Monday, 6 August 2018

THE IRISH CHURCH LEADING UP TO WORLD MEETING OF FAMILIES




WHAT A STATE THE IRISH ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH IS IN LEADING UP THE WORLD MEETING OF FAMILIES.

THE PRIMATE:


EAMON MARTIN

With WMOF days away the Primate of All Ireland is embroiled in accusations that he has been protecting a serial pedophile priest - Father Sean J Quinn.







Three victims of this priests took their own lives last year.

Another victim, who has suffered greatly has been hospitalized 18 times.




Eamon is following the lead of Cahal Daly and Sean Brady and is covering up for this priest. Why? Apparently, because he has "the dirt" on many others in Armagh at various levels.



The Armagh Safeguarding Officer - Aidan Gordon has said in writing that the priest is "LOW RISK".


GORDON


What does that mean?

Surely a priest working in a parish should pose NO RISK to the children of the parish.

Furthermore, the priest is 80+ and there is no need for him to be in a parish.

EAMON MARTIN IS NOT FIT TO BE ARCHBISHOP OF ARMAGH

HE IS NOT FIT TO STAND ON THE STAGE AT WMOF


DUBLIN:


DIARMUID MARTIN


Archbishop Diarmuid Martin has been accused of impropriety by Father Bill Mulvihill.

These accusations are being talked about by many priests in Dublin and further afield.

Diarmuid has absolutely denied these claims and has challenged Father Mulvihill to state the claims in public.

According to a journalistic source, he was going to make this matter public himself, but to date has not done so.


BISHOPS:





Another separate bishop has been accused of being sexually active - to the point that someone in a shop recently referred to the size of His Lordship's Honourable Member.


WILL CREAN in Cloyne has had a priest of his having sex on the altar of a parish church with a younger man.


CREAN
The priest IS STILL LISTED as a curate in a Cloyne parish.

Crean gas never reconsecrated the church where the sacrilege took place!


RAY BROWNE:

BROWNE
Ray Browne recently ordained King Puck in spite of all and is currently keeping an abusive seminarian in seminary.


PRIESTS:




Priests having sex on an altar.

Priests visiting gay saunas at home and abroad.

Priests in a sexual relationship with other priests.

Priests having sex with seminarians.

Priests paying ex-seminarians hush money.

Priests cruising for sex at truck stops.



MAYNOOTH:



Maynooth is as bad as ever with promiscuous gay seminarians who:

Have sex with each other and others.

Use Poppers and illegal drugs and give them to others.

Have BDSM sessions where injuries occur - a broken and claims of 4 hospital admissions in recent years.


PAT SAYS:

They claim that this WMOF is designed to renew the RC Church in Ireland.

But it's not.

They are spending 20 million on a big PR stunt.

It's like building a massive, impressive mausoleum over a grave.

But the grave is full of rottenness, decay, darkness and every kind of disease.

We are seeing the Irish RC church collapse.

We are seeing the bishops and clergy exposed for what they have done and continue to do.

WMOF is like the orchestra playing music as the Titanic sank.




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A TELEPHONE CALL BETWEEN ARA COELI AND MAGHERAFELT:

EM = Eamon Martin    JG - John Gates

EM: John, I had decided to give you a sabbatical, the You Know Who leaked my changes and I had to make new appointments.

JG: I know that Eamon. But I do not want to stay in Magherafelt. They all think I'm a bully and people are looking at me strangely in the street.

EM: I fully understand. Just give me a little bit of time.

JG: How long?

EM: Well until we at least sort out Mulvihill and get the WMOF over.

JG: Will someone somewhere not do something about You Know Who. He is messing us all around.

EM: I know, Between him and Mulvihill my holiday was spoiled.

JG: You are going to have to do something about Quinn now as it's all over the internet.

EM: That's easier said than done. Quinn knows a lot about us in Armagh. If he spoke out we would all be up the river without a paddle.

John, I will keep my word to give you that break and when you return you can decide where you want to go. Just keep Magherafelt quite for a while.

JG: Ok Eamon. How did we get ourselves into this awful mess?

EM: Well, this mess was made before I came here thanks to Daly and Brady. I have to go now. I have Chief Superintendent Casey of Dundalk coming for afternoon tea. God bless. Bye for now.

JG: God bless Your Grace.


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179 comments:

  1. Archbishop José Tolentino Mendonça, the new Archivist and Librarian of the Holy Roman Church, to give him his full job title, is an extremely active gay man. Good friend of Humble.

    Another of Humble's big friends, Cardinal Maradiaga, has just recently protected his gay seminarians, who have been allowed to stay in the Honduran National Seminary. The gay sems from other dioceses in the country have been sent home.

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    1. 23:39
      An unsubstantiated and uncorroborated slur made from the safety of anonymity.

      Repeat your statement in a public forum.

      A sordid attempt to denigrate HF Francis by association.,

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    2. All you have to do is Google his name and add gay and several articles in English and Portuguese pop up. Seems there's a fair bit to it.

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    3. Humble sure knows how to pick them: Ricca, Barros, Maradiaga, Tobin, the new Librarian.

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    4. I wonder if he's received one of the prized invitation to a Holy Office cocaine-fuelled orgy, hosted by Francis's friend Cocco Palmerio?

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  2. Let's be honest. Had anybody here heard of the World Meeting of Families before it was announced it was coming to Dublin? Without Googling it, could anyone say where else it has been held, when, and what exactly it's for?

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    1. Lets also be honest; is the sexual misconduct in the Irish church not the same as it is around the world?

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    2. I recall reading about one WMOF held in Valencia in 2006 followed five years later by World Youth Day 2011 in Madrid both attended by Benedict XVI.

      Paradoxically, Queen Sofia reportedly doesn’t like gays, especially “gay pride,” yet she was falling over herself for the pope.

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  3. I wouldn't usually give the time of day to anything by James Martin SJ but this is a thoughtful article on why a priest or sem would not report sexual harassment by a superior.
    https://www.americamagazine.org/faith/2018/07/30/why-would-priest-or-seminarian-not-report-sexual-harassment-superior

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    1. What's your 'beef' with Jim?

      Is it that he's LGBT-compassionate?

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  4. WMOF ? It's a joke. How many families do you see attending Church these days?. A high percentage only present themselves as and when a first communion or confirmation takes place. It's an elaborate PR exercise which will be a 9 day wonder and do little or nothing to improve the low morale of Many frustrated priests. It's a lavish affair which allows the pointy hat brigade pay homage to the Big Boss and retreat to their palaces after 36 hours. As they say in Dragons Den ...IM OUT.

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    1. Good 00.26, stay out then and keep slurping the alcohol late at night too. I don't know what parish you belong to if any, many families attend my parish church each weekend. What constitutes a family in your mind? Ignoramus

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    2. Not that its any of your business..I dont drink alcohol. A family for me can consist of parents/grandparents/guardians and who may take their children to Church on a regular basis. I come from a parish where family masses are celebrated each Sunday but sadly few children attend.
      As one of our local priests stated during a first communion celebration last May .. As you receive your first Holy Communion..I hope it wont be your last. Such is the concern that in a lot of cases children do not attend church regularly. Meanwhile Ive no problem in your name calling if it makes you feel good.

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    3. No such a thing as a 'family Mass. Mass is Mass is it not?The old first and last Communion jibe is now so over used and exaggerated. You get tired of that old analogy.

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  5. I was arrested just inside Stevens Green ( Lower Leeson St side), handcuffed , peppersprayed, dumped in a cell and released at about 7.50pm after signing what they wanted me to sign.
    The police of this state are a thundering disgrace ( Donegan never used those words...its the ones he really used i d like to use).

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    1. Fr.Mulvihill, that's awful to have found yourself being arrested. What offence did the Gardaí say you had committed to justify their actions?

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    2. A Bleach of the Priest?

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  6. The name of the Garda who physically assaulted me to draw a reaction and who pepper sprayed me while i was handcuffed behind my back in the car is ZARA JOHNSTON. She was driving the car, stopped at Stephens Green on Baggot, came round the back to my seat and sprayed it right in my face at a 6cm distance. She is a psychopath.

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  7. let me be categorical: The Gardai have more paedophiles per capita than The Clergy. They know who they are. Want to pepperspray me again. I am not afraid of you Shits.

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  8. Here is a story for the Irish Media.

    The Garda have knowingly arrested and charged the wrong man for the Dunleer murder.

    The only thing that links him with the deceased from the forensics are the bodily fluids shared, obviously after some form of sexual encounter. That does not constitute murder and " Our best in Dublin couldn't break him" thats a direct quote from one of the Shits. You could not break him because he didn't do it

    I wonder who will arrest and pepperspray me today.

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  9. This is the rantings and ravings of a drunk man in the early hours of this morning. Buckley continues allowung him to use his blog to make a fool of him for his own advantage. Gardai just alerted to Bills latest lunatic claims. I suppose Eamon Martin is to blame for all this too. Buckley stop Abusing Bill.

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    1. I spoke to Bill at 7.50 last night and 7.55 this morning.

      100% sober on both occasions.

      Eamon Martin HAS caused all of this by covering up the abuse by Sean J Quinn.

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    2. 08.05: Outrageous of you Pat to allow Mulvihill make the statements he's making. I am making GARDAI aware of the content of these comments immediately.

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  10. Releasing details of that young man's death in Dunleer in such a way on this blog is beyond contempt, disgusting and the lowest of the low. Have you no shame at all for releasing such sensitive information, what must both families think at such a painful time for them. This has absolutely got nothing to do with Armagh and the Bill Mulvihill situation. You absolutely sicken me Buckley and Bill.

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  11. anyone is welcome to meet me today...my sanity, my sobriety, my swollen face.....

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  12. MourneManMichael7 August 2018 at 08:30

    A distinction should be made between disputing what may or may not have happened to Fr Mulvihill, plus the truth or otherwise about his allegations of abusive behaviour, AND the reality of his repeated comments on these matters to this blogsite. I make no comment on the former as I have no factual information. I do make comment though, to say that on the evidence of Fr Mulvihill's contributions to this blog, he is clearly unwell and in need of supportive guidance. This should not detract from or deny his grievances, but ideally provide constructive focus for their expression. I suspect however that at this stage he will not be amenable to it. For his sake I hope his current state is not a precursor to a breakdown.

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  13. This is a country with no justice....who murdered du Plantier...A Garda in relationship with her...he broke it off....she was going to tell his wife....and the rest is history. The corruption of the Garda goes well with the Catholic Church. Your Majesty, please send forces to conquer us again.

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    1. In 18 days time the leader of that other force that "conquered" us is coming - King Francis 1.

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    2. Sleep required Bill. Bill 'The Great', he will set us free!

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  14. In America magazine, they are calling for the laity to investigate the bishops, which I think is a good idea.

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    1. And the USCCB will choose the investigators.

      Nothing changes.

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  15. If there is anyone at all, who genuinely cares for Fr Bill - family, friends - they need to get him help immediately.

    What he is claiming in relation to Armagh and abuse definitely needs pursuing and investigation; but it is also very obvious that he is not well - not well at all. He needs help and support.

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  16. KOB was accused of impropriety but by priests rather than a single priest. Could just be stuff and nonsense about DM.

    I am a latecomer to the blog, but did you also predict KOB’s downfall, Bp Pat?

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    1. No. I had not heard the rumours.

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    2. KOB had consensual sex with several serving clergy, one is now allegedly a high ranking Prelate who Keith got promoted. Keith clearly never went for looks as none of them are particularly pleasing to the eye. Must have been a size queen. It had been going on for decades and was the worst kept secret in our Diocese. They came together in the end (pardon the pun) as he clearly upset them, seems his constant media outbursts about gays being intrinsically disordered pushed them over the edge. Thing is, 4 of them of them are still practising Priests either in Edinburgh, one is abroad (in a Country beginning with S). They are as much to blame as he is and used him as much he he used them. In my view they all need named and shamed because of their own double standards. They will still be sexually active. Many of the Clergy in our Diocese know who they are. Cushley is keeping them sweet as they have lots of scandal to tell if he even tries to bring them down.

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    3. Very interesting, thanks. Maybe they'll tell Bp Pat the whole story one day, or Fr Mulvihill

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    4. The truth about Scottish Dioceses is about to come out. Don’t you worry 1111!

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    5. It was all over a Mitre for an Auxiliary Bishop and sadly it went to the wrong man but it seems was a very sad state of affairs.

      It all kicked of after Benedict's visit.

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    6. Indeed it was. Still, he has been banished up North out of the way now bless him. Nice enough man though. The others must’ve got very jealous.

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    7. @11:26

      Patricia McKeever will be pleased. LOL.

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  17. BP did not predict KOB it was Anonymous by active clergy who are still in parishes and it was all over a mitre.

    These active gay clergy in Parishes in Scotland are known and their actions noted they would be better to go now as their time is up.

    Let KOB rest in Peace she was not like some the current Bishops when you look at Mario Conti or Maurice Taylor look at their history and Paul Moore or Gerry Nugent was all shocking and they still wear their mitres.

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    1. I've always wondered why those 4 priests did not name themselves?

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    2. Very good 1100 and 1103. As a Priest in said Archdiocese, your are very accurate. I do have one concern though. If time is really up for the gay clergy here, then we are in trouble.
      Instead of looking after 3 Parishes, I and others will end up with at least half a dozen. True what you say, shocking what that those others did and nobody is holding them to account. May God allow Keith an early place at the eternal banquet. He was human, he made mistakes and he repented.

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    3. Yes. All very odd Pat. I will ping you their names by email and your sources can perhaps do some detective work to corroborate. It won’t take the skills of Columbo to work this one out.

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  18. Strange how the blog has now turned full circle on to K O Brien. Just throw anybody's name into the ring and it's a free for all to attack them. Nothing changes.

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    1. Readers from ANYWHERE are free to comment on ANYTHING on this blog.

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    2. As I say, just keep on encouraging them to attack and have a free for all. You would feel more at home in the baying mob at an execution or hanging. Is this what makes you tick?

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    3. Well 1128. You are clearly so upset about it that you still read and contribute yourself. Pat encourages contributions and debate on this blog. Nothing here is attacking anyone. The truth is sometimes difficult to hear isn’t it?

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    4. 1137. If this blog isn’t for you then why read or contribute. Most people or here are highly educated, have been hurt in one way or another by the institution and just need a forum to be able to open up. I for example was abused by a Priest in the Parochial House. Invited for dinner and the Priest obviously thought that was an invitation to engage in gay sex. He is still serving and I know of others he has manipulated. No issues re him being gay, but it is the double standards and abuse of position I can’t stand. He knew I was vulnerable and confused at that point and he went for it. So, you see my friend, perhaps this is a free for all. We are all free to speak about our experiences and this will all be for the greater good. I personally take lots of comfort from Pat and this blog.

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    5. The only thing you are interested in chum is settling old scores. Simple

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    6. 1354 you are probably a dirty double standards type of person yourself. Probably a Priest who thinks that you should not be accountable. Abuse by Priests is clearly ok then is it?

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  19. Why is Diarmuid Martin not defending himself against Father Mulvihill's allegations? Strange! Many of us in Dublin have heard these stories too. Dublin PP.

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  20. PP, Do you mean the wallet and Alpha Romeo story?

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    1. Yes, among others. Dublin PP.

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  21. Actually there has been a lot of compassion for Keith O‘Brien, BUT his story does exemplify so much of what is wrong, especially since his little friends are still in ministry, and it turns out it was all over a mitre. I am struck by how many priests are on sabbatical or study leave or placement abroad when they usually have to be got out of the way. Plumbers and bus drivers do their job with far more benefit to the community, and if they don‘t, do not have the luxury of a posting instead to Palm Springs. Why or why do we continue to excuse and enable and privilege these deeply damaged and venal men?

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    1. Switzerland is a good posting too I hear 1157

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    2. Certain Scottish bishops send clergy to Switzerland they want out of the way Pat

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    3. Interesting. To where in Switzerland? The UN? :-)

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    4. Some English speaking Parishes there

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  22. +Pat, why was Bill Mulvihill arrested yesterday? By the way we Armagh clergy are glued to your blog. We are all wondering how Amy is going to handle this crisis - the biggest of her time here. If you are in touch with Bill give him our love. Armagh Priest.

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    1. 12.28 You are no more an Armagh Priest than Ian Paisley is a Catholic.

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  23. Pat, you should do a full blog about Diarmuid Martin and tell us what the allegations are in detail.It would be great timing just before Big F arrives.

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  24. Funny what's coming out now. Is Mary McAleese reading the blog. Fr Bill not so far off the mark 9n Sodomano

    https://www.irishtimes.com/news/social-affairs/religion-and-beliefs/vatican-sought-deal-with-irish-state-to-bury-church-documents-1.3587955?mode=amp

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  25. 08.05: Outrageous of you Pat to allow Mulvihill make the statements he's making. I am making GARDAI aware of the content of these comments immediately.

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    1. 12.37

      Bill says he was arrested in Dublin yesterday and pepper sprayed by a Ban Garda at close range.

      He is entitled to publish this.

      I will let Bill give you the details and chronology himself.

      There are no Gardai cars here in loyalist Larne.

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    2. They don't use the term 'Ban Garda' anymore you ignoramus.

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    3. @12.37 Outrageous, outrageous indeed!! We only imagine that we live in a European democratic republic. How dare anyone criticise the police, the church or the state. Sounds like the 1930s are alive and well.

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    4. 12.40: Pat, I live just across the border in the south! Stop always dismissing legitimate concerns of others. If Bill was injured yesterday, there must be a plausible reason. You should know the signs of a vulnerable, fragile person and therefore you should stop abusing him for your own selfish, vengeful and vindictive agenda.

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    5. Bill was injured.

      There might be a plausible reason.

      Or there might be a worrying reason.

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    6. Why did the Ban Garda cross the road?

      Come to think of it, what was she doing out of the station kitchen in the first place?

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  26. Bishop Pat, what is Diarmuid Martin accused of? Is it current or in the past?

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  27. Bill Mulvihill is revolting but will set Stephen free.

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    1. Wilson obsessed stalker alert.

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  28. I have printed the contents of blog today and am on my way to my local Garda station. The defamation of people by Mulvihill, encouraged by Pat, is a complete infringement of people's liberties. It is morally reprehensible. I hope some good family friend can wisely and caringly guide Bill because any compassion required is not coming from Pat. Rather Pat is abusing Bill's apparent illness. Disgraceful.

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    1. Defamation, where it exists, and does not exist here, is a civil and not criminal offence.

      You might as well take your print outs to Marks and Spencer's.

      I presume you are not a medic? Then don't try and diagnose people.

      I have NEVER told or instructed Bill to do anything.

      And if I tried to he would tell me where to go.

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  29. Good owl Fr Ray Hannon R.I.P outspoken Priest in Dublin has died. Very interesting that his last assignment was Finglas West yet his Funeral is been held in Finglas East tomorrow. Fr Ray told it as it was and many did not like him for it. R.I.P Ray.

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    1. Church in Finglas West is in bits.

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  30. I'm afraid I am beginning to think that Fr Mulvihill might be the sort of person who attracts trouble, and that is probably because of his mental, emotional, psychological state, and his behaviour. I have no doubt that he may have had a troubled time, but there seems to be a bit of paranoia about him at present.

    So, as far as I can understand it, if there has been violence, misbehaviour, wrongful action against him by the police or by an other institution, then that should be the subject of an investigation through the correct channels. He needs to get himself a lawyer to facilitate the presentation of any grievance that he has.

    He seems to be making some very serious allegations about abusive behaviour by other clergy, including potentially seriously illegal behaviour towards children / minors, either recent or historical. He should walk in to a police station and make a statement, and start a process that should end up with the police investigating these claims.

    If, as he seems to be suggesting, various Archbishops have colluded in frustrating the investigation of potentially illegal abusive behaviour by priests, then they are committing an offence themselves and leave themselves liable for very serious consequences. I am sure the Archbishops know this, so I am somewhat confused as to why he is saying that they are protecting alleged offenders.

    Unless this stuff has already been investigated and various authorities have decided that it has no substance ?

    What strikes me most is the Fr Mulvihill sounds as though he is not a well man, and I would hope that somebody will take some care of him and give him the time, space and resources to re-establish his equilibrium.

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    1. Bill is saying that there is some connection between church and Gardai over the case of Fr.Sean J Quinn.

      Yesterday he was physically hurt by a Garda.

      How can he go to a Gardai station?

      A piece of Belfast graffiti comes to mind, with a change from RUC

      "Help the Gardai. Beat yourself up".

      :-)

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  31. For those who watch the US TV series Homeland, Fr Bill appears to be the Carrie Mathieson of the Irish church. And Carrie is always right in the end, no matter what high drama she brings along the way.

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    1. Im sure Bill will enjoy being called Carrie :-)

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  32. Not many comments on the four or five seminarians ending up in A&E instead of the more usual STD clinic.

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    1. Apparently all the injuries happened in the context of "rough" sex.

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  33. Pat, this blog oxygenates poor unwell individuals with the illusory oxygen of attention. This poor Mulvihill man is either a fictitious individual or one badly in need of psychiatric help. I think it's safe to say that if he is the real PP of Monasterboice he won't be for much longer. He needs the lockup ward of John O'Gods. They might have an adjoining room for you Pat!

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    1. If any are unwell, if, what made them unwell?

      Institutional abuse?

      Father Bill is the real PP of Monasterboice.

      I am not unwell.

      In fact Im "dangerously well" :-)

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  34. 13:03 once again a highly enigmatic reference to the mysterious Stephen. What the hell is this? The Da Vinci Code? Now we have got it straight which Fr Quinn we are talking about and so the other poor old sod can leave his house again, can we stop messing about, and if somebody has anything to say, then say it, man! So from the sublime to the ridiculous — or vice versa — what have the Archbishop of Dublin and little Stevie been up to? I take it not directly connected, but I infer no good, no good at all.

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    1. Father Sean J Quinn, Togher parish.

      Diarmuid Martin and Stevie ???

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    2. I was referring to continual oblique references to somebody called Stephen whose surname I gather is Wilson and is now a seminarian at you know where. Oh and he has a friend in the cockpit at Ryanair but has now fallen out with somebody called Moriaty. Is that his real name? Whether the Archbishop of Dublin is also a friend of his, I really don‘t know, but now Inspector Truscott is on the case, this blog is better than anything Joe Orton wrote, and I have a horrible feeling it’s all tue.

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  35. The female Garda who pepper sprayed Mulvihill is the leader of the para military wing of the Legion of Mary acting under the direct orders of Armagh HQ. The plot has been revealed!

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    1. Sounds as credible as any of the rubbish on this blog!

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    2. Maybe the Ban Garda way Amy's lesbian niece?

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    3. I'd book a removal truck if I were Father Mulvihill, but destination unknown unfortunately!

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    4. No, no, but the Garda might just the sister of an acquaintance of Eamon Martin, a female professional acquaintance.

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    5. Edith, what kinda gurl are you to spend your precious time reading and commenting on a rubbish blog?

      I think you are a priest and your name at clerical party's is Edith :-)

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    6. OR maybe she doesn't exist and the whole scenario is part of a psychotic episode!

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    7. Wrong on all counts M'Lod. Edith Branwell PSNI

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    8. When is the full story on Dublin's archbishop going to appear? Are you waiting for perfect timing, when the papal flight has already left Rome for Dublin? Seems there are mounting concerns about WMF. Contagion in the park being the latest. Oh aren't those civil servants bad. It's payback time for all the harsh treatment they got in school at the hands of nuns, brodders and preeysts.

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    9. Very sorry Constable.

      Do you know Ban Garda Zara Johnston who pepper sprayed the Holy priest?

      I'm sure you would never do that?

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    10. 13:59

      Diarmuid Martin has threatened to put the allegations in the public domain himself.

      And he denies them absolutely.

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  36. The true treasure of the church is the most holy Gospel of the glory and grace of God. But this treasure is naturally most odious, for it makes the first to be last. Martin Luther, Wittenberg, 31 October 1517.

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    1. Anonymous at13:46

      The true treasure of The Holy Church is Her Magisterium and The Faithful who follow it. It has nothing to do with that most odious Arch Heretic Martin Luther.

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    2. Well Bellarmine, you right-wing Nazi cunt! How dare you speak of Martin Luther like that, someone St John Paul II revered and had his sermons read in St Peter's itself!

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    3. The true treasure of the Church is the Magisterium? Ha ha ha ha 😅

      You crack me up, Lil B., with you penchant for joking.😆

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    4. 22:36 Don’t fret about Bellarmino.
      She/he professes interest in the church’s magisterium, a word she/he normally misspells.

      She/he doesn’t like the most recent expression of the magisterium (Pope Francis’ decision to remove the death penalty as an option for Catholic morality).

      She/he regularly invokes Mary.
      She/he, at the same time, blasphemes by using vile language in the context of prayer.

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    5. Anonymous at 22:36

      You left wing foul mouthed spawn of Satan! your language tells us what a "Low Life" you are. If John Paul !! revered the Apostate priest and Heretic Luther who was responsible for what is incorrectly called the reformation, he was no saint. To have his sermons read in St Peter's every Pope since XVI century would be spinning in their graves! Now go and wash your foul mouth with carbolic You Scumbag.

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    6. Mad Magna at 00:11

      Oh! Polly, You crack me up too, now remember the bond between us. Oremus! love and prayers B. Eviva Maria!

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    7. 09:21
      The words are Y viva Maria. Mary of Nazareth is far removed from your blasphemy of her name while denigrating other human beings.

      You can't differentiate between an exclamation mark and a Roman numeral.

      You show ignorance of the basic rules of capitalisation.

      Adjectival phrases with more than one word require a hyphen.

      Poor sentence structure (Learn the difference between a sentence and a clause.)

      While these are indicators of a deficient education, the clearest evidence of this is the chaotic, and probably drink-fuelled bile you spit out.

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    8. Anonymous Ignoramus at 9:36

      Listen, you IGNORAMUS! the words are not Y viva Maria that is Spanish! It is the Italian Eviva Maria (long live Mary)thatI use. The description you use Mary of Nazareth when referring to The Immaculate Mother of God speaks volumes about what you are! Read your comment at 23:36 to use a disgusting word like that stems from your lack of vocabulary. You can cease to weary us with your constant carping about grammar just shows what a pedantic auld bore you are. And by the way I unlike YOU do not drink. The only one who spits out BILE is You. Eviva Maria!

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    9. Anonymous at 13:46

      Are you for real? Ya old Proddy You'll know all about it when you're sitting next to Luther on the hub of hell.

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    10. Dear 13.37, the poster has a point. There is a major anomaly in calling on the mother of Jesus out of one side of your mouth, as the bible would put it, and spewing vulgarities and obloquy out of the other. Something just doesn’t add up. You might be better off actually to pray the rosary.

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    11. Anonymous at 14:54
      Before you start on me read what the poster said at 23:36 not very biblical don't you think? I would recommend you say the Holy Rosary especially The Glorious Mystery's it would do you good. The poster you're talking about has spewed the worst vulgarities but you don't seem to mind that. Something just doesn't add up about you.

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    12. Hi lady at 16.14, you must mean the glorious mysteries (without apostrophe and with plural spelt correctly). Someone recommends the rosary for you. Prayer without accompanying action, however is not enough. I'd suggest two lines from Shakespeare for you, to enhance your self-awareness:
      My words go up my thoughts remain below.
      Words without thoughts never to heaven go.

      Pax

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    13. Anonymous at 17:15

      Hi lady at 17:15 an other auld Granny Grammar going on and on and on about spelling etc. I think you need to enhance your self-awareness and realize what a pedantic auld bore you are. I still recommend you say the Holy Rosary. Eviva Maria!

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    14. There are two other lines from Shakespeare which would apply to Ms Bellarmine too (from Hamlet):
      Thou wretched, rash, intruding fool, farewell.
      I took thee for the better. Take thy fate.

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  37. It was astonishing to watch Moriarty and Wilson fight over who became the chief. The competition for domination over the junior seminarians became dangerous.

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    1. Oh go away you boring childish Maynooth pain in the neck. Last time you wanted to meet Pat in a public place and hand over photos. You're probably still meeting him.

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    2. Hi Brendan

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    3. 14:23 Here. Here.
      13:49 You have an axe to grind and are like a peevish dog with a bone - and too cowardly to carry out your agenda in an open forum. Who cares about your plot thickening!

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  38. Amy Martin needs a slap and her tits pulled.

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  39. That's the level of intelligence we are dealing with frim low lifes on this blog when we are reduced to reading @13.57. It's the sort of stuff Buckley enjoys I imagine.

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    1. That statement was made by telephone to me this morning by an Armagh PP.

      It shows what some of her priests think about her.

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    2. @14.06 it shows you for what you are I'm afraid. A bigoted crude loudmouth. Where you brought up or dragged up?

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    3. 14.06: If a PP made such a statement he too needs a slap and his t**s pulled and very hard! Probably what he's fantasing about as he revels in his drink....So many disgruntled clerics on here. If they'd do their work they'd have no time for self pity. And if fed up, get out....Thank God for my excellent, hard working PP, who rarely takes a break.....

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  40. Bishop Buckley7 August 2018 at 14:18
    FR. RAY HANNON RIP DUBLIN. FUNERAL TODAY.

    A comment maker mentioned him above. I found this on the net.
    Barking mad? Bereaved priest pens death notice for departed dog


    Bereaved priest Fr Ray Hannon took an unusual step to broadcast his love for his sister’s departed border collie – he shelled out €313 for a newspaper death notice.

    “I wanted to mark and celebrate Peppee’s life,” he told the Irish Sun. “He really was the most beautiful dog.”

    Peppee died of cancer last Tuesday week and was cradled in the arms of the priest for eight hours before he passed away. 76-year-old Fr Hannon would regularly drive thousands of kilometres to meet the mutt and offer his whiskey and pain when the dog was in pain. He sounds like the most fun master a dog could wish for, if you ask us.

    “They said I’m the first person ever to put a death notice in the paper for a dog,” Fr Hannon told the paper.

    “Hopefully I’ll start a new craze. Animals deserve to be recognised. They bring so much joy to people”.

    Despite his current griefs, the prospect of seeing his beloved canine chum has given Fr Hannon paws for thought. “I look forward to meeting him in heaven,” he added.

    Have a read of the full obituary tribute below but be sure to keep a tissue nearby; it’s pretty ruff:

    ‘Faithful Dog... God’s Gift’ (Memory of a much loved and faithful Border Collie)

    Our little Peppee died,
    Unsullied soul returning
    To its source...
    Through Whom...
    All Creatures Great and Small abide.
    Some loaned to us
    As sharers in life’s course.
    She guessed our sorrows

    And our joys she shared,
    Until she heard The Master’s voice one morn
    She came to take her leave
    As one prepared,
    To reap the fruits of sickness bravely borne.
    She tapped upon the covers of our bed.'

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  41. In the midst of all the other stuff on priests, I think we can allow Father Hannon his mild eccentricity, which seems to stem from a gentle loving nature. Like Pat I see commending any animal no matter how humble to its creator to be a genuine act of charity and blessing. The poem is undoubtedly cheesy but fairly typical of the funeral industry.

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    1. As a dog addict I was deeply touched by Father Rays poem. It is a tear maker.

      You are right. We should commend any animal we encounter back to its source.

      I am from Finglas East and I did not know Father Ray. RIP.

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    2. He was in several Parishes in Dublin over the Years, Rialto, Berkley Road, East Wall, Cabra West and Finglas West. He retired from Finglas West Years back. He rattled many cages during his life in Dublin. Detested Kevin Mc Namara.

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    3. He won't be rattling anymore cages now will he? Mulvihill won't be either in a short while. Why were slime like these ever ordained in the first place. Mulvihill runs off to Australia and they get sick of him so he runs back to Ireland to cause mischief. Buckley goes to Seminary in the South, runs off to Wales because nobody wanted him in Ireland. Later on Wales then gets fed up with him and he runs back to the North this time and later becomes a nuisance there and still is. What does that all tell you?

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    4. I'm afraid youve got your facts wrong.

      Yes I was in Clonliffe Seminary in Dublin from 1970 - 1973.

      I was expelled from there on June 14th 1973 for missing lectures and being a prankster - the prankster bit was to cover up immaturity and my struggles with my sexuality. I was not involved in anything sexual in Clonliffe.

      8 weeks later I was accepted by the Archdiocese of Cardiff and sent to St. Johns College in Waterford where I thrived and was ordained before my Clonliffe class.

      In Wales I was psychologically abused by two Irish parish priests - one an alcoholic and one a Tipperary sadist.

      Then I cam North.

      Some regard me as a nuisance.

      Some regard me as a courageous whistleblower.

      And to paraphrase Gerry Adams: "We aint going anywhere".

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    5. Everywhere you go you seem to have been bullied?? Very unlikely. When you went somewhere in the North you said that some priests gave you a hiding. Do you attract this and warrant this because you are arrogant, know it all, a big mouthed yoke. Maybe you ask for it. Why always plead that you are so hard done by.

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    6. Traditionally curates were bullied by senior clergy in the late 1970s and 1980s.

      I experienced that to the point that I suffered from severe anxiety.

      I wish I was the mentally strong man then that I am now.

      Now I would give them much more than a slap and a tit pull :-)

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  42. Plenty of comments saying that Fr Bill is unwell. Truth be told he must be right in a sense; either
    A) the content he posts is true, or
    B) The system has driven the man mad, or
    C) both A & B are true.

    Bill if you are reading this, I too nearly went mad because of the institution. Take your time. Know that others truly see what you see as well. Pick one argument at a time, and above all else, mind yourself & your health.

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    1. A truly compassionate comment from one who has been through the wringer.

      1. What Bill has said about Sean J Quinn and Eamon Martin is true.

      2. What Bill has seen, heard and experienced has driven him to publicly stand up and scream STOP THIS!

      We must wait and see how the institution reacts to Bill.

      They will want to annihilate him.

      But it's 2018 and WE ARE ALL WATCHING.

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    2. Thanks the Bill & Buckley Show @ 14.38. Who are you kidding lol

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    3. It’s 2018, Pat, as you say and yet a priest can be assaulted, bundled into the back of a police car and pepper sprayed, on St Stephen’s Green? For, it is claimed, speaking the truth and trying to expose evil?

      Are we in 21st century Ireland or a South American junta/dictatorship?

      I honestly do not know what to make of all this. The silence from the archbishops also is disconcerting.

      I’m sure they are furious and/or frantic with World Meeting of Families about to kick off.

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  43. Pat

    I am not mad. The smug and complacent who like to say their prayers to themselves bare challenged.

    Every word I say is true and I am still speaking in euphemism .

    The Truth is devastating entirely.

    The morning finger writes .... like you Pat , I love real people and my very broken world. We are almost there...

    Tell the Pope to go and see his sister if he believes in family....what a fraud !

    And Dermot, if you don’t , I most certainly will!!!

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    1. 15.28: Bill, that you continue to write in such mysterious, crazy, bizarre language - sadly - is making you look seriously, psychiatrically ill. I wish you well but I am certain that close friends and family must be asking some very serious questions. Please, by all means, speak the truth, but you are not in a good place: seek help. And, whether you agree or disagree, Pat is using you. ABUSING YOU BIG TIME.

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    2. 15.28. Mulvihill- you don't understand the word euphemism!! You are speaking in riddles and so bizzrely and irresponsibly. Get proper counselling.

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  44. The Gardai like the RUC should be disbanded and renamed. They are toxic in the extreme.
    Bill Mulvihill

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  45. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o1GQehNcZZw

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  46. If it is any consolation Bill, I have been bullied by the church. I am a lay person and they wanted me at the cathedral. I didn't want to go as I found the atmosphere very toxic. Too many secrets. No one told the truth. I just ignored them but I started getting a lot of snide remarks from the pulpit. I can keep my head in these situations, but what is not recognised in the head will show in the body. I started with severe chronic migraine and was sent for a blood test. The consultant rang me at home to say my blood was absolutely abnormal. They thought I was riddled with cancer but it wasn't that. They sent me to eight different consultants but they could not find out why my blood was so inflamed and stayed so for 2 years. My thyroid blew. I got shingles and ended up with severe asthma. I knew I was anxious..which is most unusual for me. In the end, I am pretty sure my illness was caused by stress. They lie. They bully. They manipulate. They made me very ill. I know what it is like to be on the receiving end. They are not very nice people.

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  47. 15.33: Toxic in the extreme.....And you're not toxic Bill, no?? Kettle, pot, black....

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  48. Wilson, Emyln and Dean Kenny Hall are all connected in the network.

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    1. What network? Are they all seminarians? What happened to Moriarity? As for Dean Kenny Hall ... surely that is not the name of a future priest? Sounds more like ... well, I don‘t like to say on a Catholic blog.

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    2. Isn’t there talk of a seminarian allegedly being “paid” by a CoI cleric?

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  49. There were no divorces in Cornagrade when Canon Mullan was a curate.

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  50. A Parish Priest is assaulted and pepper sprayed in the centre of Dublin by the Garda and it’s not on/in the news??? Seriously???

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    1. I doubt that the Gardai knew that Bill was a PP at the time.

      I imagine Bill was not dressed in clericals.

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    2. Pat, stop being obtuse!

      Clerical or not - irrelevant!

      Why was he assaulted then? What was he doing? Was he disturbing the peace? Drunk and disorderly? Resisting arrest? (What were they arresting him for?)

      The Gardai do not just go around Stephen’s Green, picking willy nilly on men in their mid 50s, beating them up and pepper-spraying them in the back of squad cars!

      Something not adding up in all this big time!

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    3. Pat, if the guards attacked me, threw me into the back of a squad and sprayed pepper spray in my face, clerical dress on me or not, I would be on the 6:01 news about it and Joe Duffy, etc. Why was Bill arrested? Dublin priest.

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    4. I would like Bill to tell you the story himself.

      He said he was going to publish a chronology of yesterday's events on here.

      I think he still will.

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    5. 18.30: Pat, if you had any real concern for TRUTH you would have waited till the story of Mulvihill reached the papers or news outlets first. Something is not right about this story of him being indiscriminately beaten by gardai. Let him tell the TRUTH. And if it is proven that it is a lie or that he instigated something, then you bear much responsibility for the decline in his well being. You should be advising him much more wisely, caringly and carefully. Forget your own agenda for the moment!

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  51. One day this will be turned into a great screen play. Tom Hardy as Bill. Suggestions invited as to who will play the villans?

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    1. Amy, Dermo, King Puck,Gorgeous, Tom Deenihan.......

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  52. Stephen Rey as +Pat

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    1. Steve Coogan is the only person who could play Pat as Pat is essentially the Alan Partridge of the Irish church.

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  53. MourneManMichael7 August 2018 at 19:02

    Anon @ 16:23: what you describe is very typical of some of the physical symptoms of chronic job related stress. There is a wide cluster of such with presentation specific to the individual's life experience, disposition and stresses incurred. Whistleblowers tend to have high moral values and consequently often suffer injustices at the hands of the less ethical focus of their concerns, particularly in an organisational hierarchy. The abusive use of the term mad is entirely innapropriate to describe a stressed whistleblower. MMM

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    1. Garda Maurice Mc Cabe comes to mind. They made out he was a pedophile sexually abusing his own children. Furthermore, they maintained he was making false allegations about gardai to settle old scores. McCabe has been vindicated. He'll make millions out of this. They tried to smear him and make out he was mentally unbalanced.

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    2. Maurice McCabe has exposed the corruption that is in the Gardai.

      Bill and I are exposing the corruption in the clerical and hierarchical church.

      Whistleblowers are always hated by those comfortably ensconced in institutions.

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    3. Oh it's Bill and I now is it. How very cosy

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    4. Bill has made absurd allegations about a Priest and that due to his crimes 3 people lost their lives and 1 at present undergoing treatment, this adds up to multiple manslaughter!
      I've read nothing in the national news as yet and hopefully wont as this is such serious allegations.
      I would imagine that such crimes against humanity would not only make local news but would be sought after by the world media!

      It just doesn't all add up and looks like this man has serious hatred towards the CC just like Pat Buckley.

      If this turns out to be true then I'll hold my head in shame!

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    5. No need for you to hang your head in shame.

      You had no part in this.

      The story is TRUE.

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    6. 19.20: "Bill and I" - are you a royal couple? Since when? Such grandiose title to give your liaison! Bill of course may have grievances but his attitude of mad contempt and disregard for the reputation of others is disgraceful. Think Bill should hsve stayed with his "friend/s" in Australia!! He was accepted into a Diocese here and now his ingratitude is monumental. Perhaps he might like to enlighten us about his travels "down under" and give us more insight into his personal "losses" so that we might better understand his anger, pain and his personalised animosity towards Archbishop Martin.

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  54. Can we get one thing straight here? I know Fr Bill M. well and have known him for around 35 years. He likes a drink but he does not drink to excess and describing him in many posts as "drunk" doesn't add up.

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    1. Every time I speak on the phone with Bill he is sober.

      On one occasion we had drinks together.

      The following day I tried to buy him a glass of wine and he said no.

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    2. I'd have refused a glass of wine too. I'd settle for nothing less than a full bottle of Chardonnay 2016, 13.5%Vol or....a bottle of brandy.

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    3. And I would have been very happy to buy Bill and any other person who gave me respect and hospitality, a bottle, including you Your Canonship.

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    4. @19:22 I also Know and have had the privilege to be a parishioner of Fr Bill for a few years but of late he's a much changed man and by my recollection and that of most folk in the parish does sadly suffer from Alcohol addiction and in turn has lead to other mental health problems.

      Fr Bill's behaviour of late is nothing short of shameful and with no support from parishioners, this activity has escalated now for a couple of years.
      Do you see his behaviour of late as normal?

      It would be more generous of Fr Bill to step aside and let us move on from this unwarranted behaviour, we the people of Monsterboice deserve better and would support Fr Bill in that move to which we hope he finds peace and contentment in life.
      I offer this in a Spirit of good will and respect to Fr Bill, life is too short for all this nonsense.

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    5. "On one occasion we had drinks together."

      Was it Absinthe (75% proof) Bp Pat?

      Bp Pat, Mulvihill is a man who fell in love once... and cannot recover. It happens.

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  55. Pat any update on Armagh Seminarians. I herd there is an internal inquiry going on.

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    1. Surely to goodness these problematic Armagh seminarians won’t be going any further in September?

      “Horny Andy” and “Gorgeous” were stopped and these others featuring here so often surely to God they have to be dismissed also?

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  56. Pat, Couldn't agree more that Armagh is a disgrace Cahal Daly, Sean Brady the worst cardinals. Makes me sick why they covered up the sex abuse. Sean Brady should have been took to court for all of his covering up of Brendan Smyth. There was no excuse for any of it. How in the name of God can that man sleep at night I suppose God is his rescue.

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  57. Problematic based on what? The gossip and rumours of this toxic blog?

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  58. @ Pat @1130:Free to comment? Perhaps. But you decide what actually gets posted. Recently made comments that doubt the veracity of what you post and the motivation for what you post remain unposted by you. You heavily filter what you allow to be posted. So please drop the "free to comment" pretence.

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  59. What about O fee’s complicity regarding Ledwith and the treatment of Fr Mc ginnity.

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    1. Fr McGinnity was a wimp for allowing O'Fiach to treat him in such an abysmal and humiliating way.

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  60. Bp Pat, please close down Royal Salamanca after Gaynooth.

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