Homosexual Activism in the Archdiocese of San Francisco.
Part III: Most Holy Reedemer

Most Holy Redeemer Staff

Home

Catholic Charities CYO 

The University of San Francisco

Other Archdiocesan Institutions

Latest News

Most Holy Redeemer

Personnel/Institutional Flowchart

Contact

Most Holy Redeemer Parish Staff: Patrick Mulcahey

Photo: TV Guide Canada

The atmosphere at MHR can corrupt good priests and laypeople. We are all sinners. We have no desire to attack any person, clerical or lay, for the sake of attacking, but if we are to show the harm caused by the embracing of homosexuality at MHR, we must tell the truth.
 

Patrick Mulcahey is a Eucharistic Minister at Most Holy Redeemer. He is also a past Vice-President of the Pastoral Council. He is a screenwriter who figures prominently in Fr. Donal Godfreys important book “Gays and Grays.”

 

Home

Latest News

Catholic Charities CYO 

The University of San Francisco

Most Holy Redeemer

Personnel/Institutional Flowchart

Other Archdiocesan
Institutions

• Mr. Mulcahey is a past Vice President of the Most Holy Redeemer Pastoral Council, and is currently a Eucharistic Minister at MHR.

It will be good here to remind ourselves of Church rules. From "Redemptionis Sacramentum" #46

"The lay Christian faithful called to give assistance at liturgical celebrations should be well instructed and must be those whose Christian life, morals and fidelity to the Church’s Magisterium recommend them."

• Ina Acuna, the Young Adult representative on the Pastoral Council credits Mulcahey with inspiring the creation of MHR’s Young Adult Group (the same group that attended the San Francisco Transgender Cotillion in January 2007).

• In keeping with MHR's history of gay political activism, in 2004, Mulcahey served on the “Lesbian, Gay Bisexual, Transgender Advisory Committee” of the San Francisco City & County’s “Human Rights Commission.” Go here, here, here, and here. The items under discussion at these meetings are well worth reading.

• On October 23, 2007, Mr. Mulcahey was the moderator at the Society of Janus "Ask the Top (sexual dominant)" discussion in San Francisco:

"'Ask the Top', an evening of Q&A with a cross-selection of local personalities on the topping/ dominant/ mastery/ owner side of the SM Power continuum....

Moderator: Patrick Mulcahey is a writer and leatherman who's lived in San Francisco for 23 years and has been using rope and other appliances on consenting men even longer."

This is just one of a number of such events at which Mr. Mulcahey has participated, generally in a leadership role. Google "patrick mulcahey" + leather for other examples.

On October 18, 2008, Mr. Mulcahey publicly dissented from Archbishop George Niederauer's stand on Proposition 8 in the pages of the San Francisco Chronicle. He also donated $150 to the campaign opposing Proposition 8.

On December 2, 2008, Mr. Mulcahey joined Fr. Donal Godfrey, Executive Director of Campus Ministry at the (Jesuit) University of San Francisco at Books, Inc., located in San Francisco’s Castro District, in a discussion of Fr. Godfrey's book "Gays and Grays". The homosexualist publication, the Bay Area Reporter, (among others) published a blurb for the event:

“Executive director of University Ministry at the University of San Francisco, and author of Gays and Grays: The Story of the Gay Community at Most Holy Redeemer Catholic Church discusses his book and the gay-inclusive parish; writer Patrick Mulcahey joins the discussion."

On the very first page of "Gays and Grays" Fr. Godfrey writes:

"Three others gave special support. They are Patrick Mulcahey,... (other two names not germane). Patrick Mulcahey is a friend, three time Emmy-winning writer, and parishioner at Most Holy Redeemer."

• On March 27, 2010 Mr. Mulcahey was photographed attending the Defenders 16th Anniversary party, along with Most Holy Redeemer Litury Planner Mr. David Differding. The owner of the website that published the photos requests that viewers go to his disclaimer page before viewing photos on the site. Please do so here, then, to view one of the photos go here.

On September 3-6, 2010, the website on the "Master/slave Slave conference 2010" included Mr. Mulcahey as one of it's workshop presenters. His participation at the event is covered in full in the September 3, 2010 California Catholic Daily.

Back to Top