Monday, July 14, 2014

ARRIVING: THE VATICAN'S AMBASSADOR TO THE PACIFIC

Note: This post is date coded to remain at the top of the blog during the visit of Archbishop Krebs. The latest posts are posted below.


SCHEDULE UPDATE: July 12: 2:00pm

ARRIVAL DELAYED

Arriving SUNDAY NIGHT, July 13, Archbishop Martin Krebs, Apostolic Nuncio to Guam and other Pacific regions.


Known agenda:
All Sunday events cancelled. May be rescheduled. Check back.
Monday. July 14. Chancery. 10:00am-11:00am Meeting with the clergy.
Monday. July 14. Chancery. 11:30am Meeting with Governor Calvo.
Monday. July 14. Chancery. 1:30pm. Meeting with Women Religious.
Monday. July 14. Hilton Hotel. 6:00pm. Dinner & meeting with Mayor's Council.
Tuesday. July 15. Private meetings until 1pm with any one who wishes to meet with him LAY or Clergy. If you wish an appointment, you must email him personally nuntius@ihug.co.nz

55 comments:

  1. Catholics UnitedJuly 10, 2014 at 2:54 PM

    Please email the Archbishop your concerns! Address: nuntius@ihug.co.nz

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  2. Why does he meet with mayors council.

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  3. So, wait a minute, does this mean we concerned catholics can't MEET UP with the Archbishop about the Finance Report? You're kidding me.

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    1. Sure you can. I hear a meeting is being set up even now.

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    2. Where is town hall meeting. Want to talk to Archbishop Krebs.

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  4. Yeah I'm emailing him about your theft and deception.

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    1. Better yet, just see Cardinal Tagle yourself. He will be here July 16.

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    2. Thanks for the tip and I will explain to him how you got his letter which is not address to you. I have a meeting with ths pontifical delegate myself and will lay out your slander and stealing identity of personal information on your blog. Your life will be unbearable after this.

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    3. LOL. You better hope the delegate is a kind man and will have mercy on you due to your condition. LOL.

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    4. Life is a beach, @8:20.

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    5. Anon @ 8:20 I am pretty sure that Tim will continue to bear his life and his "cross" with faith, dedication, and a positive attitude as he has always done. I think this visit will only help to make known what he has been bringing to light on this blog for the last year. This is exactly what he has been praying for!

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    6. Blogger Concerned, your blog is a little boring. Is that you, Tim? Bloggin about yourself and your virtures? LOL

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    7. Hey, well thanks for stopping by. PDN took note of all the traffic and thought it was worth a story. Stop by again and help us get to 500,000 to celebrate the Archbishop's trashing of Fr. Paul on July 16. PDN will be doing more stories. Need those page views you know.

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    8. Anon @ 12:58 I am not a blogger. I do not have a blog. Unfortunately, I am not as brave as Tim and so I do not use my name when I comment here. If you find it "boring" in the Jungle, you are certainly welcome to stay away, but I bet you can't! ;) Tim appreciates your pages views though.

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    9. To ANON 8:20 AM: Has it ever occurred to you that perhaps the good Cardinal himself approved the disclosure of his letter? :)

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  5. Please let us know if a meeting is set up with the laity. I would like to attend.

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  6. "No doubts at all. We have your Statute. We see that you ignore it. No doubts. Greetings."

    No, dear tim, for declarations of heresy, for catechetical issues, for pastoral issues, for financial issues, there are the institutions of the Church which they have jurisdiction, Guam Church is not autocephalous. What nuncio visit Guam is good thing. Greatings

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    1. No Dear Marco, the first line of jurisdiction in a diocese is the diocesan bishop. It is is his duty to govern those issues, and this is what we are asking. Vatican congregations do not have immediate jurisdiction in a diocese, the BISHOP does. We are simply asking him to do his job. If he does not, then we go to Rome. Greetings has two ee's.

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    2. But you are welcome to remind the bishop yourself that he is not autocephalous, though you may need to provide a definition. In any event he does not consider himself autocephalous since he reports to his catechist.

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    3. .....And then you have.....Marco!! ....Poor grammar, terrible syntax, orthography sketchy, but at least he can use Google. Impressive!! Or maybe Pius or other seminary teacher use the word in a class.
      Auto of self and Cephalous of one head. An expression of Greek origin. Litteraly self-headed, usually refers to an ancient Orthodox custom where the Bishop ( the head) does not report to any superior, ergo the self headed or independent, talking in an administrative point of view, if you wish.
      An interesting concept coming from a kikobot. But not surprising, I am sure that this is one of their argument to brother Apuron for reporting to them.
      One can see the perverse self inflicting wound of poor Marco's soul, or lack of.

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    4. True, Frenchie. No one is more autocephalous than Kiko.

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  7. Mr.Rohr. Please can you explain where iit is best for ordinary people to meet the Vatican ambassador. I wish to convey direct to him the problem with our archbishop. Thank you sir.

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  8. Why st. Jude's parish.

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  9. So this explains why the Archbishop isn't Main Celebrant for Agat's Fiesta this Saturday. Father Adrian is.

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    1. PRINCESS DI, concelebrant!

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    2. LOL @ anon 11:26. Thanks for the giggles.

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    3. Hey, Father Adrian is IMPORTANT. Leave him alone .Meow.

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    4. Meow meow meow. Dislike cats .

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  10. Will the media cover his visit? Why the undisclosed location?

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  11. 11.19pm. Will the PDN cover the story.

    What is the reason for the undisclosed location. Does this mean R@rR

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  12. Tim, do you know if he will be meeting with Father Paul?

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    1. Don't forget, Father Paul's case is in Rome. Not much Nuncio can do about that. These cases take a long time and it is summer in Roma!

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    2. Correct. The Nuncio is not here to review Fr.Paul's case. He's here to review what led to it.

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    3. I don't know if Fr. Paul will be meeting him. In fact, it would be best not to speak of any priest meeting with him given the climate of fear surrounding this meeting.

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    4. Tim, will you be meeting with the Nuncio?

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    5. Not unless he asks to meet with me. Everything I know is already on the blog...almost everything :)

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    6. Tim... this is your opportunity to VOICE YOUR concerns to Archbishop Krebs... if he doesn't ask to meet w you... then you are not important. And if he asks for you then Great! You can finally get your concerns heard and possibly get the NCW out of Guam. If that happens I wonder what the neocats will do then. I wouldn't want that on my conscience ... but then again you and your timmies have no compunction. .. I post as anonymous cause I live next door to you...

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    7. I see. So you are afraid of me.

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    8. Yes...afraid of you... not a friend as I thought!

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    9. And why would I want a friend who hides behind anonymous and takes pathetic little shots at me? And unless you are protestant or Jehovah Witness you don't live next door to me. Grow up and come out of the bushes, for your own sake not mine.

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  13. Readers please study words used by Tim. So important. Delegate arrives to look at what is the cause of the problems.

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  14. No priest dare speak for fear. Groups of priests met at breakfast today surprised at the pdn and who suddenly sprung up.

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    1. nY, Manila, London. Saipan, Guam.....now I get it. Little slow, I guess.

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  15. PDN sent to Delegate.

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  16. Apostolic delegate's schedule completely changed. Fight and weather considerations. Some meetings canceled .

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    1. Fight considerations. I don't think that's a typo there.

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  17. a concern parishioner of st.joseph church.
    for so many years our church is only run by an admistrator we were never given a permanent priest we pay our dues stewardship on sunday collection and charities appeal ; then I do not understand every year seminarians are being ordained and the parishioner of inarajan were never given a priest .after all st. joseph is our patron and our universal father. .

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  18. Tim, Can you give the latest update on Archbishop Krebs visit? How long will he be here? Did he actually meet with the clergy privately without the Archbishop present?

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    1. Met two priests today...both grouchy and in a big hurry. Oh, well, maybe another time.

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    2. Interesting.....talked to two priests last night, they appeared to be very upbeat and happy.....Strange

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  19. Tim I will be back on Junglewatch for the latest update. Thanks

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