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Francis Protects Prominent Jesuit Priest Accused of Sexual Abuse of Nuns

Father Marko Ivan Rupnik, a Jesuit artist who founded the Centro Aletti for East-West cultural dialogue in Rome, has been accused of sexually abusing at least three nuns in Slovenia in 1992 and 1993.

The Italian publication Left has reprinted an August 2021 letter by a former nun to Pope Francis—a letter that she said has received no response.

According to an accompanying article—which relies on an anonymous source—the alleged abuse came to light after a 2019 Vatican visitation to the Slovenian religious community to which the nuns belonged. The Congregation (now Dicastery) for the Doctrine of the Faith reportedly began to conduct a trial, “but then everything remained on hold for a long period between 2020 and the end of 2021.” Early in 2022, the Congregation reportedly issued its ruling, and the Society of Jesus has imposed some restrictions on his ministry.

In 1996, Pope St. John Paul II entrusted Father Rupnik with the task of directing the renovation of the Redemptoris Mater Chapel in the Apostolic Palace. In 2016, Pope Francis celebrated Mass at the Centro Aletti to mark the center’s 25th anniversary. In 2020, Father Rupnik took the place of Cardinal Raniero Cantalamessa, the preacher of the papal household, in delivering a Friday Lenten sermon to the Pope and members of the Roman Curia.

RUPNIK WORKED ON CHAPEL IN IRISH COLLEGE ROME

PAT SAYS

The sexual abuse of nuns by bishops and priests is a very under reported RCC scandal.

And yet it is a very old and universal scandal.

And there is a history of bishops and nuns making nuns pregnant.

In the past especially nuns were very vulnerable to clerics. They were second class citizens.

I can remember saying Mass for nuns and staying afterwards for breakfast and I was treated like a pope or king.

Convents were full of estrogen and the sense of frustrated motherhood was very noticeable.

Also, nuns could be very unkind to each other.

Many nuns became emotionally attached to priests and were easy prey.

But that does not give any cleric the right to use or abuse them.

107 replies on “Francis Protects Prominent Jesuit Priest Accused of Sexual Abuse of Nuns”

Mother Immaculata has totally lost the plot with her ongoing infatuated with Silverstream chancer, Dom Mark Kirby.

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Is Mark Kirby still shacked up with all those Belgian nuns in the middle of nowhere?

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If Pope denied it doesn’t mean it never happened… It is his own truth. No outsiders could know the real truth and no one does care what happen inside the walls of Roman catholic Empire…
It is part of catholic culture confess but never repent!!!

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Given Kirby’s record, getting a bit of hassle from an infatuated Mother Superior might make him understand why unwanted boundary crossing isn’t a slight fault, but a major one.

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Did you not abuse nuns by your retrospective language? You refer dishonestly towards them. In our day teachers hit us – laity and religious. Nothing new. I do not agree that nuns should be imported from poorer countries to act as housekeepers and cooks for bishops or priests in Rome. That’s an abuse. The Slovenian Jesuit has questions to answer. His behaviour is shameful.

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Priests abusing nuns, is there no end to all the disgusting things these church fellas get up to. Day after day, more depravity revealed on this blog & other media.

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“But that does not give any cleric the right to use or abuse them.”
The abuse of anyone is obviously wrong. The perpetrators must be brought to justice. The obsession with minimising scandal isn’t just for abuse crimes. A priest merely speaks out. Ray Browne cut down the priest. All to minimise a perceived scandal. What was the scandal? Has Ray Browne confirmed that he will be offering blessings of love for the LGBT+ community?
Tom Deenihan then banishing the true Prior of Silverstream to the wilderness for merely calling out wrong doing and double life characters. Shame on Tom. Most unChristian.
Phonsie then embarrassingly supporting the wayward abbot. When the abbot and abbot general resigned, Phonsie was completely exposed to embarrassment.
Ray, Tom and Phonsie are an absolute disgrace. They should resign. There needs to be a clear out of bishops who have clearly shown that they cannot be trusted. Episcopal leaders must lead with integrity. Is that asking for too much?

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Seamus, I applaud your call for Ray, Tom and Phonsie to resign. I agree with you. There needs to be a clear out of bishops who have clearly shown that they cannot be trusted. We don’t need Episcopal leaders unable to lead with integrity.

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The Abbot General retired because he was 2 years over his legal limit to hold that position due to Covid. His resignation had nothing to do with the shameless conduct of those other charlatans you mention.

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2.10
Save some of that bile, Shammy, for yourself, because if you remain a part of this institution, then you are complicit in what it does.

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Precisely, 9:56.
Thank you, God, that Tom Deenihan is worse than me although I still support a cult with a child rape history as long as my arm.

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2:10 Abbot Richard Purcell could do no wrong in the eyes of his friends, Abbot Coffey, Bishop Monahan & others. The visitation was predictably ineffectual, just a front because they felt they had to be seen to be doing “something” when it became impossible to shield the antics of Rawhide from the public eye. Of course, true to form, Roman Catholic hierarchy don’t give a damn what abuse or wrong doing their members deliver on the unsuspecting public, all they care about is covering up any hint of the truth being revealed because that lowers their income. Sick and twisted clerics obsessed with money & strange depravity in forests, church altar at midnight & bondage rooms in priest saunas & whatever else we don’t yet know about. They are obviously extremely angry that anyone finds out about it so engage in intimidatory behaviour & attemot to make themselves look like the victims so vigorously supporting the morally and legally reprehensible actions of their colleagues and associates.

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10:40 Any word on MIAs Harding/Treacy? Fr Fitzgerald once worked in the Diocesan office in Roscrea.

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2.10
Delusional comment: “A priest merely speaks out.”
Very poor judgement on your part if that is how you characterise the priest’s a tion, which was a travesty of Christian understanding of sexuality.
You don’t deserve to have your comments here taken seriously if that is your considered conclusion.

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2:10 sadly, it seems that it is asking for too much. They are lost souls, light on their feet, dancing in close tandem with the devil himself.

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In this week’s issue of The Irish Catholic, Bishop Tom Deenihan has said Christmas is a time to invite people who may have stopped coming, back to the weekly worship.
His comments come as Church leaders are increasingly concerned with a drop of as much as 50% Mass attendance in some parishes.
There is an opportunity for people to encounter Christ “in the Eucharist, in the church, in the community, as well as on the computer screen” this Christmas, the Bishop of Meath said this week.

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I don’t know what ‘encountering Christ in the weekly worship’ means. On the solemn feast of the Immaculate Conception fifteen parishioners (of a large D & C Parish) were treated to about twenty minutes of a rushed mass. Father hardly drew breath from start to finish, no sermon, no prayers of the faithful leaving me wondering what I came out for. I mean, the feast warrented a more prayer celebration.
Sundays are usually a bit better but the sermons are read from a script which I suspect he copies from some book he has on his desk. Nothing comes from the heart and nothing comes from his lived experience of Jesus. Bland, lacking committment to a prayer life and certainly has no connection to our struggles as we go about our daily chores trying to respond to the challenges of the gospel.
If God is good and I know he is, he must have a plan to get us through all the difficulties faced by people in every corner of the world; our problems coping with inflation but more especially the people of Ukraine terrorised by Putin, not to mention the people of parts of Africa plighted by corruption and famine. Surely the Church (Pope, Bishop, Priest and theologians and each of us) should be crying foul from the roof tops and mobilising a responce in the name of Jesus.
My understanding of the Bible is a story of God’s constant love for everyone throughout the world irrespective of gender, race or creed. We fail the challenges of responding to that love and throughout history his priests and prophets have encouraged a change of heart and a new committment to him many times over. Now is a time for those priests and prophets to stir our hearts and give us hope.
Weekly worship is one thing but its credibility depends on living out the gospel, dying to the old self and being born again into a new way of living together. Instead of bland sermons we need brave teaching and social action as part of our parish experience. There are notable examples of spirit filled responces which are regularily trotted out when our church is challenged but they are not enough. I live in hope our church can adequately respond but I fear it’s time is up.
However, if each of us pray: ‘Create for me a clean heart, O God and put a new and right spirit within me’ (Psalm 51), there might still be hope.

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When the Eucharists are not obvious gay and Cardinal and Bishop then I might refund Jesus in them…
At the time being it is impossible. I loathe them all!!!

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The sexual abuse, including rape, of religious sisters and nuns by bishops and priests was highlighted by Sr. Maura O Donoghue in an extensive research report in 1994. Of course the Vatican ostriches buried the report. What’s new in the Vatican! Ireland was included in Sr. Maura’s report. Sexual abusive acts, including rape, are extremely serious criminal offences but are also grievous boundary violations of another person’s bodily integrity. A perpetrator who commits such criminal acts is far more likely to commit such boundary violations again. I often wonder how many unreported rapists walk the streets of our country, including those claiming to be ‘ontologically changed agents’ or men who were mitred.
https://www.bishop-accountability.org/news2019/01_02/2019_02_10_Patsy_Times_The_Irish.htm

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It’s another example of clerical power, authority and exceptionalism taking advantage of those lower down the food chain and taking what they want. Yes, these priests got their rocks off, but more importantly they lauded over their victims through power and control. Which is why it is necessary for clergy and their culture to be brought low. This blog is a good start at that. But, that process won’t be complete until the clerical structure itself is dismantled and demolished and clergy have to stand by themselves and accountable for their actions, past and present. Rupnik et al have got away with it for too long, but it is good that, at last, the past is catching up with them. He probably thought he was good, and going to get away with it. Well, it’s a salutary lesson to any priest that eventually you will be found out. So, beware !

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While priesthood (hierarchy) remains in the Church, these, and other abuses, will continue.
Safeguarding commissions and suchlike are not the magic bullet for restoring moral credibility to the Church: there never was any such credibility, except arguably in the very early stages of the Church’s life.
Set up as many safeguarding commissions as imagination and inclination allow, but until it is accepted that priesthood itself brings out, encourages, and facilitates the worst in human nature, the Church will remain in perpetual moral darkness rather than the light to which Jesus originally called it.

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I was chaplain to a Carmelite Monastery of nuns and you could smell the estrogen. Fortunately, as I was under 40, their constitution forbade me to hear their confessions.

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Would the priest who posted on here yesterday about the food and entertainment for pensioners in his parish please confirm the location for the benefit of elderly wishing to attend? Thank you.

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St Fantasia’s parish,
Alibi Road,
Nowhere,
Ireland.
The festivities start at 11:58 precisely. All welcome.

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I don’t understand the difficulty. It’s a well known warm and welcoming worship space. PP: Very Rev Walter Mitty.

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Are you absolutely sure this is the correct address? You’re not mistaking
it with something else such as a dream or a story or a TV programme?

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10:16 in the absence of a response with a traceable address, you should conclude that yesterday’s post from the priest was LIES. No free dinner for the poor from the church.

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4:05 The comment was posted by a priest or other apologist of the Roman Catholic church. Of course it was lies!

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Sadly many clerics and their cohorts use their roles in the church as a vehicle for all manner of abuse and anti- social behaviour toward anyone they view as a threat to their cozy arrangements. That is why they are so paranoid and defensive. Wolves in sheep’s clothing.

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10.24: I don’t think clerics are as paranoid as you imagine. Protesting against lies is legitimate and as is condemnation of generalised, stereotypical judgments about all. TRUTH is important: LIES distort and are an injustice to all clerics who are genuine in their ministry, of whom there is a huge number. But then, we are dealing with distortionists every day on this blog…

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11:49 Gaslighting is the standard strategy. Thank you for proving 10:24’s point.

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1:01 deliberately inciting hatred to protect church interests is an extremely serious matter.

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11:49 once again, Fr Gaslighter, you are reminded that Bishop Pat Buckley provides this blog to support persons with verified complaints connected to the Roman Catholic Church in Ireland and elsewhere.

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Obviously the function of PayPal enclosure is to keep the priests on the other side of the turn. I know the bishop can enter it technically, but that would be likely to be a ceremonial occasion with witnesses, unless we know of bishops popping into the enclosure for some nookie with the abbess.

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1.01: Cliched jargon like “gaslighting” is used all too stupidly by twats who hate being challenged about their LIES….a word, sadly, used by unintelligent peoole who don’t know its meaning..

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3:29 A demonstration is always more helpful than a definition, so thank you.

This, folks is the actual reply you get from the cult when you go to them about abuse.

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Unrelated, but why was there a mass exodus of seminarians from the Scots College over the summer? Some very good men left.

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Scottish Parishioner.
never a mass exodus when very few at Scots College.
The New Rector does not agree with Gay activitites and Parties !!!
They used to say during vocations week the number for each Dioceses this year they just asked for money for vocations.
Strangely enough a former seminarian that was rejected by Bill Nolan when he was at Galloway was accepted by Big Hugh (Daisy Chain) as Administrator of Glasgow
Glasgow clergy are asking if he was not fit for Galloway why is Bill Nolan not say he is unfit for Glasgow.
The “new” Glasgow seminarian has said it is to be nearer celtic Park as he is a season ticket holder and he featured in the Priests School on BBC

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Many are called but few are chosen, Scottish parishoner. Though in Top Pats we used to say that many are cold but few are frozen.

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Any info on the future plans of parishes been put together to share resources in the Archdiocese Of Dublin. Only saw a clipping in the Irish Catholic.

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1.59: Don’t be worried Bob’s your Uncle unless you’re a willing participant in parish ministries, groups or organizations. The info you’re looking for is being sought with malicious intent, simoly for gossip. Incidentally, in our Partnership of Parishes, all are content and happy, as are most Partnership Parishes in the Dublin Diicese. Tough shitty if you’re out of the loop!! Stay away.

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3:26 willing participants acting in full knowledge of the consequences for others of their actions on behalf of RCC.

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4.08: Tell me what’s vile about 3.26. Think you can’t decipher comments too intelligently. You don’t like the truth – whow!

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7:49 what’s a self confessed intellectual like you doing on this blog? What’s in it for you?

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I find it despicable that a reprobate such as Rupnik, has got away with his sexually abusive and, psychological abuse crimes involving nuns, for so long. The Indian Bishop Franco Mulakkal who serially raped a nun in India, he got away on a technicality in court. That underhanded deceitful
bas—d Cardinal Oswald Gracias, has not extended a finger to help her, even though he is Francis right hand man.
Gracias that same Cardinal covering up for Bishop Kannikadass William Antony of Mysore who fathered children.
That’s just the tip of the iceberg.
What an awful organisation it is, it and, it’s misogynistic hierarchy who haven’t a shred of respect for women, why would they? Most of them are not interested in women from any point of view, except for to use women as skivvies, irrespective of their education, academic achievements, or skills, why those women put up with it is beyond any reasonable understanding.

1)Catholic Priest Impregnates 30 Roman Sisters – – Herald.nghttps://www.herald.ng › Crime › Scandal
14 Aug 2020
2)TWO PROMINENT INDIAN BISHOPS MUST GO
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: 08-17-2022.
3)Accused hailed and acquitted, victim shamed by Court and Church: A timeline of the Bishop Franco Mulakkal case
On January 14, 2022,
4)’I Just Froze’: Former Nun Talks About Experiences Of Sexual …https://www.npr.org › 2019/02/09 › former-nun-talks-abo…
9 Feb 2019
On, and on and on……………..

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It has been said on this blog before but the TRUTH about abuse by clerics in Asia & Africa is only beginning to emerge. The world ain’t seen nothing yet.

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QP@ 2:59pm
According to Peter Murnane, the historical claim about clerics being different has created a power structure in the church and resulted in the church becoming a hierarchical pyramid of several strata: bishops priests deacons and laity. He defines clericalism as attitudes and culture that excessively idealize the role of clerics and gives them preference as persons as if clerics are superior to other members of the church. Clerical privilege makes sexual abuse more likely and has led most bishops to conceal it. In effect clericalism has created a caste system in the church. Fr. Peter Murnane is the author of Clerical Errors: How Clericalism Betrays the Gospel and How to Heal the Church.

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Ontological change of clergy is the fake decoy from theosis for all believers, making laity without any hope in Christ or Holy Spirit, giving synodalists their false opening to accuse us of “lack of conversion” and no or unformed conscience as defined by them – and this was not at all what parishioners input when coming forward 18 months ago.

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The Franciscan Friars based in Clonmel Co. Tipperary announced
September they are leaving the Diocese of Waterford and Lismore.
The Franciscans arrived in the Diocese around the year 1245 and
set up a friary in Waterford city and later in Clonmel. Their final Mass
will be celebrated in Clonmel Friary Church on the 6th of January 2023.

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Vat II didn’t reform any of the wrongs, it made them worse by teaching us not to pray.

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5:07
Is it all the will of God Bella. Maybe all the abuse all the bishops covering up priests wearing polyester no vocations no latin Mass churches closing maybe its all the will of God.

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4.07: Most commenters get fed up after a few days of repeat stories and even more fed up with crap like yours..What a small mind you have!!

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6.22: And…It’s always interesting when you, sir/madam, keep repeating silly sound bytes…Doesn’t appear that there’s a smart, intelligent person behind these 18 words!! Nope.

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7:46 Always nice to see the famed catlick kindness in operation. Lucky I’m not in a mother and baby home 😳

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JESUIT PRIESTS DEMAND TRANSPARENCY IN VATICAN ARTIST CASE
By Nicole Winfield
December 7, 2022
“ROME (AP) — One of the Vatican’s leading Jesuit advisers on preventing clergy sexual abuse called Wednesday for church authorities to shed more light on the case of a famous Jesuit artist who wasn’t sanctioned by the Holy See after he was accused of spiritually abusing women during confession. The Rev. Hans Zollner said the recent statement by the Jesuit order about the Rev. Marko Ivan Rupnik “raised questions that, as far as I see, can only be answered by the Dicastery for the Doctrine of the Faith.”
“Zollner said it was his “firm belief that transparency in the Church, including the Society of Jesus, is essential in order to combat the scourge of abuse in all its forms.”
https://apnews.com/article/religion-3a262b6f1eb6981436b747b175b66a41

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What a pity that yesterday’s contributor on how his/her/their parish where helping out in these difficult times and seeking volunteers, couldn’t take the time to post information about how we can volunteer.
One could be forgiven for thinking that maybe such a parish doesn’t exist.

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Cyberpunk
There is many things that people can help out in any parish in the Roman Catholic Church as the Mission of the Church is to allow the Clergy to do the roles they are Ordained for and that is the Sacraments of the Church.
So most important training is given where needed and some of the roles in every parish needs your help
Safeguarding, Cleaning, Finance,Readers, Welcomers, Sacristians, Extraordinary Ministers of the Eucharist, Admin, Music Players and Singers. Parish Councils and the list goes on.
It is the people’s Church.
And to quote an Archbishop lately the problem of clergy shortage (really too many Masses and Building) and other problems are NOT his they are OURS and the Church

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‘the Mission of the Church is to allow the Clergy to do the roles they are Ordained for’
That’s not what Jesus said it was but still…

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7:39
Howya Jim. Hows life in bonnie Scotland? It’s the peoples church when convenient. So who controls the purse strings- have you any coverups to
tell us about Jim or it too inconvenient to say?

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Thank you for your response. I am more than aware of the many things that can be done to help out in a parish.

If you read yesterday’s blog, you will realise I was questioning the ‘apparent’ lack of action on the part of the church to address the issue of rising heating and food costs for the less fortunate.

A contributor challenged me on my question and spoke about how their parish was doing great things and challenging me to volunteer.

I’m unaware of any parish offering any assistance and certainly not the generous provision they claim their parish is making.

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7:39 WTF is an Extraordinary Minister of the Eucharist? Do I bring my broomstick?

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@ 7:39pm
What a load of shite from you know who, ‘Welcomers’,Music Players, Singers! It sounds like a list for some woke group. Quoting Bunty Nolan saying too many Masses!!! He and the other useless bishops are the PROBLEM for us and The Church.🙄

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CRISIS OF CONFIDENCE OVER CARDINAL SHAKES COLOGNE CATHOLICS
By Kirsten Grieshaber
today.
“COLOGNE, Germany (AP) — An unprecedented crisis of confidence is shaking a historic center of Catholicism in Germany — the Archdiocese of Cologne. Catholic believers have protested their deeply divisive archbishop and are leaving in droves over allegations that he may have covered up clergy sexual abuse reports.While Cardinal Rainer Maria Woelki’s personal fate is in the hands of Pope Francis, the drama has reverberations nationwide, given that the Cologne archdiocese has more Catholics than any other in Germany — about 1.8 million.” “I will leave the church,” says Peter Barzel, 65, a member of the St. Margareta parish in Duesseldorf.” “I will certainly miss something when I leave the church, because the Christian faith is something you share with other people,” he said. “But I can no longer support this system.”

https://apnews.com/article/pope-francis-religion-germany-cologne-35c3b583ec698ef189f21d7503e0aa40

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8.25: Tell us what Jesus said. Illuminate us with your erudition and wisdom! Be generous with your knowledge.

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No benedictine Year Book for 2023 due to No Editor and therefore if any Benedictine or Cistercians Order information needed you have to purchase the National Directory at 55 Euro’s.
Some orders are placing their community on their web sites others is using the foolish excuse due to GDPR they cannot name their community which is not accurate as every dioceses have their Clergy listed.

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And they were happy to have their names in the yearbook up to now.
Given that it’s been published by the EBC all the way through repeated kiddy fiddling scandals my money would be on declining sales and lack of manpower.

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6.22: Cyberpunk. Thus is a most crazy, bizarre statement to make. You and others frequently attack clergy and in some cases you’re justified. However, most commenters are not in the slightest concerned about the good initiatives happening in parishes nor do they have any regard for the faithful people of God in parishes, accusing them of being aligned with clericalism. It’s an offensive jydgment to make abiut genuinely good, committed and caring parishioners who give generously of their time in upbuilding their parish community. You don’t require any priest to inform you as to how you can be involved in your parish. Go to your local P.P. or join St. v. De Paul or a Justice Group or a Visiting Group for the elderly and housebound…No shortage of things you can do if you’re willing. Keep your eyes open.

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‘accusing them of being aligned with clericalism’
That’s because they are. That’s exactly what we’re saying. 🙄
‘give generously of their time in upbuilding their parish community’
And that is exactly what we’re saying is the problem. It’s about the parish, it’s about the church, you’re not being useful.
You identify yourselves as good and outsiders, especially critics, can never compare with you. You are exactly describing how any cult functions, including yours.

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8.16: Thank God we have people in our parishes who are SALT OF THE EARTH, the people Jesus speaks about, the ones who are truly good, sincere and committed to following Jesus and who try to live his gospel. Our parish communities are filled with these “gospel people”. We exclude no one in our parish: many have worked to make our community a warm, welcoming and inclusive community, underpinned by GOSPEL values. You, like Cyberpunk, obviously don’t participate in any parish community. Yet, you pronounce a narrative of cynical judgments against the many who care for and upbuild their parish community. I stand by my 7.44 comment and may I respectfully suggest that you look beyond this blog to find the truth of my experience in Parishes where I continually meet wonderfully kind and caring peoole who “look out for one another” as the gospel asks of us! Your last sentence displays your nonsense and bigoted narrative. Join a parish community!!

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9:18 Ft Warm-Welcoming
How did the pensioners’ Christmas (on the 10th supposedly) dinner go?

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7:44 Some of us speak as we find and we watch our backs and keep our eyes open based on our experiences of the clericals and their volunteers.

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12.25: Answer: Absolutely superb. The best ever and enjoyed by all. Thank you for your prayers!!

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Calm down dear, I am only asking a simple question of one contributor who was telling us of the great and generous work their parish does in this time of economic crises.
I would go to my local PP but while I’m out trying to earn a living or volunteering with a homeless shelter he’s too busy trying to get 18 holes in up in Massarrene Golf club at least 3 days a week AND, if the parish gossip is anything to go by, the holes in the green or not the only ones he’s trying to fill.
So, you will forgive me for being cynical about the efforts of parishes to help anyone in these difficult times – and if there is any good work to being done in parishes it’s probably at the hands of some real Christian men and women and not these ‘whited sepulchres’ who can’t even be bothered to hide the corruption within.

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9.10: Seems like you’ve resorted to lies. Great. Cynical. You’ll make a big difference to the world.

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RTE 1 – The Late Late Show
9:30pm Friday 9th December 2022
Siblings Mark and David Ryan will speak with presenter Ryan Tubridy about the abuse they endured as children on the grounds of Blackrock College for the first time since RTE aired the documentary ‘Blackrock Boys’ last month. Since then, hundreds of abuse victims have come forward for the first time as a direct result of the Ryan brothers speaking out.

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8:17 The Ryan brothers spoke frankly and bravely but the fact remains that their lives have clearly been ruined by these monster priests & those who protect them. Very difficult to stomach.

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