Friday, 13 May 2016

FATHER RORY COYLE - DEVELOPING STORY

FATHER RORY COYLE - DEVELOPING STORY


THE CATHOLIC AND NATIONALIST NEWSPAPER - THE IRISH NEWS - TODAY PUBLISHED A SANITISED VERSION OF THE SCANDAL AND STORY SURROUNDING THE ARMAGH PRIEST - FATHER RORY COYLE.

The reason for the sanitised story is the "special relationship" that exists between the Irish News and the Catholic Hierarchy.

Having said that - one could not expect a conservative and family newspaper to publish photos of a priest's naked body.

However I am assured that The Irish News has a full set of photographs and a full transcript of the graphic conversation between Father Coyle and the young Catholic gay man (whom we will call "Eoin") on the gay site GRINDR. 


There has been much speculation in Armagh and further afield for over a month now as to the cause of Father Coyle's sudden departure from Armagh Parish and from his role as Master of Ceremonies to the Archbishop of Armagh - Eamon Martin.

Rory Coyle with Eamon Martin

Many people were hoping for some reason that Rory had become involved with a woman. 

But then the man who was talking to him on Grindr - "Eoin" broke his silence with a email to this Blog. Below is that email:


"I saw your blog post about Fr Rory Coyle. 

I can probably tell you why he vanished. 

He spoke to me on Grindr a few times and kept wanting to come to my mum's house for sex with me while she was at work. 

He sent me lots of naked pics of himself too. When I realised who he was I sent them to a journalist along with the screenshots of his sex chat. Then Fr Coyle's FB was locked up tight as a drum. I assume the journalist contacted the diocese about it cos the next thing Fr Coyle went to ground. 

He's a dirty bastard; orgies in Dublin, gay beaches in Portugal, renting rooms by the hour in Soho in London for sex meets. He told me all about it. He told me a whole lot more about his exploits but I didn't save it. He's a total pervert.  

He didn't realise I knew him cos he used to be the school chaplain at XX XXXXX in XXXXXXXXX when I used to go there.  

He's just a hypocrite. Denouncing gay people from the pulpit and then shagging guys when no one is looking.  

You can relax. I'm over 18 so at least he's not a paedo. lol. 

I'd love to know what actually happened if/when the diocese found out what he was up to. 

I guess we'll never know what goes on behind closed church doors, though clearly you're well connected enough to know that something was going on.



In the first instance I immediately sent copies of this email to Rory and to Archbishop Martin.

But by that time Eoin had sent all his material to the Irish News. 

This is a sad case for Rory and his family.

He cannot really be faulted for being gay or indeed for acting on his attraction - even though some will judge him harshly for breaking his promise of celibacy.

I think he foolish in the extreme to go on Grindr and show himself naked and give out his details and mobile phone number.

But I think the real sadness here is of HYPOCRISY - young priest upholding the Catholic Church's teachings on sexuality on the one hand - and on the other having what seems to be a very adventurous sex life himself.

I think it would have been a bit different if he had simply fallen in love with one man.

I imagine that today a lot of clerics all over will be closing down their Grindr accounts. 

The current Catholic priesthood is primarily gay - and that includes some bishops. 

Some are active and some are not.

Many are on Grindr. 

62 comments:


  1. Out of curiosity I checked the comments on the Irish News story on Facebook.Out of 95 comments I think there was only one not in support of Fr Rory. People wrote of how he is loved and respected in Armagh and did not seem to think any less of him as a result of this. In fact they blame the paper for printing this story.

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    1. And yet The Irish News - as I say above - handled the story with "restraint".

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    2. It is impossible to judge whether they handled it with restraint. No one has yet provided proof of what was done or said. It could be that they took their tone from the fact that Fr Rory could be in a vulnerable state of mind and they don't want to be blamed if he does something like kill himself. Why do we need to know all the sordid details anyway? How would that help anyone?

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  2. I am so sad about Fr Rory Coyle on the front page of today's Irish News. What was the young man thinking?

    If you go on to the internet to a gay website and post pictures of yourself, giving personal contact details, what on earth do you think is going to happen?

    Rory Coyle was one of the very conservative 'bright young things' of Armagh diocese - a company man - mixing in the right circles and making all the right 'noises'.

    Behind all that, there was "another Rory" (the "lecturer") sneaking off into the world of Grindr.

    Pat, you often say that some modern clergy do not really believe in God and I am thinking you are right.

    Is the priesthood just a "job" to these men?

    Can they 'take off' their priesthood and hang it up in the wardrobe with their soutanes and fancy vestments?

    Are they "hiding" their sexuality behind the veneer of priesthood? Because, if they are, that cover has long since been blown!

    Do they truly pray? Do they celebrate Mass daily? Do they not realise that you are ALWAYS a priest - even on your "holidays"?

    I cannot fathom what would possess any priest to venture into that twilight world of the dark side of the internet.

    The old wisdom about avoiding occasions of sin was spot on. You can't take your eye off the ball.

    The priesthood is not something you on and put off, like a coat. Your whole being is ordained - set apart - for service of God and His people - day and night - 365 days of the year - until your dying day.

    It is desperately sad - this case of Rory. He had so much to offer. I cannot see any comeback for him, as a priest, from this scandal.

    Will these other priests, furtively engaging in a nether-world of darkness, take note that this is how such ventures turn out? On the front page of a newspaper - personal and family heartbreak (I am thinking of the pride and joy of Rory Coyle's parents the day he was ordained and now this!) - scandal and sorrow to the Christian faithful, who have the right to expect lives of holiness and integrity from their priests - mockery and suspicion for priests who are striving to live good lives in fidelity to their calling.

    I hope I am not being too hard on Rory. I feel very very sad for him. I prayed for him at Mass earlier this morning, at the elevation of the Host and the Chalice, that the Lord help him.

    But, for crying out loud lads! Grindr??? Personal pictures??? Your mobile phone number??? What are ye at?? Heaven help us.

    Senior Priest. Northern diocese.

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    1. I do not think you are being too hard. I think you are honestly expressing your full range of emotions - disbelief, sadness, anger, empathy, etc.

      But the bottom line is that the priesthood now is in a very bad state and no one id doing anything about it !!!

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    2. Believe me - I am not defending Father Coyle's huge indiscretion - but is there a sense in which this "Eoin" may have induced him into giving away so much about himself?

      I am no expert on the internet but is it not true that there are some serious crackpots out there?

      Of course if Rory had not being on there in the first place he would not have put himself in danger of meeting crackpots.

      Its all very sad really. Armagh Parishioner.

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  3. What is most concerning about this whole matter is that 'Eoin' feels that it is his right and duty to splash all of this material over the internet and the press, as well as the press thinking that this is a pressing matter of public concern.

    Rory has made a stupid error. He does need to wise up. Putting himself in such a precarious position indicates a lack of wisdom and foresight. However, it is just vindictive and nasty to use someone's silly mistakes to bring them so low.

    What should have happened is that Rory should have been talked to by Church people, even by 'Eoin', and told that his behaviour was questionable and he needed to take a long hard look at what he was doing, and to take time to consider if that was the life he wishes to lead. I'm not talking about an easy option of just brushing it under the carpet and hoping that all would be well and the world could get back to normal, but an incisive and uncomfortable questioning of who he is, wants to be be etc. Then, he could make a decision, with all the responsibilities and consequences attendant on that decision. That is the right and just way for this to be handled.

    I accept that there is a large element of 'hypocrisy' in Rory's behaviour if on the one hand he is giving expression privately to his sexual drives and yet at the same time being condemnatory of others and aggressively upholding the Church's rather narrow and loin focused interpretation of sexuality. I suppose the 'hypocrisy' is what makes 'Eoin' feel justified and righteous in 'outing' Rory. I do wonder though, 'Eoin' included, which of us would stand up to scrutiny in the 'hypocrisy' stakes ! Remember the exhortation to take the plank out of your own eye before taking the splinter of out your neighbour's eye !

    'Eoin's statement reeks of the self-righteous justification of a supposed victim, who wants to exact revenge on another and hurt them in retaliation for what he perceives he has suffered. It's not very noble. It's not Christian, although it is well cloaked in religious justification.

    Nobody is going to come out of this unscathed. All the hurt that is being caused to all parties is so unnecessary. A much more mature, calm and productive way could so easily have been found to bring this matter to a satisfactory and just conclusion for all. But, instead, it has become tittle tattle, supposed scandal, and acres of material for people to drool over ! Such a shame.

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    1. I think that all are agreed that this is a very sad story.

      However Rory is a very prominent priest in Ireland as Master of Ceremonies to the Primate of All Ireland.

      How did he think that he would not be noticed, somewhere, some time?

      I imagine a ginger haired person would stand out on a gay beach in Portugal?

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    2. Well he shud have went to the nudey beach in sitges it's full of n.i priests especially during bear week he cud have got himself a big hairy maun

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    3. @ Anon. As far as I am aware Eoin has not splashed anything anywhere. It seems that the only people publicizing it are the Irish News and this blog which published an email. Unless I am mistaken. I haven't seen any other outlets publishing anything.

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  4. Sounds like Rory has had his way with Eoin and cast him aside like an old boot.

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    1. Stand Up; Stand Out - for Jesus :-)

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    2. It's desperately sad. "Eoin" wasn't the first of Fr Rory's "indiscretions". Rory was living a double life.

      There is no such thing for a priest as a public and private life. Both must be integrated and in harmony with each. The Lord "sees all that is done in secret".

      There must be no dark and sinful secrets - only the good that your left hand does not know that your right hand is doing.

      As usual, people are shooting the messenger (in this case the Irish News). The story is in the public interest. A priest is having a rampant gay sex life and he is right up there beside the Primate of All Ireland.

      Sorry as I feel for him - he has given very grave scandal. He has let people down badly - even those speaking in his defence on the Irish News facebook page.

      It is as if Fr Coyle has taken a sledgehammer in his own two hands and wrecked something very precious and beautiful. He himself has done just that - no one else.

      He is a man of 35 years of age. He should've known better. He was indulging himself. As Christians and, in particular as priests, we are to "crucify the flesh with all its passions and desires". You cannot belong to Christ unless you do. (Gal 5:24).

      Furthermore, "Do not be deceived: God is not mocked, for whatever one sows, that will he also reap" (Gal 6:7). In going into the darkness of places like Grinder, a priest is mocking God and showing that his priestly calling means nothing to him.

      If Fr Coyle was in love with one man or a woman, I think he would be deserving of our sympathy. As it is, he is described by Eoin thus: "He's a dirty bastard; orgies in Dublin, gay beaches in Portugal, renting rooms by the hour in Soho in London for sex meets. He told me all about it. He told me a whole lot more about his exploits but I didn't save it. He's a total pervert".

      These "exploits", for a priest, are not slip ups or indiscretions - they are a lifestyle choice that are utterly incompatible with the vocation of priesthood. If celibacy were to be abolished tomorrow - and priests were free to marry a woman or enter a monogamous partnership with a man - these "exploits" of Fr Coyle's, as described by "Eoin", would make his position as a priest of the Catholic Church untenable.

      All that being said, I am heartsick with sadness for the lad. I feel desperately sick at heart with sadness for Rory, his family and his parishioners. I will pray for Rory as I have been doing today and this morning at Mass.

      Let this be a cautionary tale for all those other priests who are living similarly compartmentalised lives of sin.

      Let them close their Grinder accounts, cease from their immoral liaisons, go to Confession, get back into the state of grace, stay in the state of grace and do what they have been called to do by God.

      And be assured of this: "But if you will not do so, behold, you have sinned against the LORD, and, YOU MAY BE SURE THAT YOUR SIN WILL FIND YOU OUT" (Numbers 32:23).
      Senior Priest, Northern diocese.

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    3. "... orgies in Dublin, gay beaches in Portugal, renting rooms by the hour in Soho in London for sex meets."

      All paid for with Church funds. That's the usual scenario.

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  5. It's odd that "Eoin" is 28 and supposedly knew Fr Rory when he was chaplain at his school. So that would mean it was at the very least ten/eleven years ago if he was 18 when he left school or 12 years ago if he left school at 16. Given that Fr Rory was 26 when he was ordained (9 Years ago), how could it be possible that he was chaplain at a school when he would have still be in seminary in Maynooth? Seems odd. Something doesn't stack up about what this "Eoin" claims in his email.

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    1. Eoin reminded me today that he is not 28 and I changed that.

      Rory was ordained 10/11 years ago.

      It is perfectly possible that Eoin was 1 17/18 year old 6th Former when Rory was chaplain to his school.

      Do you really think the careful and conservative Irish News - having in its possession all the pictures and text would publish something it did not have evidence for?

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    2. Dead right Pat, Rory is f'''ed - both literally and metaphorically.

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    3. Ah But the Irish News didn't mention anything about "Eoin" knowing Fr Rory from being his school chaplain. Maybe that is why they didn't mention it. The only claim regarding that aspect of the story comes from your post.

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    4. I can assure you that The Irish News was very careful about what they published - because they will not offend the Hierarchy too much or indeed their 40,000 mainly Catholic readers.

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    5. Yeah. So concerned they stuck it on the front page. That's not what I would consider playing it down.

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    6. That's a novel idea. Down play a story by putting it on the front page!

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  6. The reason why the Irish News published a "sanitised" stoary, if indeed it is sanitised could well be because Fr Rory is in a vulnerable state. It is plausible that he will be in a state of crisis and dragging out the sordid details, if their are any could well push him over the edge. I would not have published this blog post if I were Bishop Buckley. If unfounded revelations prompt Fr Rory to do anything to harm himself, then the Irish News will not be the ones to blame. It would be this blog. I would not want that on my conscience.

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    1. Is it not incumbent on Rory and the Archbishop of Armagh to respond to the allegations and correct any misinformation.

      Eamon Martin, in letting Rory take a leave of absence, hoped the problem would be swept under the carpet.

      Are you saying that the story of a contradictory priest cannot be published in case he harms himself?

      Is that not like the old saying of the woman: "Hit me now if you like with the child in my arms".

      When I was cast aside by the Church 30 years ago I heard no one saying to Cahal Daly: "Don't do that in case Pat Buckley is vulnerable".

      What is really behind your shielding of this case.

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    2. It's called compassion PB. Yes, it is right that it came out, but how much pain do you really want to cause him? If he ended his life because you have taken the decision to post that email, are you saying you would feel no guilt? It seems that the hurt caused to you by Cahal Daly is being used by you as an excuse to inflict pain on others who have nothing to do with you and Cahal Daly. It's not right and it's not Christian to try to inflict pain on someone who has already received justice.

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    3. If Rory harmed himself I would indeed be more than sad.

      But I would not feel GUILT.

      Why do people want to shoot the messenger?

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    4. I doubt there's any chance of self-self. On the contrary he's probably out pubbing and clubbing like any normal 35-year-old gay man on a Friday night. I wish I was thirty-five again!

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  7. If there is anything inaccurate in this Blog or in The Irish News story then Rory or Archbishop Martin should say so.

    Eamon may be in Lourdes. But they have telephones and computers there.

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    1. And I for one will correct, retract or apologise.

      I'm sure The Irish News would do at least the same.

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    2. What the Hell are you all talking about. Pat Buckley has done nothing except reveal the truth.

      Can you people not see the massive contradiction there is in a priest being a conservative Catholic, preaching Catholic morality which isolates gays, the divorced etc; is the master of ceremonies to the Catholic Primate, is on the County Board of the GAA and is on the board of governors of a primary school - and at the same time is trolling the internet, and the world, for casual sex!!!

      More hypocrisy from Catholic defenders.

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    3. If Rory Coyle harms himself, it will Rory Coyle's fault and no one else's!!! He is a grown man - not a wee boy.

      If he decides to end his life, that would be his decision and, when he goes before God, he alone will answer for that action - along with his other actions.

      It is utterly absurd to allege that anyone other than Rory Coyle is responsible for the mess that Rory Coyle created. What utter bullshit!

      Pat Buckley did not frog march Rory Coyle to orgies in Dublin or Portugal. PB did not make dates for RC on grindr. The silence from RC and Armagh speaks volumes.

      What has happened here is this - "Golden Boy" has been caught with his kacks around his ankles in a compromising situation. "Golden Boy" runs into the corner crying his lamps out and being all "vulnerable". "Golden Boy's" admirers and devotees throw a big pity party for him.

      It's everybody's fault but RC's fault! BULLSHIT! It was just like Joe McGuigan here in Belfast and the candlelight vigils - "Don't Go Fr Joe" campaign. HORSESHIT!

      These boyos know what they are doing and they go on doing it deliberately. They don't give a shit about their parishioners, or the Church, or anything.

      I for one am sick to death of them and people looking at me and wondering if I am on grindr or what I am up to !!

      Good riddance Rory! Please take all the other shagging reprobates hiding in the priesthood with you on the way out!!!

      Fed up Priest.

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    4. End his life? Don't be so ridiculous, a thirty-five-year-old gay man is at the height of his powers. Enjoy it, Rory, and life it to the full.

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  8. Pat,
    Fr Rory's situation is yet another example of where obligatory celibacy can end up.
    As others have said, a sad scenario for Fr Rory and his family.
    Very few are called to a life of celibacy, perhaps 10-15% in the male population, and therefore the Church is asking the impossible of most clergy.
    I can think of a few of my fellow D&C clergy who are living a double life also, and at some point they may well 'grace' the front page of the Irish News !

    Priest of D&C Diocese.

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    1. I would also point that before I published the email from Eoin I furnished that email to Rory himself, Archbishop Eamon Martin, and two priest officials of the Archdiocese of Armagh.

      And none of them questioned the facts.

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    2. Fr, with every respect, if obligatory celibacy ended tomorrow, these lads like Rory would still be acting the way they do.

      They are what we called in our younger days - "horn balls". Their mickeys do their "thinking" for them.

      And yes, some D&C clerics could be joining Rory in that "Hall of Fame" anytime soon.

      Derryvolgie Deirdre.

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    1. Pat made it clear that "Eoin" is not the guy's real name.

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    1. How do you know him and why do you have a copy of the communication?

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    1. Do you want to answer them in private?

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    2. I think that some people already think that too much detail has already been published.

      If you know anything that of an illegal nature you should contact the police.

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    1. I'm happy with that. I wish you well.

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    2. It seems our new friend Fernando has removed all his comments. The plot thickens.

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    3. Maybe Fernando is from Portugal?

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    4. I wonder if that is the Father Fernando I met in Fatima last year?

      Norglen Nora

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    5. As you wisely said Fr Buckly, people think too much detail has already been shared. Hence my comments were removed as to not add anymore fuel to the fire. I intend deleting my copy of the PDF document as I don't see that any additional revelations would serve any purpose. I appreciate your wisdom in the matter in guiding me to get rid of it.

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    6. I've never been to Fatima Nora. I suspect neither have you. I don't think this blog would be the kind of site those who go to Fatima would bother with. I'm not a priest either.

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  13. Bishop Pat, thank you for your frankness in making this known to the faithful of Armagh. Fr.Rory was in many ways Mr.Armagh,with the attendant high profile such narcissism inevitably brings, and must have been absolutely out of his mind to think that he could ever hope to advertise his wares on Grindr without someone recognising him. I do wonder though what has motivated Eoin to go public with this story? A gay priest is hardly news nowadays, there's one in nearly every parish in the country!! It will be interesting to see if any other papers run with the story at the weekend. Fr.Rory's life, for now, is in tatters, and he should do the decent thing and leave the priesthood. I bet he won't though, he's too fond of rhe adulation that he needs to keep his ego boosted. Slap it up you Rory, you got what you deserved!!

    Bishop Pat, keep up your great work in exposing the charlatans that exists in our Church and it's administration.

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    1. And now he is Mr Gay Armagh.

      I notice that he is still posted as a curate on the Parish of Armagh website !!!

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  14. Something i learned -not early- in my career is the importance of being Appropriate. A person is entitled to their private "legal" lives. Someone like a priest, police person etc posting naked pics on the internet is being at the least irresponsible

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  15. Interesting how the Irish News didn't mention how they found out about the comments and pictures on Grindr (which is an app, not a website-there's a difference). How long had the priest been on Grindr before he was outed? I'd think that a fairly relevant bit of imformation.

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    1. The person the priest was talking took copies of the priests pica and conversation on Grindr and sent those to The Irish News. I think only the priest himself knows how long he was on Grindr.

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    2. That's what I figured, but it's never mentioned in the Irish News article. Thank you for providing that bit of information.

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  16. pat Buckley . You are so bitter and twisted. Your great love is denigrating the catholic church, Why don't you go and join Isis ?

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  17. 14 May 15.16 I believe Pat is commenting on the alleged activities of an individual. the individual happens to be a member of the church. the (w)hole is only as good as the sum of its parts-I am tempted to check out grindr-with respect to the gay community & purely in the name of research

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  18. I notice a petition has been set up on Care2 to boycott the Irish News for ‘... destroying the character of a good Irish priest.’

    If Rory Coyle is an example of “good Irish priest” then it doesn’t say much for the rest of them.

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  19. I find it rather interesting how sympathetic you are towards Fr Rory, but weren't able to extend the same sympathy to Fr. Ciaran Dallat last year. Dallat entered into a monogamous relationship with a woman that granted did not end well, but Rory whored himself round the world having sinful homosexual relations using an explicit public profile of himself for all to see. The support coming in for Rory is from people who know nothing of the Church and its teachings. The Church needs to act according to it's teachings - no brushing under the carpet, no lukewarmness - they must condemn these acts and stop trying to be people pleasers. Rory is a good person at heart, and it's up to him to personally seek forgiveness for what he has done, what he doesn't need is to be put on a pedestal and praised for his sins.

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  20. Your comment about the church being evenhanded in its condemnation....no brushing under the carpet, no lukewarmness....is laughable.
    As a former employee of the church I can tell you that if you are one of the boys, came from the right grammar school, were a Roman student etc etc then plenty would be brushed under the carpet.
    And when it suited the hierarchy to make an humiliating example of some poor clergy soul who wasn't part of the in crowd they would let rip.
    Witnessed it so many times
    Two faced,hypocritical bitching queens.

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  21. Oh, the mental contortions of 'the faithful' to exculpate or rehabilitate the good Father while tarring young Eoin. Go, dear parishioners and watch the movie 'Spotlight.' You will see many mirror images of yourselves. This poison in Armagh flows from the same 'original sin' as the pedophile abuse scandal. The whole system of priestly celibacy throughout the ages has depended on sexual repression - the Church has always consciously recruited repressed, sexually anomalous men for the priesthood, perverting many and then protecting and enabling them to prey upon vulnerable children and women in their parishes. Or, in the modern version, to consecrate the host while Grindr messages buzz on the cellphones in their pockets. All of this pretending that it's just 'a few bad apples" or that the abuses are some relatively recent and geographically localized phenomena is part and parcel of the Big Lie that sustains the theology of male domination and priestly celibacy and exceptionalism that festers in the heart of the Church.

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  22. As a gay married ex-priest (and once a master of ceremony not for a bishop but for a pope) I am following this story with much interest. There are some unanswered questions and some facts yet unrevealed but I think the essence of the story is that Coyle wanted sex and sought it out. He seems to have gotten caught and has been allowed to take a leave of absence. The "agreement" between the bishop and the newspaper not to reveal the supposed Grindr photos is what irritates me. That kind of cover-up caused much of the priest-pedophile scandal. News is news, even when it is not so nice. If the young accuser is telling the truth, we ought to see the Grindr photos. Catholics in the pews in Ireland ought to know one thing as a result of this story: priests are not well trained for celibacy. The comments herein that rage about a clergy full of sexually active gay men are not accurate.Most self-respecting gay priests left the active ministry years ago. The Catholic priesthood is no longer a refuge attractive to gay men. We can now have plenty of solid careers as out gay men who are community leaders. The real question is, "What kind of man even considers becoming a Catholic priest in a church so terribly twisted and far afield from the real message and intention of Jesus?

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