Friday, March 27, 2015


I understand a couple members of the current Archdiocesan Finance Council have ordered a PTR (preliminary title report) for the RMS property. You should have asked me. 

And let me know if you need anything else. The archbishop's travel plans, perhaps? 


As much as we want Rome to do something. WE DON'T WANT THEM TO TREAT US LIKE FOOLS the way Apuron has. 

Sadly, one of the great failings of the clericalism of our modern church is what appears to be the prioritizing of saving face over saving souls. 

Rome knows that the situation here is irreparable, but Apuron is a bishop, and for better or worse, that makes him a member of the "boy's club". 

So while they may talk tough to Apuron privately, they're not going to do anything publicly that would put one of their own in a bad light, even though Apuron has done that very well all by himself.

However, in Apuron's case, the stakes for the Roman power brokers are exponentially higher than with other bishop bad boys. 

That's because Apuron is the only bishop in the world who is a Kiko. And his being a Kiko, and his mess of an orange-sucking seminary, especially now with Clerical-Cunnilingus-Gate, has brought global attention to the sham that is the Redemptoris Mater Seminary, the Blessed Diego Institute, and the Neocatechumenal Way. 

However, as we have seen, Kiko has an enormous amount of power in Rome and he uses it. In fact, Kiko is using it now. And here's how.

First, understand that for Kiko, the Way is more important than any bishop. He'll throw Apuron under the bus when he's done with him, but for now he must use Apuron to save face, his own face (and his back side as well). 

Here's how it will happen.

First, Apuron will be ordered to make nice with his clergy. He may even be ordered to restore Fr. Paul and Msgr. James to their posts. 

This will happen soon because the news of our public meetings and mounting demonstrations have reached Rome. So they're going to throw us some bones. 

I believe such a move would be an insult. It's sort of a typical imperialist attitude of "let them eat cake", as if the people of Guam are some uneducated third-world backwater who will go to sleep once their bellies are satisfied. 

Second, they'll get the neos to back off their in-your-face proselytizing in the midst of our Masses. They'll go underground for a bit to "get the natives to back off". 

They know, or they've been told, that Guam is a forgiving culture and doesn't like confrontation, so they think these few bones will restore Apuron to some level of decency.

The idea is to prop up Apuron for five more years until - as all bishops are requested to do - offer his resignation. Or, if Apuron needs to be gotten rid of earlier, the "making nice" will make it easier for him to "retire" for reasons of health.

Third, the RMS property will probably be restored to the archdiocese. This is the really big bone that Rome thinks will mollify us. Kiko and Gennarini will be willing to give it back because keeping their power in Rome (and thus the world) is more important than controlling this little piece of real estate. 

Plus, it will be of no use to them if they can't get a neo-bishop after Apuron. They will keep trying of course. They have five years. It could even be David the VG or Adrian in spite of the fact that they are severely damaged goods. 

Kiko and his boys (and that includes some Kiko-bought cardinals and bishops in Rome) think that we backwater Guamanians will have forgotten all of the current trauma in five years after we have been given our priests and property back and they rehabilitate David and Adrian. 

Aside from the fact that their strategy may work, the really sad fact is that Rome can save itself centuries of problems by acting swiftly and publicly NOW and in Guam. A big public smack down of Kiko-ism-gone-wild along with its puppet bishop would send a clear message around the world that would save Rome years of trouble in the future. 

But that would mean that the Roman power brokers would actually care more about saving souls than saving face. 

However, and just in time, it appears Providence has handed us the precise weapon we need to fight back: Cunnilingus-Gate, and more specifically its cover-up. 

The Luis Camacho incident embodies and evidences absolutely everything we have been saying about RMS, the Neocatechumenal Way, and its Brother Tony action-puppet, and Cunnilingus-Gate is just the tip of the whole orchard of rotten juice-sucking fruit. 

This is why Apuron and Pius are desperately trying to make this go away. This is why they shipped Luis off to Uncle Tom's cabin in Saipan within hours of his arrest. This is why there is a sham canonical investigation with a bunch of neo-stooges. This is why Deacon Larry-Boy has to say one thing one day and a different thing the next. This is why they are hiding behind the AG. This is why they are not saying a word and cowering behind the walls of fortress San Ramon. 

They are counting on all this dying down in a few weeks just like the public uproar went away after a few token public attempts to defend Fr. Paul and Msgr. James. They've seen us roll up our tents and go home after we got no response from the hill. 

So now comes the test. Will you roll up your tents and go home once again? Will the Kiko-Gennarini-Pius-Apuron machine win? Or will the Catholics of Guam dig into the bloody resolve that kept the faith the last time an ugly enemy stomped ashore?

The WHOLE WORLD is watching, waiting, wondering....and hoping. 

Message to Rome: You fiddled while Agana burned. It's too late to make nice. 

St. Michael the Archangel....

P.S. Don't even try to figure out how I know this. You'd be wrong.

Here's the LINK to the doc on Cunnilingus-gate

Thursday, March 26, 2015



Well, looks like the media got to it before I did. Doesn't matter. Neither Larry, nor the Archbishop, nor David the VG, nor Adrian, nor anyone on the hill was ever going to tell us the truth. Stop the money folks. Just stop the money.

PNC: More Disturbing Details Alleged in Priest Sex Scandal

KUAM: Deacon concerned about archbishop's inaction


The following was left as a comment on the PDN online.

It's a bit sad to see members of the Neocatechumenal Way continually grasping to be validated by the public. Melvin Quinene gives another example of this self-absorbed exercise in yesterday's Pacific Daily News. 

However, sad as it is, it gives the rest of us an opportunity to publicly expose what is really going on. Here's a few points.

1. The pope's blessing of the members of the NCW is not unique. He blesses every group which comes to see him. And if they are a formally constituted group, as is the NCW, then he also reminds them of their mission and expresses his support. 

2. If there is some controversy with a group, as there was for years with the Legionnaires of Christ, the pope does not use a public audience to address it. In the case of the LOC, after years of very public support by St. John Paul II, Pope Benedict quietly deconstructed it, taking great care not to harm those who were innocently attached to it. 

Wednesday, March 25, 2015


The next CCOG Village Meeting will be Thursday, March 26, at the Mangilao Community Center. These meetings have been extremely helpful in getting the word out about what is going on in this diocese. Everything is thoroughly documented and the documents are made available at the meetings.

This week, all the documents have been compiled into a single file and will be made available for a reimbursement charge of $9.00 or you can download the entire file here at no charge.

See you tomorrow night.

UPDATE: Catholics plan prayer rally for 4:30 p.m. today

UPDATE: Catholics plan prayer rally for 4:30 p.m. today

A prayer rally is scheduled for 4:30 p.m. today in Hagatna, in an effort to heal a division within the local Catholic community, according to one of the organizers.
The gathering will be held on the front steps of the Dulce Nombre de Maria Cathedral-Basilica in Hagatna and everyone, including Archbishop Anthony Apuron and people from other faiths, are invited.
Lou Klitzkie, one of the organizers, said the rally is part of the lay Catholics' efforts to try to heal the division in the local Catholic community. Over the past several months, many of the island's Catholics have been divided by a line in which one side supports the Neocatechumenal Way movement and those who want to keep the old traditions of the local Catholic church.
Klitzkie said she hopes the prayer rally will get the attention of the Vatican to help heal the rift.
One of the more recent controversies in the local Catholic church involve the recent arrest of a young priest, Luis Camacho, who was accused of "custodial interference" over a 17-year-old girl. Camacho has resigned from being pastor of the Malesso and San Dionisio parishes.
Klitzkie said the prayer rally will not mention Camacho, but will offer prayers for the overall healing of the Catholic community on Guam.


I pity you Tim. You are a poor bitter man who only cares about his own power and influence and defending the little kingdom he has built on earth. So full of rancor and miserable. The sad thing is you probably won't win or achieve anything significant. I'd be shocked to see a Pope go against one of his own Archbishops when it comes to issues in that bishops own diocese.


No need to pity me at all, but thanks. You see I get a great energy from doing what is right. I saw two men horribly mistreated and I decided to stand up for them while people like you rejoiced at their being torn to pieces.

And my "little kingdom". LOL. I have absolutely ZERO to gain from any of this and everything to lose. But hey, if you don't stand for something you'll fall for anything. So I decided to stand while people like you wallow in your vomit behind your rocks.

And "win anything significant"? LOL. How sad. How about just doing something because it's the right thing to do without any thought of winning anything? But then you're a kiko, so I understand.

What the pope will do? More LOL. We've had good popes and bad popes. So what. I'm not waiting around for what the pope will do. Evil must be met where it's at. And it is right here in Agana.

As an aside. I still believe the Archbishop is simply mentally ill. Anyone who would turn their life over to Pius the Samnut has got to be sick. May God have mercy on both of them.



(But I repeat. This is not about Luis. I'ts not about Luis. It's not about Luis.)

Priest allegedly had sex

Deacon steps down from Concerned Catholics of Guam

Catholic church officials remain tight-lipped on Camacho arrest

Police find priest with teenage girl

Archbishop Deliberately Avoiding Priest Sex Scandal, Says Blogger,-says-blogger

Deacon: Priest had Sexual Contact with Student

Pastor Arrested for Taking Minor without Consent

Priest arrested after being found with teen

Posted: Mar 18, 2015 4:15 PMUpdated: Mar 18, 2015 4:17 PM

Canonical investigation launched into allegations against priest

Priest resigns from archdiocese following arrest

Posted: Mar 18, 2015 5:48 PMUpdated: Mar 18, 2015 6:09 PM

Priest allegedly had sexual contact with minor

Posted: Mar 23, 2015 7:44 PMUpdated: Mar 23, 2015 8:16 PM

Canonical investigation launched into allegations against priest

Posted: Mar 24, 2015 5:15 PMUpdated: Mar 24, 2015 5:35 PM


Dear Bishop Camacho:

We understand that you are the uncle of Fr. Luis Camacho. We also undertand that he is staying with you.



Many Catholics on Guam

P.S. Any reason why Rome has not appointed your successor yet? The office has been vacant for nearly five years.

P.P.S. Of course, if in fact you are harboring and/or hiding Fr. Luis, this will be made even more interesting given that in 2008 you were alleged to have gone after a priest of your diocese who was hiding from you.


For those who are wondering about Rome's apparent inaction, maybe this will help.

Judging and firing bishops and due process in the church

P.S. I'm neither a fan of NCR nor Reese, but the article is completely objective and factual.

Regardless of everything stated here. There is one thing we have control over: the money.

Life on the Rock - 2015.3. 20 - Tom Dunn & Mia Rohr


This is what people do when they are caught cornered in their lies:

){;- > The real Tim = 666

Tuesday, March 24, 2015


I have in my possession the far more damning follow up letter from Deacon Martinez to Archbishop Apuron which was cc'd to you. The Archbishop knows the truth of what really happened and what's more, so do you. In fact as a Deacon you were required yourself to do exactly as Deacon Martinez did. 

Out of respect for Fr. Luis and a hope that someone will tell us the truth on their own I have withheld the letter. But since you shipped him off to Saipan as soon as you could in order to hide him, he is not able to come forward even if he wanted to.

So let the Archbishop know that if he won't tell us the truth I will publish what almost everybody already knows, except as you know, this letter fingers the real evil, and it's not Fr. Luis.

I'll wait till Friday. 



From Teri Untalan:

The prayer rally scheduled for Wednesday, March 25 will proceed as scheduled. However, in respect for the family having a rosary for their deceased loved one at 5:30, we will begin promptly at 4:30 so as to be dispersed before 5:30. Please note for those planning to come from work. There will be other opportunities for gathering. Daily 3 o'clock rosaries will continue.


In today's PDN, Dianne Iglesias once again gives Catholics an opportunity to learn what their Church really teaches and not what people like Dianne Iglesias says it does.

For Catholic teaching on relics and sacramentals, see: Catechism of the Catholic Church beginning at paragraph 1667.

For Catholic teaching on graven images, see Catechism of the Catholic Church beginning at paragraph 2129.

Then teach your children and your grandchildren.


It hasn't escaped me that Deacon Claros' actual first name is "Rizal" and Fr. Luis was arrested in Agat at (wait for it) Rizal beach.

No further comment


The following was left as a comment on the KUAM website:
It's never too late to speak up about being sexually abused. Let's hope that anyone who may have knowledge or may have been harmed by Fr. Luis Camacho, will find the courage to come forward and contact law enforcement, no matter how long ago it happened. Silence only hurts, and by speaking up there is a chance for healing, exposing the truth, and therefore protecting others. Judy Jones, SNAP Midwest Associate Director, USA, 636-433-2511., SNAP (Survivors Network of those Abused by Priests)
My note: I will maintain that Fr. Luis was also harmed, harmed by a process that has only influence-buying numbers as its goal. Fr. Luis, you can repair your life. Archbishop Apuron will not tell us the truth, but you can. He will be gone in a few years one way or another. You have the rest of your life. You may or may not choose to remain in the priesthood. But either way, as Judy Jones says: "Silence only hurts, and by speaking up there is a chance for healing..." Please consider.

Monday, March 23, 2015


March 19: "Sexual Abuse Response Coordinator Deacon Larry Claros told Variety yesterday that he would not be involved in the incident."

March 20: "A statement has been made and the statement stands,” Claros said. 

March 23: "In response to the report, Archdiocese of Agana's Sexual Abuse Response Coordinator Deacon Larry Claros told KUAM that, 'a canonical investigation is underway and I have done my part as the SARC in coordinating the investigation. It now lies with the Attorney General's office.'"

Aside from the fact that Deacon Claros will not be involved and then he is involved,  it does NOT now "lie with the Attorney General's office."

It LIES with Archbishop Apuron.

This is really MAJOR SICK!


Deacon Larry Claros
Archdiocese of Agana
Sexual Abuse Response Coordinator

March 23, 2015


The Archdiocese of Agana Policy of Sexual Misconduct requires the Sexual Abuse Response Coordinator (you) "to coordinate the Archdiocese's response to allegations of sexual misconduct."

On March 18, pursuant to Section IV. A. 1. of that policy, Deacon Steve Martinez, filed a formal report of suspected sexual misconduct involving Fr. Luis Camacho. The report was filed with Archbishop Apuron and Child Protective Services (see below).

Pursuant to Section A. 2. b. of the same policy Archbishop Apuron was required to "promptly" notify you.

However, on the same day, and as reported in the Marianas Variety the next morning, you said that you "would not be involved in the incident" (i.e. the investigation of the incident).