Wednesday, 8 August 2018

ARMAGH FAILS TO CONFIRM ABUSE PRIEST STEPDOWN




EAMON MARTINS SAFEGUARDING OFFICER AIDAN GORDON HAS FAILED TO ANSWER MY EMAIL ASKING IF FR. SEAN J QUINN HAS BEEN ASKED TO STEP ASIDE FROM PARISH WORK AFTER THE DIOCESE REPORTED HIM AGAIN THIS WEEK TO THE AUTHORITIES!



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£ 110,000


Eamon Martin pays Gordon £110,000 per year to handle naughty priests for him according to Monasterboice PP Fr. Bill Mulvihill.


FATHER MULVIHILL



Three of Quinn's victims took their own lives last year and a fourth is currently in hospital attempting to recover from his sexual abuse.

Daly, Brady and now Amy Martin have and are protecting Quinn who apparently has big dirt on the Armagh dioceses and it's clergy and bishops.


ABUSER SEAN J QUINN


Amy is in hiding on holidays in Ireland but keeping in touch with Gordon and one of his secretaries Sharon on a regular basis.

He is back in Ara Coeli on Monday.

Will he act against Quinn on Monday?

Or will he be more interested in tracking down the Armagh whistleblower Bill Mulvihill?

It shows you that, still, in the RC outfit they take criticism of the bishops and clergy more seriously than the sexual abuse of children.

Eamon Martin is a disgrace to the term Christian and is bring more and more damaging scandal on Armagh.

Pope Francis should bring Amy on the plane with him to Rome in a couple of weeks and put him in charge of printing Vatican stamps.

Amy licked her way to the top, so she will be great at licking stamps.


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POPE FRANCIS WINS FIRST PRIZE IN DURROW SCARECROW COMPETITION.


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KING PUCK IS TRYING TO REINVENT HIMSELF



King Puck AKA Sean Jones is busy writing to Google asking them to take down my blogs about him.

Now that he has shed a few pounds he is trying to clean up his internet history so that people cannot research his past.

In his complaint he accuses the blog of "questioning my sexuality"

And

Of "embarrising him in his new employment".




The thing about it is that everyone knows all about him now and people have long memories.

Once a Puck, always a Puck.


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THE VATICAN ASKED IRISH GOVERNMENT TO EXEMPT ALL CHURCH FILES FROM STATE AUTHORITIES INVESTIGATIONS !!!




The Vatican proposed Irish State indemnify it against clerical abuse claims




Dermot Ahern says the then Vatican official Cardinal Sodano ‘was quite blunt’

Former minister for foreign affairs Dermot Ahern. He told Cardinal Sodano “on no account could I give such an undertaking and that it was a matter that would have to be decided by the government anyhow”.

Former minister for foreign affairs Dermot Ahern says a senior Vatican official sought an agreement in 2004 under which Ireland would indemnify the Catholic Church against legal actions for compensation by clerical child sexual-abuse survivors.

“No one forewarned me. I was completely taken aback,” Mr Ahern said of the approach by Vatican secretary of state Cardinal Angelo Sodano.

Revealing details of the meeting for the first time, the former minister told The Irish Times: “The cardinal had just come off a plane from the US where he had successfully concluded claims. It was a very direct question. He wanted to know whether the Irish government would indemnify the Vatican against any similar claims in Ireland. He was as blunt as that.”




Mr Ahern told him that “on no account could I give such an undertaking and that it was a matter that would have to be decided by the government anyhow. I was very annoyed.”
Financial implications

The cardinal referred to the Irish State’s heavy involvement in education as possible grounds for such an indemnity where the church was concerned. “He referred to the US cases and the potentially serious financial implications [for the church] in Ireland,” said Mr Ahern.

“I spoke to him in no uncertain terms about the separation of powers in Ireland and how the Irish State was a Republic and about the redress board [set up to compensate people who had been in religious-run institutions as children].”

The cardinal “knew things were being investigated in Ireland”, Mr Ahern said. At the time, the Ryan commission was investigating the abuse of children in orphanages, reformatories and industrial schools run by 18 religious congregations, and the Ferns inquiry was also under way.
Four months previous to Mr Ahern’s November 2004 meeting with Cardinal Sodano, the Commissions of Investigation Act was passed by the Dรกil mandating the government to set up an inquiry into the handling of clerical child sex abuse in Dublin’s Catholic archdiocese.

The context of Mr Ahern’s meeting with Cardinal Sodano were celebrations marking 75 years of diplomatic relations between Ireland and the Holy See, beginning in 1929.
‘Very annoyed’

Mr Ahern was en route to a meeting with Pope John Paul when he met Cardinal Sodano. “I was on my way back from [Palestinian president] Yasser Arafat’s funeral and had begun our discussion about the Middle East. I was very annoyed. He was quite blunt.” The subject was not raised again.

Mr Ahern said he could not remember whether he informed the government when he returned to Dublin. “I may have, informally. I probably told Bertie [then taoiseach Bertie Ahern],” he said.

At an event in Rome’s Irish College during the same visit, Mr Ahern announced the Irish government’s intention to institute arrangements for “an open, transparent and regular dialogue with churches and with philosophical and non-confessional organisations”. This structured dialogue was launched at Dublin Castle in February 2007.

123 comments:

  1. How do you know it's Sean Jones that is asking for your blog to be taken down?

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    1. Google told me.

      He is asking for blogs relating to him to be taken down.

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    2. Sadly we only have your word for that Pat.

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    3. 10:13, and his word is good enough for me.

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    4. And I'm notified by Google when they receive communications about the blog.

      Do far the 2 asking for blogs about them to be removed are Paul Prior and King Puck.

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  2. Of course Armagh are going to ignore you. That’s why you need the major media involved.

    Until the BBC, RTE report this matter, there will be no movement.

    John McAreavey only resigned because the BBC Spotlight and Nolan were on his case. If it had been just your blog there would have been no resignation.

    Your blog doesn’t cut the mustard at the necessary level. You need the big guns.

    Why won’t the media touch your story? Maybe because there are too many pitfalls in its credibility?

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    1. The media is part of the establishment.

      One part of the establishment kishment nods at another part.

      Voices in the "wilderness have always been ignored.

      But they keep speaking the truth any way.

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    2. Pat, haven't you realised by now. The Media WANT NOTHING TO DO WITH YOU. It's simple to understand.

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    3. Really?

      I talk to national and international journalists several times a week.

      Just because my name is not in print does not mean I have no involvement with journalists.

      I can tell you that there is a major journalistic investigation afoot with regard to Armagh and Amy.

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    4. Will he have to go into exile, Bp Pat? Like KOB.

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    5. You are all living a false dream as Archbishop Eamon is not going anywhere he is staying Archbishop of Armagh and Cardinal in waiting.

      Sadly He has inherited this mess and he is well able and will sort out this mess he does not see it a priority and enjoying his well earned holiday.

      Sadly he has a few clergy with mental health problems and other problems but he will sort it.

      As for the semanariens from His diocese he will also address this issue before September.

      Sadly this blog is too busy with Mulvihill, Magna and Bellarmine but will move to the visit of His Holiness Pope Francis.

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  3. How old is Mother Puck? She looks to be in her late thirties.๐Ÿ˜†

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  4. That fat, ugly, Italian 'bastardo', Cardinal Sodano (Holy Prince of the Church), obviously thought he could bully Irish Government ministers into indemnifying the Roman Whore from justice for the victims of paedophile priests in Ireland. But then, why would he think he could bully the Irish State? Because (Duh!) the Irish State had, for a very long time, bent a humiliating knee to the Roman Whore. ๐Ÿ˜•

    19th-century unionists were spot on: Hone Rule meant Rome rule.

    Thank f**k I live in the UK, and not in a state historically in subservience to the Roman Whore!

    (Just thankin' God, like. Really. ๐Ÿ˜†)

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    1. There are some very interesting article in Crux Now about the problems in the seminaries in Chile. It is very grim reading.

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    2. Mad Magna at 00:34

      Polly for goodness sake, calm down, that was a terrible tirade. Are you back on the vitriol again? Your language is disgraceful, now go an gargle with carbolic. Thanks be to God you do live in the UK Auld Belfast is welcome to you. You sound just like a horrible auld Unionist there is no vestige of Catholicism left in you or I would advise you to say a good Act of Contrition, just in case. love and prayers B. Eviva Maria!

      ( I don't think you should be thankin', God after that Rant)

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    3. Honduras is also a faghole 10:44. Cardinal Maradiaga though won't believe nearly 50 seminarians. Another fucking liar.

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    4. 10:44, yes, it is grim reading. I received Crux's newsletter the other day.

      Cardinal Blase Cupich is right: the problem in the institutional Roman Catholic Church isn't sexual orientation, but opportunistic abuse of power and privilege by priests. They shouldn't have this power and privilege, and they wouldn't have it were they modelling themselves on the servant idea of discipleship.

      Christ's idea.

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    5. Just read that Crux article now. It's absolutely evil. The CC is heading for a near total collapse under the weight of all this sin.

      And MC the problem is homosexuality in the priesthood. I bettcha Cupich is just another lying homo in red.

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    6. 13:29
      Sheer homophic rant! Make your statement in a public forum and put your money where your mouth is.

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    7. Magna Carta and Madam Bellarmine are birds of a feather.

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    8. Look at reality 14:01 you little blind fuckwit.

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    9. The Catholic priesthood is currently restricted to males. The victims of homosexual predators are male. Consequently, it does not take a professor of Logic to deduce that the main cause of corruption, lies and coverups in the Church is homosexuality, homosexual orientation, or whatever you want to call it.

      These liberal cardinals such as Cupich glowingly quote Francis to suit their own anti-Catholic agenda. However, it is funny that they have turned a deaf ear to his warning about allowing homosexuals enter seminary formation. Francis' statement is far more blunt than JPII's or Bendedict XVI's were on this intractable crisis.

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    10. We had many homosexuals at work. They did not prey on the younger men or show favouritism to them when it came to promotion. There were too many checks on their power. They would never get away with it. The hierarchy of the church have no checks on their power. They can do what they want to anyone. The clerical culture is totally twisted and toxic. All this blind obedience is as bad as the Nuremberg defence and we all know what happened there with the master race.

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    11. 15:14
      ‘The victims of homosexual predators are male.’
      Full marks for logic but no marks for insight.

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    12. At 14.53
      You probably don’t recognise the irony of your spreading homophobia here on the blog of a gay man.

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    13. Anonymous Maledetto at 14:03

      Madam we certainly are not,you idiotic strumpet!

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    14. you should look in that false mirror and see the strumpet.

      You and your Magna speak with a forked tongue and both vile but you come across as Holy Holy and imitate a Holy Saint next you will be the high priestess who knows.


      Is this Sean from the Anglicans or an old Trad may our Lord Bless and Guide you with the Holy Spirit.

      God Bless Francesco the Great and the Good as he leads the Faith of Our Fathers.

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    15. @16:48 I had to apply basic logic as dimwits like you and Cardinals Cupich, Wuerl, Farrell, Tobin, Dolan, O'Malley, etc. fail to deal with facts and statistics. Willfully blind fools.

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    16. Read the accounts of the disaster in Chile where the entire Episcopate tendered their resignation in order to see that your argument is redundant 16:44.

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    17. 13:29, the problem isn't homosexuality, but lust facilitated and encouraged by clericalism and opportunity.

      Homosexuality itself isn't lust, anymore than heterosexuality is.

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    18. 16:44, your post, in terms of insight, falls just a little short of brilliant.

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    19. Barking B. at 17:16, are you (sniff) disowning me?๐Ÿ˜ข

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    20. Anonymous Maledetto at 18:00

      Madam, I would like you to look in the mirror, but I know I can't as you've broke them with you evil ugly face. Are you too on the gargle as your post makes no sense. Someone certainly needs to guide you to the nearest AA. As for the present Pope leading the Faith of Our Fathers you're having a joke aren't you. He does not seem to know The Faith of Our Fathers. You Cretin!

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    21. Mad Magna at 19:41

      Polly don't be silly, and don't cry, you know I would never disown you although we will never agree on anything I do enjoy our banter except when you use bad language. So stop it. I was just putting some auld crone in her place. love and prayers B. Eviva Maria!

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  5. Until the mainstream media get behind your story, yourself and Bill are piddling in the wind and Armagh laughing up their sleeve.

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  6. Find and silence Bill is job no 1 I'd say.

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    1. Will rope in one of the Singing Priests again, Bp Pat? I wonder.

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  7. I think the penny has finally dropped. Do I infer correctly that re the desecration of the altar in the Diocese of Cloyne, not only has Bishop William Crean done nothing to reconsecrate, but that the sacrilege was committed by a serving priest whose identity is in the public domain AND the identity of the seminarian is also known and he is still carrying on as normal in training for the priesthood?

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    1. Has Crean and this seminarian been reported to the Papal Nuncio for him to follow it to Rome.

      As yesterday's blog reminded us that Benedict and then continued with Pope Francis that people who are homosexual have not to get into seminaries and this guy was active so should be dismissed.

      I think maybe he is saying it was peer pressure with the older Priest.

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    2. Is Pat not over-stating things here? Yes, it would appear that a priest of the Diocese of Cloyne was part of this vile sacrilege, but isn’t it also the case that the identity of the other individual is not known?

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    3. A Cloyne priest did have sex on Kildorrery altar with a young man.

      You are right. The identity of the young man is not known, but is a matter of speculation.

      Some say he is a Maynooth seminarian.

      The priest was a regular visitor to Maynooth.

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  8. I would personally give Bill the hiding he deserves if I knew his whereabouts. It would be a service to the church.

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    1. That's a vile thing to suggest, although understandable given the audacity of the pup in question.

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    2. 09:16, 09:Her we have "good" Catholics, who will probably be worshipping the pope in two weeks time, advocating violence.

      See how the corruption has found its way into so many members of the RC empire.

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    3. Run off to the PSNI Pat screaming, that's what you usually do you gutless slimebag.

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  9. I'd lend a willing baseball bat!

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  10. Bill turned over a big rock.

    The creepy crawlies are all coming out of that dark, damp RC place.

    Loyal children of Pappa Frankie!

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  11. You're no immaculate....vile hypocrite.

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    1. I never claimed to be immaculate.

      Neither did I ever promote RC violence.

      I'm beginning to think the Unionists were right about papists!

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    2. You constantly attack the RC Church yet the good people of Down and Connor pay for your accommodation that you reside in.

      You should be grateful to the laity for paying to keep you in your diocesan property.

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    3. I am residing in my home by way of a fully legal agreement under the auspices of the Belfast High Court. Period.

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    4. Isn't it amazing how the WMOF with POPE FRANCIS in attendance has shoved poor Patsy into apoplectic rage, vengance and arrogant selfishness - sadly bringing Mulvihill down with him. Oh, jealousy is a horrible trait in you Pat. It makes you a pitiable, impoverished man!!

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    5. 09.38: Pat - Immaculate - the last time you were immaculate was when you were in your mother's womb! Not since then have you been pure!!!!

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    6. I am not given to rage and I don't give a damn about WMOF or the guy from Argentina.

      I am more interested in supporting all kinds of victims of the RC mafia.

      Bill Mulvihill, unlike many priests, is openly honest and critical of the wrongs he witnesses within the clergy and church.

      I think you are just another blind Frankieite :-)

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    7. 12:50

      When or where have I ever claimed to be pure?

      It was the "Pure Ones" who abused children, buried babies in sewers, supervised slaves in convents, sold children for money, seduced Annie Murphy and are currently sexually abusing seminarians and priests in every diocese in the world.

      An an old vodka add proclaimed:

      "SO PURE, ITS WICKED".

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    8. Pat you may have an agreement with the High Court. Period. But the catholic church is still putting a roof over your head. Are you not a hypocrite? Do you pay rent? Have some respect for your landlord or move out... Scrounger.

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    9. I do not have a landlord.

      I am not a tenant.

      I am a Licensee

      Look it up on Land Law for Dummies :-)

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    10. I'll take that as a no then, BP. You should be paying your way like any other pensioner.

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  12. A hiding wouldn't make a difference to mad Bill. Sure look at Buckley getting his pan knocked in by s Priest and it hasn't stopped him slabbering.

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  13. It''s true, the devil finds work for idle hands. You're full time in his service. Bishop?? HAH HAH HAH......Give us a break.

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  14. Weight loss and steroids will set puck free as his previous look was revolting.

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    1. Go away immature Maynooth little girl.

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    2. How are you girls?

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  15. who is the Safeguarding Officer for Diocese of Down and Connor?

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    1. 10:40, you ever heard of Google?

      http://www.downandconnor.org/safeguarding/personnel/

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    2. The Queen of DandC Ms Barbara McDermott... Shes the one also on £130,000.

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  16. Therese McKiernan was involved at one stage

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  17. no she isn't involved with diocese of D&C, she's a red setter!

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  18. 14 comments from Pat so far.....before 1pm!! My God, isn't it well for him who doesn't have to work like the vast majority of priests. Must be a blissfil, heavenly existence you have Pat! Pure bliss. But sadly your free time gives you time to crush others and of course allows the devil to work through you....

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    1. It's called being a good blogger.i have communi acted with 4,000 people already today.

      How many priests communicate with 4,000 before lunch?

      I only seek to "crush" corruption and hypocrisy.

      The fellow with the horns is nearer you you as you enable and excuse evil.

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    2. 13.03: But you are not "nourishing" people with God's love. You poison people with your venom and vengance. You satisfy their thirst for gossip and scandal. Just read your blog with a more truthful conscience. Fool you are in your idleness. Hypocrite.

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    3. Fighting corruption and hypocrisy was one of the main things the perfect Jesus did!

      He wants his imperfect disciples to do the same!

      You seem very uncomfortable with this notion.

      The church hierarchy and clergy are the New Pharisees.

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    4. 13.23: No Pat, I'm not content at all with corruption or abuse of any kind. I name both when I see them: I speak out in my own way. But what I dislike about your attitude is that you condemn all before you: you encourage and facilitate a nastiness in others towards the Church and its personnel. You abrogate to yourself a moral superiority over others when your own life was (in the past) very imperfect and continues to be so. You do not always have Christ in You.

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    5. I accept 100% that I do not always have Christ in me.

      That's because I am a sinner and struggle to live up to the ideals.

      I do not condemn ALL before me - just the ones that need condemned - like Eamon Martin for leaving a paedophile in a parish where there are children.

      I am not morally superior to anyone.

      My life always has been and always will be imperfect because I am human and a sinner.

      But I have integrity, a conscience, and thanks to God great strength.

      You could show courage by putting your name to your comments, like I always do?

      No?

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    6. The reports on Ampleforth and Downside are in this weeks Tablet. I have come to the conclusion that sexual abuse is rife in the church. They don't think the law of the land applies to them. How very arrogant.

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    7. Sorry Pat but you do come across as a very arrogant man and not a man of God.

      You attempt to demoralise people by making mockery and scorn of them and their names. Was that the behaviour of Jesus or his example,

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    8. 14.14: Pat, there are hundreds of priests whose lives are marked by integrity, a good conscience and fidelity to God and the gospel of Christ. Did not Jesus say - "Do not judge....Do not condemn..." Your condemnation is always a mockery and ridiculing of others, name calling, a sneering delight at the downfall of others. You act as judge, juror and executioner of all whom you dislike. While Jesus named corruption and wrong, he never kicked people into the ground by his language. Perhaps you might reacquaint yourself with the gospels..

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    9. Here here @17.14. Here here.

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    10. I think Daly was right when he realised his mistake in taking Pat in.

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    11. 17:14, Never a truer word was ever spoken

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    12. 13:15, Jesus wasn't always warm and endearing in his teaching, but sword-swinging, too.

      The truth must be told, yes. But the WHOLE truth.

      Sometimes (too often in fact) aspects of it are indeed Diarmuid Martin (revolting), and someone courageous enough must tell it. Can Roman Catholic priests be relied upon to do this? Like freakin' hell they can!๐Ÿ˜จ

      That leaves just Bishop Pat. And he's pilloried for it.

      But then, so, too, was Jesus.

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    13. 19.24: Magna, since you have such hatred in your heart ever since you were flung out of the seminary, and since you live in an isolated, self contained world, why would anyone take you seriously? Thank God that the vast majority of priests speak and live THE TRUTH of the gospel vision, with difficulties and challenges, but are good human beings. We speak the truth, we challenge the cortuption and abuse we see, we do our utmost to always work for the good and weel being of others. We just don't shout it from the rooftops. We do our work quietly, caringly and effectively. Perhaps when you arrive into the real world from under your rock you might discover miracles! But with your attitude of hardness of heart and scummy crap, stay under your rock. Humanity is better without your rot.

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    14. 22:07, self-deceived idiot.๐Ÿ˜†

      Gotta tell it like it is. What-what!๐Ÿ˜†๐Ÿ˜†๐Ÿ˜†๐Ÿ˜†๐Ÿ˜†๐Ÿ˜†๐Ÿ˜†

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  19. His nastiness to Fr Jones takes the biscuit. Reminds me of Iago.

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    1. King Puck put himself forward in Maynooth.

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    2. Father Puck takes the biscuit.

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    3. The soggy biscuit

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    4. Puck could well be an Uncle Puck in the making. How the hell did that numbskull Browne ordain him especially if one considers the tsunami of reports from around the world re the lavender mafia. Maybe Browne is a mafia man?

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    5. Bp Pat, as enjoyable as it was hearing all about King Puck's escapades, I think he should just be left alone now to get on with his life. I don't think he will be sounding off about gays from the pulpit somehow.

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    6. I'm surprised they didn't hang your picture on top of the bonfire in Newry Pat. You identify with Loyalists after all and you refered to Catholics in the North earlier as Papists. I don't think you'd be made welcome in Newry and South Armagh or West Belfast anytime soon after such an anti Catholic statement.

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    7. When I call someone a papist I am not calling them a Catholic or a nationalist or a republican.

      I am saying that their religion is pope worshipping I stead of Jesus worship.

      When I was in Belfast I did everything I could for the people there.

      I hope major risks.

      Ask Gerry Adams.

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    8. I have spoken to various people in the Republican leadership about you and what they have said is far from complimentary. You are deluding yourself Pat if you think they hold any esteem for you. Don't shoot the messenger btw.

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    9. Bishop Pat, your courage and your compassion while there are known to many, including this c**t.

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    10. 20:03

      I am not talking about the drug dealers and criminals.

      Ask Gerry Adams.

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    11. Polly @20.08 is always loyal defending his Master tooth and nail.

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    12. 21:02, my 'Master' is truth alone, whether that come from Bishop Pat Buckley, or from anyone else.๐Ÿ˜†

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  20. 14.14: Pat, I think on many occasions you are legitimate in your criticisms but it's the definitive tone of moral righteousness of your view and judgment that you should seriously reflect on. I've just read the Parable of the Prodigal Son....Remember the outstretched arms of the Father towards his wayward son? No abuse, corruption or taking advantage of others is ever acceptable and must be condemned - always and unequivocally. But, if you and I are to faithfully embrace the gospel of Christ, surely as "good shepherds the qualities of mercy, compassion and care must be central to our lives. I have never known of any genuine renewal taking place in anyone's life when abusive, condemnatory and ridiculing language is used! And I'm wondering why you are continuing the onslaught on Fr. Jones. Surely at this stage he should be allowed to live his life and not be subject to ridicule and name calling. I think Jesus would not approve. Sometimes I think there's a little of the older brother in you Pat re: your attitude to all whom you hate!

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    1. You don't treat hierarchical and clerical tyrants like the Prodigal Son.

      You give them the whip like Jesus did in the Temple.

      Most of them don't believe or pray.

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    2. 19 50: You are slowly getting the message of the gospel. As a follower of Christ, we must each speak out against wrong, corruption and abuse. But we don't prove we are better by subjecting those whom we condemn to ridicule, name calling, vindictive vengance, merciless language. Christ challenged people to change and renewal in their lives. He clearly condemned wrongdoing and hypocrisy but didn't crush the sinner to pieces. Where is the hope you give the sinful person? Not evident in your sneering, judgmental and constant name calling. So, Bishop Pat, read the gospels in a new light. You'd be a better human being.

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    3. I have often ask BP Pat to consider mercy for Jones. Also for the Kildorrery altar turd burglar.

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  21. Pat would be more than welcome in South Armagh. He is a true rebel

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    1. @18.45 what constitutes a rebel? Who do you speak for in South Armagh - Wullie Frazier more like?? Who in South Armagh refers to Catholics as Papists? I think you've got your geography mixed up love - Larne or Ballymena are in Antrim not Armagh.

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    2. 18:45

      And I have many friends there.

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  22. Pat the lavinder mafia will brass neck all of these strange goings on. They live on a different planet. Do as I say and I will do what ever the fuck I want . Reading this blog after the last couple of days I am convinced the ara coeli boys have a verious case to answer

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  23. Read this. Absolutely horrific. In view of happenings in Maynooth.

    https://cruxnow.com/global-church/2018/08/07/victims-recount-sexual-abuse-horrors-in-chilean-seminary/

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  24. I fully respect your endeavours to unearth the truths from the past But find the way you do it very un-Christian, rude and nasty Pat.

    I pray that as some day you will encounter the real Jesus Christ and run this blog in a more ordinarily fashion.
    I do think you'd gain more support but most of all more respect!

    Build friends and not enemies, live everyday as if it's your last as no-one knows the hour the Lord eill call us.

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    1. I have encountered the real Jesus.

      The real Jesus could be amazingly compassionate and frighteningly challenging.

      Those who know I am capable of compassion and challenge - of course not to the degree Jesus had.

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    2. Strange Mulvihill is quiet for a change. Is Pat losing interest or under pressure from the backlash.

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    3. Fr. Bill is enjoying his annual holiday.

      I will never lose interest in him and his journies.

      There has been no backlash.

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    4. The plural of journey is journeys, Bp Pat.

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    5. "Journeys" Pat, not the way you spelled it!! And why woukd you loose interest in him. He oxygenates your bloodthirst for gossip and scandal which you both delight in. I hooe Bill also pays a visit to a psychotherapist before this blog pushes him too far!!

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    6. 21:54, huh? (Or should that have been 'duh!'๐Ÿ˜†)

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  25. At the heart of the Maynooth abuse cover up is Mullaney, Prior and Collins.

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  26. How many paedophiles were "housed" at The Cistercian Monastery In Collon over the years, Particularly from The Holy Ghost Congregation ( Spititans)?

    Brady always respited to Collon ( of course he is a skin flint and it accomodation never cost him a penny). I would love to have been there the night he discovered that his secretary was not being driven to Armagh but was in fact staying with the local priest: me. That was a sleepless night for him to discover we were friends. JC is a really really good man who eventually copped them ( i.e. the Brady Bunch, i.e. Catholic Inc.

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  27. mistakes always deliberate ..for a reason

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    1. william mulvihill at 07:28

      Billy I have just seen you photo, Your Gorgeous! hope you're alright.

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