It is 11 days since my last posting, 11 days of mind searching, trying to think of another subject for posting on my blog. It becomes demoralising sitting here at my desk at 4.30am trying to summon up a subject and find there is nothing. I had overdosed on Bede’s […]
Tag: St. Bede’s College
Oxford and Cherwell Valley College, Common Purpose, St Bede’s College and MCFC
One of the things that have come out of the recent child abuse ring in Oxford and the allegations about abuse at Oxford and Cherwell Valley College which is gaining greater legs by the day is the preponderance of Common Purpose, the supposed”educational charity” that gathers some of the more […]
Marciel Maciel and Thomas Duggan.
I have just been watching the film by Jason Berry of Marciel Maciel, a Mexican Catholic priest, who formed the religious orders of Legion Of Christ for men and Regnum Christie for women. Both orders have massive support in the Americas and since the 1940s Maciel had been fund raising […]
My First Proper Job
In the summer of 1963 after my short interview with Monsignor Duggan, Rector of St. Bede’s College and supreme factotum of life as we knew it, when he consigned me to the scrapheap of infidels, I was working for Jim Connor converting two large Victorian houses on Laindon Road in […]
Paedophilia, Cover up, Armageddon.
Yesterday I watched an American documentary about clerical child abuse in California between 1970 and 1990. It was the most distressing 120 minutes I have ever watched. It was on the channel More 4, last Tuesday night. We recorded it and have it saved and I understand that you cannot […]
The Aftermath of a St. Bede’s Education.
Search as I might, I cannot find any reference to Monsignor Thomas Duggan, Rector of St. Bede’s College in Manchester, from the early 1950s until the late 1960s. As I have said in my blog on 31 March 2010, a blog I dedicated to this ” honourable” man, he seems […]
Monsignor Thomas Duggan.
Today’s text comes from years of considered and malevolent thought centred around one evil man who made my teenage years a nightmare. I have written about him previously and to judge by the response my portraits have been at least accurate, if not as damning as they might have been. […]
Add New Category Parent category:
Permalink: http://paulmalpas.com/uncategorized/teenage-years/ Edit teenage-years
Upload/Insert Add an Image Add Video Add Audio Add Media
Word count: 1124 Draft Saved at 1:22:26 pm.
Excerpts are optional hand-crafted summaries of your content that can be used in your theme. Learn more about manual excerpts.
Send trackbacks to:
(Separate multiple URLs with spaces)
Trackbacks are a way to notify legacy blog systems that you’ve linked to them. If you link other WordPress blogs they’ll be notified automatically using pingbacks, no other action necessary.
Add new custom field:
Enter new Cancel
Custom fields can be used to add extra metadata to a post that you can use in your theme.
Allow trackbacks and pingbacks on this page.
Platinum SEO Pack
Click here for Support | Know about the meta tags
characters. Most search engines use a maximum of 160 chars for the description.
Keywords (comma separated):
PSP Meta Index and Nofollow Tags: index, follow index, nofollow noindex, follow noindex, nofollow
NOARCHIVE this page/post:
NOSNIPPET of this page/post:
Disable title rewrite on this page/post:
Disable PSP title format on this page/post:
Disable PSP on this page/post:
All Doom And Gloom It Was Not.
With my recent blogs you might get the false impression that it was all doom and gloom at St. Bede’s College, but it was not. There were lots of high spots, mainly centred round the sports field, five a side football in the covered playground and the few seconds private […]
The Staff Of St. Bede’s College.
Since I did that piece on Geoff Burke last week, I have not been able to get the school off my mind. My opinion is that at the end of the 1950s and the early 60s the school was still firmly stuck in the 1930s. The staff by this time […]