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There was a priest, the dirty beast: Before taking his own life over sex abuse allegations, a British priest reportedly organized a lockdown-defying sex and debauchery orgy. The Catholic Church is allegedly investigating allegations of a sex party that took place at the sacred St. Mary’s Cathedral in Newcastle while the rest of the UK was under strict lockdown rules, the Sunday Times reported. The probe is part of a wider Vatican inquiry into the diocese, involving multiple cases of sexual abuse.
Vital witness took suicide way out: McCoy will not be able to testify about the alleged event either, as he committed suicide in 2021 after police opened an investigation into historic allegations of child sex abuse involving the clergyman.
In a letter reported by media, the Archbishop of Liverpool said that he had been charged by the Pope’s advisers to compile an in-depth report into ‘events’ leading up to the resignation of Bishop Robert Byrne as the Bishop of Hexham and Newcastle in December.
Byrne was made bishop in 2019, and he immediately appointed Father Michael McCoy as the Dean of St. Mary’s Cathedral in Newcastle.
When the UK was placed under strict lockdown rules the following year, McCoy apparently approached several parishioners and invited them to attend a party’ at the cathedral, a source told the Times. This event was described by the source as a sex party taking place in the priests living quarters attached to Newcastle cathedral.
There is no evidence that Byrne knew about or took part in the sex party. McCoy will not be able to testify about the alleged event either, as he committed suicide in 2021 after police opened an investigation into historic allegations of child sex abuse involving the clergyman.
McCoy is not the only priest with an apparently volatile history to pass through Byrne’s diocese. A separate investigation by the Catholic Safeguarding Standards Agency (CSSA) is probing reports that Father Tim Gardner, a convicted pedophile, was offered church-owned accommodation within the diocese after he had been found guilty and sentenced to eight months in prison.
Father Timothy Gardner.
Gardner had been caught with more than 500 illicit debauched images of children on his computer, some of which he took himself. Horrifyingly, he was teaching religious education at a Catholic school in London at the time of his conviction. You can share this story on social media.
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