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THE SCOTTISH DAISY CHAIN IS UNHAPPY BUT SCOTTISH PRIESTS AND LAITY ARE HAPPY AND RELIEVED.

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SCOTTISH PRIEST WRITES:

The clergy and laity of Scotland are so impressed with your courage and transparency and I and many others are so relieved that its all come out into the open.

I’ve shed many tears these last few years as a priest of but these last few days have helped ease that pain.

Your blog and it’s contents are the talk of the diocese and country and people are loving it Pat that you had the courage to show these hypocrites up for who and what they really are.​

Pat, I never once told you a lie or gossip but only ever shared FACTS. Bishop Keenan has misled his lawyer and the lawyer now knows that and is raging. The clergy and people of Scotland are delighted.

The bishop and the funeral director are raging but also spending a lot of time on the phone shocked that they have been exposed. Many people never going to use his company again.​

Pat, you have them on the ropes. Please do not give in as you are landing blow after blue. Keenan is finished.

Pat, your a good man and have saved many souls this weekend. I look forward to speaking to And meeting ​ you.​

To show I’m credible I can confirm to you a brother priest has spoken to The Scottish Sun – have you heard from them?

PAT SAYS

Dear Brother, It does seem that the gay clerical clique in Scotland has been running wild for years and decades and has caused a lot of damage and hurt 😢

And its not just about celibate bishops and priests having sex with each other.

Its also about the nastiness of this clique bullying other priests and parishioners, promoting each other to diocesan and episcopal positions and targetting seminarians and other young men for seduction.

In Scotland, we have had the equivalent of the McCarrick Mafia in Scotland – led by KOB himself.

The Priesthood should be made up of a healthy diversity of people. Instead it has become homosexualised, to the exclusion of others.

I know its not easy – but Scottish priests and laity need to stand up and publicly challenge this cancer.

I hope John Keenan is gone as far as he can go. He should never have been made a bishop in the first place.

APPARENTLY BRIAN DARCY IS NOT HAPPY IN CROSSGAR AND WANTS BACK TO FERMANAGH 😭

Darcy

The word on the Irish clerical grapevine is that poor Brian is not happy in Crossgar and wants back to Enniskillen.

Part of the problem seems to be the fact that poor Brian has to live with Gary.

Gary Donegan

Oh, Dear! The Clash of the Egos.

The problem is that not everyone wants Darcy back in The Gran monastery.

123 replies on “THE SCOTTISH DAISY CHAIN IS UNHAPPY BUT SCOTTISH PRIESTS AND LAITY ARE HAPPY AND RELIEVED.”

Darcy took a vow of obedience so he has to go where he is sent and accept it humbly. He allowed the Graan and Mt Argus to become personality cults centred on him. Why can’t he live a quiet, obscure life of service and not be the centre of attention?

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Thursday 12 August
At a friends pleasure, I spent that evening at a Dublin hotel. I shared a lift with Brian D’Arcy … he looked alone , lonely and forlorn. He had no cognisance of me, masked as I was. His palour was that grey countenance of a broken man… like many the priest who gave his life for A Lie.

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D’Arcy’s career of attention seeking should never have been allowed by his Superiors in the Passionist Order. They are to blame for not reminding .him that he was a Religious and not a celebrity.

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Brian D’arcy is a total narcissist. It’s text book. I saw him at the Nathan Carter concert there … he loves the attention.
It’s difficult to get past the personality and get to the spirituality.

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Is this not a typical reaction to clerical adulation ? D’arcy and Donegan are two sides of the same coin…. Hubris. It never ends well when we think we’re the most important cog in the machine. A salutary lesson for all.

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The undertaker and JK alongside the clergy and seminarian CM that who seems to be forgot about while Good clergy worked.
Dinner parties and Hot Tubs to mention 2 issues.
OK maybe Pat is being wicked who knows.
Went from Daisy Chain to JK.

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Evan has gone a long time ago.
John Keenan takes NO part in the Daisy Chain and knew nothing about it however now informed it its Friends gathering.
It is the undertaker with clergy and seminarians.
John Keenan was friendly with the undertaker and his family in the 90’s.
The blog has turned on John Keenan likely for His office and forgotten the original blog Daisy Chain.
They will see what Austin Lafferty says later.

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There is a rumour that the undertaker is or was involved in a legal dispute with a Glasgow PP.
He is or was suing the priest. Is this true?

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Betty and McNamara have a plan. McNamara lied everyone and should come clean. Do you have the Christmas jumper picture Bishop Pat?

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At Ibrox Park in November vows of celibacy are to be abolished for gays, Anglicans and fornicators. A plenary dispensation will be granted to jumper wearers.

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Hey, I’m not being thick but what links the Bishop and the funeral director ? Can they not just be friends or professional colleagues ? I’m a sales manager and I’m friendly with folk that I work with. Doesn’t me to say that we’re shagging.

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If Keenan has any sense he would do well to stay well clear of the undertaker.
A close friend was chatting with the undertaker recently and he was going on about the now famous hot tub. He said it cost in excess of £20k.
He went on and on and on about himself and himself and himself.
My friend bought that boasting about a hot tub at that cost in the middle of COVID-19 with many Glaswegians dying from it was very insensitive. Not at all professional.As my friend said he( the undertaker) is a complete gob.

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The undertaker was well known for lavishing hospitality on Glasgow clergy. Dinners, tables at social functions, games at Celtic Park etc etc.
Only recently he was allegedly involved in a legal dispute with a Glasgow PP.
Is this true?

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Pat, can you give me some advice? My ex is getting ordained in September and I didn’t get invited. I want to acknowledge his big day and my love for him. What can I do as I am
hurting? What type of gift is appropriate? Should I tell him that I am upset?

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It’s never too late to get married, which Darcy insists he always wanted to do. I know plenty of people of riper years who tied the knot.

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My oldest couple were 93.

Yes, it would be nice for Brian to find a woman who could cope with fame.

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8:21 The best present would be to give any evidence of this relationship to Pat and let it work itself out.

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8.21 Your ex’s gift to you is space. You’ve no idea whether ordination is going to harm him so you should ignore it.

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10.33
Sounds as if there are skeletons in the cupboard from your many former relationships.

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so he’s played you too, how come gay sems are all semen and no sense? Go to his ordination and wear purple (apparently his fav colour)

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Will Scotland ever have a Cardinal again?

Was KOB the Last Cardinal of Scotland?

How many of the eight bishops of Scotland are homosexual or active?

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6.15
His Eminence Kieth Patrick O’ Brien (Edinburgh) was the last Cardinal for Scotland prior to that it was Thomas Joseph Winning (Glasgow) and the First was Gordan Gray there is a strong possibility that Leo Cushley will be the next Cardinal of Scotland others say it will be John Keenan as it is Glasgow’s turn sadly poor Philip only had dreams of being a Cardinal.
Scotland may never get another Cardinal for such a small dot in the Universal Church

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The disgraceful Kitty O’Brien was more than likely the last Cardinal from Scotland for a long time. Let’s face it, The Holy See would be making a big mistake choosing anyone from the present gang of eejits in Scotland. But then again when you look at the present College of Cardinal’s nothing would surprise me.

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12.42
Jim S. at his usual delusional self – including random capitalization and zero punctuation.

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That’s my friend your blogging on about, I told you three years ago to move on. Go back to boiler house.

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Which ordination Cloyne, Down and Connor, Dublin, Dromore, Ferns, Cork and Ross, or UK? Please tell.

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No faith. No hope. No charity. Just blind obedience to the utterly depraved. How many souls has the church saved and how many has it utterly destroyed.

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The alleged Motherwell gay daisy chain will gradually reform again, Bp Pat, over time but with a different name, e.g., daisy ring. Or the chain gang, but I think that’s already in use in Edinburgh.

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The thought of getting to your 70s and feeling as if you’d been a failure and all the things you placed your hope in was false, that is sad.
I think that Fr Brian did do a lot of good work.
I’d say being back where you are at your most comfortable is fine as you enter old age. Especially if egos are clashing at Crossgar, you don’t need that at his stage of life. Fair comment ?

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I do wonder if the order is punishing him for revealing that he was sexually abused by an older Passionist while in formation.

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Even if the daisy chain blog achieves nothing else, the bishop’s camp name, i.e., +Betty Turpin, will go down in the annals of the blog.

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The Graan monastery is functioning well over the last few years and that’s because of the leadership of Fr. Charles Cross. He includes the other members of the community in everything. Frs. Victor, Arthur and Anthony, along with Br. Brendan are happy to be allowed exist and have a role, which wasn’t the case with Brian D’arcy’s time in charge. If either he or Gary Donegan come to the Graan as leader they will simply take over and make it all about them. Both of these men need help to deal with their narcissistic personalities. If they’re not front and centre then they simply don’t cope. They are totally unsuited to priesthood.

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There’s many a religious order like that. As recruitment became more of a problem orders have unwisely allowed more of the unsuitable to stay and so it’s worsened.

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Pat, The Friends of the Daisy Chain are delighted that you turned the spot light on to Bishop Keenan’s incompetence rather than them.
It is marvellous it moved to Bishop Keenan and a feline GOP and JB yesterday’s men with issues.

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11.02: … chains entwined in rose thorns!! A little masochism is on the cards….ask Pat!!🌹🌹🌹🌹🌹🌹🌹…

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Gay cartels/mafias/chains are a fact of life of RC clergy – Bishop Pats blog is an irritant and inconvenience because it exposes them but they are like rats they breed and prosper where there is filth and there’s plenty of that.
What will happen if Bishops Pats Blog wasn’t here – who would shine the light then?
My hope is that Pats Blog continues into perpetuity and more and more dissident clerical and lay get involved in exposing the rats on the sinking ship as they scurry off into the deep abyss.
The homosexualization of the clerical caste is a disaster but it’s not new and neither is child abuse – what’s new is it’s exposure.
I reckon many Catholic saints are homosexual – Newman (uncontestable), Bernard of Clairvaux to mention only two and homosexuals make saints of other homosexuals – it’s the biggest gay club in history!!
I personally think that celibacy, combined with homosexual clergy mixed in with child abuse won’t so much lead to the destruction of the RCC it HAS led to the destruction of the RCC – all we are seeing and will see over the next 100 years is it’s death cry – it’s like a human body riddled with an inoperable cancer – it’s terminal and fatal and the truth is a total bitch.

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09.00 am,

I too welcome Pat’s challenge to misbehaving clergy but ultimately no one has been “exposed” here. They have been given a minor scare, that’s all. Not one Daisy Chain member has been named meaning that, after some mild irritation over a few blog articles, they will just carry on as usual.

I agree with what you say regarding the terminal condition of the Church – but only the (currently) mainstream Catholic Church, which today – by design – is little more than a protestant denomination. It will indeed just fade away over the coming decades, thanks to both the never ending scandals and the slop it serves up in place of Christianity.

Will will happen, however, is the traditional Church will continue to grow to take over from what is currently mainstream. We already see futile efforts to arrest this process, such as Francis’ desperate “traditionis custodes” motu proprio.

He lied that his move was necessary due to supposed divisions, but in reality what we have is pathetic old men trying to shore up 50 years of their failed Nu-Church project. Their great hubris prevents them from acknowledging the failure and they prefer to keep running the Church into the ground, rather than to accept reality.

I suppose it cant be easy for clergy in their 70s to accept that 50-odd years of ministry has been a wasteful failure, but anyone with a hint of humility and maturity ought to be able to accept the truth.

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Uncle Jorge has abolished subsidiarity to the alarm of good bishops (and I’m not thinking about the liturgy “war”), and overturned the social teachings of the very Christ (and I’m not thinking about the sex “war”). Indeed UJ must be the Alter Christus we’ve been promised.

As long as wouldbe “catholics” fixate on sex and liturgy they will be no use to the Church Invisible.

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Gabriel Syme,
I, too, am very surprised at the enthusiasm among “the priests and laity of Scotland” who are “happy and relieved” at the commentary on this blog, albeit without the promised names being published – not intended as a criticism, because blog administrators have many things to weigh in the balance. No, my commentary is a criticism of the fast-asleep-for-far-too-long Scottish clergy and laity. They are suddenly awake, thanks to an Irish blog, when there is only ONE Catholic blog and publication in Scotland which has, for years now, been trying to waken up their sleepy heads. It doesn’t occur to them to check out Catholic Truth? Why? Because the administrator is a woman? Because the bloggers at Catholic Truth, generally speaking, attend the Traditional Latin Mass – you know, the Mass which the saints and martyrs attended? What then? It’s really mind-boggling.
“Happy and relieved” was certainly not the reaction when I DID publish names of priests engaged in the “gay” scene some years ago – every one of whom has left the priesthood. I was labelled “judgmental” (among other things), had a hate campaign mounted against me by those involved, and if I sound a tad miffed, well, can you believe it. I had to make the police aware of what was going on and dear old Ronnie Convery assured the cops that he would “have a word” (with the clergy involved) since the archdiocese didn’t want to give Catholic Truth any publicity. Hilarious. Note, note because no priest should be harassing any lay person like that, but to deprive us of publicity. Truly, you could not make this stuff up.
So, I’m just thrilled to bits that the priests and laity of Scotland are now happy and relieved, despite not having a single name to put to any of the claims. Again, this is not intended as a criticism of Pat Buckley, it’s just little short of hilarious to witness the apparent glee and compare it to the reaction to my reports some years back. You don’t think it’s anything to do with me being a mere woman, do you? Latin Mass? Not being a “Miss World” look-a-like?
Nor was “happy and relieved” the reaction of the “priests and laity” in Scotland when Father Matthew Despard published HIS book, giving names and identities of homosexually active clergy in Scotland. He was dragged through the courts and is still suspended from priestly ministry.
So, forgive me for not being thrilled to bits at the news of a Scottish Catholic community “happy and relieved” that you have published the news, hidden in plain sight, that we have a sexually promiscuous clergy in Scotland – with some laudable exceptions. Shucks. We never know what a new day will bring, do we…

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Patricia, after some more corroboration I intend to publish every name.

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3.27
Patricia is not a preacher of the Gospel. There’s no serenity behind anything she writes. It died sound as if there’s a drivenness behind her posts. I pray that she will rest in peace in this life and long before she dies.

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The Editor, Patricia, does brilliant work but she hasn’t yet got the fame – his enemies would say notoriety – of Bishop P, honed through years of journalism, activism and showstopping clashes with Cahal Daly. Pat scares the bishops because they are clericalists to the core so don’t care about what a layperson writes, and even less so about what a woman of traditional outlook writes.

Pat also knows a lot of people in Irish clerical circles and is tough-skinned enough to plough on despite incessant abuse directed at him. I’d say his biggest achievement to date was to clean up Maynooth and to force weak bishops such as Noel Treanor, Eamon Martin, Dermo Martin, Denis Nulty and Tom Deenihan to deal with “wanting to have it all” priests. He is still chipping away at the OCSOs and now the Scots priests, who have had it too good for too long. The whole Basil Hume approach of “be careful, Father, don’t get caught” has been smashed by Pat Buckley.

But CTS deserves every credit for what it has done too, for example in supporting Fr Despard to shed light on very murky affairs and in trying to halt the ordination of that Westminster pretty boy.

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@3:27 I think the approach to you and your blog would be the same if you spent every Sunday morning banging a tambourine and doing the enneagram – it’s the exposure that’s the problem.

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To the Editor of CTS
Patricia, I share most, if not all of your outlook and would like to add comments on your blog but don’t because there are too many hoops to go through, with registration etc. You are of course perfectly entitled to run your blog however you wish, but the free and easy, sometimes anarchic, open nature of Pat’s blog makes it easier to comment on his blog. This is not a criticism of either of you, simply an observation.
I also should acknowledge that Pat is generous in that he has put up conservative comnents by me that are likely to be far from Pat’s own outlook, so I thank him for that.

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Brave? Don’t talk a load of tripe, Bp Pat. She is the type of person who denounced homosexuals during the Hitler era in Germany.

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I would be far more bothered that people like JP2, Theresa and Josemaria Escriva are saint, and the attitude of cruelty that canonises than the others. Neither Newman nor Bernard of Clairvaux would have been seen as gay at the time they lived, because the idea of a sexual orientation didn’t exist.
Yes Bernard’s letters come across as gay now, as do Newman’s friendships.
The more problematic of the two would be Newman to my mind because of being canonised in an age where his behaviour would have raised questions – certainly about his suitability to seminary.
Even more problematic is the way he held grudges – that’s not heroic virtue.

Perhaps I should say I think your analysis of the church’s future is spot on.

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This is the first reply button available for me to reply to bishoppat @ 3.31pm.
I don’t mean to add to the pressure on your to publish the names. I am simply open-mouthed at the reaction of Scottish priests and laity (I’d love to know THEIR names!) who welcome the information you have published. They would hang me out to dry if I published those same names, believe me.
Do take comfort from the fact though, that (as you have already discovered via the Bishop Keenan threat) the legal threats seldom, if ever, come to anything.
One of the priests who was either named by Fr Despard or identifiable from what Fr D had written, publicly threatened (from his pulpit) to take Fr Despard to court. He didn’t. Those guilty of these sins don’t really want them aired in any court of law.
I have indicated in our September newsletter (shortly to be despatched) that there IS much scandal looming, and that I plan to report on this in our next newsletter (November).
Talk about being behind the times…

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Shortage of reply buttons, so this is a response to those kind people who have generously praised my unworthy self. However, I really do not want (let alone, merit) praise.
Thank you, too, bishoppat but I’m far from brave.
I won’t go into the details of how it came about that I published the names of some sexually active priests some years ago – long story, no point now anyway, since they’re gone to their various new professions, which don’t prohibit involvement in the LGBT+ lifestyle. Suffice to say, I did not undertake the task with enthusiasm – merely with a sense of duty, but, to be honest, I’m not sure it made any difference. I don’t think the laity care much any more. The Faith (and morals) have been so dumbed-down now, that I honestly doubt if there are many who care if their priests are sexually active, whether with men or women. I really do mean that. It’s not the possibility of court action that would bother me now, either – again, I don’t think the clergy would bother – but this kind of “fraternal correction” makes life unpleasant in many other ways. One of the most ironic situations was when I was presented with clear evidence that a top (lay) official within the archdiocese of Glasgow was involved in an extra-marital affair. I was deeply concerned that his wife may not know about it and that our reports could destroy his family. I went through the process, having really made the decision, back of my mind, not to report it for the sake of his family, when he sent me a flurry of legal letters. One to every imaginable address he could find for me. Receiving the letters almost made me reverse my decision NOT to publish. I came very close to publishing. I was so disgusted with him (he’s well known as a nasty piece of work) that I even ditched Plan B which was to assure him that I wouldn’t publish, at least for now, if he would assure me that he would put an end to the affair. In the end, I just let it go, clear in the knowledge that he knows that I know that he knows that I know what he is really like. If you get my drift. The “other woman” was not happy with me, at all. Between “gays” and “mistresses”, I’m not a popular gal, at all, at all…
To the Anonymous who thinks there are too many hoops to jump through to get onto our blog. Can’t see why. It’s WordPress like this one, so same registration system – in fact, if you’re already registered with WP you should have no hoops to jump through at all. However, if you mean that you don’t like our system of discussing topics in a kind of systematic way, that’s a pity, but the reason Pat Buckley can allow open discussion here is because, well (there’s no easy way to say this) there really only IS one topic here, as far as I can tell – homosexuality in various guises and contexts. Each to his own, I say…
Happy St Patrick’s Day when it comes, folks!

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Crossgar was supoosed to be closed about five years ago but they got cold feet. Most of the Graan, which had been the novitiate back in the hated pre-conciliar days when they had novices, is leased to a privately run nursing home which is independent of the Passionists. The CPs live in a much smaller modern extension on the side.

The real loot is in Mt Argus, which is a site worth millions.

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Most of the land around Mount Argus was sold off for € millions in the last 10 years.
The house itself was sold in 2019 for €4m and is to be converted into 32 apartments. Such is how the pre-conciliar patrimony is sold off, while the few religious left clinging to the wreckage laugh all the way to the bank.
No wonder Darcy drives a Merc, his vow of poverty notwithstanding.
https://www.irishtimes.com/business/commercial-property/mount-argus-monastery-sells-for-more-than-4m-1.3821681

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In 2008 the CPs sold some of the land at Mount Argus for €18-20 million. Their website still has a big “donations” button. I must do a spreadsheet of the sums raised in Ireland by all the sell-offs of land and buildings by the religious orders. Nobody knows where they money went or what it’s used for. I don’t think the laity saw any of it. It’s a pity journalists don’t take more of an interest in the fact that a few old priests and nuns suddenly have millions in the bank.

https://m.independent.ie/business/irish/harolds-cross-site-sells-for-in-excess-of-18m-26445830.html

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But surely the Passionists have a limited shelf life in the Graan (and Crossgar for that matter) ? They can’t keep those huge buildings going.

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Crossgar was due to close about 6 years ago but they got cold feet. Most of the Graan is leased to a private nursing home. The CPs live in a small modern extension on the side.
The really valuable property is Mt Argus.

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The only order I know of which actually lives in poverty is the sisters of the immaculate in Cornwall. Even the order doesn’t own property.

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Newman was canonised by an old, cat loving, , piano playing, effeminate Queen – it took one to canonise one.
Newman was a Benedict gay vanity project – history will laugh at its obviousness.
Just like Gorgeous George is his live in eye candy and ‘helping hand.’’
What you think George is dedicating his life selflessly to the care of an old man?
It’s a love in and George will be his literary and legal executor with all the financial benefits than will bring!!

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10.33: You are misleading and misinformed about monies received by religious orders for sale of land. Many of the bigger religious orders with high elderly members have a duty of care towards them. The older buildings were unsuitable with HIQUA requirements, thus the necessity to redesign older buildings or build new ones. All perfectly right, just and acceptable. Having worked with 3 female orders of teaching and nursing sisters, all monies received are being given to various funds for their apostolates of teaching and nursing. Some of the monies have been used to fund mission projects- schools, medical facilities, homes – which these 3 orders are involved with in India, Africa, Chile. The huge financial requirements to assist and help with these necessary projects are possible through the same of land and properties. I also know as chairperson of schools that the orders who are trustees have contributed huge amounts for the ongoing development of and building of extra resources for their schools. I know of no sister religious who has ever extravagantly spent money on themselves out of such acquired monies. One order of sisters helped build 3 schools in the Sudan for girls who until 15 years ago were not allowed to have any education. Now there are almost over 1,200 girls receiving the great gift of education, even up to 3rd level, all made possible through the same of lands…Perhaps when you research you will find that some religious orders have established social outreach initiatives for the homeless, those who haven’t finished education, those who are drug addicts, alcoholics and refugees. Search honestly and I hope I’m not sensing a hint of begrudgery.

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HIQUA is an export company in Indonesia.
I think you mean HIQA.
I think you will also find that HIQA exists to improve service providers: as in private life caring for old people in their own homes isn’t in the same ballpark.
I sense a hint of fuckoffery about what the holy religious with their vow of poverty do with their huge amount of dosh.

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11.30: You’re an idiot. A silly begrudger. You are brainless about the topic you raised. Go and research and come back when you find the TRUTH. Where the f**k do morons like you come from?

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What about the tiny Canonesses of St Augustine, who are getting £30m from the sale of More House in London, a property associated with the current Dean of Portstewart and sometime Dean of Belfast? Where will that money go?

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I wouldn’t want to get into a hot tub with The Undertakerhttps://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Undertaker

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I see one of his names is The Master of Pain. You may not get into the tub with him but I’m sure many a priest would like that.

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2.31: MYOB.. I’m certain you didn’t contribute a penny to the Augustinians…”You people”, as Hyacinth Bucket would say……”You people” should shut up!!

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Excuse me, I know all about the Canonesses. My wife and mother-in-law went to their fee-paying school in St Leonards-on-Sea. The school and convent are long gone but a few of the old nuns still live there. The Canonesses were one of those snooty orders with an Upstairs/Downstairs life, where Irish skivvy lay sisters waited hand, foot and finger on the so-called choir nuns, many of them French, who taught, not the poor, but the children of those who could afford the fees.

The few remaining nuns are burning through the inheritance at the rate of £400k a year, with no income coming in, so every year or so they sell a property to get by for another while.

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Funny the clergy get even more aerated when you ask where the money goes, than they do when you say Magna Carta.

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I adore the wee priest Fr.Brian. He reminds me of many things, his smile is like the smile of an Embalmed Egyptian Pharaoh, his breath reminds me of the scent of a wheelie bin on a very hot July day that was un emptied for a month. His Ego leaves the Liar Thrump and the loon Kim Jung-un in the shade or as the great Will Shakespear wrote in prophesy
Shall I compare thee to a Miserable wet day?
Thou art more wet pissy and damp.
Rough winds are the farts from you on Christmas Day,
And summer’s lease hath all too short a date as the undertakers await my call about you..
Sometime too hot the eye of heaven shines, as you stare weirdly at some pretty boy
And often is his gold complexion dimmed by rage and not winning most popular priest award again;
And every fair fake smile of botox sometime declines,
By chance, or nature’s changing course, untrimmed; as you look more and more like an dried up embalmed pharaoh’s corpse.
But thy eternal summer shall not fade,
Nor lose possession of that fair thou ow’st,
Nor shall death brag thou wand’rest in his shade,
When in eternal lines to Time thou grow’st.
So long as men can breathe, or eyes can see,
So long lives this, and this gives life to thee. You will be remembered as a total fraud, not a man, not a priest, not even a decent human being. Just a big auld wrinkled ego.

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5.08: You should be grateful your wife and her mother got a good education from the nuns. What’s your beef? Well done to the savvy sisters for selling what they no longer require and taking care of the elderly sisters. I presume you’ll be looking after mumsy in law!!

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9.27, 10.30, 10.35, 11.03, 11.35 WOW you and your friends must feel so jilted by J.S. as it looks like your heartbroken the constant times you say J.S. so move on with your life.
You have got over Magna so get over J.S.
What a stalker you must be and it shows daily just like you used to do to Magna.
You and Bill the new stalkers back from the grave next it will be MMM

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I will be as overly familiar with you as I chose Mr Mulv-nihil. You haven’t changed one iota since I observed you from Junior House mincing around Maynooth – a fey little fop, a vicious little queen, all long coats and scarves, Forty Coats wouldn’t be in it – snarling your vitriol through your little gritted teeth.

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What’s that about coming back from the grave? The rumours aren’t true – I was definitely straight. You should have a look at Fr Faber though. 😉

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Get a grip Jim S, nobody feels jilted by you, you’re just so obvious with all the ill-informed trash you give out. You are instantly recognizable as the Gossip of all Gossips. Is English your first language?

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1.58
Of Course English is my First language
True Catholicism is my Life and my upbringing and that is how I try to live the Gospel and serve His vineyard in my own humble way guided by the Holy Spirit.
I try and live the humble life just like my Star did St. Francis of Assisi
However the Beatitudes is easy to follow in humble service.
it is not me who gives out the information but Bishops Pat’s many bloggers
Saint Rose of Lima pray for you as I offer up the Mass today for you.

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Isn’t Bishop William Kenny a Passionist? Isn’t Dominic Barberi a Passionost?
They must have a bob or two as canonisation requires the big bucks!

Wonder why Kenny was moved from Stockholm to Brum?

What’s his story – he seemed to dodge a few bullets during IICSA enquiry but Quigley was on his watch – was posh house in Oxfordshire the price of Omertà in this case.

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12.16
Bishop William Kenny was the General Councillor for the Passionists Community before being made Bishop and now retired.

He certainly dodged a few bullets at the IICSA but he was working under Vinnie.

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4.13
Could not be further from the TRUTH I have no idea who Bishop Buckley is speaking about however One thing I do know is that I am loyal to Holy Mother church and everything will be kept inhouse.

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The best thing Fr Charles did was abolishing the serving of cups of tea in the pews during the Graan novena services. Not afterwards, but during.

It was so cringe seeing Darcy run about with a big teapot.

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At the best of times, the new Mass is a performance centred on the priest as host/compere/entertainer – hence “that was a lovely Mass, Father”. Darcy, however, took it to a new level in the Graan.
Entering through the crowds, he smiled, nodded and pointed at favourites, like Bill Clinton coming into a Democrat convention.
Eschewing the chasuble (the symbol of charity) but keeping the stole (the symbol of authority), Brian declines to use the Benedict translation. Mass belongs to Brian, after all.
At the words of institution, he leans over, lowers his voice and slows down to a snail’s pace and puts on a sincere, strange quasi-operatic voice. It’s a total performance and his groupies love it.
For the homily he serves up a mix of heresy, folk wisdom and showband anecdotes, with a bit of name-dropping too.
Brian doesn’t have a sacristy. He has a green room and the sanctuary is his stage.

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I do be having spiritual orgasms when he celebrates mass. He is just wonderful, even if he looks like Pharaoh Thutmose IV. I defy anyone of you haters to deny that there is a striking similarity between our Brian and the mummified corpse of Thutmose IV

God bless all embalmers, especially the ones who will have to work on our Brian

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Daisy Chains Thissle Balis more like As for Fr Brian Moves should be based on ministry and charisms not politics and bitchiness

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1.46pm
Their like the Nazis – I was following orders – if he had dodged some bullets I hope what goes around comes around and they come and bite him on the arse.
As I say I’m sure IICSA resulted in a promotion or two for keeping stum and playing ball and an open tenure on a property of choice – a well over £500,000 property in leafy Oxfordshire for Kenny with a ‘housekeeper’ to wash his dirty underpants!!

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I don’t understand the fascination with Fr D’Arcy. His various appearances on radio and television are characterised by an attempt to be novel and refreshing, I have to say I find priests who talk as he does to be anything but. The main party piece he and others pull out of the bag is celibacy. It is fair enough to wonder if the church should return to the earlier practice about admitting already married men to Holy Orders. However I find this whinging about wanting to have a family etc. to be most tiresome as the commitment to celibacy was no secret and was freely undertaken. Would it not be far more edifying and indicative of a life of service to bear the sacrifice with a dignified patience.

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Not sure how brave Miss McKeever is: she uses correspondents with fake identities to solicit information. Not sure how much ‘Truth’ is involved there! If I were you, I’d think twice about giving such praise to the Sugar Plum Fairy – Karma’s a, well, not a nice lady! (p.s. no point in her denying it, should she wish to. The evidence speaks for itself.)

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On the topic of yesterday, I’m glad to hear of the Scottish priest’s delight. Hypocrites must be exposed and they must catch themselves on. As always, I have sympathy for the LGBT community in committed relationships who feel shunned by the Church.
My time in the blog wilderness is something like a Lenten journey.
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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