Tyrone Priest In Gay Porn Shocker

Poor old Cardinal Seán Brady, the wounded healer, is having a Bishop Brennan moment after it emerged that one of his priests showed a series of gay porn images to parents at a meeting about their children’s forthcoming Communion ceremony.  Brady launched an investigation and even informed the police when he discovered what had happened.

It seems that Fr Martin McVeigh, in true modern-priest style, had a Powerpoint presentation on a memory stick, but when he shoved the USB key into the laptop, it wasn’t a slideshow of little holy Luke Skywalkers that appeared.  No.  Instead, the parents were treated to a dozen or more images of guys with moustaches going at it hammer and tongs.

Jesus Christ!   According to the Belfast Telegraph, the shocked parents were shocked by the shocking pictures.  Shocked!!

Oddly enough, the images depicted consenting adults doing consensual-type things, as opposed to the sort of stuff we’ve become used to from the clergy, but Brady nevertheless immediately referred the matter to the police, unlike his previous actions when he swore abused children to secrecy.

What did the cops say?  No crime here, Seán.  Just a bunch of gay guys doing what comes naturally.

You’d have to love the likes of Brady, wouldn’t you?  Here’s a priest with a few images of adults on his USB key, and Seán goes demented, despite his track record of failing to support children who were attacked by real abusers, but of course, that’s not to say that Martin McVeigh shouldn’t be answering a few questions.  Absolutely not.

Questions like, What sort of an idiot are you?

And What the fuck were you doing with gay porn on the same memory stick as a communion presentation?

Or even Are you completely thick?

All of these are legitimate questions to ask Father Martin McVeigh, but there are a few questions for the shocked parents as well.

Questions like You don’t get out much, do you?

And What’s so shocking about gay sex?

Or even Would you ever get a fucking grip?

Of course, it’s entirely possible that the parents weren’t shocked in the least and that the hack from the Telegraph was simply acting out some deep-seated personal prejudices, but that’s highly unlikely in a Belfast newspaper.  Right?

The whole incident has more than a little FatherTedness to it, especially McVeigh’s claims that he doesn’t know how the images got on his key.  Were they just resting in his account?  Did he accidentally brush against another priest and catch them like a virus?  Did an elite squad of gay priest porn-commandos put them on there while his attention was elsewhere?

I was going to say McVeigh’s story is stretching credulity, but then I remembered what the meeting was about: Holy Communion.  The belief that a man can wave his hands at a biscuit and turn it into someone who has been dead for two thousand years.

If Brady can swallow that, he can surely swallow the story that the Village People ended up on a memory stick by magic.

 

 

18 thoughts on “Tyrone Priest In Gay Porn Shocker

  1. the images must have been put there by the Devil! Perhaps the child slave labourers that made the memory stick had put in a timebomb virus so that the images became visible at the worst possible moment. Clever stuff.

  2. That is a bit cynical alright, calling the cops when he knew full well that no crime was committed. It would make you sick. Moral authority my arse.

  3. :) thanks for the laugh.
    Maybe some gay leather clad masochist left his stick behind in the confession box and poor father mcveigh confused it for his?

  4. Its totally Father Ted. ‘ And now folks, this is what it’ll look like when your children are receiving it for the first time…CLICK..’. ‘ That’d be a feckin-men-ucal matter, Father’

  5. I think you might be a little harsh on the parents, I think shock would be a reasonable reaction, I read there was an 8 yr old child in the room. I think I too would be shocked and probably angry if I this guy was anywhere near my child.
    His reaction seems to be in line with the hypocrisy of his church and its leaders, he ran from the room then came back later with no apology or explanation only to tell the parents that their children should give their communion money to the church……….
    I’m not prudish and I have nothing against gay people, I did at laugh when I first heard this story and its cringing embarrassment but the reaction of the priest and sean brady are not funny.

  6. Only for the real names being mentioned, I’d have thought this was an April fools thing. The bit at the end where he runs in to tell them to give their communion money to the church is the cherry on the cake.

  7. God help poor Oul Sean.He cant swear the parents, to secrecy, like he did, the innocent kids, who,s innocence was destroyed, by the Paedophile, Brendan Smith, because he is not ah..eh..relatively young Canon Lawyer, any more, of 35 or more.I am always puzzled by his title..PRIMATE of all Ireland.I always understood, PRIMATES, to be of the ape/monkey family.Do you think there,s any connection, Bock….

  8. My understanding is that the term Primate in a zoological context denotes monkeys, apes and humans. However, it also has an older meaning, also deriving from the Latin root Primus, meaning First.and in this context it has come to mean First or Primary bishop.

    I hope this answers your question.

  9. Thanks to all of you for the good laugh, you made my day! I have just gotten of the plane from that insane hellhole the US of A. Brady and his gang should move there they would be so at home, on the other hand no, there are some good Americans why punish them. We must put these people in their place, they are our burden.

  10. “Thank God I’m a presbyterian”, said Ian Paisley when he saw the sign ‘Two Primates’ at the Zoo.

  11. Ian Paisley calls his church ‘free presbyterian’ but mainstream Presbyterians (Church of Scotland and all that in North America and elsewhere) would disclaim kinship with the theology and caustic social attitudes the ‘frees’ adhere to. Paisley grew up in Ballymena in a household that was evangelical, nonconformist but certainly not Presbyterian.
    For a discussion about his bible-thumping and political life, and his theo-social motivation, see the paperback by Andy Pollack entitled simply Paisley. Pollack used to write for the Irish Times and the defunct magazine Hibernia. I think he also contributed to the defunct Magill magazine too.

  12. it was convient to assume thet the laptop in use on the nite of the publication of the images was the same laptop used for the download it would have helped if priest had offered a search of his home to investigation instead of leaving the building was there something he had to hide at his house ,was the latest robbery staged from his home, is it a co incidence the the the thief did not need a lap top untill now

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