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J P LYTTLE AND HIS BISHOP “PHYLIS” EGAN.

There are two soul destroying aspects to abuse of any kind.

1. There is the abuse itself.

2. There is the cover up of abuse by bad authorities.

We have seen this millions of times in the RCC – priests abusing people – and bishops covering up for the abusers.

This week we this dynamic in the case of JOHN PAUL LYTTLE – and the covering up of his bishop PHYLIS EGAN.

John Paul got a young man in his Reading parish semi drunk / drunk by giving him wine.

He then tried to seduce the young man by getting him to stay overnight (the PP was away).

He sexualised the conversation with the young man by announcing: “I wank. I watch porn. I’m always horney”.

When the young man realised where Power Bottom Lyttle was going he immediately left the presbytery.

Apart from having endured an attempted seduction by his priest- the young man was further hurt by having his faith undermined.

He wrote to Phylis Egan and told the supreme pastor of his diocese that he daith had been undermined.

What did Pastor Egan do?

1. He refused to acknowledge the injured party’s letter.

2. He refused to answer him.

3. He handed the matter over to an office worker to reply – a Heather Hauschild, Chief Operating Officer of Support and Administration who dismissed the faith aspect and told the victim the matter was over!!!

Heather Hauschild

So now, John Paul can now go back to another parish and do it all over again.

And all will live happy ever after!

MY KIND OF BISHOP

Pere Casaldàliga was born on 16 February 1928 in Balsareny, Catalonia, Spain, and grew up on his family’s cattle ranch. He joined the Claretians, entering in the Claretian Seminary of Vic at the age of nine. He was ordained a priest in Barcelona on 31 May 1952.

Casaldàliga moved to Brazil as a missionary in 1968.On 27 April 1970, Pope Paul VI named him Apostolic Administrator of the Territorial Prelature of São Félix. On 27 August 1971, Pope Paul named him prelate of that jurisdiction and titular bishop of Altava. He received his episcopal consecration on 23 October from Fernando Gomes dos Santos, Archbishop of Goiânia.[citation needed]

Brazilian dictatorship

In the 1970s, the military regime ruling Brazil tried without success to force Casaldàliga to leave the country. His advocacy for indigenous peoples and peasants resulted in repeated death threats, and in 1976 a priest was killed standing alongside him at a march protesting the mistreatment of female prisoners. In the 1980s, he refused to make the required ad limina visits to Rome that bishops normally make every five years. He said he feared not being able to re-enter Brazil and said “The visits were bureaucratic and formal and did not lead to proper dialogue.”

Casaldàliga co-founded the Conselho Indigenista Missionário [pt] in 1972, an organ of the Episcopal Conference of Brazil that fights for the right to cultural diversity of indigenous peoples to strengthen its autonomy.

In 1986, Casaldàliga founded a pilgrimage, Romería de los Mártires, held every five years. It centers on the site where Jesuit João Bosco Bernier was killed at Casaldáliga’s side on 11 October 1976, the Sanctuary of the Martyrs of the “Caminhada”.

Liberation theology movement and friction with the VaticanEdit

In June 1988, as part of a Vatican effort to place restrictions on the liberation theology movement and following its 1985 silencing of Brazilian theologian Leonardo Boff, Casaldáliga was called to Rome to be examined by Cardinals Joseph Ratzinger and Bernadin Gantin on his theological writings and pastoral activity.

The Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith (CDF) and the Congregation of Bishops produced a statement for him to sign as an acknowledgment of his errors. The statement decreed that he would not add political content to processions, would accept restrictions on his theological work, and only say Mass or preach outside of Brazil, especially in Nicaragua, with permission from the local bishop. He did not sign it.

He summarized his views: “My attitude is a reflection of the view of the church in many regions of the world… I have criticized the Curia over the way bishops are chosen, over the minimal space given to women, over its distrust of liberation theology and bishops’ conferences, over its excessive centralism. This does not mean a break with Rome. Within the family of the church and through dialogue, we need to open up more space.”

Later years

Pope John Paul II accepted Casaldàliga’s resignation on 2 February 2005. Anticipating the appointment of his successor, he objected that it would happen without the people of the prelature being consulted. In retirement he continued to live in São Félix do Araguaia, and work as an ordinary priest under his successors.

When the CDF criticized the work of theologian Jon Sobrino of El Salvador in 2007, Casaldáliga responded with an open letter asking that the Church confirm its “real commitment to the service of God’s poor” and acknowledge “the link between faith and politics”. He had Parkinson’s disease since at least 2012 he referred to it as “Brother Parkinson”.

In 2015, Pope Francis consulted Casaldàliga, among others, during the writing of the encyclical Laudato si’

Death threats

Casaldàliga was the target of death threats, and even assassination attempts, throughout his life. In 1993 Amnesty International showed concern for the safety of Bishop Casaldàliga when landowners hired gunmen to kill him.

In December 2012, Casaldàliga had to flee his home, and the Federal Police hid him for two months after he received death threats from landowners from the region when he helped the Xavante people regain their land.

Death

On 4 August 2020, Casaldàliga was admitted to the hospital for respiratory problems, being very weak due to his advanced state of Parkinson’s disease. He tested negative for COVID-19.

Casaldàliga died on 8 August 2020, in Batatais, in the state of São Paulo.

186 replies on “J P LYTTLE AND HIS BISHOP “PHYLIS” EGAN.”

My uncle was a Claretian, Latinist, and canon lawyer. But he was unlike most canon lawyers I knew.

He was highly educated in the pre-Vatican II Church, but his feet were on moral and spiritual terra firma. His informality (confession on the move, and in the street) were endearing qualities. And I know that his fellow Claretians had to flee Central America in the 1970s-1980s owing to real death threats.

I respected my uncle, but…his core loyalty to Holy Mother Church used piss me off!

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10:15pm
You were right to respect your uncle he sounds the kind of priest we are sadly lacking now. The fact that his loyalty to Our Holy Mother The Church p……d you off say’s more about you than him.

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8.30

Read between the lines.

I wonder how much abuse my uncle was aware of, but kept mum about.😕

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My uncle pissed my sister off! Mid 1960’s he was boasting about how much the new velvet curtains cost in the parochial house after his move there as PP from a smaller less prestigious parish. Recently married, she told him that he’d spent more on his curtains than she had on furnishing her new married home.
MMM

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I know current priests who hire interior designers to decorate and furnish the new presbyteries they move into.

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Yes Jack, it certainly did. And my fathers first car was his younger clerical brother’s “last years model”, in aprox 1950, being a black Morris 8, Reg No PI 9038
MMM

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I wonder if the Chief Operating Officer (surely that should be the bishop) is related to this chap, Edward Hauschild, a sem for Portsmouth?

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8.16

How, I wonder, would he have described the arrangements at the Last Supper. They must have been much more rustic and simple. In a word, first-century Palestinian.

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@ 8:10, yes, plenty. I suppose it all depends where you live, where you work and who you mix with. If you mean do you see any working class men at Mass you are probably right.

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Anyone drawn today to the Roman Catholic Church, especially to its priesthood, is complicit in its institutional and moral degeneracy.

Ministerially, it is a filthy conglomeration of mental and emotional misfits, and sexual deviants. It is utterly devoid of moral conscience, a phenomenon most visible in its priests, the vast majority of whom would bend the knee to a bishop rather than to Christ speaking through personal conscience.

These characteristics are now widely known.

There can be no excuse for the idiot in this video.

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Begorra that’s a strange letter from the church office to the alleged victim. Impact on faith? What about impact on physical mental and emotional health.

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A bit off for the bishop to pass it to a civil servant to reply, and she did the classic “non-apology”, saying “we are sorry that you are telling us that this has had an impact on your faith”. She should have said “We are sorry that this has had an impact on your faith.”

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Dona 8:49am
Morning Dona yer out of yer scratcher early today, don’t you be going apoplectic today just because someone holds different opinions to you. Tale a chill pill dear and calm down.
Eviva Maria!

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9:06

Luv you, Bella. Don’t let on to Mrs. Bellarmine.
Likewise pudding. Now, don’t go into a rant today at alternative views.
It’s bad for your blood pressure.

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12.20
No!
I am BELLARMINE.
The dimwit at 8.39 is an IMPOSTOR.
But a very poor one, since we see through her at every turn. 😆

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@9:39 is a denier and an enabler. That presbytery at English Martyrs housed a priest who was looking at a huge collection of child abuse porn involving babies and children. If it came on the open market would you want to buy and live in such a house?

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Now that JPL has been found not guilty by the diocese (what a farce) , surely he can come out of hiding and be in a parish?

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The diocese puts great store on the police deciding to take no action. Of course the police would do that. JPL was perving on an adult. No crime was committed legally so it couldn’t be a police matter unless it involved a minor or there was violence or sexual assault. JPL has not been accused of that, but of what the Anglicans would call conduct unbeoming a clerk in holy orders.
Is there no right of appeal through the canon law system. At the risk of sounding like Jim S, can’t the policeman write to the nuncio?
If I were the copper I’d give my story to The Sun newspaper.

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They always do. I’m waiting for the one that was covered up for in Galway in the last two years to offend again. It’s heartbreaking. At least the one in Reading was dismissed from the priesthood and jailed. The one in Galway is swanning around holier than thou.

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Many Priests in the Diocese of totally opposed to JP Lytttle staying in active ministry, or returning to a Parish. The Bishop ignores it. He will not listen to our concerns. Egan does not reply when we write to him about it. The relationship between Egan and the majority of the clergy is broken beyond repair.

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From the grapevine:
The complaint from the young cop in English Martyrs, Reading, is not the only one that Portsmouth have received about JPL.
He’s made a nuisance of himself with others and they know it. His drinking like a fish isn’t helping him resist young men.
Egan ignored advice and ordained this ticking time bomb. Lyttle should be laicised swiftly and Egan removed as bishop for incompetence and inability to govern a diocese. Phyllis Egan is unfit for office.
The response of Portsmouth to the young policeman beggars belief. He needs to go to the media now if he has the courage and strength. Blow down the house of cards that is Portsmouth diocese.

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It’s disgusting re naming a priest where he can’t defend himself in this blog. It’s gossipy very un Christian. It’s rcc business as you left it very long ago nothing do with you cos u aren’t a member of the rcc.
Anyway that priest shouldn’t be ordained full stop given his previous priors. He isn’t fit to be a priest given his comments. There is a door out there for you to leave as if I would in my position.
On different tack, some priests leaving or MIA, as rcc isn’t sustainable in long term view of replacing it. It can only shrink and become small and smaller. It will never become extinct.
My question here, is rcc in ireland the state of huge collapse or small collapse? Discipline of going mass regularly has been lost due to cov19 as one bishop had said already.
Interesting piece on stamullen and also the book written by a monk. It certainly raises questions as the age of 35 as I was shocked. Possible theory is cult of personality around him. Also they wanted expenditure of 6k per week or month, which was on high end of spending which isn’t expected coming from a monastery. Lot of questions arising from that monastery. I was thinking of going there last year for a few days away from stress etc but distance put me off etc. I was told its booked solidly regularly on most months. Now after seeing that blog on stamullen, it now turned me off.

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Yes exposure is needed. Not of JPL (he’s had enough on this blog) but of Bishop Egan. How callous not to reply himself. But some busy body office worker. Whose son is clearly a disciple of Egan. I wouldn’t accept that. Portsmouth is a joke.

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You can only stay in Silverstream (@ suggested €50 minimum per night) if you are a priest, deacon, sem, male religious order or are enquiring about being a monk.
From their website:
The guesthouse at Silverstream Priory is open to priests, seminarians, male religious, and men considering a vocation to our Benedictine life.
We are happy to welcome guests, regardless of their ability to pay. A suggested donation of €50 per diem allows us to meet the operational and maintenance costs of the guesthouse. We are grateful to those who make additional gifts, beyond the suggested offering, to help us extend hospitality to others.
(Note: Retreatants who are not priests, deacons, seminarians, male religious, or monastic aspirants can enquire with the Guestmaster about B&Bs and hotels near the Priory.)

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That should be truncated to (“Note: Retreatants who are not gay can enquire with the Guestmaster of B&Bs and hotels near the Priory.)

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You are quite right. Silverstream was set up by a gay man to attract younger gay men and to have as guests younger gay priests and seminarians.

It is a gay project.

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I’ve never heard of Benedictine monastery like this one, where the guesthouse excludes the laity.

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8:28
How many rooms in Silverstream guesthouse? Seems very odd no rooms available for laity.
Is there a constant stream of priests, deacons and seminarians visiting?

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I wonder if “Tonsure Kissing” is in this book
DIAGNOSTIC AND STATISTICAL
MANUAL OF
MENTAL DISORDERS
FIFTH EDITION
DSM-5TM

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9:33 pm

Don’t think so, but it might be included as a new source of business if the practice catches on. It might create a new opportunity for big pharma to market a new pill. Tiagra.

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And now the real significance of having an upper age limit of 35 is now clear beyond doubt – just like the filter for overnighting in the guest house.

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That young man typifies our seminarians. I wish him luck, but the Roman Catholic project is on its way out, nothing Egan can do. The CofE will go first, but we won’t be far behind them. Im just sitting back waiting. 🕺🍸🕰🤣

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7:51
Booked solidly….popular spot, eh. I wonder with who and why.
Maybe popular with those into tonsure kissing.

No end of hierarchical dictators in the Rcc as illustrated in the little phyl saga.

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8.41.

Email from stanmullen monastery last year said it re solid bookings which I was surprised given lack of public transport. I was then advised to go to bb or guest Houses. That was 2019 I think.

Little pyhl saga? I don’t follow it, who was it that you referring to?

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Deaf guy why would you go there after all your criticisms of the Church. You are the sort of weirdo you find hanging round these places doing pretend retreats.

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9.27am..
A gay project. It sounds more like it.
DSM manual was discredited by a book whose name I forgot. It lacked precision science and evidence based approach. Its guess work, hunch and their experience of assessing people referred by doctors.
One psychiatrist a nephew to arch Bishop mc quaud who came to our school and assessed us. He was unable to see the effects of abuses as he was blind. He couldn’t see abuses going on in that school. Can he define mental illness exactly, no but he relied on that psych book as gold standard. That tells you more about psych but not all of them though.

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9.44 am

My criticisms at rcc were justified based on my experiences with them in Institutional schools. Criticism is necessary to change church behaviour otherwise they learn nothing.

Where did I say retreats? I never said as you said it yourself. Originally I wanted to go there for relax and reduce stress etc nothing to do with church or monastery. It’s a figment of your Imagination.

Thank god it showed up on that blog re stanmullen which decided it for me NOT to go there at ALL costs.

Its an advertisement for gay priests or seminarian I think cos pat call it a gay project.

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9.54
Criticism is far from sufficient here.
Now holding the bastardos feet to the fire is something else.
It is inevitable that this priest-dominated, priest-deferential institution will be persecuted, but not because it follows in the footsteps of Christ.
Where is Cromwell when needed, and that paring sword of his?

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10:37am

Polly we’ve heard all this from you before, your great love of the archfiend Cromwell is almost as bad as the tripe you spout about the Spanish Civil War and your language hasn’t improved either. I’m sure you would have been one of the first the great puritan would have pared his sward on,don’t you think?

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And if Pat called you a big queen deaf gay you would believe him also. Who goes to a monastery for a break or holiday – wise up. Have you never heard of hotels.

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6:22
You know little of the Rule of St. Benedict.
People visit monasteries for a variety of reasons.

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HAIR FETISH

Hair fetishism, also known as hair partialism and trichophilia, is a partialism in which a person sees hair – most commonly, head hair – as particularly erotic and sexually arousing.Arousal may occur from seeing or touching hair, whether head hair, armpit hair, chest hair or fur. Head-hair arousal may come from seeing or touching very long or short hair, wet hair, certain colors of hair or a particular hairstyle. Pubephilia is sexual arousal at the sight or feel of pubic hair.

Haircut fetishism is a related paraphilia in which a person is aroused by having their head hair cut or shaved, by cutting the hair of another, by watching someone get a haircut, or by seeing someone with a shaved head or very short hair.

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Jeepers!
So he was getting off every time under the pretext of being … what’s the pious twee these men use? … a ‘Father in Christ’?
The…

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Very informative, Pat. Is there a parallel entry for the white stockings and underwear brigade – monks wearing white stockings instead of other clothes such as trousers and underpants. Is it a sexual fetish too?

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You would see the name Very Reverend Gerard Deegan except he never signed it. Just “Trustee”. Has the same room all the time, must be home from home.

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I don’t think he is a “power bottom”, Bp Pat, someone just said that on previous block comments and you’ve just latched on to it because you like the sounds of it.

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Liverpool – th Aug 2020 at 12:06 pm — Speaking of Chief Operating Officers, here is the newly appointed C.O.O. for the Archdioce of Liverpool, Mr Martin Miller.
What exactly is the role of Mr Martin Miller as Chief Operating Officer?
http://www.liverpoolcatholic.org.uk/index.php?p=1610
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RCC Archdiocese of Birmingham have similarly appointed a COO.
Here’s the announcement and job description – https://www.birminghamdiocese.org.uk/FAQs/chief-operating-officer
Such posts were badly needed, but were probably only created at the insistence of the Charity Commission and because of all that’s come out at the Hearings of The Independent Inquiry into Child Sexual Abuse. For example, here’s one of Cardinal Nichols’s appearances –
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vS6o0ehJjfA

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Another aspect of ‘traditional’ religious life which was/is dodgy is the use of the discipline or whip.
Sometimes this was used privately but I have heard the Passionists would all strip to the waist in choir, the lights would be dimmed and they would all whip themselves while the miserere was recited.
You would have to be very naive not to see this as dodgy if not sexual.

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12.58
They probably do.
I do know that they self-harm through use of fasting and of the cilice, the latter basically an instrument of self-torture tightened round a human limb (leg or arm) until it causes pain. Of course, Opus Dei has its own vocabulary for this masochism, which it politely calls ‘self-mortification’.
Insanity by another name is still insanity. But that’s Roman Catholicism: it prefers to call a spade a spoon.
Honesty is always the best policy, isn’t it?

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It did exist. My uncle, who served in both Ireland and Botswana as a Passionist would tell us about it. He is dead now but he also had a few choice words about D’Arcy.
He often talked in kindly terms about a priest Called Marcellus Gillespie who had a big bust up with the bishop and left.

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It was from a former Passionist novice who had not experienced it in his day but heard it as a thing in the past.

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The history of Roman Catholicism is in part the story of all sorts of perversion. And it began with one of the most perverse of Catholic saints, Jerome. This foul-tempered fool mistranslated into Latin, the Vulgate, significant parts of the scriptures in Greek. He rendered the Greek ‘metanoeite’ (‘repenting’) as ‘poenitentiam agite’ (‘do penance’). Early Irish monks began the codification of this in a sliding scale of penances (punishments) which very often involved self-starvation. Roman Catholicism’s god seemed to get off on beholding his followers inflict pain on themselves; basically, on their self-harming.
The Roman Catholic Church is one f**k*d up motherf****r.

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Jerome was not the first nor the last at that………translation I mean……Amen Amen I say to you…..is from the French ( Jerusalem Bible)….Jesus did not speak in solemnity… ever……not the first or the last was the most unpleasant of men at that…..translation you call it. It was/is essentially editorial and deliberate….

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It would seem Mr Martin Miller, in his role of Chief Operating Officer is to sit at important meetings and give nods, winks and hand gestures in attempt to signal his approval or disapproval on matters.
You literally have to have eyes in the back of your head.
Mr Miller could easily put John McCririck the horse racing commentator out of a job 😂 😂
https://youtu.be/MKmj3VUkuUY

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Sadly RedR, that wonderful eccentric John McCririck died July last year. But maybe your reference is to Mr Miller also being “dead”: from the neck up?

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It is a pity we aren’t told in exactly what way the young police officer’s complaint was investigated by Portsmouth diocese. Was Lyttle questioned? Did he deny making sexual advances?
Maybe the young officer would like to tell his story on the blog.

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1:03, did you not read the letter? it said a Diocesan and POLICE investigation found no wrong doing. Can you not accept that.

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The police were concerned only with the criminal law (which was not broken). The moral law, which is +Egan’s concern, was broken.

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I’m popping into Belfast later and will stick my head round the door in Union Street and in Maverick to see if JPL’s back in Belfast. I’m too old for the Kremlin, sadly.

Who knows, I might even bump into the Prior (or even, if really lucky, the Pryer).

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We dont know.

Someone said he was with Fathers Lyons and Tobin.

But I’m told they are in their holiday home in Spain?

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It must be a relatively new thing, priests having holiday homes in Spain. I can’t imagine my old PPs over the years having one. It’s a great life, altogether.
I’ve never undertood why there’s a vocations crisis. If only young gay men were told the truth that whatever the official line from Rome might be, you can have your own house here and in Spain, have a light duties job with no risk of redundancy, taking as many partners as you want or invite stranger back to your flat and if people complain they are told that the matter is closed.
If people knew that in reality there’s no poverty, chastity or obedience every seminary and monastery would be full to the doors.

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5.07: The gossipy queen is out again. What a waste of time and space to be so obsessed with sex….sex.. sex. T. God you don’t work in a real parish.

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The Charity Commission is the only way to get any transparency on the Catholic Church.
The latest accounts for Portsmouth Diocese (from 2018) shows that it has reserves of £70m. The accounts identify three risks: declining income, fewer clergy, declining Mass attendance. It says Mass attendance figures have stabilised but admits that that is due to inward migration. Baptisms, confirmations and receptions keep falling, with confirmations down sharply.
Mrs Hauschild, she of the FO letter, earns between £80-90,000.
http://apps.charitycommission.gov.uk/Accounts/Ends71/0000246871_AC_20180831_E_C.pdf

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There’s an interesting article in America magazine claiming that Francis’s critics are dividing the church and families. Typical Jesuit spin in the headline, suggesting that it is the critics and not Francis himself who is divisive.
I cannot stand His ‘Umbleness, and I notice that lapsed Catholics, athiests, Protestants and other oddballs like Francis, while Massgoers have no time for him.
https://www.americamagazine.org/faith/2020/08/13/pope-francis-critics-are-dividing-church-and-families-including-mine

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These accounts relate to a period before Mrs Hauschild’s appointment in May 2019. The remuneration doesn’t refer to her predecessor, Deacon Stephen Morgan, either. You would be better looking in the direction of the seemingly bombproof Director of Education.

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what a very odd thing to do? if they are going to be ordained then they will need to get over their shyness of the camera.

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Liverpool – th Aug 2020 at 12:06 pm — Speaking of Chief Operating Officers, here is the newly appointed C.O.O. for the Archdioce of Liverpool, Mr Martin Miller.
What exactly is the role of Mr Martin Miller as Chief Operating Officer?
http://www.liverpoolcatholic.org.uk/index.php?p=1610
————————————————————————
RCC Archdiocese of Birmingham have similarly appointed a COO.
Here’s the announcement and job description – https://www.birminghamdiocese.org.uk/FAQs/chief-operating-officer
Such posts were badly needed, but were probably only created at the insistence of the Charity Commission and because of all that’s come out at the Hearings of The Independent Inquiry into Child Sexual Abuse. For example, here’s one of Cardinal Nichols’s appearances –
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vS6o0ehJjfA

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Joe, I know repitition is the mother of learning, but you’ve posted that already and it was no good first time around.

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To the people who keep referring to other people as seminary rejects. Please carry on doing this, it demonstrates perfectly your contempt for anyone with a back bone, and frankly in 2020 being a seminary reject is a compliment 👍
Big up Pat’s ordinand.

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6.42: Whow, yourbrejection obviously caused a flutter in your life!! I feel sorry for people like you who carry boulders of anger and hatred. Where is it getting you?

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Thanks Anon@6:42. You make an apt observation.
One might well argue that there’s so many screwed up twisted misfits prancing about in clerical roles ‘cos they hadn’t the balls to get out of it, nor the cop-on to realise the malign nature of their institutional employer. A few of them, now, years later, may have have realised their stupidity: possibly very few. Many do not. And irrespective of their level of developed understanding, very many blindly refuse to acknowledge the realities, insecurely cling to their sinking/stinking RCC shibboleth ship and try to bolster their insecurity by attacking all criticism, not with reasoned argument but ad hominem indignation.
MMM

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Back to the subject matter. Where is our Glasgow correspondent Taggart? Is that Fr Sweeney still supplying – the one caught with rent boys and trying to get sex from alcoholic clergy who lived with him to dry out, in return for wine? Is his gay brother who loves saunas also still Superior of the Passionists? What about Fr Neil McGarrity, recently arrested and charges for child sexual abuse? Any news? Glasgow is a cesspit of gay sex and child abuse by clergy. Lots still to come out I am sure.

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I’m here. Nothing changed in Glasgow! I will be publishing some information in due course that will surprise a few people.

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uh-oh, someones back to their old tricks again on Grindr. Pat, have you been told who yet? they made a significant appearance on here before

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How come Knock Shrine is closed tomorrow for the 15th August, while the religious celebration of Eid prayers took place in Croke Park two weeks ago?

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Yes. Dear, dear Heather.
I suppose it didn’t occur to such an unworldly mind, devoid of self-interest, that were she, and her handsomely (And how!) remunerated colleagues, to donate to Holy Mother Church just half their considerable annual earnings, the shortfall in donations to probably the most parasitical church in religious history could significantly be alleviated.

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8.32: Monsignor Gibbons and the Knock Shrine Committee are being absolutely responsible in not having the Shrine open for 15th August. It’s such a pity for the thousands who would visit for this lovely holyday, but safety is paramount. A wise, responsible decision. I will go next week to visit.

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10:42 pm
They had plenty of time to organise an alternative small ceremony to mark the occasion.
It’s a paternalistic, extreme, easy option in the circumstances, without an attempt to accommodate an alternative ceremony, even as a symbolic gesture to mark the occasion.

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Destroy your phone and destroy your sim (separately). Then cancel your phone contract (if you have one) and use an anonymous pay as you go sim. If they’ve got your phone they will have access to everything else.

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9:53
Who said hatred is an answer to abuse. I didn’t. The complicit silence of priests to abuse due to moral cowardice, dressed up and justified as rationalizations, obedience or loyalty, is shameful, particularly from men who claim to be other Christs as well as moral and spiritual leaders.

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Hi. He’s released under investigation after having been charged (in Scotland one gets charged then investigated).

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