If the dust has settled, it is possibly now a time for analysis. Let us take for a start the Manchester Evening News article on 26th March 2016. The headline says that the victims had dropped the legal action against the Salford Diocese. In fact they did not drop it […]
Tag: Fr Barry O’Sullivan
Ebola is in the Diocese Of Salford
Well with Bishop Terence Brainless back-scuttling it out of the Salford Diocesan door, we have another criminal being inserted into his troubled seat. Bishop John Arnold, Auxillary Bishop of the dark and dirty Diocese of Westminster has been elevated by the pope and just in time for Nichols of Westminster […]
The Case Against The Salford Diocese, Monsignor Thomas Duggan and St Bede’s College in Manchester
Well events are coming along nicely in the case of alleged abuse of pupils by Monsignor Duggan, Rector of St Bede’s College from 1950 -1966, 16 years when unbridled sexual abuse of young boys was an everyday occurrence in the life of the College. Carefully picked and even more carefully […]
Cameron, St Bede’s, O’Sullivan And Much, Much More.
Just back from a rhapsodic week in rural France, ensconced in a 300 year old, three storey mill, surrounded by sun, sheep, donkeys, cattle, birds (including large woodpeckers), flies, ants, snakes, mice, the odd rat, a turgid stream, unlimited supplies of wine, champagne, delicious bread and andouillettes, which you all […]
Fr Barry O’Sullivan, Therapist Duped By A Duper.
I think I will set myself up as a personnel consultant specialising in the priests of the Salford Diocese. I more than anyone know the abilities and more the inabilities of this august body of venerable old men, having researched their every foible for the last three years. Take for […]
Historical Abuse In Schools And How St. Bede’s Cannot Seem To Deal With It.
Now that the court cases are lining up against the Salford Diocese and St. Bede’s College, news has come through how one school in New York has found a way of dealing with the problem of child sexual abuse. One of the city’s most prestigious private schools, The Horace Mann […]
Does Charity Begin At Home?
Well certainly it does but there are circumstances where it definitely shouldn’t and the tale I am about to tell is one of these circumstances. “Caritas Internationalis is a confederation of 164 Roman Catholic relief, development and social service organizations operating in over 200 countries and territories worldwide. Collectively and […]
What a happy day this is, our lawyers who have been beavering away under this legal cloak of omerta have decided to come clean and chuck their cap in the ring. Hurrah for Anderson Olivarius, our champions. The very names should strike fear in the hearts of our enemy, who […]