Saturday, July 5, 2014

YES, LET'S MEET. WHAT ELSE DO YOU HAVE?

The following note is fake. But no matter. The post was not important...other than to show that there are a lot people who are very upset by the Archbishop's stonewalling of his own people. Oh, and P.S. to Mr. Apuron. Your note is fake because this post was originally made today at 11:03 am, and you've been "monitoring this for about a week." Right.

Anonymous has left a new comment on your post "YES, LET'S MEET. WHAT ELSE DO YOU HAVE?":
Buenas Mr. Rohr,

As I look at this post and monitoring this for about a week, I am truly sad. But in kind, I ask that you take this posting of my brothers house. My name is Jose Apuron originally from Guam but my parents moved to Las Vegas in the 1990s. I have not told my brother Anthony about this recent post but I ask you to please take this down. It may cause chaos to my family here in Las Vegas. My brother Anthony is not the bishop. My Parents named him after Saint Anthony because my brother was sick when he was little and my parents prayed for his intercession. 

Thank you Mr. Rohr and may God bless you.

Jose S. Apuron- Las Vegas, Nevada 


8 comments:

  1. Diana: One of the anonymous posters above mentioned that Tim Rohr is behind Concerned Catholics. This might be a reason why the Archbishop wants to meet them. He probably wants to see if Tim Rohr or Chuck White is behind Concerned Catholics. In other words, Concerned Catholics may only be Tim Rohr's group. ". Tim Rohr, chuck White The Arcbishop can smell you rats a mile away. DIANA HAS TRAPPED YOU BOTH! Just like she got Fr. Paul ...now you will stop the damage you are doing ....your golden throats are under the heel of the feared PRINCESS DIANA.

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    1. Yes, isn't that just like DIANA. Pizza.

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    2. But here, let me make it easy for Diana, et. al.

      If I wanted to take out an ad in the PDN and say what the Concerned Catholics said, why would I need to hide? I have already made the demand on my website. I am already the most visible person in this archdiocese in this controversy. In fact, not only would I NOT want to hide, I would PROUDLY put my name on it. In fact, Diana has accused me of pride because I already PROUDLY put my name on my statements.

      But how funny, Ms. Anonymous "himself" is concerned about who is behind Concerned Catholics. Why not just be concerned about doing the right thing by the people of this archdiocese and publish the financial statement like every other diocese in the world. We know why. Don't we!

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  2. Buenas Mr. Rohr,

    As I look at this post and monitoring this for about a week, I am truly sad. But in kind, I ask that you take this posting of my brothers house. My name is Jose Apuron originally from Guam but my parents moved to Las Vegas in the 1990s. I have not told my brother Anthony about this recent post but I ask you to please take this down. It may cause chaos to my family here in Las Vegas. My brother Anthony is not the bishop. My Parents named him after Saint Anthony because my brother was sick when he was little and my parents prayed for his intercession.

    Thank you Mr. Rohr and may God bless you.

    Jose S. Apuron- Las Vegas, Nevada

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  3. When I read the original post, it sounded like Tim Rohr was willing to give the Archbishop the benefit of the doubt by stating "… maybe it's not the same Anthony S. Apuron." Out of curiosity I "googled" the words "Anthony S. Apuron," (in quotes) to search for that specific phrase. Naturally the first entries reflected the name is that of the Archbishop. Further down, whitepages.com lists "Anthony S. Apuron" as living in Las Vegas, NV and having lived in Santa Ana, CA and in Hagatna, GU.

    After numerous entries reflecting the name to be that of the Archbishop, I found that lasvegas.blockshopper.com reveals the sale of property in 2013: "Anthony S. Apuron sold a four-bedroom, three-bath home at #### Livorno Ave., in Las Vegas (Unincorporated), to XXXXXXXX for $290,000 on Dec. 6. Built in 2001, the 2,558-square-foot, one-story home last sold for $237,711 in April 2001."

    Whether or not the request to remove the original post was made by someone whose real name is Apuron, it was clearly a bogus comment, just like Archbishop Apuron's "case" against Fr. Paul Gofigan is a bogus one built on a foundation of lies. While the identity of the former "Apuron" cannot be verified, we all know the identity of the latter "Apuron" — the Archbishop who mocked Cardinal Arinze's credentials, the Archbishop who threatened Filipino priests would need to return to the Philippines if they did not support NCW, the Archbishop who lied and tried to play fast and loose with Canon Law in his effort to get rid of Fr. Paul and who implied that Fr. Paul was involved in a homosexual relationship with a married man — is one that can be and has been verified.

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  4. You are right Mary Lou, this may be a bogus post! St. Anthony is the Patron Saint for lost things, etc. I also learned sometime ago he was the also the patron saint for fishermen. Why wants the "Anthony" named after a Saint who is the Patron Saint for certain illness or difficult moments such as St. Jude, San Toque, San Ramon, St Martin de Pores (sp)', Something is not right here! I will check my contact in Vegas and will get back to you! For Diana she quotes Kiko and says have Courage, for those in the jungle I say HAVE and KEEP the FAITH!

    God bless you all

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  5. Amen Mary Lou. Excellent research. No doubt at all archbishop Anthony sablan Apuron ofm cap Metropolitian archbishop of Agana Guam USA was the owner of the said property.

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