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ARMAGH – NO CHANGE AS AMY FIDDLES AROUND WITH CLERICAL CHANGES.

Oh, how do you solve a problem like Am……y?
How do you hold a moonbeam in your hand?
When I’m with her I’m confused
Out of focus and bemused
And I never know exactly where I am
Unpredictable as weather
She’s as flighty as a feather“.

Eamon Martin is in the throes of compiling abd publishing Armagh Clerical Changes 2022.

What a job with so many skeletons in the Closet and so many scandals exploding?

ARMAGH’S FINEST

EAMON MC CAMLEY – The Keady Net Flasher

FATHER MC VEIGH – The Pomeroy Accidential Gay pornographer

RORY COYLE – The Grindr amateur

AIDAN MC CANN – The Ladies Lavatory Chaplain

RYAN MC ALEER – The Cherry Owner

EMLYN MC GINN – The Cherry Popper

ODE TO AMY JULY 2023

There’s a big girl in Ara Coeli,
With a problem worse than Daly.
All her priests are Friends of Dolly.
And the latest wheeled a trolly.

She has Ryan gone a travellin,
And poor Rory’s still unravellin.
Old Mc Camley’s still in Limbo,
And McVeigh’s without a Jimbo.

She has laid her hands on Steve,
And Mc Cann’s on courtroom leave.
McGinn’s accused and not so merry,
After popping poor Ryan’s cherry.

These are the ones of whom are aware,
But there are others waiting in their lair.
The Grindr boys are bad and bold,
And they are legion in Amy’s fold.

177 replies on “ARMAGH – NO CHANGE AS AMY FIDDLES AROUND WITH CLERICAL CHANGES.”

Rest in Peace. Condolences to family and friends of Seamus and all from the Irish Traditional Music at home and internationally who mourn him.

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Eeeee! I’m enjoying all this.☺ Especially the comments of the so-called ‘good’ priests, who will vehemently dissociate themselves from the wrongdoing of other priest-parasites.
Luvly.😆

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“These are the ones of whom are aware…”
You hypocrites! Well did Isaiah prophesy of you, when he said: “‘This people honours me with their lips, but their heart is far from me; in vain do they worship me, teaching as doctrines the commandments of men.’”
Our brother spoke very well this morning, and with sincerity. You will recognise them by their fruits. Are grapes gathered from thornbushes, or figs from thistles?

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Rory Coyle is doing well with John Harney in London. Pat you should look up John on LinkedIn. Rory and John are in meaningful loving relationship away from the snares and tribulations of Kevin Connolly. Deus est amor 🙏

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The Stamullen incident totally like Broke Back Mountain just with the addition of clerical attire in a Bundle at the Bottom of the Bed.

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It’s not hard to Groom Wilson if you are in a position of power and have connections. Similar to Mullaney having Wilson on a short leash or incall appointment in the Junior Suite in Carton House.

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&1.40 grotesque to read back about the terrible things that happens to trainee priests and to young priests preyed on by colleagues. Life altering and so sad.

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6.38 disagree, maybe neck in neck, the proof in the pudding lies at the finishing post. Luimneach Abu later 🇨🇮🇨🇮🇨🇮

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Luimneach Abu, 🇮🇪 is Ireland. 🇨🇮 is Ivory Coast!
Hopefully this afternoon’s All-Ireland Hurling final will be a great contest. Croke Park is literally a cauldron in this summer heat. 🌞😅😎
All our good rural brethren just want to enjoy our finest of Gaelic Games in their spare time. 🏑

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How is it possible to have so many sexual deviants in the Armagh presbyterate? Are bishops still obliged to keep priests’ personnel files in their ‘secret archive’? Imagine Armagh’s archIve, which must smell worst than an open sewer. Amy must keep popping in with her Eau du Lavender to mask the stench in Ara Coeli.

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Because ALL presbyterates and institutes of consecrated life are like that. It’s the norm. If you find one that apparently isn’t, it’s because it hasn’t come out yet.

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What about Fr Garrett in Loughgall ex of Cookstown parish and the married man. Secretly and quickly hidden away by Amy. What is in the water in Cookstown? The present PP, Emlyn, McCann, McAleer etc

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I wondered when you would got around to Armagh’s best kept secret Garrett!! It’s almost like Johnny Gates and his Mr headteacher.

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Please be careful when commenting on clergy. Whilst the behaviour of some is quite incredible, two priests named here have done more for the people of Cookstown than most even know about. Fr. Campbell and Fr Boyle did more for the young people of Cookstown when they were in the parish together twenty years ago. Saturday evening mass was packed with hundreds of young people before going out for the night. It was fantastic.
Now, Fr Boyle, as PP, has made major changes to the fabric of the parish. He is very popular among the faithful. The only dissenters are those ‘hangers-on’ to the Board of Governors of the College, who refused to leave with dignity after being asked to step down after sitting there for nearly 30 years, dictating who got jobs and who didn’t. Cookstown deserves better and Fr Boyle is the man the see to it.

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6.40
The clue’s in that folksong, THE BOYS FROM THE COUNTY ARMAGH.
It’s all those apples they eat. Turn people bad.
Ask Adam’s Eve. 🐍

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8.33. The reality is that there is no solid evidence for ANY of the religious claptrap we’ve all been indoctrinated into.
MMM

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I just watched the video ‘Keeping the Faith’ which told the story of Cherry Popper’s vocation and made shortly after his ordination. He didn’t sound happy or convincing then, and almost a resignation rather than an embracing of the priesthood, although it wasn’t a life that would bring him peace. Such a shame that he didn’t go to Ulster University at 18 and study to be a radiographer. His life could have been so much better. His parents did not seem happy with his choice either. I think it’s morally wrong for the church to accept students so young. 25 seems to be the youngest age at which candidates should start formation. I felt somewhat sorry for him.

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7.04 Agreed, as even prior to the cost of housing becoming prohibitive, young people have been marrying much later than their parents did, instead choosing to spend their 20s travelling, experiencing the wider world, building their career or whatever. Most weddings we’ve attended in the past decade or so, the couples are in their early 30s and appear very happy, committed and ready for both the joys and the challenges of married life that make it all worthwhile. Therefore, it makes perfect sense that a final decision should not be made nor accepted from any young person until they are at least 25 years old. There is still that notion of “catching them young” harking back to the old days of encouraging secondary age students to consider a vocation. Maybe that worked out well for many then but given what has been proven to go on in some of these seminaries these days and the poor handling and defensive denial of appropriate support for abused seminarians when things do go wrong, including failing to remove offending abusive clerical mentors, most families would be extremely concerned if a child left home to enter one of these places. It’s the few bad eggs that ruin it but the rest cover up and Victim blame the injured party to protect the church. It is advisable to enter any organisation like the RCC that hangs anyone who dares question it out to dry and this is what has visibly been done under the watch of successive Roman Catholic Church hierarchy. The Irish church might have more luck with mature entrants that they have had better prepared and assessed than they seem to be doing at present. The church should not be used as a bolt hole for entrants with ulterior motives in the same way that it should not allow itself to be bought in return for a veneer of respectability and the support of clergy in turning a convenient blind eye to wrong doing by their lay hierarchy.

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11:07 Yes (although I expect you mean inadvisable).
I think the reason seminarians still tend to be young is as you mature you learn to recognize bullshit, value what you already have in life, and are more likely not to tolerate nonsense or be taken in by pious platitudes.
This leadss to a perfect storm of men not wanting to risk it and ‘formators’ not wanting to take them.
The mentally young and naive up to 25 year old would be the ideal.

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1.04 yes, meant inadvisable! What you say is very true. Hindsight is clearly a bitter reminder of what might have been for some current incumbents.

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I love the Ode to Amy – can you not come up with a chorus, and then it could be sung to the Lourdes Hymn?

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Oh most likely, remember gorgeous? Where ever he is now……
Fanny would always remind people in canon horror class that calumny is a big sin, if inconvenient questions began to be asked.
Fanny was always bad tempered in class, which led to one student (lay Student actually) calling her a prissy little bitch

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12.36 Lies. Canon law is not studied as part of the Mickey Mouse BATheol/B.Th degrees that are taken by lay students, so they wouldn’t have encountered Dr Mullaney.

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1:31
Oh, I’m sure lay students will be thrilled to know their BATheol/B.Th degrees are considered Mickey Mouse degrees. Do lay students fund themselves, I wonder. Who funds sems…?

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Some interesting Armagh clerical names thrown up today. They think by crossing the border they remain anonymous. Big mistake. Don’t shit on your own door step lads.

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No matter how inappropriate and morally reprehensible any misbehaviour by these clerics, l ask myself, as suggested by Pat so often – what would JESUS do or say to these men on the Sabbath? I reflect on the woman to whom Jesus said after forgiving her, “go and sin no more”. I’m sure she found this a difficult task but she was blessed by God’s grace through JESUS’S presence and words of forgiveness. Jesus didn’t chase after her, not did he thrash her into the ground not did he continue to write large her sins on her forehead . JESUS didn’t harrass or stalk this woman. Having condemned these clerics so frequently, what next? A public parading through Armagh!

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9.31 It happens on St Patricks Day every year in Armagh ( ex Pandemic), that parade would be nothing new.

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9.31

You haven’t a clue about that biblical passage, have you? Your hermeneutic is more eisegetical than exegetical.

Jesus wasn’t commanding the woman never to sin again; this wouldn’t have been, as you put it, ‘a difficult task’, but an impossible one. As Descarte might have said about this: ‘We are sinners; therefore, we shall sin.’

No; Jesus was telling the woman to stop f**k**g a married man, a prospect, I think, considerably within her remit, otherwise Jesus wouldn’t have ordered her to desist.

Now, not only did he command her to do the distinctly possible, for her, but he commanded this because the woman was sincerely repentant, moved by Jesus’ words, and his merciful persona.

This brings us to those priests you have in mind. Are they repentant? Not if this blog is telling the truth. So, you see, don’t you, why it remains essential to crack a moral whip over the heads of these reprobates and parasites? Tell me you do. Because there is absolutely no personal parallel between them and that woman.

The lesson here for you? Don’t weaponise Scripture for your own ends. Satan tried this and made a fool of himself. You will, too.

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11.54: You ask that I don’t weaponise scripture for my own end! Really? Just reread your own hermeneutic of the passage. Rather very poor. You used the referenced passage of scripture to crush priests… A case of satan using scripture for his own ends. Sadly, we know your types all too well. The merciless ones, the crushers, condemners, the one who keep people imprisoned in their past. The ones JESUS fiercely condemned…Now, go and study the passage of scripture without the stones in your hand.

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Thank you for an illuminating comment, 11:54. Although I suspect 9:31 wouldn’t know what eisegesis is.

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12.59
I am the commenter at 11.54.
You sound … shrieky. (On the cusp of hysteria?) It may account for your complete misunderstanding of my earlier post, your less-than-rational state of mind.
I did not use the biblical passage you misinterpreted (as much as you did my comment) ‘to ‘crush priests’; you really do need to control that flighty imagination of yours, but only after reining in your more fractious emotions.
If I were crushing anyone, it was morally hypocritical priests, the kind you have been over-sensitively defending.
Not one of the priests on today’s blog should still be in ministry: they are liars and deceivers. How in the name of Christ you believe any of these men trustworthy enough to continue as clerics is utterly bemusing!
You are an emotional fool: a jumble of near-hysterical feeling rather than rational thought.
I’ve gathered that you incline more to folksy understanding of Scripture than solid exegesis, so, if I might (for your benefit) make an exception and join you in a folksy interpretation of that passage:
It emphasises the fundamental requirement of remorseful repentance BEFORE the forgiveness of personal sin. Is this penny dropping?
God does not forgive unless there is repentance. Nor must we. Hence, the repeated exposure of the morally fraudulent ministries of the priest-parasites featuring on today’s blog.

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Pat, you have to be fair to the man. It’s not easy doing the changes when you have to contend with a shrinking number of old queens, ones that won’t move, ones that can’t go back where they’ve already pissed in the tent, ones that can’t go anywhere, and you watching his every move.
It can’t be easy and we all love to see it. 😂

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10.15 Some church members don’t just piss in the tent, they rob it at well and rent it out & living in luxury at the expense of disabled and vulnerable victims of deception. The relevant Irish Bishop has the documentation to prove it. His lack of action or support has been noted by an extensive number of supporters, family & friends as has other related matters in his jurisdiction.

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11.24

Bellylaughing at that stunt. 🤣

They’ll do anything, priests, to court popularity and relevance.

You sure it wasn’t a Monty Python tribute sketch?

TWO SINS FORGIVEN FOR THE PRICE OF ONE CONFESSED!

And Jesus buried his head in his hands. 😔

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Thank you, 12:27, for proving that not all comments here are from priests. It’s most unfair the way they’re calumniated here.
They’re far more likely to shop at Waitrose or M&S.

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No, but No, Thanks. What Mercy do they really show to victims of church related abuse and discrimination, zero, zilch, that’s how much. Also reminds one of the Sisters of No Mercy baby traffickers, official document fiddling etc. Definitely not the safest bus on the route.

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How do you solve a problem like Frau Amy?
How do you catch a cloud and pin it down?
How do you find a word that means Frau Amy?
A flibbertijibbet! A will-o’-the wisp! A clown!

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OMG! Patsy what a fuckin crew to pick from, at this rate the poor eejit Martin will have no changes to make, wans worse than the other. On this 6th Sunday of Pentecost let us pray for the poor sod before any more of his choices end up being exposed on this blog.🙄

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11.44
God Bless the Anglicans Our Brothers and Sisters in Christ.

On Friday in the Catholic Church it is the Feast of Saint Mary Magdalene.

Bishop Pat’s friend pays tribute.

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Your poorly written comment would upset a teacher like Eamon!
To answer your question, most Parishes split the confirmation into three or four separate Masses, so local priests did those instead.

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@ 12:23pm
I knew it wouldn’t take long for her her ordinariness with her usual false piety to jump in she must have been on google again to know about the feast of St. Mary Magdalene.Why she thought it was appropriate to mention the nutter Sinead O’Connor who doesn’t know who or what she is. Probably because she’s the same and also sucking up to Patsy.😏😏😏

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Pat, answer for the blog readers or for yourself: what is the justification for the personalised ridiculing, effeminising, humiliating and vugarising of Archbishop Martin all abiut? Why the constancy of this behaviour? Do you really believe it’s legitimate so endlessly and in so cruel, demeaning and hurtful a manner? I don’t believe this nasty, jeering rhetoric is acceptable. Criticisms are justifiable but the level of nastiness and mockery is gone too far.

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Amy gets all she deserves. She’s a silly auld cow who won’t learn. She’s about as successful as a bishop as Deidre Barlow was in love.

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12.56
My God! You’re really hurting for Ab Martin, aren’t you?
Is there… Is there a… story here?
Just askin’, like.

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1.32: There’s no hidden story of any kind. I don’t personally know Archbishop Martin nor do I work in his Diocese. I simply ask a legitimate question. No one has ever given a rational, intelligent or reasonable answer to my question. I do not believe that the constant effort at smashing anyone into smithereens is morally justified and for those who profess to follow Christ, it is aanathema to his teachings.

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1.50

I can’t quite decide whether your comment is sheer brass-necked or tongue-in-cheek.

Martin is rightly excoriated (not the hyperbolic ‘smashing… into smithereens’) for his utterly terrible stewardship in Armagh.

Allowing such priests as feature on the blog to continue as clerics is deeply shameful, and constitutes a constant danger to the Faithful. This is the real scandal: that Martin would continue to risk the moral and spiritual welfare of even one of Jesus’ little ones rather than drive the wolves from his pasture.

Your sympathising with Martin makes me wonder whether you are one of the offending priest-parasite-predators that he has been shielding?

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2:27
Great post. You hit the nail directly on the head. The real scandal- that Martin would continue to risk the moral and spiritual welfare of even one of Jesus’ little ones rather than drive the wolves from his pasture. This clericalist scourge, the preferential option for the priest, is a contagion which is literally ruining the Church. CSA was covered up in the interests of the reputation of the clerical fraternity, not the Church as a whole. Protecting the clergy seems so paramount even the moral credibility of the hierarchy can be ditched. What is going on in the catholic priesthood…?

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4:17 I love your phrase – the preferential option for the priest – and am definitely stealing it. It’s an accurate descriptor.

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My friend broke down to me, admitted has fallen for a Priest that is treating him so bad. If he continues to do so I will name and shame him on this blog.

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Shauna we have heard this from you for months so name and shame the Priest if you have evidence but please stop copy and pasting the same quote weeks after weeks and months after months.
Tell this “friend” to report him to his Bishop rather than you being his spokesperson and also it is okay not to be okay 116 123 available 24/7

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2.27: Theres no need for you to assume anything sinister about me or to assign motives to my comments. I have no contact – ever – with Archbishop Martin – and I do not work in his Diocese. To suggest that I may be a “priest-predator-parasite” is gratuitously insulting, unnecessarily offensive and plainly ignorant. I have no difficulty in criticising the Archbishop for decisions not made or for any offence he may have committed: I simply make the point that I do not believe in the ugly, vulgar, nasty and degrading caricaturing of this man. It proves nothing, is a cheap shot and reflects the paucity of intelligence of the commenter. Thete must always be fairness and balance in our perceptions about other people. I also make the point that the recurring attacks of the Archbishop in the same nasty, mocking tones almost on a daily basis is equuvalent to bullying and stalking. So, no need for your nastyism!! I have never attacked any person so horrendously in my life as the way this Archbishop is demeaned…and butchered on this blog. It is not at all of Christ.

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3.36
So, you ARE a priest. (I’ll omit, on this occasion, ‘-parasite-predator’, for the sake of your sensibilities.)
It’s telling that you never once mentioned the reason Martin is rightly excoriated for his appalling stewardship in Armagh: ‘This is the real scandal: that Martin would continue to risk the moral and spiritual welfare of even one of Jesus’ little ones rather than drive the wolves from his pasture.’ (From my post at 2.27.)
The poster at 4.17 (not I) calls this a ‘clericalist scourge, the preferential option for the priest, (and is) a contagion which is literally ruining the Church’. But you don’t give the proverbial, do you, priest?
How should one refer to such a man as Martin? With polite, sugar-coated words? A man who is more concerned with the welfare of priest-parasite-predators than that of the most vulnerable? The lambs of his flock? Jesus had harsh words, too, for people like Martin. Very harsh words.
You, and your kind, have learned nothing from the sexual exploitation and criminality committed by priests. Nothing at all. Nor do you want to learn.
Hence, the need for vigilance about you, and your morally rotted kind.

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1.05 piss off & get a life Cathbot – that couple will work it out for themselves – live your own life & don’t be such an obsessive thug all your life. Having a so called friend like you is more of a liability for your “friend” than anything he’s allegedly got going on with the priest.

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Shauna there is no Priest out there willing to risk going with a lay/gay man. We have enough arrangements in place with each other we don’t need to get lay-ed.

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5.30: Were i to have all the attributes of Jesus Christ – which I don’t possess – even then, Magna, you’d be as rude, inflammatory, insulting and a liar. You were found out before – a reject from seminary – and were banned by Pat. You’re back – and as psychological sick as ever. I, unlike you, can stand with a clear conscience before God..You’ve never regained normality or wellness of mind since being thrown out of the seminary. Your poison will one day totally destroy you. You typify not just a moral degeneracy but also a deeply psychological one. I’ll pray for your healing..🙏🙏🙏🙏🙏🙏…and that you’ll be free from hatred, envy and rottenness of heart.

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But 8:15, aren’t your crowd always saying how none of us has a clear conscience, should look to ourselves and are reliant on the mercy of god… for some unspecified thing that we are all supposed to have done?
Yet this doesn’t apply to you?
As it happens, I too could stand with a clear conscience before God, but since he doesn’t exist, won’t be. 😉

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8:15 is another outstanding example of clerical gaslighting caca to deflect from the core point @ 5:30-‘This is the real scandal: that Martin would continue to risk the moral and spiritual welfare of even one of Jesus’ little ones rather than drive the wolves from his pasture.’ And… ‘You, and your kind, have learned nothing from the sexual exploitation and criminality committed by priests. Nothing at all. Nor do you want to learn’. The arrogance of the clerical fraternity is staggering. Arrogance will be the downfall of Martin. If you think the Faithful will continue funding indefinitely what can only be described as a hypocritical farce, you and your kind are completely out of touch, in denial and totally delusional.

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Liar, impossible, or you mean you accepted the friend request that he sent you. Silly Sausage you are either way. Do we take it your alleged subsequent interactions failed to meet your expectations. Tell us more pray tell!!
🙏❤️🙏

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3.30: Mrs. Thatcher was the best Prime Minister of her generation. Look what’s come and gone since she left. A remarkable, formidable, intelligent, persuasive and perceptive woman leader. Her speeches are amzing and powerful.

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Pat have you looked up John Harney on LinkedIn. His past employment is as a Faith Leader in the Archdiocese of Dublin, he has made a factual error, he was a Seminarian. lol . The truth will set John Harney free even if the truth is revolting.

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I got pregnant last year in Chile, to a priest. I am ashamed to say I had an abortion, I really regret it, ladies there are better options out there

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Did you ever hear of contraception luv?
If you’re having sex and you’re pre menopause you understand this causes pregnancy?

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Give your child a name. Talk to him or her as often as you can. Tell of your deep regret. Ask your child’s forgiveness, and say that you love him or her.
Establish a relationship with this child of yours. In it you will find healing and peace.

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3.31 You will compound your mistakes for the rest of your life if you do not find help independent of here. WM

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6.10 “Clare” is possibly a Roman Catholic Pro Life advocate trying to stir shit on the blog, because everyone she knows are at the seaside or in Croke Park or out socialising after the match. I agree with your comment and if Clare is genuine, there are appropriate sources of help available to her. If authentic, She will be subjected to the most awful abuse on here from the specific category of spiky clericals and their hedgehog laity that log on here daily spoiling for a fight because too few sheep to stick their talons into in churches these days.

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Bishop Buckley my trip to Belfast/Larne has been disturbed due to Covid. I shall be in touch soon. My rector, the Very Reverend Noel Kehoe, is suffering gravely from it. May he be IN all your prayers.

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Kevin McGuckien looked well last night on his night out with the parishioners of St Joseph’s. He will be missed so much.

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3.42
At least if true he has to lose weight as you want to see all the latest ordinations looks like they have all been very well fed.
Another Lace Queen ordained today in Meath and I hope Tom comes down with a mighty thunder his Diocese is a disgrace to the Catholic Church World Wide.
Has this new 2prist” not listened to Pope Francis the Granny lace belongs in a drawer.
I will asked Tom if he thinks he is a lwa unto himself.
TomDeenihan must be the worse Bishop in Ireland

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@ 4:11pm

Nobody’s listening to Granny Fanny, nor will they. Do you think Bishop Deenihan
will take any notice of anything from the likes of you. You’re on a shred list in every Nuncio and Bishops office. The disgrace to The Catholic Church World Wide is from the Polyesters with their shenanigans which far outweigh anything you’re gibbering about. Send Fanny to Argentina his native land and see what happens, funny he’s never returned, don’t you think? there is a reason.

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There is a link between gluttony, and sexual impurity.
Did Mr Jones really receive gastric banding? This procedure costs thousands. I wonder who funded it. Oh! I’ll wonder no more: the stupid, pathetic sheep.
Hey, guys and girls! These clerical parasites wouldn’t fund such a procedure for a member of YOUR family, even if their health were at serious risk without the procedure.
How does it make you feel knowing that these spongers think so very little of you, but insist anyway that you cough up to finance their vulgar, indolent, self-serving lifestyles?

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5.41: Yes, indeed, you’ve got to laugh!!! At you, you inane, worse than useless imbecile. Begrudgery is a disease..in you.

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6.35
What? Begrudgery?
Now, why would I begrudge Mr Jones a surgical procedure that cost thousands of euros (and for which that model of self-control paid not one single cent) when his clerical confreres would not do the same for even one of the lay fools who pay for the upkeep of this class of useless, bone-idle, freeloaders?

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Matthew Newell and Stephen Baxter are the seminarians who were caught in an embrace and been warned about future conduct.

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John Connolly is one of the most noble priests I have known. His diligence, service and work out put were the rival of any in a busy empirical government. His knowledge of the inner machinations of Ara Coeli could sink the house within an hour if he decided to prefer forth his “experience” and knowledge. WM Proud to know him and to have been his friend.

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3.38pm Just enquiring, are you using “trustworthy” correctly ? Or do you mean I do not keep Omertà as Connolly, Sweeney and the rest of ye cowardly people when it comes to speaking against your masters ? ” Did you say that Sean Brady was worse than Cromwell in one of your public utterances?” Indeed I did I told Eamon Martin and it was not behind his back, I had told him the very same on two phone calls with him. Trustworthy has no currency in an organisation of “mental reservation.” I appreciate the concept in particular instances ( Bernard Haring) but was never partial to it myself. WM

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That lad may as well work in Harvey Norman he is so far stuck in the closet. Absolute spiteful little queen who carried so much gossip in maynooth and now raphoe.

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I told my bf I was struggling – I asked could I meet him – he said he needed a siesta – if he EVER told me that he was struggling – I would have responded differently

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Surely the cure for these badly behaved priests is a doctorate/PhD course in Leuven, Belgium, then an academic post somewhere in Belfast?? Oh wait… 🤔😀 🔴🟡⚫️

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Drink your way through it? Hopefully, with water. Alcohol is a diuretic: it will quickly dehydrate you in these temperatures, making you very ill.

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Congratulations to all our Limerick friends on achieving 3 in a row & commiserations to Kilkenny who proved worthy opponents. A close game.

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Luimneach Abu is right Seamus – what a team of lads in the green/white – three in a row, Kilkenny played well but it was Limerick’s day. Third All Ireland in a row. – brilliant.
CONGRATULATION LIMERICK.

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Bishop, what do you think of a priest who couldn’t drive to an ordination because he was caught for drink-driving? For some reason there has been no official announcement yet. Will there be one? Isn’t it xxxxing pathetic in this day and age that people are caught drunk-driving? How many unnecessary funerals have there been in this country due to reckless behaviour?

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Apologies to the Armagh readers, but I couldn’t resist having a go at this.
To the tune of “The boys from the county Armagh”

There’s one fair county in Ireland
where the Archbishop’s losing his way
where nature has broadcast its bounty
Through the laptop of Father McVeigh.

I’ve been to wild parties and dances
And seen things you might think taboo
And the priests, after mass on a Sunday, are looking for someone to screw

CHORUS:
It’s my own Irish home
far away from Rome
although I’ve often been sent
to foreign lands on loan
no matter where I wander
old Grindr’s never far
But there’s plenty of sex in old Ireland
in the County of Armagh

I’ve travelled that part of the county
Seen Eamon McCamley’s old man
and I looked through the gap in the toilets
With the Reverend Aidan McCann.
Where the sems are so gay and so hearty
With cherries and away from their ma
But where are the boys that can pop them
Like the priests from the county Armagh?
CHORUS

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6.25
Well done posted to Archbishop Martin at Ara Coeli
Hope he likes the tune.
The fones between Clergy in Armagh has been going Non Stop thinking are they next.

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https://www.bishop-accountability.org/2022/07/catholic-reformers-want-big-changes-to-a-church-marred-by-sex-abuse/
Catholic reformers want big changes to a church marred by sex abuse
BUENOS AIRES (ARGENTINA)
The Economist [London, UK] July 14, 2022
Talk of schism is in the air
” It is just one of thousands of similar stories. Juan Cuatrecasas’s son attended a school in Bilbao run by Opus Dei, a Catholic institution. Around age 12, he became afraid of going, locking himself in bathrooms and suffering panic attacks. He told his parents that his religion teacher had brought him to his office, had him take off his shirt, sat him on his lap and showed him pictures of scantily clad women before touching him through his clothes. Later, he was violated with a pen.”

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Seamus viii at 6.35pm
Limerick deserves to win that game even though ref was bit biased at times. They seemed to have another gear when it matters especially in last 5 mins.
Problem that ref let it go was Limerick fouls whenever Kilkenny came near their 22 or goal line.
Overall it was a better final than last year despite some frees were given wrongly.

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Hi DG,
Belated happy birthday! I heard you are the big 50.
You’re only a toddler DG. 50 is the new 30.
Make sure to wear factor 50 sun lotion.
And no Phuket-in it.
Who were you supporting in the hurling?

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Leonie at 6.57pm
You were reading post from an impersonator re happy birthday. My birthday is many months down the road LOL.
I’m sunburnt already as I didn’t put any SF cream just for the day to boost up my vitamin D.
I was a neutral but sort of support Kilkenny cos Limerick was bit of a dirty team.
Phuket trip is a distinct possibility in 12 to 24 months time, no hurry though depending on Covid situation here and there.
Seamus at 8.55pm
Yes it’s a unforgiving task re referee but I knew his record over the last 4 years which had me saying, not good decision made by gaa. I would have preferred another ref from Tipperary, Trevor Horgan or Owens from wexford.
Kilkenny didn’t think in first 20 or 25 mins before they changed their tactics. Its all about preparation and getting it right on the day is no mean feat.
Pluses coming from today match was that Limerick is getting weaker over the years but winning at the same time. The strongest Limerick team was 3 years ago as counties teams are getting to know their weakness in the last 10 months.
Galway came close to it with new manager from cats, which isn’t that bad.
Adios 😁.

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DG 7:17, it was a close contest, in the heat of Croke Park. Kilkenny battled bravely. Limerick deserved to win. Limerick always created scores when under pressure. Kilkenny will regret some poor shooting.
Who would be a referee? It is an unforgiving task. The best team won. Lovely hurling! 🏑😎

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https://www.bishop-accountability.org/2022/07/the-catholic-church-should-scrap-the-requirement-for-priestly-celibacy/
The Catholic Church should scrap the requirement for priestly celibacy
VATICAN CITY (VATICAN CITY)
The Economist [London, UK] July 14, 2022
Let priests wed
“The Pope is not in the habit of taking advice from newspapers. After all, the Roman Catholic Church takes instruction from the creator of the universe. Nonetheless, Pope Francis has opened up a process whereby all 1.4bn Catholics can have a say about the future of the faith. If they want to reduce the scourge of sexual abuse by priests, they should demand an end to the rule requiring priestly celibacy.”

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‘the Roman Catholic Church takes instruction from the creator of the universe.’
If that were true the creator of the universe would be an imbecile and a sadist.

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@ 8:42.
If there was/is a Creator of the universe then, as you say, he/she/it, as well as being an imbecile and sadist, is surely utterly incompetent.
MMM

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I know of a priest from Grindr 🟡⚫️
He’s a very keen ‘behinder’ 🏳️‍🌈
Like butter wouldn’t melt 🌞
Forest-loving in his pelt 🌳
It’s about time he was given a minder 👬

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There is always a good turnout of comments for the old queen, Bp Pat. She has long since become… well, let’s just say, a staple of the blog.

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That nun assaulted those two beautiful young lesbians. Maybe she was miffed that they hadn’t invited her to join them in a threesome. 😂

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