The unfortunate part is many the posts, blogs, comments are laced with half-truths, misinterpretations and some outright lies (or lack of support to corroborate the points many make).
I take no responsibility for the truth or lack of it in the comments, and I allow comments from both sides. However, as to my posts, why not take the time to point out at least one example of a "half-truth", "misinterpretation", or "outright lie"?
I know don't know all of the details of some of the individual circumstances you and others refer to, but I do know the Redemptoris Mater Seminary and Archdiocese of Guam have greatly benefited from the Church's charisms, of which the NeoCatechumenal Way is one.
As for your quotes from the Catechetical Directory and such, I invite you to a Catachesis. Go for yourself, to grow in your faith. Until you've experienced what the Catechesis has to offer and listen, you won't know what anyone is talking about. Like any charism, it's not for everyone, and there are many ways the Church provides to lead one to Heaven.
To have the directory and not have listened to/experienced a catechesis is like a car mechanic picking up an airplane maintenance manual. Some of the themes, parts and procedures seem familiar but you never receive and experience the true flavor & nature of what it's about.
As far as the heretical talk, I only know what the Church tells me. Five different dicasteries duly reviewed, rechecked and confirmed what the Neocatechumenal Way is and does. Many great theologians, liturgists & canonists have double-checked, triple-checked the information. The last 6 Popes have approved and esteem the Way and what is does.
- The celebrant to distribute holy communion before communicating himself.
- The holding of the consecrated bread until all have received versus consuming it "as soon as" it is received as the rest of the Church is required to do.
As the Gospel of Matthew says, judge it by its fruits (not subjectively but objectively).
- We have seen what it has done to the three men on the hill.
- We have seen how they treat people who do not acquiesce to the demands of the Kiko's.
- We have seen the Kiko Junta from New Jersey attempt to steal away a significant portion of the Archdiocese's patrimony.
- We have seen the Archbishop illegally terminate the members of the Archdiocesan Finance Council when they stopped the Kiko Junta from doing so (though they may have found another underhanded way to do it).
- We have seen your leaders and members violate the General Instruction for the Roman Missal and then tell us "So what?"
- I personally have seen and experienced verbal violence against me for daring to question the practices of the Neocatechumenal Way as well as personal threats against me and my family.