Wednesday, 5 October 2016

MAYNOOTH GORGEOUS + PUCK - BACK!

GORGEOUS AND KING PUCK RESURFACE


DEACON MICHAEL GORGEOUS BYRNE HAS RESURFACED IN ROME!

DEACON SEAN KING PUCK JONES SNUCK INTO MAYNOOTH LAST NIGHT UNDER THE COVER OF DARKNESS 



OUR IRISH COLLEGE CONTACT has sent us a picture of the seminary in Rome in which Deacon Michael Jack "Gorgeous" resurfaces (5th from left).

For a number of weeks now he had disappeared from the radar and had closed down all his social media accounts.

It looks as if everything is in place for DIARMUID MARTIN to ordain him a priest in just over 30 weeks time. 

In the past few days some people on this blog have registered disappointment with Diarmuid Martin for beginning a much needed reform - but then running back into hiding.



At the beginning of the summer it looked like DIARMUID was determined to sort out the issue of actively gay seminarians and priests.

Now one has to wonder if DIARMUID was just giving Maynooth - a place he does not like - a kicking.

Was he also using the Maynooth / Gaynooth Scandal to give the two fingered salute to the other Irish Bishops that he is not at all fond of and who have isolated him on the Irish Episcopal Conference. 

Dublin priests have commented on this blog that Diarmuid is more compassionate with gay priests than he is with straight priests who get into bother?

It does seem that Diarmuid, who is critical of the past actions of bishops, is falling into the trap of moving priests with difficulties from Billy to Jack?

We are told that Father Derwin from Balbriggan is on the move.

We have been told that Father David Brough who got into bother in Rathmines is now in Arklow - but there is neither sight nor sound of him in Arklow?

We must ask: "Diarmuid, what are you at"?

KING PUCK:


PUCK ON RIGHT


Last night, under the cover of darkness King Puck sneaked back into MAYNOOTH to complete his final year and be ordained for KERRY in June.

There is outrage in Maynooth this morning among some seminarians that Puck - who caused such scandal only in July - is walking the corridors again and has once again assumed the title of THE CHIEF.

The Maynooth seminarian who tang me late last night is infuriated - as are many of his colleagues.

THE IRISH BISHOPS have given these other seminarians the TWO FINGERS and told them and the Irish People to F*** O**

This is an act of ABSOLUTE ARROGANCE.

I hope the Irish people give these Maynooth Goons their answer - HARD AND SOON!



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THE MAYNOOTH CORNER


SPONSORED BY THE MAYNOOTH GRINDRS ASSOCIATION

The MGA has sent us some pics of a recent CAMPING trip by the seminarians of Oscott Seminary in England. 



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IT SEEMS A GOOD TIME WAS HAD BY ALL

79 comments:

  1. It's the usual tactics Pat of cover up, deceive and delay. Puck was sneaked back in after the academic year had started and the bishops thought nobody would notice and all would be forgotten. Yeah right my Lying Lords... I feel terribly sorry for the few decent seminarians in Maynooth who now have to duck out of Puck's way in Pugin Hall and on the cloisters. No doubt Puck will be the primary mole for his comrades in the the corrupt Seminary Council. Imagine having to shake Puck's sweaty paws at the sign of peace during Mass! It is absolutely sick.

    And look at Mickey Byrne wearing a black shirt and collar! The hypocrisy, lies and brass neck of these scoundrels know no bounds.

    God help the Church in this country. I can't believe that this is happening after all the recent sexual abuse scandals. THIS IS UTTERLY REVOLTING AND REPULSIVE.

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  2. The seminarian who rang me late last night was in quite a state about it all.

    He tells me others feel the same - betrayed.

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  3. Who is the priest on the right with the collar? Anyone know ? His face is very familiar to me but can't name.

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  4. There are some big names compromised here lads... There has to be...

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  5. You are right.

    There are compromised bishops behind all of this - willing to do anything to keep their cover.

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  6. Ab Martin is just a coward like the rest of his brother bishops. Dublin have not posted their Priest Diocesan changes for Summer 2016 and it is October. First year in many years, they have not been made public. Ab Martin hiding more than he is letting us know.

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  7. I am happy to see that the Deacons have repented and that their brothers in faith have decided to accept them with their limitations and move on. We could all learn a lesson from their Christian example of forgiveness, couldn't we? "And such were some of you" as St. Paul rightly points out to the Corinthians (though as a participant in murder St Paul wouldn't be eligible for seminary of course and so would have been mercifully spared the third rate teaching at Maynooth. Though one can only imagine the vitriol that the Apostle would be subjected to from some of the commentators filled to the brim with self-righteousness on here!).

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  8. Repented anon 11:28!! We will see... nobody saw Puck or Byrne in Lough Derg over the summer. Byrne was "repenting" of his sins on holiday in Barcelona and Puck was "repenting" of his drinking tea and eating biscuits down in Kerry. Repent is not in their or the bishops' vocabulary. This is not about self-righteousness - it is about transparency and integrity in the Irish Church. There have been way too many dodgy characters ordained who as priests have then caused interminable destruction.

    Don't flaunt your false mercy shite here.

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  9. @11.55. Keep your wig on! Though I do admire your remarkable insights into the souls of these men - have you considered the prophetic ministry at all? You certainly have the gift of insight that with all my false mercy shite, I simply don't possess.... Cups of tea in Kerry and repentance are not mutually exclusive, though I do take your point about Barcelona....

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  10. Not only is King Puck back, but his return is on par with the Bishops Conference which is currently happening as we speak.

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  11. anon 12:02 have you ever considered getting a real job...your prob another lying hypocrite running around in a collar and black shirt...LOL

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  12. Hey 12:02 byrne and jones had six to seven years of formation and they are approaching ordination still using apps such as Grindr. Now there is a thing called mercy, and a thing called stupidity and naivety.

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  13. Archbishop Eamon Martin (currently involved in the Bishops Conference) apologised to the seminarians in a homily for the events of the summer but which he stated was "nonsense and a misunderstood allegation"
    According to the Archbishop "Maynooth breathes prayer through all of its walls"

    So as always it is business as usual as countless good men have recieved their marching orders. The gay mafia continues to protect homosexuals. Absolutely despicable.

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    1. The arrogance of that wimpy little girl of an Archbishop using terms such as "nonsense".

      You are right: it is absolutely despicable what is going on in Maynooth.

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  14. Pat, the whole thing is an absolute JOKE. A certified f*****g joke. The bishops or Maynooth don't want genuine vocations.

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  15. There comes a point where you just have to face the fact that you're being shat on from a great height. The powers that be (in all walks of life) will insist that they are not doing so. It's abuse, and the awful thing is that people who are abused put up with it and wind up dealing with the consequences years later.
    Meanwhile, at least the Irish dioceses seem to be attracting cuter candidates for the priesthood than the English diocese are... ::sigh::

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  16. The only thing being breathed through the walls of Gaynooth is the heavy breathing of Puck and the others r****g and w*****g each other.

    The gay brigade are in the vanguard with Amy beating the lead drum.

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  17. It's funny that Eamon Martin considers it all "nonsense". Diarmuid Martin must be a fool for withdrawing all his seminarians then. Sure poor auld Conan misunderstood everything...the two boys were only scratching one another's arse under the sheets.

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  18. Eamon doesn't give a monkeys that the trolly dolly was cohabiting in a homosexual relationship right up till entry to seminary.
    He doesn't care that Marshall was out in gay bars.
    Everything to do with homosexuality is nonsense but genuine people like Conan are treated like shite.
    Bishops can lie all they want but the Lord knows the truth.

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    1. If what you say is true, about that particular student living in a homosexual relationship up until he entered seminary, then that is cause for concern.

      Students, here in the USA, are required to have been sexually chaste for at least two years, before they can be admitted to the seminary.

      Chad, Texas.

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  19. It appears that Amy can empathise with Marshall and Dolly on many levels...

    Sure he doesn't care that deacons are on Grindr after skipping and singing through formation for seven years! Why would he be bothered with young boys frequenting gay bars and living with fellas. Sure they are only wee boys...wait till we get em into Gaynooth, we will have em on Grindr in no time!!

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  20. The Papal Nuncio has made a massive error by making Eamon Martin the Primate of the Irish Church. The Maynooth Gay Mafia now has unquestioning loyalty and protection from the very top.

    The wasteful stream of good Irish men to foreign orders looks set to continue as the Irish Church heads into the twilight zone.

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  21. 12.32 your opinion of the Irish seminarians being cuter than their English counterparts isn't fully accurate. Yes Michael Byrne is gorgeous and I definitely would do him but there's a hot looking guy in the pic of the 3 guys in white shirts (the middle guy has a purple tie on). Check out the guy on the right without a tie......can anyone tell me who HE is? He's seriously HOT......I wouldn't mind being caught in the middle of Gorgeous Byrne and him!

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    1. Rather self-satisfied, don't you think?

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  22. There's something sexy about King Puck in the jockstrap selfie!!! He has a great chunky arse. Wonder did he have any fun with the Kerry clergy during the summer???

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  23. It's getting like a cheap American soap opera

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  24. Chad in Texas - they turn into f*****g rabbits on entering Maynooth. If you are chaste going in you won't be going out. The place is a glorified whore house, run by whores and liars.

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  25. I don't know why there is a debate about ordaining women priests. Sure the Irish Church has been ordaining them for years...;)

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  26. By allowing a Seminarian like Sean King Puck back into Maynooth is a slap in the face to the Irish Church. Pat curious to know if Bishop Ray Browne is on your list to ask about this ?.

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    1. Ray Browne was a post grad in my Rome days. The quiet man. Steady Eddie

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  27. Pat, why is everyone getting upset about what's going on in Maynooth. Just look at the empty seats and mass attendance on Sundays. The whole outfit is in irreversible and terminal decline. Just give it time. And of course fewer bums on seats means less pounds on plate.....and we all know where that leads.

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  28. They are all having a great time. Holidays, drinking sure thats what its all about????? I am getting angrier by the day NOW.

    Come on +Pat its time - Im getting fed up of this place - time to close it down - lIGHT THE FUSE NOW

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  29. It appears that it is reasonable to suggest that nearly all these Bishops and the Nuncio are gay themselves. Would I be right in saying that Pat? Or am I off the mark in that statement?

    It just doesn't make sense that all this carry on is being swept under the carpet as if nothing ever happened. I am completely nonplussed by it all. :(

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    1. There has to be a reason for their tolerance of major irregularity. Someone has some one by the "goolies".

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  30. Thxs Pat. Did not want to add to every other situation you do wonders on. Glad Ray Browne is on your list over puck and I hope Ab Martin in Dublin too over his shit in covering up Georgeous and not making his Diocesan priest changes public.

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  31. 19.34 your missing the point. These clowns on staff and seminarians and the whole place called Gaynooth has to be closed down. Its time to challenge the Bishops one on one.

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  32. Have to ask why the young men from Oscott are on the blog? Surely they deserve some time off from studies for a rest and holiday. Fair play to them for coming to Ireland though. 30th Sept - would they have been in Seminary then?

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    1. Maybe Oscott and Maynooth have things in common?

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    2. Lol that's so obvious at this point. It's getting so a seminarian or cleric's picture appears on this blog (for no reason at all) and the revelations appear the week after.

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  33. What is going on Pat in the Irish Church? They are taking the people for absolute idiots.

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  34. Don't worry 19:34 Maynooth is setting the church here on self destruct.

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  35. spotted Byrne's 'friend' in Pugin hall this morning. another man fond of the designer clothes and aftershave. I suspect today's fragrance was Armani code.

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  36. the mind boggles that photographic evidence is discarded as "nonsense", a young seminarian with good eyesight was "mistaken" in what he saw, fr marsden walking out was a "non event" as far as the bishops are concerned...more fire than smoke at this stage (to reverse a well known saying)

    there is a big pair of balls enveloped by a clenched fist...no doubt about it.

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  37. Bishop Buckley are you saying that Maynooth and Oscott have something in common other than the training of young men for the priesthood? Did these British seminarianes meet with their gay peers across the pond in Maynooth ???? Was it pre arranged ? was it a gathering - Now I'm very intrigued !!!! Spill the beans?

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    1. The person who sent the Oscott pics says that Oscott is an English Maynooth. He says there is a "connection" between the two. I have asked him to clarify his contention and await his response.

      Many seminaries in the west appear to be, let us say, "gay friendly".

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    2. Oh honestly, Oscott has had the nicknames of Tosspots and the dating agency for decades. A priest told me that when he was there (in the 1980s) the then rector told everyone they had to stop calling each other by women's names. One of the priest staff slammed out saying that women's names were an Oscott tradition.
      Unfortunately the only name I can remember was that the seminarian who cleaned the chapel was called Marigold.
      I think we're all going to have to face the fact that a smaller or larger proportion of csndidates of whatever sexual orientation, have always at best failed to meet the discipline of celibacy. And at worst had no intention of living a celibate life.

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  38. Bishop Pat,


    Very interesting blog this evening and the link between Oscott and Maynooth - follow the crumbs and it could lead you back to the pro cathedral (24 hours in Dublin on a September evening). 


    It seems the hospitality and fun has gone somewhat international now..... can wait for the next piece of the puzzle. 

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    1. Oh! So we now have a connection between Dublin' Pro Cathedral, Maynooth and Oscott?

      I suppose we must now ask if "bodily fluids" were exchanged?

      Are you there DIARMUID?

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  39. Don't see why you have the Armagh guy up again Pat! Play it fair for gods sake!!!!

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    1. Was there a pyjama party in the Pro Cathedral?

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    2. Pyjama party??

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    3. Play it fair? Ya play hard ball with scumbags buddy...

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  40. Is there an inter seminary gay network?
    If so who is the co-ordinator.

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  41. Oscott is the most warped place on the earth , there is hardly anything for the students do apart from eat and sing dreary English chant , of course they hang around in lay clothes with student union cards and they can take out student loans with no intention of ever paying them back it's not a seminary for priests it's a place of discernment where you are in the clerical state when you are deacon and until then you are left to your own devices. Wednesday is their day off , you could leave the seminary Tuesday after lunch and not appear until Thursday morning prayer and nobody would know where you were or even ask you . The students are obsessed with which diocese they are from like a football team and every room has a tv and a computer there is no austerity or self denial . The gay side needs no comment except to say harassment makes life difficult .

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    1. Sad to think that young men are harassed. Sounds like Gaynooth.

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  42. If people spent less time leaving bitchy comments speculating about the personal lives of other people and endangering their souls in the process and instead prayed the Rosary daily for the closure of Maynooth, the destruction of liberal theology and converted their own gossipy hearts, the Kingdom of God would be a lot nearer at hand. And Maynooth would be no more.

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  43. The 'trolley dolly' @ 12.57, is he from Tyrone by any chance?

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  44. Anonymous at 19:41. Spot on! Yes, this has to be the key to their nonchalant attitude. The grapevine says that the nuncio is gay and that he has taken a shine to the parish priest of Knock, being a frequent visitor there. Then, there's the rest of the pack - well, being gay is not the problem - the problem is that someone has them by the 'goolies' as another commentator noted. In fact various people have things on them. My sources tell me that a lot goes back to Rome - and their own student days in Rome - that is, of the ones who spent time in Rome - Smith of Meath, Sean Baptist emertius of Armagh, and emeritus Kerry, and Diarmuid himself. Diarmuid had a strange run-in around Florence when he was young, back in the day, a lost credit card, an Alfa Romeo... ring any bells? And, there's something very fishy about the old Irish college villa at Gaeta - that goes all the way back to the 1950s when Donal Herlihy was rector in Rome. It's always been said that Gaeta was closed in the end to bury a whole lot of secrets. Ask some old priests ordained in the 50s about confessions at the Villa - and who the confessors were, and who went to the local PP instead. Ask some of the guys who were there in the 1960s about the swimming activities!

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  45. Honestly Pat, if you have an inside scoop that this trolley dolly is up to something let's be having it, otherwise just drop it. Maybe he did stuff before he entered seminary, he shouldn't have been allowed to enter seminary until he had lived chastely for a good while, but if that is all it is, then you haven't got a story and it isn't much more than bullying the gay kid in the class.

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  46. On October 3rd's blog, a comment was left about an "eminent Derry student" who was College cantor, got ordained and is no longer in Derry. This student, it is claimed, was caught in an "awkward moment" with Prof Sean Lavery, by Frank, the night watchman.

    Dermot Martin, it is claimed, is more sympathetic to gay priests in bother than he is to straight priests. He makes no effort to deal with a very scandalous situation involving a Dublin deacon.

    The Irish bishops admit there are problems in Maynooth and then do absolutely nothing of substance to address them.

    Concerns about inappropriate conversations and behaviour by formation staff go unaddressed.

    Students, it would seem, who are unsuitable candidates for the priesthood, are accepted in Maynooth and allowed to proceed unchallenged.

    All of the above and more, makes for a very worrying scenario for the Church in Ireland and, I do believe, we should prepare ourselves for the inevitable worst case scenario - an ABSOLUTELY MASSIVE SCANDAL!!

    Weary priest,
    Dublin

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  47. Sean Baptist is a very vindictive one, even in retirement. He'll go to any end to punish those he perceives as having slighted him, or acted against him during his time at the college in Rome, or more recently in connection with the apostolic visitation of that place. Seems some of his episcopal stooges have woken up to his vindictive behaviour and don't want to cooperate in his purges any longer. Of course, Prior being Kilmore and ex Irish college staff, can't be a coincidence.Amazed Fleming has come unscathed through all this - he's a cute hoor! He even cam unscathed through the 'Give it to me Dwayne' saga back in 2000 in Rome, when those poor D&C prudes were so horrified at the terrible goings-on in their house of horrors that was the Pontifical Irish College. What a howl! The D&C guys listening at the wall, and then feigning shock and horror at what they heard 'Give it to me D.....'. Of course, the real horror was among the rest of the college when they discovered who was giving it to who - top and bottom roles didn't turn out as expected. When the D^C guys went to Des Connell - who through his own bad luck happened to be in town at the time - before Mass on the following morning (Sunday), he told them to go and talk to the proper authorities. They weren't pleased by that. I think they all left subsequently, apart from the older Armagh guy, who used to egg on the D&C guys. In all this saga, Fleming had the good luck to be in hospital because he broke his arm. Poor old Bergin had to handle the irate D&C brigade and the top and bottom - he was probably just as surprised when he heard the famous line.The two boys were ordained and now one is happily heterosexual, even making babies.... so we can't rush to judgement too quickly on gay activitiy in the seminary. The other is busy ministering to the faithful!

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  48. The funniest thing about the Irish College back around 2000 was the number of guys who professed to be straight and went around shouting against 'gays'. One guy from Cloyne used to rant about 'them gays' - referring to Roman gays who objected to JP II. Even Fleming found the Cloyne guy's protestations a bit much.I didn't stay at the Irish College - I left, but I stayed on in Rome for a few months. Funny thing.... who did I meet in a sauna - only 'them gays' himself and on another occasion, another really right wing Cloyne guy (always on his knees saying the rosary - so much for that Maynooth solution) up on Monte Caprino humping some bent-over Italian guy. Not a blush from him! All part of the job.

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  49. Isn't King Puck doing an STL on Aquinas with the professor of Litugy? Lol, i'm sure that makes for fun times over tea and biscuits. I'd say Aquinas doesn't get much of a look in.

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    1. Pulchrum est id quod visum placet.
      Lol!

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    2. Yes he does. Puck wears this :
      http://ink.maryandjesus.com/details.php?design=St-Thomas-Aquinas-Quote.68145&product_type=G-Strings.875

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  50. The really galling thing for many laypeople and ex-seminarians is the lack of transparency, the lack of integrity and the lack of justice and compassion evident in the whole Gaynooth scandal and the way the bishops have been behaving.
    Sexual orientation is not the issue in any of this. There are excellent gay priests throughout the country and there always have been. I think we can also understand the guy who comes to understand his sexual orientation a bit late in the formation process or after ordination. This presents all sorts of challenges and difficulties. These guys may end up being sexually active on and off, but may also be striving to live a promise of celibacy. I think, what we have a real problem with are the boyos who sail in, eyes wide open, make promises of celibacy on the altar, and fuck their way through life making no attempt to live that promise. Even worse, are the ones, fortunately not too large a number, who practice this way and then preach anti-gay brimstone in public, or advocate 'No' votes in marriage referendums, etc. Of course, the secret of most of these guys is that they have good insurance policies - they know the dirt on someone higher up, not necessarily their own bishops, but it could be something from the diocese's past or something on someone much higher up in Rome or elsewhere. These guys are generally immune. Pity the poor guy who gets caught in a gay sauna and doesn't have an insurance policy. He's shown the door quickly, sent packing, sometimes after 20 - 25 years of service/ministry and is left without anything. Who wants an ex-priest in his 50s in today's Ireland? Bishops can be brutal with these guys- no compassion, no justice, just nasty humiliating comments and a quick push out the door. No such thing as helping the guy to re-integrate to civil society. No, it's fuck you .. off with you now! Meanwhile, our boyo friends have the best of both worlds, orgies by night and by day,a salary courtesy of the people of God.

    There's an anger among ex-seminarians who were shown the door in Maynooth and elsewhere, because they were open and honest about orientation and their difficulties with celibacy, because they wanted to live transparent lives, because they had a sense of integrity. Meanwhile, you have a guy, like the Raphoe fella at the Irish College in the late-90s, who screws his way through 7 years in Rome, gay bars each night with a Roman policeman boyfriend, friends in the curia all the way to Cardinal Sepe, boasts of riding the ass off young carabinieri on a Rome-Milan train journey (that's what cuchettes are for), but all the way, he is building his insurance policy, so that his poor Carmelite bishop can't touch him in later years... not that it would hurt Boyce, but it would bring bigger fish out of the pond. You wouldn't mind, but the same guy professes to be to the right of JPII with his deep Roman collar... outwardly, he is the perfect orthodox Catholic priest. But, poor Boyce can't touch him, so he lets him off to teach in New York. Talk about letting the pig into the pig trough. There must be a lot of sore holes in New York these days.

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    1. To the boner 2357.
      Thank you for your compassionate contribution to this debate.
      Sometimes People wake up to who they truly are after they have made commitments, whether to Priesthood or Marriage or in some cases make a decision to be loyal to,and marry their pregnant girlfriends, though still exploring the possibility that they are gay.

      I have enormous sympathy for people in these type is situations.

      I do have a big problem with seminarians and priests who hide out rather than accepting openly and publicly that they are gay, made in the image and likeness of God.

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  51. Speaking of insurance policies... I assume that Galway priest shafted by Drennan before he retired, didn't have an insurance policy? Pity him, getting caught on a beach in Salthill in the headlights of those nasty Garda cars. Drennan had a field day with him.There's 25+ years gone. Will be interesting to see how he gets on with the 'settlement' from the diocese. Maybe he does have something he can use as leverage?

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  52. I see the wits are out in force regarding Puck's love of Aquinas. Nice to see such refined knowledge of medieval theology on here. Lol. Me thinks, twould be lost on ould Puck.

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    1. If memory serves me right st Thomas never discussed the issue of seminarians' underwear. This could be a possible area of research for an stl thesis.

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    2. Lol no he didn't. But he did write about his conception of what he calls effeminacy, and also how external actions reveal inward dispositions:
      https://abyssum.org/2015/08/24/a-priest-writes-about-the-forgotten-vice-in-seminary-formation/
      Perhaps if Puck would like to write a guest post on these subjects? I'm sure Pat would kindly publish it here?

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  53. Who is the guy on the right in the second last pic? It's the pic posted by Robert Dykes with three seminarians.........two wearing ties but the guy on the right without a tie.......he is sexy as hell!!! More of him please Pat!!! Yeah, I f*****g would!!!

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  54. Sexy as Hell? Yes, I too have seen the Devil. He's a charming young thing.

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  55. 16.27 even if we don't know who that hot young seminarian in the pic is you and I could always hook up??? I'm the one who posted at 13.44. Let me know!

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    1. You can't have him, he's mine.

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  56. Well, a threesome then???

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