Dear Archbishop Fisher,


I am Bishop Pat Buckley; I am well-known in Ireland for my independent ministry, having been consecrated a bishop without a Papal Mandate. And, I retain an on-going high-profile as a result of my infamous blog that is well-known as a portal for clerical whistle-blowing.

Mainly, I am contacted by people (often priests) who wish to expose clerical misconduct and institutional wrongdoing. When it comes to publishing accusations on my blog, I take an evidence-based approach, I require supporting paperwork and/or independent confirmation of the accusation(s) by a second person. It is a matter of considerable pride that I am greatly disliked by the Irish Hierarchy and many clergy, because I have consistently highlighted certain matters that they would rather remain occult.

For the past year or so, I have been blogging about the on-going scandal that is Silverstream Priory. This is Benedictine Priory of diocesan right, located within the canonical territory of the Diocese of Meath. Invariably, you will wonder: why I am writing to you on the other side of the world about a monastic scandal in Ireland? The answer: Fr. Richard Abourjaily.


Within the Diocese of Meath, Silverstream Priory is toxic. The invitation issued in 2012 to Dom Mark Kirby by its Emeritus Bishop Michael Smith, to establish his fledging monastic foundation from the Diocese of Tulsa with the benefit of hindsight, I submit, was misguided and ill-judged. More seriously, I have learned, but, I am waiting for proof, that the Diocese of Tulsa, did not warn Bishop Smith about concerns that had been brought to its attention about Dom Mark Kirby. Again, this is an American diocese that has failed to learn lessons of the scandals that have engulfed the Church in recent decades. And that, I submit, is truly shocking. 


Due to my many sources within the Diocese of Meath, I have learned that the then Bishop Smith did absolutely no due diligence on Dom Mark Kirby and his fledging monastic formation. Hence, the current Ordinary, Thomas Deenihan, is reaping the poisonous fruit sown by his predecessor for the reasons that emerge by a careful reading of the following.


In order to better contextualise the present, may I respectfully direct your attention along with Archbishop Peter Comensoli to the eloquent coverage of Silverstream Priory within this article:

The madness that is Silverstream Priory is eloquently illustrated by the book, In Sinu Jesu. Let me cite the description of the work from Google Books:

“In 2007, Our Lord and Our Lady began to speak to the heart of a monk in the silence of adoration. He was prompted to write down what he received, and thus was born In Sinu Jesu, whose pages shine with an intense luminosity and heart-warming fervor that speaks directly to the needs of our time with a unique power to console and challenge”.

It is published anonymously, however, it is the work of Dom Mark Kirby, OSB, with the book being praised by Cardinal Burke, whom I have learned is also a “supporter” of Dom Kirby. So, we have a Benedictine monk and priest, who presents himself as a pseudo-mystic, who, unfortunately, has, according to credible reports, led a life that is completely at variance with basic Christian morality and the evangelical counsels, that he freely embraced at monastic profession and priestly ordination.

It has been independently confirmed to me by priests (note the plural) of the Diocese of Meath that Fr. Richard Abourjaily was present in Silverstream Priory for nearly a year. Hence, the presence of Fr. Richard Abourjaily at Silverstream Priory is an established fact. And, his presence within the Diocese of Meath begets a number of important questions that I now wish to address to you as the Ordinary of the Archdiocese of Sydney.

Questions about Cardinal Pell and Richard Abourjaily.

It is accepted that prior to his ordination as a priest that Richard Abourjaily was seminarian with the Priestly Fraternity of St. Peter (FSSP). Seemingly, he was dismissed from this Fraternity because he lied about a non-existent health condition. You would accept that this is an accurate statement? If not; why not? This was, however, a portent of him feigning a diagnosis of prostate cancer in 2008 after his ordination as a priest in 2007.

In a cruel twist of faith, the Rector of the FSSP seminary (near Lincoln, Nebraska) that dismissed Richard Abourjaily, I believe was Fr. James Jackson, FSSP, who is now indicted on a federal charge in the United States for possession of extreme images of child pornography. 

Is it true that the FSSP warned Cardinal Pell about the deceit of Richard Abourjaily? I have it on excellent authority that this is the case. I am also told that for reasons that remain inextricable the warning was ignored by Cardinal Pell. Consequently, would you accept that in the thinking of most right-minded individuals it would be reasonable for them to infer that the FSSP warned Cardinal Pell NOT to ordain Richard Abourjaily to the priesthood in 2007?

In light of the above, would you now accept that your predecessor in the Archdiocese of Sydney, Cardinal Pell, inexplicably and unjustifiably ignored these legitimate warnings about Richard Abourjaily?

With the benefit of hindsight: would you accept that Cardinal Pell failed to conduct his own due diligence on Richard Abourjaily? 

I am informed that Richard Abourjaily is charming, intelligent, highly manipulative, and a pathological liar. Thus, did Richard Abourjaily by the force of his personality inveigle his way into the “good books” of Cardinal Pell? 

In light of the scandals that have engulfed the Church over the past three decades; Cardinal Pell should have been far more prudent when it came to the ordination to the priesthood of a man with a tenous relation with truth, i.e., Richard Abourjaily. I trust you will: a) accept that observation as being accurate and fair; and, b), further accept that with the benefit of hindsight that Cardinal Pell should not have ordained Richard Abourjaily to the priesthood?

A Google search indicates that you Archbishop Fisher then as an auxiliary bishop of the Archdiocese of Sydney preached the homily at Fr. Abourjaily’s first Mass. You even referred to his false reports of physical illnesses in this homily, saying: “And already in his 28 years, Father Richard has known the Cross. Despite many hurdles of his own, on his long journey to the priesthood, despite sickness and continued treatment, despite a bad knee caused by too many hours on his knees praying, Richard has stuck at it.”  With the passing of time do you regret this action and your words?

Fr. Richard Abourjaily at Silverstream Priory.

Some time ago, I wrote to the Bishop of Meath, Thomas Deenihan with questions that had arisen in light of a conversation I had with one of his priests about Fr. Richard Abourjaily. Some of these questions are repeated herein and expanded.

In fact, I have written to Thomas Deenihan on several occasions about Silverstream Priory. Unfortunately, it appears to be the case that when Bishop Deenihan hears from me, he appears to be suddenly stricken (like a mute of old) with an inability to communicate. His paralysis about Silverstream Priory is troubling. Perhaps, he, (like the rest of the ostriches that constitute the Irish episcopate), is hoping that by ignoring the scandal of Dom Mark Kirby, OSB, it will disappear with the passing of time.

I have independently confirmed that Fr. Richard Abourjaily was physically present at Silverstream Priory in 2013/2014. Fr. Abourjaily was frequently seen on the grounds of Silverstream Priory wearing the traditional soutane; he did so with impunity. He was also seen in the choir stalls of Silverstream Priory during the celebration of the Divine Office on several occasions, as if he were an official member of the monastic community.

The ministry of Fr. Richard Abourjaily at Silverstream Priory.

I am apprised that Fr. Abourjaily was approached by people who were visiting Silverstream Priory when he was out and about to hear confessions, which he did without any hesitation. 

Due to health considerations that have plagued Dom Mark Kirby for years, I have also learned that when he [Dom Kirby] was unable to celebrate the Conventual Mass at Silverstream Priory, it would then be celebrated by Fr. Abourjaily, and, he [Abourjaily] did celebrate the Mass with the public attending on a multiplicity of occasions.

Let me be clear, Archbishop Fisher, I am stating that Fr. Abourjaily publicly celebrated Mass in the oratory at Silverstream Priory, attended by the monks and members of the public with the explicit permission of Dom Mark Kirby. A Laytown-based [Laytown is a town located close to Silverstream Priory] woman has confirmed that she attended a Mass at Silverstream that was celebrated by Fr. Abourjaily. As I wrote to Bishop Deenihan the woman clearly remembered his Australian accent. She also remarked she was surprised that it was not a monk celebrating the Mass. She was very clear on this point. And, I have clarified with the woman the second time that it was Fr. Abourjaily the purpose of this present communication.

So, Archbishop Fisher, were you aware that Fr. Richard Abourjaily received an invitation from Dom Mark Kirby, to reside at Silverstream Priory? 

Were you aware of his extended period of residence at Silverstream Priory since your appointment as the Archbishop of Sydney? If not, when did you first become aware of his residence at this Priory? Is this e-mail your first knowledge of this reality?

Was the invitation for Fr. Richard Abourjaily to reside for an extended period at Silverstream Priory communicated to a senior decision-maker within the Archdiocese of Sydney by Dom Kirby? It is noteworthy to highlight that Bishop Peter Comensoli was appointed to be the Apostolic Administrator of the Archdiocese of Sydney on February 27, 2014 following the appointment of Cardinal Pell as the Prefect of the Secretariat for the Economy at the Holy See on February 24, 2014. Hence, the then Auxiliary Bishop Comensoli was for all intents and purposes the Ordinary to whom Fr. Richard Abourjaily was dependent upon for a significant amount of his residency at Silverstream Priory. 

Of course, without being in possession of all the facts, it is probable that when he first arrived at Silverstream Priory, Fr. Richard Abourjaily, was dependent on his Ordinary, Cardinal Pell. Is that a fair summation?

Was this spontaneous invitation brought to the attention of the Bishop of Meath at the time, Michael Smith by Dom Kirby or by any authorised individual within the Archdiocese of Sydney?

When Fr. Richard Abourjaily took up his residency at Silverstream, did he do so with written permission of Cardinal Pell or Bishop Comensoli or was it retrospectively sought and granted? And, did Bishop Smith give written permission for Fr. Abourjaily to reside at Silverstream Priory?

It is my understanding from a Meath-based priest that Fr. Abourjaily was prohibited from presenting himself as a priest under any circumstances while present in the Diocese of Meath. He did NOT have permission to celebrate the Eucharist publicly; he definitely did not have faculties to hear confessions, because he was in a lot of trouble with his then Ordinary, the Archbishop of Sydney. Is that a fair summation of Fr. Abourjaily’s circumstances?

I accept that the information provided by that priest might-be erroneous. However, if that is the case, it begets the following questions.

Did Fr. Abourjaily have a letter of good standing from the Archdiocese of Sydney, when he arrived at Silverstream Priory? 

If, Fr. Abourjaily, was resident at Silverstream Priory with the permission of either Cardinal Pell or Bishop Comensoli, was he permitted to present himself in public as a priest? 

Did Fr. Abourjaily have faculties to hear sacramental confessions from the Archdiocese of Sydney? And, was permission sought and granted from Bishop Michael Smith by the Archdiocese of Sydney for Fr. Abourjaily to hear confessions within the Diocese of Meath?

If, Fr. Abourjaily, was resident at Silverstream Priory with the permission of either Cardinal Pell or Bishop Comensoli, was he permitted to celebrate the Eucharist, publicly? Was he granted permission to celebrate Mass publicly by the Archdiocese of Sydney subject to the further approval of Bishop Smith within the Diocese of Meath?

Did the Archdiocese of Sydney provide financial assistance to either Silverstream Priory and/or the Diocese of Meath or both to support the then Fr. Abourjaily?

Was the Dublin-based Nunciature aware of the presence of Fr. Abourjaily at Silverstream Priory? And, did the Silverstream whistle-blower, Dom Andersen, raise any issues about Fr. Abourjaily to Archbishop Okolo.

The Apostolic Visitation of Silverstream Priory was NOT conducted by two Benedictine Abbots as erroneously stated by The Pillar. The visitation was conducted by a compromised Benedictine abbot, Brendan Coffey, OSB, and a Cistercian abbot, Richard Purcell, and Monsignor Gearóid Dullea, the former executive secretary to the Irish Episcopal Conference. The latter abbot is publicly accused of frequenting a Dublin-based gay sauna, and the Abbot General of the Order of the Cistercians of the Strict Observance, Dom Eamon Fitzgerald, OCSO, has admitted Purcell’s sexual misconduct to me on the phone. I mentioned this purely to contextualise the people who conduct the visitation of Silverstream Priory.

In light of the above, it is inconceivable that the malign presence of Fr. Abourjaily did not emerge as an issue during the Apostolic Visitation. Were you as the Archbishop of Sydney contacted by any of the above visitators about Fr. Abourjaily?

Silverstream Priory is a sad, sorry, and sordid ecclesiastical reality. The failure of Bishop Deenihan to address the scandal is inexcusable. Being blunt, the harsh reality is he [Deenihan] does not wish to move to suppress Silverstream Priory because it would be characterised as “Deenihan is responding to the dictates of Buckley” the Irish Catholic Church really is that petty and narrow-minded, with Bishop Deenihan being that venal.

But, Silverstream Priory and the fall-out from its crazy founding Prior will to continue to come into the public domain until decisive action is taken. The Priory is under investigation by the Irish police and Dublin-based regulator of Irish charities, and there are other matters which may bring it into the public domain again in the not so distant future.

I believe that transparency is good for the Church; hence, I will post this correspondence on my blog. I sincerely hope you will reply with answers to these questions; if you request that your reply is confidential; then, that will be respected. I am known for being a man of my word.

I have no doubt you have the personal contact details of Cardinal Pell; hence, you may wish to forward him a copy of this e-mail for his kind consideration. Also, you may wish to apprise Cardinal Pell that the anonymous editor of In Sinu Jesu, mentioned above, was, in fact, Dr. Peter Kwasniewski, who was also somehow the book’s censor deputatus; his wife is also an Oblate of Silverstream. Dr. Kwasniewski met Cardinal Pell at the ordination of two of his friends to the priesthood at Monastero di San Benedetto, Norcia earlier this year; but, his son is a simply professed monk of Silverstream Priory. It is a small, strange and crazy Church. 

However, rest assured, this matter is going to continue to grow more and more toxic until decisive action is taken, i.e., the church deals with: a) Silverstream Priory and, b) Dom Richard Purcell, OCSO.

With prayerful best wishes,

+ Pat Buckley.


Archbishop Okolo, Apostolic Nuncio of the Holy See to the Republic of Ireland.

Archbishop Comensoli, Ordinary of the Archdiocese of Melbourne.

Bishop Deenihan, Ordinary of the Diocese of Meath.

Abbot Coffey, OSB, the “compromised Abbot of Glenstal Abbey. This is the Abbot of a Benedictine monastery which runs one of Ireland’s most prestigious schools that was part of a visitation that confirmed a sexual predator (Dom Mark Kirby, OSB) and faux mystic as the monastic superior.


The real problem is that if you hang around the church long enough, you lose touch with reality and this sort of thing begins to look completely reasonable.


This was sent to me by an Irish priest. I cannot believe what I am reading here in Australia. It is an outstanding letter to Archbishop Fisher.


A masterful letter Pat, but as usual nothing will be done, Ireland is a long way from Australia.


The real culpability lies with others who equipped and facilitate him to continue his fiction and lies for too longsays:

There are a number of significant layers to today’s blog – Silverstream, Kirby, irresponsibility and lack of transparency by bishops…..etc. etc. However, at the heart of the blog is this priest Abourjaily, who appears to be a fantasist and a lier. He probably has some kind of pyschological / personal development issue / issues with reality etc. Or he may just be a lier through and through. It does seem strange that these character traits and questionable behaviour were not identified and acted on responsibly, for his own sake and for the sake of others, rather than just parcelling off the problem to the next bishop, diocese, parish, monastery. I have worked with a fantasist of this nature, who was particularly plausible and was able to fool most people most of the time. I think I always knew that there was something just off about what he said and what he claimed. However, when everybody else about you is taken in and impressed, it is very difficult to stand against the tide. He would claim all sorts of things that he had done in his past, and what he was being called to do now, and what he was studying for and then producing various high level degrees. A casual conversation with a colleague one day unpicked the thread that ended up unravelling his own concocted persona and history. And, that was it. Everybody’s eyes were opened. And he didn’t last long after that. In the case of Abourjaily, what is clear is that bishops and superiors wilfully passed on a problem that they had identified, and absolved themselves of having to deal with it, so that the problem continued for longer than it should have done. Perhaps the less culpable in this is Abourjaily himself. He is sick. He needs help. The real culpability lies with others who equipped and facilitate him to continue his fiction and lies for too long.


This is the best thing that has ever appeared on your blog. It appears sincere but is dripping with cynicism. You have exposed brilliantly the arrogance and uselessness of Bishop Deenihan in Meath. If Cardinal Pell does read this correspondence he will not be happy.


I’d be very surprised if you receive any reply from that lot. If the Australian’s don’t know who you are they’ll be in touch with Deenihan who will inform them that you are not recognized by The Church and indeed ‘A Thorn In Their Side’. Has Deenihan ever replied to legitimate questions asked by you? It is beyond reason that Silverstream has not been closed. These morons don’t seem to realize the scandal and harm being done by their inaction.


9.52: Since Pat is an independent person without legitimate civil or canonical authority, no Bishoo or any person is accountable to him. Pat can express opinions but he cannot act as a judge, juror and executioner. If he has legitimate concerns about sexual abuse he knows the relevant authorities to approach with information. He cannot write notes to any person, cleric or non cleric in the expectation of a response. This would prejudice proper scrutiny, civilly or canonically. He is merely a private person and therefore no one is obliged to engage with him in any correspondence, particularly when the documentary evidence is so biased. If there are issues that warrant civil action, let Pat proceed with this approach. Writing to a Bishop at the far side of the world seems like vexacious and provocative behaviour. Bishop Fisher – seek legal advice.


9.20: A masterful piece of real mischief is a good summation of this letter which I hope the Bishop will file away for a day or two. When Bishop Fisher trawls through Pat’s CV his stomach will wrench with puke. Then Bishop Fisher will mop up the loo with this letter…for the loo bowl is the proper destiny for this intrusive piece from a very malevolent Christian!!


9:57 am May I remind you that Anthony Fisher OP is an Archbishop. It really does help if correct titles are used in correspondence.


It’s not about answering to me. It’s about creating a paper trail for future use.


The idea that Rawhide Purcell was involved in a visitation is a scandal. The brass neck of this so called abbot. He is a disgrace to the RCC. Yet I still see him trying to get publicity and attention on RTE etc. If this was any other institution or sector he would be thrown out. The abbot general is ignoring the problem he has. What is it going to take for Purcell to be dealt with.


And it’s very instructive that Purcell has not taken any action against those who are saying these things about him, including + Pat. That says to me that he has not got a leg to stand on, because if he were to appear in the witness box in a trial then he would be constrained to tell the truth, and the truth is not pretty for him. So, I take what + Pat and others are saying as true. If they are not true, and you are sure of your ground, Purcell, then sue us all and show us that you are purer than the driven snow. You won’t, though, will you ? For obvious reasons ! I know this, everyone else knows this. The local bishop knows this and the Abbot General knows this. And yet they leave you to go on your merry way. They are complicit in your lying, duplicitous, hypocritical life.


11.44: For about the 100rh time you’ve written this same narrative. Get over your faux indignation about Abbot Purcell. Find more useful issues to be enraged about.


God knows. There is a very similar situation in England which has been going on for decades now.
You can get away with literally anything if you are a cleric in the right place. And they wonder why people don’t go to church!


Looks like Rawhide is sharing his prodigious monastic wisdom today with a group of Anglican religious visiting Mount Mellaray abbey. Perhaps they need directions to the Boilerhouse, or a good local orgy?


Perhaps the visitators were distracted from the priest who fantasizes illness and who shouldn’t have been celebrating the sacraments, by the one who hears voices from the Tabernacle and seems not to have picked up the slightest hint of the basics of religious life despite years in several communities?


Father Magill did a wonderful job last night on the BBC over the tragic murder of Lyra McKee. He’s a true friend of the LGBT community.


I agree with the above commentator this is one of the best things that has ever appeared on your blog. It is written with great style and finesse. It exposes Bishop Deenihan as incompetent, indecisive, and stubborn. He will absolutely loath that his dirty laundry is now being aired on this blog.
It is real mischief to have involved two archbishops on the other side of the world. It makes Deenihan look stupid and inept. Of course, your correspondence will be ignored, but I have no doubt it will cause telephone calls to be made and an explanation will be demanded from Deenihan in Meath. By involving Cardinal Pell, you have make that inevitability…
I do worry about Fr Andersen the whistleblower at Silverstream is being punished for doing the right thing. But his integrity is irreproachable. Like Salome, who demanded the head of John the Baptist, I note you have named your price to go away – the church has to deal with Purcell. Well done.


Surely the TD for the constituency that includes Silverstream should already be taking an interest in this ongoing affair and asking the bishops concerned for clarification if you can’t get any response from them, Bp Pat. That’s what MPs and TDs are there for to help people if they keep hitting a brick wall.


One wonders: was there ever any inappropriate contact between Kirby and Abourjaily? Or between Abourjaily and other men in the community? What were the circumstances of Abourjaily’s departure from Silverstream?


1:41, Fisher should seek legal advice on what, exactly? Someone wrote me a mean letter that made me feel unpleasant?


3:24 pm You are right. Archbishop Fisher OP trained as a lawyer. His prominence, however, rests on his knowledge of bio-ethics. At Oxford, he was awarded a PhD in an aspect of this general area. Also, some years ago he was struck by an illness that all but paralysed him. After months of treatment he had to learn how to walk again and much more. He knows uncertainty and suffering. I thought it right to add to your all too brief portrait of the man.


Fisher’s wiki page claims he opposes legislation for same-sex marriage and LGBT issues. Could it be correct in stating he believes certain businesses should not support LGBT staff and non-discrimination? Doesn’t the Pope support the stability civil partnerships offer to LGBT people?

Fisher is likely to be the first non-cardinal archbishop of Sydney since the 1940s.


The correspondence to Archbishop Fisher was written by the same individual that crafted your reply to Bishop Keenan. It displays the same tight drafting. As other commentators have remarked it is dripping with cynicism. I disagree. It is dripping with the truth.
It induces cynicism because it accurately highlights the inexcusable failures of the Bishop of Meath. It is inconceivable (if true) that somebody like Kirby came to Ireland and set up a monastery with no background checks. The Irish Church has not learned any lessons.
Unless the pressure is kept up nothing will be done about Silverstream, because Deenihan will not want to be seen to be dancing to the tune of Pat Buckley. It would also encourage other whistleblowers in Ireland to share with you what the “ostriches” (an apt description of the Irish Episcopate) do not want coming into the public domain. Buckley you are a necessary evil in the Irish Church. Take that as a compliment.


3.27: It was not written by Pat but he collaborated in it. Pat doesn’t have a writing capacity 8f such construction. He requires a ghost writer..definitely. However, it is well drafted but I imagine Bishop Fisher won’t be perturbed by such from an independent Bishop who belongs to no faith denomination other than the Oratory. And again, no cleric is answerable to Pat. Never ever. To civil law, yes, but Pat, nope!!


2:21 pm Youi say the letter is dripping with truth. Well, truth does not drip. It sticks. Thank you.


For the umpteenth time, because nobody in the church gives a shit about morals, probity or even the law. It is ALL about comfortable sinecures getting away with whatever you can and getting your end away.


Are more Episcopal leaders likely to become embroiled in this matter?

Local bishops must prosecute abuse of ‘vulnerable adults,’ Scicluna tells USCCB
” A globally renowned expert in canon law told U.S bishops Wednesday that local bishops are responsible for canonically prosecuting sexual abuse of vulnerable adults committed by clerics in their dioceses.
The remark could require a major shift in diocesan administration, changing how diocesan bishops treat acts of clerical sexual misconduct which have until now been considered moral failures, but not canonical delicts.”


Pat, comments are slow today. Could it be that you are repeating the same issues too frequently and the same comments have been voiced before which makes your blog tiresome ? There’s nothing different in commentary so far re: Abbot Purcell or Silverstream.

Catholic Dark Money: The Pandora Papers
The Open Tabernacle
November 18, 2021
“The October 5, 2021, revelations show that senior operatives of the Legion of Christ Order set up a trio of trusts in New Zealand to hide the group’s money. At the time “victims of sexual abuse of its priests were seeking financial compensation from the Order through lawsuits,” noted
“The Pandora Papers is an investigation into the shadowy offshore financial system that reveals the workings of a secret economy that benefits the wealthy and well-connected at the expense of everyone else. The ‘papers’ are the more than 11.9 million confidential records obtained by the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists (ICIJ) that form the backbone of the investigation,” their website reported.
“Two of the Legion’s trusts would eventually hold $300 million in assets and moved money around the world …The trusts used a shell company to invest heavily in U.S. rental properties, including in apartment complexes where tenants were evicted during the coronavirus eviction moratorium,” the…


@ 5:54 pm
Yes, it is surprising that the comments are slow today. But, it could also be the case that it is difficult to argue with the logic of what is contained within Buckley’s missive to Archbishop Fisher?
It is remarkable that nobody has come to the defence of Kirby, Deenihan, Coffey, Purcell or Silverstream Priory as an institution.
In the “trad” world there has been very little outrage or defence of Silverstream. Normally, anything that undermines the celebration of the TLM seen as a “modernist” conspiracy; this is surprisingly absent when it comes to Silverstream Priory.


Today’s blog in the USA today is comically being referred to as the three amigos blog. PB, RH and their American clergy friend. Rome, NY, Meath, Oz etc are fully aware of the conspiracy by all three in relation to Mellary and Silverstream. Arch Fisher like others will be likewise informed of the hate campaign to discredit certain individuals because of personal grudges and vandettas held by PB, RH, and their American clergy friend. The cat is well out of the bag.




@ 7:08 pm What has your post got to do with the subjects discussed on this blog. You have posted a silly video with a tune that encourages a consumer-based Christmas. How foolish. Please do not do this again. It is offensive to many of us.


8.10 pm

Agreed. We do not want anything which increases consumerism. Some people find it too much having to find extra money for presents, Xmas baubles, the annual Xmas jumper, food, drink, pointless Xmas crackers. The list goes on and on.


Well you won’t be expecting the faithful to give generously this Christmas then. 😂


Bishop Pat the local priest in my area has a lot to answer for but he doesn’t seem to be accountable to anyone. We hate him in this parish and we are thinking of setting up a petition to have him removed, preferably for a younger priest who will have time and stamina for his duties.


Since, as Mixhael Smith has written, Silverstream priests are incardinated into Meath, Canon Deenihan will deal with everything.


Are they heck! What an absurd thing to say. Seminarians and ordinand are NOT protected from predatory Anglican or Roman priests; certainly not with your +Paul Bayes and their Roman friend counterparts of this world who essentially cover up and facilitate – thereby encouraging monsters to abuse with a seemingly great sense of inflated immunity from the law.
Their abusive crimes of the past manage to catch up with them eventually, just look at that vicars of Liverpool Anglican Dioceses who have come under the radar of the various legal investigative bodies..


Quelle surprise re Pell who was warned but went ahead with ordination, was that correct?

Did Pell ordained him, just asking for a friend? 🤔🤔

Mother Burke fell for it, hook, line and stinker re Kirby book. 🙈🤣😜.

I’m sure he wasn’t the only prelate out there who fell for it.

Noticed one thing that wasn’t discussed was the role played by Dullea as regards to visitation. No body on this blog spoke about it, why🤷‍♂️?

What was shocking is that a total lack of due dilgence as regards to that priest named Abourjeily🤔🤔.

Its a major red flag as far as I’m concerned re Silverstream. How many abourjeily’s out there in various dioceses or monasteries, just saying 🤔🤔🤔

Could anyone here get a hold of that visitation report to see if the matter was raised or not🤔🤔😉

Today blog looks like ‘the Hourigan report’ 🤷‍♂️🙈


Your last sentence sums it all up deaf guy @ 10.46pm. Personal scores are being settled here. It wasn’t a letter written by Pat Buckley on the blog yesterday but the person that you rightfully name. He is pulling Buckley’s strings because of a grudge he has about Mellary. The Church is aware of the whole thing. A disgruntled American clergyman is in the middle of it too as he has been talking about his association with Buckley a bit too much over in the States.


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