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THERE has been support for a well-known Catholic priest after it emerged he had posted pictures of himself on a gay dating website.
Fr Rory Coyle, who is also a member of Armagh GAA's management committee, has been absent from clerical duties since March when he asked for some time off to reflect on his future.
The priest also published a message in the Armagh parish bulletin at the end of March confirming he was on extended leave and asking to be kept in parishioners' prayers.
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Fr Coyle failed to mention he was a member of the clergy, alternatively describing himself as a lecturer.
A spokesman for the Archdiocese of Armagh said: "Early in March, Fr Rory Coyle asked Archbishop Eamon Martin for time off to obtain personal and spiritual support.