Tuesday, January 14, 2014

DEAR POPE FRANCIS:

This was left as a comment by Anonymous but deserves to be a post:

The priests in the Archdiocese of Agana are under duress. The core aspects of preaching about injustices have been muffled by the Archbishop,  Msgr. David C. Quitigua (vicar general), and Fr. Adrian Cristobal (chancellor).  Because all three are beside themselves, not knowing what to do or how to deal with issues before them, and based on historical facts, they are more prone to making rash and ill-guided decisions.  Because they are desperate, they are likely to make decisions that hurt people in an attempt to survive.  To those monitoring from Rome, come to Guam and you'll be surprise how many clergy and lay faithful will come forward to meet with you.  The Archdiocese is no longer under the control the Archbishop.  The Archdiocese is in peril. The Archdiocese needs the intervention of Rome, and it is needed immediately. 

2 comments:

  1. If letter was truly sent, it would probably be intercepted. I am assuming that there is a chain of command also in Rome.

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  2. This was not a letter sent to Pope Francis. It was a comment left on the blog which I posted under the title DEAR POPE FRANCIS. We know Rome, or at least the Apostolic Nuncio is keeping keeping an eye on this blog BECAUSE it is not rumor-based, but evidenced based and thoroughly documented.

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