Tuesday, February 4, 2014


...wait till you hear what happened the following day. (See previous post.)

However, we're going to save that one until we get another provocation from a "Ben" or a "Zoltan". Meanwhile, because of provocations and accusations from people like "Ben" and "Zoltan", we've added the link to the audio on the post below so you can hear for yourself. 

Some are asking why we are holding back and only releasing the information slowly. Answer: Because we are hoping Rome will intervene and save this church on Guam from the massive damage it would sustain if we exposed everything at once, but a massive damage that is already happening and will continue to happen whether we post about it or not. So no matter which side you're on. If you have friends in Rome, call them, and let's put a stop to this. Here's a partial list:
  1. The continued illicit distribution of Holy Communion in the NCW's celebration of the Eucharist, condoned, and even championed by Archbishop Apuron. (Sincere members of the NCW should demand that their priests and catechists conform to Rome's directives for the sheer sake of the credibility of what they have given their lives to.)
  2. The irregular and illicit settings of the NCW liturgies both in their continued celebration outside a consecrated space and in the manner of placing and dressing the altar, again, both condoned and championed by Archbishop Apuron.
  3. The threatening of non-incardinated priests with expulsion from the diocese if they do not comply with the Archbishop's demand that they celebrate the Eucharist for the NCW communities, even though certain aspects of this Eucharist are illicit and would have forced these priests to engage in those illicit aspects.
  4. The illegal and abusive removal of Fr. Paul Gofigan
  5. The public insinuation of a homosexual affair between Fr. Paul Gofigan and a married layman.
  6. The public accusation that Fr. Paul Gofigan modified his parish rectory with parish funds to receive illicit visitations and insinuating that those visitations were sexual rendezvous'. 
  7. The attempt to sign over the patrimony of the Archdiocese, a property valued at $75 million dollars, to an entity under foreign control, and contrary to the advice of the archdiocesan legal counsel and in opposition to the binding decision of the Archdiocesan Finance Council.
  8. The illegal firing en masse of the majority of the Archdiocesan Finance Council for opposing the Archbishop's wish to alienate this property and assign the Title to a foreign controlled entity.
  9. The deception perpetrated on the people of Guam that Redemptoris Mater Seminary was a seminary for the Archdiocese of Agana when in fact it isn't, after taking the money of the people of Guam for more than a decade for the support of this seminary.
  10. The assessment, under the guise of the Archdiocesan Annual Appeal, demanding grossly large amounts of money from most parishes to support the NCW seminary.
  11. The denial of sponsorship to a seminary not associated with the NCW to young men who wish to serve this archdiocese as priests.
  12. The payment by the people of the archdiocese for the utilities at the Archbishop's private residence (where he houses NCW guests and "missionaries").
  13. The public discrediting of Pope Benedict and his messenger, the Cardinal Prefect for the Congregation of Divine Worship and the Sacraments
  14. And ultimately the radical and spite-filled division created by Archbishop Apuron's publicly taking sides with the NCW and against the majority of the Catholics in the Archdiocese of Agana. 
  15. There's more but we'll wait for Ben or Zoltan to give us a reason.

Understand that long before JungleWatch, which as of July 21, 2013 only had 300 pageviews, most of these matters had already been brought before Archbishop Apuron by others. His response has been to ignore and to pile on. JungleWatch has only recorded and published what was already known.

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