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PHONSIE – THE A LA CARTE BISHOP 🥵

ANGRY PHONSIE is AGAINST yoga, anti-cancer treatments for girls and government regulations on Covid protections.

ANGRY PHONSIE is FOR protecting the Boilerhouse abbot of Mount Melleray and for starting confirmations and holy communion services being held against government guidelines.

Rawhide and Phonsie

ANGRY PHONSIE’S STATEMENT:

The battle between Church and State continues as Bishop of Waterford and Lismore, Alphonsus Cullinan announced his intention to proceed with the sacraments of Communion and Confirmation in the coming weeks. At present, the Covid-19 regulation state, “ It is advised that religious ceremonies such as Baptisms, First Holy Communions, and Confirmations should not take place at this time.” Places of worship currently remain open for services for up to 50 attendees.

In a statement released last weekend, Bishop Cullinan said “as a Bishop, I must take into consideration: spiritual health and physical health.” He said that with “thousands being officially allowed at sporting events”, he can see no reason for the sacraments not to proceed.

Hitting out at NPHET and the government, Bishop Cullinan said the communication from them “leaves a great deal to be desired” where celebrating the sacraments is concerned.

He has officially sanctioned parishes and priests within his Diocese to proceed with the celebration of communion and confirmation from mid-August.

(News and Star, Waterford)

PHONSIE’S CONFIRMATIONS IN TRAMORE THIS WEEKEND.

Phonsie in an a la carte bishop.

Challenges the moral issues he feels like challenging and ignores the issues that don’t suit his agenda.

Typical RC bishop.

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104 replies on “PHONSIE – THE A LA CARTE BISHOP 🥵”

Why can cinemas, pubs, restaurants and theatres open, and big university lecture theatres, and Leo Vardakar attend a private party organised by Katherine Zappone, the former children’s minister, before she was nominated as a United Nations envoy.

The function at the Merrion hotel in Dublin took place on Wednesday, July 21, six days before Zappone was nominated.

Yet we are not supposed to have confirmations? Where is the consistency?

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Possibly that the church has cost numerous governments hassle and money… All the political parties are pro choice also, they won’t be bullied by some Bishop
Catholic Church means fk all to An Taoiseach etc.. Its of no use to him or his type or many of their constituents
This isn’t 1950..FFS

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The Fonz needs to sort out his bare backing abbot as he is a walking public health liability. He’s probably riddled with god knows what…

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11.21 Is that you Rawhide? Will you be partying on the 25th? Be careful in the devil’s triangle in Kildare…

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What’s on the 25th that Rawhide will be attending? The Devil’s Triangle in Kildare? A musical instrument? In Maynooth perhaps?

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12:55 on the 25th there is a gay orgy with satanic overtones taking place near Athy. The devil’s triangle in Kildare is an area encompassing portlaoise, Kildare and Athy. It contains a number of people and sites associated with satanic practices. Emo in Co.Laois is one, Moore abbey another. It’s predominantly in Kildare but also parts of laois.

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2:52 There were nearly 60 last time. It was on the feast of the assumption. I believe it’s quite a money-spinner.

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No one as its all a load of cobblers designed to cause curiousity for pervs created by a perv.

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+Pat, today your blog is eloquently demonstrating the hypocrisy of the Bishop of Waterford. He thinks he is above the law, and nothing would give me greater pleasure for him to be prosecuted for violating Covid-19 restrictions. If he wants to show real moral leadership he could start by cleaning up his own patch. Removing the faculties of “Bareback Purcell” in the Diocese of Waterford & Lismore would be a positive first step. Then, he could opine on his pet topics, and then he might even have some credibility. Hypocrisy, thy name is: Bishop Alphonsus Cullinan

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@10:46pm
I think you should add Leonie Vardakar to the list of hypocrites, she thinks it’s alright for her to attend functions. But denies the right of children to receive the Sacraments. …🤨

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8.56: You mean Gaylila Varadkar – he sure is a hypocrite and has barrels of arrogance. Thinks he’s above everyone, especially those who don’t get up early and commute long hours to work. He, hypocrite Gaylila, is chauffeured everywhere and doesn’t have to worry about commuting. What a parallel world he lives in!

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Phonsie’s an ignorant, angry twat, who appears to be against most things, if they don’t suit his agenda. So, I do wonder why he wants to protect a barebacking, raw anal sex, peppered, hypocritical, self-indulgent abbot like the “Do you want it up your arse” Purcell guy ?

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Phonsie said he had never seen an exorcism himself. “But I have certainly felt the presence of evil,” perhaps he is standing too close to rawhide above.

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Phonsie says : ‘Does our promiscuous attitude to sexual behaviour bring true happiness? And the reckless partying and porn? I see so many young lives being ruined’.
Reference
https://www.irishtimes.com/news/health/catholic-bishop-claims-cervical-cancer-vaccine-only-70-safe-1.3235705
Would Phonsie be happy if one of his subordinates attended parties where porn was being watched and a dark room where bareback sex was encouraged? Answers on a postcard please…..

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There is mixed feelings. Many fully agree with him while others dont think very much of him, more over some of the priests who do not currently have a parish ministry.

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I see the Government of the Irish (Banana) Republic asked the Primate of all Ireland to give land away to allow them build houses. This is a bit rich as the Government outsource social services to McVerry, Simon etc. If the Government did not let their mates in America create jobs for themselves maybe they would have the tax payers money to buy land. I hope the Bishops say no or at least as diocesan level say no.

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12.13: Your brain is the size of a stamp or even smaller!! What a stupid question. Of course the Bishop would be (and is ) appalled at priests living wayward lives, totally against priesthood and Christian morality. Society today is too individualistic and creates a “me first” and a “do what I like” philosophy. children are receiving confusing messaging about their gender, sexuality and relationships. Stop lying.

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7:48 why is he covering up for one of his subordinates who is doing exactly that. And why your childlike response to my rhetorical question, ie brain the size of a stamp jibe? Ask Phonsie why one of his guys regularly attends a gay orgy where all these activities are available.

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11.12
Can you have the balls to the this Priest that you state Bishop Cullinane is covering up for NO ONE.
So please state this Priests name.
Or is your Brain the size of a stamp as Bishop Cullinane has no control over Abbot Purcell as he is not in a Diocesan Church or Chapel.bishop@waterfordlismore.ie
He is waiting to apply Canon Law to the alleged member of his Diocesan team that you state is not living to his Priestly vows.

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Phonsie can remove Purcells faculties in the Diocese of Waterford.

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2:39 it’s easy to hide behind an anonymous tag and say someone’s brain is the size of a stamp!! You don’t know me. Rawhide, sissylad, Jayray etc, all hang around together but should not be so free in what they say online. I will meet you if you wish but I bet you are a coward. The Gardai have been notified of anything illegal, a file was sent to Archbishop of Dublin detailing desecration of Altars in Dublin churches.

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Nothing is more injurious to the progress of the world than judgments formed on the more fleeting glances which we obtain of the public life of any man.
What counts is what he is at home when the mask has fallen off. A German saying has it: Strass-Engel; Haus-Teufel ( “Street, angel; house, devil”).
In the case of some of the blog’s subjects it is a case of: Altar-Angel; Boilerhouse-Devil.

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Sr Vincent, the redoubtable Infirmarian in Maynooth in the 80s, used to say “bed linen to altar linen, Father?” to any of the young postgrad priests from the Dunboyne Establishment who arrived late to say morning Mass for the nuns in the infirmary. In those days the expression wasn’t loaded with the meaning it might have if it were uttered today.

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Ahh the famous Sr Vincent. She was gas all together and when she teamed up with Regis they were dynamite.

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11.22
Are you sure? Sr Vincent was as shewd and incisive as they come….

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You’re right, William, she was as shrewd and as sharp as a tack, and somewhat inscrutable too, so she may well have had various meanings in mind. The “bed linen to altar linen” wiscrack might be one of many apocryphal tales students told about her. I had to get my knee dressed night after night in the infirmary for a week, and I was disappointed that she didn’t come out with the immortal line “drop ’em”, which you will recall was the irreverent nickname students gave her.
I always used to look at her sitting at the back of the college chapel on Saturday evenings and wonder what she thought of all her young patients.

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Pat
What are your thoughts on the recent ordination photos? Abbot Richard Purcell, Rev. Stephen Wilson, Fr. John Acton, Mark Moriarty and Ronan Sheehan were all present. It is reported that they all stayed in a local hotel. How deep does this network go? Why was Purcell there? So many questions to be asked.

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11:24 you seem very angry. Perhaps some meditation might help? Oh sorry, Phonsie doesn’t like that either.

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Indeed. Hotels aren’t Purcell’s preferred location. Gay saunas and woods in Kildare are more his thing. A hotel room would be a bit too classy.

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9.34: What are your conspiracy theories, big brat? What’s wrong with you? Go out and look after the homeless. You are a waster.

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Why do people keep inflicting Mary McAleese on us?!
She must have been irked by the bishop’s comment in the preceding year, that the likes of her should go to confession for voting in favour of abortion.

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10.48: The auld hag, Mary Mac can’t keep her mouth shut. She’s a total bore and stridently aggressive.

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She may be, but she’s an intellectual giant.

You are stridently aggressive, too, Bella, but a dunce.

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Total victimisation of Bishop Cullinane maybe because he will be taking no action against Abbot Purcell after all Religious is the responsibility of their order and straight to the Holy See.
Confirmation are being held in most dioceses of Ireland starting tonight.
it is just the Northern Bishops do not have any balls .
Bishop Cullinane may go to parishes and confer the holy Sacrament of Confirmation on the Children who are desperate to receive the Sacrament unlike the Archbishop of Dublin who has delegated it to the Parish Priest.
So it is now 50% of capacity for funerals and Weddings so why not First Communions / Eucharist and Confirmations.

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Communions and Confirmations were taking place in other parts of the country last week. We’ve had an Episcopal Ordination and a Deaconite Ordination in the last week. All in line with the 50% capacity.
For Communions last week, the child’s parents, grandparents and godparents were allowed to attend. I heard of one church that had First Holy Communion in morning, swiftly followed by a funeral waiting to get in and then a Confirmation waiting to get in after that. Busy day!

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What secrets is Phonsie hiding?
Behind doctrinal, moral, social and personal rigidity and a black and binary view of the world often lurks a double life/a secret or an something occult and hidden.
This much I know – this kind of rigidity and moral certainty in ones own view, whatever that may be, leads to a crash and burn, sooner or later.

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12.31: In what academic research, psychologically or psychiatrically has enabled you to draw these definitive conclusions? Some people are very definite in their beliefs. Strong. Convinced. Sincere. To call this “rigidity” is unjust. People like Bishop Cullinan are rooted in their Catholic beliefs, morality and principles. I call that radical, courageous and commendable. I don’t believe all his views but I listen and learn. You should do the same.

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1.02pm. A priest who has climbed to the top of the greasy pole and plotted and schemed to be pope is a fine one to talk about clericalism.

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Oscar Wilde speaking of his own Tradition wrote that ; a Bishop says at 70 what he was taught at 17. The very same in the RCC tradition usually….
A Bishop in the RCC is always strong with the weak and weak with the strong: the reason despite all to the contrary some are still standing ( “ good standing “😂)

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12.36
You are an apologist for Opus Dei. Phonsie is an embarrassment to the other Irish bishops. Just look at the interview with Eamon and Diarmuid Martin in Maynooth in 2017 in the aftermath of his vaccine and sexual promiscuity comments. Their body language and tone say it all.

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Phonsie is just like another politics- do as I say BUT not as I do(re Purcell and others as well).
Nearly every Bishop or cardinal or Pope is a politican in any way shape or form.
laity donate money when bishops don’t answer back to them re scandals.??
Simple solution is this – to withhold monies or stop donating until they change their behaviour.

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1.56

Waterford and Lismore as well as one of the prelates you name are paid up members of Hopelessness Days…. And quite a few that would raise an eyebrow or two…. Donal O Cuilleanain was very busy in his time…. Squad car ing around the island… their network is still extensive from Cork to Derry and Galway to Dublin….

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1.56: Your point being…?? That I am an Opus Dei apologist? Why wouldn’t I be: I’m a priest and called to do the Opus Dei (Work of God)!! That’s my ministry. Stupid, aren’t you?

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9.14
Not at all. I’ll tell you what the point is. If, as you concede, you are an apologist for the INSTITUTION Opus Dei (It’s tactless to state the obvious, but I’m spelling it out to avoid any and all doubt.) then whatever comes out of your mouth will be, as has proved to be the case here, tendentious damage limitation and propaganda on the matter under discussion. No genuinely Catholic priest is called to perform such a role. I notice Escriva’s name in the roll of honour on today’s blog.

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Phonsie’s big act in the Maynooth Song Contest was to sing Frank Sinatra’s “My Way”, which I suppose could even be his unofficial motto.

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9.54: Are you Magna? I am a Diocesan priest. Never had or want to have any association with the Prelature of Opus Dei. However, as I said, by the ministry I take on as a priest, I am called to do the work of God – “Opus Dei”!! Perhaps if I simply used the latin phrase ‘opus dei’ (from my Latin days) you’d understand more intelligently. You’re the tendentious and vexatious one. I admire Bishop Cullinan but I don’t always agree with his views. You don’t do irony of humour!! 😂🤣😁😃🤣

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I wonder how Bella excuses his foul language, his vile comments in relation to the Pope and other commenters on the one hand, and on the other, his self-styled devotion to the missal of Pope St Pius V.

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@1:52pm
Oh! do shut up, you’re such a bore altogether, my language when referring to pope humble is no worse than any other poster on here. So do wan ya ould wagon, hope that’s foul enough for you,bad ‘cess to ya!

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5.05
You referred to a poster yesterday as a b****x and to Pope Francis some days in the same way.
That language of the gutter, combined with an interest in the Mass of Pope Saint Pius V reveals you for who you are.

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12.36pm
No need to qualify as am merely echoing Pope Francis’ view that behind clerical rigidity often lurks a double life or internal conflict of one kind or another.
Examples abound:
KOB
Marcial Macial
Pope John Paul II
Escriva
Phonsie
Wacky views on anti vaxing is insane and clearly he’s protecting Purcell.
Your confusing conviction with rigidity.
Take yourself for example – your view of Phonsie is rigid – your v likely a cleric and your mindset (rigidity) is closed to the idea that Phonsies so called clarity is actually confused and misplaced.
Rigidity is a motif of Pope Francis’ pontificate – just Google it and you nev r know you might change your mind!!

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“Rigidity” is a favourite buzzword/insult deployed by Mr Bergoglio in his demoralising speeches to priests and sems. What does that bit of jargon actually mean? Please don’t use more jargon in any replies.

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1.38
‘Demoralising speeches’ such as his identification of the sins of clericalism and of the Roman curia? What other pope had the courage to do anything remotely comparable? He upset some. But they needed it.

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He was skilled in rigidity himself until his dispatch to the desert 🐪 before becoming a Bishop… an expert on breaking the crushed reed at that stage …. Not wanted in community life like many of his kind to be found in diocesan life that they never signed up to…. Rigid Bergoglio with no tolerance for 100 s of years of Tridentine tradition….

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2.41
Yes. True. He was rigid as a young Provincial superior in the Agentina of his youth. And he saw the results of rigidity. He’s to be admired for reflecting on his experience and for moving on in a different direction.
The Tridentine folk who rallied to the flag, mostly in the US, used it as a locus and badge of opposition to the Second Vatican Council. So they left a decisive leader with little choice.

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1.38pm

I hate jargon and buzz words too and I’ll do my utmost not to use them – they do grate don’t they.
All jargon aside – if an encounter with God who is mercy is your thing and being merciful your vocation both as a joy filled evangelist and someone reluctant to judge – I mean who am I to judge a gay person – and believes that synodality and avoiding spiritual Alzheimer’s the goal of our pilgrimage then let’s go together out to the margins.

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Thanks to Vatican II, it is easy to maintain social distancing in churches, convents, monasteries and seminaries. Big buildings with not many people in them.

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Bishops are not infrequently tone deaf in the things they say. The altitude from they speak must hinder their powers of perception. I actually agree with +Phonsie, not for any theological reasons though, rather the memory of having to do yoga in 6th year P.E for a few weeks. Not my ideal mid Monday morning activity 😅🤣🤣

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Nostra aetate: “The Catholic Church rejects nothing that is true and holy in these religions. She regards with sincere reverence those ways of conduct and of life, those precepts and teachings, which though different in many aspects from the ones she holds and sets forth, nonetheless often reflect a ray of truth which enlightens all men.”
Someone has to do more than a sign of the cross to become Catholic. It’s a bit far fetched to suggest that doing some physical movements through yoga makes someone Hindu. Namaste! 🙏☮️
PAX

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I’d love to become a bishop, if only to find what happens during the week-long course in the Vatican that all new bishops attend.

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They are given many bits of advice about when staying in Rome. One is the best restaurants to dine at who will give them preferential treatment.

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The real stuff happens on the Thursday afternoon……there is no written manual or directives written for an RCC bishop……why ? That tells the observer quite a lot ……so the Thursday afternoon when the gloves come off!

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So what happens on the Thursday afternoon part of the course for new bishops?

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I hope you have something lined up for us for the weekend, Bp Pat, something a bit special. New strange goings-on, for example, or failing that the complete medical history of the +Aul Doll would be fascinating.

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Julie Morris, Church of England School headteacher arrested and charged over rape allegations of 13 year old child - Diocese of Liverpoolsays:

“Primary school deputy head suspended after facilitation of child rape charges.”
Ms Julie Morris, who works at St. George’s Central Church of England Primary School in Tyldesley, Wigan, has been charged by Greater Manchester Police with aiding and abetting the rape of a girl under 13 and inciting sexual activity with a child under 13.
The Anglican Diocese, St. James House, has been contacted for an update.
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https://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/crime/wigan-school-deputy-suspended-child-rape-b1917747.html?amp
* The Independent 9 September 2021

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Only RC abuse is of interest or concern to blog readers so kindly desist from talking about other denominations.

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The Salvation Army have escaped what they are deserving of in Australia for decades now in terms of the sexual abuse within their organisation : for one reason; the fortune they contribute in advertising to media outlets. That is to say nothing of their practice, now ended, of using the homeless to remove asbestos from many of their properties over time…some time ago now. Big bucks brings protection…

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A primary school teacher from Canon Paul Nener’s old parish school, St. James the Great, Haydock, was accused by a child in the 1990s of “touching him.”
I’m not sure whether Elizabeth was ever arrested, but we were told the parents were furious. Social services may have been informed, but not sure about the Police. People say things were “different” in them days, what on earth that even means I’ll never know.
Canon Nener, by his own account, was in a relationship with a 17 year old boy. Canon Paul Nener was infatuated with the boy, and apparently he had to move out of the parish to prevent being harished any further.
Paul Nener still has pictures of the child in his house to this day.
It turned out there was no relationship at all, Nener just told people they were in a relationship! Nener was obsessive and infatuation an over the poor boy.
The boy is now a man and happily married with children – however Nener insists the wife “broke them up” and still keeps the pictures. One of which is in a framed in a silver frame.
It’s all very frightening when you analyse these behaviours and infatuations. Very frightening. It’s always the victims who get hurt when these crimes occur – and this is certainly the case when Bishops cover up and abuse their power and privilege to hound Victims and use Victim Blaming tactics.
Canon Paul Nener certainly does keep in with a worrisome crowd… x
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https://www.lancashiretelegraph.co.uk/news/5840119.head-teacher-jailed-molesting-boy/

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They say he was once a bright young thing, Bp Pat, who had been so willowy but now grossly overweight.

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