And How Was It For You?

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Pope In Ireland: Day 2 (RTÉ)

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Thanks LiamZero

16 thoughts on “And How Was It For You?

  1. Presbyterian Sponge Cake Sale

    Thats VIncent off the Vatican’s Xmas Selection Box list anyway. I suspect it’s cousin Malachy pressing the Twitter keys for him though.

    Cam’r disagree that Terry Crone must be worried about new contenders…

      1. Cathal

        I asked a question it doesn’t fit with your paymasters narrative so you question my ability to touch letters on a screen.

    1. johnny

      your not alone-lin to astounding Archbishop Carlo Maria Viganò letter.

      “In an extraordinary 11-page written testament, a former apostolic nuncio to the United States has accused several senior prelates of complicity in covering up Archbishop Theodore McCarrick’s allegations of sexual abuse, and has claimed that Pope Francis knew about sanctions imposed on then-Cardinal McCarrick by Pope Benedict XVI but chose to repeal them.”

      http://www.ncregister.com/daily-news/ex-nuncio-accuses-pope-francis-of-failing-to-act-on-mccarricks-abuse

  2. realPolithicks

    Well said Vinnie, I listened to some rte podcasts today and they continually referenced that there was a crowd of 500k in the Park…its pure propaganda.

  3. Shayna

    To be fair? I got an alert from RTÉ news on-line that Il Papa Fransisco had signed a Maigh Eo geansa and perhaps blessed it? Perhaps Mayo, one day? Nonetheless – he whispered into a Waterford type – Tyrone by a goal in the last minute next Sunday.

  4. Lilly

    Sheik Yah bouti
    @BoutiYah
    Replying to
    @vincentbrowne
    I don’t usually get personal in these matters but Aine Lawlor’s commentary was the creepiest, most fawning and sycophantic I have heard in all my life – and I’m old.30 odd years ago the story was RTE was somehow infested with “Reads”! Uber R wing 1/2

    Sheik, is that you? Áine Lawlor is not everyone’s cup of altar wine, that’s for sure.

    1. Praetorian.

      Marty Whelan on Saturdays coverage was cringe inducing…at one stage he actually said ‘He’s a face you could love so much’…

      I no longer have a tv.

      1. Cú Chulainn

        He did. And only moments before, Ms. Cu remarked that he hadn’t said anything completely inane and stupid at the same time. It ended up like a Eurovision commentary. RTÉ were right shocking.

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