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WHO AND WHAT IS PAUL TIGHE?

I have never met Paul Tighe. Nor do I crave meeting with him 🙂

My opinions about him come from watching him on the media talking – like the short piece above.

He appears to me to be an upper middle class Dublin Catholic.

I suspect that he is ambitious.

I get the feeling that he wants to climb the Vatican greasy pole.

For that to happen I suspect that he does not want to replace Diarmuid Martin in Dublin.

Why would the likes of Tighe want to swap his prestigious desk job in Rome to inherit all the problems DM is leaving behind in Dublin – a disillusioned clergy, disappearing vocations, dwindling congregations, an increasingly secular Ireland and God knows how much debt and other troubles.

It’s much nicer to have a plush and posh life in Rome being a Vatican mouthpiece, living in a comfortable city apartment, wining and dining in the best hosteleries, being an international guest speaker travelling business class and being an expert in how the RCC can use modern tech to promote its propaganda.

One might have high hopes of being an archbishop and cardinal?

Why do people like Paul Tighe wabt to be priests?

They are not pastors.

Tighe reminds me of the quip I once heard a retreat master give:

“He went out to do good – and he did well”. 😄

A COMMENT ON YESTERDAY’S BLOG

Diarmuid has no time for priests. He is a pure careerist whose ambitions lay elsewhere,. Dublin was never something he wanted – he said so so many times. He feigns warmth while with someone but behind the smile is a cold calculating heart interested only in himself. He’s leaving Dublin in a mess. He has surrounded himself with spineless men incapable of speaking up to him – the sooner he goes the better.


Tighe in Rome is too much in the mould of his patron he should stay there. He is devoid of personality and has no pastoral qualities. He would be the kiss of death for Dublin.

TWEEDLEDUM AND TWEEDLEDEE

JUST STARTED DIGITALISING MY OLD VHS TAPES.

HERE IS THE RTE DOCUMENTARY FROM 1985 REGARDING MY DISPUTE WITH CALY DALY.

179 replies on “WHO AND WHAT IS PAUL TIGHE?”

The hands are so distracting. I couldn’t listen to what he was saying.
I looked up the Wikipedia page about him. Remarkably, despite being ordained a diocesan priest 37 years ago he has never served in a parish. What is it with these desk priests? Why didn’t they just become civil servants?

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Like Bishop John Magee’s kiss on the teenager’s forehead….
The hands are Italian..
Or so they tell us ….
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I couldn’t watch even three minutes of this short, self-eulogising, self-promotional video by a physically bloated, and pot-bellied, Paul Tighe. Lack of physical temperance in a priest is a reliable sign of spiritual abd moral dysfunction of one kind or another.

What exposed Tighe’s charater (and similtaneously let him down), were the continuous, almost distracting but emphatic hand gestures. These are expressive of a dogmatic personality: one that believes he is the steward of truth, and that any dissenting voice (if it is even allowed self-expression) is one to be corrected.

This is a man who broke no clericalist moulds. Consequently, he would make a superb cardinal, since his God is the institutional Roman Catholic Church, ‘corrupt, and riddled with corruption’.

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Pat,
You are getting closer to the truth.
Tighe even dresses like Dermott. He said he lives alone in the video but he failed to mention that he has a frequent lodger in the form of an Irish Archbishop. He must sleep on the couch because it is small apartment. Cigars and brandy at the ready in the poorly decorated ‘palace’.

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1:19am, are you a disgruntled priest? Your relentless commentary on the blog regarding PT would indicate the bitterness is deep.

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9.54: What is wrong with you moronic thicks? You are simply saying something for the sake if it. No depth, no intelligence – just a form of big prickery!!! Ignorant and hateful ranting.

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@ 11:31am
The problem is, most of them are unwell in the head. Some are sent to the likes of say, I don’t know, the St Luke’s Centre in Manchester for ‘assassment’ then released back into ministry.
However, the problem here, you see, is that the people who do the assessments are sometimes R clergy who hold the BACP accreditation.
You could describe this as an intermingling of the filth with the establishment.
Now that is a little too close for comfort in my book.
Certainly when they are under the illusion they can do as they please without reprisal from Authority.
The mind boggles, it really does 🤔

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That was the end. Daly refused to comment. PAT Kenny went on to talk about the Anglo Irish Agreement which was to be signed the next say.

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Paul Tighe’s interview – what an absolutely dreadful load of meaningless shite. Bury him at some Vatican desk and keep him away from Dublin or anywhere else – in other words from people. A one dimensional bureaucrat. Like DM he probably believes in nothing.

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It’s clear you have made a thread of comments about Tighe, starting before midnight and into the wee small hours. Never drink and comment! The worst comes out in people.

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His eulogy of the Pope’s social media skills does not stand up to the Corona lockdown test, which has made the Pope voiceless and invisible.

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I don’t mean to be offensive but the man looks like he has special needs……One eye looks at you and the other is looking at dinner.

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TIGHE AND DUBLIN

It is obvious that Dublin priests don’t want Tighe.
But the Vatican is expert at giving people what they dont want !

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I assure you, Diarmuid Martin has advised Tighe to stay in Rome. It would be a demotion! DM has advised her every step of the way. Tighe is doing a job a lay person could do, he talks about twitter like it is a complicated platform; my 4 year old nephew can use it. They area set up nicely for DM’s retirement 😳

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Bishop Tighe can turn on the charm, his south Dublin rather refined clipped accent borders on a british plummy one. He is Mister nice guy to the journalists who scavenge the vatican precincts. He is a creation of Dermo his big pal and patron. He groomed him for episcopal office by creating a bogus high profile job for him in Dublin with the grandiose title of ‘Director of public affairs’. This post was invented for him and died on his appointment to Rome. To give him some Roman street cred he was also named a Monsignor in a blast of purple haze that created a plethora of such domestic prelates. A smokescreen of course, to hide the only one that he really wanted, the said PT. It worked. Priests were so shocked at some of those nominated that PT, who had done nothing to distinguish himself in any aspect of his life slipped in under the radar, and could arrive in Rome in suitable purple attire, already on rung two of the ladder. A truly Machiavellian masterstroke, but then it is Dermo we’re talking about!
Tighe is by nature an introvert and the role of diocesan bishop is not one that would fit with him in any way. Having said that he could still end up in Drumcondra as monarch of all he surveys. Nothing would surprise when it comes to the church. It would be a disaster for the diocese – more of the same, a man with frustrated ambitions in a role he despises, a recipe for inertia. Given that he is a creation of Dermo he could end up as a glove puppet for him and Dublin continue on the slippery slope to nowhere.
Let’s hope they leave PT in Rome where he seems happy to swan about the corridors of power – probably in the hope that he can deliver one day, by proxy, the red hat that has eluded his lord and master.

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THE DM MONSIGNORS

Can we have the names of the plethora of monsignor DM created.
I think Paul Callan was one?
It’s a wonder they never made Michael RASPUTIN Cleary one.

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Well and truly understood.
Also, impressive coverage on the Tighe thing, a litany of little monsters at every step, waiting to devour, for no reason. Just to devour, one would guess.

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Never in the parish rang in once to say he was too sick to say mass I could hear the flight announcements in the background. That’s our Tom.

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Diarmuid has been an excellent Archbishop of Dublin. True a majority of Dublin priests dislike him, but then what would you expect. The majority of Dublin priests are little shits.

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You do have to say that majority of Dublin Priests are pathetic with the exception of a few. Today would one go to Mass if celebrated by a Dublin Priest. It would leave you depressed. People flock to the parishes of Religious orders. Dublin Priests are lazy. Just want to complain and bitch about everything and do any of them have Faith and even believe in God.

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Ahhhhh dermo calm down luv. The kitty claws are out because they came for your protégé/protégay? It is all coming out now.

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Bishop Pat
Diarmuid Martin visit’s Paul Tighes mother in a nursing home in Dublin on a regular basis. He does not do this for other dublin clergy. Why?

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There is no doubt that D and P are close friends. I suppose D is visiting P’s mother because P is his close friend, rather than one of his priests. And P is a long way from Dublin.
As far as I can see there is nothing to suggest that D and P are any more than close friends?

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…but don’t dig too far as you might find yourself covered in your own soil and unable to dig your way out. Good to see you purpously sprinting around the oratory on my behalf yesterday 🙂

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The horrible vitriol, sneering, name calling and silly gossipy comments about Bishop Tighe, led by Pat are outrageous. I personally would prefer he’d stay in Rome but he does not warrant the unkind, mendacious and ugly commentary directed against him. There are a few clerics who play politics and who are jealous of Paul’s rising star. Good luck to him. We all have annoying mannerisms in our demeanour, so let’s admit to our own irritations. Some commentators have never encountered Paul Tighe and yet make huge assertions purely out of gossip. Magna has made a few, Pat has made some – others have an intense dislike for Paul How many of you really known this man? You are all worse than the late night queens who dress up!! Be like real men, ladies!!

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11.16: You are do wring, idiot! I happen to be in the south of the country. I have no interest in assassinating anyone for pure fun. Get a life. Grow up.

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Pat, what struck me watching the Today Tonight programme is, how remarkable to think, while you were having your differences with Daly, these tin-pot bishops throughout the entire country, were protecting clerical child abusers. I can recall meeting Sean Fortune in the early 1980s, and given an invite to his den of iniquity on the Wicklow coast. Apparently, alarm bells were loudly ringing about him, for you know what, while he was a seminarian.
Yet, he was ordained, and left to his own devices for years. What an awful shame Daly didn’t have what it took to mend fences with you, like a grown up Christian man. He must have felt very threatened by you, making an example of you to others who might threaten him or rock his boat. How long is a priest on probation in a diocese?
A great programme from 1985 .Fair play, Pat!

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We should hear Cardinal Daly’s Lord rest him, side of what happened, you must have been a nightmare for him. There is nothing more annoying than a disobedient subordinate.

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@ 11:18am
Oh that really does look like him!
Does not Pennywise wonder looking for innocent souls to devour?
In the film Pennywise prefers to devour the souls of hapless children.
Uncanny resemblance, as mentioned at the beginning.

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12:30

Daly was invited to respond to EVERYTHING I said on the media.
Truth is: He had no response.
He was a little dictator who could not cope with being challenged.
During my last meeting with him on 11.10.1985 I told him:
“Cahal, since you were in the pram no one ever said no to you. Now you have met a man who will and you’re throwing your rattle out of the pram” 😃

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DM tried to pull the wool over your eyes PB. “The Truth will set you free” – this quote will not age well for him and it will be revolting.

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MVB 3:58pm

I’m not being patronizing but I think you should quit the satin it doesn’t suit you. Go back to the polyester so much more suited to someone like you, and that is the truth.

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Not being funny at all but you clerics coming on here saying you don’t want Tighe as archbishop of Dublin are being naive, because doing that is the best way of making sure he becomes archbishop of Dublin.

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Ould Gossip Alert! 6:45pm

A rave from the grave, a blast from the past Ould Mother is back under yet another name. She has posted under more names than there are titles in The Litany of Loreto she must have ran out ink for her poison pen. She is now posting under her new title Mother Vitriolic Bag.

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6:27 pm

“Bella,” ” what, are you ranting about”?
“It’s way past your bed time”.” Nighty-Night”, “Bella”!

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ENTRE NOUS
martin is happy to have +PT to hang around with when he retires.
He brought his old pal the other PT from Melbourne to continue his work of destroying the diocese. Taylor is already wielding the axe as chair of the common fund and has cut the old priests monthly salary to 560€. Why paid those who no longer contribute.? Nasty enough to be that new AB??

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8:32pm
No Polly It should be Nighty Night for you we don’t want you up all night posting yer usual garbage stay off the gargle, get a job and stop living off the tax payer. you’ve done it long enough .

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As I said here recently, try not to fat shame people, even this Mr Micawber angling for a promotion. There could be a medical reason. That being said, there used to be an old quip that the moment the bishop laid his hands on you at ordination, you gained a half-stone!

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Clergy don’t learn customer service and that’s one of the problems. The Japanese car industry had a policy as long ago as the seventies of treating a complaining customer as an opportunity – if you treat them right they will tell people how good you are. A customer who doesn’t complain isn’t such an opportunity.
If Daly had treated you as an opportunity at any point… Well, who knows how it would have ended. I feel sure that if you had perceived the bishop differently you would have been ready to hear any perception he had that you were being difficult.
However all is sacrificed to the pursuit of mediocrity – the effect of this is visible in the bishops!
Many of the saints must have been complete nightmares – Philip Neri springs to mind – but nowadays would be firmly silenced.

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Your comment is very balanced.

I produced a 15 page Reconciliation Proposal for Dalys successor Walsh. It gave them all they wanted + + +

He reacted by threatening me.

The problem Daly and I had was primarily that he was a dictator bishop and I was trying to practice Vatican 11 pastoral practice.

Daly did not do dialogue. I begged him time and time again to dialogue with me.

He did the Ignatius of Antioch “the voice of the bishop is the voice of God”.

Anyway, I’m sure Gods plan is somewhere in it all.

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Pat, I enjoyed the RTE video about you very much, thanks for posting it. Here are my observations.

1. It shows how Ireland was still so Catholic (or maybe it reflects contemporary RTE news values) that your dispute with Cahal got top billing, pushing the signing of the Anglo-Irish Agreement into second place.

2. I hadn’t realised that the Divis Flats were right beside the cathedral. It was great to see you talking to the young ones. I imagine the current generation don’t talk to priests.

3. I was very struck by the poor housing, lack of jobs and discrimination. Imagine going down into the city centre jobcentre and saying you were from the Falls.

4. You came across as very brave, whether it was confronting the INLA, armed robbers, unionist bigots or Cahal.

5. I thought that the DUP in Kilkeel was fair and reflective.

6. I couldn’t understand why there was no Church response. Surely RTE gave the heirarchy’s press office a right to reply but they didn’t take it up.

7. Were you incardinated in D&C? If so, did you not try to challenge Cahal through the canon law system or is it, as I’ve heard, that curates have virtually no rights in canon law?

8. Visiting the Protestant churches was a brave act in those towns at that time, though I’m ensure that it enraged some people.

9. Did Cahal expect you to live on the street with no income? Did the PP of Larne not defend you?

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I was struck by the old lady coming up to Pat and shaking his hand, and the other man did the same. Pat was very handsome back then, and I’m not sure if it was the camera but Pats skin looked amazing. I suppose back then it was soap and water. now its all moisturiser, toner, and face masks.

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The Divis Divis elderly and I loved each other.

They enjoyed my Mass and homilies.

I inherited my mothers good skin 🙂

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Thank you for your observations.

It was amazing that my issue knocked the signing of the agreement off RTE’s primary politics programme.

Unemployment in Divis was 87%.

God gave me courage early on. Later he added wisdom 🙂

George Graham and I became friends.

The Church was offered a FULL right of reply. They refused ?

I was in D&C 8 years. I had applied for incardination. Daly played canonical tricks on me.

When I came to Larne two loyalist gunmen tried to murder me. I had to have bullet proof glass an an RUC automatic pistol.

Daly didnt care where I lived.

The PP Fr Paddy McVeigh said “I wish I had half your balls”. But he was afraid of Daly

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You demonstrated what the vast majority of RC priests lacked (and still lack): a moral spine. And you had the wisdom (you were not without it, even at the time, despite what you think) to accept the likely consequences of raising your head above a sea of compliant, and episcopally complaisant, priests.

The only cultic cohesion in the RCC is, and always was, subjugation of the laity through fear of damnation. It is far less effective these days, but its impact on Mass-attending, elderly parishoners, despite the ever-burgeoning moral filth in the Church, is as obvious as it is pitiful.

Some priest-posters on this blog have flattered themselves by proudly stating that the loyalty of these parishoners is publc testament to the moral quality of the priests they serve.

Self-deception is the most insidious of the lot.

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Thank you for your replies, Pat. I was in Maynooth a few years later and I remember the middle dean, Fr Ahern, telling a student who had slept in that if he didn’t pull his socks up, he’d turn into another Pat Buckley.

I think old Cahal was terrified and also enraged because he and people like him had never been contradicted to their face – priests and people just complained to one another or just walked away.

It’s the ruthlessness of the Church and its bishops that shocks me. They must become very hard and cynical, as old policemen and judges tend to become. The same men that were coming out with warm words about “God is love”, doing worthy broadcasts at Christmas and telling everybody else how to live, were at the same time moving abuser priests about, getting abused children to sign oaths of secrecy, hiding IRA men in monasteries and saying Mass while in all sorts of relationships – going from bed linen to altar linen, as Sr Vincent, the Infirmarian of Maynooth used to say.

It seems awful to ask, but do you think he put you in loyalist towns because he thought you’d be at risk there, or did he just want you to go to places where there were fewer Catholics to corrupt, as he would have seen it.

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After the attempted gun attack on me the RUC superintendent told me RUC HQ informed Daly that my life was in danger and to warn me.

Daly never warned me.

He would have like the UVF or UDA to do his job for him.

Abd then he would have given me a Martyrs funeral.

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8.24

My God! That info about Daly is both incredible, and believeable. All at once.

Daly truly was an evil man.

Good enough for Purgatory?

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6.43: I do not accept Mary Wakefield’s conclusions. Priest, as I jnow from my contacts, went out if their way to be of assistance to the sick and dying until we were commanded and advised by medical and health professionals to cease doing our work because of the inherent and potential risk to the well being of all. She can condemn all she likes. She is obviously not a professional medical expert. And I’m certain she wouldn’t want any person visiting her mother or father during this pandemic. She can moralise all she likes but the truth is that we as priests and all churches were bound to the protocols and guidelines and correctly so. During the pandemic I visited 4 gravely ill parishioners, nervously, cautiously and carefully and only on request by relatives. We were not expected to be foolish heroes in the midst of a horrible deathly virus. Her reasoning is absurd. Her arguments are faulty.

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I agree that the Church betrayed the dying; if it could betray children, it is small beer to betray the dying.
But not in the way the way either Mary Sykes (the author of the article) or Damian Thompson (Who else?) thinks.The Church has betrayed the dying by having drummed into them that a priest is necessary for personal reception of God’s grace, especially the grace to prepare one for eternal life.
If dying Covid-19 patients were anxious about their fortunes post-mortem, it was only because a long, tedious, and mind-bending succession of priests, fearmongers, had made them dependent, not on Christ, but on priests themselves for salvation. It is indoctrination, form of idolatry, by parasitical rogues, but one too late to challenge for most people at the point of death

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The poisonous snake is back. Pat – you are a betrayer of your flollowers to allow this hate monger back.

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I presume you are referring to Magna? I see no posts using his tag.

Can I really ban comments because I SUSPECT they are MC?

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7.16: You despaeately wanted to say Christ-betrayers – didn’t you? You cannot hide your twisted sense of theology. Your humanity still stinks despite being told to get lost and grow up. Your hatred for priests is boundless.

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To my abuser in Liverpool, you have caused so much pain and hurt.
I pray the good Lord that you are able to freely to see the err of your ways.
And I pray the Lord that you are prevented from subjecting your abuse onto others.

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Dear North West. I am deeply sorry to hear of your hurt. was your abuser a lay person? or religious? Whatever rank or position this person now holds you should report it immediately to the police.

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with the greatest respect, you need to take this to the authorities and not make anonymous allegations on a blog. You have a moral duty to bring your concerns to the relevant authorities, less you place a vulnerable person in danger.

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7:14pm
Thank you, you are very right.
You have my sincere word, as a man of God, that I have done everything within my limited and humble capacity to prevent, and severe, the chances of any harm coming to other vulnerables re: these priests, and those who have enabled their abuse.
We take Safeguarding, very, very seriously.
Alas, for I am just a humble vulnerable adult with no voice and no power, so please light a candle and may I ask you to place your hands together for me X

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7:14 pm

I brought concerns of mine to relevant church authorities to find they didn’t give a shite.
So much for moral duties.

Go to a solicitor not connected in any way with the church.

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6.44 you blog on here under at least 3 different names. I would bet that this is made up. Call the Police if it is true and grow up.

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I’d say there area lot of clergy in Liverpool who are wondering if this refers to them. Think back decades, lads, and what you were up to. It could be YOU !

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6.43: I do not accept Mary Wakefield’s conclusions. Priest, as I jnow from my contacts, went out if their way to be of assistance to the sick and dying until we were commanded and advised by medical and health professionals to cease doing our work because of the inherent and potential risk to the well being of all. She can condemn all she likes. She is obviously not a professional medical expert. And I’m certain she wouldn’t want any person visiting her mother or father during this pandemic. She can moralise all she likes but the truth is that we as priests and all churches were bound to the protocols and guidelines and correctly so. During the pandemic I visited 4 gravely ill parishioners, nervously, cautiously and carefully and only on request by relatives. We were not expected to be foolish heroes in the midst of a horrible deathly virus. Her reasoning is absurd. Her arguments are faulty.

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Let me posit Pat Buckley as the thesis….Cathal Daly was therefore the antithesis…..

Cathal Daly did many things in his life…I am sure much good but it was a side effect…..Cathal Daly never did anything in his life that was not ultimately for himself. I am very aware of someone he helped greatly when he was quitting the priesthood….very honourably leaving….but ultimately the reason was Cathal himself….he helped to help himself, there was zero altruism in it…..

Pat Buckley had the measure of Cathal Daly……and Daly knew it……delenda est carthago

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Pat, well done on your performance in the programme all those years ago now! It’s a major tragedy that you were effectively hounded out of the diocese. God knows it’s an indictment of the church at that time that CBD could be described as being on the liberal wing. You came across as articulate, principled, a believer in the justice we encounter so much in scripture. You were like Amos, Jeremiah, and John the Baptist and yes, like Jesus himself. The church needs people like you. You defended the fatherless. The Lord is honoured when people do that. May the Lord bless you and keep you.

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9.11: A b8gusvcomment from you Pat. If you were truly aware of your sinfulness and imperfections, truly and honestly, you wouldn’t smash others into the ground with name calling, condemnation, harsh judgment and feeling so absolute in your self righteousness. You have quite an immovable moral superiority over others who do not fit your scriptures. You feel all too willing to throw many to the wolves on your blog and there are crazy wolves on your blog apart from clerics.

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Orlando Gibbons – 1583 – 1625 — ‘Oh Clap Your Hands’

The Renaissance breathed life and colour into the Arts, and music in particular.
Gibbons, Tallis and Palestina were notible for their hands-on approach in areas of choral music and its place in the liturgy. They were not afraid to push the boundaries of the senses in respect to music and spirituality.

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9:24

There is no contradiction between knowing one own sinfulness and holding corruption and its upholders up to ridicule and scathing criticism.

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9:24 pm

People lives have been ruined, destroyed, with many in their graves prematurely as a consequence of church corruption, abuse and criminality. I was thrown to a wolf pretending
to be a sheep for the sake of mother church and her clergy. You are right, their are still plenty of crazy clerics about the place.

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I think DM has treated us to a one off appointment to settle Ciara in a posh spot hopefully awaiting some mitre ir other.

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Pat, Locan (The Bollox) O’Brien has been assigned to the Pro-Cathedral as assistant priest, having stepped aside for Ciara. Lorcan and McrDermott make a happy couple. McDermott is Adm in absentia, he is residing in leafy Clontarf having deemed the Marlborough Street Presbytery as unfit for human habitation. What’s the problem? It should be fit for him.

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10.36: Another disgruntled, unhappy, malcontent priest who obviously hates Ciaran, Lorcan and Ciaran…grow up Fr….Did you not get what you dreamed of.? You malcontents are sickening and very divisive in the Dublin Diocese. You should leave ministry. We know who you lot are!

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For a communications wallah, Paul Tighe’s a bit flat and uncharismatic, isn’t he? He won’t set Dublin diocese aflame, that’s for sure. He reminds of a middle-ranking civil servant, which I suppose is what he is, really.

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Pat,
CBD ,when bishop of D&C, was a frequent visitor in my home when I was young. My father had been friends with him since Daly’s days at QUB.
My father was also a great church worthy, SVdeP etc.
When Daly arrived in our home my da used to get down on one knee and kiss Daly’s episcopal ring.
My mother on the other hand,while courteous, called him the’ oul woman from Tully’
She had the measure of him. She was a great judge of people and often said that he would do anything to suck up to Ulster’s middle class unionists.
You have often alleged that he was a police informer. A former neighbour of ours confirmed this to me after Daly’s death. This man was a retired senior officer, a catholic and now sadly passed too.
After Daly went to Armagh and it was announced that he was to be Cardinal my da was ecstatic His personal friend was a cardinal. Mother, on the other hand said it was a sad state of affairs if that was the best the Vatican could do.
I know lots about Daly. He was anything but a nice man. His image was all polish.
But he is dead not so I’ll leave it there.

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