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ROBERT BYRNE – MY LETTER TO ARCHBISHOP MC MAHON.

BYRNE
MC MAHON

Dear Archbishop McMahon,

You will be aware by now that the apostolic nuncio, Archbishop Gugerotti, has forwarded my correspondence with him to your goodself as he says you are the appropriate person to investigate the priest’s complaint against Bishop Robert Byrne.

I have strongly advised the priest to make a formal complaint to the police and I hope you will encourage him to do the same, even if it delays your own investigation, as would be normal.

The priest has been very upset by this matter and eventually found himself able to share his suffering with fellow clergy at a deanery meeting.

A considerable number of the priests if his diocese are aware of this serious matter.

The diocesan bishop is aware of the complaint and has been, according to reports, extremely kind and gentle with the priest.

It is extremely difficult for a Catholic priest to make such a serious complaint against a Catholic bishop. It takes great courage on the part of the priest to do so.

I know that you will investigate this matter without fear or favour and get to the whole truth and see that justice is done.

Sincerely,

+ Pat Buckley

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106 replies on “ROBERT BYRNE – MY LETTER TO ARCHBISHOP MC MAHON.”

@ 11:03pm

We can only thank Almighty God that this magnificent Catholic Sanctuary will be closed, thus ensuring that it can’t be used by Polydom for their dreadful so-called ‘liturgies’. In a setting built for the AMDG.

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@10.46
Bella are you still not attending Holy Mass yet come on here to tell us either us with True Tradition of Our Faith but not traditionalist what we should do.
Oh we get it using RCC Canon Law on canonical age when it suits however it does not stop you entertaining 🙂 🙂 🙂
It has been said you blow a good trumpet 😉 🙂 🙂

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One of the reasons it’s locked up most of the year (apart from the obvious lack of a congregation and 20 sems would look silly in that empty space) is because of thefts and vandalism by Maynooth University students, who shouldn’t even be on the campus in the first place.

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@ 3:22pm
No Netty I was at the 9:00am Mass. when did you get back from Gran Canaria with your priest partner?🤣🤣🤣 I have now added Walter Mitty to your litany of names, you’ve certainly created more fantasies for your sad life than even he could. We know that you don’t entertain since nobody would come near you. It has been said that your always blowing your own trumpet about all your fantasy good works🙄 Its all in vain as nobody believes you.😏

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Gosh, Brendan Marshall has filled out. Is Sugar Puffs looking for a new honey monster mascot?

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Pat I love it when you give the clergy an opportunity to show their propensity for childish insults, bullying and threats and they rise to it like this.
Note also that the so-called ‘good’ clergy aren’t calling this out.

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@ 4.53
It was wonderful in the GC first time and loved even booked for Spring 23 God willing.
Got back last night thats the beauty of staying in Glasgow within the reach of the Airport.
As for my partner of two years that would be telling and we will see what 2023 brings in Glasgow changes.
I do not need anyone to believe me or in me as I have only one Boss (Christ the King) and I strive to serve him in his vineyard and he knows me as we move forward to celebrate his birth so may you get many blessings from him.
God Bless

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@ 5:34pm

Good God Walter it’s worse than I thought, you must return to reality, you are still known to be in Ardeer and your partner of two years does not exist. Any changes in Glasgow wont affect you since you have nothing to do with Glasgow except your fixation. You really need to get out of that vineyard it has you stocious altogether. May The Divine Child of Bethlehem grant you the gift of reality. P.S. just checked there were no arrivals from Gran Canaria in Glasgow last night. God Bless.

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Pat, while you rightly ask that the abuse of a priest be thoroughly investigated and action taken, isn’t it strange that you then abuse a priest in effeminising his name – “fanny” ? And by circling those present, are you not descending to abuse of another kind? I’m confused about your mind at times!

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@ 11:21pm

It is appalling that the dreadful Fanny Mullaney is still in situ despite what is known about him. Unfortunately there are a lot more Fanny’s than Mullaney starting at very top!

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1:26 that’s old hat. Obese Padres are frowned on by hierarchy as are a recognised liability now, more risk of them being found dead in embarrassing circumstances like the politician with the orange stuck in his gob plus lack of vocations make RC even more reliant on the lay Mob to keep the show on the road.

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@ 11.49
You have never had it so Good under the Supreme Pontiff the Holy Father Francis.
The Traditionalist will be brought into line to follow Tradition under the Vatican Two reforms.

We follow the Beatitudes and you should try it with the poor and needy, the sick andthe lonely to start with.

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There’s nothing religious about it. It’s a ludicrously overcroweded, frantic in atmosphere concert, celebrating Christmas in Advent and attended by hatchet-faced Repeal the 8th CINOs who hate the seminary and the Church. And as to why hangers on like Marshall and the Trolley Dolly are there is anyone’s guess.

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12:09 Very intrigued as to why you have to display your bitterness about it every year. When did you get thrown out of seminary? 😂

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PS. I’m a member of a notorious Maynooth class. Not sure if that narrows it down much, if you’re trying to work out who I am, though!

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If this were a priest, he would be placed on immediate administrative leave during the investigation and forced to undergo a psychological assessment at St Luke’s. Why does Bishop Billy Bunter get special treatment?

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Because he’s a bishop. The church is modelled on a mediaeval city state and everything exists to serve the nobility.
Hadn’t you noticed?

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10:21 any update on the Swiss Guard at the Vatican and the connection to the child body found.

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– Aux Bp Em Kenney only got moved from another jurisdiction entirely, because his order wanted to move him and because CBCEW were a sociologist short at the time
– have high profile portfolios got anything to do with this?
– Bp Byrne appears very converted to the synodal (out of date 2023 anyway), at least the people in the background have the decency to be scratching their heads

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Tom Deenihan is an Episcopal gangster. These episcopal charlatans must be forced to step down. Tables were overturned in the temple.
Tom Deenihan is scheduled to be in Episcopal office for at least another 20 years! These bishops should not serve for more than 6 years.
Beware of false prophets, who come to you in sheep’s clothing but inwardly are ravenous wolves. You will recognize them by their fruits.

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12:04 it’s becoming more difficult for them to hide their juicy fruits harvested via the most dubious of methods. Any update on the plight of Dom. Benedict Andersen? We remember him in our prayers. No bed in the manger of the Roman Catholic Church for honest persons. Don’t look back, you are not going that way. Keep Safe.

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12.04 Tom is not alone. The majority are gangsters & the rest complicit in own interests as they’ve given their life to church so irretrievably tied to the clerical retirement and end of life care funds duly registered with the charity regulator.

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“I know that you will investigate this matter without fear or favour and get to the whole truth and see that justice is done.” No hope Pat ! His mission will be to cover things up .Get the Bishop off the hook , and for the Priest never to go to the police .The institution looks after itself at all costs , and does not give a dam about the victims .In complaints like this it is wrong the church conducts the investigation in to a Bishop .That in no way , shape , or form can be seen as impartial.

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Conclusion:
Disobeying your bishop is wrong in the church but abuse is just fine.
It’s like the church teaches that sex should only be within marriage but really teaches that it’s just fine to be covered up and facilitated if it’s with a child.

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The media are silent on the current Rupnik case. There was always a greater good to protect rather than give justice to the victims of these spiritual monsters: the reputation of the Church, or now, the success of Francis’s papacy.
Winning the ecclesio-political battle, that’s what counts, right?

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Without doubting the truth of what you say, I also think dirty old clergy are not news any more because it would be like publishing the same story every day.

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Rights and obligations in any matter often can seem in conflict. However, the person who really wants to get to the truth and do the very best in any situation is the person who is able to embrace, respect and contain rights and obligations on every side. So, in the case of + Byrne, it is right that the alleged victim is supported and has all the care and concern that he needs. It is equally true that + Bryne himself, the alleged perpetrator, also has all the support that he needs in a time of great personal, professional, spiritual and emotional turmoil. Saying this does not in the slightest diminish the rights and obligations of either party. They both need to be addressed and honoured. Anybody of good will, any conciliator or intermediary, who wants to see justice and truth prevail will know that this obligation of care and concern has to be embraced for both parties.

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+ McMahon is a bumptious, over confident big lout, and I don’t think he will take the slightest bit of notice of the letter you have sent him. He will do what he thinks is the best, for himself firstly, then for the institutional Church, and then for + Byrne. He won’t have the slightest interest in the alleged complainant / victim, or the truth and reality of what has allegedly taken place. So, do not expect a reply, + Pat. Rather keep publishing stuff on here. We all know that they, bishops and priests, take a look at this blog to find out what is being said, and to get a drift of the talk and who is doing what, where, how and with whom. Many bishops and clergy check in regularly in trepidation, crapping themselves that their names will appear on these pages. So, if nothing else, this blog keeps them on their toes, which is no bad thing. We wouldn’t want them feeling too comfortable, now, would we…?!

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Yes, one of the many valuable aspects of the blog is that it keeps bishops, priests and seminarians on their toes. Without the blog, things would be a lot worse and the Maynooth summer of love would have gone unnoticed and unchallenged. The bishops aren’t interested in clerical misbehaviour and abuse, the seminary formators turn a blind eye or are complicit themselves and the Catholic media have a “don’t ask, don’t tell” approach. Grossly unsuitable candidates still get ordained (eg Mullaney’s guests), but Pat has at least reduced the flow of them.

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Why do people in the 21st century accept terms and conditions that belong in the middle ages? In my 40 odd years in the workplace I never had to put up with this. I can remember an incident in the 1970s when a 17 girl was being groomed by a middle aged married man. It was very quickly noticed and stopped. There have always been bullies and predators who prey on the vulnerable. It’s common in families and playgrounds… but there are usually people overseeing the group to nip it in the bud. Why does this not happen in the church? Have we not moved on from Peter Damian and the lack of interest by the Pope at the time? No matter how prettily the churches are dressed this Christmas, if this is allowed to go on, it merely skims and films the ulcerous place, whilst rank corruption mines all within. This really infects the whole body. It is gross.

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If you’re not familiar with it you may want to look up the case of Dominic Raab, a UK government minister with multiple complaints of bullying but who hasn’t even been suspended.
Corrupt institutions do this and you’re lucky not to have faced a workplace like that (I have, twice!).
Of course one would reasonably expect the one holy Catholic and apostolic church not to be like that. 😂

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CLERICAL ABUSE ‘AN OPEN WOUND THAT HAS NEVER BEEN ABLE TO HEAL’ ADMITS ARCHBISHOP EAMON MARTIN
Church leader supports criminal prosecutions — and church should be open to official inquiries
Independent [Dublin, Ireland]
Rodney Edwards
December 18 2022
“The leader of the Catholic Church in Ireland has said he is “deeply ashamed” of the horrific sexual abuse inflicted on children by members of the Spiritan Order . More than 300 people have claimed to have been abused by 78 Spiritan priests at Blackrock College and other schools and colleges in Ireland dating back to the 1980s.
In an interview with the Sunday Independent, Archbishop Eamon Martin said clerical abuse in Ireland “is like an open wound that has never been able to heal”.

https://www.independent.ie/irish-news/news/clerical-abuse-in-ireland-an-open-wound-that-has-never-been-able-to-heal-admits-archbishop-eamon-martin-42227596.html

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It’s good that he realises that it is still an open wound and is going to continue inflicting grievous harm on all concerned, not least the victims. The laity were considered in their response, at least initially, thinking that this was just, as they were told, “bad apples”. But the last 25 years have shown institutional and systemic rot at the heart of the Church, and people are beginning to realise this and decide that they do not want to be associated with it. Hence the empty pews and cleared out coffers. There is need for a radical approach to healing this wound. One suggestion – deal with and change the clerical culture. Start there and you will begin at digging out the wickedness and evil that has hurt so many and the Church. But, will they ….???

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Of course they won’t ! Remember, these are their mates, their confreres, part of the same clerical club and culture. This is the clerical culture that provides them with everything that they have and need. They are not going to bite the hand that feeds them. The only way that will happen is for the laity to impose their own ‘sanctions’, mainly just stopping giving money. Very quickly the clergy will notice and then they might realise that the time for radical and structural change is nigh. Money talks !

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11.55
You miss the point: clerical culture itself is the problem; nothing else.
There shouldn’t be a clerical culture, because there shouldn’t be clergy.
Priesthood is redundant; has been for 2000 years. Jesus’ death and resurrection obviated it.

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‘members of the Spiritan Order.’
I am disappointed to see such a basic error of fact in journalism. This should read ‘members of the Spiritan Paedophile Ring (which changed its name from Holy Ghost fathers like all dodgy businesses do in the hope nobody would recognize them)’.

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12:25 Dodgy types always changing locating and names to escape detection and their actions forcing whistleblowers & victims to consider joining a witness protection program.

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Church should be open to offical inquiries is this a case of mental reservation and means that the church will not be open to enquiries.

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Asking McMahon to investigate Byrne is like asking Jimmy Saville to investigate Garry Litter or Boris Johnson to investigate Baroness Mone or Hitler to investigate Oswald Mosley and so on.

Whitewash, Cover Up, Hypocrisy and Old Boys Club.

On the other hand – report to the police – they decide witness is credible, there is a case to answer and prosecution can proceed – different ball game then and Byrne in deep poopy.

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11:39 well said, anyone foolish enough to expect truth, transparency or equity from an internationally recognised abuser of human rights may as well be piddling off the top of a sea cliff in a high wind.

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Dear Bishop Pat I with respect take
a different view on the U.K Nuncio ,
and his role in all this .He has had
in his person significant information
about an alleged sexual assault on a person .
So serious he has felt compelled to take
part in the removal of Bishop Billy Bunter from his post .
He has failed every day he has been in posesion of this
information to pass it on to the Police which should be
standard procedure. He has now kicked the can down
the road by passing the complaint on to another member
of the institution knowing he will soon be out the country ,
and unavailable to answer any Police questions if there
should at a later date be a Police Complaint .He has
acted totally incorrectly in this matter .He is not a good , decent man ,
but part of the cover up operation of the institution that does not
give a dam about the victim.

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Very doubtful that 12:04 is a priest if they are claiming to be one, while in total agreement with the substance of what they’re saying.

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A Priest (somehow I think not)
His Eminence Archbishop Gugerotti has played the role he has to he is a Papal Ambassador and reports to Rome which he most certainly would have done as he is a very capable Nuncio and that is why he has been promoted to a Prefect of a Dicastery of the Eastern Church and a Cardinal to follow.
Procedure is if there is a safeguarding issue then the Bishop reports it straight to the Police to investigate but there is NO safeguarding issue here as it is Adults.
It is the PRIEST who should have reported it to the Police and really again it is not the Nuncio’s role in any of this and even those not up in canon law knows this matter should be dealt with by Cardinal Marc Ouellet as he is in charge of Bishops and also Cardinal Pietro Parolin for Pope Francis as it is a Bishop that the complaint is against.
Archbishop Malcom can only take details and pass it on to Rome so it was incorrect of the Papal Nuncio as metropolitan Archbishops is really a name as they have no say in an other Diocese and Archbishop gugerotti should have passed it to Cardinal Ouelett.
Cardinal Ouellet would have appointed a Scottish or Irish Bishop to investigate as they did with KOB Cardinal Nichols was appointed and even sent to celebrate the funeral.
This looks like a stich up by the Bishops of England and Wales and I pray that Archbishop Gugerotti has informed Rome as I do not see the Police being interested it will be a canonical trail by Rome and God willing Byrne will be kicked out.
Archbishop Malcolm is even in the same Metropolitan area they should have asked another to look at it but it will be Cardinal Ouellet and Pope Francis that will decide if they are told as it looks like Archbishop Gugerotti wants it kept in England till he goes.

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@ 3:41pm
OMG! Patsy more gibberish from you know who, she’s even promoted Gugerotti to Cardinal, that’ll be surprise in Rome. She say’s even those not up in Canon Law, that includes her,🙄 would know that Oulet would deal with it. Then adds a few more Cardinal’s names and brings up even oul Kitty O’Brien now long gone to make it look that she actually knows what goes on. As usual it just means she’s over dosed on Google and still got it wrong.😏

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Reply to;Anonymoussays:
Dec 18, 2022 at 3:41 pm
Well!!If that isn’t the funniest scenario I have heard in a while, whoops, of course, it’s the Roman Catholic church and, it’s hierarchy we are talking about here.
Cardinal Ouellet alleged sex abuser (woman) and the sexual abuser complicit enabler Francis, who will decision will make final decision on, another alleged sex abuser (man) Oratorian Bishop’s outcome.
Something is putrid here.
It would appear, “They wolves minding the chicken coop” yet again.

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3.41 Bishops need safeguarding from interlopers and I knew a metropolitan who had a say in a diocese (not for the better)

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I am afraid we do not know all the facts or time scale. The priest
victim (?) is an adult and if he is able to make complaints to church authorities and PB he is able to go to the police.
The Nuncio has done all he can in the few remaining days he has left in the UK.
Why has the priest not gone to the police? It would seem that he wants the church to sort it out. That has started by the removal of the bishop and the investigation by the metropolitan. It has been mentioned by another poster that it would have been better from Scotland or Ireland. A bit like what the police constabularies do to give some sort of independence. I agree with that.
Let’s not get too carried away. Let’s stop the lynch mob mentality. The mob usually get it wrong.

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@ 4.20
If you keep up to speed ALL Prefects of the Dicasteries will be Cardinals as in your days it would be called Congregations however the Holy Father Francis changed it.
Archbishop Gugerotti from mid Januray will be Prefect for the Easern Churches (used to be called Oriental Churches) and therefore will be made a Cardinal next year and if you can cast your mind bach it was the same for Cardinal Arthur Roche.
We await two more appointments to the Dicastery for Bishops and the Diacastery for the Doctrine of the Faith.
Eternal Rest be granted unto Keith Patrick O’Brien

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Tipperary is concealing much wrong doing and is the bolt hole & temporary storage choice for many Irish Bishops facilitating deviant clerics & members.

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Are we to deduce from this that Brendan Marshall is to rejoin Maynooth as a seminarian? Armagh never got rid of him. They paid for his journalism degree. He caused so much damage and hurt many good men.
At least Fr. Ronan Sheehan is happy 🙃

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Again, why didn’t this priest report immediately to the police? I’m puzzled by this. Is the alleged offence really that serious? Is it really a crime?
Why do victims of abuse in the Church continue to trust that the authorities there give the proverbial?
Are they stupid?
There is something not right here, and I don’t mean the alleged abuse.

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Your daily reminder at 12:39 that cathbots have NO understanding of how abuse and sexual violence works or how it affects the target. Otherwise they would both know that only a minority of sexual offences ever get reported, and have an understanding of the well-established reasons why this is.

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I am not a ‘cathbot’; exceedingly far from it. But I genuinely don’t understand why alleged victims of abuse in the Church, especially these days, continue to trust an institution ‘corrupt, and riddled with corruption’ ( and one which historically protects clerical abusers) to take seriously and impartially their accusations against priests, in particular, bishops.

I ask again: are they stupid? Is this what implicit, unquestioning faith does to a person’s cognitive ability?

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As for miz Fanny mullaney, look at her prancing with the other Christmas fairies! The George must have been quite that night.
Of course most Rep of Ireland clerics who used to frequent the boiler house have now move their custom to the one in Belfast, the feel its safer to cross the border.

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Does anyone else get tired of all this church stuff? It’s an imaginary universe of their own creation. People are invariably left wondering why they ever bothered with it. “Why stoop so low, to pick up so little” Any secular news to talk about +Pat? We need a break coming up to the festive season.

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I notice you have not published the comment about fr anton neil. That fine, but be aware anton is not whiter than white either. As oratory provest Byrne had to regin anton in, especially around young Male students.

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This should be taken right out of the CBCEW and straight to the Holy See as it involves a Bishop so they will cover up for each other.
When a Bishop is involved it is the Dicastery for Bishops that would set up an investigation and they know that very well in England.
Has the Priest made an official complaint and to who surely not one of Byrne’s Brother Bishops.
Father Jamie Boyle @ Stirling Scotland could tell you how to bring down a Cardinal never mind a Bishop.

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Tell us about “Fr” Jamie. Formerly “Very Rev.” on the StAnEd website, now not. Must have fallen out with His Grace the Archbishop. You think? A move to Stirling from Falkirk is a demotion as he’d taken over from Mgr P Kerr, long, long-time Vicar General under O’Brien, now banished to somewhere in working-class Fife and ostracised. What did he know?

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Tom
Jamie resigned fron caring for the infirm clergy as VE.
Jamie is into Divine Renovation which cost Falkirk a fortune.
Jamie is in the KOB camp thinks the Archbishop was horrible to KOB.

They say it is Stirling that has reported + Cushley to OSCR but nothing from OSCR as yet although they got the media to cover it but + Cushley is not worried.

There is no Love lost between the Archbishop and Jamie he was lucky to even get Stirling.

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Thanks to the blog’s interest, Big Brendan has taken down his tweet about the Maynooth carol show (which, incidentally, was liked by a MU staff member who is madly pro-abortion and anti-Catholic but who nonetheless liked the show, which says it all).

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Anonymoussays:
Dec 18, 2022 at 3:41 pm-A reply – “Every act of abuse should be seen as a safeguarding issue .It is also a crime for sexual assault of an adult .Adults who enter the walls of a church also need protection .Any complaint of assault be it on an Adult or Child should be reported to the Police .It is not acceptable to say “NO safeguarding issue here as it is Adults.”

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A Priest
Safegurding in Ireland known as COIMIRCE only covers Children however they are not including vulnarable Children and Adults in line with England, Wales and Scotland.
Adults should go to the Guards / Police direct and to be honest I would say everyone should go to the Guards / police first.
I understand today that there has not been a formal complaint from this “Priest” although he has been spoken to by His Bishop and sonn Archbishop Malcolm but there has not been an Official complaint as the Priest and Byrne (Byrne has been sacked by the PN on instructions from Rome) would both need to stand down during the investigation.

Archbishop Malcolm does not have an official complaint he only has the correspondence from the PN.

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Perhaps someone needs to phone a National News Paper , and bring this story out in to the open on a level they churh will not be able to ignore .

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Unfortunately, it’s no longer newsworthy because it’s so commonplace since the 1970s and almost expected. It would be like reporting heavy snow in the Arctic.

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Exactly. Everyone expects an RC priest to be a sexual abuser now. And if y’all don’t like that take it up with the bishops, not me, because they did it.

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Reply to; Don’t hold the front pagesays:
Dec 18, 2022 at 5:00 pm
On the contrary there are many countries in the world where Roman Catholic clergy are revered even though they continue to sexual abuse children and, the vulnerable.
It is vital that pressure must continue on the uncaring neglectful Roman Catholic hierarchy, imagine how egregiously heinous it was/is that sexual abuser priests were deliberately transferred to some of the poorest, uneducated, unprotected places in the world under the guise of bringing Christ. You couldn’t make it up, could you?
I place this blog with images on my Facebook page, to ensure it gets around. I deliberately accept friends and, become friends with some in Roman Catholic infested countries, thereby ensuring dissemination of Roman Catholic sex abuser clergy crimes.

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Be warned they are following this blog .They believe they know who I am , and are already got a plan of action against me for speaking out .I have been told .I will not be stopped !

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There isn’t a bishop, priest or religious in Ireland or Britain who doesn’t keep an eye on this blog. Don’t be ridiculous.

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7.03: The dismissal of Fr. Pavone from priesthood is an outrageous injustice. The Bishop who chased after him is despicable and devoid of Christian. Fr. Paine is a powerful communicator and a courageous pro life advocate. I am sickened by his dismissal. How can Pope Francis sit with Fr. James Martin, S. J. and seemingly accept him as a great intermediary for the LGBTQ community and when face to face with President (Abortionist) Biden affirm him as a good Catholic, yet dismiss Fr. Pavone from ministry because some bastardo of a Bishop thinks his pro life minstry is too political? The Mikwauke bishop and others who collaborated in Fr. Pavone’s dismissal are moral and spiritual cowards. They are dead within. We must pray for Fr. Pavone.

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I know this will piss off some of you but who cares? Hannukah Sameach. May the transforming light of Christ fill your lives.

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