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AN EMAIL TO PHONSIE THE TORMENTOR.

Dear Phonsie,

Over the past few days we have been dealing with your mistreatment and bullying of Father Richard Geoghegan on my blog:​ bishoppatbuckley.blog.

There are very few clerics on this island who will tell you to your face what they think of you.

But I am one who will!

You are a right wing and vicious episcopal bully. And like all bullies you bully people who are weak, sensitive and who cannot stand up to you.

It appears to me that you

1. May be a canonical Roman Catholic ( in the worse meaning of that term) but you are certainly not a Christian in any way.

2. That you have serious mental, emotional and psychosexual problems.

3. That you are simply a bully who needs to be tackled and brought down.

4. That you appear to enjoy inflicting hurt on people of all kinds and of all ages – especially vulnerable and weak people.

Your maltreatment of Father Geoghegan is despicable and dishonest. Richard always wanted to be a priest and you used a time of crisis in his life to walk all over him. Shame on you!

I do allow the right of reply on my blog and you are welcome to submit a reply for publication via​ bishopbuckley1@outlook.com

Add to that -​ your irrational outbursts on matter like the cervical cancer vaccination for girls, yoga and you bullying of people during church ceremonies -​ and the fact that you have young people living with you compound your absolute your unsuitability for either priesthood or episcopate.

Sincerely,

+ Pat Buckley

SAMPLE LAICISATION DOCUMENT FROM ROME.

SORRY FOR THE SLIGHTLY DISJOINTED LAYOUT BELOW TO PROTECT PERSONS

 

CONGREGATIO PRO CLERICIS  

(Dispensatio ab oneribus  Ordinatiioni conexis)  

 

Prot. N. 2018/32478/23  

 

JOHN MURPHY of the diocese of Dromore humbly requests dispensation from sacred celibacy and from the obligations connected to Sacred Ordination.  

 

The Holy Father FRANCIS,  

 

                                         on the 3rd day of March 2018  

 

after having received the report of the Congregation for the Clergy, has given his consent tothe request, together with the following provisions:  

1.  The Rescript comprising the grace of the dispensation, to be transmitted as soon aspossible by the Ordinary of the petitioner, in conformity with the norms found below (n. 2),  

a) takes effect from the moment in which it is notified to the petitioner;  

b. Includes inseparably a dispensation from celibacy at the same time as the loss of the


 

clerical state. These two elements can neverbe separated, being, in the current praxis, part of a single procedure;  

  1. if the petitioner is a religious, this Rescript also includes a dispensation from his vows;  
  2. in addition, said Rescript includes, if necessary, an absolution from censures;  

2.   The notification of the grace of dispensation for the petitioner may be done either personally (by the same Ordinary,by his delegate, or by an ecclesiastical notary) or by registered letter. The Ordinary must return a copy, duly signed by the petitioner, as ar. att-statior. of I*.- reception of that Rescriptand of the acc•ptar.ce of the norms.  

3.     The notification of the concession of the grace of dispensation must be registered in the baptismal registry of the home parish of the petitioner, to which the notice will be transmitted by the petitioner’s Ordinary.  

4.  Regarding the celebration of a canonical marriage, the norms found in the Code ofCanon Law on this matter(cf. cann. 1055-1140) must be applied,with respect for the sensibilities of the local faithful.  

5.   The ecclesiastical Authority to which it pertains to communicate the Rescript to the dispensed cleric, is to endeavor as far as possibleto see to it that he takes an active part in the life of the Peopleof God, in a manner consonant with his new state, to give edifying exampleand, thereby, show himself as a devotedson of the Church, fulfilling useful service to the Christian communityand placing at its servicethe gifis and talents given him by God. At the same time, he must be informed of the following points:  

a)   The dispensed cleric automatically loses the rightsproper to the clerical state, and all those connected to it, as well as the related obligations (cf. cann. 273-289); the dispensed  

The dispensed cleric will be able to exercise ecclesiastical offices that do not require Holy Orders, with the permission of the competent Bishop, having heard the Collegeof Consultors;  

b)    The dispensed cleric retains, however, the duties relative to the sacrament of Reconciliation in the case of a penitent in danger of death, as found in canons 976 and 986 §2;  

6.   It is desirable that the dispensed cleric be accepted in the community of the Church where he resides,to continue his journey, faithfulto the duties of his baptismal vocation. In receiving the dispensed cleric in the Church community tamquam laicus, it will be necessary for the Bishop to take care that any functions or services that may eventually be entrusted to him will notcause wonderment or scandalamong the faithful.  

7.  Considering the concrete circumstances, according to the prudent judgment of thecompetent Bishop, the dispensed clericwill be able to carry out a directive officeor the duty of teaching the theological disciplines in institutions of lower studies that depend upon ecclesiastical authority. The same holds for the dispensed cleric concerning the teaching of Religion in similar institutions that do not depend upon ecclesiastical authority.  

8.     In institutions of higher learning, that are in any way dependent upon ecclesiastical authority, the dispensed cleric will be unable to carry out a directive office. Nevertheless, this prohibition will be able to be removed by the Congregation for the Clergy, at the request of the competent Bishop, and after having consulted the Congregation for CatholicEducation, in such a way that the dispensed cleric may be able to fulfill some function in theological faculties or in equivalent institutions of academic formation, as well as in other institutions of higher learning that are in any way dependent upon ecclesiastical authority.  

9.    In institutions of higher learning, whether or not they are dependent upon ecclesiastical authority, the dispensed- cleric will not be able to teach properly theological disciplines, or those intimately connected to theology. Nevertheless, this prohibition will be able to be removed by the Congregation for the Clergy, at the request oftb.e competent Bishop, and after having consulted the Congregation for CatholicEducation.  

”10. The dispensed cleric is not able to fulfill formative functions in Seminaries or in equivalent institutions.  

11.At a convenient time, a brief reportshould be made to this Congregation on the completed notification and on the prospects for the dispensed cleric within the community of the Church.  

Given at the offices of the Congregation, on the 3rd of  March in the year 2018.  

 

Lazzaro You Heung sik ‘ Archbishop-Bishop Emeritus of Daejeon  

Prefect  

 

 

 

 

Date of notification                                  

 

 


 

Signature of Petitioner indicating acceptance  

 


 

I    Andrés Gabriel FerradaMoreira Titular Archbishop of Tiburnia Secretary  

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

Signature of Ordinary  

ARMAGH CLERICAL CHANGES

Rt Rev Mgr Colum Curry, PP, VG, Beragh, to be PE, AP, Kildress / Lissan

▪ V Rev Patrick McEnroe, PP, Darver & Dromiskin, to be PE, AP, Darver & Dromiskin

▪ V Rev Oliver Brennan, PP, Kilmore, to retire

▪ V Rev Sean McGuigan, PP, Ardboe, to retire

▪ V Rev Gerard Tremer, PP, VF, Lower Creggan to be PP, Ardboe

▪ V Rev Gerard Campbell, PP, VF, EV, Knockbridge and Kilkerley and Adm, Louth, also to be Adm, Darver & Dromiskin

▪ V Rev Michael C. Toner, PP, Portadown to be PP, Lower Creggan

▪ V Rev Seán McCartan, Ardee & Collon, to be PP, Beragh (Co Tyrone)

▪ V Rev Michael Sheehan, Adm, Holy Redeemer, to be PP, Portadown and Adm, Kilmore (Co Armagh)

▪ V Rev Mark O’Hagan, PP, VF, St Patrick’s, Dundalk, also to be Adm, Holy Redeemer, Dundalk

REV PAUL MURPHY, CC, ST PETER’S, DROGHEDA, TO BE CC, KILMORE (CO ARMAGH), AND TO SERVE IN THE ARMAGH INTER-DIOCESAN MARRIAGE TRIBUNAL

▪ Rev Maciej Zacharek, CC, St Patrick’s, Dundalk, Director of Studies, Redemptoris Mater Missionary Seminary, Dundalk, also to be CC, Holy Redeemer, Dundalk

▪ Rev Michael Darko, on loan from the Diocese of Wiawso, Ghana, CC, St Patrick’s, Dundalk, until 30 June 2022, returning to his diocese

▪ Rev Shajan Panjachickal Michael, on loan from the Eparchy of Kothamangalam, India, CC, Holy Redeemer, Dundalk, to complete his term in the pastoral care of the Syro-Malabar community

▪ Rev Peter Hassan, on loan from the Diocese of Jalingo, Nigeria, to be CC, St Patrick’s, Dundalk and Holy Redeemer, Dundalk

​ REV PIOTR WOJTALA, ON LOAN FROM THE DIOCESE OF OPOLE, POLAND, TO BE CC, ST PETER’S, DROGHEDA

▪ Rev Sijo John, on loan from the Diocese of Tellicherry, Kerala, India, to be CC, Louth and to assist in the pastoral care of the Syro-Malabar community

▪ Rev Sijo John, on loan from the Diocese of Tellicherry, Kerala, India, to be CC, Louth and to assist in the pastoral care of the Syro-Malabar community

▪ Rev Regi Meladath, on loan from the Archdiocese of Kottayam, Kerala, India, to be CC, Dungannon

▪ Rev Stefano Colleluori, newly-ordained, to be CC, Ardee & Collon

▪ Rev Colm Hagan, newly-ordained, to be CC, Donaghmore and Pomeroy

▪ Rev Stephen Wilson, newly-ordained, to be CC, St Patrick’s, Dundalk, and Holy Redeemer, Dundalk

▪ Deacon Carlos Esteban Rojo, newly-ordained, on loan to Diocese of Dromore

▪ Deacon Patrick Butterly, newly-ordained Permanent Deacon, to serve in the Parish of Termonfechin

▪ Deacon George Kingsnorth, newly-ordained Permanent Deacon, to serve in the Parishes of Dromintee and Faughart

▪ Deacon Eunan McCreesh, newly-ordained Permanent Deacon, to serve in the Cathedral Parish, Armagh