Wednesday, 5 July 2017

FROM MAYNOOTH TO PARADISE

HUGH "COWBOY" CONNOLLY SAYS MASS ON SUN DRENCHED 

FRENCH BEACH 




QUESTION: WHAT REWARD CAN YOU EXPECT FROM SCREWING UP A NATIONAL SEMINARY?

ANSWER: A SOFT NUMBER IN PARIS AND SAYING YOUR MASS ON A BIN ON A SUN DRENCHED FRENCH BEACH.

The above picture of the former "highly regarded! president of GAYNOOTH was sent to us by a French contact.

It shows the Bold Hugh celebrating Mass on a sun soaked French beach - a long way from the dark granite walls and rain of Maynooth.

After TEN YEARS of guiding MAYNOOTH to INTERNATIONAL PROMINENCE Hugh is now the chaplain to the Irish Community in the French capital.

Over there in Paris many people do not know about the STRANGE GOINGS ON in Maynooth.

They have not heard of GORGEOUS or the Kerry jewel in the Crown KING PUCK.

They just see this well tanned Irishman in his 50s wearing a RAINBOW / GAY coloured stole celebrating Mass for them on the beach.

Presumably followed by a fine French beach picnic of baguette, camembert, Toulouse sausage, cassoulet, tart tatin, and all washed down with a fine Chateauneuf du Pape and rounded off with a Nolsette coffee, petit fours and a large cognac.


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With a job like this why would our Hughie even want to die and go to Heaven!

He is already in Heaven - reaping his reward for the great job he did in forming a generation of devout, prayerful, celibate, "pure as the driven snow"  Irish priests.

And to think also that Hugh had a narrow escape. 

He could have spent the final 20 years of his life in dark and rainy County Down places like Aghaderg, Drumgath, Moyraverty or Saval - no insult meant to the good people of those rural faith communities.

But instead Paris beckoned.

The Good Lord said to Hugh:


"Bien fait bon et fidèle serviteur. Venez prendre possession de la récompense prévue pour vous depuis la fondation du monde"

(Well done faithful servant. Come take possession of the reward prepared for you since the foundation of the world)

We all know that from the beginning of time God had prepared the Paris reward for the man who made Maynooth what it is today.

Maybe it is a little early.

But should we not be thinking and talking of Saint Hubert du Paris?


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Police Reportedly Break Up Gay Sex Party In Vatican City



Neighbors' complaints drew authorities to the apartment, owned by the aide to a cardinal.









Police reportedly broke up an “orgy” in June in an apartment belonging to a Vatican priest, according to Italian newspaper Il Fatto Quotidiano (The Daily Fact).

Details of the incident are slim, though neighbors’ complaints reportedly drew authorities to the apartment, which is owned by the Con­gregation for the Doctrine of the Faith. The official tenant is the secretary of Cardinal Francesco Coccopa­l­merio, a key adviser to the Pope Francis.

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It’s been reported drugs were found on the premises, as well as a group of men engaged in sexual activity. The priest, who was purportedly in line for promotion to bishop, was taken for questioning.


While sex scandals have plagued the Catholic Church for decades, reports of impropriety in Vatican City have increased in recent years: In 2015, leaked documents indicated that several properties around Rome owned by the Vatican were being used as brothels and massage parlours where priests pay for sex, according to sources.


News of the arrest comes just weeks after Australian cardinal George Pell, another top aide to the Pope, was hit with multiple sex abuse charges.



Interestingly Cardinal Coccopa­l­merio has voiced some support for the LGBT community: After the 2014 Synod on the Family, he expressed disappointment that the Church was not addressing the positive elements of gay relationships.

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We have both doctrine and people to consider. Let’s consider a very problematic topic, extremely current: the topic of homosexual couples. If I meet a same-sex couple, I observe right away that their relationship is illicit: that is what the doctrine says, and I reaffirm that with absolute certainty.

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Nevertheless, if I stop at doctrine, I don’t see the people anymore. But if I observe that two people really do love each other, say they practice charity towards the needy… then I can also say that, while their relation remains illicit, in those two people there emerge positive elements. Instead of closing my eyes to those positive aspects, I want to underline them. It is a matter of being objective and recognizing, objectively, the positive points in a given relationship, that is illicit in itself.

PAT SAYS:

This latest incident in The Vatican is the last in a long line of gay scandals.

Whether in Ireland at Maynooth - or in The Vatican the GAY CABAL is running the show.

It involves cardinals, bishops, priests and lay workers.





44 comments:

  1. Has Fr Dwayne Gavin of Meath Diocese finished as Chaplain to the Irish College? Is hugh the new Chaplain to the Irish College or working alongside? Meath will have another priest on the ground at least

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  2. ... and the Swiss Guards, they love it up too.

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  3. It was always rumoured that many Swiss Guards may be gay. So what as long as they are appropriate in their relationships as is expected of everyone. The church can not continue to do one thing and say another. The world is too small these days and that is not an excuse. The sad thing is that so many plod along say nothing and do nothing. This includes many good priests I suspect. Balls said the Queen if I had some I d be King

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  4. I wonder what soft number awaits Paul Prior, the ex-Senior Dean of Gaynooth?

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    1. I'm sure the Wounded Healer & Co will find Paulie a job.

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  5. I always thought Hugh Connolly's "bin Masses" were just Maynooth urban legends!

    Bishops! This is the man who ran your seminary... Saying Mass on a BIN!

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    1. Its so disrespectful,a bin on a beach with others around. What is that young man doing behind hugh?. It makes for a great caption.

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    2. Offering the Holy Mass on a bin! What would possess a man to do such a thing?

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    3. Do you mean a has being has being saying mass for beings on a bean bin.What a load of rubbish

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    4. Canon Law 932.1 regulates that Holy Mass is said in as reverential an environment as possible, usually a church or oratory of course. This rule should be adhered to unless there are unusual stressed conditions of war or other genuine constraints. Then Mass may need to be said for troops in barracks, or desert or jungle or hospital etc. Then there are missionary sites before the mission church building has been built or a Mass for poor people who would have to walk hundreds of miles to the proper church. In Penal Times (around 1700AD in faith-persecuted Ireland) priests feared for their lives and Masses were said on secret Mass rocks outdoors in rural places known to the faithful Catholics in the area. It was forbidden to say Mass in public or to have a Catholic school. So hedge schools were treasured and valued and teachers risked their lives to make sure that Catholic children weren't allowed to grow up illiterate - - which of course, was the intention of the authorities. (An illiterate person doesn't know their rights and cannot take any but the lowest status of employment)
      I don't know which of these threats the person who said that beach Mass on the bin felt his community was under but I am sure someone will tell me!
      Cecily.

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    5. I think it's time someone reminded Hugh Connolly of Canon Law no. 932.1
      There is an expectation that Holy Mass is always celebrated in an environment of respect and reverence.
      We take it that war conditions don't pertain in that country at the moment - - desert, jungle - field hospital?
      Or maybe it's a new mission area before the mission church has been built?
      I'd be interested to know which of those situations apply, Fr Connolly? Cecily.

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    6. Since when has the Irish hierarchy observed canon law and Roman rules? They do as they please.

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    7. Dear Cicely. God created the world. It is therefore holy. Since the Incarnation the earth is doubly sacred.

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  6. I doubt they will send Pauline back to a Parish, it would be considered beneath her. A period of time out for reflection or some further studies.

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    1. ... or extended sick leave.

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    2. no it will likely be 'further studies', now a euphemism for 'he went out to do well and he did badly, so were getting rid'

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    3. Arlene's on fire.6 July 2017 at 15:29

      I'm sure you're right. Pauline has never served in a parish. They might make her Mother Superior in a convent in county Cavan.

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    4. Are there any convents left in Co. Cavan?

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    5. Maybe Pauline will go on a sabbatical, that's usually a cover for most things these days.

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    6. What about the Killeshandra nuns? Are they still there in Cavan I wonder?

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    7. No, I think the Holy Rosary Convent in Killeshandra is abandoned for some years now sadly. They used to keep an African mission station in Sisters...

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    8. Surely he can mind some convent that has been taken over by Nama?

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  7. Whats with the multistripe scarf
    Maybe the bare ass girl could have used it lol

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  8. Sure if he went into a parish he cd collect loads of dosh for Mass cards
    And visiting the sick and older people

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  9. This blog is a refugee for misfits and malcontents. It is presided over by the Queen of clerical misfits M'lady Patrice.it consists in the endless repetition of scurrilous comments about priests and bishops. Its contributors demonstrate a paucity of intellectual ability and a shared hatred of the church. I suspect many are like Patrice, seminary rejects. Well bitch all you like and dream of a new International coalition of misfits. Frankly my dears who gives a dam.

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    1. 19.00 Get back into your pram. Just because your name was probably mentioned on here don't take it out on the rest of us.

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    2. When you consider those who currently fit-in in Maynooth then the comment at 19.00 is ridiculous.

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  10. Sorry to disappoint you
    I'm a Catholic mother and grandmother
    I go to mass regularly, and I post here most days
    I've no love for bishops
    I have many many interests.
    Ok

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    1. Granny you should bee knitting socks for the parish priest!

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    2. Go and troll someone else because it's clear you've only come on here this evening spoiling for a fight.

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  11. I agree about the endless repetition which is tiresome. But it's useful to have a place to express dissent.

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  12. Well allow me to apologise for the crude vulgarity which features here regularly.

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  13. It's a placed for the spineless who hide behind anonymity. If a Bishop is in sight they go weak at the knees.

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  14. There was a very considerate and welcome contribution from Magna Carta yesterdary and strangely, nil today.
    May we perhaps, look forward to such continuous and improved comments in the future.

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  15. 19.29
    I haven't knitted since I was 13... never correspond with any Pp, they not on my friends list.
    I'm off to the ring of Kerry to continue to enjoy life
    Go troll elsewhere

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  16. Pat...thought u had stopped publishing personal comments.

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  17. 19.27....go to bed

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    1. 20:26
      Does strike me that MC's change of character is very welcome.

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  18. I never read the bible, think it was because it was considered too vulgar for school kids
    Were there any obvious gay people mentioned in it?
    Also why were we not taught to read the bible like other faiths?

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    1. 20.30 I think the church thought people couldn't handle the reality of the stories the Bible contains.Also Latin evolved into a way of keeping people at arm's length. I would recommend that the Bible is essential to Christian faith. Marks Gospel is a good place to start. The gospels are available in booklets in most areas I'm sure.

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  19. If u feel spineless then I pity you
    Bishops don't feature my life and I suspect the same goes for most posters here
    Is it the pink taffeta that weakens your knees?

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    1. I love meeting bishops, absolutely love it... because the look on their faces when they are addressed by their first name is always comical. I also like to ask random questions like, "has the funny business in Maynooth quietened down yet?".

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  20. I heard "Coccopa­l­merio" is a new name for a hand-job in Rome.

    What a dirty old bugger.

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