Wednesday, July 23, 2014

HERE, LET ME HELP.

PACIFIC DAILY NEWS, July 23, 2014: "The archdiocese was unable to answer when Wadeson was incardinated, or officially given authority, to be a priest on Guam."

Here, let me help you, archdiocese:

Most Rev. Anthony Sablan Apuron O.F.M., Cap.
Archbishop of Hagåtña
196 B Cuesta San Ramon
Hagåtña, Guam 96910

2nd October, 2000



Dear Archbishop Anthony,

May the peace of Jesus Christ be with you!

I am sorry I missed your return from Rome, and hope that you found your meetings to be a source of many blessings. When we spoke in July, we said, that on my return from Australia, we could talk concretely regarding incardination. Because I had to leave early so as to arrive in New York for the convivence of catechists I spoke to the Vicar General, Fr. David, regarding my request, and so I hope that he has spoken with you concerning this matter.

With this letter, I am asking to be considered for incardination into the Archdiocese of Hagåtña.

I have already spoken to my Provincial about this request, and am enclosing a copy of that letter for you.

Sincerely,


John Wadeson SVD

40 comments:

  1. Janet B - MangilaoJuly 23, 2014 at 1:40 PM

    Tim, you never cease to amaze me. How on earth did you get this letter? not important.
    What is important is that you kindly helped the Chancery remember what they had conveniently forgotten.
    What a bold faced lie that they could not recall when he was incardinated. Just another typical example of their web of lies!
    Time for our Archbishop to retire for medical reasons, our Chancellor to retire for mental reasons, and the Vicar General to retire just because he is allergic to work.
    Once those three leave and are replaced by loving priests and competent administrators, then the healing and building of bridges can begin. Then we will find that the Neo, in its proper place, can co-exist. That is if they are willing to follow the true Church that Jesus created, not the kiko-church some gypsy fantasized over.
    Please, Three Stooges, step down and let the bridge building begin!
    Pizza be with you!

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    1. And take pizza pie..us with you all.

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  2. Janet B - MangilaoJuly 23, 2014 at 1:42 PM

    How interesting. Fr John never spoke about any issues in LA. I wonder if this creates any liability from him in voluntarily omitting this info from his "application for employment"?

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  3. Janet B - MangilaoJuly 23, 2014 at 1:44 PM

    Archbishop Anthony - prepare for a more painful and arduous closure to your reign of terror!
    Please do not misconstrue this as a threat, but I merely use your own words of one year ago to present you an option. Just as you afforded Fr Paul with an option, you may want to seriously consider this option now while you still can. Legal action may be called for in your case.

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  4. I hope it is pursued if there is a case for legal action against the Archbishop. And no, I do not hate the Archbishop, as you Kikos will say; we just need to replace him. The Arch should get what he deserves, good or bad.

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  5. Janet B at 1:40 PM wrote exactly what I was thinking as I read this post: "Tim, you never cease to amaze me."

    Of course, "Diana" and the other Kikos/Kikobots are going to start up another round of accusations that Tim "stole" — or paid a huge sum of money (LOL) for — this October 2000 letter to Archbishop Anthony Sablan Apuron from Fr. John Wadeson, requesting to be incardinated in the Archdiocese of Agana … OR "Diana" will resurrect the accusation that Tim has violated the copyright of Fr. John Wadeson by revealing this letter to jog the selective amnesia from which the Archbishop, et al. appear to suffer.

    Either way, let their venomous and mindless blathering begin …

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    1. Of course, I did not post the actual letter, so they can say that I made it up. Let them.

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    2. Wow! Assuming that he was incardinated the same year of his letter, the Archbishop has been harboring an accused sex offender for 14 years! It is evident that the safety of our children are not a priority. Too bad for Fr. Paul that he was ousted for the very same reason and the Archbishop fails to see the same problem in himself.
      Tim, I encourage you to post the actual letter. By any chance do you have the letter from Fr. John's provincial? It would be interesting to read what he wrote about him.

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    3. Yes. But I'm just waiting for the Kiko's to call me a liar. I had so much fun last time.

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    4. Haha! I love it!

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    5. PDN news break says Father Wadeson left.

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    6. He probably left today. What would you do?

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    7. Leave on a jet plane...with pocket money from Arch.

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    8. 14 years Harboring. Remember 14.

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  6. We'll come on you Kiko's...start it up so we can see the letter. :)

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  7. STOP GIVING MONEY! Rome will take notice once the Church starts to hurt financially. Then they will have no choice but to remove the cause (Tony). Without him, the Kiko leaches are insignificant on our island.

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    1. Kikos insignificant until we have to sue to get Yona property back.

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    2. Seemingly insignificant Kikos, until we have to sue to get Yona property back. Just struck me as I typed Kiko.....who would follow someone with that name?

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    3. Rome will not notice if our diocese goes broke. Rome will notice when the publicity gets too bad to ignore.

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    4. Bad publicity = broke! Broken leadership and finance.

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  8. Travel advisory: More fun in the Philippines!
    No need to travel, it is much more fun here in the Archdiocese.

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    1. More fun in Tagatay.

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    2. 15 years aaa knew about wadeson.

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  9. Aside from his accusations in LA as a religious he should not have been walking...he should have been in community with svd brothers...goes for you too. Br. Tony.

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  10. Archbishop, don't you have somewhere to go...the longer you stay, the more trouble you get into. Stay away from Israel could be more dangerous than Guam.

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  11. Tim Rohr you are an amazing person for seeking truth. God Bless.

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    1. I take no credit. There are hundreds of people who have been storing up their anger for decades. I haven't had to research a thing. They simply send it to me and I post. And you should see some of things I don't post...at least not yet!

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    2. Tim, I believe you.

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  12. Wow!! I pray every day that tony will make the best decision for the people of Guam. He helps this priest and our very own local priests who care about the people they serve go unappreciated! How can you do this tony to your own people?! How could you do this to Father Paul whose only action was to bring people closer to the church. WHAT IS NEXT???????? The only step to take is to reinstate Fr. Paul....WHAT A BUNCH OF HYPOCRITES. It is no wonder others call Catholic hypocrites. YOU, tony, need to step down and let those who care take over...BUILDING BRIDGES, huh?

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    1. One Baptist lady told me her church service is now divided in two separate ones. TV, and speakers in the corridor...overflow crowd. Why don't they rent out space at the Cathedral? Practically empty at 9:30 am Sunday. Sad results of lack of leadership and division. Clap, clap, clap...most people not goin for it.

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  13. I commend you MR Ruhr I won't call the arch bishop a bishop bcuz he doesn't practice what he preaches he not a friendly person it sad that they remove father Paul from Santa Barbara he has done a lot for the parish of dededo.....things have changed since father Paul was remove our lord Jesus Christ knows sees listen to all things that are happening everything is recorded by our lord Jesus Christ MR tony apron u should do the right thing and give your title to someone that follows and obey bcuz you don't practice what u preach no one perfect no one above the law not even you....

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  14. This Archbishop continues to amaze me as he gets caught up even more in his web of lies. I can’t believe the Chancery couldn’t provide the PDN information regarding when Fr. Wadeson was incardinated on Guam. The letter provided by Tim clearly points out that it had to be sometime in 2000. It’s also interesting that nothing in Fr. Wadeson’s letter to the Archbishop even hints of any trouble he may have been involved in, i.e., allegations of child molestation while connected to the Archdiocese of Los Angeles. It has been reported that these credible allegations occurred sometime in the 1990’s and although Fr. Wadeson has never undergone any adjudication of these allegations, the Los Angeles Archdiocese determined them to be credible enough to take the action of banning him from priestly duties. I also find it hard to believe that Archbishop Apuron didn’t know of these allegations at the time he incardinated Fr. Wadeson. If this is the case which I believe it to be, it means that this priest, Fr. Wadeson, has been connected (incardinated) with the diocese of Guam for the past 14 years and for the past 14 years, Archbishop Apuron has allowed him to be a member of the Guam clergy knowing full well that he had credible history of child molestation while under the Archdiocese of Los Angeles. How could this happen? Everybody can see the hypocracy of this action (accepting a credibly accused child molester) after what was done to Fr. Paul, who merely extended charity and compassion to a man and his family. Sure the man was convicted of a sexual crime perpetrated against an adult woman 30 years ago for which he served prison time but he did not deserve to be identified and publicly humilated.

    Archbishop Apuron, I think it’s time for you know that your credibility as Guam’s spiritual leader is rapidly eroding and more and more of the Catholic faithful no longer trust and believe in you as a true and faithful father and sheppard leader of the flock. You have caused a deep division within the Church between Neocatechumenal Way Members and those of us who are not. You have clearly shown who you favor by your own involvement as a NCW member. It may be time for you to seriously think of resigning and allow Rome to appoint a new bishop that you have no involvement in selecting.

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    1. Right. How can a Diocese have so bad a record/accounting system that, the information requested cannot be located? Come on be for real, you people are charged with recording the life of every Catholic on the island regarding sacraments, and all of a sudden you cannot find the records of an incardinated priest?!?! Same goes for the financial information, it was said that Deacon Kim said at that meeting that currently the archdiocese is "in-auditable". Really? a multi-million dollar entity's record keeping system is so bad that you cannot tell me where all this money that the faithful of the archdiocese gives goes to?
      Clearly, all these things show that there is a problem with the governance of this diocese. Archbishop Krebs are you listening?

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  15. Priests who spoke at the closed door meeting with Archbishop Krebs are in danger.

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  16. Janet B - MangilaoJuly 24, 2014 at 11:39 AM

    We the people will protect them. Ole Archie caught us by surprise with Fr Paul, but we have been uniting for a year now since that tragic day. Going against another priest for speaking the truth (especially when the Chancery spews constant lies) will be their ultimate down fall. I thought the Nuncio said to build bridges. If Archie and the boys on the Hill do anything against non-neo priests there will be massive bridge burning.
    Take heed and leave are local priests alone Archbishop!!!!!

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    1. I think our priests would not be bullied easily this time. Fr. Paul fought back. The Archbishop should think twice doing something similar. We want Fr. Paul back.

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    2. In the 50's GUAM had an abundance of coco birds. Then the brown tree snakes was introduced to our island and ate most of these birds. In the 2000's the rhino Beatle was introduced into our island and our coconut trees were eaten up by these bugs. In the 60's Guam had an abundance of beautiful flame trees but were ravaged by bugs introduced into our island. In the years prior to 2012 GUAM had an abundance of Catholics who donated generously to the church. Like the bugs that destroyed our flame trees, the rhino beetles that are eating away our coconut and beetlenut trees and the brown tree snakes that destroyed the population of the ko'ko birds, the NEOS have come like predators in the night to feed on TROUBLE CATHOLICS! They infected GUAM with the disease called Kikolitist. All infected should be rounded up and led to the CHANCERY for QUARANTINE purposes. Drs. APURON, QUITUGUA, and CRISTOBAL will also need to be QUARANTINED. This disease can be measured by the decline of the Annual Appeal, so as to include the Sunday donations. Those of us not infected with the Kikolitist disease must inoculate ourselves from this infection so that our Catholic Beliefs, Catholic culture and traditions will not be lost in this WIPEOUT!

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    3. Janet B, there will be some more booms before the Big Bang! Pray for our priests.

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  17. ... and after the quarantine, here's an effective Kiko Pest Control:

    Keep The Catechism of The Catholic Church beside you and be familiar with it; seek out authentic Catholic Faith teachings; maintain loyalty and faithfulness to Magisterium of The Catholic Church; continue spiritual devotion to and reliance on our Blessed Virgin Mary and the Saints and our tradition of Novenas to our BVM and praying for our beloved deceased; attend authentic "Holy Sacrifice of the Mass" on Sundays, holydays of obligaton and weekdays at non-neo Parish, and finally -- and not the least but in fact, the most immediate and effective kiko pest control -- refrain from donating and supporting the ncw (especially thru the AAAppeal) and do financially support your local non-neo Parish, and with charity welcome ncw members to your non-neo Parishes.

    Regular and consistent applicaton of these kiko pest control steps will keep the pesky kikos at bay!

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