Friday, June 20, 2014

SOME NOTES

For those who want to verify the flags.
Go to the Flag counter, the white box with the flags in it on the right side bar. Click on it. Click on Visitor Log. Click on Apply Filter. Click on Vatican City. Voila.

By the way. Guess what the Vatican City visitor viewed?http://www.junglewatch.info/2014/05/the-neocatechumenal-distribution-of.html

A few facts about Diana:
- bad grammar skills
- familiarity with church documents
- seriously skewed logic
- not a female
- not a responsible
- a member of the clergy

The first three are terribly evident. Here's how we know the last three: He insists on the opposite. Insisting on who one is NOT is a dead give away of someone's identity for someone who is trying to hide. My guess was right, right from the start. Diana is a priest. And we know who he is. How sad.

20 comments:

  1. I am a woman, not a man, I am not a priest. Why do you question, my dear people? Why? Why? Why? Omg, Whyyyyyyy? I am a concelebrant ! Why is this happening???? I AM A RESPONSIBLE

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    1. I thought you said you were a co-responsible walking for about 8 years! Now you have been promoted to a responsible. Who dropped out? Did responsible get a higher position? Did responsible go on a mission that job was vacant?

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    2. A concelebrant? What part of the liturgy did the presbyter assign you to read?

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  2. I've noticed in the video that the celebrant was not wearing an alb over his habit. Is this not a no-no?

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    1. Was the habit a long Muu Muu

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  3. Is Msgr. David on island? In the absence of Archbishop we need some authority here if this is true . Could be some bad outcomes from this guessing game.

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  4. Diana, this is sort of pathetic: "I see that they are now accusing me of being Father Adrian. Poor Father Adrian. I do not know why he is being picked on."

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    1. Whether you are a priest or not, 7:55PM, you've revealed enough about yourself-- not very positive, but quite disturbing descriptive things about who you really are -- so I hope to God you aren't a priest! This is a very small island so you can't keep your identity anonymous much longer. I do know that what you've revealed of who you are inside based on your postings (an individual with a disturbing mind and heart) compels me to pray that you aren't A PRIEST!

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  5. It is truly sad to see all this happening. I don't like how the NCW creeps its way into every parish. I believe some of them have good intentions, but others just go about it the wrong way. I hear that in my village of Agat, they want to start a third community. I don't get their concept of community. Sometimes, some of its members say they can't join other NCW members for certain occasions because they "are still walking?"
    Also, fast changes are happening now in Agat since the new priest came in. 1) Some friends were telling me he cancelled one of the two Masses held at Santa Ana Chapel every month. Now, there is only one morning Mass there a month, on first Saturdays. I was told that it was maybe too much for the new priest. How ironic is that? It does not seem like much because the Neos have their celebrations at the Santa Ana Chapel two or three times every week. It is so sad how the general public are only confined to one Mass a month at the Chapel. 2) By the way, when I attended Mass last Sunday, I noticed that the new priest put his chair at the way top of the sanctuary, right in front of the tabernacle. How disrespectful is that to have your back turned to our Lord! Father explained in his homily something about the priest being the head and something like that. Then again, he gave a practical reason for moving the chair saying he can now see everyone. 3) I'm not sure if this is true too, but I also heard that there is no more parish council in Agat because the new priest doesn't need one? This is sad. These are people who were in the parish council for a long time and want to take an active role in helping their parish and are told that they are no longer needed. Very sad.
    I pray for our new priest and the archbishop. This Kiko guy has successfully brainwashed them.

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  6. Pius doesn't have time to go out to eat. Having a lot of meetings. Yup, that's what he said. Too bad. He likes the Hilton.

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    1. How can Pius eat at the Hilton? His Bangkon Ifit is gone to Caliyona?

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  7. Diana had a boyfriend who was an Italian American in San Francisco.

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    1. The funny part is that Diana still thinks we don't know who he is. LOL.

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    2. Yup Pius says no one can go to SFO anymore because of "friends" over there. Of course Tony has to obey. Special friends.

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    3. I thought Italians had a sense of taste. Going with someone who wears a muumuu?

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    4. Another deception for all to see at Diana's latest post. He/she quotes the a "Way" facebook page which in turn "quotes" Msgr Arrieta, apparently confirming the NCW practice of receiving communion standing, then sitting down and consuming after a time.

      The only trouble is, that Msgr did not say this, as can be easily checked by going to the original letter at http://www.camminoneocatecumenale.it/new/default.asp?lang=en&page=statuto08_4

      What is more, is that Diana knows this is false, as there was a thread of comments on this precise document on another of her pages ("concelebration" I think) some time ago. I'll bet those comments have been deleted now though.

      Not only is Diana willing to post information he/she knows to be incorrect and deceptive, so is the Facebook page authors, and presumably anyone else in the NCW.

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  8. So according to Diana, Kiko never explained the whole,process of the Way to Pope Francis! Why not? Wasn't it important for the Pope to understand the Kiko-ology process?

    DianaJune 22, 2014 at 7:17 PM
    Dear Catholic United,

    First of all, Kiko never explained the entire process of the Way to Pope Francis. There were malicious people who deliberately misconstrued and twisted what the Pope said on February 1st. Those who hate the Way purposely changed the 3 recommendations of Pope Francis to 3 "reprimands" or 3 "rebukes". By doing so, some of the bishops and priests who used to hold the Way's celebration ended up cancelling the celebrations. Kiko then wrote to the Pope about that, and the Pope wrote back to Kiko saying that he backs and supports the Way's liturgy just as it was reported in Zenit. As a result, those parishes then opened up the Way's celebration.

    The video was already published in Youtube in Junglewatch as to how we receive Holy Communion. Also, anyone is welcome to come to the Eucharist and see for themselves. The Eucharist is open to the public.

    BTW I want to sit in on the weekday meetings! Why am I not allowed to do so? The NCW is allowed to attend any and all our services!

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    1. Context to that post by CU

      Sir/Maam sidesteps the whole question of their certainty. hope its not too heavy reading for the ESLs? :) Happy Sunday!


      Catholics UnitedJune 22, 2014 at 6:51 PM

      There must be something amiss with the movement/itinerary?

      If indeed everything is hunky dory, above board, on the level, beyond reproach; then why do we see the constant supplicating, the constant appeals, the constant reiteration of the statute this and the statute that?

      As you said, 160 posts on your own, yet there are still clouds of doubt because this is now post #161?, for you would have moved on to another subject already, but this defense and explaination of the validity of the particular practice of the Eucharist has so to speak reared it's ugly head again.

      if all the Popes endorsed then why did Kiko have to explain the entire process of the Way to Pope Francis all over again? Didn't this Pope know everything has been/is on the level, why did Kiko go on the defensive?

      Would it be too much to ask if one the responsibles or cathechists could post a video detailing the process of the Eucharist and it's conformity so there can be no more doubt and we can end this ballgame?

      If all is right and proper then there should be no problems with doing so? The Eucharist is public, as i understand the part of echoing is private, but certainly the functions as pertaining to the Sacrament would be nothing secret, or perhaps Catholics on the Move could film? Or would you invite us and inform us what we don't understand?

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  9. Politely, but firmly, asked Diana to take back her judgement that we are outside of the CHURCH. WILDLY OUT OF CONTROL. (Of course, one can't blame him)

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  10. Wondering if identity of "Diana" will be come clear this weekend. "She" said again that she was a co-responsible. Could a "young woman in her mid 20's" even get to the level of co-responsible?

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