Friday, 9 December 2016

SEX AT WORLD YOUTH DAY

SEX / DRUGS ORGIES AT WORLD YOUTH DAY



SEX WITH YOUNG PRIEST AT WORLD YOUTH DAY:



RISING STAR COMEDIAN - AL PORTER FROM DUBLIN - HAS SPOKEN OUT ABOUT A "GREAT NIGHT OF SEX" HE HAD WITH A YOUNG PRIEST FROM DUBLIN AT THE CATHOLIC CHURCH'S WORLD YOUTH DAY IN MADRID IN 2011 PRESIDED OVER BY POPE BENEDICT.




In a recent article in THE IRISH TIMES - December 2nd - Porter says:

"I WENT OVER TO WORLD YOUTH DAY IN M,ADRID IN 2011, HE SAYS. AND I SMOKED WEED FOR THE FIRST TIME AND I WAS DRINKING AND I WAS REALLY ATTRACTED TO THIS YOUNG PRIEST WHO WAS THERE.

AND THERE WERE OTHER PEOPLE ON THE PILGRIMAGE WHO WERE SHAKING AND CRYING AND SAYING THEY HAD EXPERIENCED SOMETHING DIVINE. I FELT NOTHING.

IT WAS REALLY OVER CROWDED AND POPE BENEDICT WAS QUITE OVERWHELMING AND I REMEMBER THINKING EVERYTHING I'VE BEEN TALKING ABOUT THAT'S DIVINE IS REALLY HUMAN.


AND THEN I ENDED UP HAVING A NIGHT OF BOOZE AND WEED AND SLEEPING WITH THAT PRIEST.


WE HAD WILD EUPHORIC WONDERFUL SEX AND I WENT: "YOU KNOW WHAT? BEING A PRIEST IS NOT FOR ME".



Al Porter was an altar boy and a young Catholic from Tallaght in the Archdiocese of Dublin.

He wanted to be a priest.

Then he went on the Archdiocese of Dublin Pilgrimage to World Youth Day in Madrid 5 years ago in 2011.

While there he was introduced to drugs and alcohol.

He was bedded by a young homosexual priest from the Archdiocese of Dublin and as he said above they HAD A NIGHT OF EUPHORIC WONDERFUL GAY SEX.

He came away from Madrid realising that the priesthood was not for him - AND - HAVING LOST HIS FAITH!


Does Archbishop Diarmuid Martin of Dublin know who the young priest was who brought Al Porter to bed for a night of gay sex?




Diarmuid Martin was in Madrid when all this happened.

Is he supporting the priest like he supports other gay priests? Has he given him a "secret" appointment somewhere.

Is he mentioned in Dublin's "SECRET CLERICAL APPOINTMENTS LIST"?


This story further establishes that events like World Youth Day are used by priests to target young people for sex.

Young priests - used to having sex in places like Maynooth and The Irish College in Rome now go on trips like WYD - dressed in clerical shirts and skin tight jeans - to get new sex mates.

When they are not having sex they are con-celebrating Mass with the Pope and the bishops and attending workshops on themes like LIVING CHURCH and JOHN PAUL 11'S THEOLOGY OF THE BODY !



The only Theology of the Body they are interested in the theology of bedding young men for wild, euphoric, wonderful gay sex.

One of the interesting comments about events like World Youth Day comes from those city workers who have to clean up after the events - and talk about the number of used condoms that appear in the rubbish!

This was first commented on by the workers who cleaned up the rubbish in Buenos Aires, Argentina after WYD there in 1987 - Pope Francis' old diocese.

Of course many of the condoms are used by the young Catholics attending as well as by the clergy.


So - things are looking good for condom sales in Dublin in 2018 when Pope Francis comes to celebrate WORLD MEETING OF FAMILIES.

So many visiting bishops and priests will obviously need to stock up on their condoms. 








83 comments:

  1. Frankly it sounds like Al Porter is better off as he is.

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    1. Maybe? But what about the priest he slept with?

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    2. Has anyone ever wondered why they call it "sleeping with" when they are doing anything but sleeping???

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  2. Is there a pattern coming from Al's story presuming it is true?. Have vulnerable people been taken advantage of in places like Lourdes Medugorje or Fatima? Just throwing the idea out there

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    1. A priest friend telephoned me this morning to tell me of a field near Lourdes where priests take young pilgrims and where used condoms are regularly found!

      As someone who has been to Lourdes 28 times this was shocking news to me!

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    2. I'm going from a story I heard a long time ago. When I went down the road of sexual activity there was no avenue of support or guidance. There was a fear of loosing job and financial security. However wrongs need to be accounted for and going forward the lid needs to be lifted and church authorities step up to the plate

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    3. There was a terrible scandal in Rome involving the Discalced Carmelites. A man suffering from schizophrenia was used by several of the friars as a rent boy. When he objected he was beaten up. The congregation of his parish complained to the order but they did nothing. In the end the congregation went to the press. It was reported in the Times approximately 12 months ago.

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    4. Pat, the last time I was there in the 90s, the army pilgrimage was on. A Irish soldier told me that prostitutes were drafted in (forgive the pun)from Paris to service the soldiers.

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  3. it true that Moneymore Urban District Council appointed a new Marshal recently?

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  4. Yes there is a new Marshal and Sheriff in Moneymore, he likes wearing Calvins with a silver or gold trim.

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    1. Is he one of the ones who recently went on a BENDER?

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    2. Yesterday one contributor asked if Pat had evidence that seminarians were back on Grindr.

      My information is that a number of them have "migrated" to Fabguys, Bender and Craigslist.

      PP Dublin.

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    3. Whatever happened to Allisters Bakery in Moneymore?

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  5. Yes, you are correct Pat. Every summer in a field/meadow in Lourdes there are many rubbers picked up after young helpers having sex in Lourdes. Some priests are aware of it but the young Irish pilgrims top the list, it's a well known fact to the residents of Lourdes and beyond.

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    1. I know for a fact that the Moneymore Marshall has featured on the Armagh Cilla Sofa. Armagh Priest.

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    2. Is the 'Moneymore Marshall' a seminarian? Should he really be the 'Stewartstown Marshall?'

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    3. Hungry eyes....have you been reading a bit too much Mills & Boon?

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    4. Irish Catholic Lad9 December 2016 at 16:48

      @Anonymous 16:13 hahaha Hungry eyes was the nearest way I could think of to describe it. He had a way of looking at me that made me feel naked. But I liked him regardless, I thought he was a good priest. He was so keen on talking about vocations, so I was so sad to hear he left the priesthood.

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  6. This is a disgrace! Armagh seems to be at the centre of all of this and what's the Archbishop doing about it - nothing! Rory, Thomas and now Brendan. Is Eamonn compromised? Has he been on the cilla sofa too? It's all very sordid.

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    1. Amy is aware of everything.

      Amy is doing nothing about it.

      ??????????

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    2. Rome is aware of Amy's management skills.

      Rumour here is of a move to a backroom Rome desk job in 2017.

      Irish Cleric Rome.

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    3. Yep in 2017 they will send Amy to Rome. And who will be put in Armagh. The gobshite Noel T. Thats how ignorant they all are.

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    4. Apparently noel only took on d&c because he was told he would get armagh after a while and then red hat in the post . I think a red hat would be lovely on our noeleen wud bring out the shine in those snow white locks . I can just see him now in the cistine chapel votin for himself and stickin a couple of figurines up his cassock just incase he dusnt get elected. Could you imagine papa noel . Habemus papam we have a dope ! He comes out to the balcony and somebody shoots him thinkin it's myra hindley back from the dead

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  7. Irish Catholic Lad9 December 2016 at 12:50

    I know most of the seminarians and many of the priests who have been named on this blog over the past few months. It broke my heart seeing the names and photos here of guys I kind of looked up to. To say I have been gutted by all of these disgusting revelations is an understatement. I had a feeling some of them were gay, one guy for example always looked at me with what I can only describe as hungry eyes. But I never imagined any of them were sexually active, I thought they were serious about the priesthood. Feel like a fool.

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  8. Pat, Would you please ask Ab Diarmuid Martin why he wont make public his Diocesan Appointments and see what answer he gives. Then let us all know. Thxs.

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  9. Bishop Buckley I don't always agree with you. My son went to a youth day in Poland but never again. I am only finding stuff out bit by bit from my son and I am shocked. A young Priest in Armagh talked dirty with him and wanted his email and phone number. I disturbed because he told my son not to tell his parents about having his mobile and email details. It's all coming out and I rang bishop martin about it and all I get is he's not available. They took my number but I have never had a call back. I find it very sick.
    Armagh Farmer

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    1. Enough is Enough! THIS NEEDS SORTING NOW

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    2. Armagh Farmer, I am sorry that you did not get any response from Amy Martin.

      But this is the typical response.

      I would advise you to make your story public.

      If you wish I can put you in the right direction.

      bishopbuckley1@outlook.com

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    3. Armagh farmer 12:58. I can sense a load of nonsense in your post.
      I'm the mother of a daughter that had an amazing time at WYD. Her experience was mad better with the company of many young priests including Fr Thomas with which I hold with high esteem.
      His contuined Involvement and spiritual direction of the youth in the archdiocese is a most welcomed position for the Church which can only be privileged to have a priest like this serve God's people.

      I find these posts most insulting with no substance or fact to back up the slander of this good Priest!

      Can i ask you Pat, What have you got against Fr Thomas?

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    4. I don't think anyone mentioned Fr Thomas in connection with WYD?

      I have absolutely nothing against him. I have never met him or had any contact with him.

      For some reason he has blocked me from his very interesting social media pages?

      On the general nature of your comment:

      Maybe your daughter got on so well because she was a girl and not a boy?

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    5. Sean, with all due respect, you need to be a lot more discerning about the some of the nonsense you read on here. You are a priest forever, and one might expect that you would have a bit more wit than some of the gullible folks on here.

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    6. God 15.52 you sound so like Fr. Thomas, you almost want to canonise him. Your protestations are cringe worthy sickening. You only speak out now on WYD in Poland now but didn't at the time on this blog. It's you Thomas or a friend;.

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    7. Ah yes, I agree with Anonymous @16:50. There is no possibility whatsoever that anyone other than Thomas or one of his friends could possibly take a different view to the Groupthink. One MUST shriek with horror at each and EVERY unsubstantiated piece of gossip reported. Let's work ourselves up into our queeny little rages, based on, errrr no proper information whatsoever.

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    8. 16:50... I'm a proud parent with an opinion that seems to be frustrating to you because it's not what you want to read!
      I don't have the time to read this blog every day and only occasionally post, is there something wrong with that or does that make uncomfortable reading for you.

      My daughter got on so well with not just him but with many other younger clergy from the Archdiocese and other parts of Ireland.
      It soon will be 'Pats Law' that priests are not welcome to engage with others if it doesn't suit your party line, this is a poor reflection on you Pat!

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    9. 16.15 I take your point with respect. However if so much of this is nonsense why has nobody apart from one attempt to block the blog not objected. People's good name is in the frame. If on the other hand what is said is true it needs sorting. Enough talk time for real action

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    10. Madam, your daughter got on so well with said Priest on World Youth Day, but it was boys he was dealing with, not females-that is my complaint. Inappropriate language, calling other clergy by girls names. Why would you ask a teenage boy for social media contact and ask him not to tell his parents. That is scary. I suppose you wont read this 17.22 as you claim you don't have the time to read the blog everyday.

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  10. Don't understand why you attempt to portray Mr Porter as some kind of victim of clerical abuse. He seems to know his own mind and be very well adjusted. A touch of post-coital depression perhaps, but nothing serious.

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    1. I am not trying to say he is a victim.

      I agree he is very well adjusted.

      But his sexual encounter at WYD is a further example of what I have been highlighting.

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  11. Bishop, what is the best way to contact Archbishop Eamonn Martin?

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    1. Whatever way you try and contact him he will not answer:-(

      Especially if its a complaint.

      If you want action send your letter to me and I will get it to him and assure you of a reply.

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    2. Armagh Farmer makes a serious point and the pressure needs to go on

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    3. God love you, Bishop!
      I wonder if I am the only person in this nation who believes that you would win first prize in any competition to find the no. 1 trail blazer in unearthing (my sensitivities prevent me from using expletives) unpleasant matters.

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    4. I agree with 14.44
      I, if I saw s... On the floor, I would
      A) Walk around it and
      B) certainly not stir it up

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    5. And leave it for someone else to clear up?

      Very thoughtful of you!

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    6. You do stir it up, Bishop, and so spread it around - not exactly cleaning it up, but making it very much worse!
      Apart from all those, who is Al Porter!
      Can we believe him?
      As a Northern Nationalist I always found it difficult to trust southerners - they, DeValera, Michael Collins, almost the whole heap of unsavoury politicians have always let us down!
      I would rather live beside a good Unionist bigot than beside any southener!
      You would at least know where you stood!
      Quite happy to live as we are up here than be in a United Ireland governed by the yobs in charge at this time

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    7. Al Porter told his WYD story in the middle of a long interview about his struggle with depression.

      I certainly believe he is telling the truth.

      Of course I am a "southerner" too.

      But like you I prefer living in Northern Ireland :-)

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    8. @17:40
      De Valera was American. He was not Southern, not Northern and not Irish.

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  12. It does seem to me, Bishop, that you are more than a liittle bit competent in copraphelia (if that is how one spells it)

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    1. I did not understand the word "coprophilia" when Pope Francis used it to describe the creation of fake news or the spread of bad news by journalists.

      Its an "o" and not an "a".

      When I looked it up I saw it defined as: "abnormal interest and pleasure in faeces and defecation".

      I was a bit surprised that Pope Francis knew of these things.

      Are you trying to tell me that I am a sh** stirrer?

      If so, how could I be successful if there was no sh** to stir?

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    2. By making it up? Like the bulls** RC non-story of last week?

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  13. 'RISING STAR COMEDIAN - AL PORTER FROM DUBLIN - HAS SPOKEN OUT ABOUT A "GREAT NIGHT OF SEX" HE HAD WITH A YOUNG PRIEST FROM DUBLIN AT THE CATHOLIC CHURCH'S WORLD YOUTH DAY IN MADRID IN 2011 PRESIDED OVER BY POPE BENEDICT.' For a second I thought that the Pope was in the room presiding over the 'great night of sex' either as the master of ceremonies or a spectator. That would definitely take the biscuit.

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    1. Yes indeed - the copro would really hit the fan!

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  14. Does Al Porter actually say in his interview that the young priest he had sex with was from Dublin???

    Ok, its a moot point - priests should not be having sex with young pilgrims - PERIOD. But are we not wrongly assuming he was from Dublin diocese? He could have been from Spain, or France, etc.

    That being said - the whole scandal is appalling. The Irish Church is in a complete shambles overseen by men who are incapable of leadership.

    I feel very much for "Irish Catholic Lad" - and other good Catholic young people - who are being let down by guys who should NOT be in seminary, who should NOT have been ordained.

    I sincerely hope that someone in Rome is taking note of all these going on and takes some proactive measures to remove incompetent or compromised Church leaders from their positions. They are allowing havoc to be wrought upon the faithful and they are storing up innumerable scandals for the future.

    Let it be made clear: Grindr, Fabguys, Bender, Craigslist, etc. - there is NO PLACE for sexually promiscuous homosexuals, in the seminary, or as priests.

    Either those engaged in these gravely sinful activities sincerely repent, with all their hearts, and make firm purpose to sin no more, or else GET THEM OUT OF THE SEMINARY AND OUT OF THE PRIESTHOOD.

    If you don't, "Bender-Grindr" seminarian and "Wild Euphoric Wonderful Gay Sex" priest, if you persist in your wickedness, you will be in Hell a thousand times hotter - for the evil you have done - and the scandal you are giving - to the likes, for example, of "Irish Catholic Lad".

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    1. Yup he's from Dublin and his first name begins with J

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  15. Pat, I hear Archbishop Martin has Rory over in England looking after the homeless.

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    1. I had not heard that.

      He is not the first outed gay priest to be given a job looking after the homeless.

      I know of at least one other such priest who lost his job looking after the homeless when he was discovered having sex with one of the homeless young men.


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    2. Wonder has Rory got his Audi A6 2 door with him.....

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    3. As an English Priest I drive a 7 year old banger. It suits me well, why do Irish Priests drive around in Audi's, BMW's, Mercedes etc. They are too well off.

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    4. Yes, the 650 quid a month we get allows us to live in the lap of luxury. I am glad I didn't pursue my less lucrative career in accountancy.

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    5. Father, there's stiff competition over here, they're a prerequisite if you want to garnish the attention of some young fella!

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    6. @16:21
      Sounds low. Local priests in the diocese I'm in get a house and a minimum salary of €32,000/annum, plus stipends. Anybody feel like eating out 7 days a week? Or getting a new 3 series, A4 or Avensis?

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  16. I did ring Archbishop Martin in Armagh this morning about his young curate in Armagh. I was told by a very snooty female person he was unavailable. I was promised a phone call at 6pm this evening but the same snooty female pointed out it may not be the Archbishop himself but rather an Official. What do you have to do to speak to the powers that be in the Church of Armagh??

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    1. You will get nowhere with them!

      Unless you have money to give them they will put you off and you will get nowhere.

      The only way you will get their attention is to go public - either on this blog or through a reporter we can forward you to.

      bishopbuckley1@outlook.com

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    2. An Official!!
      Who might that be?
      Why don't you Request an appointment with the Archbishop.
      You're entitled to one

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    3. Didn't get a phone call from the official or Archbishop this evening. Still waiting....

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  17. Irish Catholic Lad9 December 2016 at 16:23

    I feel sorry for innocent Armagh priests who are found guilty by association with a guilty priest.

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  18. I hope Rory's taste in men are as good as his taste in cars.

    An Audi A6 Coupe - £ 32,000 to £ 50,000

    Must be good money in being Brady's / Amy's Master of Ceremonies.

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    1. I know that Rory's family bought him that car.

      Priest Friend of RC.

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    2. Was his father a SOLICITOR too :-)

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    3. Being a Priest my Parents couldn't afford to buy me a car.

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    4. If I were a priest id be too embarrassed to do house calls if it meant parking an audi outside the door of families struggling to meet mortgages, buy food and educate children... What priest needs a car bigger than a fiesta? Jesus rode a donkey... And that appears a rarity.

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  19. +Bishop Pat I thought you were going to confront Archbishop Martin of Armagh last Sunday at an event at Seamus Heaney's home place - and that there would be a blog on it - what happened did you not go or did they not let u in?

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    1. Unfortunately I was called away to deal with another situation.

      But confronting Amy is very much on my list.

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  20. This is crazy stuff! Here we go again, bringing lads and their names through the dirt. You have no sense Pat!! You need to be careful allowing names to be posted. Years ago your knee caps would have been in great danger! You just be careful !!!!!

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  21. I hope that you report that threat at 23.04 to the PSNI. I feel like doing it Pat if you don't.

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    1. I will do. Have contact in PSNI social media threat dept.

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    2. 23:04... Can never understand how this blog isn't libel in court most days. The unfounded and misleading posts is nothing short of scandal which I find deeply disturbing coming from a so called man of the cloth!
      Pat I always had some sense of sympathy towards you but of late I've lost all Faith and respect for you.

      As a retired solicitor I read no threat in 23:04 post, but an opinion that differs from yours and other posts and with that when your opinion differs against yours there always comes backlash.

      So respect for ALL posts!

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    3. The above is based on information published in The Irish Times.

      It is also based on truth. Truth is never libel.

      You obviously find some truth not to your taste.

      Maybe you spent too long with law - which is often the enemy if truth?

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    4. Pat lead me to the Irish Times were it reports or indeed writes stories about Thomas McHugh, you'll be searching archives till doomsday!

      Your misleading and unfounded truths that you write about will some day lead you to the courts, AGAIN!

      You'd need to spend the same time as I have lived reflecting on the truth and the meaning of truth!

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    5. Fr Thomas McHugh is a massive self publicist on social media.

      Don't you know that?

      He obviously wants media exposure.

      No one forces him to make videos of himself, publish his views and news on Facebook and Twitter and get Rory Coyle to film him with Sean Brady et al.

      If you spend as much time and effort as he does broadcasting himself he can certainly expect comment and reaction.

      Its a bit rich for a solicitor to talk about truth.

      My experiences of lawyers, with some exceptions of course, has been that 2 + 2 can be anything you can afford to buy :-)

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