The life and death of Father Lomasney was sad.
I hope he is now finding the happiness that eluded him for so long.
He obviously had a major struggle with alcohol for many years.
His actions on the altar in Kildorery also show that he had a major struggle with sexuality too – something that was probably made worse by his drinking.
Heavy drinking and immune illnesses make people more vulnerable to bronchopneumonia
He died in the Parochial House in Doneraile where he was staying with the PP, Fr Crowley.
The bishop, Crean, has trying to deflect from the whole situation by pretending the altar pictures were photoshopped.
They were not!
And apparently he never even went to Kildorrery to reconsecrate the altar and church.
THE KILDARE GAY SATANIC SET
There is an increasing concern that Michael Lomasney was involved with the Kildare gay Satanic set where a younger man is called the “Agnus Dei” (Lamb of God) and forced to drink bodily fluids from chalices 😱
THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN CATHOLIC AND ROMAN CATHOLIC.
By ~ Fr Evans Ishiekwene
Roman Catholic is a term sometimes used to differentiate members of the Catholic Church in full communion with the pope in Rome from other Christians who also self-identify as “Catholic”. It is also sometimes used to differentiate adherents to the Latin Church and its Roman rite from other Catholics, i.e. adherents of the Eastern Catholic Churches of various Eastern rites. It is not the official name preferred by the Holy See or bishops in full communion with the pope as a designation for their faith or institution.
Someone can be “CATHOLIC” but Non “Roman Catholic”
One of the Four Marks of the Church set out in the Nicene Creed, a statement of belief widely accepted across Christian denominations. Catholics, Eastern Orthodox, and Oriental Orthodox consider the term to refer to a single institutional one true church, “CATHOLIC”
While Protestant ecclesiology considers it in reference as the “UNIVERSAL” Christian Church. Following the term “papist”, attested in English since 1534, the terms “Popish Catholic” and “Romish Catholic” came into use during the Protestant Reformation. From the 17th century.
Being a Roman Catholic does not signify other independent Catholics as non void CATHOLIC, Because the Church Remains Universal. Practicing the Ancient CATHOLIC Doctrines in adherents to the teachings of the Apostles and their successions given directly From Jesus Christ Himself Validly to His Apostles transmitted down to the Bishops, Which indicates the authenticity of the Church as “CATHOLIC” but Non Roman Juridictions
Formulations such as the “Holy Roman Catholic Church” have occurred by officials of the Catholic Church before and after the Reformation. It has also occurred in the context of ecumenical dialogue with dialogue partners preferring this usage with other independent juridictions, as “CATHOLIC” was in communication with the Armenian and Eastern Catholic Churches. Some years after the East–West Schism.
However, the last official magisterium document to use “Roman Catholic Church” was issued by Pope Pius XII in 1950.
Christ is the Church, and the Church is One Holy Catholic and Apostolic Church, (UNIVERSAL).