Friday, May 9, 2014


Coming soon to a Kindle, Nook, or ebook near you.


  1. Janet B - MangilaoMay 9, 2014 at 11:18 AM

    Tim - is that the smoking gun just below the frame of the photo?

    Good job, and keep going. We support your efforts because the truth is what we need more of, and we seem to find very little of that coming out of the Chancery these days. It is now so bad... that they cannot say anything, because anything they say now will incriminate their past lies.

    They are on the run, and we will not stop until they run all the way out of Guam. Adios Kikos!

    1. Janet agree with you. There is no truth coming out of the chancery. The only way we find truth is reading this page and then thinking and looking. Tim Rohr a
      Ways presents us the truth with documents evidence to support what he writes. How come the chancery never responds to this page . The chancer should call concerned Catholics to a meeting where by the archbishop can defend himself by responding to questions. Then we can amend the problems that exist. The pronlem is the archbishop refuses to accept there is a problem, so the problems mount up and get worse because he does not manage the archdiocese well. Infact the archdiocese is in about several million debt increasing monthly. The interst on his loans is making it worse. If I am wrong correct me. Bits this is how I see it. The r ms seminary is increasing our diocesan debts daily, and for what purpose. The seminary has no meaning or purpose to the people of Guam.

    2. Anonymous (May 10, 2014 at 12:50 AM), if you have been following this blog, you will know that the Chancery has no intention of calling concerned Catholics to a meeting of any kind. There was a time, before the controversy of how the Archbishop and Co. treated Fr. Paul Gofigan, when a Deacon would be tasked to address such concerns in the public eye. At this point the Archbishop does not want to take the chance of opening himself and/or the Chancery to the possibility that some intrepid reporter will start to dig more deeply and discover the filth and the muck that lie just below the surface. However, such a reporter would probably have to come from “outside,” just as Tim Rohr who, despite having lived on Guam for 27 years is still considered an “outsider” by his naysayers. Maybe it was the fact that he was not entrenched in the local culture that enabled Tim to be the catalyst who provided a venue for the open discussion of NCW-related concerns via this blog. Judging from the numerous "Anonymous" commenters — as well as those who sign their names (Janet B, Maria, Ric E and others) —people have been waiting a long, long time for a means to voice their concerns, frustrations, and (in some cases) anger and that’s just what they are doing.

      The Archbishop now relies on his Neo defenders like "Diana," "Gino from Sinajana," "Old Man from Santa Rita," etc. who either regurgitate what is heard in catechesis OR spew venomous hateful comments against Tim and/or anyone who writes in opposition to the goings-on of the NCW. He doesn’t seem to recognize that his defenders do him more harm than good by relying on the half-truths and/or outright lies that they are fed and that his ongoing silence is perceived as disregard for anything NON-NCW.

      The Archbishop will not stoop to address the concerns of NON-NeoCats and/or NON-Kiko-bots. He seems to believe that, by virtue of his title as Archbishop of Agana, he is above reproach and has absolute power to do whatever he wants, whenever he wants, to whomever he wants, for whatever reason he wants.

  2. I definitely look forward to that!

  3. Can we reserve our books, now? You have OUR SUPPORT, Tim! You might even make more than what the AAA will have brought in!

  4. Tim should write a book but not yet. Like " a few Good men" Tim needs to wait for the full truth to come out. Suspect he knows the truth but he keeps silent for now till all the facts are revealed and documented.