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WAS FR LOMASNEY PART OF A LARGER GROUP OF MEN INVOLVED IN CHURCH SEX AND OTHER DARK ACTIVITIES?

There is clear evidence emerging that Fr Lomasney was part of a larger group of men who were involved in having gay sex in churches and other even darker activities.

This group, which still exists, chat with each other on gay dating sites like Grindr and Fabguys and arrange meetings in people’s houses and outdoors in wooded areas.

The group has members who are priests as well as laymen. It is believed that members of the Garda are also involved.

The group also is involved in Satanic rituals.

This at least partially explains why these men are desecrating churches by behaving sacrilegiously on church altars.

We are aware of the incident involving Fr Lomasney on the altar of Kildorrery Church.

It has now emerged that there was a similar  incident that took place in a Dublin church.

It has also emerged that there was a third person present at the Kildorrery incident.

That third person, who was involved with Fr Lomasney at Kildorrery, continued to boast about his part in the incident to other men in gay dating sites conversations, even after the death of Fr Lomasney.

The third person may have taken the photographs we have seen?

The group appear to be active in the Kildare and Kilkenny areas but also have men visiting from all parts of Ireland.

This group has also threatened those who oppose or seek to “out” them with violence.

WHY SATANISM?

I do not know what attracts people to Satanism and the occult.

Is it an attempt to break all boundaries and taboos?

Is it about increasingly taking newer and more dangerous risks -with the increasing risks bringing more pleasure with them?

Of course, it is not just gay people who take an onterest in the occult.

But I am becoming more aware of small groups of gay men being attracted to the occult, the violent, extreme sexual activities, drugs etc.

Sadly, things like this inevitably lead to harm, violence and even death.

Its a very dark area and it bewilders me why any priest would go there?

A priest having sex on an altar is an evil act.

MAP OF THE THREE WOODS IN KILDARE WHETE GROUP MEETS.

FATHER CONOR CUNNINGHAM

From Galway clerical changes

A Galway priest tells me that Fr Cunningham is preparing to enter another profession.

Does the bishop of Galway, Brendan Kelly know this or is he playing along and fooling us?

Kelly

129 replies on “WAS FR LOMASNEY PART OF A LARGER GROUP OF MEN INVOLVED IN CHURCH SEX AND OTHER DARK ACTIVITIES?”

Satanic is the only word which would help to explain what happened on the altar at Kildorrery. That the church has not been reconsecrated after it’s desecration is beyond belief.

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Maybe the bishop there is involved in some way in these satanic activities. Maybe that is why he did not reconsecrate.

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The obvious conundrum here is why people continue to donste money to these institusionally enslaved parasites.

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The existence of any organised perverted sex group of any kind involving “professional” people of different backgrounds, including clergy, is very concerning, if true. To engage in sexual orgies in a Church is truly satanic and any person found doing so should be before a court. We must have facts though, not hearsay. There is sadly, a lessening of any sense of the sacred in our culture and a modern illness is that of experimenting with the human psyche through drugs, extreme sex, alcohol, sado masochistic rituals….Many of our younger people seem to accept this all too easily. If we speak about moral responsibilities, we are ridiculed. There is a spiritual malaise in our world that is being filled with the high of sex, alcohol and drugs. I do not know of a Dublin Church incident. Did it involve a priest? I know of a Church where druggies in broad daylight have had their fix in porchway – all caught in cctv. I am quite certain that the Bishop of Galway is aware of Fr. Conor’s sabatical. Absolutely nothing wring with this. Let’s not start conspiracy theories. Despite the sickening aspect of Fr. Lomanseys actions, i think he was a deeply troubled man and I hope he is at rest. Pat, I would like to be given real evidence about your summations rather than just “I heard” or “I believe”. The full truth matters.

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Conor is obviously packing his parachute – the law exams – before he bails out of Galway diocese.

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‘Through some crack the smoke of Satan has entered the Church’? There is no ‘some’ about it: the crack is called ‘the clergy’.

Pope Benedict XVI himself admitted as much when he said: ‘It is we (the clergy) who bring this filth into the Church’. (Source: television documentary Secrets of the Vatican)

Jesus Christ did NOT establish a new priesthood to replace levitical (Jewish) priesthood. When will this penny drop loudly enough for even the most skeptical to hear?

Historically, ALL the problems the Church has suffered have been down to Roman Catholic clergy. Every crisis in the Church’s timeline, bar none, has had priests as its cause and effect.

Get rid of clergy and the Church will, in time, recover. Retain them and be prepared to endure many more such moral outrages by priests as featured on today’s blog, and much worse.

These men collectively are wreaking grave spiritual harm on Catholics and on themselves. STOP throwing money at them: their parasitical indolence feeds their baser appetites and prompts their moral depravity.

For God’s sake, and for yours, waken up from moral stupor to the degenerative effect of priesthood in the Church, on the Church, and on the wider world.

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7.00
The tedious and repetitive nonsensical beating of his drum by mc about the priesthood and the intentions of the historical Jesus make one thing clear: the person he is thereby attempting to convince is himself.

The amusing aspect is he hasn’t marshalled even a shred of academic evidence to support his twisted and perverted obsession.

Let him cite three published sources to substantiate his conclusions about Jesus’ intentionality and the emergence of Christian ministries of deacon, elder and overseer.

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11.48

I don’t need academic evidence. Truth is its own attestation. And the truth is clear from the Gospel, and from the New Testament as a whole.

There were NO priests in the early years of the church; this is historical fact. Believers met in one another’s homes, where someone was chosen to preside. Likely, the presider was male, considering the patriarchal structure of contemporary Jewish society, but this is not certain. We know that Jesus’ treatment of women was far less patriarchal: he was a leveller of humanity, breaking down hierarchical barriers and divisions. It is entirely possible, therefore, that women, too, acted as presiders at the eucharistic memorial. Whatever the truth here may be, there were no priests.

I suspect that you are a priest, given the defensiveness of your post.

What you must remember is that, historically, the fruit of RC priesthood, as a whole, has been corruption and fracture in the Church, and a source and sustainment of disunity. Christ unites, not divides. He did not, therefore, will priesthood. As he said, a kingdom divided against itself cannot stand. Common sense alone should tell you that historical RC priesthood confirms his very words.

Until the Church returns to the simple arrangement of its earliest years, it will not heal, because there is no power to heal in deviation from Christ’s clear will.

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1.28
Another priest? Or the one earlier?
You are not familiar with the gospels, are you?
Why was Jesus hounded from the Nazareth synagogue by enraged congregants? I’ll give you a hint: because he dared to identify himself, a mere carpenter (and the son of a carpenter) with the figure in Isaiah, the text from which he was reading aloud and which was commonly understood at the time as an allusion to the Messiah: ‘Today this scripture has been fulfilled in your hearing.’ Now THERE’S homespun biblical theology! And his lsteners liked it so much they sought to throw him over a cliff.
Nor is this isn’t the only gospel instance of such criticism.

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I have no idea if Fr Lomansey was involved in a Satanic group, but I doubt it somehow. Discovering he was HIV+ and a priest may have been enough to push him over the edge. There is also a distinct possibility he had no one to turn to in the awful situation he found himself in. Of course, he could have turned to you, Bp Pat, for support and guidance.

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@ 9.05am. You must be having a laugh. Mr. Lomasney would not have turned to Mr. Buckley for support and guidance. That would be like visiting Jack the Ripper for a haircut. That is not to denigrate Mr. Buckley for the much good I am sure he does, but with Mr. Lomasney’s name plastered all over the blog it would not incline him to seek refuge in the blog master. With the Church and the world in such a sorry state it is not easy to know who you can trust, but trust is vital and that only comes with time and discernment. I would have hoped that AA might have helped, but with his face also appearing on this blog, and maybe elsewhere, his anonymity was also less assured.

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No. I would have regarded the encounter as a confidential pastoral meeting. I’ve had many such meetings.

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9:53 Why do you refer to both men as Mr? If it is an attempt to distance them from the fact that they were both ordained priests by the church and spent some time in ministry in the church, you can come off it.

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By now RCs are becoming accustomed to their own priests having no morals but needn’t project that onto other denominations.

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I can attest to the fact that I received excellent pastoral care from Pat on a very private matter, which he has never discussed or even alluded to on the blog in any way.

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At this stage of my life, I am well able to distinguish between my role as a priest and my role as a blogger.

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@ 10.36am I don’t do titles, pure and simple. No other agenda. When I meet priests or bishops, or those living on the streets, I call them “Sir” or “Madam” as a mark of respect, nothing more is needed and it treats them all as equals. I hope that satisfies your curiosity. Thank you sir or madam.

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Thereis no attempt to denigrate Pat yet you suggest visiting him would be like visiting Jack the Ripper for a haircut. Too funny. No denigation there.

Oh, and perhaps you meant Sweeney Todd not Jack the Ripper.

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Imagine how many places around the world there are where Catholic Clergy are copulating on altars in worship of their Father – Lucifer.
What you think it’s just in Ireland?

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9.12: But Pat does betray trust. Pat abuses infirmation given to him for a furtherance of his poisonous anti church agenda and when personally challenged he blames someone else. There is nothing kind about this blog. Fr. Lomansey seemed a troubled man in many ways. God rest his soul in peace. I wouldn’t give my parrot to Pat for minding. The allegations about disgusting sexual behaviour happening in churches or under trees in an animalistic or satanic manner, if spotted and proved, should be brought to the attention of the Gardai. Such blasphemous carry on in a church is truly darkly satanic. It is both vile and evil. We need proof.

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11:26 is using the usual ‘ it’s society not us’ pattern of denial to blame the messenger and excuse the hierarchy.
And how the hell are you supposed to be kind to someone desecrating an altar? If you have any ideas I would genuinely love to hear them.
For the umpteenth time you idiot, sex between consenting adults on an altar in a locked church which can’t be seen into, is not illegal in Ireland. There are no blasphemy laws any more.
This is for the BISHOPS to sort.
I have repeatedly told people who think otherwise here to report it to the garda and see how interested they are.
I don’t think you are as stupid as you are acting though, I mean you would be in care if you were, and just want this covered up.

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The Kildare group for priests and sems is run by an ex priest from Galway who works in the midlands now corrupting teenagers by day.

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Would this be the former priest who is known to bend over a tree stump in an outdoor cruising spot and take anonymous contributions in his anal cavity? He is very good looking but doesn’t possess much of a specimen of manhood himself and prefers to be the taker than the giver.

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That isn’t the famous tree on Clapham Common where many priests have offered themselves.

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Not the Clapham Common tree but an Irish equivalent. But our friend has probably been on the Clapham tree/bench too. He gets around. God be with the days when he waa confined to Moycullen.

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Does Denis Nulty know about the gay priests group operating in his diocese? At a recent meeting al fresco in a forest off the M7 in Kildare, the participants had to deposit a shot of semen in a chalice. When all the shots were in, some water and wine were added and the youngest semenary present had to drink it all. Disgusting! May Our Holy Mother wash away there sin.

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This has made me sick to the stomach. I don’t think I will ever look at a bishop, priest,or seminarian in the same light again. May God have mercy on their corrupted souls.

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10:06 Frankly if you haven’t experienced that yet, the news hadn’t been sinking in. The fact that the faithful are somehow able not to see the reality of their church is as good a reason as any for Pat to publish what he does here.
The truth will make you free, even if it is revolting. I hope you will give nothing tomorrow and cancel any standing orders.

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Hence his nickname’Big Mick’. He must have had something to make a young seminarian in his 20s succumb to an unhealthy 60 year old.

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Lots of deflection.
The death cert links Lomasney to the Relihan family. Two controversial characters here.
There should be a campaign for all priests to be tested for AIDS and the results disclosed to the Bishop – along with any required explanations.
Alternatively priests should donate blood… if you look at the questions asked there every priest should be able to pass the tests.

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The clerical tendency is to lament the loss or diminishing of the sacred in society and culture and blame society and culture. Do they ever stop to reflect that they their filth and scandal is the real reason for this?

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10.08: You are intellectually wrong. Society is evolving all the time. Our understanding of ourselves as human beings evolves; our cultural norms evolve; economics, philosophy and world religions evolve. They rarely remain static. Many have rejected formal, organised religion for a myriad of reasons, many have returned to pagan rituals, reverencing their ancestral lineage and beliefs. Many have just gone on new “spiritual” pathways, many engage in dark, weird satanic rituals. Society has offered many alternatives of a new age philosophy, humanism and atheism. People choose different visions of life. When we find ourselves unable to chart a meaningful pathway for ourselves we can fall into a great darkness of despair. I do feel that Christian communities have much to offer by way of giving hope and healing and purpose to people. It’s not all gloom and doom and failure!! Not from my perspective. The reference points of hope, security and comfort of our Christian faith have been very damaged, sadly.

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12:56 It would help if you tried to address the original comment.
My answer is they don’t stop to think because they don’t care. Furthermore I think a Christian approach to the situation would be to examine the effect of the scandal, address it openly and act as if this has happened.
Real repentance to my mind means acknowledging the effect of your actions and it is very clear the RC community has not done that.

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There will be a whole host (pun intended) of bishops and clergy who know about ‘Sex on The Altar’ bit will be deeply committed to the part of the playbook they do best – Cover Up and Omertà.

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10.12am
Thank you for answering, albeit rather succinctly, my rhetorical question.
If they don’t – they should, for the fault dear Brutus isn’t in the stars but ourselves.

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Take note Bishop Crean. You really are thick Kerryman or in league with dark forces if you fail to implement the law “ Can. 1211 Sacred places are violated by gravely injurious actions done in them with scandal to the faithful, actions which, in the judgment of the local ordinary, are so grave and contrary to the holiness of the place that it is not permitted to carry on worship in them until the damage is repaired by a penitential rite according to the norm of the liturgical books”

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Sr. Mary Francis has only been discharged from the hospital, they have increased the anti-psychotic medication that she is on. She was in wonderful form yesterday and full of plans for the future. Unfortunately she logged on and viewed todays blog and has had a very bad relapse. She is running round the garden like a demented one. God save us all we don’t know what to do as we can’t bring her back to the hospital until Monday. Sr Mary Clarance has locked herself in her room to keep herself safe. Mother Mary Paul has taken to the Sherry that was left over from last Christmas and she is singing hymns in the front garden to try and drown out the noise that Mary Francis is making in the back garden. I blame this blog it is not good for the simple minded or the confused it just sends them over the top.

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Simple minded is the perfect description for those who continue to adhere to the RC church or give money to it.

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11.45: How wrong you are and a total lie. I’ve been in parishes where there was a great mix of people from all backgrounds… from the very professional, lawyers, medical personnel, teachers, business owners to the very poor…no distinction was made and all were very generous in supporting parishes. Parishioners are not fools as you claim, you silly, stupid begrudger….In fact since the pandemic, with limited numbers allowed, parishioners in my present parish are exceptionally generous: they are donating much more. You, sir, are a liar and haven’t a clue.

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12.41

Those people know no better. They have been socialised and indeed terrorised into believing what they believe and acting as they do.

At their heart, you will likely find more fear than faith. It is fear that keeps them stationery, like a rabbit transfixed in the headlights of a car.

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11.45: The “stupid minded” as you call them have smarter brains than you, Mr. illiterate and ignoramus…The cheesy sound bytes offer nothing substantial by way of rational thought processes. Hey dude, get an education…

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5:23 My comment said ‘simple’ minded, not stupid minded. Perhaps you could learn to read before criticising people who are intellectual colossi in comparison to you.

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7.05: Yes indeed, stupid/simple minded – all the same in your lexicon. Not much of a difference between stupid and simple, Mr. Aggressive, as you prove.

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12.56pm

I see that yiur intellectual brilliance doesn’t prevent you from being rude and obnoxious – doesn’t St Paul himself highlight that love is first of all mannered and certainly never rude (1 Cor 13).
If I am wrong explain how I am wrong – it’s too easy to be rude and condescending when your as intellectually brilliant as you!!!!!!
If I may just say too.
Pope John Paul blamed society and the culture for the loss of a sense of sin whilst at the same overseeing the dark heart of his papacy with scandals such as Calvi, Macial, and industrial strength cover up of child abuse.
Pope Emeritus Benedict blamed flirtatious children and the 60’s on clerical child abuse.
Clergy often lament the culture for loss of the sacred.
They say of clergy that they love to have a lay person or anybody really but themselves to blame.
My non intellectual but self evident point is the fault, the blame, the fault, the fault, the most egregious fault for the loss of the sense of sin, clerical child abuse and the loss of the sacred can be placed fairly, squarely and forever at the door of the RCC’s clerical caste.

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1.04: I merely stated that your observation at 10.08 was too shallow and generalised. I stated in my comment of 12.56 that the reference points of our spiritual securities have been damaged, by which I meant, the clerical sexual abuse scandals, criminal and corrupt behaviour and cover up by the institutional church. Of course these egregious and monstrous activities have destroyed our spiritual, faith and moral integrity. I don’t deny this. Neither am I rude or obnoxious: if stating that I feel you are intellectually wrong is rude and obnoxious: sorry. I still believe that human life, philosophical thinking and our understanding of the evolution of things are impacting on our faith/religious/spiritual dimensions and realities. My reading and absorption of psychology, theology and philosophy in the 70’s are hugely changed in 2021. Our thought patterns change, our perceptions of life and human nature are constantly changing. The emptiness of “spirituality” in our modern, broken world is multi faceted, the breakdown of religious traditions being one facet. For those who once looked to the church for religious comfort and moral guidance, they have legitimate reason to criticise and walk away, if they choose to do so. This is regrettable but I acknowledge the role the church scandals have played in this reality.

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Literally only a priest could be as self centered as the one who wrote this comment.

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I strongly believe that the missing link which explains the stories you have been covering today and yesterday is crystal methamphetamine. I understand this (and the associated chemsex scene) is now as rife in Dublin and Belfast as it is in London. The substance basically disables the inhibitory function in the brain causing reckless behaviour, and potentially giving free rein to any unintegrated aspects of the personality. This is likely to manifest itself in clergy and religious displaying an interest in the occult (the “shadow self”). Not wanting to overgeneralise, but clergy and religious are relatively likely to suffer a lack of integration because Catholic teaching and spiritual practice tend not to encourage the individual to accommodate the dark side of the personality in a mature way. Hence so much addiction.
The case of Stefano Brizzi shows what can go wrong.

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3.56: Explain the absurdity of your silly, clownish comment! Tell me how you can conclude that judgment. Do you have any intellectual reasoning? If not, don’t reply.

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5:19 okay since you ask nicely I will explain the absurdness of my 🤡 comment.
See there’s this bunch of men (only) who think they are very very special. This is because their god can only speak through them and they get a special big Chair at the front of the church. Not one of them has done a day’s work in years and they like everyone else to call them father.
This is bizarre because they supposedly don’t have sex and you have to have sex to have children.
Oh but did I mention they do have sex really but don’t like to talk about it because they are so special.
That is the absurdness of my comment fully explained. However I have not shown off my intellectual attainments because they would make you feel inferior and you would start screaming LIES!

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Hi Bishop Pat,​
Do you know about the gay chain of priests here in Scotland?
From Senior Clergy down to Seminarians in several diocese.
Many of them say The Mass of the Ages.

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Why did Conti stop an audit that the Devlin book mentions, and why didn’t the rest of the Scottish bishops go ahead with it to spite him? Are they all supposed to have something on each other or something?

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1.09
Archbishop Conti stopped nothing at all.
Poor Mario getting mentioned in a filth Book by Devlin.
Mario was not the Aarchbishop at the time of the downfall it was Philip Tartaglia who was appointed Administrator for nearly a year to Edinburgh and it drained Philip.
Rome took over the full situation and parachuted Leo Cushley in and moved Robson to Dunkeld.
Devlin does not mention the pyjama parties and starts about whistle blowers but we all know the main whistle blower has passed away and with Brian’s expertise he would be a great help to him.
Edinburgh bun fight was over a mitre and power and strangely enough the short lived mitre went to Robson and not the then Cathedral Administrator.
Very selective writing by Brian but them Columba books take anyone.
Brian’s book is on par with Matthew Despard’s and thankfully both are under control with Brian gone and hopefully Despard soon.

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Why is it called “the mass of the ages”? The obsolete version of the Roman Rite that traditionalists seem to be so attached to was brought about in 1570 when the previous forms were reformed, just as it too was reformed with the current Roman rite.
It’s not special or anything. It’s just an obsolete form of worship.

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3.39
In 40 years I have never heard of it called Mass of the Ages and any correspondence is usually from the Institute of CTK or the FSSPX.
I actually thought earlier is was an Anglican Mass.
The RCC has the Mass of the Angel’s from Children who sadly have died or the Christian Mass of the resurrection but never the Mass of the Ages.
They are in the dark ages not the Mass of the Ages.

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6.52: A good try but still lacking any intellectual thought processes. At least you’ll be graduating from senior infants level to frist class!!! Then, you’ll have a little more ability. And if you try harder, I’ll praise you…Honestly….

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There are a number of lay members of that gay cabal apart from the clergy. They include a lawyer, an undertaker, an employee at Celtic Park and the proprietor of an Italian restaurant.
However the Scots/Italian alleged he has been excluded from the magic circle and while under the influence of drink has named names.
Red faces and bottoms all round!

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There are also some laymen part of one of the gay cliques in Glasgow. The one I know about has at least one priest from Motherwell and one from Paisley diocese. Some of the laymen are married.

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With reference to society it is blindingly clear that the ongoing inability of the church to select or control its clergy is a real problem for society. I personally favour states intervening to control the church if it won’t come to heel, however the laity must not forget the power they actually have. Don’t forget how they moaned because of lessened donations during lockdown (any stated financial problem was a lie, by the way). You have the power to force the church to change – come to think of it a church which is forced to use its amassed wealth to stay going would be a better church across the board.

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Because he’s being transferred again. Third parish in two years and none of it his fault. He’s being kicked around by the bishop….so unfair.

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3.54
That is not correct he is not getting kicked around by the Bishop.
The days have gone when Bishops can treat clergy bad as they just go on sabbaticals or on the sick.
Clergy are being moved more quicker now due to the vast shortages in some dioceses you can be 3 years ordained and get a parish.
I also do not think Kevin would let anyone walk over him.

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3.28pm

I am sorry that you felt a view I expressed was shallow and generalised – that may be, but equally seemingly shallow and generalised views can hold water and cogency.
For example:
‘Hell is other people’ (Satre)
‘Religion is the opium of the people’ (Marx)
‘Sex is power: power is sex’ (Foucault)
‘I am, therefore I’m Spam.’ (Descartes)
This platform is a blog after all not an Oxbridge or Gregorian tutorial or seminar.
If I were you I’d lower your expectations of the blog as an intellectual hotbed and see it as an easy going salon where Mr Shallow, Ms Generalized and Mrs Intellectually Brilliant are happy bed fellows engaged in fruitful and mutually beneficial discussion underpinned by mutual respect.

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I think Confucius put it best when he said, If you don’t like the smell of Chinese food don’t live in Chinatown.

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4.22: The priblem with Mr. Shallow and Mr. Generalised is that you and up with cheap sound bytes and a distortion of truth. You also get a barrage of ad hominem insults. Too many comments are hearsay with little proven validity behind them. Descartes’ “Cogito, ergo sum” is one I particularly studied….and loved.. also Sartre…Those wonderful lectures days of the 70’s… TRUTH should not be a casualty of gossip, innuendo or hearsay conversations.

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And if you ever shut up and listened to anyone else it wouldn’t be.
It makes me laugh so much, the way you can tell priests are used to a captive audience who meekly listen.

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I got told by people with “back channels” that I would be “inserted into the Church”. After many years, I didn’t want to know any more.

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I understand he has a big gig tonight in honour of Our Lady of the Assumption who stamped her foot on that satanic snake.

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Dom Dick is very good at putting on the dress and playing the holy priest. The mask slips every so often.

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How about this for shallow generalised but accurate sound bytes:
Most RCC are gay – many are predatory and active – some are child abusers.
Most RCC couldn’t organise a party in a brewery.
Most RCC are sexually, financially and emotionally adolescents locked in an immature and dysfunctional mindset.
I could say more – just ask?

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On the topic of yesterday, bad bishops within the Church have failed to root out evil and have even protected evil. Shame on them.
Like any of the Birmingham Six, I am an innocent man who has been wronged.
Is mise le meas,
Séamus
PAX

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