Thursday, June 19, 2014

DO YOU UNDERSTAND?

Attacking me is one thing. Attacking my family or even mentioning them is another. So when I heard that 'Diana" had brought my family into this, I decided to take a look.

NOTE TO DIANA: 
SAY WHAT YOU WANT ABOUT ME 
BUT MY FAMILY IS OFF-LIMITS. 
DO YOU UNDERSTAND?





Copied below is what I found.




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    1. Diana, Tim Rohr keeps calling you "him". He is a mad sexist who cannot imagine a woman being smart! How foolish for him.

      Genie
    2. Dear Anonymous at 12:31 p.m.,

      I do not understand why anyone would think that I would be lying about my gender.
    3. Because you lie about many other things, and you hide your true identity. You started this blog, so stand behind your opinions and reveal your true identity. You lack courage to stand behind your writing, and then you personally attack the man who has the courage. If anything, it's Tim that should be thanking you for the persecution.
    4. Dear Anonymous at 6:08 p.m.,

      I persecuted Tim Rohr???? Where were you when he was persecuting the Archbishop? Where were you when he humiliated and ridiculed Zoltan, me, and others on his blog?

      What difference does it make knowing my true identity when I already see what Tim Rohr did to Zoltan, who uses his real identity? The reason Tim is where he is at today is because of the things he has done. This was upon him. He suffers because of his sin, and his family suffers along with him.
    5. "The reason Tim is where he is at today is because of the things he has done", Very. Profound.

      "He suffers because of his sin, and his family suffers along with him. " And that's what they said about Job, isn't it?
    6. Dear Anonymous at 8:56 p.m.,

      No, it has nothing to do with Job. It is what St. Paul said. When one member of the family suffers because of sin everyone in the family suffers.

      1 Corinthians 12:26 And if one member suffers, all the members suffer with it; or if one member is honored, all the members rejoice with it.

      Satan always attack the family, and all it takes is one member of the family to fall, the rest of the family suffers. For example, if a son turns to drugs, do you not think that it will not affect the other members of the family? If a wife cheats on a husband, do you not think that the spouse and children will suffer from that sin?
  2. AnonymousJune 16, 2014 at 6:08 PM you can't accept that the Diana has ability to outsmart Tim? It bother you cause whatever she post made alot of sense and fruitful of substance.
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I decided to let all the hostile comments through, so you all 

could see for yourself who these people are. And oh, Diana, do 

you really want to talk about sin? Do you have any idea why 

this archdiocese is suffering? Check with the Chancery before 

you bring it up again. 

69 comments:

  1. Mention my family again, asshole, and I will find you. In fact, count on it.

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  2. I can understand how you feel about your family. I am very protective of mine as well. A lot of the Kikos like to include family when attacking a person. A Kiko on this blog told a commenter that he was a viper and satan and that God have mercy and him and the womb that bore him. Unfortunately you are not anonymous and if I were you, I would take any mention of my family as a threat.

    I also know that when it comes to the mentioning of any children on your blog, you are very protective of that as well.

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  3. I already had you narrowed down to one of three people. But till now, I didn't care. Now I care. And the fact that you mention my family is an even bigger clue, a clue I can now tie into a comment left on my blog several months ago. My reply to that comment was "I know who you are. How sad that you have fallen so far." Keep writing, "Diana". I have a reason now to stalk your every word, words that tell me who you are.

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    1. Was this comment for 9:20? It seems like the comment was out of sympathy and not criticism.

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  4. My ,my Tim.... Are we losing our class here? She got to you. Awake

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    1. You're messing with my family, asshole. Gloves off. Show yourself, coward.

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    2. Diana, proud walker, wwkd, what would Kiko do? You're so adept at using scripture. This does not serve you well; nor will it. Cult!

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    3. AnonymousJune 19, 2014 at 11:10 AM
      Diana - Mauricio here. Keep writing the truth. Tim just lost his class and calling you a mule. Pray to God cause the Spirit is strong. Pray for him in sincerity.

      From Netherlands.
      Cheers

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      DianaJune 19, 2014 at 11:23 AM
      Dear Mauricio from Netherlands,

      Tim is calling me a mule????? Now what did I do this time?? My last four posts is not even about Jungewatch or Tim Rohr. Is he still upset about those letters he published on his blogsite??

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    4. My, my, how disgusting, foul @9:24

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    5. Diana, thought you had work and stuff. Are you off work on Thursday ? What are you doing writing to Mauricio in the Netherlands? Working on your workplace computer? My, my.

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    6. Janet B - MangilaoJune 19, 2014 at 3:05 PM

      Off on Thursday. Sounds like a priest. Hello, Fr Adrian...is it really you? Oh, I hope so!

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    7. Mauricio is in Diana's head. If we find out Diana is ADRIAN pastor of Barrigada Neo Cathedral then we may as well just forget it. Really, Has passed my mind before; to tell the truth. HAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA POOR Fr. Adrian. If it is you that would solve a lot of problems, actually. 'I am a woman, not a man, I am not a priest" Father if Diana is not you, then just let it go, OK?

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    8. Tim calling me a mule? No, Diana, a horse's ARS.

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    9. Even if it is only conjecture that Father Adrian is Diana, the very idea anyone should even think of it in a fleeting moment should make him think over his Pastoral Approach. That anyone commented on this idea before 400,000 pair of eyes should make him shudder. On the other hand, many things don't seem to bother him.

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    10. Neocatechumenal Way an Insiders View Blog is spiritual and has lots of nice pictures and Diana is keeping that way. "I am a woman, not a man, I am not a priest".

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    11. If someone REALLY wanted to remain anonymous, why would they tell us what they are or are not. In fact, they would be sure to tell us the opposite. I noticed that Diana is grammatically and intellectually challenged. There's a big clue right there. In fact, one of my first guesses was that Diana was a priest:

      http://www.junglewatch.info/2014/02/so-diana-is-fr-diana.html

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    12. Didn't Adrian have to go for extra help after school in the seminary?

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    13. June 19 @6:28 pm. Don't know if he had after school help at the seminary, but if he did he still doesn't know his lessons that he has and still is taking the refresher course...Kiko-ology 085.

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  5. I guess what Diane said about your family suffering is true then. Why so defensive if it's not true? She's right. When you suffer, they suffer too. She quote it in the Bible.

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    1. You're right. We suffer. We suffer because we have let God send us as many children as he pleased and he has sent us eleven. Because of it my wife and I are mocked and laughed at, joked about and scolded. God also chose to send us two special needs children. But we don't count this as suffering. We count all this as GIFT. But then you have learned all you know from a man who made no commitment to anything or anyone but himself and does not know what it is to suffer for your children and your marriage.

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    2. Ranting again, God said to be fruitful. Why complain, she made a good point. Accept God's will and Diana is not man and she's a woman and she forgive you after you called her a mule.

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    3. No. I called HIM an ASSHOLE.

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    4. But thanks for the page view.

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  6. SHEEZ!! You've lost it. Diana isn't attacking your family. She said you suffer because of sin and when you suffer, your family suffers also. That's true for all of us. She quoted the Bible backing up what she said. You're an idiot.

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  7. This Diana is not a nice person. Dianas is a troubled individual who is the cause of serious internal divisions in the archdiocese. As the facts emerge Diana has a disturbing history in the church on Guam. Never to be trusted and able to damage individuals.

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    1. As per usual, preaching about their obsession with unfaithful spouses and drug addicts. Diana, STOP.

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  8. Diana gender has been of concern for many years. Diana use to dress up in long dresses in the evenings when I first saw it I was shocked but as a seminarian kept quiet. Diana is very confused with life who Diana is. Reality is we see Diana around but we not know the heart of Diana and Dianas end goal. Diana needs help and AAA should help Diana.

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    1. IF you are a seminarian, IF...some of your brothers are making our impression of all the seminarians very negative. IF I were a seminarian, I would certainly TAKE responsibility to correct this instead of just whining about being persecuted. That is - IF you are a seminarian. Let's see if this long dress accusation is just part of how confused some seminarians are. OK?

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    2. If Diana is confused as to her sexual orientation, Father Pius and Pat will fix her wagon.

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  9. Weep she out smart you. What a man who goes after a tiny woman. Bitter taste of your own medicine don't you think. All the non neo-priest supports this man

    Cheers. Enjoy the rest of your day.

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  10. ARCHBISHOP: Are you here? Do you see the division growing worse and worse by the day? Are you watching the daily world news? Do you see the results of our President doing nothing and waiting for problems to disappear? Wait long enough and people will forget? Young people know about what is happening. In one generation what will remain of our Church. Just one consideration among many for you to think and pray about continually. God help you who have been blessed with the fulness of the Priesthood through whom God's blessing comes to us in Archdioces of Agana.

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    1. So 11:55' the Atchbishop is not here. He flew out either Monday or Tuesday morning bound for Cali.

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    2. Wifi in business class now. He can read JW all the way to HNL.

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    3. Janet B - MangilaoJune 19, 2014 at 3:58 PM

      Don't kid yourself Anon June 19, @ 12:57PM. Our dear and humble Archbishop/neo-brother doesn't go through Hawaii anymore. Those planes do not have the nice seats a person of his stature requires. He will go to Manila or Japan to get to where ever he wants to go so he can ride in the lap of luxury! Besides, too many eyes that know him on that Guam to Hawaii flight to see what a hypocrite he really is.

      Never mind that it costs more money from the peoples account. He sits on the throne at home so he must be treated like a king all the way.

      Never mind what the POPE said about living with the people, and not being "airport bishops". Our archbishop takes orders from a higher authority...Pope Kiko of the Non-Catholic Way Church.

      Even though the trip going through Manila or Japan is much longer, there is one possible side benefit. He just may get stuck next to some religious zealot who might be able to evangelize him and bring him back to the real Church that Jesus created. Never underestimate what a long winded talker can do with a captive audience over the course of an 11 hour flight.

      Oh, my. That sounds just like what the Neo does to their cultists. Hold them captive until they finally break.
      Hmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm...

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  11. Diana....get on it. The Jungle is unattended zoo today. I posted this to Diana yesterday. She is easily duped. Not as "smart" as her devotees proclaim today. Out smarted Mr. Rohr? I seriously doubt it. A mule is smarter. Diana, you have been humbled. I've mentioned it before, but worth repeating: you are in over your head. We are addressing serious matters here. very serious. Tell you ESL friends stay out of the jungle.

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  12. The Grace Of Baptism

    Dear Readers,

    If your comment is not shown, it is deleted for a reason. I do not want my blogsite to turn into another jungle. The first jungle is already full of chaos and disorder. Those comments with derogatory and insulting words were not published. To the brothers walking in the Way, I cannot stop you from going into the jungle. However, you already know, that going there can bring out terrible emotions in you (such as anger), so why continue to go there? What did you expect will happen?

    For those of you who find some of the Catholic brothers offensive, that should come as no surprise. The Church, after all, was built for sinners, not for righteous people. However, as Catholics we need to follow and imitate Christ. This is what the Church teaches us.

    In my blogsite, I just recently published an inspiring story I found on the Internet about the Japanese Christians who survived persecution and without a priest for almost 250 years. Even without a priest, the Catholic Church survived in Japan. You see....how strong the faith of these Japanese Catholics? If you leave the Catholic Church, your faith is built on sand and can easily debilitate.
    One purpose of the Neocatechumenal Way is to strengthen our faith by living out our baptism. We received a grace during our baptism. The Holy Spirit planted the seed of faith in us as we were baptized, but this seed of faith needs to grow in us.....to mature into an adult faith that is unshakeable. Read the story of the Japanese Christians. Despite a lack of priest and persecution, the faith of these Japanese Catholics remained unshakeable. It was only through the grace of the Sacrament of Baptism that they survived on. As Pope Francis said of these Japanese Catholics: "When, after about two and a half centuries - 250 years later - the missionaries returned to Japan, thousands of Christians came out of hiding and the church could flourish. It had survived by the grace of their Baptism: but this is great! God's people transmit the faith, baptizing children and moving on."
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    1. For those who go to Diana's blog, you will note that you have to click on her profile in order to get to the blog. When I clicked on it just now it said 782 views and "she's" been in business since 2011. 782 times her blog has been viewed. Wow. And most of that traffic is probably because of my blog. On July 16, 2013, this blog had all of about 350 views. I rarely used this blog since my primary was themassneverends.com. After July 16 I started posting about Fr. Paul and the hell he has gone through, and a year later we are looking 500,000.

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    2. Dear Anon June 19 at 5:33 PM. Isn't it ironic that Diana found the story of the Japanese Catholics inspiring? Diana is inspired by the story of how the faith of Japanese Catholics remained unshaken despite being persecuted for 250 years and without a priest at that, and that their baptism played a major role in their survival. And they did all this without the NCW! Incredible isn't it? Diana also said that "one purpose of the NCW is to strengthen our faith by living out our baptism". Correction: our one, holy, catholic and apostolic Church teaches us to strengthen our faith by living out our baptism. That purpose has been grounded in the teachings of the Church centuries before the NCW arrived. This is nothing new. I say this because Diana makes it sound as though the NCW, and only through the NCW, is where authentic Church teachings and practices can be found. The NCW is not the Church. It is merely one of many organizations or movements within our beloved Church. Finally, isn't this the same Japanese Catholics who through their bishops kicked out the NCW from Japan? Ironic, isn't it? You gotta like them Japanese Catholics. They know exactly what it takes to survive persecution and to strengthen their faith!

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    3. Anon 11:40 PM does every Catholic know that? You rationalize and generalized. Your in the sideline being a mediocre Catholic who claim to be.

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    4. June, 12:29th. You accuse an individual Catholic of being a "mediocre Catholic in the sideline" -- but this individual is an authentic Catholic Faith follower, nevertheless. ... cuz, you know, kikos are not on the sideline but are completely on the ouside of our authentic CORE Catholic Church' liturgical teachings and practices.

      If our CORE TEACHINGS AND PRACTICES aren't worth following and worth adhering to, then there is no meaning to "The Real Presence" nor no use for the liturgical practices that focus and emphasize and demonstrate (thru physical gestures and postures) the message of how we physically, spiritually and mentally HONOR, WORSHIP, RESPECT, REGARD and humbly PAY HOMAGE to our LORD, our GOD and Creator!

      Wasn't this the first sin -- the sin of PRIDE -- committed by lucifer because he did not want to obey GOD nor to serve GOD as all the other Angels were willing to, but instead lucifer went on his own "way"?

      So, why the need of kiko to go "his own way" -- because of pride and his need to invent "his own way" and his need to arrogantly disregard The 2000+years of the ways of authentic Catholicism instituted by Jesus Christ, Himself?

      It is piritually wiser to stick to our tried and true authentic Catholic beliefs, teachings, authentic Liturgical norms and practices that pleases and has always pleased GOD in the manner we regard HIM; which also pleases His Most Blessed Mother in the manner that we, with all humility, regard and acknowledge her Son in The Real Presence!

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  13. It is a very reasonable "conjecture" that Diana is Fr. Adrian. As his brother priests why.

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  14. So "Diana" says I suffer because of sin. Really? The ONE THING I would never do, or any half way intelligent Christian would never do, is accuse someone of being guilty of sin. We can point out what is sinful. But we can NEVER say someone has sinned. ONLY GOD KNOWS THE HEART. But this is what they learn to do in the Neocatechumenal Way: sit in judgement on others. It gets ever more evil.

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  15. I wonder if the Kiko's are remnants of The Peoples Temple cult.

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  16. Sin in your Life Tim you will suffer. You need to be salted and bring life to your drying bones. Notice I said drying. You are not dried yet just drying. Hope for you if you repent and stop this blog and respect Archbishop. You can regain life. You can avoid the underworld.

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    1. Ah, I see. So then if one doesn't sin then one doesn't suffer? According to your Kiko reasoning then Jesus must have been the greatest sinner of all. BTW, "respecting" bishops is what got us 50 years of child abuse.

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    2. Tim do it your way and I pray that your soul may not be condemn. You have curse and humiliated people but yet someone talk about your family generally with biblical admonishment and your true colors have arises with violence. Who are you to judge and what difference does it make if we don' t reveal our true identity who don't agree with your ambition. I for one don't agree with you with constant mockery. This blog is an evident of promoting division within the Catholic. The Way did not promote the Catholic Church but to remain. Show me where the Way teaches to leave the Catholic Church? It does not matter what I post cause you made your decision and you think you know better but you don't.

      M Cruz - one who is not afraid of any man! Specially you.

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    3. Ummm, so what's the M stand for? (Damn this is entertaining!)

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    4. Anonymous (June 21, 2014 at 4:53 PM)/“M Cruz - one who is not afraid of any man! Specially you”: In your statement “The Way did not promote the Catholic Church but to remain” I think you might have unintentionally revealed the hidden agenda of the Neocatechumenal Way. You asserted, “The Way DID NOT PROMOTE the Catholic Church …” (my emphasis). It may have been a Freudian slip on your part; if so, thank you for your honesty.

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    5. Diana's blog. One big old copy paste and crickets.

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    6. I'm not afraid of any man either. I mean unless they wear long dresses in the evening.

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    7. I cant give him the respect because he has not given the same respect his office truly deserves!
      He is the Archbishop of What? Title has been devalued by his choosing to be a puppet to Kiko and his cronies!
      Sad...truly sad for the people of Guam! HEY WAKE UP! HOW LONG YOU CATHOLIC GUAMANIANS AND CHAMORROS GOING TO LET THIS HAPPEN TO YOU CHURCH!

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    8. I THINK ITS MUMU CRUZ! HAHAHA LOL!

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    9. Maria if you don't agree with the Archbishop and you failed to reach out and your not a Catholic. I'll start calling you the Rohr order. Henceforth, you are called now Rohr. Congratulation you have joined a new HATE SECT called. ROHR. Kinda similar to Quaker.

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    10. More evidence of a brain on KAKA: Quakers are now a hate group.

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  17. Tim what exactly does it mean when a catholic says you need to be salted. Is this meaning the salt we add to Holy water for Blessinga. I went to the ccc and it does not write of anyone being salted. Sincerely.

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  18. Reference to dry bones is found in the book of ezk So the salt and dry bones could be from the bible. But what does it mean to say someome has the dry bones and needs the salt. Went through catholic schools and never heard of needing to be salted.

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  19. Impossible to detect who m. Cruz is.

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  20. Why is tims comtact having chemo treatment. Suffering.

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    1. Oh, I see, so if you are a kiko then you won't get cancer. Thanks for the tip. BTW, wrong guy. Now back to your ESL class or you'll never make it through theology...well in a normal seminary anyway.

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    2. At 10:41 PM..better watch what you say, cuz you may be the next one getting chemo and we won't be there for your medical fundraising? You think it's a laughing matter...it's not!

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  21. Jun 21 12:18th, spiritual dryness is ok because it is the indication that one (in this case Tim) has a spiritual life; even Mother Teresa went thru a period of it as did many of the saints. It is when one becomes simply "wilted" -- as one obviously does become when one becomes attached to and supportive of the kikos' and "the kilo-inventive" and "kiko-warped Way" -- that one should be critically concerned about because that is the indication that one has NO spiritual life.

    ... and BTW, repentance and separating yourself from and renouncing this kiko-manufactured religion and a return to the authentic Catholic Church and authentic Catholic Faith is the key to getting out of the state of "wiltedness" -- no other way out of the debilitating kiko-hold.

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    1. Thanks, Maria. Of course this person (or these people) have no clue of my spiritual state and how Kiko of them to assume that they can judge. But they are taught to do that. In any even, the saints see dryness as a gift, as having reached a level in love for God where they no longer need consolations or signs but only Him. Kiko offers consolations. God offers the desert.

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    2. Maria, there is no such thing as spiritual dryness. The spirit is always full of life. It isn't dry of anything. Dry bones means that they're dead.

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    3. Only in Kiko's religion.

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    4. It's in the Catholic religion. Dry bones is mentioned in the Bible. Its found in Ez. 37:4. The dry bonel are dead people and were made alive by God's word. Learn to read your bible, you idiot. And I don't belong to the neo or the Roar hate group to figure that one out. I belong to the Catholic Church.

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    5. Well now, there's a wonderful witness to the Catholic Church, isn't it? Going to Mass today? Or did you go to "Eucharist" last night?

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    6. Dry bones...oops another song added to the Archbishops top 10

      Dem bones, Dem Bonesq, Dem Dry Bones by the Delta Rhythm Blues!

      They celebrated last night, and to think that not one of them went to help Father McGrath celebrate his 50th, not the vicar general, the chancellor. NO NCW PRIEST! Same on YOU ALL !

      Saw the one page spread of their mission in Manila! Who paid for this page again?

      Did I hear courtesy of the Archbishop! BTW where is Tagle's letter?

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  22. Eucharist was last night in our church. Mass has no meaning. How can you believe all that.

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