Tim, did you write this or was it a ghost writer.
a Holy Ghost writer
The Holy Ghost. . At least people are laughing but we do want the truth at some point. Do not think we can apply the term ghost writer to our present situation. Nothing wrong with a ghost writer but I do not think the term was used correctly in reference to Jen.
I believe the above comments were related to my article on purgatory with a joking connection to J. Dulla's situation. But yes. We will have the truth.
A little humor is good for the soul!
Excellent reply Tim...geeez these Diana's
I saw this in the paper, both Diana's expose and your rebuttal. I hope the Chancery and all the other nay-sayers see that your goal remains the same today as it always has been: TO DEFEND THE CHURCHIt is sad that no one in the Chancery chose to defend the faith with an attempted rebuttal to Ms. Iglesias. They are truly in a "hide out and ride out the storm" mode, so they should be grateful you took time out of defending the Church against abuses from within, to defend the Church against attacks from without.Thank you from the Catholic faithful of Guam for defending our faith when no one else dared!
Diana Iglesias really did some research this time and dropped a lot of Catholic facts in her paper. It's the first time I read a protestant admitting the Bible was brought together by the Church, although she states it in error about the seven books being included.
Is Diana Protestant?
No. Just Fr Adrian.