On Jul 15, 2014, at 6:13, John Howard Wadeson <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
I am told that details of our meeting with the Nuncio yesterday have been posted on a blog. I want to express my deep concern and hurt concerning this, especially since the Nuncio explicitly requested this not be done, and we gave our assent to this request. I consider this a grave violation of our privacy, an act of blatant disobedience, a deliberate break of communion.
I also appreciate the presence of our Archbishop at these meetings, and hope there is no thought of ever precluding him from our discussions. In a family conversation no one is every excluded, and as a Church we have the benefit of the Holy Spirit in our midst to bring healing and understanding. If some do not feel free to speak in front of the Archbishop, this is certainly not the problem of the Archbishop. Even in matters of disagreement, the Archbishop has always expressed an open heart and a pastoral and fatherly concern towards me and all others.
The real battle we are fighting is not against each other, but against Satan and all his wiles. He is the one who can fool us all to make us turn against each other.
Fr. John Howard Wadeson
Redemptoris Mater Seminary
130 Chalan Seminariu
Ilig Bay, Yoña 96915GUAMMicronesia+1-671-789-2400
The following clergy have no faculties to minister (no permission to exercise the priestly office) in the Archdiocese of Los Angeles. Please call the Parish Office and/or the Vicar for Clergy Office should they present themselves for any ministry here.
- Rev. John Howard Wadeson Archdiocese of Agaña, Guam
Oh, and here's one more. It says it all: