Saturday, 11 August 2018

KNIVES OUT FOR FR BILL MULVIHILL



AS I WRITE I AM KEENLY AWARE THAT THE KNIVES IN THE DIOCESE ARE BEING SHARPENED TO ATTEMPT TO TAKE DOWN FR. BILL.

Anyone who thinks that Eamon Martin is the nice, soft effeminate type he is in public is not the same Eamon in Private.



He takes huffs and fits in Ara Coeli and the staff has to walk on tippy toes when Amy is having a mood.

Eamon is in a rage with Father Mulvihill for revealing that he and the diocese are protecting the abusing priest Father Sean J Quinn in the parish of Togher.

A small number of people in Monasterboice have been making trouble and complaining about Bill to Eamon.




They are being urged on by a small number of clergy who do not like Bill's honesty and transparency.

When Bill looks at a little child he cannot believe that any person would want to hurt that little child and ruin their lives. 

The cases below show the effect that abuse has on such children.

Eamon Martin and Bill's other enemies better tread carefully.

This blog, its readers, and many others will be watching them carefully.

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‘I thought she was 15’: Accused pedophile priest says ‘the devil’ made him molest a child
Rodrigo Garrido / Reuters



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An Italian priest accused of sexually abusing an 11-year-old girl in a car has said that he thought the child was older, and that he did what he did because “the devil gave him a trip.”
Father Paolo Glaentzer, 70, was arrested last month for allegedly molesting an 11-year-old girl in a car. The court did not jail the priest, but he is currently being held on house arrest as an investigation continues.
The disgraced priest told an Italian newspaper that he is “very sorry”about what happened, but argued that “the devil tripped me” into abusing the girl.

Glaentzer said that the encounter was “an exchange of affection” that got out of control, and added that the victim seemed “much more mature than she was.”

“I found out she was 11 years old...I thought she was at least 15,” he told the newspaper. Even if Glaentzer’s victim was 15, the priest would still have broken the law. 

Italy’s age of consent is 16 when one partner holds some kind of power and influence over the other, like a priest or teacher does.

The priest, who the interviewer noted seemed totally unbothered by the ongoing criminal case, said that he has “entrusted myself to Jesus and Mary.”

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550 CHOIR BOYS ABUSED IN CHOIR RUN BY POPES BROTHER






The Catholic church has been rocked by a series of scandals recently. Last year it was revealed that almost 550 children in a choir led by the brother of former Pope Benedict XVI were abused, with 47 of them raped.

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THE RAPE OF A 14 YEAR OLD BY A PRIEST




'I was 13 when the Pope came to Ireland and I was raped by a priest the next year'
Colm O’Gorman says he had believed Pope John Paul II when he said he loved the young people of Ireland – but instead, the pope protected his institution, not children.

Colm O'Gorman
WHEN POPE JOHN Paul II came to Ireland I was 13 years old. Just over a year later, I was raped for the first time by a Roman Catholic priest. I am just one of very many victims of such abuse.
Between 1936 and 1970, 137,000 children were detained in industrial schools and reformatories operated by the Roman Catholic Church in Ireland. The Commission to Inquire into Child Abuse investigated the treatment of children by the religious congregations which ran the institutions.
The Ryan Report details horrific and inexcusable neglect by congregations who were well paid by the state to ‘care’ for those detained in their institutions.
It documents the sexual assault and rape of children. It describes forced labour, depraved and shocking brutality. More than 90% of witnesses to the commission reported being physically abused. In addition to being beaten, they described other forms of abuse such as being flogged, kicked and otherwise physically assaulted; scalded, burned and held under water.
Over 10,000 women and girls were held in Magdalene Laundries from 1922 to the time the last laundry closed in 1996. The Ferns Report documented the cases of over 100 victims of sexual abuse by priests in the Diocese of Ferns between the years 1962 and 2002 – the total number of victims in that diocese alone is of course substantially higher.
The Murphy Commission investigated allegations of child sexual abuse by priests in the Archdiocese of Dublin over the period 1975 to 2004.
The incidents of abuse in Dublin were so numerous that the inquiry could only investigate how the Church and the State dealt with a representative sample of cases. In the end, the Murphy Report detailed how the Commission examined complaints about the sexual abuse of over 320 children.
The Commission warned that this number did not reflect the true scale of abuse and the number of victims. It reported that one priest admitted to sexually abusing over 100 children, while another accepted that he had abused on a fortnightly basis during the period of his ministry which lasted for over 25 years.
So the true number of victims in the Archdiocese of Dublin is likely to be in the thousands. The numbers of victims of rape and sexual assault at the hands of priests across Ireland likely runs to tens of thousands.
‘Lives blighted and families torn apart’
These reports detail the abuse of Irish women and children on a massive scale. But they don’t capture the full scale of such abuse. The State has never carried out an independent investigation into the treatment of women and girls in Magdalene Laundries, but we know much of the horrors they experienced.
The Commission of Investigation into Mother and Baby Homes is ongoing. That investigation was finally forced by the revelation of the mass burial of hundreds of children in Victorian sewerage works at a home operated by the Bon Secours sisters in Tuam. We have heard evidence recently too of illegal adoptions in Church-run agencies, of children stolen from their powerless mothers.
The abuse inflicted on Irish women, men and children by Roman Catholic clergy and religion has had a devastating impact. Lives have been blighted and families have been torn apart. For many the struggle to survive and move beyond such trauma is ongoing.
But some do not survive. People like Peter, a victim of the same priest who raped me, who shot himself in the chest with a shotgun at 23. I’ve lost count of the numbers of victims I know of who ended their own lives as a result of the trauma they suffered.
Countless families have suffered such loss, caused by the crimes of the clergy, covered up and facilitated by the Roman Catholic Church at the highest level. Now it seems that our families are expected, once again, to stand silently by as the Vatican and the Irish church seeks to sweep their suffering to one side. It is just the latest manifestation of the church’s determined efforts to shut down the abuse scandals, to cover up the crimes of the institution.
The fact of that cover up is beyond dispute. It is to be seen across the Catholic world, from Ireland to the UK, to Chile, Australia, the US, France, Brazil, Spain, the Netherlands … in every country where the church operates there has been abuse. And whenever it is revealed, the church fights tooth and nail to cover it up.
Here in Ireland they used diplomatic immunity to block the case I took against the Vatican in 1998 to try force Pope John Paul II to reveal what was known about the priest who raped me and dozens of others.
It tried to block State inquiries, arguing that it was above the law, that Canon Law was superior to the law of the State. This week we found out that in 2003 the Vatican tried to secure a deal with the State that would allow it to bury Church documents. It wanted to put Vatican and Diocesan archives beyond the reach of any investigation. It didn’t get the deal it wanted, so instead it simply withheld the documents and refused to engage with the various statutory inquires established by the Oireachtas.
‘He didn’t really love us’
In a few weeks Pope Francis will arrive in Ireland. The visit will reignite memories of that first Papal visit. Iconic moments such as when John Paul II looked out across a crowd of 300,000 at a Youth Mass in Co Galway and proclaimed “Young People of Ireland, I love you!”
For many, their memories will be of seemingly endless car journeys, long walks and the excitement of finally getting to see the Pope. Of him smiling down from his Pope mobile as he weaved his way through the massive crowds which came out to greet him.
Me, I can’t get past the “Young People of Ireland, I love you” moment. Because at the time I really believed it. I believed it with all my heart. But he didn’t love us. Not really. If he did he would have protected us. He didn’t. Instead he protected his institution, its power, its position and above all its wealth. He left us at the mercy of known clerical paedophiles.

It has been 24 years since I found the courage to report my own experiences of rape and abuse. To be frank, I never for a moment imagined that I would still find it necessary to speak out about it after all this time. But it is. And it will be for as long as the Vatican continues to refuse to tell the truth and for as long as popes attack victims for daring to speak out as Pope Francis did in Chile just last year.
In the face of such efforts to silence victims, we must stand for truth. Because Pope Francis has the power to change everything. And he can begin to do that by finally telling the truth. After all we have endured, I don’t think that is too much to ask.


·         Colm is inviting those who have been harmed or abused by the Catholic Church, or if want to stand in solidarity with those who have been abused, to join together, in the Garden of Remembrance, Parnell Square, Dublin on Sunday 26 August at 3pm.

88 comments:

  1. Crocodile tears about Tuam babies from pro-abortion O'Gorman.

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  2. Good catholic defender. Ad hominem. Shoot the messenger. Ignore the message. Twat

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    1. Hope you and O'Gorman organise a wake in the Garden of Remembrance for the aborted babies.

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    2. 09:51
      You are not thinking rationally. The poster is targetting O’Gorman’s stance on abortion. That’s not ad hominem but ad argumentum. You haven’t refuted what (s)he says. You have merely attacked the poster i.e. ad hominem.

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    3. I can't be in two places at the one time.

      I'll be celebrating with Frank in the park :-)

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    4. 12.17: And remember Pat, you'll be welcomed back into the fold - Pope Francis will embrace you mercifully, silently and will say to you " Who am I to judge!!" Won't that be wonderful moment for you!!

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    5. He would the same for Fr Mick.

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  3. Poor Pat: you are trawling every bit of news about the Church's scandals, much which we've read over and over again, to stir up anti Church and anti Pope Francis sentiment. While I abhor abuse of any kind and have spoken openly about it and continue to do so, repeating stories as you are doing is your own anti Church vengeful agenda. Incidentally, I have stopped having any admiration for O Gorman who has turned a once noble organisation, Amnesty Int into an abortion on demand advocacy group. Ironic, isn't it, that someone who was so horribly abused - and rightly and justly received the sympathy of the nation - should now advocate what is probably the worst form of abuse, the destruction/killing of human life in the womb! And if Mulvihill thinks he is a victim he is definitely morally and spiritually blind - he is victimisng many on this blog. He is allowed to rampage his way on this blog with crazy language and express and name anyone he hates, which seems to be everyone in the Church and his parishioners. All unethical and unacceptable.

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    1. Do you not get it even yet?

      The RC institution, it's hierarchy and clergy is rotten to the core.

      It is now a gentleman's club for gay predators and child abusers.

      It's as bad now now as ancient Rome was.

      There are good people in it but they are overcome by the fumes of debauchery.

      And you seek to defend, excuse and enable.

      YOU and people like you are part of the problem.

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    2. 10.05
      Cardinal McCarthy Carrick. America Magazine
      Sexual abuse of seminarians in Chile...Crux Now
      Benedictine scandals......The Tablet
      These are all Catholic newspapers. All these scandals are ongoing.

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    3. 10.09: Yes indeed I get it Pat. You're not the only one to have concerns. Many, many priests speak out against the corruption they see. We just don't tear people to pieces in the process. We don't name call, ridicule, scorn, caricature or seek to crush others by judgment or condemnation. We don't put ourselves on high moral pedestals. Yes, we make our views known: we abhor all abuse. More importantly we priests who are concerned realise that we must be seen first and foremost to be men of moral and spiritual integrity and always strive to be Christ for others. I and many like me are not enablers of any abuse or corruption. It's the usual ignorant response we get from you when we have an alternative opinion. Treat us with some respect. And again, you too, lest you forget, are very imperfect!

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    4. Where can I find your criticisms of all the sex scandals in the public areana - newspapers? Blogs? Radio? Television?

      And, Anonymous, who are you?

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    5. 11:56, if you are a priest then you had better prepare for a most difficult time ahead. The Church is about to be utterly stripped of practically all her infrastructure and will suffer her biggest humiliation in her 2,000 year history.

      This global scandal, which is current, and which reaches right up to the Pope himself, is about to reach its apex.

      I am a devout Catholic who loves the Church but am sincerely disgusted at the conduct of so many priests, bishops and cardinals. And the worst of this conduct, which is now explicitly clear, is the wholesale coverups and enabling of abusers by all of the so-called "good" priests who exhibited nothing but cowardice and selfish self-preservation in avoiding speaking out against the Lavender Mafia and gold-diggers amongst their ranks.

      If it were not for the enablers and cowards, this scandal would have been extirpated and resolved a long time ago.

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    6. 12.08: You ask - "And, anonymous, who are you?"....I'm Snuffy the Mongrel Dog! I'd bite the leg off you!! Be careful....

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    7. 13.22: Be careful Pat, Snuffy is prowling around Larne....He's not alone. There's a wolf pack with him...

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  4. Why on earth should we take Mulvihill seriously? He's been huffing and puffing for so long I wonder if his lungs are able for any more? Bill, get out of the Church and Priesthood and do yourself and the rest of us a big favour. Your life now is all about YOU - you and you alone. The correct words for this : self obsession or selfishness!! Go get a dictionary.

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    1. We should take Bill seriously because, in spite of his imperfections, he has been in the Church for 35 years and he knows so much about the corruption in Armagh and further afield.

      He is exposing it all bit by bit.

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    2. Which bits of what Pat and Bill have publicized do you think are not true? The just published report on the English Benedictines shows just how torturous is the path to truth when left to the Church authorities. Would you prefer we collude with cover up and denial? I too wish Bill would tone down the rant, though he is hardly the only offender on this blog, but salute his courage and integrity in being the one who says ENOUGH! God bless you, Bill, the pressure on you must be tremendous, but COURAGE, THEY SHALL NOT PASS!

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  5. No doubt Buckkey you'll be at O Gorman's gig in your frilly outfit!!

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    1. You call a gathering of the abused a gig!

      Are you one of the abusers?

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    2. 10:10

      Is that Father Sean J Quinn?

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    3. Anymore Clogher changes from the ones you announced/leaked last night.

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  6. LEAKED CLOGHER CHANGES

    Some but not all Leaked Clogher Changes Excusive to the blog tonight. Newly ordained Fr Sean Mulligan to be CC Carrickmacross. Fr Cathal Deery CC Clones to be PP Botha parish. More to follow ......

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    1. Those Clogher changes are false as they haven't been announced or made public yet.

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    2. @10.36 That's what leaked means silly - revealed before they are made public and announced. Too many Clogher men doing desk jobs, fellows abroad and those who are chaplains. They should be recalled and given parishes. The men who refuse to move and wont get out of parishes should be PUT OUT.

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    3. @12.19 Who are you to say what should or shouldn't be happening in Clogher! You probably don't live or belong there and just sticking your nose in where it's not wanted. Nosey gossiper. Mind your own business. It's none of your business either Pat Buckley.

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    4. They have two retired Bishops living in big seperate houses in Monaghan. McDaid can turn up to an ordination fully robed and talk sensibly. If Joe Duffy can write books and have a big swanky book launch recently in a big hotel then both of them should help in parishes. Religious Orders like those in The Graan should be out serving local parishes also. Someone needs to put their clog down firmly in that diocese.

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    5. Bishop McDaid is not a well man so shame on you for picking on him. Is that you Sean?

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  7. FATHER LOMASNEY, CLOYNE

    Fr Lomasney is no longer on the Diocesan website as being a priest of his diocese.?????????????????????????????????????????????????????

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  8. Anything coming Bill's way has been brought on by himself, aided and abetted by Pat.

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  9. CLOYNE WEBSITE NOW

    V. Rev. Michael Lomasney P.E., C.C.,

    Address:
    Bathview,
    Mallow,
    Co. Cork.

    Phone: 022-25174
    Mobile: 087-9965866

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    1. The web Site directory has not been updated but it is in the news and called clerical changes. Michael Lomasney is take leave as from 7th July 2018.

      but he is still a priest of the diocese and should say care of the diocesan offices.

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    2. And after his expensive therapy what parish will Crean assign him too?

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    3. Had it been a layman (no pun intended) doing on that altar what Lomasney alledgedly did, he wouldn't be heading for expensive so-called 'therapy', but for a lawcourt.

      Of course, a priest cannot sin in this way: he's special, ontologically changed. Therefore he must be ill, not a desecrator.

      In all honesty, I expect little better from Roman Catholic priests, such has been their monumental (almost idolatrous) self-regard. But I continue to feel bitter disappointment at those Irish who are crass enough to continue to 'bankroll' these spongers.

      You have it in your power to effect profound and lasting change in the institutional Church, and yet, you continue to abdicate your clear responsibility and duty to do so.

      Shame on you!

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  10. ABUSE CRISIS IN USA

    https://youtu.be/2R0HZ34jvS8

    REALLY WORTH WATCHING AND FOWARDING TO YOUR READERS PAT. FAST FORWARD PAST DEATH ROW BIT

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    1. I was publishing a comment from last night.

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    2. MourneManMichael11 August 2018 at 11:39

      Bishop Pat - I know you were posting a comment from last night. That was not me at 11.11 - I think you know I would not make silly comments like that one. You have been very good to me, Bishop Pat, so I wouldn't go around making fun of you. I hope we're not going back to this nonsense of people using my name.
      MMM

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  11. Looking at that disgusting account of the Italian priest and the young girl, NB how he commends himself to Jesus and Mary as if he were the victim ( of the devil, for pity’s sake ) and expects to be taken care of. As the judge noted of the serial Paedophile sadist at Ampleforth, Piers Grant-Ferris, pure evil goes hand in hand with phoney piety. On a wider scale, I am disturbed by the revival of antique devotions such as relics, rosary crusades, Fatima, dedicating England, Scotland or Never-Never Land to the Immacuate Heart and so on. Forgive my causing offence to those for whom these are a natural expressions of spiritually, but I am suspicious ... you’ll either get where I am coming from or you’ll want to shoot me down.

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    1. Anonymous at 11:59

      I agree with you about the disgusting account about the Italian priest. He has to be punished by The Civil Authorities and dismissed by The
      Church.
      However I am disturbed that you think Catholic
      Devotions to the Holy Rosary,Fatima and Relics
      are antique. They may be to the likes of you but
      not to true Catholics. We have had to put up for
      years with our Holy Religion being so watered
      down by liberal modernists as to be unrecognizable. We have to retain our wonderful
      Catholic Devotions which nourished our
      forefathers, I certainly get where you're going!
      But I am not going with you! So I would want you
      shot down Pronto! Eviva Maria

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  12. When are you going to stop using and abusing Bill Mulvihill?

    Please please leave the man alone in private to try and bridge his problems, as you rightly say 'no one is perfect' including me.

    Enough, you've played the card now time to move on Pat!

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    1. Bill is no fool. He is in control of his life. He would not allow anyone, including me, to abuse him.

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    2. 13.30: You idiot Buckley! Of course you are ABUSING Bill. Even worse, you are enabling his reckless behaviour. You contradict yourself re: Bill. You claim not to have met him, then you tell us you had drinks with him, then you deny his unwellness. TRUTH, I'm afraid is not always your motive. You've used Bill's disgruntlement to make all kinds of judgments about other people. You are full of nonsense. And again, you are a master manipulator of other people's vulnerabilities (Bill's) for your own agenda. The truth: you are ABUSING Bill.

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    3. When I said I hadn't met Bill I hadn't.

      I think that only a medic is entitled to diagnose someone unwell.

      O wonder who you are and what your agenda is?

      Maybe you're a friend of Father Sean J Quinn?

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    4. 15.58: There have been many inconsistencies in your story re: Bill Mulvihill. If you believe that only a medic is entitled to diagnose someone unwell, why are you continually diagnosing others and attributing sinister motives to them? Why do you name call and ridicule others with whom you disagree? Why do you never accept blame for your own behaviour which at times invites hatred and bigotry towards priests and the Church and Pope Francis? And, I am not a friend of said priest. Don't even know him. I'm just someone who seeks the TRUTH and feel the need to challenge your perceptions, analysis and distortions. And I choose to be anonymous...

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  13. While the tempest raves, Bishop Kevin Doran of Elphin addressses a conference in Dublin to warn about the perils of a contraceptive mentality!

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  14. If Bill was in any other profession he'd have been dismissed or suspended with immediate effect.

    I think his church superiors have been kind and supporting off him, what I hear from relations in Monasterboice is that their once loved PP is the real problem and not Church or authorities!

    Problematic situation.

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  15. Next thing we'll hear is that Bill Mulvihill has hijacked a plane and crash landed it to get more attention.

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    1. No, that was the guy from Kilcoo that hi jacked the American plane. He heard there was a Festival of Flight due in Newcastle today, and wanted to come over to show off to his Mammy!

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  16. Terry Rafferty from Newry - sure didn’t he claim his abuse of a child was because of the trauma he experienced as a priest ministering to families during “the troubles!”
    Sick child abuser !!!

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  17. 15.13 And Pat will be advising him all the way to the plane, writing the script for Bill. Pat is pushing all the buttons for his self destruction. Does Pat care for Bill? Not at all. Bill is useful and being used by Buckley. It's disgusting. The people of Monasterboice should get rid of him as Bill is Bill's problem. Such ingratitude in his heart!

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    1. 15.33: Well said. Bill is indeed the architect of Bill's problems. We priests cannot be forever blaming others for all our woes. If we are unwell there are professionals who can help us. Bill is indeed Bill's problem. The sooner he realises this, the better for himself.

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      Pat is not Bill's advisor. If you knew Bill you would know how self determined he is.

      Pat cares for Bill and Bill would acknowledge.

      I do support Bill on his present journey.

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  18. Pat, for God's sake, leave Bill alone. We're tired of this malcontent blaming all around him, insulting his parishioners, being offensive in his language..He's tiresome at this stage.

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  19. Letter being read out in Clogher tonight by Mgr McGuinness

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  20. The Clogher changes announced on the blog last night are now confirmed as true. A Letter is being read out regarding the changes in all Clogher parishes this weekend. The rest of the changes are being withheld for the time being because of this blog's leak. Why write and read out a letter about changes in a diocese when you don't actually reveal ALL the changes.

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  21. There is the letter it is same picture in most dioceses however Charlie Brown was to cut the number of dioceses let us hope the new Papal Nuncio can

    https://www.clogherdiocese.ie/2018/08/the-future-mission-of-our-parishes-mgr-mcguinness-announces-diocesan-changes-for-2018/

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  22. Clogher changes on its website. Joe McGuinness complains about priest shortages. Time to recall priests to the diocese eg Paddy Connolly and Ben Hughes, or stop complaining about shortages?

    https://www.clogherdiocese.ie/2018/08/the-future-mission-of-our-parishes-mgr-mcguinness-announces-diocesan-changes-for-2018/

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    1. JOE MC GUINNESS

      Just wondering if Joe will get Clogher or be sent somewhere else?

      Would the Clogher priests like Joe as bishop?

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    2. Joe would very much like Joe as bishop.

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    3. After these changes in Clogher, the clergy do not want Joe as bishop. He has created a lot of bad feeling and has sown the seeds of resentment and division.

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  23. 19.40 you are living a false dream the changes for 2018/19 have been made they are all on the web site and a copy of the letter you seem to imply it is all underneath stuff it is all out in the open.

    The only two things missing and will be revealed next month are the new Holy Mass times on a Sunday and week days.

    The second one is that they are awaiting a new Bishop like many more dioceses.

    So come on give credit where it is due and watch the snakes who let out the changes before the letter was read at all Masses.

    Watch the snakes/rats as they are known and their number will be up as well.

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    1. @20.15 The only snake and rat is You wanting to cover everything up and keep it all hush hush. You don't like whistleblowers from what you say, well long may they continue in my book pal.

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    2. @20.59 You are just one of Buckleys gobshites

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    3. 20:15, why did you type 'bishop' with an upper-case letter?

      And why did you type the tautology, 'Holy Mass'?

      (Just puzzled, like.😆)

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  24. Was the PP of Castleblaney punished for not allowing Darcy to celebrate Big Toms Mass lol. Another one going on a sabbatical.

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    1. Having Darcy sing at the graveside was punishment enough.

      God bless sabbaticals. Aren't they great?

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  25. What's happened to Martin O'Reilly the former CC of Enniskillen. Missing in action or disillusionment. The current ex Irish College prissy CC is not moving from Enniskillen (frilly knickers brigade). A move to a country parish would be beneath her.

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    1. Martin O'Reilly left Clogher in 2016 and is now a Pastor (PP) in his new diocese of Trenton in New Jersey.

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  26. Are the Dublin Diocesan Changes out yet. Heard some Priests say they already got notice they are been moved.

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    1. 21.24: Don't worry about the Dublin Diocesan changes unless you are personally affected by them. Are you just looking for gossip? I think so. The changes are already made known to those concerned. Now I'm sure your life can't be so dull and boring as to ask such a silly, irrelevant, gossipy question. Run along and find something more useful to do....

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  27. In response to 19:40 above,the Clogher changes have been revealed in their entirety. Joe Mc Guinness definitely wielded the knife this year.....doing his damnest to become the bishop.

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    1. Don't you think Joe would make a model Irish bishop? He has all of the necessary qualities: an ego built on sand, superciliousness, an unqualified sense of his own importance (both to self and to 'Holy Mother Church), blunted-rapier wit and retort, a pious love of his fellow men (if only they were as clever as he), an eye and ear for 'high' culture, and a love of, er, beauty.😆

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    2. Sums up Joe McGuinness perfectly.

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  28. Martin O Reilly was wise.......got off the sinking ship in Clogher before they whole thing goes down

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  29. Why is Bill getting cautioned by visitors on this blog? In Armagh archdioces the clerical senior management are gay they hire gay seminarians and ordained priests. Evidence is that they groome these seminarians and priests for sex.The disfunctional formation of priests for the dioceses gives rise to paedofile priests inthe dioceses. The dioceses covers up. Business as usual.

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    1. @21.48 Totally ignorant post from a clearly uneducated oaf. Go and find out how to spell paedophile never mind understand it. What a imbecile you are and to save you having to look that word up it basically means, fool, idiot or moron.

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    2. @21.48 You sum up the sort of head the ball and ninny that supports and follows Buckley.

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    3. 21.48: That Buckley published your comment says it all about him. Ignorant and stupid. Pat, this comment is typical of the kind of illiterate garbage you think is conducive to rational, enlightened debate. You typify another form of abuse by facilitating these crack head loops who comment so ignorantly and hatefully. Indeed the writer of this comment is a nut and an utter gombeen.

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    4. The writer is very close to whats happening in Armagh. Very close

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    5. I rest my case. I have hit a nerve with yhe Armagh mafia! Girls ye days are numbered!

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  30. Armagh Diocese's is a total disgrace. Eamon Martin doesn't give a shit about covering up of sexual abuse still continuing all over Ireland. What Eamon Martin enjoys doing is Sanctioning Innocent Priests who speak out in public about the abuse. It's shut their mouths, or else kick them out of their Parishes for speaking the truth. Eamon Martin is a follower of Sean Brady and Cahal Daly. Pure evil they were. Three of the weakest Link.

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  31. Emyln slpet with Wilson in the Armagh suite in Maynooth. Emlyn cant keep his hands of Wilson.

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    1. I'm going to prove you a liar @22:47 by this simple question: where in Maynooth is the Armagh suite? Stoyte is not the correct answer.

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  32. Is it just me, or does Bill Mulvihill look like Hodges out of Dads Army?

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  33. Pat where did Moriarty get the LSD for the BDSM sessions. What in GOd's name was Moriarty hallucinating when Horny Andy Broke his wrist. Maybe it was a hallucination of a soft teddy bear. More unanswered questions.

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