Friday, November 17, 2017

APURON'S VICTIMS (SOME DID NOT SURVIVE)

Note: This post is future-dated in order to keep it at the top of the blog. For now that's the only way it can be done. 

This post will stay at the top of this blog until these men receive justice. (For Sonny, it will be posthumously). We also know the identity of the boy involved in the "threesome" with Fr. Antonio Cruz (deceased) and then-seminarian, Anthony S. Apuron as described by Mr. Ray DePlata (here, here, here, and here). The boy is dead.

Roy Quintanilla: Video - Statement - File
Walter Denton: Video - Statement - File
Doris Concepcion (Mother of Joseph Quinata): Video - Statement - File
John "Champ" Quinata (Brother of Joseph Quinata): Video - Statement
Roland Sondia: Video - Statement - File

SEE BELOW FOR NEW POSTS

Friday, March 24, 2017

A MESSAGE FROM LOU K. & SUNDAY'S WEEK 35 PICKET

posted by Jose M.

Sunday March 19, 2017 - Right before the rain.

From Lou Klitzkie:
Hafa adai, folks,
We have covered 3/4 of the year picketing........9 months straight!! Wow! This Sunday will be our 36 weeks. This exemplifies our commitment and dedication. We have accomplished two of our missions.....to return the Yona property to the control of the Archdiocese of Agaña and restore the two priests.....Fr. Paul Gofigan and Msgr. James Benavente. We are pushing towards the 3rd goal......to remove and defrock Apuron. We are almost there. Please show up at 9:00 a.m. in front of Cathedral Sunday, March 26, 2017. Keep the spirits up! See you then.
God bless us all,
Lou Klitzkie, LFM



Thursday, March 23, 2017

FORMER SANTA BARBARA STUDENT ALLEGES SEX ABUSE AGAINST FORMER PRIEST

Pacific Daily News: Former Santa Barbara student alleges priest sex abuse

Guam Daily Post: New lawsuit alleges abuse in Tumon parish

KUAM: 32nd person accuses clergy of sexual abuse

Pacific News Center: Another catholic school student accused defrocked priest of sexual abuse

UPDATE ON OUR PRAYER REQUEST

Posted by Tim

Dear Friends. A few days ago we requested prayers for a young girl who was suffering from "a severe bulimic disorder and depression. Yesterday. I received an update from her mother as follows. Please continue to keep her in your intentions.
Dear Tim...she is recovering very good, she eats and little by little is saving her life. She is extremely tiny, but much better than when she arrived there on emergency. Please, pray for her, she is a very nice person and anorexia is hell.

FUNDRAISER FOR CHERI WEGNER TODAY

Posted by Tim

Dear Friends, 

Cheri Wegner and her family are nearly legendary in their service to our community, both with their special musical gifts and their service and time in many special ways. Now Cheri and her family need our help. Please make time to drop by for Cheri's Medical Fundraiser at The Venue in Agana (at the corner of Rt 1 and Rt 8), 5:30pm to 9:00pm. 


To learn more about Cheri's medical challenge and to donate online, please visit this site at YouCaring.com

Wednesday, March 22, 2017

CRUX: Guam bishop aims to resolve ‘distress’ on Neocatechumenal Way


GUAM DAILY POST: Victim: Sex abuse was 'penance'


PACIFIC NEWS CENTER: Latest sex abuse lawsuit details abuse during retreat at Cocos Island

KUAM: 31st victim files against the Archdiocese; suing for $5 million

PACIFIC DAILY NEWS: Man says former priest abused him in 1986, called it penance

TROUBLE, TROUBLE, EVERYWHERE

Posted by Chuck White




Don't think that the Neocatechumenal Way only causes trouble in Guam! No...

Tuesday, March 21, 2017

THE ONLY QUESTION THAT MATTERS

Posted by Tim

Don't get caught in The Diana spin. The only question that matters is:

Why is it, that after nearly ten years since the NCW leadership was instructed to conform its communion rite to that which was required by the liturgical books, is the NCW still ignoring the instruction?

The Instruction was issued on December 1, 2005 by the Congregation for Divine Worship and the Sacrament, the highest authority in the Church on the Liturgy, which issued the Instruction beginning with the words: "I am to inform you of the Holy Father’s decisions."

Among other things the Instruction required the NCW:
On the manner of receiving Holy Communion, a period of transition (not exceeding two years) is granted to the Neocatechumenal Way to pass from the widespread manner of receiving Holy Communion in its communities (seated, with a cloth-covered table placed at the center of the church instead of the dedicated altar in the sanctuary) to the normal way in which the entire Church receives Holy Communion. This means that the Neocatechumenal Way must begin to adopt the manner of distributing the Body and Blood of Christ that is provided in the liturgical books. 
A period of two years was granted to make the change. That means that as of December 1, 2007, the NCW was to "adopt the manner of distributing the Body and Blood of Christ that is provided in the liturgical books." 

We also note in this instruction that the NCW was required to change from "a cloth-covered table placed at the center of the church instead of the dedicated altar in the sanctuary." (Of course the Kiko's don't even use a church or any consecrated space if they can help it.) 

Archbishop Byrnes' own Instruction was issued on March 15, 2017. That means that, at least in our diocese (though it is true throughout the NCW world), the Neocats have blatantly ignored "the Holy Father's decisions" regarding the very center of the Holy Eucharist, the Sacrament of Unity. 

We must also note that in speaking through the Congregation for Divine Worship and the Sacraments, the Holy Father is not speaking personally, but Magisterially

This is important to note because the Kiko's like to quote this or that bishop or cardinal or even the pope and bend those words to their own use. However, words spoken personally, even if by the pope, carry NO magisterial weight. This is why when absolute governance is required, the governance is carried henceforth through the appropriate channels of the Magisterium, and this is what Pope Benedict did on December 1, 2005. 

Thus, this is the question for THE DIANA: 

Why, TEN YEARS later, are you still persisting in your disobedience to the legitimate authority of the Magisterium of the Holy Catholic Church?

If there ever was evidence that the NCW does NOT respect the Magisterium of the Holy Catholic Church, and thus places itself outside the this same Holy Catholic Church, ten years of blatant disobedience in this regard IS THAT evidence. 


Monday, March 20, 2017

THE STINKING MONK


GENNARINI TELLS THE KIKOBOTS: PERSECUTION IN GUAM

Harold and Waldo take a bow:


Giuseppe Gennarini: "Persecution" on Guam is a grace. from Undercover Neo on Vimeo.

THE WALDO INSTRUCTS KIKO ON HOW TO SUCK THE JUICE OUT OF ORANGES


ADRIAN USING OUR MONEY FOR HIS TUITION




KIKO ARGUELLO WAS IN DENVER ON MARCH 11. GUESS WHO ELSE WAS THERE?

Posted by Tim

The STINKING MONK and Company.


YOU CAN GET BITTER OR YOU CAN GET BETTER. YOU CHOOSE!

Posted by Tim

After posting the news link about Archbishop Byrnes' letter regarding the NCW to my Facebook Timeline, I received a few comments asking "what does this mean?"

Here is my reply:

At the root of many of the problems in the Archdiocese of Agana is the sinister insinuation of the beliefs and practices of a man named Kiko Arguello who founded the Neocatechumenal Way. 

Kiko's teaching are at odds with true Catholic teaching, specifically as regards the Eucharist. He does not believe or teach that the Eucharist, the consecrated bread and wine, actually are the Real Body and Blood of Jesus Christ, but that Christ is simply present amongst the community during their "eucharist."  

DAILY POST: 135M IN CLAIMS EXCEED CHURCH ASSETS

PDF copy here. Online version here

DAILY POST: CHURCH PROTESTERS REACT TO $30K IN 'HUSH MONEY'

Sunday, March 19, 2017

CHURCH PARALYZES NCW'S RECRUITMENT IN GUAM

Posted by LaPaz, Jungle Watch Correspondant from Spain. 

Congratulations!



Translation from ORIGINAL in Spanish, "La Iglesia paraliza el reclutamiento de 'Kikos' en Guam durante un año", Religión Digital, March 17, 2017.

Due to the "anguish" caused by the Neocatechumenal Way in the diocese
The Church paralyzes the recruitment of 'Kikos' in Guam for one year
The archbishop will appoint an episcopal delegate to review the Catechetical Directory of the movement
Cameron Doody, March 17, 2017 at 7:37 PM

(Cameron Doody) .- A hard blow to the Kikos of Guam. Archbishop of Agana, Michael J. Byrnes, has announced a "pause" for the recruitment of new members of the Neocatechumenal Way on the island for a year, along with the appointment of an Episcopal delegate to review his Catechetical Directory, The "anguish" felt in the local Church by some of the movement's distinctive practices.

Since being appointed to Guam last October, Byrnes has worked to dismantle the influence of the Camino on the island, which had reached exaggerated proportions thanks to the patronage of Archbishop Anthony Apuron, the former leader of the Guamian Church currently suspended between Accusations that he sexually abused altar boys in the 1970s. Such work has, for example, taken control of one of the seminars in the United States, property with a multi-million dollar value that Apuron would have transferred to Camino leaders based in the state of New Jersey.

GUAM'S HORROR MAKES NEWS IN "THE ECONOMIST"

THE Pacific island of Guam is more than 12,000km from Vatican City. Yet it was in this far-flung American territory that last month the two most contentious issues facing Pope Francis—the scandal of clerical sex abuse and a rebellion by traditionalists—intertwined. Cardinal Raymond Burke spent two days on Guam presiding at the church trial of Archbishop Anthony Apuron, who is accused of molesting altar boys. The archbishop is the highest-ranking Catholic cleric to be tried on sex-abuse charges. The proceedings could last years. Cardinal Burke, an arch-conservative, is the pope’s most outspoken critic. CONTINUED

CNA/EWTN: GUAM BISHOP AIMS TO RESOLVE 'DISTRESS' REGARDING NEOCATECHUMENAL WAY

SEX ABUSE VICTIM: APURON PAID HUSH MONEY

Victim: Apuron paid $30K ‘hush money’
A former altar boy, who alleges he was repeatedly sexually abused, told The Guam Daily Post recently that Archbishop Anthony Apuron paid "hush money" in 2002 when he confronted the Catholic Church leader about the years of abuse he and other altar boys endured. CONTINUED

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