...the Seminary is canonically a public juridic person (canon 238) subject in toto to the jurisdiction of the Ordinary. Also, from a civil point of view, the Seminary is a Corporation-Sole in which the Sole-member is the Ordinary with absolute powers who remains, in any case, the exclusive holder of the Title to Property.
If this is true, and the Seminary is "subject in toto to the jurisdiction of the Ordinary" (Archbishop Apuron), then by not including the financials of the Seminary in any archdiocesan financial report, the Archbishop is PURPOSELY WITHHOLDING financial information that he has the "absolute powers" to include.
Which is it, Archbishop? Which is it? What's with all the funny business? Why the hiding? The bait and switch? The three-card monte? If you are so against gambling then show your hand. Until you do, we'll hold ours.