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VATICAN AND IRISH BISHOPS – KEEP YOUR INDULGENCES AND CONSECRATIONS AND INSTEAD GIVE MONEY AND EQUIPMENT TO THE HEALTH SERVICE.

THE WHOLE WORLD IS UNDER THE MOST SERIOUS THREAT SINCE WORLD WAR 11 AND ALL THE VATICAN AND IRISH BISHOPS CAN COME UP WITH IS MEDIEVAL INDULGENCES AND MARIAN CONSECRATIONS!

CONSERVATION IN PHONSIE’S PRIVATE CHAPEL

P = PHONSIE

IHM = IMMACULATE OF MARY

P: I’ve great news for you IHM. The Irish Bishops are going to consecrate Ireland to you to cure the Coronavirus.

IHM: WHAT! and are you doing anything practical for the infected, the sick and the dying?

P; What had you in mind IHM?

IHM: Like all 26 dioceses in Ireland giving a ventilators to the Health Service. They are only €80,000 each and each diocese has millions in the bank?

P; Phonsie looking shocked

IHM: Like each diocese giving half its savings to the doctors to get medicines etc to treat the sick?

P: Phonsie breathing become laboured.

IHM: Like each parish offering its churches, halls and presbyteries for recuperating patients.

P: Phonsie’s mouth twitching when he’s angry.

IHM: And will tell that Argie in Rome to stop giving out those meaningless indulgences that caused the Reformation.

P: Phonsie looking like he does in the pic above.

IHM: I dont need countries consecrated to my heart. My son consecrated the whole of mankind to Himself on Calvary. Do you forget that Big P?

And while I’m at it, how dare you refuse Body and Blood of my Son to my devoted servant in Larne  Bishop Buckley.

P: Right if that the way you want to play this, Baby, there’ll be no consecrations, no more Rosaries, no more Knock and Lourdes and no more of us bishops and priests making you a goddess. No clear off and get out of my sight!

Dumb Broad. The Bible was right. “Can anything good come out of Nazareth”

THE LAUGHING MADONNA

Indifference (a.k.a. When Jesus Came to Golgotha)

Geoffrey Studdert-Kennedy
(1883-1929)

Matthew 25:31-46

When Jesus came to Golgotha
They hanged Him on a tree,
They drave great nails through hands and feet,
And made a Calvary.
They crowned Him with a crown of thorns;
Red were His wounds and deep,
For those were crude and cruel days,
And human flesh was cheap.

When Jesus came to Birmingham,
They simply passed Him by;
They never hurt a hair of Him,
They only let Him die.
For men had grown more tender,
And they would not give Him pain;
They only just passed down the street,
And left Him in the rain.

Still Jesus cried, “Forgive them,
For they know not what they do.”
And still it rained the winter rain
That drenched Him through and through.
The crowds went home and left the streets
Without a soul to see;
And Jesus crouched against a wall
And cried for Calvary.


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200 replies on “VATICAN AND IRISH BISHOPS – KEEP YOUR INDULGENCES AND CONSECRATIONS AND INSTEAD GIVE MONEY AND EQUIPMENT TO THE HEALTH SERVICE.”

Begorra this virus thing has quare effects. I thought indulgences were outlawed by common sense. Are they still selling Mass cards in the shops. Pay as ya pray hi. Fella said today in petrol shop. I’m not religious but…. is the world being paid back for the way we are. Why should we apologise about God. I wonder if God would apologise about his church and the anthill mob that runs it but

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Mornin, hi fly.
Begorra fly quare effects is putting it mildly.
Cards are still on sale no prob. I’m praying not paying where I’m bunkered.! No time.
As for payback from God- that might be a theological matter!
Fear not fly, they’ll be on their knees saying mea culpa before too long.
May the Force be with you. +
Bye bye, hi fly.

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Could Fr Derek Darby of Mullingar sell some of the many houses for clergy in his parish? Perhaps just leave two houses: one for priests and one for the bishop(s).
That way he wouldn’t have to be asking hard pressed parishioners to dip into their pockets for the Cathedral and he could use whatever’s left over to donate towards the cost of ventilators at Mullingar hospital.

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I am as cynical as you about Romanist bishops’ rummaging around in their medieval spiritual apothecary in search of balm for trying modern circumstances. But it makes them look good, doesn’t it? Really useful? As though they are performing an essential, and quintessentially superior, service to humankind, above and beyond even that of people who really do matter here, medical personnel.
And it is all done with a polished and practiced flouish and ceremony that seems to insist on immediate and fulsome gratitude from others. I’d bet these men feel preternaturally pleased with themselves when all is said, and solemnly done. There is nothing quite like the self-satisfaction that follows self-congratulation.
But, as I asked on a previous blog, if Pope Francis can knock time off in Purgatory for people😅 , then why the hell must they wait to contract Coronavirus for it? What’s wrong with any other time? Why can’t he dispense these favours everyday? After all, that treasurse chest of merit in Heaven they talk about can’t be emptied, can it? So why does the old meanie not hand out to the faithful, and everyday, these By-pass Purgatory cards? Because once one is issued, the faithful, being the faithless (to God), inevitably relapse into sin…and right back into the prospect of porridge in Purgatory. Which makes the papal indulgence of issuing plenary indulgences seem, well, pointless really. A lot like Sisyphus’ task in Greek mythology. The gods punished poor Sisyphus by having him roll back up a hill a huge boulder that would eternally roll back down.
As for consecrating Ireland to the IHM, er, why?😕 Mary can’t take what does not belong to her. And she would not do so anyhow, since, like her Son, she respects the freedom of every person to say ‘no’ to his offer of salvation.
But not the Irish bishops. Being the thieves they are, they presume to take what does not belong to them either, Ireland, and hand it over to her. As I said, too, on a previous blog, there’s hubris for you.
The Irish bishops would have Mary handling stolen goods, effectively. 😕 But I suppose if she had to handle such goods, she’d rather these than the stolen innocence and lives of her little ones raped, molested, and driven to suicide by priests, and by the bishops who protected them, and enabled and facilitated their further kiddie-fiddling.
You know, were I Mary, I’d be livid (I really would😬) at the brazen audacity of these men’s offering me anything other than their collective shame.
Followed by their individual resignations.

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12.15: Crappy caca. As crappy as tge brain that thinks this up. Pure hatred. Get out from your duvet. Fid you offer pat anything for his Go Fund Me???? Crrepy fool.

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Magna I think you should demand an apology for that comment, which is gratuitously comparing you to a pancake. At least I imagine that’s what creppy means. Unless it’s meant to be preppy, which also isn’t you in your red hoodie.

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12.15: More faux outrage. All this wasted negative energy – all self destructive. What a waste of a human life to spend it hating, hating and hating almost every one. You are, Mags the Rot, a living, poisonous, harmful virus. Isn’t it amazing what an experience of rejection from a seminary has done to this misfit?

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3:17
Ah, now!👎 Heard this far too often. 😷Are you ready to meet the Lord? 😇( Just askin, like)😯

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3.17

Well, it would be, had it actually happened. 😀

You weren’t rejected, were you?

No?

The Romanist Church will take anyone. 😕

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11.54: My misspelling is a result of tiredness from being out helping others and keeping an eye on needy families … after midnight….a time when you’re sozzled. Drunk. Spaced out. You fool…

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Guess what? We don’t know the day! We don’t know the hour! Well,well, well,!
Guess what? We might, We might, We just might know the f***** year! Praise the Lord!!! 😂
😎😎😎

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Lord Jesus, I come before You, just as I am. I am sorry for my sins, I repent of my sins, please forgive me.
In your name,I forgive all others for what they have done against me. I renounce Satan, the evil spirits and all their works.I give You my entire self. Lord Jesus, now and forever, I invite You into my life Jesus. I accept You as my Lord and Saviour. Heal me, change me, strengthen me in body, soul and spirit.
Come Lord Jesus, cover me with Your precious blood, and fill me with Your Holy Spirit. I love You Jesus. I praise You Jesus. I thank You Jesus. I shall follow You every day of my life.
Amen.
Our Lady, pray for us. St. Peregrine, pray for us.

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4.42: A beautiful prayer which I pray frequently. A beautiful prayer totally opposite the garbage of hatred poured out by Pat and Magna, Mrs. Dumb and Dumber.

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1.25
‘Garbage’?🤔
Is that what Jesus would call people?
(Sigh😞) Another Cathbot and hypocrite.
The blog’s coming down with ’em today.

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According to the BBC, at least 50 priests have reportedly been killed by coronavirus in Italy.
One Italian priest who gave a respirator to a younger coronavirus patient he did not know has died of the disease. Father Giuseppe Berardelli, 72, died in hospital in Lovere, Bergamo – one of the worst-hit cities in Italy.
According to the hospital, he refused to use a respirator his parishioners had bought for him – choosing to give it to a younger patient, instead.
(Note: his parishioners bought the respirator for him, not the Vatican.)
https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-europe-52015969

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Irish Bishops are paying for Byrne’s silence and accomdation, this money is needed for the emergency effort to buy ventilators for the HSE. It’s over Mullaney.

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The Irish bishops would be better suited to forget all this consecration mumbo jumbo and empty claptrap and do something constructive. All that BS might wash with the tabernacle Tommys and the holy water hens but will do ABSOLUTELY NOTHING to stem or slow down this virus.
Practical action please bishops.
People are calling out now for you to put properties at the disposal of the authorities to help ease the burden on our NHS rather on resorting to totally discredited useless religious gestures.
Your credibility stock is at a low in Ireland at present. Your flock, diminishing by the year will see you lot in your true light and never forgive you if you don’t step up to the plate.

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Bp Pat, I think there is probably more chance of you buying a ventilator than the whole twenty-six Irish dioceses put together.

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Rev Buckley, why don’t you report the priest in Italy who died after refusing a ventilator, purchased by his parish for him, in favor of a younger man whom he did not know? One of the 50 priests in Italy who have died due to this pandemic. The Church will grow through the blood of martyrs, despite the smoke of the devil entering the Vatican! – as Saint Paul V said.

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8.08
Why are you fixated with the deaths of Romanist priests in this pandemic? The vast majority of those who died in Italy with Covid-19 were NOT priests. Some of these may have sacrificed themselves like that priest. That is, if it was a sacrifice on his part and not guilt-driven atonement for terrible sins and the hope that his apparent sacrifice would fast-track him inyo Heaven. Let’s be honest: he probably knew he was going to die, so why not make the best of it by playing the martyr.
Hmm?😕
You remind me of Professor Donal Kerr, an expert on the Irish Famine, who wrote about the ‘heroic’ deaths of some forty Romanists during the period, not of starvation mind (the Romanists had full bellies while their parishoners, including new-born babies, slowly starved to death), but of fever.
As with you, Prof Kerr was keen to present Romanists like himself in a remarkably heroic light. Being a historian, he probably knew that not one priest died of hunger during the Famine, and was embarrassed by it. (Well, wouldn’t you be, were you a reverand gentleman?😕)

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No doubt the work of the Saint Vincent de Paul Societies will be helping those in need, as they have always done. When I visited Dublin last year, I noticed the only apparent social support for the homeless was the men and women of the Legion of Mary around Grafton Street. Take the practical Church out of society and you will leave a gap that will resemble the neglect of the British Government during the Famine. Please show appreciation where it is justified, otherwise you sink the whole ship with the innocent passangers.

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8.13: Pat, sadly, is continuing the LIE. Only for the St. v. de Paul, Legion of Mary and local parish caring groups, many people would be much worse off. At a time when we are all asked to be together in this unprecedented crisis, all we get from the bullies (Magna, Pat…) is pousinous rhetoruc. We all know the need for scrutiny on the Church and relevant issues, but today when the Church invites us to prayer, the poisonous vipers only offer the invitation to hatred. Shame on you all. What moral and spiritual impoverishment from the cyber, ugly bullies, Magna and Pat. The best you can do for the good, well being and health of the nation is STFU – go into silence. Shame on you ugly creeps.

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10.08
‘STFU’?
Seriously?😕
Are you a total idiot? Or is there even the remotest chance of your intellectual redemption?
When you use such language, you expose as an utter pretense whatever claims you might make of personal piety, and moral goodness, and yourself as an utter hypocrite.
Do you believe you served God with that post? You probably do, because the God you worship is yourself.
And your bishops’ ‘call to prayer’ is an utter sham, an affront to God, because their attitudes and behaviour make this clear. This is all for show, to make them appear important, useful, even necessary. This ‘call to prayer’ is not about the sick, but about themselves.
And I do hope that thoughtless remark of yours (‘At a time when we are all asked to be together in this unprecedented crisis…) wasn’t meant spacially.😕
By the way, if ‘being together’ here means a mutuality with you and with those mammon-grubbing Romanist bishops to whom you bend a deferential knee, I’d rather pass.
Supping with the Devil was never my ambition.

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Thought For the Day at 8:45 am this morning on the BBC Radio 4 flagship Today programme was given by Bishop Philip Egan of Portsmouth (I think he’s also known as Phyllis here !). His theme was the Annunciation, Feast of today, March 25. And conveniently 9 months before Christmas ! You could almost see the jaws dropping and looks of incredulity and incomprehension in the Today studio ! What is this man going on about ? What planet is he on ? Here we are in the midst of one of the biggest crises in modern humanity, and all this man can go on about is some nice twee little story of angels appearing to a young girl and telling her she is to get pregnant. by – well, God knows how ! A Catholic bishop is given the privilege of talking to millions of people and he just squanders it, reverting back to a nice story, narrative, myth, descriptive vehicle for some sort of message, but in doing so just sounds so out of touch and naive. What will have people taken away from this little vignette ? Probably something along the lines about those stupid Catholics who believe any kind of pious twee shiite. I doubt if they will be inviting any of our bishops back on in the future. At least somebody like Archbishop Rowan Williams ex of Canterbury and now of Oxford University is able to talk cogently, intelligent, eloquently and meaningfully about the Christian message in the context of today. So, Egan et al of our dear Catholic bishops, if you get invited on again, please do us a favour and decline, because by and large you are an embarrassment to us and our Church and have little of any value or substance to say.

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It reminds me of CMOC when he used to appear in interviews with his faux Irish accent, all flushed with booze and scrofulous with dandruff on his shoulders, as he bumbled his way embarrassingly through an interview. Embarrassing. Awful. Even damaging. His advisors should have kept him shut away. + Vin has been much better, but after his IICSA petulance, he’s less believable than he would like to be.

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9.34: With that mouthful of venom, you wouldn’t inspire too much. I definitely wouldn’t be rushing to listen to this shite!

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9:39 Reminders of the “Cardinal with all the names” ; he who sent a child abuser to hear the confessions of the nervous, and downright terrified flyers at Gatwick are totally unwelcome not only here but anywhere.

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You and your poisonous blog should be permanently quarantined Queen Buck. The daily outpourings of hatred, spite and slander is toxic to everyone.

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10.56
Then why don’t you do one, then?
Or do you find the ‘toxicity’ of the blog too intoxicatingly irresistable?😕
I swear to God the IQs of some who post here is worth pondering.

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11.03: Yes and 100 hundred people joins us at our Church….now We’re closed except for a funeral….God is with us. Lstbus not lose hope and care for one another. Let our words be kindness and supportive, not those of that roaring, dangerous mongrel CartaMadRot.

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3.29
Here we go again! 😂 Another Catbot and hypocrite. 🤔
Urges kind words from everyone and yet… calls me a ‘mongrel’. 😕
God is with some of us, but not with people like you.
Your ‘prayers’ are pointless. 😀

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10.56: TRUTH is Pat doesn’t give a f**k about anyone now except trying to give himself a higher profile. He is a disaster poster for the gospel of Christ. Surely this day above all, on the Feast of the Annunciation, he should respect the deep desire of thousands for prayerful support and comfort which all parishes are offering today and which will be streamlined in parishes. Does this TRUTH so threaten Pat that he continues to pour forth, not thevgrace of God, but poison and invite ridicule, mockery and jeering? The true emptiness of his heart is now very transparent in these days. Utter shame.

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11.05

Here’s another Cathbot and hypocrite. He expresses, in one post, ‘fuck’, and the ‘gospel of Christ’, berating another for allegedly not witnessing to it.

What, really, is an ‘utter shame’ here is not your moral hypocrisy, but that a human being could be so laden with the cross of utter intellectual stupidity. 😕

How could God be so cruel?

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11.49: Get back under your rocks, you stupud piece of uselessness. You exist simply to hate. You are a selfish narcissist, a dangerous psycho. You have nothing meaningful to offer. Yes, go and stickyour head – in the loo bowl – where it truly belongs. Bullyboy, you’ve lost the battle. You should, as suggested, leave the world alone. You are a virus, a sickness, a disordered mad guy.

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11.49: How can God be so cruel….that he created you, The Biggest Hater and Cyberbully? Blind as ever is our retarded Mags.

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didn’t you say ‘F God’ and later say it was because you were angry.

why did God make you angry? who has hurt you, Magna?

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11.49: In your drunkenness, which is most of the time, you are the most vulgar, blasphemous and vile commentator. A rotten and rotting corpse. A HATER of God and of man.

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I know things are bad Pat but to repeat the same theme three days in a row must be bad for you. Not only that but to have the same usual suspects repeat their bullshit three days in a row is excruciating. You must have it bad Pat.

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12:40
Ah, now! 😲Do I detect, what the shrinks call, projection?😵 ( Just wonderin, like) 😲 Groundhog,😻 day.

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Old McDonald had a farm… E-I-E-I-O.
With ventilators here from all DIOCESES there, all ORDERS here and DIOCESES there, here, there and everywhere ventilators.
…Old McDonald had a farm… eieio.

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11.25: The pugs need company, Look Kat. Any chance you might go to their pigsty….think you’d be at home in their s***e.

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Any chance of some of the Irish celebrities of the Parish such as Bono and his buddies throwing in a few million to the National cause.

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Bono is quick to throw money at isolated disasters where he will get maximum publicity. in these times he’s unlikely to get a great round of applause.

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Is there a seminarian at a parish which, with a pastor, who is at the centre of a scandal against a vulnerable adult? Is this is the case, what would this say about SAFEGUARDING in the Archdiocese of Liverpool? Could this be another blatant Disregard for any possible future victims of abuse?
Will this just cause more anxieties; more pain and suffering?
What are your views?

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******THANKS TO ANONYMOUS DONATION FROM BLOG READER
Just wish to thank the Blog reader for the € 100 that arrived today by post.
That brings our total to c £ 430.
I am also waiting a response from a big player in the world of finance.

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1.02: Wonder why all your loyal haters are not supporting your Go fund Me? Apart from your £100 – only £330 so far? Pat week our parishioners donated over €2000 to our Charity Box which is already given to needy families…..Perhaps it’s to needy families we should give out money.

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3.21
Are you the poster who made the same boast the other day? About the €2000?
Well then, I’ll make much the same answer. Why, priest, are you still scrounging money from your parishioners? These times are extremely hard for them. Why aren’t you demanding that your bishop hand over some of the millions he’s sitting on to purchase respirators for the health service?
€2000 is peanuts compared with the fortune your bishop has control over. PEANUTS.
Are you one of the good priests frequently trumpeted on this blog? Well, prove it by publicly and openly demanding that your bishop hand over money, which he did not earn, for the good of others.
C’mon, good priest. Step up to the plate. 😀

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11.25: As they say Marge, ” A liar needs a good memory..” Look back over some of your comments, especially those after the midnight hours, and you’ll discover that many of those comments are vulgar, full of foul language, obscene, filthy and you even cursed God!! You are just a vile specimen.

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3.56: Marge, you know well what’s been said. The TRUTH of your madness, of your psycho disorder is clear for all to see. You cannot bear truth about your sickness of mind and spirit. We see you fir what you are. You are – a liar.

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Speak for yourself mate. Don’t presume with your use of “We”.
I, for one, have no “trust” in RC mythological mumbo jumbo.
MMM

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6.00: Mournie Marge from the Mournes: how dare you refer to us goid Christians as ‘mate. I, for one have no trust in that atheist philosophy of I’m ok, feck the rest! I gave it up years ago. All talk no action. Auld Mournie Mick, are you isolating too much that you’re rattled… missing the boozer stool?

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6.09: Surely you mean – drop off…! Just wonderin’ since It’s MMM you speak of. 🎶🎶🎶🎶🥁🥁🥁🎻🎻😎😎..

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”And we saw in an immense light that is God: ‘something similar to how people appear in a mirror when they pass in front of it’ a Bishop dressed in White. The Holy Father passed through a big city half in ruins and half trembling with halting step, afflicted with pain and sorrow, he prayed for the souls of the corpses he met on his way; having reached the top of the mountain, on his knees at the foot of the big Cross”
https://www.americamagazine.org/faith/2020/03/18/podcast-pope-francis-makes-pilgrimage-through-deserted-streets-rome

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4.11: You stupid idiot. The streets are empty because of the coronavirus. Are you on Mars, you buffoon.

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The Headlines: Spirit Digest 25/3/2020

1Fatima and the Four Last Things: Heaven
2America Strong or America humbled?
3Coronavirus strikes pastor, wife and over 30 others at Arkansas church

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The Headlines: Spirit Daily 25/3/2020

1.DON’T LET THE STORM DISTRACT YOU FROM HIS FACE’
2. Pope’s global prayer
3. Nothing is impossible with God’

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I am in contact with Go Fund Me to get fundraising platform back up.

Current total £ 433.

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Pope, Christian leaders around the globe join in prayer for pandemic’s end
By Cindy Wooden Catholic News Service
3.25.2020 7:36 AM ET
VATICAN CITY (CNS) — Joined by Orthodox, Anglican and Protestant church leaders and faithful from around the world, Pope Francis led the recitation of the Lord’s Prayer, imploring God’s mercy on humanity amid the coronavirus pandemic.
“As trusting sons and daughters, we turn to the Lord. We do it every day, several times a day, but at this moment we want to implore mercy for all of humanity so harshly tried by the coronavirus pandemic,” the pope said March 25 as he introduced the prayer.
“We will do so together, Christians of every church and community, of every age, language and nation,” he said.
“We pray for the sick and their families, for health workers and those who help them, for civic leaders, police and volunteers and for the ministers of our communities,” the pope said.
Holding the prayer on the feast of the Annunciation, when the angel told Mary she would bear God’s son, Pope Francis said that “with full confidence we, too, place ourselves in God’s hands, and with one heart and soul, we pray.”
The Church of England asked Anglicans to join Archbishop Justin Welby of Canterbury in praying with Pope Francis and to share their photos on Twitter and Instagram with the hashtag #PrayTogether.

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4.31: These words and prayers of Pope Francis touch our hearts. They comfort, inspire and encourage: we need these reassuring voices of our spiritual leaders. All of us who are blessed with life and reasonably good health should now make our own these prayers of Pope Francis. Good Lord be with us.

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The words and prayers of Oily Frank do nothing for me.

Let him give some of his millions to the poor and sick and I’d be more open to his words and prayers.

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6:11
Hello Rev. from Vatican City. Nice to know you’re tuned in. Any chance of mustering up a few bob for a few ventilators here in Great Britain and Ireland. Thanks.

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3.54: The PSYCHOLIGICAL SICKNESS of Marge revealed for all to see. Yes, dear Marge, 2000€ and much more received from kind, caring and CHRIST-LIKE parishioners who live the gospel, who don’t lie under their duvets drunk all day, who don’t bully from their laptops, who see the pain of others and respind with compassion. Doesn’t it raise your vicious anger levels? Pat is looking for donations – you can help him!! How about doing that, O sick one!

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5.56

You’re ducking the challenge I posed, ‘good’ priest. 😕

Your bishop could do incredibly more in these diretimes. Are you going to demand, you and your fellow good priests, that your bishops open their coffers to help national health services with the purchase of respirators and suchlike?

Never mind my being under a duvet drunk; I am not the issue. The good priests who post here are.

So again, are you going to demand, publcly and openly, that your bishops make massive cash injections in health services at this critical time?

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6.25: Drunk, drunk, drunk…..a man whose life is full of hatred is unfit and unsuited to offer any criticism of those of us who are actually doing something useful. Your behaviour is reprehensible. Mags Rag, you deserve only contempt. Incidentally, a very kind parishioner donated 500€ to our Charity fund. You are most welcome to donate.

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Magna @ 6.25: I think you need a good, long hug. Your musings of late are indicative that self isolation (not new to you) are affecting your mental and emotional well-being. Love to give you a looooooonnngg huuuuuggg. 🎎🎎🎎🎎🎃🎃🎃🎃🐂🐂….

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6.53

I’d rather wipe my bottom with notes than donate them to the Romanist Church and her bishops and priests. I really would prefer not to have my money used for such lavish rennovations as Noel Treanor had carried out on his modest pile.

Or for ‘Father’ ‘s expensive tastes in clothes, wine, cars…and handsome young men.😎

I’m sure you understand, ‘Father’.😆💋

It’s a pity the sheep don’t.😧

Baaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa🐑

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7.12: Magna, you’d need hundreds of sheets of loo roll to clean your dirt…You seem overloaded. Thanks for the laughs you give us.🐮🐮🐮🐮🐮😆😆😆😆😆🤣🤣😅😎😎😉😆😆🐂🐂🐮🐮..

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6.57

If you’re a Romanist priest, I’ll decline your offer.

I’ve alresdy had too many of them attempt to fiddle with me.

I’m sure you, too, understand. 😉

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7.05: Hi Monnie: now that you’re in isolation for real, is the kitchen sink shining like silver? Hope so. P. S.: don’t become paranoid about the cleaning. Just keep your soul in good order.

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6.00: The angel of Satan declared unto Magna: can my will be done through your FIAT…in you, My Beloved” and Magna said: “Only if I am in control…” He won. And the angel left her. What a bloody shame…

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8:18
Fr. Mumsy thank you for being so concerned about my soul. Take care while in isolation by staying off the internet. You may be called up to the front line. Mind yourself Fr Mumsy.

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+ Pat, I’m waiting in anticipation to see tomorrow’s topic on the blog.
Let’s hope it’s good news re finance for ventilators provided by the Rcc in Ireland and Great Britain.

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‘Contribute to the support of our pastors’.
I’m giving my contributions to the poor until such time our pastors are poor. Then I will continue supporting them.

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9.07: I do not know where they get money for these: 4 × 4’s….all pastors…think you are lying. It’s a good soundbyte.

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Pat, aside from all the sarcasm, nasty comments, horrible, unkind words flowing through your blog, mostly against priests, can I reflect seriously with you. In these days when all of us are now in isolation with only the absolute need to go outdoors, are you, like me, and a lot of other clergy, feeling a bit ‘useless’ to anyone? At a time when, in tragedies, we as priests can accompany people spiritually and pastorally, we now are very limited in what we can do. Every activity, groups, social and parish and our Churches are closed, locked for the well-being of one another, we are in a very strange place of quiet and solitude, with only the minimum of contact with parishioners, and except for funerals, we cannot do much. Yes, we can give financial help to needy families, we can make phone calls to the sick and housebound, mind and care for our parish staff, offer mass and prayers on the webcam, visit the sick if urgently requested, but the vacuum of non contact in the ordinary everyday encountering of parishioners and with the community, is very surreal. It certainly has made me grateful for the wonderful opportunities given to me in the last 40 years but now I feel almost redundant as our nation faces a huge crisis. I admire all our health care workers: such sacrifices for our health and well-being. Do you, not now being able to carry out your normal duties, find this a strange time? A time when we seem almost irrelevant. And yet, I know if I had a special mass tomorrow morning, I’d have a full church if allowed. I know there are thousands much worse than me but after 40 years, suddenly I have troubling questions about my relevance. That I will have to resolve myself. Sadly, there will be some on your blog who will rejoice and say ‘tough luck’, you deserve it. I have been so dismayed by the horrible ugliness of anti clerical comment from some of your regulars but I believe we need adult conversations, shared with respect and tolerance, not with vicious put downs. You may have different feelings since you are in a relationship and are independent, but surely you too must have these existential questions about the meaning and relevance of priesthood, ministry, faith and the gospel of Christ. Thankfully, I have a strong, questioning and searching faith, a reasonably real prayer life and generally have no problems in relating with people off all ages and opinions. For now I hope and pray our nation holds together and that we who are in parishes may do whatever we can. The Gardai have been patrolling this area like clockwork. It’s amazing. No one out all day. My elderly neighbours on either side of me are in total isolation, fearful and anxious. At least I can give them Holy Communion by special arrangement. I trust you are keeping and surviving well. Strange times for us all.

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Yes, Brother. Dark times. I am self isolating too.

I am concentrating on telephoning my congregation and others and giving them encouragement and hope.

I am also driving my significant other and delivering groceries and meds to housebound, without leaving the car.

We are under a dark cloud and facing weeks when the sun may not shine.

I an praying, believing, hoping.

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