Tuesday, February 11, 2014

THE POPE SENT ME HERE

Herein is perhaps the best example of how the neocatechumenal missionaries see the people of Guam.

and why we resist....


Excuse me, but I have a Green Card and may live here the same as you. The Pope sent me here. It is the call of God through the Pope we sacrifice so much to join you to the New Evangelization what the Church ask for all of us. You like the child who cry so hard before immuniztion shots to protect you from the evils of the secular world which will make you sicken and die. There are so many Neocatechumenal Way Presbyters in Rome. The Pope is the Bishop of Rome! You will not win this confrontation on the blogspot of Mr. Rohr. The true Spirit is much stronger. Look at the Fruits! Look at the Fruits. Don't be blind, but see. Yes, the island is beautiful. I respect your home. Open your harden heart.

Let's see now, Anonymous Neo Missionary "respects our home", but:
  • says we cry like children before an immunization;
  • says we need said immunization (the NCW) to protect us from the evils of the secular world that will make us "sicken and die";
  • says that by questioning the NCW we are opposing "so many Neocatechumenal Way Presbyters in Rome" and even the Pope himself;
  • says we will not win this confrontation with the NCW because the "true Spirit is much stronger" (meaning we follow a false one);
  • says we are blind;
  • say we have hardened heart.
But Anonymous Neo Missionary respects us. Okay.

13 comments:

  1. The fruits! The fruits! A trip to Israel with Pius and later, to Rome again!

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    1. What a bonus! Must be nice to be in the inner circle! It's amazing that some of us get to the top without any help, but though the merits of our hard work. It just goes to show that he would go to the end of the earth no matter what the cost is to get a title..

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  2. With all the Neos going forth for the mission, I wonder if they could start closer to home like the Micronesia islands. The Mormons and JW are gaining many followers there.

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  3. The Catholics on Guam would rather that you respect us and our desire to remain in the Catholic Way founded by Jesus, and not simply respect our island and then disrespect our desire to practice the authentic Catholic Faith led by our Pope in Rome. We follow the Magisterium of the Catholic Church not Kiko, thank you.

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  4. It's too bad that at the neo-sending off, the neos on Guam were not all sent off, all together!

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  5. All those who followed the script of archbishop Apuron received expensive gifts, the best of assignments, and lots of money, years to be away from Guam to study, and then made monsignors and chancellors. But at the end of the day was it all worth it. Are they really happy with life. Can the chancellor rest at night knowing what he has done. May be they can, and it's why they continue. But is it possible our chancellor may just swing the other way. Who knows, I know some do. The chancellor will swing when he sees what's happening.

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  6. Kiko's concept of "natural religiosity" that must be replaced or eliminated rather than perfected gives rise to a disturbing separation of the baptized faithful. They are the Israelites, and we are the Canaanites and Philistines. They must be careful not to be polluted by us, so they worship apart from us. They do not allow our children to go on pilgrimage together. If possible, they marry and date within their own group. Their sacraments of initiation are separate from us. In Kiko's mind, natural religiosity has infiltrated Christianity, and it must not be allowed to pollute the elect.

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    1. When parents need to go,off island, their children are taken care of by a neocatechumenal family, unless blood relatives are Neo themselves. They are met at their destinations by a Neo family also just like the Jehovahs.

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  7. If you read the seminarian's post more closely, it is referring to only YOU, Mr. Rohr.

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    1. Ummm, why don't you click the link to the original comment to see who he was addressing. More evidence folks. More evidence.

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  8. If you read this Sundays Umatuna, one would see that the pope didn't send anyone anywhere.
    They gather at the vatican to be blessed by the pope to go on missions to places where a
    bishop has invited or requested them to come( I have to wonder about that).
    Then it is Kiko spun with his golden thread and all of a sudden the pope is the one who sent them!

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  9. I had to read this post several time, since the English was so poor. Finally I started making a little sense of the gibberish that was serve to us by this person. My only conclusion being that delusion of grandeur and delusion of purpose are very similar. This person has obviously a very narrow and shallow understanding of the logical process, but most of all does not even understand the hierarchy and internal relations of the Catholic Church. Attempting to hide its lack of understanding behind words which obviously he does not master and/or comprehend, makes it even more pathetic. This is so sad, words are failing me.

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  10. The idea that we are screaming infants is an arrogant teaching from Kiko himself, who insists (and these are his actual words) that we have an "infantile faith of natural religiosity." That's what his followers are taught to think when they look at us, no matter how God's grace is working in our lives.

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