Comiskey's turbulent priest
The man had been paralysed from the neck down in a car accident. He lay in a hospital bed unable to move.
The man had been paralysed from the neck down in a car accident. He lay in a hospital bed unable to move. But he was still able to speak, and the story he told sounded more incredible as it went on.
Lying in the ward in the National Rehabilitation Hospital in Dun Laoghaire, Sean Cloney spoke of a priest who had lied, stolen, bullied, cheated and abused.
Back then, in themid-1990s, the stories about Fr...
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