Wednesday, 31 January 2018

RASHARKIN MYSTERY EXPLANATION


JOHN MURRAY PP RASHARKIN

ON A RECENT HOLY THURSDAY THE BISHOP OF DOWN AND CONNOR AND THE DIOCESAN CHANCELLOR TOOK THE UNPRECEDENTED STEP OF DRIVING TO A COUNTRY PARISH AND GIVING THE RESIDENT PP A FEW HOURS TO PACK UP AND LEAVE!


NOEL TREANOR





That parish priest was Father John Murray and his visitors were Bishop Noel Treanor and Father Eugene O'Hagan one of THE PRIESTS.

EUGENE O'HAGAN


The parish was Rasharkin in County Antrim.

At the time many Rasharkin parishioners were bewildered and upset and friends of Father Murray were angry.

There was no statement from Bishop Treanor or the Diocese of Down and Connor at the time and Father Murray was only months away from normal retirement.

On the day in question, Father Murray and a companion had to flee to Murray family members in Castlewellan in County Down.

Within a few days, Father Murray and a companion had left the country and were enjoying Father Murray's apartment in Tenerife.




Since then the trail has gone quiet.

However, the Blog can today reveal that the incident involved a safeguarding issue.

We can further reveal that since then, Bishop Treanor has purchased a new build property for Father Murray in Newcastle in County Down.




Bishop Treanor is also paying Father Murray a monthly salary and is also paying all his domestic bills. 

In the meantime, Father Murray is thoroughly enjoying his Newcastle - Tenerife commute.

For various important reasons, The Blog cannot say any more at this stage.

When we can we will keep you up to date. 

I CAN BE CONTACTED PRIVATELY ABOUT THESE MATTERS ON

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125 comments:

  1. 'we will keep you up to date'

    couldn't care less. He's an elderly man in retirement. Good luck to him I say.

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    1. Elderly man in retirement?? You must of missed the bit about a safeguarding issue. There is enough cover ups the parishioners deserve a full explanation

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  2. Is there another brother in the family who is also a priest?

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  3. Should Fr Murray not get a job in N Ireland if possible and then pay his own bills?

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    1. Close to retirement... he will ave his pension soon. As a priest in retirement he is entitled to be housed and provided for like any other retired priest. That is part of the terms and conditions of a priests ministry.

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    2. He's 75. He has all the pensions he will ever have.

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  4. Well I hope that puts paid to the usual comments we hear about Bishop Treanor.. "He knows but he is turning a blind eye.."
    Clearly not in this case,guys!

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    1. The Blog gets it wrong as to Bishops sometimes. NO Bishop would turn a blind eye it is that they must get proof because of Canon Law.

      And furthermore Archbishop's and Bishop's know now the rules have changed since last October and Pope Francis can get rid of Bishop's.

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    2. "can get rid of bishops.."

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    3. 00:24 Treanor does not come out of this one smelling of roses.

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    4. 11.25 yes Pope Francis changed the rules last year he can demote Archbishop's and Bishop's and has done twice alreadly

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    5. Don't misuse your apostrophes!

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    6. Watching spotlight atm and i think that makes it very clear that some bishops and clergy have and still do turn a blind eye. Is bishop Treanor paying these wages as hush money to John Murray who may know of many cover ups perhaps or has he bought him a house to keep him here to face the consequences for any actions he may have 'performed'

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  5. So once again Newcastle becomes the dumpling ground for another reject. We already have more than one ex clerical convicted abuser, thank you, Treanor! This is a seaside town popular with young families particularly in summer and the beach is now becoming more like a place of prying eyes where it's not just the waves we have to keep on eye on when we are concerned about the safety our young bathers! Does Treanor think the sea air makes these people reform overnight?

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    1. Write to the Bishop and say your thought but it maybe just temp until it is sorted out as the Church has a duty of care.

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    2. "Dumpling ground!"

      LOL!!!

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    3. Convicted paedophile ex priest Danny Curran wasn’t dumped in Newcastle - he is a native of the place. That’s why he lives there and,
      no doubt, as a sex offender, he is monitored by the PSNI.

      Are there any other sex offender ex clerics “dumped” in the “dumpling” (sic Lol) town of Newcastle, that you are aware of?

      Or do you just enjoy the view from up there on your high horse?

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    4. Re/"dumpling ground"... Whoops. Yes, I noticed the typo but too late. LOL.. My mistake.

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    5. Danny Curran is not an ex priest. Theres no such thing.

      He is an ex "cleric".

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    6. He’s been dismissed from the clerical state. He’s no longer allowed to minister or present himself as a priest - ever! “Ex priest” is as good a way of saying that as any. In any case, you know what I meant so stop being so bloody pedantic. Your friend Magna Carta is rubbing off on ye!

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    7. And he's now dumped in Newcastle... be he native or not. He was out of it.. Now he is back.

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    8. Absolutely! -poster 20.31--He was out. Now he's back.
      That makes him a dumpling.

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  6. Howdy guys! A couple of days touring in Ireland over from Nebraska and sure would like to do hook up with any of the Carta family here or in UK if anyone could put us up? (Thanks guys for tip-off)

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    1. I am so sorry 01:44, but, if you followed yesterday's blog, you'll know that my parents have, typically, fallen out with each other. As they have only two bedrooms in their home (one of them mine), I have had to move out, so that they can sleep separately; there is, I'm afraid, no room for you, and your many cameras.

      I have had to find other accomodation, at extremely short notice, and am in fact posting this comment from my new address, 1 The Under the Arches, Skid Row.

      I hope you enjoy our fair and green land. (Well, mostly green: there are historical red swathes here and there where we have liberally spilt one another's blood.)

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    2. @01:44.
      You'd be very welcome in my parents' spare room. It has been fumigated after the squatter who broke in there was evicted by the police. He kept muttering something about mummy and daddy. It's terrible they let them live like that.

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    3. Hey Magna.. nice to hear from you, buddy!Looks like you've hit the skids old mate. Tough that.. Holywood Arches you sayin' buddy? Hope your folks cosy along soon. Jason C.

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    4. Ah Jeez mate! J.

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  7. Pat, do we know anything about ‘the companion’? Gender,age etc.

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    1. Gender??? Come off it. I think we can safely assume what that is.

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    2. Well its not a Rasharkin farmer :-)

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  8. Strange why Fr Murray was ran out of town. No allegation or conviction. Put up in a free property. The people of God paying for it. The church is not a law unto itself any more.

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  9. I suppose you are leaving "companion" to our imagination.

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    1. We take it the "companion" wasn't his favourite teddy bear!

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  10. Pat Buckley, your facts are misleading, wrong and false. This is not a safeguarding issue and Bishop Treanor did not go to Rasharkin to evict Fr Murray. Do you honestly think a Bishop would evict someone and then buy them a house - are you really that gullible and foolish? Check your facts and get them straight before printing utter nonsense. I suspect this won’t get posted anyhow because you never post something that corrects you.

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    1. Where did I use the word evict?

      I said pack his bags.

      I have information that I cannot reveal just now.

      When it is revealed you will have egg all over your face.

      Stop covering up!

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    2. Why do you always publish things back up with phrases like, names to be revealed, facts to be revealed, details to be revealed... and nothing is ever revealed afterwards. The damage is done, but the justification never follows.

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    3. I think you will find you are wrong yourself. Bishop Treanor did arrive at the parochial house and fr Murray was never seen in the area again. Not sure about the safeguarding aspect but can state he was a law unto himself and arrogant with it

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  11. Miss Marple thinks that Fr Murray had already arranged an imminent holiday and so informed Bishop Treanor as a matter of courtesy. This prompted the bishop to visit him --catch him in person before he left--to clear up the fairly urgent matter of where he would live after his upcoming retirement in May. The house in Newcastle was discussed and the final details agreed upon. It's so easy to make wrong deductions...

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    1. Your comment tells me how little you know.

      Who told you that story?

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    2. Noel Treanor does not make courtesy calls to his priests, ever. In fact they are lucky to get a visit from him when they are ill and in hospital, even for a long time. D&C priest.

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    3. Aha..! But Fr Murray did!

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    4. That poster did not say that Bishop Treanor made a "courtesy call". He attributed the adjective to the priest
      So poster @ 11.47 needs to read more carefully as he seems to be a careless scanner!

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    5. Miss Marple 1.0. ROTW 0.0

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    6. So Miss Marple is one ahead? That figures.

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    7. 14:43
      ‘Courtesy’ is not an adjective.

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    8. (In a manner of speaking) the poster has phrased his/her sentence to use "courtesy call" as a combined noun. It is an accepted double, integrated into the language through frequent usage in certain professions and contexts eg
      "The courtesy car will pick you up at 7.00 am and take you to the airport"
      Thank you for your comment.

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    9. 23:33
      I know what the noun 'courtesy means,' how it functions in the phrase 'courtesy call' and what the sense of the post is.

      I'm referring to the irony in the sentence at 14:43 with its smug advice to 'read more carefully,' and its bandying about of the word 'careless,' while its author, in writing, called 'courtesy' an adjective.

      The wor

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  12. St Matthews parish, Belfast, early 1980s.

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    1. What about St. Matthew's ???

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    3. Indeed. St.Matthews in the 80's! A cover up beyond belief

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  13. Pat, from your comments about having ‘egg all over your face’ at 11.24 it seems you rather enjoy the humiliation of people. That’s hardly a thing to be proud of and has turned me off you, i find it very sad.

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    1. I do not "enjoy" humiliating people.

      Not do I enjoy people covering important things up.

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    2. Fair play to you Pat.
      We have had enough covering up going on
      Yesterday we read stuff about a late Archbishop...on here
      Today we are hearing about medical coverups.
      Please let the RC church be a beacon and admit to your coverups
      Why wait on Pat to expose all the dirty goings on.

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    3. "Why wait FOR Pat..."

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  14. Pat this was on here before.
    It was stated here that that priest was seen at the airport with his then housekeeper...now maybe that was made up, I don’t know
    And I don’t care
    I don’t know the man
    Sure Treanor is living in a luxurious palace..that’s more of a worry regarding God’s people’s money.

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    1. I agree with you about the Treanor palace.

      Everyone, including priests, are entitled to a comfortable home.

      That is not the issue.

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  15. If you know all the facts on this case then why appeal for info at the end of your article with your email details. I put it to you, you know little about this incident and most of it you have made up. It’s not exposing cover ups on this one, it’s belittling an elderly Priest and more importantly Bishop Treanor. When oh when will you stop this childish carry on.

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    1. Where did I say I knew ALL?

      The contact information At the end is for help for others.

      Which is needed when people like you want to cover up for clerics. You are a big part of the problem.

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    2. + Pat does not to highlight Treanor's doings. He does a great job on that himself.

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    3. Yesterday Bishop Pat was under fire for talking about a sexual matter. Today his critics are after him for discussing a matter all Down and Connor priests are aware of. It seems he can't win with what he rightly calls the Taliban Catholics.

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    4. 13.44 It’s commendable that you want to be Pat Buckley’s mouthpiece but he is more than capable of doing that himself. Pathetic really!

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    5. If its commendable, 14:36, then why sneer at 13:44? Huh?

      You don't post thoughtfully, do you?😆

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  16. Catholics get the clergy they deserve!

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    1. That's true.

      Sheep can't complain about the quality of their shepherds. And Catholics are nothing if not poor, stupid sheep.😆

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    2. We must be very good Catholics indeed because the priest we “got” is a gem.

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    3. Fool's gold glistens, too, 16:40.

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    4. In which case, Maggie Blue at 17:11, your whole life must glisten with fake glimmer.

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    5. I realise I was mistaken about sheep earlier. They may not be able to complain as such, but they can and do wander off, leaving the shepherd looking a bit silly. The trouble with these shepherds is they won't admit that this is happening!

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    6. Yes, the shepherds are, were, and always will be silly. They are true to their ontologically changed nature...much like lemmings somewhere along their timeline.

      I didn't know you were this insightful, Faux Magna! You're learning.😆 Slowly.😀

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    7. You guys are North Antrim sheep farmers.. yeah? It figures.. Jason C

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    8. I'm so glad you've acknowledged I'm right. It was just a pity you couldn't think out your metaphor fully before rushing into print. In future you would be very welcome to ask for my help as you struggle to express yourself.

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  17. @ 14.11
    A sweeping statement like that is always unfair to many Catholics who deserve the very best.

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    1. They deserve what they put up with!

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  18. Hey Magna. Howye doing, buddy? J.

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    1. I am coping, here in my makeshift accomodation. Thank you for asking after my welfare.

      Please be careful of Faux Magna; he's dangerous. And best ignored.😆

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    2. I'm great, thank you for asking.

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    3. Where ya hanging out, buddy?

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    4. I'd love to tell you, my dear friend, but Faux Magna could then locate me. He's not quite (shall we say?) compos mentos. Thinks he's I. (He would say 'me'.)

      I should be flattered that he so wants to be me, and I am. But his obvious lack of talent is such a hindrance to him. But not his maniacal envy!😨

      Anyway, raise a beer or twenty to me next time you're in a speakeasy.

      And avoid dark corners: you never know who might be lurking there.

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    5. I can only hope there's a Kennedy in any dark corner, just to show that the genitive of mens is mentis, not mentos. Where were you dragged up?

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    6. A mere 'typo', dear boy.😅 Not lack of erudition.😆

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    7. A mere 'typo', dear boy.😅 Not lack of erudition.😆

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    8. More like a mere teepee.
      Convenient, really - you can live in it.

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    9. Hey.. any more of the Carta family hanging out while we're in UK? We're over from Nebraska and can hook up. Jason.

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    10. There are two brothers, Major Carta and Minor Carta, but we haven't seen them for years after an argument at a wedding.
      There is also our cousin, Magnissimus Carta but please don't mention him to the family. It's embarrassing because he works as a porn star!

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    11. Well, Jason, there’s always Magnesium Carta and his cousins - Magnificent, Magnificat, Magniloquent (he’s a great talker) and Magnetism (he’s hard to get away from though).

      There was a fire up at the old Carta place some years back and they all kinda scattered. Poitin still blew up.

      You never know though, Jason, if you ask in the right shebeens and speakeasies, you’re bound to strike it lucky at some point. Don’t forget your wallet though - those Cartas can fairly knock it back.

      Also, keep your wallet down your underpants. It’s unlikely they’ll attempt to filch it from there. Though with the bauld Magnetism, you’d just never know. Take no chances. Better hide it up your bum.

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    12. Jason, I have an undetermined number of relatives squatting near Ballymena, but I shouldn't even think of calling on them: they're from the muddy gene pool as that very distant relative of mine, Faux Magna.

      Anyway (or, as you Americans quaintly say, 'anyways'), may you be half an hour in Hell before God knows you're dead. That's what we say in Ireland to show our affection to strangers. (Hang on! That doesn't sound quite right.😔 Let's see: may you be half an hour in...Oh, I don't know. Whatever.☺)

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    13. Jeez, man that's a lotta Ms! Bin some rough and rum times eh? Guinness and live music and chillin here tonight but nice one, guys! We're figuring on hitting Ballymena tomorrow then. Cheers. Jason C

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    14. Take care, boy. I'll be seriouslly pissed off if you don'tj

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  19. I am sure +Treanor has the means to put readers' mind at rest. It will come has no shock to us if he's had "to flee" the country with a man in tow. Not in the slightest.

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    1. He did not flee the country with a man.

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    2. Well, I suppose that's something to be thankful for.

      But are we still in imminent danger of being scandalised? I wonder.

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    3. 16.34 I suppose you are bitterly disappointed that it wasn’t a man he ran off with as you suggested at 16.11. People like you who spread false malicious scandal should be ashamed.

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    4. Bitterly disappointed... not in the slightest. Utterly amazed!

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    5. Ha ha 😅 Brilliant retort, 19:46! Couldn't have done better.

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  20. A hetero scandal!

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  21. Bishop Pat

    could we not jutshave the story about Father Murray on this blog and engage in less of the cryptic messaging? I am sure whatever it is we have heard worse on this blog. By the way Magna please stop the infantile - I am two Magnas nonsense.

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    1. I am not at liberty to publish the whole story for legal reasons.

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    2. Did you not realise that you were "not at liberty to publish" before you posted up today's blog, Pat?
      In those restricted circumstances none of if should have been posted up and speculation disallowed.

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  22. Any word from the Irish College Pat?

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    1. Can we expect to be scandalised again... soon!

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    2. @ 20.09
      You're easily impressed, mate.
      Pat is playing you like a piano.

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    3. Magna is pregnant????

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    4. The whole street will be talkin'
      Magna's not married!

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  23. Was the companion male or female and was he/she above the age of consent?

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    1. ... and if male, a top or bottom or versatile?

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    2. You are the juveniles by the sound of it, @20.08 and 20.24.
      Don't be so daft.

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    3. Good point, why the secrecy Pat?

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    4. In her early fifties.. Doesn't mean she consents to anything though.

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    5. Ah! Penny just dropped.

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  24. Pat, You know the Right to be Forgotten or guys complaining to Google about your blog? Well, when that happens with papers, the papers publish the people who have asked to have the search in the papers taken down. Usually the paper publishes the whole thing again. I am not sure if the same applies to blogs. Perhaps without rehashing everything again, you might be able to tell us who has requested certain stories to be taken down

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  25. Will you b publishing the full photos from the Grindr episode last week? Have you heard anything back from the bishop?

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  26. Do you not think the bishop would have more to concern him than writing to Pat?

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  27. I posted this b4, but I think it disappeared.
    Did anyone listen to the 5 pm news on radio Ulster?
    There was an investigative journalist talking about the hyponatrimea cover up.
    He said that he had information about R C church coverup which is not yet ready for publication....or some words to that effect
    All sounder as if it was fairly recent stuff.
    I’m sure that it is all on the radio Ulster iPlayer for anyone interested....Mc Kee would be the presenter for the 5 pm news ...I think
    Does any know who that investigative journalist is....maybe Pat does and maybe Pat is already in conversation with him.

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  28. Pat did you know a Fr Myles Murray in D&C?

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  29. pat as you're well aware, I don't think your the full shilling. but your blog though often crude, depraved, insensitive and..well...quite slanderous, is still very interesting and you raise insightful questions.

    Love, Trixie

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    1. You're a self-deceivin' cow, aren't you?

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    2. ".. you're the full shilling.."

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    3. ".. you're the full shilling.."

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