Saturday, July 5, 2014

REALLY?

So you called the PDN to find out who placed the ad? Really? You really expected them to violate their ethics and reveal their customers? The PDN apparently has ethics. Sad the chancery doesn't.

P.S. Not even the PDN knows. There are two intermediaries between the ad and those who paid for it. But, really? How pathetic. You guys are your own mafia.

Hmmmm. Well isn't that ominous. The number of page views exactly when I made this post:


15 comments:

  1. "Desperate times call for desperate measures" — sounds like the Chancery is in the throes of despair. Maybe they didn't get "Diana's" message of "Courage"?

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  2. So did they task Ms. Dulla to call the PDN? Why not task her instead to publish a rebuttal since they already know she has a knack for spinning the truth. Seriously what are all you sorry NeoCats afraid of? You toot your horns so proudly and then when you get caught with your pants down or dare I say "caught with your hands in the cookie jar" you all scream blasphemy. It's not blasphemy to speak the truth even if it is against this Archbishop or this Archdiocese. The days are drawing near and the arrogance now better known as the 3 stooges will meet its humility. I personally feel that as God forgives, so should we, but how can we forgive without a confession? Now the Local Ordinary wants to meet? Seems like another ploy to settle out of court or make payment for silence. Sorry AASA...you and your minions brought this upon yourselves and you should all answer for it accordingly.

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  3. Wow, they called the pdn to find out who placed the ad. Diana must be worried she has been asking the priests who placed the ad. Some names she has already.

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  4. Honestly Diana is asking clergy today.. She believes it may even be financed from Manila.

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  5. Diana go to your office and prepare for Eucharist tonight.

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  6. Something has caused a problem in the chancery since Wednesday morning.

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    1. As my Grandma used to say, " no rest for the wicked". @3:44

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  7. Reported archbishop has stress related sickness caused by junglewatch comments.

    Archbishop requests to end the comments for one week.

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    1. Catholics UnitedJuly 5, 2014 at 8:57 PM

      Funny!

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    2. That's a trick my mother used to play with me when I was naughty. Hold her heart and fall on the sofa!!! No comments for a week? Have to think it over. If I see the EQUUS on the road, I'll know it's not true. What do you think Tim...that would give you a break. A week is a long time. Shuffling bags of money, transferring properties....

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    3. Looked for,the archbishop tonight could not see him to check out this sickness statement why would the archbishop want a week of no comments. Will find the answer tomorrow.

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  8. Will see how he looks this weekend.

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    1. If he celebrates 9:30. Fr. Michael Jucatan Mass lately. Deacon Steve homilist. Good solution guys.

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    2. Was thinking that JW would not make 500,000 pageviews....but now, oh yeah.

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  9. Arch was in his car tonight.

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