Tuesday, 23 May 2017

US PAEDOPHILE PRIEST / MURDERER RETIRED TO IRELAND!

Priest who came to Ireland in 1990s linked to nun's murder in new Netflix documentary The Keepers

Sister Catherine Anne Cesnick, Fr Joseph Maskell. PIC: Netflix

   
A priest who moved to Ireland from the US in the mid 1990s has been linked to the murder of a nun in Netflix's new documentary The Keepers.

The seven part series, which debuts on the streaming site on Friday, examines the unsolved murder of Catholic nun Sister Cathy Cesnik, in Baltimore in 1969.

Nobody has ever been charged despite a lead emerging in the 1990s when one of her former students at Keough High School came forward to claim she was sexually abused by the high school's chaplain Father Joseph Maskell.
She also revealed that she was taken to see Sister Cathy's undiscovered body and was told, 'See what happens when you say bad things about people.'

Police believe she was murdered to prevent her revealing abuse at the school.
In The Keepers director Ryan White goes beyond the murder and uncovers clergy abuse, repressed memories and government and religious institutions that he says “at best, dropped the ball over the last 45 years – and, at worst, covered it up.”

The Sunday Times reports that the late Fr Maskell fled to Ireland in 1994 after police arrived to arrest him but that in correspondence between Fr Maskell and the Bishop he claimed he had been given temporary leave in America.
He was employed by the health service as a psychologist.  When the diocese contacted Baltimore they were told about the allegations against him and this information was given to the health service.

However, the priest continued to work as a psychologist in private practice in Wexford until 1998.  He later returned to America and died in 2001.

Police investigating the murder in Baltimore exhumed his body earlier this year and DNA results are expected this summer.



PAT SAYS:

Over the past two evenings I have watched THE KEEPERS on Netflix on my TV.

I thought that I had heard it all about the evil in the Roman Catholic Church and that I could not be shocked.

THE KEEPERS shocked me to the very core of my being.

It is the story of 100+ girls being abused in a Baltimore Catholic school by the school chaplain Father Joseph Maskell.

One of the nun teachers at the school found out what happened and she was murdered!

Father Maskell brought a girl student he was abusing to see the dead body in a ditch to show her what would happen to her if she talked.

Father Maskell was also a police chaplain and the police covered up for him.

In fact he was providing school girls to police officers and others to rape.

The Archdiocese of Baltimore covered up for Father Maskell and moved him from parish to parish!


When the going got tough for Maskell he WAS MOVED TO WEXFORD IN IRELAND where he died without having to answer for his horrific crimes!


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DID ANYONE IN THE IRISH CATHOLIC CHURCH HELP HIDE HIM ???


We thought we had heard it all with the child abuse and the Tuam babies.

THERE IS MUCH MORE HIDDEN!

THERE IS MUCH MORE TO COME OUT!

Not just abuse and rape - but murder!

How anyone can support the Catholic Church after all this is totally beyond my comprehension ???




83 comments:

  1. Nothing they do shocks me any more ...

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  2. The Maynooth ordination class piece for 2017 has just been unveiled here in Maynooth!! Well, it wasn't really unveiled - it was put up on the wall very quietly...

    And guess who is on it?? Deacon Gorgeous!! So it seems very clear that DM intends to ordain him.

    This is the talk of the seminary at the moment...Even the deacons didn't want him on it, but the SEMINARY COUNCIL (i.e. Mullaney, Collins, Prior) decreed that his photo was to be put on it. Just in case anyone was thinking that things had changed here this year.

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    1. Take a photo of class piece and send it to Pat.

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    2. Yes. bishopbuckley1@outlook.com

      0044 7900 287283.

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  3. Pat, I don't think I can get you a photo of it... There is a cctv camera very close to the class piece. I'd have Fanny Mullaney after me if it was found out that I had taken a picture.

    Have you any contacts in Maynooth, Pat, who could go in and take a photo? It's on the main cloister near the entrance.

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    1. I understand. Dont want Fanny & Co after you.

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    2. Can you text me 0044 7900 287283?

      Total confidence

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    3. That is pretty odd since he would not be part of the Maynooth class - he would be Rome. He wasn't on the diaconate ordination board of last year though SJ appears on it - still up there beaming down on us! If you want to take a photo then pretend you are on a phone call and take it surreptitiously - it really is dead easy - but I rather suspect this is, as Donald would say, FAKE NEWS....

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    4. Actually 22:53, there are others on the class pieces in recent years who studied in Rome - it's a way of making it look like there are more being ordained from Maynooth than there actually is. Also it is not a "diaconate ordination board" - the ones pictured are normally about to be ordained to the priesthood. So in fact Deacon Byrne is pictured with his classmates. The reason SJ was on last year's one rather than this year's is that he had finished his academic studies. So, no, there is nothing fake about this news.

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  4. Just wondering if Maynooth is more akin to Hogwarts than Alice in Wonderland the way things are reported on here. Certainly damage limitation appears to be the attitude of the Irish church of the past. Hands need to be held up for genuine wrongdoing and going forward needs to be more spiritual transparent and people friendly. On a different note please spare a prayer for the people of Manchester following last night's horrific bombing.

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    1. Page, you were one of those priests who ran around being all things to all people. Where did that end up?

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    2. 13.13 You tell me. You seem to know me better than I know myself. Why do you stay anonymous. Please show respect I do have a first name. I am happy with my current state in life. I have learned many things the hard way and still learning. Where are you up to.

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    3. Yes, Hogwarts indeed. Truly a place for children, playing. Not turning out adults at all. Never mind adults who are superior to the laity, which is what they advertise themselves as.

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  5. Open your own seminary for your own Church. Leave us Catholics alone.

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    1. You mean you Roman Catholics.

      You are not the only Catholics in the world :-)

      Seminaries are outdated ways of forming ministers.

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    2. Is this in your humble opinion?????

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    3. They're also not ancient, dating only from the counter-reformation time, when the RCs realised the academic Protestanta had the advantage in argument over their haphazardly-trained priests.
      The clerical students up till then would be put to some reading and studying, either with another priest or in a school established by the bishop. To this day some religious priests will do all their studies in-house: I have known monks like this, for example.
      The advantage of the older system was it kept the training closer to the ground and more in line with the older idea of vocation, which was about whether you could live the life. The newer idea of a call from God both forces people to stay in vocations and sets them up to fail.
      What I would say is I feel the seminary system now is a pale shadow of what it was intended to be. The bullying and twistedness in some seminaries is terrible. Pat is right that it's had it's day - even in the 'glory days' of the huge classes of the middle twentieth century it had already failed. The 1950s priest factories let out a stream of stunted boys, who either went off the rails in paedophilia or alcoholism, or else gave up at Vatican 2 and have been de-inspiring their flock ever since.

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    4. Anonymous at 11:50
      I've bad news for you.
      As you support Maynooth and all it sexual exploits, you are not a real Catholic yourself.

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  6. You seminarians are public property within the RC church
    You make promises to be celibate, but this is not happening with some in there
    If there are hypocrites amongst you, someone needs to tell us the laity who pay for your so called formation

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    1. There are good seminarians in Maynooth who are given a bad name by the others.

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    2. Why should the vocations of the good seminarians be jeopardised by those who should definitely not be there? To close Maynooth may mean that the rot has triumphed. It shouldn't triumph.

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    3. I'm afraid Maynooth has failed.

      It was built for 700 - not 40/50.

      It needs closed and a line drawn under it.

      New wine needs new wine skins.

      Monastic type seminaries are not suitable places to form 21st century priests.

      A rotten barrell affects new apples.

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  7. 12.26 Fair point Pat. There ARE good guys in the midst of all of this who need protection and Prayers. As for opening a new seminary. Everyone is a formator for better or worse by the lives they lead

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  8. Can whatever decent priests are left in Dublin and Kerry not tell Martin and Brown they must not ordain these two men? Deputations to Nuncio?

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    1. Courageous priests are few.

      They would not be listened to.

      There is no nuncio.

      Only PUBLIC PROTESTS would have any effect.

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    2. Plans for these two ordinations are secrets just now. These ordinations will be over before we know it. Diarmuid Martin listens to no one. Dublin PP.

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  9. All we're hearing is that Maynooth has failed and Maynooth should be closed. But I don't hear many people coming up with real and viable blueprints for what should replace it. As usual,all talk and no proper and sincere constructive suggestions..

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    1. What about new smaller seminaries near cathedrals with the bishop and good pastors / otheds living in a community with emphasis on Vatican 11, pastoral experience - taking only seminarians who had spent time in the world - minimum age 25?

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    2. I certainly like the idea that prospective seminarians should be at least 25 years old. Knowing what you wanted to go towards--but also realistically knowing what you were happy to leave behind and hopefully with some more maturity and autonomous choice aside from your family's aspirations for you.

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    3. Anonymous at 14:29 is an example of a complainer, himself, of course, who suggests no positive action. Just whining.

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    4. 35 would be a better age, after they've got things like Grindr out their system. Even dissolved civil partners, or divorced same-sex husbands would be a better bet than the silly young queens running about today.

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  10. I suspect seminaries were set up to remove the person from society, friend and family. This would assure that their loyalty would solely be to their bishop and Rome...not the people. I was shocked when our parish priest announced that his loyalty was to his fellow priests and his bishop. The laity do no deserve any loyalty, I decided he meant.

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  11. Pat-what annoys me (I was going to say shocks) about the Gorgeous photo is that the poster said that it was the seminary council that said he was to go on it!! What a crazy "decree", insisting that someone who has been embroiled in controversy for the past year should go on it, and against the wishes of his own class!

    What is Mullaney hiding or who is he protecting?
    What is Collins hiding or who is he protecting?
    What is Prior hiding or who is he protecting?
    Surely they knew they'd be inviting uproar by making this decree about Gorgeous?

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  12. To the Seminarian snitch at 11.15. We were told not to speak about Michael Byrne, especially to Pat Buckley. We suspect who you are going behind backs and tittle tattling. It is also false to claim that Michael's fellow Deacons didn't want him on the picture, you are just a jealous and spiteful person. If they find out who you are you will be packing your bags quicker than you can say Pat Buckley. If you are who I think you are, you are only being nasty to Michael because he rejected your advances and infatuation with him.

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    1. So Michael made advances towards a classmate and you still think he should go forward for a disastrous ordination! As an ordinary practising Catholic, words utterly fail me!!!

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    2. Anonymous at 15:17
      If you really are seminarian what a poisonous place you show it to be. Nothing to do with Christianity, holiness, "priestly formation". More like deformation.
      Time to pull on your big pants, boys. Beyond Gaynooth, grown ups live and we are watching you, in disgust.

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    3. Michael made no advances to anyone 15.29 if you take the time to read my post correctly. Advances were made to him and the person became infatuated with him.

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    4. @ 15:17 and 17:51
      Regardless of who made the pass, the threatening tone of your comment doesn't show you in a good light at all. I rather think you should reconsider what you are about in training as a Christian leader.

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    5. 17.51 Oh really? Michael made no advances on anyone? Why did he contact people on Grindr then? And how on earth did these photos come about? Please don't take us for complete fools!

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  13. Not only that, but here we have the old story again - - the threat and assurance from poster 15.17 that the innocent person who has acted with integrity should be the one to pack his bags and be hunted out!! What does that remind you of?

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    1. That seminarian who reported the erection of the Class 2017 picture is a disgrace to our seminary and our Church. He knows that he was instructed not to talk to Buckley or any journalist about our college. These people are enemies of Maynooth and the church. I think he should pack his bags and go tonight after dark and never come back. We may have things that need sorted but this vile blog or the media is not the place to sort them. They should be sorted inside the church and college. Never hear of washing your dirty linen in public Judas.

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    2. I wonder what Freud might have made of your use of the word "erection" for the placing of the photograph. You should have used the word "mount".

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    3. And of course the conversation turns later to how the erection was premature!
      You couldn't make it up!

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    4. @15:58
      Your comments show you up as a nasty piece of work and *exactly* the sort of seminarian this blog is aiming to expose to the daylight.
      Your comment that another seminarian is an enemy of the church and should leave in darkness would be laughable if it wasn@t so bitter and twisted.
      What's on the reading list at Maynooth, Name of the Rose?

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  14. 15:58 - the disgrace to the Church and our seminary is the one who "instructed" us not to talk to Pat or journalists. But we weren't merely instructed were we? There was a threat of legal action too. Rather the actions and threats of a tyrant than a Catholic priest, of someone who wants to control seminarians and keep the truth under wraps. And you're supporting that while having the audacity to call the seminarian at 9:38 a traitor?

    Whoever you are, I'm sure you're sailing through Maynooth...You'll probably be made the next director of formation.

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    1. What you say is alarming.

      But you you really imagine a Maynooth priest staff member bringing you to the civil courts for talking to Pat Buckley?

      I believe you that the threat was made.

      But how could they ever go through with it without causing more scandal?

      More likely you would, sadly, have been expelled :-(

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    2. @16:10
      You're quite right, of course, and in fact very courageous.
      If nothing else these drips of information revealing what life is like in Maynooth will let others know before they go there. Control is always the first weapon of the cult - control of speech and information. The second weapon is isolation and a delineation of 'them' and 'us' - in this case, 'Don't go letting Pat Buckley know what's going on here, he is the enemy'.
      If Maynooth's house was in good order there would be no problem letting anyone know what was going on.
      To Maynooth seminarians: you're in a cult!

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    3. I'm afraid @16:10 is right :-(

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    4. Exactly, Pat - but this is why you have to keep the focus on Maynooth...The fact that we were told not to talk to you or other journalists shows that they are under pressure. They are concerned about staying in power at any cost...even if it means kicking out decent seminarians.

      I know you're no fan of the RC Church or the seminary system, Pat, but we've lost many good men thanks to the current regime in Maynooth. It also seems that Mullaney will soon be appointed as president - and I think you know what direction things will go in when that happens.

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    5. they're class piece has been taken down. Apparently it was "premature" to place it up too early.

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    6. Well there is an evaluation tool (developed by a Pagan leader) to evaluate how a group actually behaves. A common experience of people in mainstream groups is that when they evaluate their own group, they're horrified at how like a cult it behaves:
      http://www.religioustolerance.org/bonewits-cult-danger-evaluation-frame.htm

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    7. 16.51 There you go shouting your gossip mouth off again. When we find out who you are you will be history, although we have a good idea and you'll be heading back up North where you belong. You couldn't even take a photo of the picture as Buckley requested and blamed it on cctv, pathetic! Stop shooting your mouth off, your a snake in the grass.

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    8. @18:04
      Thank you so much for confirming that Maynooth seminarians are a bunch of vindictive, back-stabbing little queens. You have made Pat's point so much better than he could make it himself.
      @Pat - I suggest you invite this seminarian to write a post here about his understanding of priestly formation - it should be quite interesting.

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    9. To poster @18.04

      "...you're a snake.. " would be the correct version. This is because" you're" is a contracted form of "you are."

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    10. To poster @ 17.05. The correct version would be "Their class piece.." (If you write "they're" it would be a shortened form of "they are", which is not what you apparently intend here.)

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  15. You were emotionally blackmailed into shutting your mouth! That's what happened. Make no mistake about it. Would that you had the courage to call their bluff..!

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  16. Well that would be interesting-------- having a seminarian college near Armagh
    Just imagine the new priest formed by the incoherent inarticulate gobshie Brady
    Now that wd be hilarious if it weren't so sad.

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  17. BTW there is a Queens university nearby, set up in an old hospital
    So all in all , yes it would be interesting alright.
    And of course Rory could be resurrected to help out

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  18. As far as I know it was a simple female that told us about the list hanging on the wall
    Now , put that in your pipe and smoke it.
    Don't think you can apportion blame if u haven't a clue what posters are up tp

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    1. A simple female !

      How horrible !

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    2. That says it all!!!

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    3. Not surprising though. Lets face it, the boychildren of Gaynooth have no interest in females ...
      Aside from their Mammies.

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  19. Anon 17:05 - 'Apparently it was "premature" to place it up too early'.

    Yes, it's strange that it always seems to be the case that doing something too early is premature.

    However, Pat, this poster at 17:05 is writing nonsense - they're either lying or are not a student in Maynooth, because the class piece is still on the wall in the cloister.

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    1. Well take a picture of it then and post it here but you haven't got the balls to do it so just keep your beak shut.

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    2. This is the quality of "leadership" of the future church.
      These little brats squabbling ...
      The mind boggles ...

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    3. So, 18:15, if 17:46 doesn't have the balls to take a picture of it, what's your excuse?

      Too virtuous, I suppose.

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    4. Yeah too busy saying my prayers.

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    5. Yes, I hope someone takes the photo.
      I love baby pictures.

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    6. I think you may need to rephrase that comment at 20.23, it could be very misconstrued.

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    7. @ 21:41. I don't see why, I think it's quite plainly saying that the Maynooth seminarians are like two year olds having a tantrum, something now clear to the whole world after the display on here today.

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    8. Thanks Anonymous at 21:41 but I'm not a priest, so accusations of paedophilia don't come my way. You might want to reconsider your position, however, given that you gave that projection to what I wrote.

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  20. he means a stupid bitch, a dyke on a bike

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    1. Yes. I sure the good padre does.

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  21. Pat this is alarming if the diaologue between the two semianairians on here is true, that a trreat of legal action aginist speaking to you. This is totally worse than what i speak of before. DO i remember you saying here befote tht the newbies has t osigned something at the start of the year that hugie said they didnt

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  22. If the man from Nazareth came back tomorro morning...talk about clear the temple!He would stick his boot a few holes.

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  23. Maynooth full of bitches. These bitches will be leaders of parishes in the Archdiocese of Dublin. How sad. The people need to financially stop supporting these spoilt brats bitches. The biggest bitch of all is Dermo because someone has shit on him just like his other Irish Bitch Bishops.shame on you all. Instead of mrs Brown they should do a storyline of the queens and bitches in ministry in Ireland. Would get a great audience. Maybe Timmo could direct it as he wont be a bishop anytime soon. Rory and Derwin could have lead parts too. Hurray.

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  24. I think you will find Mr Happy Harry that the Seminarians in Maynooth at present will not be leaders of Parishes in Dublin. The Dublin Seminarians are in Rome and not Maynooth after the Archbishop moved them there. It seems your just too eager to tar every Seminarian with the same brush and knock them all down like a pack of cards. What a sad life you lead.

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    1. @21:39
      Ooh get you, what a witty riposte, ducky. When you stop drawing attention to the fact Happy Harry made a mistake about what diocese Maynooth seminarians are destined for, you're left with his actual point. That is that the seminarians posting on here today are showing themselves up as queens and bitches and unsuited to leadership in any diocese.

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  25. Maynooth has always been an intellectual backwater for those who couldn't cut it to get away to Rome. Nothing has changed except that nowadays all sorts are heading to Rome whose gifts, shall we say, are not in the intellectual sphere.

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  26. It's time your mouth was shut for good Buckley. Behold the days are coming..........

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    1. Thanks for your contribution, Rev. Martin.

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