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EAMON MARTIN’S BIG “H” PROBLEM.

My old Friend Monsignor John Shine of Waterford, RIP, used to refer to homosexuality among the clergy as the “H” problem.

Globally the RCC has a massive H problem and the priesthood is now a gay profession.

In Ireland, the diocese with the biggest H problem seems to be Armagh.

There have been the well publicised cases of Rory Coyle, Master of Ceremonies to The Wounded Healer and Amy.

Then there was Father McCamley, PP Keady and Diocesan Director of the Lourdes Pilgrimage.

Then there was Fr McVeigh of Pomeroy who “accidentally” showed 16 indecent pictures of men to a parent’s Holy Communion gathering.

So, clearly, Armagh and Eamon have a big H problem.

But that is not all. For years now rumours have been in clerical circulation about the Gay Sex Fest that is Maynooth – and of how some of Amy’s men are at the heart of it.

  • Seminarians providing sexual services for Ireland’s bullish priests.
  • Gay sex on the altar of Kildorerry parish church.
  • visits to gay saunas in European cities.
  • cosy meals and overnight hotel stays for older and younger clerks.
  • Rumours of an odd bishop or two being involved.
  • Special times in Gay Paris.
  • Special times in sunny Barcelona.
  • Frantic Grindr activities.
  • Physical nocturnal injuries.
  • Nervous breakdowns.
  • Financial settlements.
  • Former seminarians on silence retainers.
  • Seminary staff protected for years by bishops who knew what was going on.

Eamon Martin has a big decision to make just now.

Let us watch and see what he does.

In the meantime all those with information and evidence have a major moral duty to step forward.

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167 replies on “EAMON MARTIN’S BIG “H” PROBLEM.”

All true, I think. While you were going to press, I was reading about Gay Byrne, who in his own way brought a welcome breath of honesty to Ireland. Some may remember the “Bishop and the nightie” scandal way back in the sixties during the iron grip of John Charles McQuaid. Actually the bishop was a nice man, by all accounts, “Dr” Thomas Ryan of Clonfert: the case is summarized in the following link:

https://www.irishtimes.com/opinion/an-irishman-s-diary-1.109578

My attention was drawn to HIs Lordship’s domestic arrangements, which were a far cry from those enjoyed by – amongst many others – Dom Athelstan Rutherford. “Dr” Ryan talked nonsense, because he believed that was expected of him. I suspect the same is true of Archbishop Eamon Martin, by no means a bad man, but is not only out of his depth but is obliged – or so he wrongly thinks – to make decisions – or not – in which he does not actually believe. What a relief it would be were the RC clergy able to say what they think, rather than what they believe they ought to think. Try it: it’s called integrity.

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“In the meantime all those with information and evidence have a major moral duty to step forward.”

Step forward to whom?

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7:42 am

Reporting to authorities in the Church is in my experience a waste of time.
They don’t want to know and don’t give a toss.

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Bishop Pat, Thanks for saying Certainly to Archbishop Eamon and that is only right.

You know in management sometimes your last to know or think who is the thief so I am glad that you are saying go to the Archbishop direct.

I am not sticking up for Archbishop Eamon but he is busy and gets all this gossip and some truth’s, so it is hard for him.

+ Pat you know these priests or so called priests know the rules inside out and are clever or they think they are but what is in their favour is the time it takes in Canon Law.

On here they were saying Tom McHugh was his personal secretary do they think Archbishop Eamon is mad given the farmers story.

look on the web site there is four admin assistants and furthermore all communications should go through the Chancellor of the Archdiocese.

So come on all those in the know write or email direct to the Archbishop and give him a chance.

As a side issue remember a cardinal has to be appointed soon to Ireland and he certainly will not want it to go to Dublin.

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Isn’t contributing to the financial support of pastors a law of the Church?

Are laity financially contributing to fund-; visits to gay Paris, sauna sessions
in European cities, special times in sunny Barcelona, overnights in hotels wining
and dining, financial hush money and settlements,etc.

Also, millions spent redecorating, winter holidays in the sun, junkets abroad to
lecture to the converted , Lourdes fun field, and God only knows what else is going on.

The ‘H’ problem will soon result in the ‘F’ problem- ” Finance.”

Solution: they can f*** *** and find employment to fund their fun-filled decadent lifestyles!!

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8:09 am

Correct. They ‘act’ out of Institutional interest to protect assets.. It’s window dressing for the public, trying to be perceived as being concerned. They don’t give a monkey’s. I have to see a human rights lawyer. I gave Church authorities an opportunity to discuss my case.
I was lied to as well as misrepresented, but the smart arses unwittingly dug a hole for themselves going forward. You’re likely to find more Christianity in the moonies than in some of these Catholic company men.

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This is not clever. They should outsource it all to an asset management group I know. The “F” will always stay secure there.

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9.15 yes. But now the merry-go-round of “safeguarding professionals” (under whom assets don’t fall) are also with us, all the ingredients are to hand for non-recurrence of the old teething problems. Dioceses will be the only front people, and will continue to take all the heat.

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7:46 pm

Jim S, how come you are so informed?

Why do you keep telling people to go to the hierarchy? It’s a total waste of time for those with a complaint.

Those with a complaint, don’t go near Church authorities.

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10:28 am

Safeguarding has to to taken out of the hands of Dioceses or professionals employed by the Church.Safeguarding has to be totally independent of the Church.No question about it.

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Totally agree. Safeguarding people are paid by the bishop and owe him their loyalty. Many of them are ex social workers who would sell their mother for sixpence.

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1055 and 1057, you are right, that apparently would be entirely fatal to it. Perhaps we should get the “relationships education” squad onto it?

And before we recommend that dropout support groups should have a hand in it, ask a certain top Institute what its line on those is.

An RC problem can’t be fixed from within the RC system AND its tentacles paid for from elsewhere. If it hurt you, you are not RC, don’t look to it. It’s no use saying (any more) “but I want to be RC”. Look to the wide world.

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What a joke.

Do you have NO credit for the PROFESSIONAL’s doing safeguarding as they are not going to risk their professionalism for a Bishop.

Bishops MUST act to the law now the days of cover up are long gone.

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7.50, I agree with you on textbook cases, I should have made it clear I was referring to the complicated situations that certain elements create specially, e.g around church-related entities that are exempted from safeguarding arrangements even though plainly containing under 16s and other overtly vulnerable people (and there are some) (details unavailable even on request, for health reasons)

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Further to my 1130. I was partly thinking of such entities (asset management) as I describe there.

However, there is the additional sort of cases, of seminarians, much related here. Some seminarians named in comments over the months were to my knowledge (before it was discussed here) subjected to bullying which they did not attract, and which was not sorted out by high profile faculty. Seminarians are not safeguardable because they are over 16.

Bishops are not safeguardable and I know of blood curdling things being done to some bishops by individuals claiming church connections.

The safeguarding “industry” is solely about what is done to under 16s and solely by priests (perhaps teachers also?) and then only if sexual. Their main activity is periodic checks. I’m not knocking that per se. The centralised industry seems uninterested in it ever extending beyond that.

Priests that were bullied by another priest under incitement by an outside party don’t have anyone to look out for them.

Not all wrongs are overtly sexual.

There are even cases of seminarians belonging to asset management organisations. Abandon hope ye.

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A commission of inquiry must be established with clear guidelines to investigate the allegations. Secondly a transparent redress scheme for the survivors.

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The Institutional Homes run by the religious paid out compensation to the victims, the next moral cause is A National Redress Scheme for the Survivors of Maynooth.

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10:57 am

True.
The professionals first loyalty is to themselves and paying the mortgage.
So doing what the bishop requests will be paramount to remain in employment.
By the way there’s endless scandals in Social Work.
The ongoing ‘Grace’ scandal in the south east of Ireland is appalling.

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7:50 pm

No joking , Jim S.
Speaking as a professional, NO, I dont.
I don’t buy into the professional BS either.
I disagree with you. The days of cover up and unaccountability are not long gone.
That’s a myth.

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Is this H virus a problem or a challenge hi. The issue is clergy carrying on like rabbits. Where is the money coming from. Why the need to proclaim celibacy and abstinence. There was weird sex in Roman times before the church. So in relation to society what’s the real deal hi

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7:18 AM

Good Afternoon hi fly.
Begorra fly the blog is buzzin. Crumpet is honey to bees.
Who funds the bunny hoppers. They used to say it started on the late late.
No knicks or nightie but was Gaybeau to blame or what.
They real deal is enough double mindedness.
Honesty in all is always best policy.
May the force be with you. +
Bye bye fly hi.

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FFS, spare us Volaris and the dead squirrel on his head ! And, Church Militant’s search for sexual dirt wherever it can find it.

That aside, there has evidently been a homosexualisation of the Catholic priesthood. You only need to look around. In itself, orientation is not, and should not be, a problem. I know many homosexual teachers, doctors, policemen, lawyers, politicians, shopkeepers, labourers, factory workers. They are quite able to carry on their chosen profession while being homosexual. And so should clergy. Orientation is not the problem. Behaviour is the problem. Priests. of whatever orientation, are required and agree to be celibate and chaste. Whether you agree with it or not. That is what is required and that is what they promise. The problem comes when their behaviour in this matter does not match what they publicly profess. That does the damage. So, a simple solution is for all priests, of whatever orientation, to take their vows and promises seriously. Or get out. Then we would have a clergy that is settled in its orientation, and bringing whatever gifts that orientation bestows for the benefit of the Church.

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I agree that Voris is not. But a lot of the material they publish is true and accurate. If we dont like the message, let us at least listen to the message.

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The dirty ol’ ginger accuses other people of that which they are equally guilty of. Reminds you of Ginger McViegh in a way.

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9:17

What about seminarians who want to explore, ‘ E’ problem, their sexuality in seminary as mentioned on this blog a few days ago?

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A couple of cryptic comments today which go right over my grey head. Can somebody unpack “Ryan so blue. Naughty” at 7:53 am and “E” at 9:26 pm?

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I don’t like the “H” word either.

“Eamon Martin’s big ‘chocolate chimney sweep’ problem” would be a kinder slant on things.

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9.24: We should also explore the real H problem on this blog: HATRED of clerics: also explore the V, N, P, I, (Vengeance, nastiness, poison, innuendo…)! TRUTH is vital in all accusations of a serious nature. I welcome any and all truth re: abuse of any kind but let’s be absolutely clear we can validate our speculations or aegations. Hope this blog today doesn’t put everyone in the same category.

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9:55
You may welcome any and all truth re abuse of any kind.
In my experience the authorities in the Church do not welcome truth re abuse particularly if seminary faculty, priests or bishops are implicated.

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It’s not hate or the various other forms you describe, it is a form of resistance. It’s about naming a lineage of men who are queer outlaws and don’t fit into normative ideas about what it means to be gay these days.

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10:44

Who decides what is normal? I presume you think ‘normative’ is a more sophisticated word than normal.

Your perspective and presuppositions are narrow-minded.

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9:55 am

The real problem is clergy and hierarchy seem to think they can do what they like while remaining unaccountable.

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2.06, they are not the only ones, so the dioceses will have to sort-of carry the can for others’ affairs they consented to have dumped on them, and sort-of not. Quite clever.

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10.08: What an amazing, courageous pastoral care to offer people. I understand from friends in the parish that it was a very worthwhile event. Well done to all the priests, even though Bishop Buckley saw fit to subject such efforts to mockery and ridicule – all from a cosy, self righteous, arrogant man, isolating with nothing useful to do.

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I have began the process of Exposure.
I have never, ever, encountered such intrinsic evil.
+Pat, your blog has been a bright light in the darkness.
Thank you.

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10:39 am

With respect, I would recommend NOT going near anyone in the Catholic Church.
They are NOT to be trusted. They are a fraternal network.
Seek advice from a solicitor and/ or have a chat with +Pat.

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My advice for Thomas McHugh is stop this passive approach to your Co-Dioceans and do what is morally right for the safety of all young people and vulnerable Adults, Go now and disclose all your information to the PSNI.

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Ack sure Brendan Marshall had his journalism degree paid for by Eamon. He is also in receipt of hush money too. He receives £1,200 a month from the diocese. I’ve seen it so I have.

Rotten to the core Pat

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The family may have left property or a legacy to the church at some point, so Dr Turtle may feel obliged to support him for a while until he gets settled in the world of real work.

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His family also own MCN Media, they install webcams into churches. It featured on your blog a number of days ago Pat.

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10.49 you seem to have good information why do you not go to the PSNI and then Father McHugh will be interviewed.

Father McHugh has NO say over the C/o that is for Archbishop Eamon and if need be the Congregation of the Clergy at the Holy See.

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10.49 You seem to have a lot of information so why do you not go to the PSNI or is it all gossip not backed up.

Father McHugh does not decide anything about the C/o that is Archbishop Eamon and if need be the Congregation of Clergy at the Holy See.
PSNI would listen to all evidence and decide what action to take

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Pat

Are you not going to address the money issues in Dublin with Diarmuid “I forgot where I parked” Martin. He did not sign the letter. He gave no pastoral words of encouragement and he did not take a pay cut himself. Do you think that is morally acceptable given his role as Bishop? Would you treat the people entrusted to your care like that? I think not. 😤

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I agree that Dermo has not acted properly in this matter. He should have taken full responsibility for this himself, write to the priests and take the pay cut himself. Is this another failure by Dermo in his regrettable and abysmal relationship with Dublin priests.

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Diarmuid has a history of passing the book. He made Paul sign the letter so that priests in the diocese would direct their anger at him. We all know it was Dermo was sanctioned and even suggested the wage cut. At least have the courage to take responsibility for your mismanagement of the diocese Dermott. Pat did you notice the letter never once said if you have a problem come see the bishop. It named everyone but the ARCHBISHOP.

Where is the 100 million from the GAA?
How much do you spend on flights every year?

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10.56: How do you know that Archbishop Dermot hasn’t taken a cut? Give us real truth not speculation.

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Why should he sign the letter. It was sent by Paul (I’m an Idiot) Taylor, who did sign it. The Charities Regulator needs to investigate.

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11:56 A very good question. Where did the 100 million go that the GAA paid Dermo for Clonliffe?

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@1.14pm Total fake news regarding MCN and totally false. You know this to be the facts when you published it didn’t you? Many on this blog excel at giving false information.

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He used to work for McGuinness! Majority of the armagh presbytery are republicans! Old Mgr. Murray led the movement !!!!

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Bishop Pat, any news when the findings of the inquiry into the Bill Kenneally case involving cover up in Waterford is to be published. Am I right in saying Kenneally is related to the late Mons. John Shine, Rip.?

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11:33 am

Apparently the Kenneally case involves covering up by the Gardai, a political party, the Catholic Church, the Health Board and a sports organisation.To the best of my knowledge, the inquiry is going on 3 years. Another ongoing inquiry in the South East of Ireland mentioned above- the ‘Grace’ inquiry, has been going on for 4 years, costing the Irish State 4.6 million to date, according to news reports yesterday.

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Pat, I would have thought that an ‘H’ problem could be relieved by applying Preparation H to the affected area. Perhaps His Grace could try that.

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English law is different to American and other countries’ laws.
But I wouldn’t get too excited, as long as one stands for truth, you cannot go wrong in my opionion

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And a closed court is very dirrerent to an open court, it is open to the public, all and sundrie.
Open is not in their vocabulary.
Light and darkness, good and evil.

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4:01pm
What Diocese are you from, Father, may I ask?
I can spot them a mile off now!
Thank you +Pat

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The Irish Authorities also , National Bureau of Criminal Investigation
Address: Harcourt Square, Dublin 2, D02 DH42.
Telephone:+353 1 666 3344

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The apostolic administrator cannot help what he looks like, Bp Pat.

“It is there for the whole world to see.” (Quentin Crisp)

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2.01: Bishop Buckley: You are coccooning because of your illness. So, STFU….Even if we had no pandemic, you’d find fault, mock, jeer and ridicule….you belong to the cowardly people Jesus spoke of when he warned the disciples they would indeed be ridiculed on account of his name!! You are the whited hypocritical sepulchre! Sicial distancing was responsibly practised. Your psychologucal jealousy of all who out-do you is do apparent. Jealousy rules your heart. Get to Christ in prayer, quickly! You haven’t had any real, meaningful pastoral ministry in this pandemic…You fool.

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I am cocooning, like all on government advice. You are right, even with no pandemic I would be condemning the corrupt RCC, and the many corrupt ontologically changed within it.

Was McCarrick ridiculed on account of Jesus’ name? Was Smyth? Was Casey? Was Pell? Was Maynooth?

You are obviously a devotee of the cuntus clericalus. I hope your golden calves make you happy.

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4.43: Love is not an imperative on this blog. Haven’t you noticed? Plenty of hard hearted people, sadly.

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4:04

Another charming comment. Splinters and logs come to mind.
Whats with the photos while ministering?
Did the those being ministered to give their permission to be photographed?

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9:17 pm

Charity is not an exactly an imperative in the Rcc particularly when it comes to dealing with those abused. Plenty of hard hearted clerics and hierarchs.

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Bishop Buckley: You should pay homage to Fr. Hugh Sweeney of Falcarragh who has died. A most wonderful human being and a priest. A friend, a counsellor a wise guide, a good Christ-like disciple. The sentiments expressed on R.I.P.’s condolence page are inspiring, amazing and an expression of the affection that we all had and have for him. A true priest. Stands in complete contrast to the crappy cynicism and nastiness of this blog. Ar dheis De go rainy a anam dilis.

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I did not know Father Sweeney at all. RIP. I am very glad that he did so much good and meant so much to so many.

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4.18

What is a ‘true priest’? Shall I tell you? It’s an excuse for a man who is loyal to the institutional Romanist Church, the strumpet who has betrayed Christ and who has hurt so many.

Why would Pat Buckkey, or anyone else for that matter, pay tribute to such a man? Because he impressed you?

Sorry, but other people do have standards, you know. 😕

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8.11: Magna, you are a dangerous creep. Scary because of such vile, inhuman and ungodly language. This exceptionally good human being and priest was loved, admired and held in high esteem because of his CHRIST-LIKE ministry, faithful to the end, leaving a huge void in his community. You should read the inspiring condolence messages on RIP..Just powerful in themselves. Such a section in your demise will of course be empty. It may simply read – “What a friend we have in Jesus.. “.

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9.23

You sound…as though you were/are in love with him. 😕

Were/are you? 😒

They do say love is blind. (And ‘they’ are usually right. 😄)

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4.14: You prove your nastiness and malicious intent in every comment you make. You have no Christ charity in you. None. You deliberately miss my point: we are damned as clerics if we do and damned if we don’t! Thriughiut this pandemic all pastoral efforts by clergy, while observing all government guidelines, have met with your sneering ridicule. And furthermore I do not take lectures from an excommunicant or from someone whose life in no icon of moral or spiritual probity or integrity. Pat: the truth when spoken about you hurts…. None of us condones moral transgressions which are criminal or abusive. I don’t. The only PERSON I follow for my guidance, vision and conscience is JESUS whose memory I seek to keep SACRED…You, Pat, need a little dose of humility and a ton of self awareness. Your self perceptions are skewed. You have, sadly, an intense, dysfunctional hatred against clerics but fail abysmally the high expectations you expect from everyine else. Now, back to your necessary coccooning and take your meds!! Go now and enjoy your Club di arroganza e meschinita di spirito!!!

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4:41

Some of the pastoral efforts by clergy during the pandemic have been questionable, to say the least. Journalists at hand to take photos? Breaching of Government guidelines by holding communion services? Church’s open?

When it comes to lecturing, how many priests or bishops lives are icons of spiritual or moral probity or integrity?

The truth when spoken hurts people like you because it shatters the image you may have of the Catholic Church and Catholic priesthood. Were you brainwashed into believing bishops can do no wrong? Many of your colleagues are the ones who fail to keep the memory of Jesus Sacred. Many of your colleagues discredit the teachings of Jesus Christ. Ask yourself if your perceptions of Church, priesthood and the depth of harm perpetrated on thousands is skewed. Take up the issues with your professional colleagues.

Whatever you might say about Bishop Buckley, the man has courage, integrity, and is trying to prevent more harm being perpetrated on individuals, the Christian community and the general public.

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5.44: Stay safe. Don’t be getting all apoplectic about events that aren’t happening. A few, perhaps unwise, priests have tried to carry on as normal, but the vast, vast majority follow present guidelines as give by relevant agencies. Ut is foolish to do otherwise. There is a total exaggeration by some commentators about priests disregarding protocols. The most challenging part is the celebration of funeral masses but we still enact restrictions. However, some families, very understandably, have brought more than 10/12 – 26 at one funeral which I officiated at recently! It was very difficult…

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5.44

Questionable? Surely you don’t expect better of any of these self-publicising parasites?

Wee fat gluttonous Paddy McCafferty and wee fat effete Eamon Martin all made sure cameras were on hand to film or snap their ‘heroic’ gesturing in the streets of Belfast and Armagh respectively.

I hope the Covid-19 Pandemic sees these, and other, Romanist bastardos starved out of existence; that is my kindest wish for them.

And I’m awful kind, so I am. 😄

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Father at 4:41 is a regular poster here and totally sure of his own rightness and being well in with God. Apart from being apoplectic all the time (I hate to think what his homilies are like) his own belief in himself indicates that he is part of the problem, not the solution.

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7:14 pm

I’m not getting all apopletic. It’s your colleague @ 4:41pm who’s gone all apoplectic.
Guidelines are in place on moral and social health grounds.

It’s interesting a photo of a priest in Dublin hearing confession outdoors
was posted on the Vatican news website. I’m aware of a number of Church’s
open in Dublin in breach of Government guidelines. Is it Bishops responsibility
to ensure guidelines are enforced?

(Maybe canon law overrules civil law on this matter. I wouldn’t know).

Re. funerals, I know some parishes are using video link for mouners who remain outside the Church.

Mind yourself.

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When are the findings of last year’s IICSA inquiry due? The guy from Sunny Deedid was asked to give a report on his place have just tead read online…

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7.06: You are easily misled and fooled. I make very apt comments when appropriate but mostly I jest. My homilies are – well, very good. Don’t be misled by comments here.

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4.41

You’re a liar, Romanist. You don’t follow Jesus; you follow the institutional Church, the strumpet to whom you vowed or promised obedience at ordination.

You’re not a priest of God; you’re a priest of the Church. And by her rotted fruit, we now all know her true character. You, Romanist, have not fallen far from the tree.

It would be a delight if that bastard, Patrick, returned to Ireland, dropped to his kness, and blubbered an apology to the peoples of this island for drawing down on them the curse of Romanism, and filthy, lying, perverted, parasitical, USELESS, Romanist priests.

Men like you. 😕

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Wonderful reply, Magna. The self righteousness and indignation of that priest are an offence to the name of Jesus.

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Marge at 7.58: Mr. Worse than Uselessness us out of its cage..Beware. Are you exhausted after your comment filled with predictable ridicule as hatred is an exhausting business. It empties the core of your psyche of any potential goodness within. But you already know this…..though I’d love to meet you in person because I’m imagining a bright, glowing, Adonis type person of immense perfection, made in the image and likeness of God! How about it Magna? (I’m prepared to have my dreams turn into a monster nightmare!!!).

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9:04
Why don’t I believe you? It’s because of the nastiness of the comment at 4:41pm.
No joking. It’s was a very nasty comment.

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9.05

N-o-o-o 😕

Wait! 😨

Don’t recall ever having seen THAT skeleton before.

Interesting. 😞

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This is deviant and dysfunctional.
For a loong time..and tolerated.
In moral consistency, it also has a hetero breach of Celibacy problem as well.

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Thank you for your thoughtfulness.

Personally I am good as my partner shops and happens to be a chef 😄

But I think it’s a great service for those with no family or friends and on a low budget.

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I shouldn’t bother as most of the stuff I got was shit. The bread was out of date by two days and the potatoes were rotten. If you like UHT milk, cheap canned food, then go for it. I was forced to go out and shop in the end and donated all the stuff back to the food bank. My Protestant neighbour got a wonderful box of all things fresh and bore no resemblance to mine – funny that. The old discrimination still exists depending on your name.

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Irish Government protocols for emp!oyers based on public health guidelines were published today. This is to give employers time to adjust practices prior to reopening.

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The word priest is synonymous the “G” word, Bp Pat. As a washed-up old queen myself, I believe it would be impossible for anyone, including an archbishop, whose time has also come and gone, to control the sex life of anyone, let alone dozens of gay men.

Bp Pat, please resign yourself to his position in life.

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6.26 Archbishop Eamon is still you in Church terms he is not even 60 yet so another 15 years to sort it out.

And I would like to think he will if given the Evidence.

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He may be still young in Church terms, but in “H” time, he is just a shell of himself; old, bland, worn out, and is just sad to see around still.

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Pat @6.32pm. You don’t want to believe stuff that doesn’t suit you, you’re can be very selective. What I report is very true and I have heard similar stories in other council areas. I was given the dregs of what was left over and my Protestant neighbour had the best of everything. Their bread was in date, mine wasn’t and they had potatoes that could be used where mine were rotten. I didn’t get any fancy cakes or artisan cheese or great quality burgers. Do you see where im going here …. There were many that refused to believe Catholics were discriminated against in housing allocation in the North. I thought you knew better.

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I have translated my name to Irish not because I’m a republican or have any Republican agenda (far from it). Yet my food parcel was full of items with Irish tricoulors on them as they were Irish produced. Couldn’t be bothered if they had union Jack’s as all would have been perfectly acceptable. My Protestant neighbour never had any Irish produce. I do believe these hampers are given out on a religiously discrimination based on your name. I have a whole batch of tricolour tinned produce mainly bachelors produce. I’ve since learned that my council used a Christian evangelical charity to distribute the hampers. What I objected to was inside my hamper was a DVD of an evangelical minister preaching. I think that’s an abuse of the system and is simply proselytizing to vulnerable people.

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Pat I don’t think I have laughed so much in years at a spelling mistake above. I assume you meant to put cultus but it came out ‘cuntus clericalus’.
This is just so good and fitting. Please don’t correct it 🤣

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You @9.42pm are just worse than scum. Filth of the highest order. Can just picture you behind a screen with only your hand for pleasure. Then again, spare me that thought you slime.

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Pat, great that your husband is looking after you and keeping you well fed with good grub. As the wee L’Oreal girl would say “because you’re worth it”.

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What priest did that to a bride? And what exactly did he do to the groom? Did the couple eventually get married? I’m guessing the priest is no longer in ministry.

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“We had hoped that he would be the one to free Israel.” The answers are not so easily available; but the time is drawing close to every one of us as the virus tightens its grip. Answers or no answers.
Firstly, we must ask ourselves the most obvious question: why are there no trails and so many unanswered questions? If we truly believed him to be the one to free Israel, then why did we not record this wonderful and magnificent deed?

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8.06: And, in your moral blindness you don’t see anything offensive, vicious, outrageous or abusive in Magna’s vulgarities? Are you part of his conglomerate personae? Spare us your mock indignation.

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