Friday, July 4, 2014

NOW AVAILABLE! TARGET EQUALS PRIEST

What do you know? Just in time for a FOURTH OF JULY SALE. Just received final formatted version from my e-publisher this morning! 


NOTE!
ALL PROCEEDS FROM THE SALE OF THIS BOOK WILL BE GIVEN TO FR. PAUL GOFIGAN TO ASSIST HIM WITH HIS LIVING EXPENSES AND LEGAL FEES. 
Purchasers may set their own price. 


Fr. Paul Gofigan was the pastor of the largest parish on the island of Guam. He was also one of the few pastors left on the island who resisted the advance of the Neocatechumenal Way, a cultic international organization that had cultivated heavy influence with corrupt Vatican officials as well as many of the world's bishops, including Guam's. It was only a matter of time before the Archbishop of Guam would be ordered by his Neocatechumenal masters to crush Fr. Paul. That time arrived on July 16, 2013. At a meeting with the Archbishop, Fr. Paul was ordered to resign as pastor, locked out of his office, stripped of his priestly faculties, publicly replaced, ordered to vacate his place of residence, and banished from the diocese. The Archbishop expected Fr. Paul to just go away. He didn't. This is the story.


  • This book is first being made available as an eBook in a variety of formats including PDF, mobi for Kindle, ePub for Nook, and Google Play. 
  • A print version will soon be made available. 
  • If you wish a hard copy now, purchase the PDF format, download, and print.
  • By purchasing at this LINK you will be allowed to set your own price, though the site will ask you to set up a free account. 
  • Proceeds from the sale of this book will be given to Fr. Paul to help him with his living expenses and legal fees.
  • If you would like to support the author's work who is also the administrator of this blog, a separate contribution may be made here.

14 comments:

  1. To the brothers walking in the Way and especially to our Archbisop, take courage. You are never alone. God always chooses the weak, the poor, the handicap, the shy ones, the most humbled, and even the worst sinner as His chosen ones to lead. He does this so that He uses our weaknesses to manifest His power and strength. God is always by our side especially during these times of difficulties and persecution. He has armed us with the divine gift of fortitude, which is why the slogan and motto of the Neocatechumenal Way is "courage." Courage because families are in mission in foreign countries away from friends and job securities. Courage because mission priests and seminarians are being sent off to evangelize to bring people to Jesus Christ. Courage because even our seminarians from foreign lands are being ridiculed and discriminated due to their language. Courage because we are being ridiculed, taunted, and scandalized by others. THANKS DI, GLAD 'Your' back blogging, or is it slogging. Who made you the cheerleader for the PERSECUTED.? Sorry for your troubles. Take YOUR responsibility for your part, ok? Don't pontificate; doesn't become a woman like you.

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    1. What a hellish twisting of the truth, Anon 1:10pm! So those members of the Archbishop's flock who are asking for accountability in everything from finances to doctrinal teaching and clerical lifestyles are persecutors?!? On the contrary, they are the powerless ones, the ones speaking truth to power. And truth is on the march.

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    2. Chuck this is copy/paste of Diana's post today!, read the end.

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    3. Correct. But I myself had to carefully read. When copying a post it is best to offset it in quotes and even better to preface the source. It's too easy to get it confused.

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    4. Still, Chuck is correct..hellish twisting of the truth. Nice goin Diana.

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  2. To AnonymousJuly 4, 2014 at 1:10 PM, typical NCW mumbo jumbo.
    One thing, show me a case where these foriegn seminarians are being discriminated because of thier language? The chamorro people along with our fellow Guamanians have bent over backwards to welcome these young men into our parishes and homes, only to be told that we have no faith because we don't follow the kikokuku way. Remember that you didn't find us out in the road somewhere, we were in church when you came and disrupted our Holy Sacrifice of the Mass. cut the crap ...
    If you come to a place to preach the gospel it would behoove you to speak the spoken language. but instead you hold on to your own language trying to bash us because we don't understand you??!! Tell me again how you're embracing Pope Francis message to embrace and respect the cultures of those whose land you are entering? cut the crap...

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  3. Need hard copies.

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    1. For now, download the PDF and print. There are some typos and other things that need to be addressed before we go to hard copies. We needed to get the digital version out asap due to the crisis in this diocese coming to a head. I am working on hard copies.

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  4. So true. When neo came to Guam we were in our parish praying at our mass. They came in like a bull in a china shop and destroyed our most precious pots, our faith. Guam has no need for this group or the seminary. Archbishop with all due respect you should ask them to leave our island home. If you do not then we may have to ask the Holy See to remove you.

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    1. Guam is too small to ever be able to have educational, monetary, or even sufficient students to support a major seminary. Let's call it a failed experiment. Lots of schools have closed before. We need an Archbishop with some administrative skills..not just a singer.

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  5. Close the seminary. If he refuses then we stop the money flowing.

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  6. We need to join force and remove archbishop Apuron.

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    1. You're right! Removing Archbishop Apuron will also help us get rid of the NCW Kikobots
      and help us get the financial information we are asking but will never get from Archie Apuron.

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  7. One is being persecuted if he was being attacked or criticized for speaking the truth. If one does not speak the truth, the criticism is a correction, not persecution. So, for all of my fellow brothers in the NCW, you are not being prosecuted. You are being corrected, and as any good student would do, you learn and correct yourself. Courage!

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