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THE REGRETTABLE HOMOSEXUALISATION OF THE PRIESTHOOD , RELIGIOUS ORDERS AND MONASTERIES.

Every diocese now has a clique of homosexual priests .

Every religious order now has a clique of homosexual religious.

This corruption of priesthood and religious life is allowed and encouraged by bishops religious superiors and abbots.

In Ireland this situation is most present in dioceses, the Dominicans and the Redemptorists.

We have seen two active homosexual monastic superiors exposed in recent weeks:

1. Dom Richard Purcell Cistercian monk and abbit of Mount Mellary in the diocese of Waterford and Lismore.

Purcell

2. Prior Mark Kirby of Silverstream in Meath diocese.

Kirby

Neither Phonsie Cullinan of Waterford or Tom Deenihan have commented publicly.

Phonsie
Dennihan

Phonsie installed and blessed Purcell as an abbot.

Silverstream is a diocesan monastery and Deenihan has full power over it.

Public immorality is involved in both cases and both bishops have nothing to say about this public immorality.

Why I wonder?

Phonsie has always been quick enough to lecture the laity on contraception, same sex marriage etc.

Is he not at all concerned that an abbot residing in his jurisdiction is having sex with monks, priests and others?

In fact, Phonsie seems to be Purcell’s friend ‘ visiting the monastery and going to Los Angeles together.

ABBOT GENERAL OF THE CISTERCIANS

Eamon Fitzgerald.

I had emails and a long telephone conversation with the Abbot General.

It was in fact the Abbot General told me personally of Purcell’s homosexual conduct in Roscrea Monastery.

The Abbot General in fact said that the Cistetcians were hoping Roscrea was a one off.

Now we know its was not a one off.

Now we know forgive the pun, that its a HABIT!

We hold that it is IMMORAL for a man to make a VOW of MARRIAGE to a woman and have sex with anybody else.

Should we not equally hold that it is IMMORAL for a bishop, priest or monk to make a VOW of CHASTITY to God and have sex with others?

Why should bishops, priests and monks hold married people to higher standard than they hold themselves to?

The truth is that nowadays the priesthood and religious life is the best place to get away with hypocrisy and double standards.

Join the priesthood or religious life and be on a pedestal, have everything material you need, and have an entree into the world of senseless bonking – and fuck (literally) poverty, chastity and obedience.

“Join the navy and see the world”.

Join the priesthood / religious life and get your hole!

The current situation is not only immoral and hypocritical.

It is the realm of the Father of Lies.

But then did a Pope not say: “The smoke of Satan has entered the Church”.

READER RECOGNISES PEOPLE IN PIC

This photo probably relates to the Colleges Volunteer Corp, a group of students who were involved in stewarding and ceremonial​ activities for the Patrician Congress in 1961,The head was Brendan Glennon, pictured on the left. Next is Fr Conn Dowling (I am fairly sure). The guy with the sunglasses is Paul Irvine and next is indeed Diarmuid​ Martin. I am unable to name the others.I was a member of the same Corp and this photo brings back good memories.

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They remind me of lamped rabbits, Pat. When the torch shines on them they freeze.

These bishops and abbots, when the torchlight of exposure falls on them, they too freeze – including those asked to “investigate”.

They are paralysed. Their motto is “whatever you say, say nothing”. They don’t know what to do or say, so they say and do nothing.

They go silent and inert. They answer no questions. Ignore all questions. Look dumbly at anyone asking questions and pay mute. Our lips are sealed and so are we. More tightly sealed than any tomb.

They hope the oncoming truck won’t hit them. It already has. Spiritually, they are already roadkill.

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Jesus never intended a priesthood.
The existence of this, modelled on the imperial secularism and the paganism of Ancient Rome, is why we are now experiencing the disintegration of the Romanist Church.
As a creation of men rather than God, it is, as Gamaliel would have said, bound to fail. And it IS failing, but in the process of its own, inevitable destruction, it is seriously wounding others.
Whoever offers even one penny to support this evil institution is complicit in its works, and is delaying (but not preventing) the day when Christ’s followers can rejoice that this yoke, the evil burden of priesthood, has been removed from around their necks.
Be alert, though, to the cries in their defence. These men will play marytr to the end, because they are liars and deceivers, and this is how liars and deceivers behave. They know that their days are numbered: days of privilege , indolence, self-aggrandisement, sponging and mooching.
God is cleansing his church of the foulness that is priesthood.
ALLELUIA! 😃

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Anons@ 10.32 & 2.44: Thank you for astute perceptive comment going to the heart of the matter rather than deflective inconsequential tittle tattle.
MMM

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6.10

When, MMM, are we going to hear the account of your journey from theism to atheism?

I was looking forward to that. Still am.

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Thanks @ 6.42. I acknowledge being asked for this about 6 weeks ago and thinking the request as of good faith/interest, I then spent some time thinking about and writing it up over a few days. In the meanwhile the blog descended into, …..well virtually a bitchfest of inanity: idiots slagging one another. This caused me to think again and not to bother. So sorry to anyone with a genuine interest: at this stage I don’t propose to feed fodder to the other…..donkeys.
MMM

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He went by Dermott in 1961. His name changed after the motor incident in Italy. I hope someone sends you the picture of Dermott with the Swiss Guard.

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Pat,
The Abbot General told you about Roscrea? Perhaps the president of the Roscrea Past Pupils Union might be in a position to comment on whatever is alleged to have happened or the board of the school there? The Abbot was patron of the school presumably and it is in the grounds.

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Surely parents have a right to know about strange goings on in the Abbey if they’re paying hard earned cash to send little Johnny to school there? Especially since the Abbot General has confirmed it. Pat were you astounded by the Abbot general’s revelation?

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I actually find it bizarre that the clergy and religious are apparently unable to deal with or even face this situation at all.
Your point about vows is right on the nail and it seems like nobody takes vows seriously enough to consider their own conduct.
That said I am not sad about it because it must be obvious to anyone with eyes to see that the whole show will come to an end – that is unfortunately what will have to happen for this to change.
In 20 years… ???

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Welcome, to ‘ground zero ‘ of abuse, corruption and cover up in the Catholic Church, worldwide. All dioceses in Ireland need investigating. Pronto!

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4:48
You like to to repeat this claim. I doubt if even one other shares that view. But if you repeat it often enough you may overcome your critical faculties for long enough to convince yourself.

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11:18 am

Ireland is “the ground zero of Catholic clerical sex abuse,” Irish journalist Paddy Agnew told NPR.
https://www.npr.org/2018/08/25/640637790/the-pope-lands-in-ireland-overshadowed-by-church-scandals?t=1600598678545

Why the Irish government attacks the Catholic Church:… “the sex-abuse scandal erupt from a ground-zero perspective”…
https://www.catholicculture.org/commentary/why-irish-government-attacks-catholic-church/

https://m.facebook.com/6abcActionNews/posts/pope-francis-arrived-saturday-in-ireland-ground-zero-of-the-catholic-churchs-sex/10155927017206378/

In Ireland, Pope Francis meets with Catholic Church sex …www.abc10.com › article › news › nation-world › in-ir…
Aug 25, 2018 – Ireland is ground zero of the Catholic Church’s sex abuse crisis, with the institution under fire across the globe for its systemic failures to protect …

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Nah, at least one other does. In fact much of the abuse in the US was the result of exporting abusive Irish priests.
But then Cathbots like you are not accustomed to using critical faculties on your unholy mother church. That is what the church has always meant by formation of conscience or informed conscience: you should only have a conscience about certain things and ignore others.

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People just have to accept that workforces change. For example, primary school teaching and medical general practice are becoming majority female professions as the old hands retire and females dominate entry. Same with lay theology students and parish pastoral workers. The bin lorries and sewerage works remain 100% male occupations and are likely to be for some time.
There is a similar change in the profile of the religious life and priesthood. There has always been strong representation of lesbians in convents, becoming more overt after Vatican II.
Among the men, the religious life has joined other gay occupations, such as nursing, fashion, ballet, theatre (the arts generally), Oxbridge colleges, Anglican theological colleges (not so much in the evo ones), sunbed salons, sunglasses shops in airports, counselling, and the Royal Navy.
There is no point in trying to fight it, even if you wanted to. Those who make the decisions on entry (bishops, abbots, vocations directors, spiritual directors, formators) are, gay. There is a well-known phenomenon in secular recruitment that recruiters favour people like themselves or who remind them of themselves when they were younger. It seems to be human nature and needs anti-bias training and affirmative action to combat it.
It’s the same phenomenon in the modern priesthood. Gays are recruiting gays. It doesn’t help that the majority of candidates are gay, and until the blog intervened, treated Maynooth as a place of gay wonder and delight.

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You forgot hairdressing, waitering, cabin crewing, opera chorusing, bookselling and high-end retailing, all of which are as gay as the priesthood.

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8.50
Probably the most accurate account the blog has seen in a while. No contradiction between it and anything Pat has said.

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Exactly – wise, witty and true. Thank you @8:50 for words of humour and sanity amidst the madness all around us.

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Chastity is a virtue for all to practise. Celibacy a discipline currently required of some some clergy.
9.42

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Silverstream has a twinks-only policy and won’t take the over-35s, who are 150 years old in gay years. Surely it would be safer to recruit extinct volcanoes rather than vigourous young bucks?

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Just listened to D’Arcy on Radio 4 – what a load of twee saccharine shiite he pours forth. Mogadon religion. The BBC really is scraping the bottom of the barrel using him.

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You probably do a lot of motorway mileage, whereas Brian has to go on a lot of B roads between Crossgar and the Graan and he has to put it in second gear when he’s in funeral corteges two or three times a week.

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My mother-in-law in her 80s texted me to say that she enjoyed it very much. I suppose she’s the target audience demographic for him.

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Most vocations now are gay non celibate vocations. I don’t see anything wrong with that. How can you Pat? You are gay, you have a vocation and you are not celibate.

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There is no problem with having gay seminarians, priests, monks and bishops.

The problem is with men gay or straight publicly making professions of celibacy and chastity and secretly having sex, going to saunas and attending origins.

As for me, I have not been a member of the RCC for 34 years and am not bound by its regulations.

Secondly I have publicly dehared my sexuality for over 21 years and had a public civil partnership at my local registry office.

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10:49 am

Thanks. That what I thought.
How then can so many unsuitable men go through the seminary system to ordination?

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Because bishops and seminary staff are either actively gay or secretly gay and therefore gay friendly.

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Pat isn’t it a more serious problem that they are at the same time as behaving like this publicly committing themselves to an ideology that regards homosexuality as an orientation towards an intrinsic evil (or something like that)?

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To stop hypocrisy, secrecy and lies, we need either:

1. The upholding of the teachings (eg marriage is for life, so no Catholic divorces aka annulments, and no ordaining of openly gay men and dismissal of randy monks and priests;

Or

2. Be honest and change the teachings. Tell Catholics they can get divorced, and announce that openly and secretly gay priests are as welcome as straight priests.

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no 1 is good because the sacrament of “communion” isn’t necessary reducing need for ordinands considerably. Then we can concentrate on looking for Holy Spirit

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+ Pat, I am astounded that the Abbot General of the OCSOs has admitted to you that they knew about previous inappropriate / questionable behaviour relating to Purcell’s sexuality and behaviour……AND that they allowed him to go forward to become Abbot !! One would have though that they would have exercised a certain caution and oversight of Purcell. Indeed, even after he was Abbot, surely someone was keeping a watching brief on him in order to ensure that all was good. His frequent absences from the monastery, trips to Dublin and abroad, etc. etc., surely should have given some grounds for keeping an eye on him. If he wants to behave as it seems he has, then he should not be using the monastery as a base or rest house between his escapades. He should leave and then have the freedom to do what he wants. I could respect that. However, I am sure we will see the usual pattern. He will disappear for a while, go off to some pleasant foreign part for counselling and spiritual direction, he will ‘rediscover’ his vocation and take to being holy and spiritual because he knows what side his bread is buttered on, but underneath it all he will quietly carry on as is, change his modus operandi, but will still be taking the opportunities when he finds them. He has shown himself a manipulator, and will continue being so. The Abbot General will continue to be fooled.

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The Abbot General is not being fooled.

He and his brethern are turning a blind eye to Purcell and his behaviour.

And what is campaigning Phonsie doing?

Zilch.

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Richard is probably the only Irish Cistercian aged under 70 so they need him more than he needs them.

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Well + Pat it is just as well that you are keeping an eye on Purcell and shining some light on the dark corners that the OCSOs want to ignore. The issue is not about his orientation, it is about his behaviour given his public profession of chastity / celibacy, and it is especially about integrity, honesty and transparency.

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9.45
It works this way in the non-monastic world, too. Did Sean Brady and his contemporaries monitor Brendan Smyth after they were persuaded that he had sexually abused young boys? No. They washed their hands of him…in Canon Law.
Smyth went on to abuse about seven more children, some of them from the same family.

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Have you ever been inside an English seminary ? It reeks of a homosexual, feminised, prissy, gossipy atmosphere. Lots of drinking, giggling, big girls’ blouses, both students and staff. Is it wonder we get the priests we get ?

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THIS bullshit – posted at 8.54
You forgot hairdressing, waitering, cabin crewing, opera chorusing, bookselling and high-end retailing, all of which are as gay as the priesthood.

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@9:29

But these clerics are not part of mainstream gay life, they are queer outlaws promoting church teachings that describe gay people as “intrinsically disordered”, “contrary to natural law”, or “objectively disordered” while at the same time usually practising homosexuals.

Also, the old hag, Kunty McKeever, at CTS is forever “crying out to heaven for vengeance” on gays. She would be arrested if she was crying out to heaven for vengeance on Jews or Muslims, for example.

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11.09am, Tim is still in his twenties I think and is definitely en route to the priesthood, God willing.

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A Deacon is a Deacon. The same essential elements of ordination are present for both permanent and transitional Deacons and canonically both are clerics.

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I don’t think Alex will get a posting in the diocese. He was a sort of bureaucrat in Archbishop’s House and in the Catholic Parliamentary scheme before entering seminary. That, together or mainly because of his looks and recommendations by other Westminster priests already in the Eternal City, will get him an agreeable job in the Roman Curia in the service of the Holy See.

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The fagmentaton of the church may be regrettable, Bp Pat, but it is inevitable if all the bishops, priests, seminarians, abbots, monks, and postulants are fags, which seems to be the overwhelming case.

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1137 – you should not be using disparaging term such a f•g to describe people of homosexual orientation. It is langauge that is discriminatory and prejudiced. In some jurisdictions it might even be seen as hate language. You need to be careful, as well as respectful in all things and to all people. Is that too much to ask of you ?

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@12:22 and @12:46

Get down from you highhorse, dearies, 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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Pat, have you contacted the college in Roscrea to ask what it’s view is on all this? If this was the Jesuits in Clongows the media would be all over it or is the college in Roscrea closed

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1.27
Jesus! 😲
That sounds eyewatering. 😢
I think every gay bottom should present himself to the Lord as a ‘victim soul’, one that offers his suffering for the conversion of intransigently hardened hearts, like oor Bella.
Why not put all of that inevitable pain to good use, eh?😕

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Let’s face facts – the vast majority of people who access this blog are gay. It is also true to say that the majority are also clerics. This is the reason why there is so much self hatred, bitching and gossiping going on. The judgmental folks on this blog are probably up to much worse themselves. “But they are CLERICS!”, I hear you say. Yes, and you christians – meaning you are all called to chastity. Homosexual acts are not condoned in any christians faith. Pat can talk about loving committed relationships etc but Pat you are only theologising and condoning your own behaviour to suit yourself. You have Christianised a homosexual relationship which is equally as abhorrent as anonymous gay sex in a sauna. You play word semantics in order to make YOUR idea homosexual sex acceptable. Truth is, none of it is acceptable.

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It can be. A monogomous husband injecting drugs can give hiv to his non injecting monogomous wife.

A monogomous wife infected by hiv blood could give hiv to her monogomous husband.

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Frank 1.20, without Holy Spirit, churches have got to concentrate on finding any basis of belief or support to ALL (talents and crowns) and what civil partners (“funny” you can’t tell the difference from anonymous) do in their homes (“funny” you can’t tell the contrast from saunas) other than cook up a well earned meal is – for the time being – secondary.

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1.20: I would agree with most of your thesis. You are right. Pat has theologised truths, teachings and beliefs to justify his lifestyle. In doing this he has corrupted the Christian message of the gospel, straying very far from CHRIST’S WAY. I have no difficulty in Pat’s openly, gay union. Good luck to him. He should not, however, judge all clerics against his paradigm of living. His is only one way, his way, which is what he has chosen – and many of us do not judge him on his sexuality. What is despicable and morally repugnant is that any priest who does not achieve his (Pat’s) supposed virtues, way of life and perfectionism are assigned to the slaughter house of humiliation, judgment and ridicule. Pat continually forgets that as an “alter Christus” the mindset must be one of mercy, justice, compassion, truthfulness with charity, integrity of conscience, humility and a discernment to know that as an “alter Christus” he cannot play God with people’s lives. I am certain that the Abbot General did not realise that Pat would abuse the information given to him so freely. I could never, ever trust Pat. I will, as I have said before, continue to deepen my prayer, faith, trust in God, be caring to all who call up on my help and live with as much integrity of spirit and humanity as possible. I will seek to try to be of Christ. Today during our church opening time for prayer after a webcam mass, many anxious, worried and concerned individuals and others were asking for prayer and a blessing. I could sense their fears, apprehensions and worries about their families etched yet again on their faces. I offered them a blessing prayer and spoke words of hope for them. Would I ever think of gloating over their mistakes, failures or sins? Would I ever humiliate them in their inability to live their commitment of marriage or because they failed their family? Pat enjoys his self apportioned role of judge, juror and executioner, sadly. All priests are bastards in his mind!!! I contend that Pat is a fraud.

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3.53
Imagine: a man who, knowing what we now know about the corruption within the Romanist priesthood, nevertheless calls himself, and other Romanist priests, an ‘alter Christus’ … and then has the temerity to refer to someone else as a ‘fraud’. 😅
Your hubris and your capacity for self-delusion, priest, are truly astonishing. 😲
But hey! 😃 They’re good for a laugh. 😅

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3.53, the etched people you sense, queuing up, might they be liable to be put on a short list for an even more prominent public – oh and sacred – position than the one they have plausibly appeared negligent in? Have you read the comment at 2.15? When you undertake organisational internal duties yourself, do you exercise integrity? Would your worried locals like your bish to cut corners? You don’t need a bish to help you bless your worried locals.

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You can pray for them , bless them for the next month, lay hands on them til their hair falls out and it won’t make one bit of difference. If they’re going to get the ‘rona, the flu, VD or a good dose of the clap then the will and all the mambo jumbo wont make one bit of difference.

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It was people quite a lot older than me that dumbed down the faith just as I would have begun to be able to grow into it. For most commenters here, our devotions are what we picked up when young with perhaps the odd detail cribbed from colourful characters we encountered since. We refuse to be manoeuvred into irrelevant factions (we may choose groups for unrelated reasons). We are more sophisticated than the self-appointed spokespeople are comfortable with.

What are spiritual gifts for? Is Catholic (and almost all protestant) doctrine summed up as: “don’t think you’ve got gifts, because you haven’t”? Surely this is not about prancing about on Sundays. What are you doing for my growth on a dark Thursday? What were they doing for the growth of the monks and those bishops who have an unsure touch (including some who have it in for worthier ones)? I think Rome lost to lugubrious Reich-Kinsey over “orientations” and doesn’t have any overall belief in Holy Spirit.

Hence the crazy contradictions in official documents in recent years, which got dissected here so well in recent months. The RCC has lost too much authority of late because it has abolished subsidiarity, is too prone to back channels and on the larger scale doesn’t generally look after us any more (this is left solely to some individual priests and a few bishops), it just tries to marshal us.

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In the Catholic church, “sexual corruption is conferred from the top down – from men in power,” wrote celibacy scholar Richard Sipe. Bishops who sexually abuse seminarians, as McCarrick is canonically convicted of doing, and as Bishop Anthony J. O’Connell admitted doing, may establish what Sipe called “a genealogy of abuse,” setting up “a pattern of institutional secrecy.”

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The Homosexulisation of the Monasteries - 1536 to present -- the elephant in the room- the court roomsays:

This article needs additional citations for verification… and fun… … This, I have done 😂
— The Homosexulisation of the Monasteries, occasionally referred to as the Pinking-up of the Monasteries, was the set of administrative and legal processes between 1536 to present day, Henrietta VIII converted monasteries, priories, convents and friaries, in England, Wales and Ireland, into pink palaces where vicious queens would congregate in cliques.
Lesser ornate and plainlooking monasteries were given over to the heterosexual brothers and monks, where l lace or damascus pearl wallpaper was not allowed: however, this did not remain the case for too long: but whilst the case, only polyester vestments were allowed; indeed, anything but would have raised suspicion over ones masculinity.
Residual monasteries were sold off and the funds used to open gay bars, clubs and a chain of gay saunas throughout Europe; most notably, Dom Purcell’s, The Boiler House, being the number one and greatly frequented by clerics and religious, alike, in Rome, today.
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Meanwhile, the Dominicans, or God’s Dogs, were a military-like, stringent Order, who campaigned for supreme authority to do as they wished in England and Wales: this culminated in the the Act of Supremacy, which was passed by Parliament in 1534, which made Dom Abbots, Supreme Heads of the Church within England: for
Dom Purcell, and all those like-minded, who bielieved they held Supreme authority — untill the Community and Ecumenical Act of Merseyside 2020, which was passed by Parliament in September of 2020.
This Act culminated in the elephant in the room- the Court room- being discussed more openly: and without fear of reprisal.
Tune in next week for more!

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2.17; How fo you avviunt for the Larne Oratory pinking of religion and faith and the bizarre, crazy and most un-Christ-like behaviour spouted against other clerics? How, in your mind, has The Oratory descended into a place where pinkie, bitch-fests are common? Answers please……

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A sure if its right it cant be wrong and if its wrong whats the point in saying its right.
Sexuality is part of identity. Identity matures in a safe and trusting environment. I have been speaking to a couple who have split up and their 3 year old’s head is in tatters. It would appear that official clerical lifestyle is not conducive to balanced growth hi

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Patrick, your blog today is surely one of the most important posts you’ve had in a long time. You announced in today’s blog that the Abbot General gave you the info concerning strange goings on in Roscrea with Abbot Richard. Surely this is on a par with Archbishop Diarmaid Martin going on RTE’s Six-One news and confirming that seminarians were on certain apps in Maynooth. This particular story goes further. It’s one thing being on apps, but it’s another having sex and having an Abbot General confirm such strange goings on. Has the media not shown any interest in this Pat? Do you not think that it goes beyond the admittance of strange goings on in Maynooth which was announced by the Archbishop on the News?

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I’m surprised that Pat didn’t go to RTE news with this information… It surely would add credibility to the story if they ran with it.

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When the Abbot General told me about Purcell’s misbehaviour I Roscrea I was actually shocked at his honesty. I said to him: “I’m amazed at your honesty”. He replied: “Well I am talking to a bishop”.

I find it difficult to interest the Irish media at the moment in gay priest stories???

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Gay people thought that Archbishop Martins revelation on Six-One was funny and that he was out of date. Perhaps. However, older people in the country did not find it one bit funny and were shocked. Local people who go to mass in Roscrea and Mountmellary would be as shocked by all this. Will the Abbot General make a public statement? Or is he only making statements to bishops? What about the laity or the parents of schoolboys who pay and paid money down the years?

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The abbot tells a gay bishop that a gay monk had consensual sex with a gay priest, and the bishop asks, “Why are the newspapers not interested?” Tabloids might have been interested
at one time, but today such stories are of interest to no one.

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Did you ask the Abbot General if he will be issuing a letting to parents of pupils in the school to inform them. You are a bishop, but they are parents who are paying hard earned money to have their boys educated by a Cistercian ethos. The Abbot of Ampleforth issued a letter to parents many years ago over misdemeanors of a monk who met with a male prostitute in London or something like that. Will the Abbot General be writing to parents?

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The Irish media are probably not interested in any Catholic Church matter. The media are no longer hostile, but just indifferent. They probably don’t have any friends who go to Mass or even know people who go to Mass and they see the Church as a defeated husk.
The Irish media probably feel that they seen it all at this stage and that their readers’ expections are so low that nothing shocks them, or what’s probably worse for the Church, their readers don’t care either way.
Take for example the non-scandal story that no or at most one seminarian joined Maynooth this year. At another time that would have got in the papers, maybe inside as a “news in brief” item, but zilch, no interest. When I entered Maynooth the number of new sems was on the front page of ‘The Irish Times’.
Indifference will see off the Church. It’ll go out with a whimper in Ireland, having committed a long, slow suicide, and nobody will care.

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Even sexing up Dom Richard Purcell as the legendary “Boiler House Monk” will probably only make him an internet sensation.

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Bishop Pat, there are rumours flurrying around Liverpool that a Newzealand organist, connected to the Anglican Diocese of Liverpool, has possibly given cause for a monastic community in Wales, UK, to be closed down. The monastery in question was occupied by adults mostly with learning difficulties.
The organist was a part of the hight church clique of Liverpool.
Interestingly enough, only within the last year have a few of this clique been disbanded and sent packing; one of whom was the Vicar of Lydiate… he is now living in Ireland. The other is living with a Roman Catholic priest, in Liverpool, who happens to be a member of the Archbishop’s Council for Liverpool Catholic Archdiocese.
Apparently, strangulation and urine were mentioned, and not in a healthy context.
I will keep you posted

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This is the organist, Nataniel Hood (known among the high clique as Nathaniella).
She is a very hardfaced bitch and is a terrible gossiper– we all like a bit of gossip– but Ms Hood’s gossip was not your ordinary day to day gossiping.
I tell you this in private and on a one to one basis. However I do not like to dictate what other people should or should not do.

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Formerly organist of St John the Baptist, Tuebrook. The Rector there has a strange arrangement with a member of his congregation who has been ordained as an Old Catholic Bishop. The Old Catholic Bishop celebrates weekday Eucharists, without a license from the Church of England. Rumour has it that Fr Simon, the Rector has been reordained by his parishioner in secret so as to receive valid orders. Some say that is not all he has received from this bishop…

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I have just looked online and non other than the Rev. Dr. Paul Nener was the Vicar here before the last encumbant.
Was not Rev Nener mentioned in an independent report commmissioned by Liverpool Roman Catholic Archdiocese in late 2018 re a vulnerable adult seminarian?
Did anybody else hear that this seminarian was attacked by the Police in Liverpool a week ago?
Apparently he is in a bad way.
Bishop Pat what is going on up in Liverpool?

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It is remarkable, following the publication of various reports into clerical abuse, no collective root and branch national assessment of the catholic church, to include lay people, priests, religious and members of the hierarchy has, to the best of my knowledge , ever taken place.
Why not?
It makes me wonder….

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St John the Baptist, Tuebrook, Liverpool. There used to be an organist there called Kieth Simpson,
did he not do a prison sentence around 20 years ago? Apparently he was arrested for doing something illegal in the crypt of St Chad’s Anglican church in Kirby city centre. It involved a video camera if I remember right,
apparently he owned a children’s school clothes shop in Liverpool called Laser schoolwear. He now lives on the Isle of Man and flies small airplane.
What a blast from the past is St John’s,

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Is there an official church position on homosexuality and unofficial position held by clergy?
If church teaching has changed will the Vatican let us know please.

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Oh, Caroline, sweetheart. The only position is that of the Missionaries.
And look at the state the Monasteries are in.
St John’s, Tuebrook, is an Anglican church, sweetheart. You can believe what you like in the Anglican Communion. Fairies and fairy qeens!

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St John’s Tuebrook they like to dress up and play high church.
A bit like dressing up as s judge and holding a mock Court.

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It’s almost taken for granted that high church clergy of The Church of England are either gay or lesbian.
If they’re not married then there is a particular type of honesty surrounding it. When they’re married it’s a bit more sinister. The former rector of Tuebrook, Liverpool would be one or them. Wife and 4 kids, perfect family man. But everyone knows (including his wife) what he gets up to in his spare time.
I think that is more scandalous than the goings on of a few roman catholic clergy in gay saunas.

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St John’s, Tuebrook, Liverpool. I remember an organist who used to attend that church, did he not do a stint in prison around 20 years ago?
Apparently he was caught with a video camera in the crypt of St Chad’s Anglican church in Kirby city centre, Liverpool.
He owned a children’s clothes shop in Liverpool city centre called Laser Schoolwear.
He now lives and n the Isle of Man.
I will dig out my old scrap picture book from the old days.
St Johns, Tuebrook. What a blast from the past that was.

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The former rector of Tuebrook is now the Archdeacon of Warrington. He was sworn in by the Deputy Chancellor of Liverpool’s Anglican Diocese not too long ago.

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Just found this article from Liverpool Echo.
I remember the local Liberal cuuncillor who looked after the Tuebrook Hope Centre was treated absolutely disgracefully by Rev Paul Nener in 2009.
There was a manager who worked there and she was also treated subhuman.
She had a nervous breakdown.
Rev Nener now lives on Wirral and the Bishop of Chester did not grant him a licence.
Hmm.
https://www.liverpoolecho.co.uk/news/liverpool-news/church-leaders-face-legal-battle-3437662

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The Lancashire Telegraph May 2004
“A PRIMARY school headmaster has been jailed for three and a half years for sexually molesting a young boy.”
The court heard that he was a pillar of the community who had also been a choirmaster and organist at local churches including St James The Great in Haydock. Among those who gave character references for him was the Rev Paul Nener, vicar of Tuebrook, Liverpool.
https://www.lancashiretelegraph.co.uk/news/5840119.head-teacher-jailed-molesting-boy/

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Well…I was minding my own business earlier this Sunday evening and fiund myself passing St Aloysius Somers Town near Euston Station. Down in the courtyard was a gaggle of young clergy sipping wine and having a wonderful time – you know, sharp suits, high clerical collars, well coiffed and barbered, the lingering smell of expensive cologne hanging in the air. It turns out newly ordained Fr Alex Balzanella celebrated his first Mass there this morning and I guess this soirée was a continuation of the celebrations – hopefully maintaining the requisite social distancing and not sharing embraces and air kisses. There wasn’t a soup stained shirt front in sight, all very sharp and presenting their best clerical gear and look. It takes time and money to turn out so well, I would think. I notice also that a Plenary Indulgence is offered to those who attended Fr Alex’s first Mass, contingent on the usual conditions, and in the newsletter Fr Jeremy Trood ( now there’s a name that sets its own scene ! ) explains at some length the meaning and benefits of a PI. Ahhhh, such a scene of clerical self satisfaction and contentment on the doorstep of Euston Station in a late summer’s evening…..

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Clerical exceptionalism is the norm so I imagine the Fathers didn’t think that any restrictions applied to them. As in most things. Like celibacy. As we see all the time.

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What with all the Somelians and Etrians hanging around ? Your imagination is in the wrong century you would have to be pretty highly sexed to be aroused in the filthy third world toilets of Euston Station in 2020 mate

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7.46
None of this surprises me, because human nature, whatever the era, is a mathematical constant.
Romanist priests were behaving with sexual and criminal abandon even then, in the days of ‘holy Ireland’. They were raping kids, and their lying bishops were covering up, and covering for them.
This filth and criminality has SFA to do with the Second Vatican Council, as some retards on this blog continually bleat.
Romanist priesthood was never intended by Christ. And its morally degenerate history proves the point.
True Christians should pray for the annihilation of this evil cult.
Stop funding these parasites, please: they are devouring souls.

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9:28
Your emotional and emotive involvement in the issues you write about clouds your judgement to a colossal degree. I doubt that a single person has been persuaded of the rightness, much less the attractiveness of any position ever espoused by you here. What good is it that you post here in such intemperate terms? It’s not benefitting you. Even though you don’t use your former pseudonym your rage is impossible to conceal.

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Bishop Pat, could I make a request for an article? I’ve noticed that traditionalist sites including Catholic Truth Scotland seem to deny the existence of COVID-19 and also seem to move in the direction of home schooling and Brexit etc.
Why is this?

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