"THE MEMORY OF JESUS IS BOTH SACRED AND SUBVERSIVE"
Did he jump or was he pushed? Is there a storm coming, I wonder.
Bit of both.Bishops are trying to contain storm.Will they succeed?Depends on seminarians / staff members remaing quiet.
Also, new acting president seen as part of the problem !!!!
Isn't it bad form for a captain to be the first to abandon a stricken ship?Looks like Anthony Murphy may have been right after all.
Yes, Anthony Murphy was right.
Fr Mullaney is distraught that he will not get the title of Monsignor because Pope Benedict got rid of it.
It was Pope Francis who put a stop to priests under 60 being made Monsignors. Maynooth is in a huge mess on account of the appalling leadership. Connolly is out and Ms Mullaney needs to go also.
That is a well supported statement.
New acting president is the main problem. He does all the firing. He was really president all but in name. He is so vexed that he will not get the title of Monsignor because Pope Benedict got rid of it. So sad that this is all that he cares about.
Is Mullaney gay friendly?
They all are.
They need to get rid of Fanny Mullaney - major part of the problem. Incidentally, he's a close friend of Timo!
Returning to Moral Theology?? Bit ironic that. There appears to be a void between the theoretic and practical
Unbelievable but actually believable, such is the state of the gulag
Why is all this discussion about the President, Vice President and the shambles that has arisen in Maynooth taking up so much space and so much time.Surely there is a very simple solution to the crisis in the national seminary.Sack both Connolly and Fanny Mullaney and install a multi talented, erudite and polished performer. Could I suggest Fr Timothy Bartlett for the post.Kildare Kevin
No! You may not suggest that unnamable one for the post. What were you thinking?!
Tim is far too busy for such a trivial post as President of Maynooth. Anyhooo - his ambitions are far loftier than such a lowly post. And he wouldn't want to upset Fanny Mullaney...
Question for Pat, What do you think is the reason for the bishops continued reluctance to sack the authorities in maynooth and change the rotten system despite the constant feedback of corruption and favoritism to homosexual seminarians?