Tuesday, July 29, 2014

NO ONE CAN GET ME - Archbishop Apuron


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  1. Put white ribbons on your car antenna when you join the prayer service this afternoon to signify our quest for the truth. Even if you are not joining, put white ribbons to signify your solidarity with us.

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  2. Put your names after your comments!

    We can no longer be Anonymous! Put some weight on your statements and let it stick!

    -AlexM.

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  3. The arch makes me think of Reagan and the odd things he did/said before he was diagnosed with Alzheimer's. The arch's odd behavior makes me think he is mentally off or perhaps having strange mental side effects from his medications. I am serious when I say he needs a mental health evaluation and a re-examination of the side effects of his current meds.

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  4. Comment by eileenbb made by Eileen Benavente- Blas. Want to acknowledge my comments!

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  5. Please let's all sign our names and stand united for truth and justice in our beloved church.

    Father Matthew Blockley.

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  6. For those encouraging others to sign their names, may I suggest that you choose the option of "Name/URL" in the drop-down menu and type your name in the "Name Box" (ignore the URL) and click on "Continue" instead of scrolling down to "Anonymous" and then typing your name at the end of the comment. It would really help to see more names and fewer "Anonymous" labels associated with the comments.

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    1. Gerald A. TaitanoJuly 31, 2014 at 3:59 AM

      Mary Lou, thank you for that tip.

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  7. I would also encourage posting comments in the mInstream media. We are preaching to the choir here. It will also show the hillbilly goats that we are out there and not just lurking in the jungle.

    Teri

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    1. So important! !! It is flooded by neo testimonials! !! CATHOLICS UNITE NOW!

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    2. Duly noted, Teri — I am working on something now and will submit it ASAP.

      Thank you for the reminder

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  8. Hi, Tim. I was wondering if you know how I can make donations to Father Paul? Thanks!

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    1. He's a "priest in residence" at Tamuning parish. So I believe you can send him a personal check or drop it off to the office there. I'll see if I can find out something more.

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