Wednesday, February 26, 2014

ONE OF THE SADDEST THINGS

One of the saddest things is the "glee" some take in the fact that Rome has not acted. It is sick, actually, this thinking that "getting away with it" is in fact exoneration. 


After I posted a detailed list of documented Neo and archdiocesan transgressions, one person responded "And yet we continue", as if the very fact of continuing was validation.

I responded: "And so did Luther."

No wonder it is said "the floor of hell is paved with the skulls of bishops." 

But for the record, we are not waiting for Rome, for the Nuncio, or even for the law suits which are now moving forward. That is not our cause. 

Our cause is to expose the facts, and to continue to expose them. That is why we have put the "Please obey - I will not obey" exchange between Pope Benedict and Kiko at the top of this blog. 

Therein lies the central issue, going all the way back to the very first clash between good and evil. 

Choose your sides. We have.

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11 comments:

  1. The sad reality is the Catholic faithful on Guam are suffering oppression from their very own bishop. It is tragic when someone in such authority thinks they are "above the law", and because of their membership in an "elite" group, think they are without sin and that they are guaranteed heaven. The bishop should follow the example of Pope Francis - lead by example, and by this, I mean, set a GOOD example. Be fair to your people. Be humble. Know your flock. Know your priests. Give men the option and the opportunity to discern their calling to the priesthood in a seminary of their choice. Don't force people to become something they don't want to be. Don't condemn because people don't respond to your "invitation to joy and happiness". God has called you to lead your people, and sadly, you are being led - in the wrong direction. Things are so corrupt because the leadership is corrupt.Too many things have blinded this bishop, and yet, the people of Guam still continue to hope and pray that somehow, God opens his eyes and he becomes enlightened. No one wants to listen to him because, regrettably, he doesn't practice what he preaches. Walk with the Lord Archbishop - stop walking with Kiko. You're right Tim..it is about good and evil.

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  2. There is a meeting again today at the Chancery for the Appeal. Worried for my parish.

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    1. Yes, there is! Probably gonna get the third degree. I am sure there will be other agendas that will be discussed.

      Wonder if they will be on gag order again?

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  3. If and until we learned something I guess I will just play the theme song and sing-along

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  4. What is being appealed?

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    1. Your tuition at the seminary!

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    2. The "appeal" is an appeal for money from the parishes to support the seminary. They want us to give more. But no money for non-Neo seminarians.

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    3. It just dawned on me that this AAA assessment is going to put the Parishes in the Poor House. The Archbishop would rather make the lives of the seminarians a bit more comfy than it is now. They live in a home with a spectacular view, probably have classes via the internet, tuition paid, etc.

      Wondering if my parish priest would like to earn money for the parish and do yard work for me.

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  5. http://www.psychologue-clinicien.com/anglais/chemin.htm

    Very interesting reading!

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    1. Title for this link is:
      The path neocatechumenal fills it the ten criterias of the parliamentary commission who define a dangerous sect?

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  6. Another must read:
    THE WEB OF SPIDER

    SPELL IN PSYCHOLOGICAL the Neocatechumenal Way



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