Friday, 25 March 2016

FATHER CIARAN DALLAT - AT CHRISM MASS !!!

FATHER CIARAN DALLAT - AT CHRISM MASS !!!


FATHER CIARAN DALLAT - nearly a year to the day he had to withdraw from priesthood for making a parishioner pregnant - has turned up in the cathedral in Belfast to "renew" his priestly promises !!!



The Down and Connor priest who was shocked to see him present among the bishops and priests and who notified the Blog of his presence said:

"DOES THIS APPEARANCE (WITH NOEL TREANOR'S APPROVAL ???) NOT SPEAK VOLUMES AS TO THE CANCER IN OUR CHURCH? NO APOLOGIES - JUST STICK ON AN ALB AND BRAZEN IT OUT. 

NO THOUGHT AS TO THE DISGRACE BROUGHT UPON THE CATHEDRAL PARISH BY HIS ACTIONS, NOR THE PAIN CAUSED TO HIS VICTIM LINDA AND HER FAMILY. 

THE WHOLE EXERCISE WAS A CRUEL PARODY ON WHAT CHRISTIAN LOVE AND SERVICE IS TRULY ABOUT.

I AM JUST WONDERING DID ANY OF HIS OTHER C0-CONCELEBRANTS NOT FIND HIS PRESENCE INAPPROPRIATE AT BEST AND DISGRACEFUL AT WORST?

ITS THE THREE MONKEYS ROUTINE AGAIN - SEE NO EVIL........."



There are very serious questions to be asked about this appearance at the cathedral:

1. Did it happen with the knowledge and approval of the bishop - Noel Treanor?


2. Is it the first stage of the diocese trying to reintroduce Dallat back to ministry ?

3. Has Father Dallat changed his manner of living - in other words has he learned to keep his gun in his holster?

4. Has Father Dallat undertaken any form of counselling and therapy?

5. Is he about to be foisted on a parish in the diocese?

6. On which parish is he about to be foisted.

7. Has the diocese and the bishop let his victim know of his gradual return?



8. In practice is celibacy optional in the diocese of Down and Connor?

Many people will view Father Dallat's appearance at the Chrism Mass yesterday surrounded by bishops and priests as the clergy rubbing the noses of the laity in the mud.

It seems there is one rule for clerics and one rule for laity!

********** UPDATE************




A JOURNALIST HAS JUST INFORMED ME THAT NOEL TREANOR HAS ISSUED A PRESS STATEMENT SAYING THAT HE IS REINSTATING DALLAT AND WILL GIVE HIM A DIOCESAN APPOINTMENT "IN DUE COURSE"

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************************* FURTHER UPDATE

The Reverend Dog beside Bishop Treanor

CIARAN DALLAT WAS NOT THE ONLY UNUSUAL CO-CELEBRANT AT YESTERDAYS CHRISM MASS IN ST PETERS.

A DOG ALSO CONCELEBRATED:

Rev Dog and Bishop Walsh chatting
WILL BISHOP TREANOR APPOINT THE CONCELEBRATING DOG TO A PARISH "IN DUE COURSE" ???

65 comments:

  1. Fr Dallat regualrly celebrates Mass for us in the Glens. Why should he not? What is this blog about? This blog is a cancer.

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    1. My Lord Bishop,
      Have you not heard of the Prodigal Son - and the unconditional forgiveness of his (0ur Heavenly Father's) acceptance oh him - and us.

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    2. Have you any view on Father Dallat having a two year relationship with a woman, making her pregnant, not supporting her when she was pregnant, not supporting her when she lost the baby etc ?????

      Is that the behaviour you expect of a man with integrity?

      Is that the behaviour you expect of a man who claims to be a Christian?

      Is that the behaviour you expect of your priest?

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    3. The Prodigal Son was not a cynic.

      Ciaran Dallat is no Prodigal Son as time will prove.

      And Noel Treanor is no Heavenly Father.

      God help our poor diocese.

      Sad Priest of D&C

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    4. To Anonymous @ 11:59

      So you think this blog is 'a cancer'. It can't be that bad since it didn't prevent
      a morally high-minded type like you from paying us a wee visit.

      I don't doubt you'll sneak back...just like your moral champion, Fr Dallat, at the chrism Mass on Holy Thursday.

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  2. Indeed Pat, Despite the homily at the Chrism Mass yesterday the overpowering message from Bishop Treanor was this "Ok guys, go out there and shag all you can and if you stick anybody in the club I'll pay them off with the parishoners' hard earned cash. You can then have a period of discernment and after a wee while come back I'll move you to another parish and all will be well"
    If ever there was a clear message about the worthlessness of celibacy and contempt for our sacredotal vows it was very visibly displayed yesterday.
    Absolutely Disgusted.
    PP. D&C

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    1. Yes Father.

      And what about the rest of you who have endured the burden and the heat of the day including the difficulties of celibacy.

      Noel Treanor has just let you know what regard he has for your years of fidelity and faithfulness.

      The "Jack the Lad" priests seem to have more thought of them :-(

      Good priests will feel very dishonoured and cheated.

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    2. WARNING !!!! CIARAN DALLAT IS COMING TO A PARISH NEAR YOU !!!

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    3. If Mr Dallat is sent to my parish Both my wife and I and our children will stop attending Mass.

      We feel personally wounded by what Bishop Treanor is doing.

      Downpatrick Parishioner

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    4. As a practising Catholic and the mother of five daughters I am very disturbed at the easy and swiftness with which Father Dallat is being returned to priestly ministry. And If what is said above is true he has been saying Mass in North Antrim during his so called time of discernment and reflection. I had a drunkard for a husband but I stayed with him because I had taken vows. I must admit to being relieved and set free when God took him away through death.

      Why should I and millions like me have to suffer the consequences - good and bad - of being faithful to my vows when people like Father Dallat - from whom much more should be expected can waltz in and out of both relationships with women and priesthood.

      Have I and all those like me being fools? Are the clergy secretly laughing us to scorn? If there is a God in Heaven justice will have to be done either here or here after.

      Disillusioned Catholic Wife and Mother.

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    5. Someone recently asked what Bishop Buckley's attitude was to the subject of "Detraction."
      It was considered - when I was a child to be on the same level as "Calumny."
      He does seem to have considerable expertise as a detractor!
      He did not answer to that question - could he do so now??.

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    6. When you were a child were you also told that telling the truth and shining the light into very dark places of hypocrisy was detraction and calumny.

      What have I written that is not true ???

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    7. Anon at 12:30, let's hope that Fr Dallat isn't, er, "coming" in any parish near anyone.

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  3. Let's face it folks, he didn't commit the unforgiveable sin

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    1. What is the "unforgivable" sin if its not:

      Sex outside marriage?
      Breaking your celibacy vows?
      Being unchaste?
      Living a lie?
      Refusing to support your child's mother?
      Not being there when your baby was lost?
      Having sex one day and giving lectures on marital fidelity another?
      Saying Mass in the state of mortal sin?

      Wow! Catholic morality is changing - especially for clerics!

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  4. Noel Treanor has allowed Ciarin Dallat to "do a Charles Stuart Parnell", an Irish solution to an Irish problem. When Parnell's adulterous relationship with Kitty O'Shea was discovered and the Irish clergy started railing against Parnell from their
    pulpits, Cecil Rhodes advised Parnell to resign his seat as an MP, to remarry quietly
    and then to return after a decent period of laying low. The gamble was that public
    scandal would eventually settle and that Parnell could simply pick up where he left
    off. But it didn't quite work out that way. Nor will it, I think, for that "toerag", Dallat.

    I keep thinking of that poor priest the other day who was treated so shabbily by his
    fellow clerics after he left the priesthood in order to marry. I can't help comparing the
    two situations.

    Noel Treanor obviously has the deepest contempt for the laity for allowing Dallat to
    sneak back into ministerial priesthood after a 'period of discernment (aka
    laying low, like Parnell). And to use Holy Week as the cover!!! Has Treanor no shame?

    I hope lay Catholics make it plain that they will not tolerate this excuse for a man being allowed to carry on regardless. And I hope they let Treanor know that they don't appreciate being taken for fools, just as they made it plain to Sean Brady recently that they would not allow him to confirm their children for the contempt HE showed others.

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  5. If the dog in the pic was not a "bitch" - then he was quite safe I suppose ???

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    1. To my mind the DOG was the creature that was most pleasing to God on that altar yesterday.

      At least he was himself - and being just the creature God made him to be.

      The rest were hypocrites!

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    2. Did the dog receive communion?

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    3. As a dyslexic agnostic I often wonder if there is a doG at all.

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    4. Well now you know there is one - at least in Down and Connor...

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    5. The dog was probably more Christian out of the lot of them !

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    6. You can bet he was. What I cannot understand was why he was associating with them?

      Maybe he was attracted by the smell of decay?

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    7. Yea there's definitely a rotten smell among that lot . Hopefully he left noel a wee offering to step on

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    8. Maybe the dog is the new auxiliary bishop

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  6. My Lord Bishop,
    You ask - "What have I written that is not true???"
    You must know - as I have known sine Primary School - that Detraction is precisely that - to tell Unknown and scandalous truths about someone for no other purpose than to cause maximum harm and damage to their reputation!
    Is not this what you do and have done on a regular basis?
    Do you not think that God will not - has not - forgiven this unfortunate priest?
    It does seem to me that some of your supporters are in serious, immediate and intensive psychiatric care - did the dog receive communion??? Profoundly sick!!!

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    1. At the John Paul 11 youth Mass in Galway I personally saw a consecrated host blow out of a ciborium and being swallowed by one of our 4 legged friends.

      So it can happen.And as doggies do not have the capicity to sin - I must conclude that the Galway mut was "in the state of grace" !

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    2. Indeed. Unlike the shaggy Bishop Casey and Father Michael Cleary who were the ring masters at that advent.

      PP Dublin.

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    3. Bishop,
      This is no answer to the question at 17.00 today!
      Are you or are you not a proficient Detractor?

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    4. No I am not. I am a teller of the unwelcome truth for the purpose of exposing lies, myths and hypocrisies. The primary stage of renewal and renovation is the exposure of and eradication of corruption.

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    5. I agree. Bishop Pat is one of the few saying what is really going on in our sick Church. Before there can be cure there must be honest diagnosis of the disease. Pat Buckley is the unwelcome diognostician.

      Glenravel Gary.

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    6. What then, Lord Bishop, is your definition of Detraction?? Clearly very different from what I was taught!

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    7. "Revealing the faults of another third parties without a valid reason".

      First of all Father Dallat's behaviour was revealed by his victim.

      It became public ONLY AFTER the diocese attempted a cover up.

      Does that remind of any other issue - like clerical paedophilia?

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    8. To Anon. @ 17:00

      Truths, even sandalous ones, MUST be told if these disclosures would
      prevent evil, for example, injustice against the person, especially a child.

      Fr Dallat has caused deep hurt, betrayal and injustice among the People of God, and there is absolutely no evidence that this rakish leopard has
      changed a single spot. It means that other women and their families may be at risk from this known predator. It is absolutely right, therefore, that
      people should protest against Bishop Treanor's high-handed and arrogant decision to impose Fr Dallat, without so much as a 'by your leave', on some hapless parish.

      Bishop Treanor has made a poor call here...and not for the first time. His suitability for episcopal office is now in serious doubt.

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  7. Now that Father Dallat is cured does he still have to visit that house in Glengormley?

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  8. I can confirm this was not the only lady this 'priest' was involved with over the years.

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    1. I do not doubt you.

      Can you tell us how you know this and in general terms even, what you know?

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    2. I would rather not but I know how this lady feels, let's say.

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    3. I fully understand.

      But sadly that's how perpretrators get away with things - their poor victims are hurting, afraid and feel unable to speak out.

      I will pray that your friend will experience healing and closure.

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    4. Unfortunately for us, speaking out often causes salt to be rubbed in our wounds by so called leaders of the hypocritical church.

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    5. I know it does :-(

      I have seen your open wounds for myself.

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    6. Thank you for your kind thoughts. No matter what I would still prefer to go to sleep at night being the victim/survivor rather than the perpetrator. I would like to think peace of mind comes with much difficulty to them

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    7. I'm sorry to tell you that they sleep most soundly.

      They without morals, integrity or conscience.

      The thoughts of such darkness makes one shudder..........

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    8. Those that criticise us who were hurt are usually those whom have not been hurt by these 'men of God'

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    9. Please show proof of your "confirmation", otherwise don't talk shit!

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    10. Have I hit a nerve?? I have the memory of what he did to me...that's all the confirmation I need. I am guessing you are one of them? I hope Pat is aware of how you have spoken to me...no wonder victims don't speak out.

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    11. Nope! But it sounds like I've hit a nerve with you. I'm sure Pat is aware of how I've spoken to you as he approved my comment. Now, I ask again. Please prove your allegations. If you can't, then again you are talking pure and utter shit! :)

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  9. Me thinks, in fact me knows, the Cairan Dallat saga is far from over. Let's say there is one family that I know who up until now have " kept their powder dry"
    If I were Dr Treanor I wouldn't rush into any appointment for the Rev Dallat. It might well invite much more trouble upon his episcopal head!

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    1. You are right.

      If Treanor rubs any more noses in it over C DALLAT he is going to open a massive can of worms.

      But pride does come before a fall...............

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    2. Did anyone ever find out who the priest was who allegedly had a civil partnership? Or was it just gossip? . There is a former d&c priest living in dublin with his boyfriend could it be him ?

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    3. I think you're just another old gossip monger. Away and powder yer nose ffs..

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    4. Well if all you priests kept your noses clean and your trousers up then nobody would gossip . The fact is the most of you behave like rats in the gutter and you hide behind your marble alters shaking your rosaries . Your power has gone the generation who fear you are dying off nobody else gives a shite about popes bishops or priests . Most people think the clergy are a bunch of creepy weirdos who arnt to be trusted

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    5. My, God! You've plagiarized my script, Anon at 23:05.

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  10. The whole thing is a joke. When are ordinary folk going to take power back in their own hands

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    1. People are leaving the church in droves . The average age of most congregations is in there 60s . The young people don't want anything to do with the church .give it another 20 years and catholic church in ireland will be finished

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  11. I agree with the PP at 12:06
    Fr Dallat's presence at the Chrism Mass was very disturbing.
    This man is unsuitable for future ministry and yet Bishop Treanor plans to place him in a Parish soon. God help us all.

    LUX.

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  12. Who will ever take Dallat seriously again?

    But he was not the only womanising priest at the Chrism Mass.

    There was another boyo there who had an affair with my cousin who was young enough to be his daughter.

    As a parish we went to Treanor who simply moved him to continue his activities.

    It is now high time that the people of Down and Connor gave Treanor the road.

    Antrim Anne

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    1. MourneManMichael26 March 2016 at 00:29

      Anne, just to say thanks for your comment, and how good it is to have more and more people, especially ladies, speak up about the shennanigans the clergy have got up to, and moreover, the derisory way their hierarchy managers have responded: without compassion and solely determined to preserve power and prestige as managers of a decaying, defunct and totally unchristian totalitarian regime.
      Thank you.
      MMM

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  13. Like anyone in a position of authority the bishop will know what is going on and what the word is on the street. If he doesn't know himself then there will be others who will tell him. I have no doubt that the authorities in D&C read this blog. They would be foolish not to!
    There have been ample hints on this blog today about Cairan Dallat's other goings on. It seems there is more to come which has not as yet been put into the public domain.
    Although the bishop has authority for D&C I have no doubt that because of the previous press attention etc around Dallat he will have probably consulted Archbishops Martin, the Primate and Metropolitan and Brown, the Nuncio. They will have discussed the "what ifs" and the likely fall out of re introducing him.My assumption is that they will have probably relied on Dallat's word that the cupboard had no more skeletons likely to fall out.
    However,this blog tells us that there is more to come.
    So when it does the bishop cannot say I didn't know or wash his hands of the matter. Terms like "error of judgement" may not be enough. The days when the church and its leaders got away with the hard nosed, sit it out approach are now a thing of the past.
    It is alleged that more victims may appear. If that is the case then there may well be more casualties.
    The Spin Doctor

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  14. This whole episode, within the background of Holy Week, and what that means for priests and people everywhere, leaves me very disheartened.
    Bishop Treanor should have insisted on FrDallat resigning -both for his own good and that of the wider church.


    Priest of D&C.

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    1. In an ideal church we would all be confident that the bishop had an ear to the ground and an eye on the big picture.

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    2. Don't you get it, Anonymous @ 12:01? Bishop Treanor HAS "an ear to the ground and an eye on the big picture". Do you think he isn't aware of what is being said on blogs like this one? He knows EXACTLY what is going
      on...but he doesn't give a damn. He's an Irish Catholic hierarch, vain, arrogant, presumptious...and utterly contemptuous of the laity, their
      feelings, welfare and safety. He will ALWAYS put the interests of priests,
      even philandering tossers like Dallat, ahead of his people. He's like that
      other humble, man-of-the-people hierarch, Sean Brady, to whom the safety of children from paedophile priests like Brendan Smith was paramount.

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  15. MourneManMichael26 March 2016 at 12:09

    Front Page Headlines.Belfast Telegraph 26.3.16

    "Fury at Return of Sex Scandal Priest"
    Story on p.3 headlined "Church accused of deceitfulness as priest who had affair secretly resumes role"
    Includes two pictures of C. Dallat, the one in the procession of priests at chrism mass, and another of him playing guitar.
    MMM

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  16. Here we have just another example of how the church contradicts herself at every turn... Ciaran Dallat should not be allowed to return to ministry! How are his brother priests not furious and protesting against Noel?? If Dallat comes to our parish I will not darken the door of our parish church again...
    Grainne

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