Friday, 3 February 2017

THE CATHOLIC MEGA SCANDAL

TODAY, I am attaching the UNEDITED EDITION from Youtube of a film about the SIZE and EXTENT of the scandals affecting the Vatican and the Roman Catholic Church.




Until recently this film was only allowed on Youtube in a censored and edited form.

The film is 79 minutes long but if you want to understand the width, depth and height of the scandal at the heart of the RC Church this film is a MUST for you.

PERSEVERE WITH THIS FILM. YOU WILL LEARN SO MUCH - SO MUCH THAT IS SAD!

It deals with the corruption that has more or less completely overtaken Catholicism - scandal involving sex, money, power, deceit etc.

This film will also help you to understand why the DIARMUID MARTIN'S. the EAMON MARTIN'S and the RAY BROWNE'S of Ireland are completely uninterested and powerless in challenging wrong doing and effecting change and renewal.

Even if they wanted to change things - and they don't - they would be prevented from doing so by the bigger picture and the bigger beast.




Not even POPE FRANCIS can change things even if he wanted to. The rot is too great and too ingrained. If Francis really tried hard to do something big about it he would, quite literally, be murdered!

A priest friend of mine who spent years in Rome has told me: "THE WAY TO GET PROMOTED IN THE CATHOLIC CHURCH IS TO DO SEXUAL FAVOURS FOR YOUR SUPERIORS".

This same priest knew what he was talking about and returned from Rome having lost both his faith and sense of vocation!

This scandal is SO HUGE it puts the Gorgeous, Puck and Maynooth into the halfpenny place - but it is also the reason why these smaller scandals are tolerated and covered up.

DIARMUID MARTIN and RAY BROWNE cannot allow a small card to fall out of the House of Cards because it could bring the whole house down!

People in the clergy who are misbehaving know they are UNTOUCHABLE because they have the DIRT on the bigger boys and they know how much is going on.

There are lay people involved too - lawyers, judges, doctors etc who are covering up for the clerics.




Diarmuid Martin lived and worked in the Vatican. He will never admit it but he knows all about the machinations of the place.

What I cannot really understand is that all these men know that they are going to die and face their Maker.

Maybe many of them do not believe in a Maker?

Some words from the Bible come to mind:

"WHAT WOULD IT PROFIT A MAN IF HE GAINED THE WHOLE WORLD BUT LOST HIS SOUL"

"HAVE YOU NO FEAR OF GOD AT ALL"?

I can only come to the staggering conclusion that what we are dealing with here is PURE AND UNADULTERATED EVIL.

How mind blowing it is when EVIL marches around pretending to be GOOD!




I am at a loss not only for words - but even for thoughts!








47 comments:

  1. Interesting - as a career seminarian (I've since left) I gave my hole in service. in my mid twenties I grasped to be a prince of the church and did everything possible to get there.

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    1. Down & Connor I presume? Not much has changed then!

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    2. 23:24

      I for one would be very interested to hear more about your experiences without you having to identify yourself or any others. Pat.

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    3. You promise not to publish?

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  2. Here we are told that Benedict was so sweet, kind and trusting that he should never even have even been made a bishop. Well that's a change from him being called 'Herr Ratzinger' and 'JPII's rottweiler'! Which is it to be?
    JPII was too trusting with Maciel (whose order was phenomenally successful at attracting vocations and funds) and Benedict was too saintly to deal with the horrible truth that became evident and wanted to escape more of the same. He handed a dossier (about the homosexual mafia in the Church) to his successor and I bet a major part of the resignation deal was that Francis would sort it out. Absolutely no sign of that occurring, the infestation continues and indeed there are signs of it being encouraged by various appointments. Benedict must wonder why he trusted those who persuaded him to resign. The homosexuals still 'rule the roost' everywhere in the Church. God defend us from them.

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    1. Well they certainly don't rule The Roost in Maynooth!

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    2. ahah so true! they may rule the roost of Maynooth seminary, but they don't rule 'The Roost' in Maynooth town. At least they have the balls to throw unsuitable seminarians out of the pub as we have heard earlier. Something that would never happen in Gaynooth. Only the straight/orthodox seminarians are shown the door in the latter

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  3. I watched this film and it's beyond sad, just heart rending to see Maciels son and other victims
    I just wonder. To see JP2 greeting Maciel, how much are we deceived by propogaganda. For those who doubt that they would murder Francis take a look at Albino Luciano. I think Francis will go the same way, the Bishop in White

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  4. I can only think of 2 things. If these guys (in Ireland) have the Dirt why don't they use it and "if there are 10 good people in Ninneva..." Why don't they act

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  5. The Irish guys will not act as long as they are ordained.

    They will then be untouchable in their dioceses until they break the civil law

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  6. Ratzinger was a theologian not an administrator, that the point being made in this film (don't know how this sits with him being Gods Rottweiler) He was blocked by Bertone as Pope where was he in or on the Gay Lobby? So he handed the Executive over to Bergoglio.

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  7. Pat Im glad that you posted this documentary and I hope that your readers and followers will watch it through. It is tedious in parts and a little out of date, but well worth persevering as you say. It is deeply moving (those interviews with that young man almost unwatchable - I too wept, with him and for him) as well as showing just what the Vatican and central government of the Church is in reality like. I know as I was part of that for several years in the pontificate of John Paul II, albeit it in a very minor and unimportant way. I was involved enough to know what was happening and see what was happening. I know for a fact that the Swiss Guard knew everything about everything and kept a very close eye on comings and goings. You see unless you have worked in the Holy See you do not probably know that the gates are shot at 10pm and that after that everyone, be they lowliest priest or highest cardinal have to enter through the central Guard Room. There is no doubt in my mind if there were strange goings on these were always reported and acted upon. Now the way in which a misbehaving cleric was "punished" may well have been to "promote to remove", as was the common practice then - now absolutely stopped by the present pope, but there was an almost Stalin like control over things in those days - everything was "reported up", i.e. to the Papal Apartment and the all seeing and powerful Monsignior Dzwisz - then private secretary of the pope, knew everything for he had numerous spies and plants. To be sure that all changed with the election of Benedict XVI - a good man, but essentially an academic and not a people person. To be fair to him he worked hard at showing his more kindly, gentle nature (though not when he slapped that reported on the wrist for "door stepping" him - real fury in his face there; but he was a man who hated conflict and retreated to his room and his books when storm clouds gathered. He was totally compromised in his belief in and loyalty too Cardinal Tarcisio Bertone, a man that makes Rodrogio Borgia look like a saint. He was the dark heart of the papacy of Benedict XVI and he controlled the pope and towards the end had virtually imprisioned him in the papal apartment. It was Bertone who got the butler fired (and the Prefect of the Papal Household Harvey who had gotten him the job in the first place). Benedict in one of his last acts pardoned the butler, visited him, and made Harvey a cardinal. Bertone is now gone and has been rightly exposed for the crook he was and is. Francis is a shrewd Jesuit. He thinks of the long view. He knows that for him time is running out, but he has made huge advances in cleaning out the stables. HE deserves all our prayers and support Pat. There are many who wish and pray for his death.

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    1. Anonymous at 10:13, I, as an ordinary priest doing my best on the ground, take great comfort from your insight.

      We must never forget that "no matter how great the number of sins, grace was even greater" (Romans 5:20). The wheat and tares grow side by side in the Church until the Last Judgement. Evil is doomed and the fate of those who wilfully do evil is sealed.

      How terrible will be the everlasting fate of those - cardinals, prelates, bishops and priests - who were servants of the devil.

      Bishop Pat, I would not have been a fan of yours in the past on account of what I was told about you and, for that, I ask your forgiveness.

      Although I disagree with you on a number of issues, I have come to respect you, care about you, and feel great sympathy for you. I believe a growing number of priests and people support what you are doing, in providing a forum, where corruption and abuses are challenged and exposed.

      As regards the problems in Maynooth and Rome - generally - and in the particular cases of two deacons - I am not without sympathy for the two young men.

      However, the reason this problem has arisen and the need for its exposure by you, Pat, is because the formation staff in Maynooth are absolutely unfit for purpose.

      These two men, along with a number of others, should have been screened out long before they entered the clerical state with diaconate.

      It is absolutely appalling that this state of affairs has been reached. This is truly an appalling vista.

      Yes, as has been pointed out, if the "jockstrap selfie" is not the alleged person, you would think that his reputation would have been vigorously and strenuously defended, with recourse to every available remedy, both by the man accused and by his bishop, who, surely, has a duty to defend him, if he is innocent.

      The same is true of the Dublin deacon who is also accused of a very serious crime. There has been no robust defence of this man whose images (selfies), along with the story, are all over the internet now - and not just on Pat's website.

      It is astonishing and one cannot help think that these men have "dirt" on many others - including prelates of high rank.

      It is hard to know what to do for the best. I will pray for you, Pat. And certainly let us all pray for Pope Francis. Never, in all my life thus far, have I heard such raw hatred expressed for a Pope from "Catholics" of a certain ideological bent. There are indeed those who are praying for his death and looking forward to it. God protect Pope Francis.

      Truly, our enemy the devil goes about like a roaring lion, seeking whom he may devour. Be on your guard and stand up to him strong in faith (I Peter 5:8).

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    2. Dear Fr, Thank you. I think we need to stress the massive difference between WEAKNESS and BADNESS.

      We are all weak and for that there is God's forgiveness and healing.

      But here it seems we are dealing with BADNESS / EVIL.

      This is the scary thing. But of course we believe that the Light always overcomes the Darkness.

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  8. I might aswell as fuck it and take the breaking of bread by to the first days of the church simple blessing and breaking of the body. Do this in memory of me was all he said.

    Surely this must be the purest form of church.

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    1. Hank, would you, and other disaffected Irish Catholics, consider going over to the Church of Ireland? I'm not trying to be facetious, this is a genuine question. I write from England and don't have a full understanding of the Irish scene. In England disaffected Catholics do go over to the CofE sometimes - tho I appreciate that the political and theological context in Ireland is different (the CofI being associated with the Brits and very 'low church').

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  9. Hank you are right The Church has been being beucraticised into obscurity. Full of shite and no asshole to say enough

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  10. It's the Sean and Hank Show today again.

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    1. Even John the Baptist cried out in the wilderness. Are you judging me for having the balls to make a comment or what cause I'd really like to know.

      I am just a bum in the pew who has tried in any small way to make the catholic church a better place to worship in and yet you right ANONYMOUS @11:47 I have been hounded to the point of wishing I was not born into this Roman pert of the Catholic church.

      Its time the bums in the pews walked in procession and honest hearts to somee where more honest. Maybe Russian Orthodox, Eastern Rite something else has to be better at least the allegiance to Pope Francis would be all that it should be.

      Sean I'LL BREAK BREAD WITH YOU ANY DAY OR TIME

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    2. The early Apistolic church met in each others homes.

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  11. Again Buckley I ask you, Buckley the coward; what is the difference between you and those guys? Want to have a public go at it? Why not? You do it with everyone else! Cowardly editor who has the manner to claim to be a victim of the Irish Times. Cry to the PSNI, our anti-Catholic friends.

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    1. My friend you give away so much by what you say.

      Do you think the whole PSNI are anti catholic?

      I take each one as I find them.

      Am I a weak man / sinner? - RESOUNDING YES!

      Am I a bad man, a manipulator a user / abuser of others? NO.

      Are you so blind as not to know the difference between weakness and evil?

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  12. MourneManMichael4 February 2017 at 12:35

    Pat, the truest words in your above blog are "Many do not believe in a Maker..."
    Over the 50 years since I left the clerical state I have met up with many former fellow seminarians, those who remained and were ordained, and others who "left the priesthood" after ordination. Some common threads run through many of the ensuing conversations, which I summarise in quotations below.
    "Yeah, I chucked the whole RC thing in years ago.."
    "The whole thing (RC observance) is indeed a farce but sure I have to keep going......it's the family thing you know"
    "I gave up believing, you know, god, heaven and hell, and praying and all that, ...years ago. But I'm 50+ now without a penny to my name, no profession, so if I chucked it (ie remaining a priest in ministry), what would I do: there's no way I could manage".

    I think it's sad, but I believe it's a reality, that there's many, possibly a majority, of practising RC clerics who no longer believe the fundamental professed beliefs of their totalitarian organisation, but are trapped within it and 'find solace' elsewhere as best they can.
    Despite this 'loss of belief' those I have spoken with continue, in my view, to lead exemplary moral and ethical lives, and it's a moot question as to the extent that is derived from their clerical training, or the prior altruism that led them to the seminary.
    Central to the whole disfuncionality of the RC church is it's weird and warped edicts on sexuality, especially with regard to the demand for clerical abstinence.
    MMM

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    1. MMM right once again. I gave up prayer and study as a priest. Things fell apart. I did treat my work with the people and Sunday Mass as a prayer which kept me afloat. Now years later I have rediscovered prayer and study returned to daily prayer and am all the richer for it

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    2. I would say that I am a person of faith and prayer. I couldn't survive without it. Various priests have tried to get me more involved in the church. I have done about 28 years of voluntary work. The more I know about the church, the more it sickens me.I don't do any thing now and feel a lot better. I feel so sorry for those good priests trapped in such a vile culture.

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  13. Weakness and evil? Are you saying your blogs about those in Maynooth are evil and not weakness?

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    1. I think someone having a sexual "fall" is weakness.

      I think a priest pencilling in Mass and regular sauna visits to his diary is not weakness but deliberately contradiction.

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    2. But those who hold the pension pot in Armagh want you to payin and die in a hovel, you ask gor your emtitlement or present them with a rent bill cause a parish didnt have a house good enough foor a homeless to live in and they will laugh and basically say fuck off.

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    3. Big Hank at 13:40
      Not quite sure about your contribution here - could you please enlarge or simplify just exactly what you are getting at and its relevance to Armagh?

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    4. My broadband has been lets say far hrom stable and my comment was for a previous point. Am away on holidays folks enjoy some honest blogging if you can.

      Thanks solo brother I see and hear you.

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    5. Big Hank at 17:43
      Is there something out of order in Armagh?

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  14. Thank you for answering the question for me? Do you see the difference in this blog? Your control is autocratic and manipulating, so the answer is yes.

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    1. A blog by its very nature in one person expressing their views, thoughts and opinions.

      It is not and is not meant to be a consensus forum.

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  15. I am a young Priest who has ministered in several parishes for some years now. I got very disillusioned with fellow Careerist Priests who simply wanted to climb the episcopal ladder and still continue to do so. It was disheartening to see a new Bishop be surrounded by the same select few who continue to wear several Curial hats each. I have found the child abuse scandal nauseating and the lack of inaction by some Bishops, some of whom continue to swan around in their regalia despite retiring. I found Cardinal Cormac's commentary on that video to be repulsive given his abuse inaction over the chaplain of Gatwick Airport.

    I have always struggled with celibacy since Ordination and it had an effect on me emotionally and psychologically which resulted in poor health. The current homosexual saga engulfing Maynooth and elsewhere is also dispiriting. Being gay myself and I still struggle with that each day. However, to use your sexuality to bully others who do not share your same persusion is clearly wrong and immoral. To lie, deceive, cheat and manipulate in order to have gay sex is wrong and needs exposed, to bully others in the process is just sickening.

    I stepped down from Ministry voluntarily a few years back, I felt I could no longer carry out my duties. I was conscious that I was living a lie coupled with the fact that I had lost my faith in God and more particularly his Church. I do not pray and I have lost credibility in the hierarchy . I have been tempted to return to some form of ministry but I feel unable and unworthy to.

    My advice to the two deacons who have featured on this blog and others, leave now please. Take it from one who knows, you will bring damage on yourselves, to the people you serve and to the wider Church. That applies also to the prelates who will ordain you. You will carry a burden by taking on celibacy that will like me, damage you emotionally and psychologically in the long run. It may also result in you bringing scandal upon yourselves and your families. Quit whilst ahead.

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    1. Fr, Thank you for your honesty.

      You may be weak but you obviously have integrity.

      I think there is little chance of the deacons taking your advice.

      They will "hit the wall" in time to come :-(

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    2. Pat, Thank you for all the help and kindness you have extended to me. You are aware of who I am and we have talked at length. I hope I am a person of integrity but it has been a very difficult decision and journey but I am glad now I took that decision. I am indebited to you for your very caring pastoral support and wise advice. I am fortunate that my own Diocesan Bishop is a caring man, it's unfortunate for many fellow Priests in a similar position not to have that same luxury these days.

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    3. You do not need to thank me. It is both a pleasure and a duty. Dont ever forget that God (whether you feel, believe or not) does not crush the bruised reed nor quench the wavering flame :-)

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    4. 14 57 The proof of the pudding....I wish you well

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    5. Fr 14.37 I can identify with some of what you say. All I can say is it's not God's fault. I have come a long way since leaving and now combine paid work with ministry. There are avenues. If you have a genuine vocation to ministry it will never go away. I was away from church and chapel for 10 years. Happy to help in any way I can Pat has my contact.

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    6. To poster @ 14.37
      You say "I had lost my faith in God - -". But bear in mind that He has definitely not lost His faith in you!
      You are in the palm of His hand.
      He sees what you have had to struggle with and the pain you felt when He called you at one stage to put your shoulder to His cross. He sees and knows you like no other does--the person you really are and what you are capable of - - He is patience itself - - - - - and when you are ready to talk, He is listening. God bless, Cecily.

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    7. MourneManMichael5 February 2017 at 01:41

      Sorry to be so blunt Cecily, but this is wishful thinking originating in humankind's intellectual longing to make some logical sense of the reality of our inconsequential, albeit fortuitous origins, and consequent evolution into a self aware intelligent species.
      Humankind's rationality struggles with the reality of our insignificant accidental inconsequential origins and evolutionary existence, and historically has placed reliance on a succession of "gods" whose imaginary powers determine our future "destination". We abhor the reality of death's finality.
      MMM

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    8. Thank you Cecily for that. A reality check and helped.

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  16. www.bumedbytheboss.com

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    1. Or in the case of the Catholic Church www.BUMEDbytheboss.com !

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  17. Dear Pat
    have I to get two hats this year for the deacons ordinations in Dublin and Kerry? Or only one? Or none?
    Yours sincerely,
    Desperate-to-know

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  18. Bishop Pat, I couldn't watch any more than half of this video. My anger was too great to continue.

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