Church of Scientology offshoot spent €2m on drug rehab facility in Meath

By Roisin Burke

Narconon, an offshoot of the Church of Scientology, has spent close to €2 million establishing its Meath “drug treatment” facility, new¬ly-filed financial statements show. Narconon Trust bought the property in Ballivor, Co Meath in 2016, but its 56-bed drug rehabilitation service has yet to open, due to a planning battle. The High Court ruled in its favour last year, but the mat-ter has been appealed to the Supreme Court.

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This is Pure Scientology under the mask of LifeCoaching

Those of you who have studied Scientology will suddenly see a person who was giving out the free personality tests on Middle Abbey St, then he was a Minister recruiting for Scientology using the Dianetics book of L.R .Hubbard. Yes, it is Vincent Kelly now going to help you deal with Narcissism as a LIFE COACH?


Be alert this is good old time Scientology online. Now they are out in Firhouse with millions invested and no one coming out there, also Merrion Square again totally dead they are coming out of the woodwork online.

https://dialogueireland.wordpress.com/category/therapy-groups/scientology/

‘There was no reprimand, nothing changed’: Survivors criticise Jehovah’s Witness elders for failing to act over child sexual abuse claims

The Jehovah’s Witnesses church says its elders “endeavour to comply with secular laws about reporting allegations of abuse” – but survivors say that does not necessarily translate to helping the authorities. Jason Farrell

Home editor @JasonFarrellSky

Wednesday 1 September 2021 21:44, UK

Elders at the Jehovah's Witnesses church have been accused of failing to act on sexual abuse claims
Image: Elders at the Jehovah’s Witnesses church have been accused of failing to act on sexual abuse claims
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“House of Prayer” opening in Brewster, New York, USA is a flop.

175 people were at the opening. Many were from out of state.  Christina and Fr. McGinnity live streamed from Ireland.  No pictures or note taking allowed.  My contacts there said the livestream was amateurish, with Fr. McGinnity droning on for over an hour, then Christina.  It was not structured or planned out carefully.   Lots of emphasis on sales of the miraculous picture. 

Christina is denying she ever said those who get the covid vaccine will go to hell. Below is the quote, which happens to still be on the Facebook page from the House of Prayer in Leander, TX, and the FB page for the Minnesota house.  They must have forgotten to take this down!  

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House of Prayer: PRAYING ON THE ELDERLY

WHY WON’T’ THE CHURCH CHALLENGE CULT THAT JUST BOUGHT $2.2 M BUILDING AND TELLS ELDERLY VACCINE IS ‘MARK OF THE BEAST ’?
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Exclusive by Alan Sherry
August 29 2021

A woman whose elderly mother believes pictures she bought from the House of Prayer will protect her from Covid has said the Catholic Church is abdicating its responsibility to Catholics by not publicly condemning the controversial organisation.

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Jehovahs Witnesses: ‘Shocking failures’ in child protection in religious institutions, report finds

 IICSA Report – Conclusion 25:

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The Jehovah’s Witnesses are one of few religious organisations which have an internal disciplinary process which can lead to the expulsion of members. The internal disciplinary processes of the Jehovah’s Witnesses continue to use a rule of corroborative evidence known outside the community as ‘the two-witness rule’, whereby in the absence of a confession the evidence of two material witnesses is required to establish an allegation, which can then lead to disfellowship for the purposes of internal discipline. The rule is not intended to be a safeguarding measure. Nevertheless, it has no place in any response to child sexual abuse and fails to reflect the reality that by its very nature child sexual abuse is most often perpetrated in the absence of witnesses. The rule’s capacity to cause harm to victims and survivors of child sexual abuse is clear. We have received first-hand evidence of this harm. As it presently operates, the Jehovah’s Witnesses internal disciplinary process for disfellowshipping members bears no relationship to how sexual crime happens. The continuing use of this rule shows a disregard of the seriousness of the crimes involved and their impact on individuals. It also lacks compassion for the victim, and serves to protect the perpetrator.

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