Nabi sayeth: The cover up and infestation by the Lavender Mafia is deep, thick and has been long-term. Nabi spoke with a clergyman who recalls a particular episode that occurred in 1984 at the seminary of choice for the diocese in WV that will illustrate vividly the cover up games that have been played.
The rector (head priest) at the seminary announced one day an “Emergency rector’s conference” to take place in the conference room at the seminary. As a seminarian, the clergyman thought it must be something significant because “emergency” meetings had never been announced during his time at that seminary.
As expected, the room was filled with the resident seminarians, priest and sister faculty members, and even the librarian.
Seated at the front and center of the room were three upper class men: Paige Blakely from the diocese in St. Petersburg, Charlie Mitchell from the diocese of Orlando, and H. C. from the diocese in WV. The three were inseparable, they “prayed” together, played together, ate together and even had classes together. They were an “item” for sure.
Seated to their left was the academic dean, Sister Pat Smith. She was quite Lavender-friendly and in a relationship with a lesbian ex-Sister faculty member.
The rector entered the room and walked up to the microphone at the center. His face was red and he had a noticeable scowl.
He began to tell the audience that the three friends had been attacked mercilessly in a cowardly, scandalous act of slander. The clergyman had no clue as to when and what this incident was at that time.
After a rather brief monologue, the rector concluded by shouting, “Acting out, whether homosexually or heterosexually is not permitted in a Catholic seminary, and if you don’t like it...GET OUT!” The meeting was dismissed.
The clergyman went on to tell Nabi, “I had no clue as to the incident that obviously occurred, so I inquired from a couple of seminarians as to what this all meant. I was told that it was the result of a feud between two Lavender cliques. One faction involved seminarians who for their work study money helped out at the seminary print shop, where programs and other types of printed material were produced. The other faction included the three men at the front of the room: H. C., Mitchell and Blakely. The evening before the emergency meeting something ugly occurred at the regularly scheduled ‘community liturgy’. As people filed into the large Romanesque chapel they stopped at a table positioned at the entrance on which were placed a bowl containing pieces of “oatmeal cookie” looking altar bread (used as communion hosts) and a paten in which each participant placed their host for mass. Near the paten was a stack of printed programs containing the names/numbers of hymns, etc.
Laced in between the words of the hymns were words allegedly describing how H. C., Mitchell and Blakely were performing sex acts on one another.
Not only did residents of the seminary attend the community liturgy, but laity from outside the seminary, including family members of the seminarians and friends as well. ” All who had read their program had been exposed to the filth. It was, indeed, an ugly scandal. After the rectory’s emergency conference the offending parties disappeared, never to be seen in the seminary hallways again. The three friends graduated and were ordained for their dioceses. One of them, however, found himself in significant trouble….
“Paige Blakely, a 68 year old retired Catholic priest of the Diocese of Orlando, has been arrested for engaging in public sex acts at Sleepy Hollow Park in New Smyrna Beach. Blakely is one of eight men arrested as part of a sting operation by the Volusia County Sheriff’s Office after numerous public complaints about men engaging in various sex acts at two public parks.
This is not Paige Blakely’s first arrest on sex-related charges. In 2011, the former Pastor at St. Ann’s Catholic Church in DeBary — who was at the time still working for the Diocese of Orlando in its Tribunal — was among six men charged in a sex sting in a restroom at Ross Point Park in Holly. Blakely had exposed himself to an undercover cop and allegedly told him he was “trying to experience what it was like,” and that he was trying to get a “thrill” at the same time, police said. He also made a reference to “cruising,” a term men use when looking for gay sex, according to his charging affidavit.
In response to the 2011 arrest for indecent exposure, the Bishop of the Diocese of Orlando barred Blakely from functioning as a priest, pending the legal outcome of the criminal case against him. His faculties to serve as a priest were later permanently removed by the Bishop. Paige Blakely had also previously served at Catholic Church of the Epiphany in Port Orange.” 8/25/18 Horowitz Law
How do these people get ordained and established in their dioceses? They have unconditional support from their bishops and Lavender chancery members. It’s all one big incestuous farst funded unknowingly by so many good, Holy and TRUSTING people in the pews. Stay tuned….