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Maynooth: “cesspool of liberal theology and heterodoxy”

Former seminary priest speaks out on homosexual subculture and exposes the Irish McCarrick Following the dark revelations of the McCarrick scandal, former seminary formator, Father David Marsden, decided it was time to go public on the real reason he resigned from Maynooth and why he remains deeply concerned about the presence of a powerful gay subculture in the national seminary. Referendum a forbidden topic The year is 2015 and debate in Ireland is dominated by the State’s plan to change … Read More

92 Year-Old Canon Speaks Out Against Dictatorship of Belfast Pride Rally Bias

THERE is little in the way of fair and even-handed reporting across print and broadcast media outlets on issues relating to Moral Law. And nowhere is it more keenly felt than the reports of the recent Belfast’s Pride Rally in the mainstream press. Reporting on the event, BBC Radio Ulster claimed the rally, which saw PSNI (Police Service of Northern Ireland) and Gardaí officers march in uniform in the parade for the first time, was the “biggest rally to have … Read More

Vocations Crisis in Ireland

Do not expect the young Catholic men of this country to commit their lives to anything less than the fullness of truth!Ignoring the CrisisAs news circulated earlier this year about the Irish Bishops’ departure for their ad limina visit to Pope Francis, one of the most prominent stories was that they would not be proposing that Pope Francis readmit to the priesthood men who had left ministry to marry. The Irish Catholic newspaper reported (12/01) that the bishops had discussed … Read More

Maynooth – a crisis in Spiritual Formation

I Will Give You ShepherdsIn March 1992 – almost twenty-five years ago – Pope Saint John Paul II issued his Post-Synodal Exhoration Pastores Dabo Vobis (I Will Give You Shepherds), on the formation of priests. In this document, which has become the point of reference with regard to priestly formation since the Second Vatican Council, Pope John Paul refers to four areas of priestly formation, namely human, spiritual, intellectual, and pastoral formation. While the Pope stated that the work of … Read More