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    Video of a catholic priest speaking at the Kilmichael ambush site . Monsignor O Ceallachain is his name. Is it his place and that a priest of Holy Roman Catholic church to be glorifying such bloody deeds. He spouts rubbish as Gaeilge about the volunteers going in advance to a priest and having their confessions heard and getting absolution for deeds not yet committed ! No wonder the Church here is in such shíte.
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    before anyone jumps on me i have asked mods to rectify spelling of commemoration. Thats the worst of being up too early to say morning prayers and then be hit with that abomination of religion in Cork !

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    It'll be many a long year before a buddhist says that prayer.
    McTell tCurrently, I am missing certain information. That has been requested and will be added as soon as it is available available availableavailable

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    Quote Originally Posted by McTell View Post
    It'll be many a long year before a buddhist says that prayer.
    Maybe that happened in Sri Lanka before the Buddists massacred the Tamils there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eoin Coir View Post


    Video of a catholic priest speaking at the Kilmichael ambush site . Monsignor O Ceallachain is his name. Is it his place and that a priest of Holy Roman Catholic church to be glorifying such bloody deeds. He spouts rubbish as Gaeilge about the volunteers going in advance to a priest and having their confessions heard and getting absolution for deeds not yet committed ! No wonder the Church here is in such shíte.
    Good to see the Orange Order remains ever-vigilant. Keep it up, brother!
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    Religion involved in military commemoration...Big feckin' yawn, you swear it never happens anywhere else. There are monumnets to British army soldiers in every C of I church I've ever been in, many honouring service on bloody imperial campaigns. If someone started a thread on that here they would be (rightly in my view) held up to total scorn by a section of the posters here.

    I wonder if the priest hit the pub with the rest of them afterwards?
    it’s the continuing series of small tragedies, that send a man to the, madhouse

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    There should be an inquiry into who invited the priest to such a glorious occasion.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Levellers View Post
    There should be an inquiry into who invited the priest to such a glorious occasion.
    You would object to the FGers at Beal na Blath then also.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bye bye mubarak View Post
    You would object to the FGers at Beal na Blath then also.
    I would object to any religious nut job being asked to speak at any political commemoration.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Levellers View Post
    I would object to any religious nut job being asked to speak at any political commemoration.
    Throughout history the two are intrinsically mixed.
    ‘The Great only appear great because we are on our knees: Let Us Rise!’ “ (James Larkin)

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