Thursday, 1 June 2017

MAYNOOTH CATS ON A HOT TIN ROOF



It seems that we are in for ANOTHER CATS ON A HOT TIN ROOF in Maynooth this summer.


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Apart from the news that another member of the DEACONS OF 2016 has sprung surprises on us this week we have learned that there is an open civil war on the seminary corridors between the two gangs the QUEENS and the CULCHIES.

Apparently the QUEENS have not gotten over last summer's swift departure of Gorgeous and King Puck and are blaming the CULCHIES for all the trouble.

The CULCHIES on the other hand are calling the QUEENS nasty spiteful bitches and blaming them for supplying this Blog and other outsiders with in house info.

There was at least one battle royal on the corridors last week between the Q's and the C's. One gang says it was sorted by Fanny, Pryer and The Extractor.

The other gang says that at one point the Gardai were called in. This has been flatly denied by others.

Then yesterday we learned that some seminarians may have been taking spa treatments at Maynooth's posh Carlton House Hotel.



It's spa treatments include:

Facials - Euro 60 - 130.

Full Body Massage - Euro 60 - 130

Gentleman's Retreat - Euro 120.

Ultimate Couple's Package - Euro 170.

A Min i Retreat - Euro 70.



An awful long way from the seminary retreats and 30 day Ignatian Exercises I was subjected to.

PRESIDENT MULLANEY:


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I have also heard from a reliable source with access to the Irish Bishop's Conference that at their June meeting - next week - the bishops are going to formally announce that Fanny Mullaney is the new Maynooth president.


Maynooth's answer to Trump - President Fanny Mullaney
President Mullaney, according to my clerical source, has already been informed of his appointment.

Watch for the news conference next week.


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So what can we expect from a Mullaney presidency?

More of the same....................More of the same.........................More of the same...........................


Maybe one new adventure could be to take the Spa Treatments away from Carlton House and take them in house?


FANNYS GENTLEMAN'S  EMPORIUM 


What kind of treatments could we expect?


"A King Puck Facial" - Euro 60 - 100 - depending on length of treatment?

"A Boxer Byrne Full Body Massage" - Euro 60 - 120 - depending on length of treatment?

"A Celibate Prostate Treatment" - Euro 90?

It has potential ???

75 comments:

  1. A certain Seminary in England did once lay on reflexology sessions for its students. The Seminarians were all pampered like Princesses and it was all free of charge, paid for by the Seminary.

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    1. As a gay man from Dublin I can say that many of the seminarians and priests I have been with have foot fetishes. What is it about Catholicism and priesthood that creates foot fetishes?

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    2. Two of the Down and Connor priests who got into "trouble" - Fr. James Donaghy and Fr Paul Simmons - had foot fetishes.

      I these cases reflexology would have been a bad idea.

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  2. I am on the Culchies side and hope they kick the Queens Asses. As for Fr Fanny who is to become president of Gaynooth. What a Pussy.

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  3. If Fanny is made President, it just proves that the Irish Bishops couldn't care less about reforming Maynooth.

    Fanny was the President all along. She done the hiring and firing. All the scandals occurred under her watch.

    Hugh "Cowboy" Connolly was just a fundraiser.

    Business as usual.

    May the US funds dry up and close it down asap.

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    1. Any more news if the Wee Hippo?

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    2. One source tells me it was non Maynooth related ???

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    3. "Wee Hippo"??? - what a terrible moniker to give someone who obviously has gone through a lot in recent times in terms of trying to discern God's will in his life and made a courageous decision not to proceed with ordination at this time. I do not think it is either fair or appropriate to speculate on why he made that decision as that is his own business. We should remember him (and his family) in our prayers. Perhaps, a little Christian charity could be shown!!!

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    4. @11.54 poster

      We need more nice people like you!

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    5. "Wee Hippo"??? - what a terrible moniker to give someone who obviously has gone through a lot in recent times in terms of trying to discern God's will in his life and made a courageous decision not to proceed with ordination at this time. I do not think it is either fair or appropriate to speculate on why he made that decision as that is his own business. We should remember him (and his family) in our prayers. Perhaps, a little Christian charity could be shown!!!

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  4. Pat, while we are on the topic of seminaries and universities, when are you going to do a full blog on the Dominican former university chaplain, with an interesting Maynooth connection, who figured on here a short while ago? In public he adopted an uber-Catholic persona. In private, however, it was another story.

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  5. Where do seminarians get 130 euros for spa treatments? Some people have that amount to live on for a week. I work very hard and could not afford visits to luxury spas.

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    1. From their silverdaddies presumably.

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  6. There was the story told of a certain renowned Dublin seminarian who celebrated his St Joseph's Young Priests Society grant by taking a mate to The George gay club in Dublin?

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  7. Maybe if they had had spa days back in those tough old days back in Clonliffe, Maynooth etc in the 50s, 60s and 70s we would not have had the plague of child rapists produced by those institutions with their 'tough' regime? Whatever the faults of Maynooth - and they are many - at least it doesn't churn out sex offenders like the seminaries of yesteryear.

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    1. Is it not an exaggeration to say that NONE of the priests from the various dioceses around Ireland who hurt children were trained at Maynooth?

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    2. I'll correct my final sentence:

      "Whatever the faults of the Maynooth of today (compared to the harsh regime of years gone by)..."

      The point being that the Maynooth of today is incomparably superior to the Maynooth of years gone by with its harsh regime, predominately straight etc etc - sounds to me that the old regimes produced rapists, today's crowd merely men who experiment with consenting adults. World of difference.

      I'm also bored hearing about the alleged psychological abuse of seminarians today. These snowflakes need to man up and stop a-weeping and a-wailing. Not a single one of them is a vulnerable adult, so if they don't like it, either suck it up or leave.

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    3. I take your points.

      But don't underestimate the pressures of the gay cabal and being questioned by staff about your intimate sexual life.

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    4. I agree with you there, it's appalling and I am not endorsing Maynooth by any means. There's no place for gay cabals or invasive questioning. But still, given the horrors it produced in the past (and some regular comments I see that imply a non-existent bygone golden era when men were men and piety reigned), I can't get too excited about a bunfight between Queens and Culchies. Pathetic really.

      Though I do wonder that if they do go to this spa, will they opt for the Gentleman's Retreat or the Girls' Escape...:-)

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  8. I doubt if reflexology and massage is a cure for pedophilia :-) Dublin. PP.

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    1. You are undoubtedly correct as paedophilia is complex and deep-rooted (but reflexology brings the body into harmony and helps to alleviate stress and anxiety and so may leave the person much more calm and grounded. Such a person will be much less likely to turn to other unadvisable ways to alleviate his stress and imbalances and so less likely to make rash decisions with no thought of the consequences.)

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  9. Queens and Culchies! I haven't heard the word Culchie since National School. Animal Farm mentality on here today. How can people of such alleged behavior be of any use in the real world.

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    1. Sean, Maynooth is hardly the "real world" 😊

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  10. Based on whats on here Maynooth is not in the real world. I never had the pleasure of experiencing the place. I was sent to Kiltegan for a year and then was shipped of to Rome which was fairly ok in my day. Many have commented how an item on Maynooth leads to more responses on here. I wonder apart from the "cult following" on here how positive change might be effected for the hungering souls of Ireland. PS I cant seem to find the Independent Catholic Website and wondered how its going

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    1. www.independentcatholicchurch.co.uk

      Work on going.

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  11. The latest contention is that the Deacon Gallagher development is related to a Gardai matter ???

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    1. It's very serious, please investigate.

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    2. Have some information I am checking out. But in fairness cannot share it until I check it.

      I think the Archdiocese of Tuam should make even a brief statement.

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  12. Is Deacon Gallagher still in Maynooth?

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    1. I don't know. A Tuam priest told me he had a long meeting with Archbishop Neary recently.

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    2. No he is not in Maynooth, nobody knows where he is!

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    3. When was he last seen in Maynooth?

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    4. On Sunday last

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    5. I think Neary sent for him that day?

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    6. Neary was the bishop on the day

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    7. I know. The meeting happened in Maynooth.

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    8. Ok, keep everyone updated Pat. Word is that this is very serious.

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    9. If what I have heard is true it is very serious. I will keep you updated. I think Tuam should make a statement about this.

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    10. I too think Tuam should make a short statement. If what I heard is true I feel for his family at this time.

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  13. I was posting questions, why are you blocking them Pat? Like they are not offensive.

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    1. I can't answer all questions when they are asked. Sorry.

      Also some questions can be suggestive of wrong doing.

      Please believe me I will answer yours and all other questions as soon as I have the information required.

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    2. Honestly I was just wondering about a certain Fr X X that was mentioned and what the context was. I was not intending to belittle of attack you.

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    3. I fully appreciate that and absolutely know your intentions were 100 per cent.

      But what you ask is something I am looking into at the moment and something I've raised with a bishop. I promise you I will explain asap.

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  14. Aidan Gallagher is a b*****d! Not in the slightest surprised about all this. Always the slime balls that you have to watch. Biggest lick on the land in my time at Maynooth. Never liked the guy!!!

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  15. I don't know A G but am concerned about all this negativity towards him before the whole ins and outs are revealed. Just heard on RTE a young man wrongly accused of abuse was scared for years

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    1. Sean, AG has not been accused of anything on the blog.

      But people are asking why he departed Maynooth suddenly last Sunday and cancelled his ordination this Sunday?

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  16. This private matter should not be discussed on this blog at this time and should be left to the appropriate authorities to deal with. The situation which is a private family matter should be handled very carefully. Tuam priest

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    1. Covering up again for depraved clergy? Big surprise there.

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    2. @15:53 could you give us all your full name and address so that we can dissect your life? We need to root out depraved laity and even if we find nothing in the end, let's get it all out in the open - no harm done. I'm sure you would agree. Send pictures as well - thanks!

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    3. We do not know if what you say is true.

      I do believe that the Archbishop of Tuam should issue a brief statement on the matter - preserving confidentiality but quelling the widespread speculation that is taking place both inside and outside of Maynooth.

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    4. @15:58, what is your email address?

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    5. @16:12 my email address is:

      iamanastynoseygossip@hotmail.com

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    6. Perhaps Fanny should also make a statement in her capacity as President elect.

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    7. @16:27 upset your boyfriend has been caught out?

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    8. @16:54 I'm an exhibitionist so no, not at all. I love everything to be out in the open! I'd love to know more about your sex life if you'd like to share?

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    9. A tuam priest who is an exhibitionist. I always thought you guys lacked theology, but that explains a lot about that joke of a diocese.

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    10. Maybe he likes to exhibit his theological artifacts?

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    11. Lol Pat! That is a good turn of phrase! Touche!

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      Neither the time nor the place..
      (Thank goodness!)

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  17. ************

    I HAVE RECEIVED A COMMENT FROM A YOUNG LADY MAKING CERTAIN POINTS.

    I HAVE NO WAY OF KNOWING IF THIS COMMENT IS AUTHENTIC.

    IF SO I WOULD ASK THE PERSON TO CONTACT ME ON:

    bishopbuckley1@outlook.com

    Or

    0044 7900 287283

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  18. Pat, why is it that Maynooth is like a pressure cooker? It is relatively contained all year then come the warmer weather of summer the pressure cooker explodes?

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  19. You are right.

    But the problem is not that certain people in Maynooth have "issues" - but that Maynooth itself is SYSTEMATICALLY DYSFUNCTIONAL.

    For a while this dysfunction is under control and then when the pressure builds up and something new is revealed there is an eruption.

    The only way to sort out Maynooth is to close it and start all over again.

    The Irish Bishops are being morally negligent here.

    And person after person is suffering.

    Its not about "rotten apples".

    The barrel is rotten and infected beyond repair.

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    1. You are right - the place needs to be fumigated.

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    2. Curiouser and curiouser, as Lewis Carroll would say.!

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  20. We await developments...

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  21. If maynooth was sorted Pat, I would consider it, but preferably continue working because it sounds wild bad and very far from christology

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    1. Sadly it does not seem to be about Christ at all.

      Its all about church politics, ambitions, keeping your head down, watching your back and protecting the clerical caste.

      Maynooth will end very badly indeed :-(

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  22. UPDATE: A story developing this evening in Tuam. Garda have received information from a persons known to Deacon Aidan Gallagher. More to follow

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    1. Has he ran off with another deacon's boyfriend? Spent the Archdiocesan funds on scratch-cards or horses? This is the usual thing we hear of.

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  23. Perhaps they can massage all the evil away.
    Good Lord I think I've read enough trash today.
    The Garda scandal
    limerick university scandal
    Ireland seems to be infested

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  24. I have given up on the established catholic church. Bunch of self serving gobsites. I recon amy is a gay primate protecting his gay crew.
    Armagh farmer

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    1. I reckon the Armagh farmer is a fetishist. Slip of the pen perhaps, but reckon is spelled with a k - 'reckon'. But Armagh farmer wrote 'recon'. Now google 'recon' and see what you find:-) Freudian slip Armagh farmer, happens to us all...

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  25. He certainly is a nonentity....never nothing to say
    And Brady running to Lourdes every year
    Exactly who pays for his and the others fares
    Us backwater rural dwellers

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