Sunday, July 20, 2014

WILL THEY TAGAYTAY BLOCKLEY?

Taal Volcano near Tagaytay
Some of you have seen the name of Fr. Matthew Blockley assigned to some of the comments and have asked who he is? Part of his history is easy to find out on the Internet. The other part is not. 

You will soon hear about that other part. But meanwhile, be apprised that the Chancery Three will do everything they can to discredit him, including giving him the Tagaytay treatment...if they haven't started already. Oh, and remember, the Archbishop said "gossip is evil." 

11 comments:

  1. If the three on the hill think they want to
    tagaytay Blockley, they should remember the adage:"don't throw stones if you live in a glass house".
    Specialy the two stooges. When your closet if full of skeletons you don't make threats.
    Many of their classmates in the priesthood on Guam might be bound to obey or be silent. That does not include many that chose not to be priest and are revolted by their actions. These people just need a little push to come forward. I know a 1/2 dozen that are chomping at the bits.... wanna go down that way?

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    1. Frenchie...all will come clean. We have to make a new start. This is all so hard and tiring...we have to experience the cross to experience Resurrection.

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  2. Whatxdoes that mean

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    1. Thinking you know @2:28 pm

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    2. http://www.junglewatch.info/2014/06/the-illegitimate-removal-of-fr-paul.html

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  3. Confidence in God.

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  4. If Diana is a young woman in her early twenties, a woman and not a man and not a priest, then WHERE DOES SHE GET HER IDEAS? "



    " Disobedience has always been a cause of division or separation starting with the disobedience of Adam and Eve, and it has not changed. Look at what the disobedience of that offending priest did who recorded a closed meeting and then gave the transcript to the jungle. Because of his disobedience, he has compromised the trust of his brothers. Not knowing who the culprit was, each priest can easily look at each other with suspicion, and they will worry about the letters they write and whether their words are being recorded. This distrust caused by the offending priest further divides his brothers.


    AnonymousJuly 20, 2014 at 10:10 PM
    How do you know it was recorded! You must have inside information too, a leak!


    DianaJuly 20, 2014 at 10:36 PM
    Dear Anonymous at 10:10 p.m.,

    It is obvious from the jungle that there was also a recording because Tim Rohr put Archbishop Apuron's and Archbishop's Krebs words in quotes "word for word" regarding the gag order.

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    1. There was no order not to tell the laity about the meeting. The recommendation to keep it to themselves came from one of the priests close to the end of the meeting. The Archbishop then merely expressed his personal wish that he didn't want it spread around, but there was no order. Archbishop Krebs also merely agreed but added that the people will know. Diplomat that he is, he did not want to contradict the Archbishop in front of his own priests. Krebs knew that the the content of the meeting involved the fate of the Church on Guam and that we had a right to know what it was they were discussing. This is why he said the people will know. He did not say they shouldn't know.

      And so how does Diana know that what I put in quotes was "word for word", unless "she" heard them "herself"??

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    2. BINGO! Tim! She, a young woman in her early twenties, a woman and not a man and not a priest DID HEAR THE WORDS. Dopey Diana.

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  5. Why so much secrecy? We are all Catholics, anything the church discusses should be open to the parishioners. We are paying their payroll. There should be a board made of parishioners and not just Neo. These board should be voted in by parishioners. Any meetings they hold should be published and opened the parishioners. When there is money involved, one person should not be in charged to spend the donations. Otherwise the church is runned like a communist country

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  6. Aaah, "Tagaytay" Blockley, I get it! Tagaytay: to publicly and maliciously defaming your children and subordinates by gossiping, then lying about "not actually saying it," only to find out that there is clip of your super irritating voice!

    Archbishop Anthony can "Tagaytay" anyone all he wants. We do not care about his gossiping and evil stories. Such an example to talk about his "children's sins" with others, instead of gossiping behind their backs. Shame on you!!!

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