Monday, February 8, 2016


The Laity Forward Movement continues to grow in size and commitment. More than 20 people showed up to the Asan Parish this weekend to pass out hand bills with information about what is happening to our diocese. 

Tomorrow, Tuesday, the LFM will be hosting a "Fat Tuesday" fundraiser at the Icon Club Tumon, across from Daichi Hotel, Fiesta restaurant, 5-10 p.m . Get tickets from Priscilla at 969-7842, Lou Klitzkie  653-6605, Mae Ada at 734-7777 and Teri Untalan at 727-3577.

Sunday, February 7, 2016


Posted by Chuck White

Kiko Arguello is the master of the half-truth, and with few exceptions, he is very careful to avoid appearing to publicly contradict orthodox Catholic teaching. Here begins a series of posts on an egregious example of one such half-truth: the Neocatechumenal teaching, “Do not resist evil.”  Read more...


ESince most people engage in only one real property transaction in their whole life (buying a house), it is understandable that most would also not understand the intricate details of real property laws and all the possible details impacting title to real property. 

For most, having a government issued piece of paper saying you own something should mean that you own the thing noted on the paper. This is not true. And Apuron et. al. took advantage of this lack of knowledge in attempting to further their cover up of what they actually did with the Yona property. 

Perhaps this little illustration will help to illustrate why a government issued piece of paper saying you own a thing doesn't always mean you own the thing: 
  • Let's say you sell your old car to a guy named Bob.
  • If you've ever sold a used car you know that you are required to sign your name on the back of the certificate of title where it says "Seller" or "Owner." 
  • You also are required to produce a bill of sale.
  • You produce the bill of sale.
  • You sign the back of the title.
  • Bob gives you the money.
  • Bob drives off in your old car. 
  • But is it his car?
  • Yes and no. 
  • As far as you and Bob are concerned, yes.
  • As far as the government is concerned, no.
  • Until Bob goes to the DMV and requests the transfer of ownership and a new copy of the certificate of title with his name on it, the title Bob has still has your name on it, and as far as the government is concerned, it is YOUR car. 
  • Bob gets in an accident.
  • The police see he is driving your car.
  • The police come to see you.
  • You produce the bill of sale - proof that you sold the car.
  • Phew! You're off the hook. 
  • It's not your fault that Bob never went to DMV to change the title. 
Thus, perhaps you can see now why a certificate of title means nothing. What matters is the other documents which impact the certificate of title. 

In the matter of ownership of a pre-owned car, this would include the seller's signature on the back of the title and the bill of sale. In the matter of ownership of a property, this would include any and all documents impacting the ownership, control, or use of the property.

And Guam law requires that the existence of these documents and their effect, be recorded in the memorials section of the certificate title.

Let's look at the certificate of title as published in the U Matuna on November 29, 2015, again:

As you can see, there are two memorials already recorded: 1) Notice of Non-Responsibility, and 2) Declaration of Easement. Neither of these changed the ownership of the property and the ownership remained Tomen Development, Inc. However, both impacted the use of the property so they had to be recorded in the memorials section of the certificate, and so they were. 

The Declaration of Deed Restriction, recorded by Apuron on November 22, 2011, also impacted the use of the property and was required to be recorded. It says:

As you can see by the language of the Declaration, there is NO QUESTION that the property "shall be dedicated to, and for the use of" RMS. 

Now, let's say I'm a cash buyer and I am interested in buying the property. All I know from the certificate of title as published in the U Matuna is that Archbishop Apuron is the owner and that there is an easement on the property. 

No problem. I go to the Archbishop and say "Archie, here's 40 Mil. I want to buy your hotel." Apuron, being hard up for cash, says "Deal!" We go to one of his neo-attorneys and "she" types up a Warranty Deed which we have signed, notarized, and recorded, and the property is mine, right?

Right. It IS mine.

But then I go to open up my pachinko parlor and this Pius guy shows up and says, "Hey, you can't do that." I say "Why not?" He says, "Because I have the piece of paper right here that says this property can never be used by anybody but the RMS, Inc."

I look at the paper and...WTH!

He's right. I may be the new owner but I can't do anything with the property except host a fake school run by a foul-smelling cleric. 

Of course I'd sue Archie for fraud, but maybe by that time he'd be long gone. Now what?

Do you see?

If all we had to go on was the certificate of title published on the front page of what is supposed to be a "Catholic" newspaper, then a completely fraudulent transaction could follow simply because the document upon which the transaction was based was fraudulent to begin with. 

Of course, most buyers aren't stupid enough to purchase a property without doing a preliminary title report - which would have uncovered the Declaration of Deed Restriction NOT recorded on the certificate of title. However, in an all cash transaction, it is possible to fraudulently transact the sale of a property or even the wrong property. 

As a real estate agent, I once saw this happen. The seller actually sold the buyer the neighbor's lot, not his. It wasn't discovered until the owner of the lot the buyer had though he bought began building a house on the lot the buyer thought was his. Talk about complicated...and EXPENSIVE!

There is also one more thing. And it is NOT a small thing. 

Apuron has spent the better part of two years and tons of money trying to prove that the property still belongs to the Archdiocese of Agana. However, he forgot that on November 16, 2011, two weeks before he actually conveyed title to RMS via the Declaration of Deed Restriction, Apuron, after berating Richard Untalan for being too stupid to know what he was doing (LOL), clearly stated that he knew that he (Apuron) was assigning, transferring, and renaming the title to "another public juridic person" (the Church's way of saying "corporation"). 

Read the full letter here and then focus in on this paragraph:
The matter is clearly not “alienation,” but simply an assigning of the title of a property that is transferred and renamed from one public juridic person subject to the Ordinary to another public juridic person subject to the same Ordinary. 
Apuron sinks himself by trying too hard. In trying to prove that he is not alienating the property, he openly admits that RMS is "another public juridic person." In other words, RMS is a public corporation SEPARATE from the Archdiocese of Agana - the very thing they have been saying is NOT the case for more than two years. 

Apuron's only argument to Untalan is NOT that RMS is still part of the Archdiocese of Agana, but that he is still in control of it: "subject to the same Ordinary."

This is why The Diana has never been able to produce a document showing that RMS is part of the Corporation Sole that is the Archdiocese of Agana. BECAUSE IT ISN'T. It is - as Apuron clearly states - "another public juridic person." 

On top of that, Apuron already knew that RMS was not "subject to the same Ordinary" because the notes from the agenda from the finance council meeting of September 7, 2011 clearly show that Apuron was warned by his legal counsel, Ed Terlaje, that he would relinquish control of the property if he went forward with the assignment:

Apuron went forward with the assignment and has been lying about it ever since. The publication of the false certificate of title in the U Matuna is just the latest installment.

More to come. MUCH MORE!

Thank you for your contributions to keep documentation and stories like this coming. 

Saturday, February 6, 2016


Join them. Contacts are: Priscilla at 969-7842, Lou Klitzkie at 653-6605, Mae Ada at 734-7777 and Teri Untalan at 727-3577.

In case you missed it, here is a segment of Patti Arroyo's show talking about the protest last Sunday. She points out that it is the Man’amko who is standing up.


Here is a copy of a letter from the Congregation for the Evangelization of People's to Pope John Paul II regarding Archbishop Apuron's request to proceed with the renovation of the Agana Cathedral. 

The letter is dated August 9, 1996. 

Why is Archbishop Apuron requesting permission (through the Congregation) from the Pope to proceed with the renovation of the cathedral?

Because Church law required him to do so. 

Canon 1295 requires observance of Canons 1291-1294 "not only in alienation but also in any transaction which can worsen the patrimonial condition of a juridic person."
Can. 1295 The requirements of ⇒ cann. 1291-1294, to which the statutes of juridic persons must also conform, must be observed not only in alienation but also in any transaction which can worsen the patrimonial condition of a juridic person.
The cost of renovating the Cathedral was estimated to be in excess of $6.8 Million. Because the money would have to be borrowed, the Archdiocese would be on the hook for $6.8 Million, which, until it was paid back, would "worsen the patrimonial condition" of the Archdiocese (a juridic person.)

This fact necessitated that Archbishop Apuron follow the canonical prescripts of cann. 1291-1294, and - as this letter to Pope John Paul II demonstrates - particularly can. 1292 which required the consent of both the finance council and the college of consultors and the "permission of the Holy See" (the pope.)

Because Archbishop Apuron was then still listening and taking counsel from good people who had the best interest of the Archdiocese of Agana at heart (the former finance council), he proceeded according to the prescripts of Church law.

However, a decade later, Apuron was listening to other voices, the voices of the Kiko-sewer rats, Gennarini and Pius. And not receiving the canonically required consent of the morally-conscious members of the finance council, Apuron simply got rid of them.

Upon his being terminated, former finance council president Richard Untalan, on behalf of the other terminated members of the same council, wrote to Apuron on 01/16/12:

There is ZERO doubt that Apuron acted exactly as Untalan suspected: they were fired for their decision to oppose an act which seriously "worsened the patrimonial condition" of the Archdiocese of Agana. 

Untalan and the others would not learn that Apuron had already "permanently restricted...the use of said property" two weeks before he fired them until the Declaration doing so was discovered at the Department of Land Management three years later.

Two years after receiving permission from the Holy See to proceed with the renovations, a project entirely overseen by then-Rector, and only recently ordained, Fr. James Benavente, Apuron would issue a decree heralding all the work Fr. James accomplished (though he doesn't mention Fr. James - now Msgr. James).

Sadly, 16 years later, Apuron would cast Msgr. James out of the Cathedral like a sack of trash and publicly condemn him for the $7 Million debt that Apuron himself had sought the Holy Father's permission to incur, even though Msgr. James had, by June 30, 2014, reduced that $7 Million debt to just $1.73 Million.

The numbers do not lie. Msgr. James worked miracles. And the more miracles he worked, the more Apuron and his evil stepchildren, Adrian and David, hated him. Sort of a church version of the Cinderella story.

Note to Congregation for the Evangelization of Peoples: This is one for your files.

Thank you for your contributions to keep documentation and stories like this coming. 

Friday, February 5, 2016


New information just came in and I have decided to rewrite the latest installment of the "Now You See It Now You Don't Series" that was posted earlier.

It's getting better!

Thursday, February 4, 2016


Here's another angle to consider that I'll flesh out later.

If the Certificate of Title was all that was needed to prove that ARCHBISHOP OF AGANA, A CORPORATION SOLE, ANTHONY SABLAN APURON OFM CAP. D.D. INCUMBENT was still the "owner," of the former Accion Hotel property, then what was the purpose of hiring that big time Denver law firm last year and doing all that hoop-dee-doo in the U Matuna?

A copy of a Certificate of Title from Land Management costs $15.00. The legal opinion of a major U.S. law firm? Tens of thousands of dollars. 

The truth is that the Denver opinion did not do what Apuron, David, and The Adrian said it did, which is why a copy of it was never made publicly available. 

Having failed to fool us with that fake opinion, they obtained a false copy of the Certificate of Title and published it in the U Matuna, and tried to fool us again. 

It is up to you, people of Guam, whether or not you want to remain the fools they are playing you for. Join the Laity Forward Movement for their Fat Tuesday Fundraiser (see info top right), and join them this Sunday to handbill another parish. (Call to find out more - see contact info in Fundraiser note.) 

David, are you paying attention? I'll be back. LOL

Here is Part 1, Part 2, and Part 3 of this investigative story. 


Wednesday, February 3, 2016


Note: There is much in the Catholic press about Italy's recent Family Day. It is being touted as real evidence of opposition to Italy's same-sex marriage legislation. But while the organizers are touting it as "non-religious," the organizer is a major neo-cat and very close to Kiko, who used the previous Family Day (in June) to (wait for it....) promote the Neocatechumenal Way as the only salvation for society. But it backfired. And this year Rome told him to shut up and sit down. You need to know the truth before you get too excited about this event. Here it is.


I normally agree with "The Remnant," a Catholic news organ which is often highly critical of the the current state of confusion and corruption in the Vatican, especially when that confusion can be traced to the current pope.


Before we move on to the more egregious and despicable elements of this story (tampering with a public record is illegal), let us examine even more evidence that the issuance of the certificate of title without the memorial showing the Declaration of Deed Restriction and its subsequent publication in the U Matuna could NOT possibly have been an oversight. 

Tuesday, February 2, 2016


Catholic group continues to call for archbishop's resignation
Posted: Feb 01, 2016 3:14 PMUpdated: Feb 01, 2016 3:14 PMBy Ken Quintanilla
The Laity Forward Movement lined the street in front of the Hagatna Cathedral, continuing their call for change within the local Catholic church.
Teri Untalan told KUAM News, "We are continuing our vigil to ask for the archbishop to return the property that he took away from the Archdiocese, now known as the Redemptoris Mater Seminary. We would like for him to restore the two priests that he removed from their parishes. We e would like him to remove all presbyters that are now in place in the parishes and replace them with diocesan priests.
"And lastly, we would like to have our archbishop resign. He has lost our confidence and we feel that we need some leadership that truly embraces all of the Catholics on Guam."
The group has been holding demonstrations since last year.


Tim Rohr with Patti Arroyo

Tuesday, 02 February 2016 Written by 
The latest protest calling for the resignation of Archbishop Anthony Apuron. Listen to Patti Arroyo, mid-days 10 am to 1 pm, on Newstalk K-57.


Apuron has often said that he is not forcing the Neocatechumenal Way on anybody (despite his threats to priests to serve the Way or get out). He doesn't have to force. He only has to follow Kiko's playbook.

It's masterful really. Like Khrushchev's "We will bury you...without firing a shot," Kiko Arguello has fashioned a plan to infiltrate the Church and do the same: "bury us...without a shot." And it is happening all so quietly right under your noses, doing it the same way the communists have been doing it for 50 years. 

While our concerns are diverted by the outrages of the seminary swindle, the injustices towards Fr. Paul and Msgr. James, and the strange neo practices, the kikos are quietly infiltrating the educational and formational channels of the Catholic Church: the CCD programs, the Catholic schools, the Confirmation classes, RCIA, marriage preparation, etc. 


Silent Protest at the Agana Cathedral Basilica, January 31, 2016 from Undercover Neo on Vimeo.


The Forward Laity Movement held their first prayer protest of the year.
Guam - The first Catholic prayer protest of the year was held yesterday and again, the message is clear, the Laity Forward Movement wants the Archbishop out.

Sunday, January 31, 2016


Now, we are not going to make a criminal charge on this blog against David the VG, we will let others take care of that. 

But let's have some fun. Let's say you are David's defense attorney. (Good luck!) And your defense is that the false certificate slipped into the U Matuna without your client's knowledge. 

Well given the many reports of David's neo-stunted judgment and long documentable history of not knowing the first thing about what he's doing as a Vicar General, you might be able to credibly argue ignorance. But it would not stand for long.

First there is the matter that the certificate of title was issued on October 30, 2015 and subsequently published in the U Matuna on November 29, 2015. That's a whole month!

If by the extremely rare chance the Registrar of Titles really did make a mistake and overlooked the deed, David the VG and his little neo-attorney friend, not to mention the supposedly other (hopefully) still sentient people at the chancery and the staff of the U Matuna, had to have seen that the memorial of the deed, the much contested deed, the very center of the year long controversy, and the very center piece of the accompanying news story, was MISSING!


Sunday, January 31st, at 10:00 a.m. in front of Cathedral Basilica .

Saturday, January 30, 2016


On Sunday, November 29, 2015, the First Sunday of Advent, Msgr. David C. Quitugua published a false public document in the archdiocesan newspaper, the U Matuna.

The publication of the false document is only the latest chapter in a years-long effort to hide a mega-million dollar swindle from the Catholic faithful of the Archdiocese of Agana, the general public, and even the Vatican.

Thursday, January 28, 2016


Given what we are about to expose, it is important, especially for newcomers, and more especially for Vatican readers, to recount the absolutely despicable behavior of Msgr. David the VG in December of 2011. 


As we have oft-noted, the liturgical aberrations of the Neocatechumenal Way did not just suddenly appear. Decades of disobedience and self-authorized liturgical improvisations made it easy for Arguello to sneak his heresies into the Catholic Church via the already much-abused Mass.

Tuesday, January 26, 2016


Did you know that doctoring a public record is a crime?


Anonymous has left a new comment on your post "NOT INVITED. NOT WANTED.": 

I happened to attend the Governor's Funeral on January 12th in Saipan. it was a very uncomfortable mass. I can't speak to whether the Archbishop was invited to preside or not, but the mass was spoken in Chamorro. Granted, I myself speak Chamorro and was able to participate in the mass, but I was very aware that maybe half of the Cathedral did not speak Chamorro. We had a sizeable contingent of military and political dignitaries (from several Pacific island nations), and I can only imagine the difficulty of trying to show respect by participating in the Governor's funeral when you can't follow along during mass. Apuron sped through his parts of the mass so fast I actually thought for a moment that he WASN'T speaking Chamorro. All in all - the memorial mass for a great stateman and leader of the CNMI was dampered by the Archbishop's presence. Simple as that.