” for not having robbed a bank and living off the proceeds or for not reaping the rewards of any other criminal activity. I would rather the police prosecute those who prey on society, and with regard to the Roman Catholic clergy I am inclined to agree with Magna that these men are parasites who exploit the gullibility of those who mistakenly place their trust in them and are consequently deceived and exploited. So no, Father, I do not feel hard done by, but feel a modest pride in earning a living and supporting my family. I realize, Father, this is a world alien to you and your fellow priests. You may indeed find it incomprehensible that everyone would not wish to join the clerical gravy train – but then who would foot the bill? – and then you don’t do women, do you? Oh, dear me, no.

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You just need to go through diocesan directories of priests. There are a great many who are ‘retired’, and that is fair enough after decades of ministry, and they are quite rightly given a retirement stipend, housing and support. Nobody can complain about that. However, there are a good number of “c/o Bishop’s House”, and these are the ones who have not retired but have been sidelined, furloughed, kicked in to the long grass, perhaps even in prison. I know of a good number who are living their lives in this way, being financially supported by the diocese and expecting to be so for the rest of their lives, because they are not going to be allowed back in to ministry. Is that right ? Or should those who are of an age to go and work be asked to do so to support themselves ? Or a mix of the two ? I suppose it’s done on a case by case arrangement. Some would say that it is better to keep priests who have been sidelined for the obvious to be kept in-house so that they can be managed and surveilled, rather than being let loose with all the consequential risks that has. I particularly wonder about the younger ones – the Rory’s, the JP Little’s – etc, and what they are up to. Oh, and keep in mind that many of these guys end up doing all sorts of courses, and retreats, and residential courses in psychological institutes etc., which cost a bomb and are financed by the diocese. Often abroad in sunny places. I’m just minded that in other ways of life and business, once you have blotted your copybook you are out / sacked / terminated / let go, and you look after yourself. Not in the Church, it seems.

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It’s you again isn’t it – Mr hard done by. You poor little thing. If that’s all you’ve got to worry and complain about then you must have a sad little life. Are you not able to retire yet and put your feet up? Poor baby.

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It depends how old they are, but younger ones like JP usually sign a confidentiality agreement in return for a resettlement grant. Exceptions seem to be made in some cases, e.g., Rory Coyle, who, apparently, has been provided with a flat in London plus £26,000 a year.

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Pat. It is curious to observe bishops in various parts of the world, including +Keenan in Paisley announce that they have ‘dispensed’ people from the obligation of attending Mass on Sundays due to the virus pandemic.
In these circumstances the positive law imposing the obligation ceases to exist due to physical and moral danger. In Canon Law the obligation ceases to exist, so dispensation is superfluous and ineffective.

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At 3:23 – not a very erudite or canonically-correct comment to claim that “…in Canon Law the obligation ceases to exist.“

The Irish bishops en masse issued a similar announcement about people’s being dispensed.

It’s a good idea to clarify and make the circumstance explicit.

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So-called ‘obligation’ here never existed: there never was any objective prescription. This was a man-made instruction, like the 613 prescriptions of Mosaic Law.

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5.20: Margaret. Go back to you cave. You are making a fool of yourself. You are the virus we all need to be free of. Virus Carta – go to bed…

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I wonder if, in the coming weeks, regular Massgoers will get used to not going to Mass and then decide never to go back?
Why is lacklustre Larry cancelling all public Masses in Clogher diocese, when all the pubs, cinemas and clubs are open and the supermarkets in the diocese are packed out?

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Yes, JP Lyttle is indeed afflicted with the syndrome that is sweeping seminaries, and at its root is clericalism.
Consider his comment about Jesus: Lyttle speaks of following Jesus as a priest. But Jesus wasn’t a priest; this is a later, theological attribution; Romanist priesthood was not part of Jesus’ ministry on Earth. Moreover, his followers referred to him as ‘rabbi’, not as ‘Father’.
There were absolutely no priests, of any description, in the early church; in fact, only in the Letter to the Hebrews is there reference to the ‘priesthood’ of Christ. Nowhere else in the New Testament is there any other such reference.
The author of Hebrews was addressing people who were on the point of ditching Christianity and returning to their Jewish faith. To keep them steadfast, he stressed Christianity’s superiority (as he believed) to Judaism, including his point that Christ’s ‘priesthood’ was superior to the Jewish, Levitical priesthood. It’s called nowadays ‘the hard sell’, and like many a hardsell, there is exaggeration, even fabrication.
Another glib and stupid comment by Lyttle is ‘if you want meaning in your life, go down this road’ , that is, ‘become a Romanist priest’. Excuse me.😕 So no other function in life has meaning other than Romanist priesthood? That would exclude Jesus, then, since he was not part of the club, Kiddie Fiddlers Inc.

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5:15
“There were absolutely no priests, of any description, in the early church; in fact, only in the Letter to the Hebrews is there reference to the ‘priesthood’ of Christ.”
Erroneous and deficient and Wikipedia-based conclusions.
1. Hebrews is not a letter.
2. Hebrews refers to Jesus as High Priest.
3. 1 Peter refers to the royal priesthood of believers.
QED

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5.34

I’m going to enjoy thrashing you here.

QED? 😕

The only things you have demonstred here are ignorance, haste, and stupidity. All qualities belonging to you alone. 😅

First, EVERY ‘book’ of the New Testament, excluding Acts and Revelation, is called ‘epistolary’; ‘a letter’, in another word.

Yes, I do know that the author of Hebrews calls Jesus a ‘high priest’. What is your point? If Jesus was a priest, then obviously he had a priesthood. (Duh 😩)

As for your final non-point, I know that 1 Peter speaks of the royal priesthood of believers, but he is speaking of Christians here, not of Jesus. My point concerns Jesus alone. You weren’t paying attention.

You’re a seminarian, aren’t you? Or are studying R.E.?

It really does show.

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Magna, I love your intelligence and wittiness and in depth knowledge of scripture. did you study in Maynooth? PHD?

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@6.24 Wikipedia user.
Breaking news in Gospel scholarship:
“First, EVERY ‘book’ of the New Testament, excluding Acts and Revelation, is called ‘epistolary’; ‘a letter’, in another word.” (Dr Dr Magna Carta) [‘A letter’ are actually two words.] Your doctorates are not in maths or humanities, or N.T. or theology.

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5.34
By the way, prove that my post is Wikipedia-based.
Or are you just another poster here so desperate to discredit my intelligence and learning that you’ll debase youselves by telling lies about me?

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Dear 7:03
Your ‘intelligence and learning’ need no further discrediting than the vulgar contexts in which what you post is couched.

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And went to a Patrician High school……high indeed, “streulling” up that street, past “Wee Jack’s”, and ‘right’ up the high hill past the rarely used bike shed?

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12.26

I have just read your silly post. The phrase ‘in a word’ is idiomatic for ‘briefly’; it does not mean literally ‘in one word’.

Idiot. 😀

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+ Vin has bigger problems to worry about than the temporary coronavirus. He’s still struggling with the Choir School / Choir; he’s still reeling under the IICSA damning indictment of him; and he’s still hated by large numbers of his own clergy. Concentrate on the big issues, Vin, and leave the passing ones to others to worry a about, because the big ones will still be with you in a few months. Hopefully, all this will pass in time for his retirement and for frequent back and forths to Rome – like CMOC. Rome is a refuge in time of need, surely !

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5.24
‘Worshippers’ should place their faith in Christ, not in a Romanist ritual, and certainly not in technology.
The Body of Christ is already within them; they need only turn to it for that succour.

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5.37: Bishop Cullinan is right. No need to by cynical. It’s a testing time for medical and health care personnel; a testing for small businesses; a testing time for all professionals who deal with the sick, the homeless, the housebound and all who are vulnerable. It’s a testing time for clergy who have to visit the sick, housebound and bereaved. It’s a time to be together in caring, kindness and generosity, looking out for each other. It’s not a time for smarmy, stupid comments or for trivializing the seriousness of this virus. We Christians need to turn to God in prayer.

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Cullinan is a total, uninspired, traditionalist (from a spiritual point) idiot.

To suggest that this is a time of testing is to imply that God instituted the test, that is, that he gave us Covid-19.

Bollocks!

This is akin to the Muslim school that advocates Ash-arism: the belief that God acts only through first causes, not through Natural Law. In other words, ‘God alone is responsible for every catastrophe ever to have struck humankind, from the Flood through Bubonic Plague all the way to modern Tsunamis’.

No wonder people become angry with God when they hear this shit, from tossers like Phonsie.😕

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I understand why you didn’t post my earlier comment 😉
Perhaps this will be acceptable.
Bishop Egan’s lack of discernment is shown by his support of the Abbot of Farnborough. 🍑

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6.24: Magser can’t bear being found out for the lying Trollope that he is. His Wikipedia information isn’t always correct. You are wrong. You, Mags, by virtue of your deep hatred and bigotry and thrashing of your God given dignity by vulgar, ignorant comments have placedvyourself outside God’s family. Indeed, you are a horrible individual. As you are not yet obviously drunk, your comnent by way of correction is simply ignorant.

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8 58: Magna Carta = hatred, poison, envy, dysfunctionality, plagiarist, sub human, nastiness, vicious troll, mocker of truth, a stubborn drunkard. Something devoud of human decency, to be avouded. (Wikipedia…). 😄😄😄😄🌰🌰🌰🌰🥒🥒🥒🥒😆😆😆

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“Bishops expressed their deep gratitude to Monsignor Ciarán O’Carroll of the Archdiocese of Dublin for his generous ministry as Rector of the Pontifical Irish College, Rome, which comes to an end after nine years of service. Bishops announced that Father Paul Finnerty of the Diocese of Limerick, currently Vice-Rector, will become Acting-Rector of the College. The current director of formation, Father John Coughlan of the Diocese of Elphin, will become vice-rector.”

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Even by your pretty much non-existent “standards”, Pat, what you have attempted and are attempting, with this blog about Fr Lyttle, is the lowest of the low, despicable and ghastly.

I do not know the man personally but relatives in Portsmouth diocese think the world of him.

Anyone unfortunate enough to arouse your prurient interest, provoke your ire, tickle your fancy, or otherwise attract your basilisk stare, becomes the victim of the most hateful and slanderous online bullying, by you and lunatics like the truly deranged “Magna Carta”, as well as perverts like “Mick” at 9:54am who would like to “dabble” with Fr JP.

It’s truly disgusting. You really can’t leave anyone alone can you? You are a cyber bully and the other loathsome trolls you attract, make for one of the most wicked blog sites in cyber space.

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Oh yes, “Magna Carta”! Sure I wouldn’t miss it – all solely on your account! Your insanity is like watching a car crash – sort of a horrified fascination. You truly are spectacularly deranged 😆🙄

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8.59: Magna, make sure the gin bottle is broken before you lie on it tonight. The sharp edged pieces might weaken you up to reality – your very deranged and blurred reality. You are delusional and dangerously dysfunctional.

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To one of the RCC’s useful idiots at 8:45 pm, I’d ask whether the relatives in Portsmouth also think the world of their local bus driver or postman or the lady on the check outs at Tesco. Of course they don’t. They only give this kind of attention to John Paul Lyttle because he is a priest, so they are so grateful for any platitude which trips off his lips. Were JP a normal bloke, he would not feature on this blog. He chose to sell himself in terms which he could not possibly live up to, and, now after only a few years in ministry, he is going off to find himself, albeit still at the expense of the faithful, who, having been treated to accounts of his heroic faith and virtue, might reasonably want to know what he’s up to now.

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Whereas what we really want to know is whether there is anybody JP wants to dabble with. You are not telling me the same thought hasn’t crossed Egan’s mind. Or is Father Lyttle planning to spend his time on retreat, say at nearby Farnborough? That should be good.

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9:31 pm – what’s really “pathetic” is wasting precious time arguing with an Internet troll. That’s what “Carta” is. An utterly irrational and hate driven troll. You don’t argue with hysterical and bombastic trolls. You are best to ignore them.

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