One of the highest ranking priests in the USA, Monsignor Jeffrey Burrill has resigned as general secretary to the US Catholic Bishops Conference after admitting using the gay hook up app GRINDR to find men for sex.
Burrill used the app in cities all over the US to meet men for sex while on bishop’s conference business.
In a brief statement released later in the day by its Office of Public Affairs, the USCCB, like Archbishop Gomez in his memo, said it had received “impending media reports alleging possible improper behavior” by Msgr. Burrill and that the priest had resigned, effective immediately, “to avoid becoming a distraction” to the conference’s operations and ongoing work.
“The conference takes all allegations of misconduct seriously and will pursue all appropriate steps to address them,” the statement said.
“I ask for your prayers for Monsignor, and for the conference staff during this difficult time,” Archbishop Gomez said. “We also pray that all those affected might find strength and comfort in our merciful Lord.”
A priest of the Diocese of La Crosse, Wisconsin, Msgr. Burrill was named general secretary after the result of voting by the bishops that was announced the first day of the USCCB’s annual fall general assembly. He had been the conference’s associate general secretary since March 1, 2016.
The Diocese of La Crosse issued a statement saying Bishop William P. Callahan and diocesan representatives “are saddened to hear the media reports related to Msgr. Burrill. The Diocese of La Crosse pledges its full cooperation with the conference of Catholic bishops to pursue all appropriate steps in investigating and addressing the situation.”
“Please remember Msgr. Burrill and all affected in your prayers so they may find refuge and strength in God’s unfailing love,” it added.
Im truly amazed that after all the exposure of priests looking gay sex on Grindr, many priests, all over the world, are still using Grindr on a daily or nightly basis.
This guy, Burrill is a “big fish”.
Very many of the secretaries of the bishop’s conferences go on to be bishops and archbishops.
Im sure this would have been the career path for Burrill.
He has now being shot down in flames as a result of these allegations.
Very often these chaps are brought down by men they have met who have been left with some resentment or hurt.
“Hell hath no fury by a gay scorned”.
There is also the question of massive hypocrisy. People like Burrill represent and uphold the RCCs anti gay teachings and yet think they can dabble on the side themselves.
BURRILL WANTED TO BAN JOE BIDEN FROM RECEIVING HOLY COMMUNION.
But was meeting multiple guys for gay sex at the same time.
I WONDER IF THERE IS A MC CARRICK CONBECTIONTO ALL THIS?
Ruthie from Wexford the small town gossip and self-appointed monitor of church morals, was always one to stick her nose into other people’s business. Most members of the congregation did not approve of her intrusions, but she was feared, so all maintained their silence.
She took that fatal step too far one day, when she accused Paddy, a new member, of being an alcoholic after she saw his old pickup parked in front of the small town’s only bar all afternoon. She emphatically told Paddy (in front of several others) that EVERYONE SEEING THAT PICKUP THERE WOULD KNOW WHAT HE WAS DOING!
Paddy, a man of few words, stared at her for a moment then just turned and walked away. He didn’t explain, defend, or deny. He said nothing.
Later that evening, Paddy quietly parked his pickup in front of Ruthie’s house from Wexford , walked home ….and left it there all night!!
Bishop Declan Lang is a canon lawyer and decided to put Francis’ ban on latin Mass into immediate effect.
In doing so he is promulgating the news rules from Rome.
He cannot be accused of doing anything wrong but perhaps he can be accused of insensitivity and haste.
It is important that the global RCC proposes one form of the liturgy and bans other forms that are jampots for religious wasps like the nutcases and rebels who use the Latin liturgy to deny the papacy of Francis, the validity of the Second Vatican Council and to promote the homosexual priests who like to crossdress for Mass.
Both JP 11 and Benedict were wrong to create the slippery slope that has led us to where are today.
Francis had to alternative but to strike swiftly and strongly.
The Latin Mass crowd can always go to the SSPX where they will find a warm welcome.
Cardinal to be Arthur Roach, will apply Francis’ instructions to the “t”.
SPECIAL GAY MASSES
Ideally people should attend the Eucharist in their own parish.
Often, nasty PPs send people searching for other churches.
Gay Masses are generally celebrated by gay priests or gay friendly priests.
But at the Eucharist, we gather as Christians, and not as gay, straight or trans.
Special gay Masses would not be necessary if the Church itself, and its priests, were more enlightened and sensitive to the luves of gay Catholics.
I have worked in ONE PARISH as a DEACON and SIX PARISHES as a curate.
In those places I have worked alongside 14 PRIESTS.
So, I think I can speak from EXPERIENCE.
In my first parish in Wales – LLANRUMNEY, the only day the PP and curate went out anywhere was on their day off. They stayed in their sitting rooms all day. The PP was a nice man and very good to me.
In my first parish as a priest, BRIDGEND, my PP, who was a total alcoholic, Irish hating bastardo, only came out for his meals and drank the rest of the time.
In my second parish in Wales, BRITON FERRY, my PP, who was also an alcoholic,was very nice until I displeased his live in “housekeeper” and they both left the parish suddenly as a result of admiratio. His replacement and housekeeper were very nice but I was moved away weeks after he took over.
In my third parish in Wales, WHITCHURCH the PP was an angry and aggressive Tipperary bastardo, and I refused to stay with him.
In 1978 I arrived in ST PETER’S CATHEDRAL BELFAST and lived with 5 other priests.
VINCENT MC KINLEY, was the administrator and was very friendly with me until the senior curate got jealous. He then changed and was brutal for my last 4 years there. He was totally focused on money and was addicted to gambling and perving on young women and girls. He was banned from our girls secondary school by the famous Sister Genevieve. He said a private Mass in Latin everyday except Sunday.
JOE MC GURNAGHAN,was the jealous senior curate. He spent all day every day, listening to classical music and only left the house on Thursdays, his day off. He was cynical and bullied me. Later in life, in Lourdes, he admitted this and said he regretted it.
JIMMY MC CABE was a very traditional and pious man, visited the homes of the elderly everyday. He and Vincent McKinley, in spite of having three meals together everyday, had not spoken for 14 years.
PETER DONNELLY was an everyday golfer and party goer. He was later charged with sexual abuse and aquitted.
SEAN CRUMMEY was a Salesian who visited certain old ladies everyday who plied him with whiskey and money.
KILKEEL where my PP was the dreaded Canon Walter Larkin, former president of St Malachy’s Belfast. All curates feared they would be sent to Walter.
Cahal Daly deliberately sent me to Walter.
This was our first conversation:
W = Walter
P = Pat
W. Well Buckley, what do you think of me.
P. Walter, I don’t know you but I have heard that you are nasty and difficult to work for.
W. Have you now? Well I’ve heard that your are very disobedient and rebellious!
W. Do you know that all the priests are waiting for me and you to go to war?
P. I didnt actually know that but I fear it could be possible.
W. Right then (says Walter holding out his hand) lets fool them and be friends.
And friends we were. He sent for me on his death bed..
He spent the latter part of his life thinking he would go to hell 😢
DENIS NEWBERRY was my fellow curate in Kilkeel. He was grossly obese but friendly. Very soon he was transferred to be chaplain in a Belfast hospital. He died very young.
GEORGE MC CLAFFFERTY was Denis’ replacement in Kilkeel. When I met George, he had one foot firmly in nuerosis and the other dangling in psychosis. He was very mean with money and had the ability to be a bully if you allowed him. He immediately fell in love with the youngest nun in the local convent. He had a dog called Cora with home he shared his medication – diazepam. He was a good house visitor. He ended up sadly, with the two feet in psychosis.
PADDY MC VEIGH
My PP in Larne. Former rebel himself. Nice man. No hassle. The day Daly sacked ne Paddy came to my door and said: “I wish I had your balls”.
GERRY MC ALEER – fellow curate in Larne. Religious order priests – Marist I think. Aggressive and sadistic. Liked to ask very young children about sex in the confessional. Slapped the hands of anyone looking Communion on the hand. Finally banished to Rathlin Island.
SEAN ROGAN – one of the worst priests I ever worked with. Company man. Sneaky. Tale carrier. Sent in by Daly to watch me in my last year.
A story. An old lady was dying in Larne hospital. Family rang Rogan for Last Rites. He said he couldnt cone because he was having lunch with friends. The family panicked and rang me. I went immediately and anointed the dying woman and gave her Communion. Someone told Rogan I was there. He burst into the room and said loudly: “Don’t worry folks. You have a real priest here now”.
Rogan proceeded to put his finger in the dying woman’s mouth, removed the host I had placed there, which was dripping in saliva and swallowed it himself and then gave her a new host. He said some prayers and said goodbye in a high putched voice.
I stood silently in the window and said nothing. The woman’s daughters burst into tears and apologised to me.
That’s a potted history of my experiences of working with RC priests.
Everything I have said is 100% truthful.
Of course there will be the usual clerical comments today accusing me of pretending to be perfect and all other priests bad. Of course I do not claim that and never have.
In fact all my “warts” are on Google 🙃
I am simply telling the very unwelcome truth.
If (Eton College version)
By Brian Bilston
If you can keep your job when all around you Lies ravaged from what it is you’ve done; If intellect and common sense confound you And if integrity you have but none; If you can lie and not be tired by lying, And pretend you act for the public good, But then leave the people to their dying And say you did, sadly, all you could:
If you can dream – of nothing more than power; If you can think – but only of yourself; If you believe this country’s finest hour Is when the chosen few can gain more wealth; If you can flout the law with bluff and bluster And not care whether you are believed, Or deny with scorn every single blunder And not care how many you may deceive:
If you can stir up hatred, fear and violence To create division to suit your ends; And answer cries for help with silence, And then laugh about it with your friends: If you can stretch this country to its limit Or until it is you’ve had your fun, Yours is this land and everything that’s in it, And—as you wished—you’ll be PM, my son
APOSTOLIC LETTER ISSUED “MOTU PROPRIO” BY THE SUPREME PONTIFF
ON THE USE OF THE ROMAN LITURGY PRIOR TO THE REFORM OF 1970
Guardians of the tradition, the bishops in communion with the Bishop of Rome constitute the visible principle and foundation of the unity of their particular Churches. Under the guidance of the Holy Spirit, through the proclamation of the Gospel and by means of the celebration of the Eucharist, they govern the particular Churches entrusted to them.
In order to promote the concord and unity of the Church, with paternal solicitude towards those who in any region adhere to liturgical forms antecedent to the reform willed by the Vatican Council II, my Venerable Predecessors, Saint John Paul II and Benedict XVI, granted and regulated the faculty to use the Roman Missal edited by John XXIII in 1962. In this way they intended “to facilitate the ecclesial communion of those Catholics who feel attached to some earlier liturgical forms” and not to others.
In line with the initiative of my Venerable Predecessor Benedict XVI to invite the bishops to assess the application of the Motu Proprio Summorum Pontificum three years after its publication, the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith carried out a detailed consultation of the bishops in 2020. The results have been carefully considered in the light of experience that has matured during these years.
At this time, having considered the wishes expressed by the episcopate and having heard the opinion of the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith, I now desire, with this Apostolic Letter, to press on ever more in the constant search for ecclesial communion. Therefore, I have considered it appropriate to establish the following:
Art. 1. The liturgical books promulgated by Saint Paul VI and Saint John Paul II, in conformity with the decrees of Vatican Council II, are the unique expression of the lex orandi of the Roman Rite.
Art. 2. It belongs to the diocesan bishop, as moderator, promoter, and guardian of the whole liturgical life of the particular Church entrusted to him, to regulate the liturgical celebrations of his diocese. Therefore, it is his exclusive competence to authorize the use of the 1962 Roman Missal in his diocese, according to the guidelines of the Apostolic See.
Art. 3. The bishop of the diocese in which until now there exist one or more groups that celebrate according to the Missal antecedent to the reform of 1970:
§ 1. is to determine that these groups do not deny the validity and the legitimacy of the liturgical reform, dictated by Vatican Council II and the Magisterium of the Supreme Pontiffs;
§ 2. is to designate one or more locations where the faithful adherents of these groups may gather for the eucharistic celebration (not however in the parochial churches and without the erection of new personal parishes);
§ 3. to establish at the designated locations the days on which eucharistic celebrations are permitted using the Roman Missal promulgated by Saint John XXIII in 1962. In these celebrations the readings are proclaimed in the vernacular language, using translations of the Sacred Scripture approved for liturgical use by the respective Episcopal Conferences;
§ 4. to appoint a priest who, as delegate of the bishop, is entrusted with these celebrations and with the pastoral care of these groups of the faithful. This priest should be suited for this responsibility, skilled in the use of the Missale Romanum antecedent to the reform of 1970, possess a knowledge of the Latin language sufficient for a thorough comprehension of the rubrics and liturgical texts, and be animated by a lively pastoral charity and by a sense of ecclesial communion. This priest should have at heart not only the correct celebration of the liturgy, but also the pastoral and spiritual care of the faithful;
§ 5. to proceed suitably to verify that the parishes canonically erected for the benefit of these faithful are effective for their spiritual growth, and to determine whether or not to retain them;
§ 6. to take care not to authorize the establishment of new groups.
Art. 4. Priests ordained after the publication of the present Motu Proprio, who wish to celebrate using the Missale Romanum of 1962, should submit a formal request to the diocesan Bishop who shall consult the Apostolic See before granting this authorization.
Art. 5. Priests who already celebrate according to the Missale Romanum of 1962 should request from the diocesan Bishop the authorization to continue to enjoy this faculty.
Art. 6. Institutes of consecrated life and Societies of apostolic life, erected by the Pontifical Commission Ecclesia Dei, fall under the competence of the Congregation for Institutes of Consecrated Life and Societies for Apostolic Life.
Art. 7. The Congregation for Divine Worship and the Discipline of the Sacraments and the Congregation for Institutes of Consecrated Life and Societies of Apostolic Life, for matters of their particular competence, exercise the authority of the Holy See with respect to the observance of these provisions.
Art. 8. Previous norms, instructions, permissions, and customs that do not conform to the provisions of the present Motu Proprio are abrogated.
Everything that I have declared in this Apostolic Letter in the form of Motu Proprio, I order to be observed in all its parts, anything else to the contrary notwithstanding, even if worthy of particular mention, and I establish that it be promulgated by way of publication in “L’Osservatore Romano”, entering immediately in force and, subsequently, that it be published in the official Commentary of the Holy See, Acta Apostolicae Sedis.
Given at Rome, at Saint John Lateran, on 16 July 2021, the liturgical Memorial of Our Lady of Mount Carmel, in the ninth year of Our Pontificate.
 Cfr Second Vatican Ecumenical Council, Dogmatic Constitution on the Church “Lumen Gentium”, 21 november 1964, n. 23 AAS 57 (1965) 27.
 Cfr Second Vatican Ecumenical Council, Dogmatic Constitution on the Church “Lumen Gentium”, 21 november 1964, n. 27: AAS 57 (1965) 32; Second Vatican Ecumenical Council, Decree concerning the pastoral office of bishops in the Church “Christus Dominus”, 28 october 1965, n. 11: AAS 58 (1966) 677-678; Catechism of the Catholic Church, n. 833.
 Cfr John Paul II, Apostolic Letter given Motu proprio “Ecclesia Dei”, 2 july 1988: AAS 80 (1988) 1495-1498; Benedict XVI, Apostolic Letter given Motu proprio “Summorum Pontificum”, 7 july 2007: AAS 99 (2007) 777-781; Apostolic Letter given Motu proprio “Ecclesiae unitatem”, 2 july 2009: AAS 101 (2009) 710-711.
 John Paul II, Apostolic Letter given Motu proprio “Ecclesia Dei”, 2 july 1988, n. 5: AAS 80 (1988) 1498.
 Cfr Second Vatican Ecumenical Council, Costitution on the sacred liturgy “Sacrosanctum Concilium”, 4 december 1963, n. 41: AAS 56 (1964) 111; Caeremoniale Episcoporum, n. 9; Congregation for Divine Worship and the Discipline of the Sacrament, Instruction on certain matters to be observed or to be avoided regarding the Most Holy Eucharist “Redemptionis Sacramentum”, 25 march 2004, nn. 19-25: AAS 96 (2004) 555-557.
 Cfr CIC, can. 375, § 1; can. 392.
 Cfr Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith, Decree “Quo magis” approving seven Eucharistic Prefaces for the forma extraordinaria of the Roman Rite, 22 february 2020, and Decree “Cum sanctissima” on the liturgical celebration in honour of Saints in the forma extraordinaria of the Roman Rite, 22 february 2020: L’Osservatore Romano, 26 march 2020, p. 6.
This is a slap in the kisser for Old Mother Burke 😁
The Latin Brigade have been out of order for too long.
Its not just about the Latin Mass but its about the fact that he Latin Brigade reject the Second Vatican Council and the authority of post Vat 11 popes.
if the Latinos dont accept Vat 11 they should clear off and found their own church.
Anyway, Francis has drawn a line in the sand and cracked the whip.
The outcome will be interesting.
BY THE WAY……
I have been perfectly faithful to the Paul V1 Mass for 45 years 😁
On close examination it appears that the man dressed in the clerical collar giving fellatio to the other man is doing so in a church sanctuary with the tabernacle in the close background!
On closer examination, it seems to be that the red tabernacle, slightly to the right, is very close to the tabernacle.
This means that these men, who may be priests ate having sex right in front of the Blessed Sacrament!
If this is true it is certainly gone down the the street of blasphemy, the satanic and a strange kinkiness.
Most of us who are Catholic and Christian would be horrified by the Blessed Sacrament being blasphemed against in this way.
If they are lay men it is still horrific.
If they are priests then it is more horrific and mindblowing.
And in fact it is priests doing the Satanic.
My information comes from a source that was connected with Fr Lomasney.
As I dig deeper into this I am finding that there appears to be a small number of priests, who are involved in gay sex with other priests and men, that is taking place in churches and on sanctuaries and altars.
The three dioceses that seem to be involved are Dublin, Kildare and Leighlin and Cloyne. That may change.
It is also alleged that a priest member of the Capuchin is involved.
SEXUAL ABUSE OF MINORS:
I am also finding worrying links of this group to paedophilia and child sex abuse. On this matter, I am working with the Gardai.
PAT AND NERO SUMMER 1998
FOR THOSE CLAIMING THAT THESE PICTURES ARE THE SAME AS KILDORRERY – HERE ARE THE KILLDORRERY PICS
Conversion therapy for gay people, or others, is based on crass ignorance and wrong understandings of medicine, science and the Bible.
One big question that is always asked is: “Are people born gay or are they affected by their early enviornment and experiences”.
In my own case, I was sexually abused by a young man of 18 + when I was only 6. Did that experience damage my emotional and sexual development?
The honest answer is : “I don’t know,”.
What I do know is that my mother had two uncles were gay ( in secret in those times of ignorance ).
In fact my granduncle Jimmy was quite effeminate and was a servant to the Queen Mother.
Also interesting is the fact that I have several cousins, male and female, who are openly gay. In fact I married my cousin to her partner in Tullamore, Co Offaly, a couple of years ago. It was an absolutely wonderful extended family day.
Even the scientific and medical communities cannot answer the question.
But whatever the answer is the use of Conversion Therapy is barbaric.
I would imagine that no one, at birth, would choose to be gay, especially in the past, given the amount of suffering and rejection people had to undergo.
My orientation certainly caused ne a lot of struggle – especially between the ages of 13 and 40.
My distress was greatly added to by the Catholic education I was subjected to and the amount of uslesss guilt that was placed upon my shoulders.
Through excellent psychotherapy at 40 ish I cast off all those chains and became truly free for possibly the first time in my life.
If I was asked now if I would prefer to be heterosexual my answer would be a firm NO.