Sunday, 6 August 2017

MC CAMLEY / ARMAGH THREATENING INJUNCTIONS!

THE TWO EAMONS ON PILGRIMAGE IN LOURDES

LAST WEEKEND A PROMINENT CATHOLIC LAWYER RANG A BELFAST BASED NEWSPAPER AND THREATENED THE PUBLICATION WITH A HIGH COURT INJUNCTION IF THEY CARRIED THE STORY OF THE KEADY PP MASTURBATING ON LINE!


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As it turned out the lawyer rang THE WRONG NEWSPAPER and made them aware of the McCamley situation.

Various newspapers have been on the story this past week and have been unable to contact anyone in Keady or Armagh!

Father McCamley's telephone rings out and you finally get a message tone with no invitation to leave a message!

The telephone of the curate FATHER JOHN MC KEEVER says: "THIS NUMBER IS NOT TAKING CALLS FROM ANONYMOUS NUMBERS".

The telephone of the other curate CANON CRAWLEY is ringing out.

A caller to the Cathedral presbytery in Armagh was told that ALL FOUR PRIESTS WERE AWAY UNTIL THE NEXT DAY.

It begs the question: "What would you do if you were a loyal Keady/Armagh parishioner who was dying and needed THE LAST RITES??? 

It seems that not only McCamley himself has taken to the hills but that his two fellow priests in Keady and his four colleagues in Armagh City have joined him at his casa secreto.

I wonder if AMY MARTIN in there with him too - maybe incognito with his baseball cap?



Who was seeking the injunction - Eamon McCamley or Amy Martin?

Who was paying the expensive lawyers fee?

Who would pay the thousands of pounds it takes to get a High Court injunction to stop a newspaper publishing?

MORALITY v LAW

Once again we see how the RC Church and the clergy/hierarchy work.

An important moral, church and social issue arises.

What do the Catholic hierarchy do?

Do they go to the chapel and pray about it? Do they turn to the Scriptures? Do they ask what to do in truth?

No!

They throw lawyers and money at the problem hoping it will go away and hoping to frighten off the media and the public.

Why has not Father McCamley made a statement about these matters to his faithful parishioners in Keady? Because they don;t count?

Why has Amy Martin not visited Keady to explain things to the people? Because they don't matter?

And this week AMY & CO are off on a pilgrimage to Fatima.



Amy is the spiritual director and leader.

Will Father McCamley be going with Amy?

Will Amy be telling the pilgrims about the Three Secrets of Fatima?

There's one thing for sure - he will not be telling them about THE MANY SECRETS OF ARMAGH, MAYNOOTH, AND THE IRISH CATHOLIC CHURCH

And if they dare ask - will he slap an INJUNCTION on them!







102 comments:

  1. You couldn't make it up. The lawyer rings the wrong newspaper and in so doing alerted them to the story of the Keady PP. Best laugh I've had all day.

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    1. As far as the lawyer was concerned, it was the 'right' newspaper.

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    2. 09.40 Your facts are wrong. Whatever newspaper it may be it still is scandalous that Armagh diocese wants to shut up the truth and the facts.

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    3. Exactly what facts are wrong. You had better explain yourself.

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  2. Well, well, welll Pat. While you are delighted making trouble and delighting in the downfall of others, most priests probably spent much of their evenig preparig homilies for Feast of the Transfiguration. If you go to that mountain top with Jesus in prayer Pat, ask him what it is he would really want you to do for him apart from rounding up the masses of anti Catholic bigots you can find. Allow Jesus whisper into your heart that you are his beloved but not the only one!! We are all his beloved and a good starting point for Sunday reflections. Let's keep it prayerful and nourishing today. And leave Archbishop Martin alone...please beloved one!

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    1. And some priests will have spent Saturday evening with their girlfriends - while others will have spent it on Grindr, Caffmos etc - or indeed in a gay sauna?

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    2. Archbishop Martin would be left alone if he actually did his job. If he continues to fail in doing his job than good Christains should continue to poke him into doing it.

      People like Pat are the thorns in Christ's crown - ie essential in the mystery that is Christ the King. Pat is doing an excellent job.

      CR

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  3. My poor dog died earlier today.. Please pray for him Pat. Him and you're Sheba are together now, from long time parishioner and good friend

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    1. Very sorry to hear that. I'm sure you are heartbroken. I'll be thinking of you. X

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    2. Despite that drivel at 00.28 that had me reaching for the sick bucket, this injunction proves McCamley's guilt and dirty little secret. Why else would Armagh prevent the story coming out and pictures and a video taken by his young parishioner who spotted him online. An injunction is costly Pat so why is Armagh forking out so much money to keep the evidence from public view? Where is this few thousand quid coming from? The collection in Armagh Cathedral this weekend should cover the lawyers feed nicely.

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    3. Are you joking?

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    4. Obviously guilty until proven innocent prevails here. Typical Northern Ireland.

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  4. I think the lawyer's 'mistake' "was deliberate!

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  5. Pat you are quite badly informed, firstly a message was read last week at all Masses in our Parish from Fr McCamley. Regarding the alleged disappearance of the Curates I can assure you they have been in the Parish all week continuing as ever to assist parishioners as they always do. I also find it disgraceful that you find it necessary to contact the home of Canon Crawley, a elderly gentleman who has given many years to ministry and is still there for us Parishioners, to ask him what, you obviously don't need his ministry so why annoy him. As is clear, we are short a priest and therefore Fr McKeever and the Canon have enough to do without answering calls from you or any papers. You seem to think this is a big news story and that you should try and keep it going, the vast majority of Parishioners feel annoyed by they way this story came to light however we have great sympathy for Fr McCamley and while his actions are not what we expect from our Priest we are quite happy to forgive and follow the message of the Gospel.

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    1. I did not contact or try to contact Canon Crawley.

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    2. 01.19 You seem more of a fool than you sound. You said there was a statement from McCamley but not by him - did he actually read it out then? If so, did he explain why he was masturbating online? If not, where was he? Fr McCamley is not fit to lead any community, your excuses for him are unjustifiable and you only condone such filthy behaviour. God help us, if that's the attitude of Keady parishioners then no wonder why Armagh is in the state it's in.

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    3. @01.19 If my children were in Keady Parish I wouldn't be letting them near a man who gets sexual gratification from masturbating online. If he is into this voyeurism then it begs the question what else is he getting up to? Ugh.

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  6. MourneManMichael6 August 2017 at 01:41

    I don't agree Anon @ 00:28. Pat's revelations serve a valuable purpose in revealing the fester within the RC church, and in particular, its hierarchy. I am pleased therefore that he continues to shine a light into dark practices.
    Unfortunately many 'faithful', particularly the older generation, blindly opt without questioning its truth and veracity, simply 'follow the herd' of accepted RC practices and beliefs. In reality, that following is more often derived from family and community expectation than a rational considered examination of the RC church's foundation and practices in objective truth and reality.
    When one questions and objectively examines the whole farrago of the RC church belief system against objective evidence it seems distinctly odd that so many continue in those beliefs. But an understanding of individual and social psychology helps inform the imperatives involved.
    Humankind's need for emotional and psychological reassurance attempts to make sense out of the happenstance of our existence. It seeks to find a 'happy ending' renewal as an antidote to the reality of our life's 'flickering candle's ' extinction. Therein is the underlying origin and basis for the widespread development of the myriad forms of religious beliefs worldwide.
    But the psychological, social and community spin-off benefits of religious beliefs don't make those beliefs true! Additionally, many would persuasively argue that the harm caused by religion far outweigh its benefits.

    So while I appreciate some of the 'benefits' of religious belief, I have a deep objection to the hypocritical RC hierarchical practices Pat regularly reveals, and believe he is providing a valuable service in so doing.
    MMM

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    1. MMM, your contribution is thought provoking and intelligent. We all want TRUTH, but it must come after genuine research and debate. Pat has ulterior motives because of his past conflicts with the Catholic Church, much of it of his own making. There is evident hypocrisy in many Church experiences, witness and teachings. I have a rich experience through my faith and I admire the dedication of my local clergy. They are much loved by all. I also recognise the failures of many in the Church but I too am a sinner. It's the self righteousness of Pat and the lie that his own life is so pure and faultless that is nauseating. Those of us who remember him from student days have different stories to tell and those who worked with him also reveal Pat to be a very self serving, arrogant man. Nothing changes!! se

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    2. More church propaganda Anonymous?

      I've had this for 30 years


      Come out of the shadows. Name yourself and I'll debate with you.

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    3. 10.57 will not emerge from the shadows, he's like so many of his fellow sexially active Priests he's trying to cover up for - gutless, spineless, living and leeching of the laity. People like you disgust me.

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  7. Standard response heads down lads and it'll all blow over.

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  8. Pat, what is about Armagh? Just to think of the cover ups over the years, sending the Police to you about your blog, injunctions against newspapers, Sex Clinics in America. We have a priest inadvertently showing Communion parents gay porn from a memory stick. Now we have that dirty old man in Keady as PP. Let's hope he has washed his hands before giving out Communion. Armagh seems to go from bad to worse on the filth scale. Where is it all going to end?

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    1. Its all going to continue as long as people like Amy Martin cover things up instead of dealing decisively with things.

      Its called weak or absent leadership.

      Or maybe there is more behind it?

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  9. Seems strange applying for an injunction when most people already know about Fr McCamley pulling his pud online. Mind you, how does Amy explain this world-wide-wank to his elderly parishioners? I wonder.

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    1. 'World-wide-...': thanks for my first bellylaugh of the day.😅

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    2. Maybe Amy will tell the Armagh elderly that Father McCamley was trying to show Keady farmers how to milk their cows?

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    3. The injunction was to avoid showing material that was recorded by the young man of his PP tossing off online with his face showing.

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    4. When I am in Fatima (not with Armagh diocese) but at the same time, I'm going to make it my business to grab a word with Archbishop Martin. I think we might be on the same flight. I want to know why he is not dealing effectively with priests like McCamley but I expect I'll get bundled out of the way or have the Portuguese Police sent after me.
      Down & Connor Pilgrim

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    5. Good luck with getting an honest and open response.

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    6. If I were you I'd corner him and shame him into answering your questions. Don't be fobbed off with any of his flannel. Also don't be fobbed off if he offers to meet you at another time because he never does and it's the biggest trick in Amy's book. Take it from one who knows from past experience. Corner him then and there.

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    7. @10:52

      Fr McCamley will be probably sitting next to ++Martin. They both have enough brassneck.

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    8. He could be sitting next to worse people. You bigot.

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  10. Last rites vs first rites! I would be more worried about how people are treated in this life and leave the next life to God. However I appreciate your point Pat. Transfiguration? I wonder what transfiguration these alleged weirdos were hoping for being allegedly inappropriate on the internet. Hiding in the undergrowth-no pun intended-seems to be a trait of some of the collared persuasion

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  11. McCamley needs to go and far away from Keady as possible. What revolting behaviour from a man who should know better - Dean of Armagh if you please! Perhaps it's time you came down here Bishop Buckley and hear people's anger over this. Reading this today about newspapers being gagged about reporting on this and priests not answering their phones makes me sick. Sure they have secretaries now answering the phone like Doctors receptionists wanting to know all your business.

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    1. I have already spoken to three Keady parishioners who are parents as well.

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    2. Pat, can an injunction be overturned? Perhaps it costs too much, I would dearly like to overturn it. I'm contacting a barrister friend at the High Court when he returns from holiday.

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  12. Yesterday in Belfast the Irish Prime Minister and serving members of both Irish police forces were to be seen parading their homosexuality. Perhaps next time a squadron of gay Irish clerics will get in behind them. Then we can all say goodbye to homophobia and get a life and move on. Live and let live surely and begorrah!

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    1. Bigotry unadulterated at 11:19.

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    2. I know that bigots generally are unaware of their own bigotry. So you will understand my difficulty in identifying the bigotry in my contribution at 11:19. Perhaps you would be kind enough to offer me some enlightenment.

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  13. Should not be on active ministry after this disgusting and exhibitionist carry on sorry that this Priest is not aware of his dignity as a Priest and a human being and has been behaving like a monkey in the zoo.

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    1. He's a dirty old girl.

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  14. He's taking the people of Keady for loons and fools. Maybe they deserve the likes of him.

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  15. Bishop Pat I have a story about the Dungannon priest. I sent you email.

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    1. Not another one? LOL!

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  16. Dear Pat,

    May I make a few suggestions on further reading and reflection for yourself & the band of followers you are creating on this anti-catholic portal
    Matthew 16 v18:
    And I tell you, you are Peter, and on this rock I will build my church, and the gates of Hades will not prevail against it.
    Pat, can you read, all this anti church rhetoric will fail, why? read verse again, Jesus said so
    John 8 v7
    When they kept on questioning him, he straightened up and said to them, "Let anyone among you who is without sin be the first to through a stone at her."
    As my relationship with Jesus has deepened, I recognise my own sinfulness, are we not all sinners. Lucky for me my sins are not dragged around the internet but left behind once I close the door of the confessional.
    Matthew 24 v30
    Let both of them grow together until the harvest; and at harvest time I will tell the reapers, Collect the weeds first and bind them in bundles to be burned, but gather the wheat into my barn.
    Again if we listen to Jesus'words, he is the judge, not us, and he will deal with us accordingly as in
    Matthew 7 v2
    For with the judgement you make you will be judged, and the measure you give will be the measure you get.
    Jesus' words, not mine.

    As Fatima has been mentioned in your article, it is extremely comforting, to turn to the Blessed Mother, keeping in mind her words:
    "In the end, My Immaculate Heart will triumph."

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    1. So, no challenge, just let it all continue unchallenged until the Last Judgement.

      Let priests do what they want and let God deal with it later on.

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    2. Where in the above is there no challenge. The challenge is both universal & individual.

      If we don't change our own hearts & minds, how far down the road of perdition are we willing to travel. Anti Church? Anti Nature? Anti Young Life? Anti Old Life? Anti Natural Marriage? Anti Sacraments? Anti Gospel? All these Anti's will eventually lead to the one big Anti. So the CHALLENGE is enormous, but starts at the reflection we see in the mirror, which anti are we? If we change our Anti's and return to the Church, everything will change. From the grassroots up everything will change, this will filter up throughout the whole Church. I can see this already with New Priests ordained, their faithfulness to Christ & his Blessed Mother.

      If we go back to Ash Wednesday:
      "Repent, and believe in the Gospel

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    3. 14.56 if I wanted preached down to I would go to Mass. You mentioned new priests being ordained and their faithfulness to Christ. Are you having a laugh? Just look at the current crop of Ordinands, some ordinations on hold, not to mention Puck, Gorgeous and others. What happened to Derwin, Coyle and the young curate in Derry. Please don't insult our intelligence with your pure nonsense and endless Scripture quotations, we are all capable of reading the Bible for ourselves.

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    4. Quite an interesting rhetorical reply, as a self professed non mass goer, your knowledge on current ordination status plus the situation on a few priests, I most say far exceeds the knowledge of your ordinary lapsed Catholic who does not attend mass. Your style of writing has a flow to it, can't help but note that I have seen that writing elsewhere. Father Derwin, I never heard of, quick google search, for research purposes, and up pops wisecatholic.blogspot, Are you starting to get the picture here, because I am. If you are going to slag individuals off, as above, at least use your correct pseudonym, Bishop Buckley, on your own website and do not hide under the anonymous title. Did I not read early in this article that you called someone, to come out from the anonymous title. Now, may I say, please do not insult my intelligence. I pray that you will not lead further Catholics away from the Church, may God have mercy on you.

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    5. 16.46 Firstly where did I say I was a non Church goer? You assume wrong. I am a lapsed Catholic, you assume wrong again. I'm a regular reader and contributor of this blog and I choose to be anonymous just like you have done. I knew about the Priests and Seminarians I have mentioned because I read this blog regularly. You obviously don't read it much at all which is telling, you do admit having never heard of some people so many of us on the blog are aware about. So don't assume wrongly that you know anything about me no more than I do about you. If you are not aware of the facts as you say, why comment in the first place and make sweeping claims and statements. Meh.

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  17. The man in question has been suspended from ministry and must undergo therapy before his case is reviewed by EM.

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  18. How much more will come to light?

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    1. If it's Armagh then probably plenty.

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    2. What about that other perv Armagh PP who showed parishioners gay porn by mistake that was on his computer.
      This happened in Pomeroy and instead of dealing with the situation Armagh sent him to Clogherhead parish. Will McCamley be sent to the outer extremities of Co Derry or Louth I wonder?

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  19. Auld Letterkenny Catholic6 August 2017 at 15:13

    Pat - Amy, Noel Traynor and the wounded healer have all turned up to the cathedral in Letterkenny for the ordination of the new bishop.
    As a member of the faithful I believe it is disgusting that Sean Brady continues to show his ugly beak in public ignoring the hurt and pain of victims of clerical sexual abusers. If he wants a public ministry could I suggest Lough Derg in the winter?

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    1. Are you at the ceremony? If you are, why don't you go to the "wounded healer", when it is over, and tell him what you think? Also ask Amy about the world wide w**k priest in Keady, while you are at it! Keyboard warriors are all very well but these boyos now need to be eyeballed and told straight to their faces!

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    2. Brady would turn up to the opening of an envelope. It's about time someone told the old goat he is surplus to requirements and is not wanted. Parading around in his finery wanting recognition, it's pathetic really. Phyllis Boyce can now take up permanent residence on the golf course in Raphoe after today.

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    3. 15:13... It is a basic Human Right to Worship or Pray in any Catholic Church, why wouldn't this not apply to Cardinal Brady.
      If you would spend time in prayer, then read and reflect on the whole Brendan Smyth saga you'll very soon see that Cardinal Brady acted on instruction from his then Bishop, fact!
      The Smyth saga and the other disgraceful case's of abuse within the Catholic Church have brought about a whole new beginning within the church which I'm proud to be part of.

      The Hatred and bitterness that Pat and many others show towards the ever evolving church will never break the will and Spirit that God gives us.

      On the Eamon McCamley distasteful saga, he's not the first and won't be the last, unfortunately!
      In every walk of life there's problems and scandal, the Church is no different.

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    4. 16:09, Fr Brady should not have acted on the instructions of his bishop: they were unjust, cowardly and uncharitable, an expression of clericalism whose purpose was to protect the reputation of clergy, not the welfare of vulnerable children.

      A priest's duty is to Christ, not to episcopal substitutes. Brady should have known better; he is, therefore, morally culpable.

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    5. He could also do it in a monastery away from public gaze.

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    6. Spare us the excuses and tripe 16.09. Brady had the names of children which were not acted upon. Those children went on to be abused for over a further 10 years - fact. You are a co abuser by making silly excuses for Brady. Tell your excuses to Smyths victims.

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    7. 17:13... And you are a faithful Christian? I doubt not!
      You fail to believe 'fact,' Brady abused no one. The church thankfully has learned from its dark disgusting past and moved on. Time has changed the rot off the past and we are moving to a new more open embracing Church for a new generation.

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    8. I have never heard anyone seriously use the 'Nuremberg defence' before:
      https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Superior_orders

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    9. Brady did not act, he allowed the abuse to continue and did nothing. It's like that old chestnut, "I was only obeying orders". The fact is Brady covered it up and children continued to be abused. What sort of human being asks an abused child if they enjoyed the abuse. Grow up and stop excusing the inexcusable if you had any Christianity about you. An apologist for abusers more like.

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  20. Wounded Healer has a total brass neck. He couldn't care less about the victims of clergy abuse otherwise he wouldn't show his face at these events. All company men together.

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  21. Auld Letterkenny Catholic6 August 2017 at 16:26

    No 15.20. I am away. Watching it live on the cathedral web cam.
    16.09 it is not a human right to pray in a catholic church. He isn't there to say a hail mary and light a few candles. The auld bollocks is there to preen and and prance about in his scarlet dress and be seen and be praised. He is so humble he has no room for shame.

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    1. Thats your opinion which I respect.
      I've my opinion and if you only knew the man I can tell you your opinion would change.
      He's far away from a 'showman.'
      A most modest and humble leader.

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    2. He covered up abuse - simple. If he was humble he would not show his disgraced face anywhere. He can't get enough of showing his scarlet off in public. You probably go around bowing and scraping in front of him, pathetic.

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  22. Bishop Pat I have a story about the Dungannon priest. I sent you email.

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    1. Did not get it yet.

      bishopbuckley1@outlook.com

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  23. Well send the email then for heaven's sake and quit talking about it

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  24. XXXX Xxxxxxc? The drunk priest?

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    1. Pat, were you watching the beautiful ceremony for the new BISHOP of RAPHOE! Thought I'd see you there!! Wasn't it a true, authentic celebration? It gave me, one of his priests a great sense of history, tradition and a gratitude for the gift of Priesthood. Our new Bishop McGuckian, a Jesuit, is a wonderful, balanced, intelligent, true and genuine shepherd. God bless him and Bishop Boyce.

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    2. That Raphoe Priest at 18.16 is sitting feeding his face as we speak at the big hotel shindig after the Ordination. How many of his poorer parishioners were able to sit down to a slap up feed today? I did notice one of your fellow Priests there today Father. I usually see him not in the Cathedral but doing his peeping Tom act outside the Gents toilets most weekends on the North Coast. I've told Pat about him and seemingly he is well known for it. Glad the Priesthood is well up in Raphoe. Bishop Boyce did a lot for the victims of Eugene Greene, he did practically sweet FA.

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    3. You sad little creature at 18.45. Sad, pathetic, jealous. Get a life you silly begrudger. Exactly what Pat wants from people like you - hateful, vile and ignorant intolerance towards the priests of the TRUE CATHOLIC CHURCH.....

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    4. 18:45: You did mention him before but not his name?

      Send it to me here or by email.

      I will not publish it immediately.

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    5. 18.55 They do kind of say truth hurts. Sounds like you don't like to hear the truth, well that's your problem not mine.

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    6. 19.07. You validate my point made earlier. You seem rather limited in intellectual faculties in grasping my point. Yes, real truth hurts and that is why Pat is very selective - he doesn't like deserved criticism of him and it seems by your response you don't have much ability to debate intelligently.

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    7. 20.05 Dear dear. Your intellectual ability stretches to just name calling as in your post of 18.55 - jealous, sad, pathetic and calling me silly begrudger too. Very intelligent and stimulating. If that's what amounts to your intellectual capabilities I pity you. As Christ said, "truth", "What is truth"? I suspect you only believe what you want to.

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  25. Everyone in Letterkenny Cathedral invited to proceed to hotel for sit down meal at 6.30pm. 200/250 people at €20/25 each is some bill. What happened to a humble cup of tea, sandwich and slice of cake? No expense spared by the new Bishop of Raphoe, starting as he means to go on.

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  26. O my what extravagant taste you have! Am sure you have never spend €20 euros on a dinner 17.51.
    Get a life you old skinflint

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  27. Nuala, you don't know the remotest thing about me. I have a life thanks, I'm not old either,certainly not an Auld doll like yourself. I've certainly paid more than €25 on a meal, maybe you know what the true cost of the meal today is given you are such an authority. My point is that there are many who can't afford meals like this because of their circumstances, maybe your too well off to understand that - certainly sounds like it luv.

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    1. ".. you're too well.."

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  28. Pat, is it true McCamley bragged of being well endowed?

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    1. He looks like he's munched down on more than a few penises in his day.

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    2. Ugh! Please respect our sensitivities.

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  29. I hope the wine list in Letterkenny was up to Noel Treanor's standard today? Or maybe he brought his own from Nicholson's in Crossgar. He looked bored stiff on the webcam. Down and Connor PP.

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  30. Aren't I the quare fellow sitting on my big chair drinking a scotch on the rocks as it gets a bit breezy outside by the coast. Thinking of Brady and the boyos enjoying their big Do up in Letterkenny. Also looking forward to Fr Shirley on RTE at 8.30pm for his/her final debut. (Dalraida Dicks stand in - does anyone know what's happened to him)?

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    1. Her finale you mean. LOL!

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      How could Fr. Shirley have a "final debut"? The word "debut" specifically refers to one's very first appearance in a particular role.

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    3. Quare fellow? Do you mean queer.

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  31. Thank you for comments about another Armagh priest which we will look into before publication.

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  32. Auld doll Nuala6 August 2017 at 21:39

    19.04 "Luv "you don't know the slightest thing about me or my commitment to feeding the poor or looking after those in need nor what I earn or my eating out habits.

    You mentioned the humble tea ,humble sandwich and humble cake. What humble cake??? Now who was who mentioned something about letting them eat cake?

    I assume you didnt hear the new bishop of Raphoe speak today.No doubt he will attend his fair share of tea and bun sessions in the future. I was annoyed by your implication Bishop Mc Guckian was extravagant. You omitted to mention those who cannot afford to eat out in your first epistle. I apologise for misjudging you and I forgive you for using such ageist and sexist language about me.

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  33. Anonymous at 10.52am. You have no right to do what you intend to do at Fatima. You seem like a gurrier, a trouble maker. If you get pushed around by Police you deserve it. Going to Fatima with such a spirit is a total contradiction. You'd be better off staying in your loo at home!!

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    1. Why shouldnt this despicable "Leader" be asked to explain to the faithful and financial contributors who PAID for his ass to be on that flight!!! If you are so deluded and blind sided by the rot in the catholic church then you are obviously not of sufficient intelligence to form valid opinions on others "rights"

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  34. Pat will you investigate Dungannon?

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  35. Fortunately, we have this blog and any unworthy priestly act can now be judged and penalised.

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  36. Pat, I've always wanted to know if you celebrate Traditional Latin Mass or not? What are you thoughts on it?
    May God continue to bless you and keep you safe.

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  37. Just watched 'Spotlight' the Boston abuse film tonight - the truth of the hidden part of our Church is so worrying - keep going Pat, a good and holy priest horrified and disallussioned by this mess and really pleased you provent it going underground.

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