Monday, June 2, 2014


I received the following copy of the conversation at Diana's blog as per the Cardinal Tagle affair. Apparently not only is "Diana" sticking with the story that Kiko was personally invited to Manila by Cardinal Tagle, according to Diana Kiko has also been personally invited to Japan by the Japanese bishops.

Here's a transcript of the above:
Anonymous June 1, 2014 at 8:26 PMDiana, I guess you're going to have to go to The Pinoy Catholic blog to set them straight. They're claiming that "In a few weeks, another self-proclaimed Messiah will descend and plague the country, and it is no other than KIKO ARGUELLO, founder of the Neocatechumenal Way."  
The blog is also starting "The Neocatechumenal Way Cult Series"
BTW: Have you heard that Cardinal Tagle did NOT invite Kiko Arguello to the Philippines, despite what the Archbishop's Catholic "Newspaper" claimed on May 18? I think that's what Tim Rohr was referring to when he said he would make sure that things would get worse. I wonder if the Archbishop will issue an apology to the Cardinal for allowing that lie to be printed. What do you think?

Diana June 1, 2014 at 8:46 PMDear Anonymous at 8:26 p.m.,
Kiko was invited to the Philippines by the Cardinal. After the Philippines, Kiko will be traveling to Japan. He was also invited by the Japanese bishops.
Diana, you have no idea how hard you are making this for Archbishop Apuron...unless that is your intent.


  1. Guess whomever has the letter at the Chancery needs to set the record straight. It is rather rude to keep the Cardinal waiting to have his name cleared.

  2. I heard that Dulla, the reporter, received a letter from Cardinal Tagle stating that he did not invite Kiko and the Guam contingent and he wanted the record to be clear on this point. I also heard that Tony Diaz, the editor, received a copy, as well as Sister Marian Arroyo, the Director of Worship. It will be so easy for Diana to verify if this is the case by contacting all these three people since he/she has the support of the archbishop. I also heard that a copy of the letter is circulating out in the street. Wow! I can't wait to see a copy.

  3. If such a letter from Cardinal Tagle exists and if — as Anonymous (June 2, 2014 at 12:45 PM) states — "a copy of the letter is circulating out in the street," I'm pretty sure we'll see a copy here on JungleWatch.

    Poor "Diana" — I think in her zeal to protect the Archbishop and the NCW, she may be doing him/them more harm than good.

  4. Oh no! This is going out to all Catholics in Japan: The neos are coming! The neos are coming!

  5. I guess for Diana it's always about Kiko said......The Kiko come, his will be done!

  6. Here is a good one....on one of the internet sites there is a guest coming, maybe, and invited for the New evangelization Conference. Guess whose name is at the top when I scrolled? Pale' Eric! I did not see Archbishop Apuron's name! There is even a site for delegates and his name did not appear. I thought this was funny!

  7. Oh my Diana you really are creating problems for your boss. You need to take a vacation to clear your mind.

  8. Archbishop for the sake of the people of Guam please apologize to the cardinal. It does not look good if your detractors are shown to be true.

  9. I had replied to Diana's post answering a comment she made and I guess she did t like my reply.

    Here is my reply: yes, it's awesome! When one goes into Facebook you see youths of the NCW posting using filthy language.

    DianaJune 3, 2014 at 11:04 AM
    Dear Anonymous at 10:35 a.m.,

    On the contrary, I was not comparing at all. I was remarking how incredible that young people would actually stay in a Eucharist for 2 hours, go to a 4 hour Bible scrutacio. and even participate in a 6 hour Easter Vigil. That's not putting them on a pedestal. I think it's awesome that they can commit that amount of time to God.....don't you?