Monday, June 2, 2014

REALLY?

Archbishop Apuron, are you really going to let Jennifer take the fall for you? Really? Do you mean that you are not going to apologize for the incredible ruse foisted upon this Archdiocese in your newspaper? Do you really want us to believe that it was Jennifer Dulla who got it wrong? that she dreamed up this FAKE invitation from Cardinal Tagle? Are you really going to let a young female take the fall for you? Are you really going to let her print a retraction that is NOT in your name? Are you really NOT going to OUT your team of catechists who put you up to this ridiculous scandal of a story? 



ARE YOU REALLY GOING TO MAKE JENNIFER DULLA YOUR SCAPEGOAT??

WE SURE HOPE NOT!


23 comments:

  1. What is so off-putting is the lengths they will go to avoid the word priest, especially in a public article.

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    1. And we know exactly why: they believe that Catholicism has been contaminated by "archaic religious systems", or, "natural religion". Priests and altars begone.

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    2. Chuck's point is very important. All of the Neo's deviations in terms of liturgical practice reflect profound deviations in theology.

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  2. . . . when referring to the neo fathers, that is.

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  3. What a shocking mess this has become.

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  4. Cardinal tagle is concerned with pacific priests in his archdiocese

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  5. What is happening in the archdiocese of Guam. So many problems with your Archbishop.

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  6. Sorry for you Jennifer you are just another victim of the Archbishop.

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  7. An investigation is needed into the problems of the archdiocese of Agana and the diocese of Chalan Kanoa.

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  8. Janet B - MangilaoJune 2, 2014 at 11:55 PM

    Looking at the article another time I found another error in paragraph #4. It reads "One of the fruits of the NeoCatechumenal Way is the abundance of vocations...". I believe this should actually read: "One of the fruits of the NeoCatechumenal Way is the abundance of lies...". They have proven themselves time and again that when the truth doesn't fit their objective, they just change it to fit the purpose at hand.
    Examples are a plenty, here are a few reminders:
    1. Archbishop: these boys will belong to Guam and will serve the people of Guam (to address questions on why we are paying for formation of foreign priests). Now, they are missionary and may go elsewhere, but hey, we are one Church still.
    2. Fr Paul allowed a grave danger to the people and children of Santa Barbara (public admonishment to a priest who was actually acting like Jesus), then later to a group of priests on retreat - We have been watching him for the past two years - so much for grave danger!
    3. To Aaron - we cannot afford to send you off-island. and then when Aaron finds a way to fund his own way to a regular seminary the Archbishop refuses to sponsor him with a letter of recommendation.
    Many many other examples, but these three are my personal favorites.
    Lies and deceit seem to be the real fruits of the NCW (Non-Catholic-Way)!

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    1. Thank you Janet. This is what concerns me. It is the lies told. The lies that destroyed people.

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    2. Janet B - MangilaoJune 3, 2014 at 10:02 PM

      Cool. Watching TV and on GUdTV Channel 494 there is a program called "The Numbers Game". The focus tonight is on lies and how to detect them. I'm going to record and rewatch, and see how bad the 3 idiots are at lying.

      Interesting fact...the average person hears about 200 lies per day. If you work at the Chancery, does that number go up to 400? No, more likely, 525 lies per day.

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  9. Archbishop please tell us the truth how all this happened.

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    1. Dear Anonymous June 3, 2014 at 12:02 AM:
      "Archbishop please tell us the truth how all this happened."

      For the sake of your safety and your family, please refrain from holding your breath!

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    2. Diana is wrong by saying that Kiko was invited. (She was probably just following media)

      It was the other way around, Kiko organized a meeting in Manila (with the Cardinals approval I think) and invited Cardinal Tagle to preside over mass.

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    3. The "media" here is the Archbishop of the Archdiocese of Agana. There is NO other "media" story about this. But thanks for telling the truth. Maybe you need to talk to "Diana". She/he/it/they is getting the NCW into a whole lot of trouble.

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  10. It is unfortunate that no one from the Umatuna has uttered a word of apology, as far as we know. Will they be humble and courageous enough to print a retraction? We shall see on Friday when this Sunday's Umatuna comes out.

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  11. In the united kingdom people are saying cardinal tagle did not invite the international leaders of the way to Manila.

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  12. Filipinos all over the world need to come,together and support cardinal tagle and the Filipino priests of Guam . Tell you friends, open jungle watch, Pinoy catholic, and make your voice heard. We must stand up to archbishop Apuron and his ways.

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    1. Janet B - MangilaoJune 3, 2014 at 12:07 PM

      No one should be surprised any longer at the lengths our Archbishop Apuron will go to promote the kiko cause. When the truth doesn't fit, he will lie to make it fit. His conscience knows no shame, nor scruples.

      Our Archbishop is a very dangerous man because of this radical penchant to turn the Catholic Church into a Kiko Church, and he is in a position of apparent authority. This man is so bent on making the world all-kiko, he has abandoned his own people, just like General Benedict Arnold did during the Revolutionary War. He has also abandoned his roots by denying his Filipino heritage. This must have his father turning in his grave.

      Archbishop Apuron is looking for fame, fortune, and recognition. And he has found it:
      1. thru Junglewatch 350,000 people now know who Archbishop Apuron really is.
      2. thru NCW scrutinies Archbishop has found fortune by siphoning off hundreds of thousands of dollars from poor unsuspecting Neo-victims thinking their money would go to the Church and actually help the impoverished. Instead, it only helps him and his closed circle of minions. A tax audit would be very interesting. Did he report all these ill gotten gains? not very likely!
      3. recognition will come when he meets his demise and is embarrassed world-wide by the scandal he helped fuel. Who knows, his name may become a household name in matters of dishonesty by a common expression people will exclaim when they have been bamboozled: "you've just been Apuron-ed"

      People of the Philippines beware. Japan beware. World wide orthodox Catholics beware. Tony is now taking his act overseas to try to spread more corruption into even bigger markets with even more money.

      The idea of Archbishop Apuron and his "Youth Corps" going to Manila to evangelize is a slap in the face to the good people of the Philippines who actually practice their faith as diligently and devoutly as any people I have ever witnessed. It is like having a high school zealot invite himself to be the commencement speaker at a college graduation. Nothing of any value to offer.

      But at least they can brag about the fruits. We on Guam have come to know all too well the fruits of the NCW. These fruits taste as bitter as the kiko-manure they are nourished with.

      If anything, His Eminence Cardinal Tagle should come to Guam to teach our Archbishop a few lessons in shepherding to the whole flock, in loving, fatherly care for his priests and guest priests, and how to remain a simple, humble servant of the Lord to the people.

      Maybe someone in Immigration should inspect the visas for our Archbishop and the youth and seminarians going to Manila. If they are going to evangelize, that is work, and if they are going for work, do they have the proper work permits? If not, do not let them on the plane in Guam. Wouldn't that be poetic justice!

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  13. This isn't a Filipino issue. This is a Catholic issue so do not digress this to a racial issue.

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  14. Dear Anon 8:48,

    It is a racial issue. The Leaders of the NCW inclusive of our Archbishop think the Filipino Catholics aren't really Catholic until they are catechised by a group of Guam Youth. So Filipino adults will learn from Guam youth? An Archbishop knows better than a Cardinal? Only if the Cardinal is Filipino. Yeah that seems pretty Racial to me. Maybe the group is going to try to get an endorsement from Cardinal Tagle in the hopes of trying to expand the NCW into Santa Barbara Parish.

    Seems like all this still kinda ties back to the Fr. Paul debacle.

    Mr. San Agustin

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  15. It has nothing to do with race at all because the NCW feels that way about anyone who is not Neo. They want to evangelize to the world. It doesn't matter if one is Filipino or not. We have enough problems so don't go sparking a racial uprising.

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