Saturday, August 9, 2014


Sorry for the run on paragraphs. That's the way most of these people write. I decided to leave it in tact as it better shows the diseased stream of consciousness. My comments in red. Enjoy. 

I have watched with dismay as some of my brothers in Christ have chosen as their enemies some of their shepherds. The vilification and character assassination tactics of these individuals and their repetition of lies in the hopes of swaying human opinions to align with their destructive agenda have greatly surprised and saddened me. [Oh. For a minute there, especially when you used the words "lies" and "character assassination" I thought you were speaking of the Archbishop.] It is Christ who unites us and it is the evil one who seeks division. Brothers, investigate facts before you make public speculations and allegations. [Yes. That would have been the advice I would have given you, especially given what you are to say next.] The Redemptoris Mater Seminary did not cost the Archdiocese one penny to establish but was a gift of God to the people of Guam bought and paid for by an anonymous Guam resident. [Ummm. Why don't you ask the Archbishop if that's true or not. Oh. On second thought. Never mind. Even though it was the Archbishop who violated the terms of the donation by revealing the identity of the donor who was NOT from Guam.] It was never nor is it now the intention of Archbishop Apuron to transfer the title of the seminary to the Neocatechumenal Way. Even if he wanted to, the statutes of the way do not allow it to hold any properties or possessions. [Wrong. Like so many of you kiko's you don't even know your own statute. Art. 4. § 2 permits the NCW to hold property under an autonomous foundation. And if it was "never the intention of Archbishop Apuron to transfer the title of the seminary" to the Neocatechumenal Way then why did the AFC write the letter below to Fr. Rodriguez?] His desire was to protect the Archdiocese from harm by incorporating each parish and entity of the Archdiocese with himself as sole executive officer so that if any lawsuit was ever brought against one of the entities, it would not affect the others. [Umm, right. Handing over title to a deca-million dollar property is "protecting the Archdiocese". Exhibit A: Kiko-think.] The person who was keeping the books for the Catholic Cemeteries quit in 2013 because she did want to be around when the improper bookkeeping practices utilized by Monsignor James were exposed. [The person keeping the books in 2013 was a "he" not a "she". And he did not "quit". The last "she" to keep the books was released by the cemetery management early in 2012 for other reasons. Wow. Can you guys get things screwed up.] Father Wadeson was accused of improper conduct over 35 years ago- as Cardinal Mahony himself has been accused. In both cases, no police report was ever filed, no lawsuit was ever initiated, and no settlement was ever asked for or made. [Then why did Archbishop Apuron strip him of his duties and why did he run?] The case with Fr. Gofigan was a matter of obedience. [The case with Fr. Gofigan was a matter of Archbishop Apuron's violation of Canon Law as clearly demonstrated by Fr. Gofigan's canon lawyer in both the Motion first presented to Archbishop Apuron and the Appeal that now awaits a verdict in Rome.]
I have been in the way [Well, that explains a lot!] and heard many catecheses and never have I once been asked for money [so you look away when the trash bag is passed?] or heard anything preached but Jesus Christ crucified and gloriously resurrected. Nothing has ever been framed in an “us and them” context. Brothers, where is this “us and them” spirit originating? [Actually try Archbishop Apuron's 2006 KOLG speech. There is plenty of "us" and "we" versus them. And that's where the "us versus them" formally started.] I would refer you to the beginning of the first letter of St. Paul to the Corinthians 1: 10-15 and to the Gospel of John 17:20-23. The Catholic Church has serious enemies laying siege to it. [Yes. Exactly.] We should not be assisting those enemies by creating divisions among us. [Agreed. So can you tell the Archbishop to lay off for a bit.] If we must have a personality cult, [Well, there you go. Someone who finally admits what the NCW is.] may our cult be in defending the Lord Jesus Christ. We have a battle to fight. Our armor is not slander and defamation. [Agreed. So please tell the archbishop to stop lying about his priests.] Our breastplate is righteousness and our helmet is salvation. Let us speak only the truth in love as Christ did and pray for our shepherds as Our Lady exhorts us to do. [Oh, so that is why you are spending time on my blog. I see. Thanks for providing a demonstration for all of us on "What is a kiko?" It's rather hard to describe.]


  1. in the words of a current pop song:

    "La la, la la la la la na na na na na,
    La la na na, la la la la la na na na na na

    Hush, don't speak
    When you spit your venom, keep it shut I hate it
    When you hiss and preach
    About your new messiah 'cause your theories catch fire

    I can't find your silver lining
    I don't mean to judge
    But when you read your speech, it's tiring
    Enough is enough

    I'm covering my ears like a kid
    When your words mean nothing, I go la la la
    I'm turning up the volume when you speak
    'Cause if my heart can't stop it,
    I find a way to block it, I go

    La la, la la la la la na na na na na
    La la na na, la la la la la na na na na na,
    I find a way to block it, I go
    La la na na, la la la la la na na na na na"

    We now only hear the TRUTH. Enough is Enough!!!

    Even a song was composed a little while back, with such explicit lyrics, as if to illustrate what's happening to our Catholic Church here on Guam. It mirrors what is really happening here. At the end of the video, a child (representing NonNeo Catholics) discovers El Tio (lord of the underworld, could also be dubbed as the NEOs KIKO) sitting immobile at the end of a tunnel. At the sight of the figure, the boy begins crying and is hugged and comforted by his companions. The men then leave, and the boy remains kneeling before the figure and singing 'La la la' with his fingers in his ears because the child still refuses to listen to El Tio, or in our case, EL KIKO!

  2. There really is no reasoning with you kiko's is there.
    Everything documented that has been put forth from this blog. all accusations and charges from the Chancery have been refuted by more than one citizen as scripture tells us, and still, you try to convince us it's not true?! Come on stop drinking the koolaid! It is obviously making you kuku.
    This is really reminding me of something out of the left behind series by another... that'll be for another day.
    WAKE UP!!

  3. It really disgusts me when someone uses Scripture as cover for the blatant injustices being wrought. What character assassinations? No one is going after the archbishop personally. We are only exposing his words, actions and behavior. If his words contradicts the facts, isn't that a lie? So, if we say the archbishop is lying, we are merely stating a factual observation, not a character assassination.

    As for the seminary, of course it costs this archdiocese money to run it. Look at some of the previous comments, and if you ask any of the fired AFC members, they will tell you that this archdiocese is supporting the RMS to the tune of several hundred thousand a year. I know because they told me. Check your facts.

    As for Fr. Wadeson, I am shocked at how you cavalierly brushed the issue away. It sounds like you know about it. Well, the Church has a zero tolerance policy on these matters(ask the archbishop) and failure to abide with that policy is a gross violation. The archbishop not only hid the history of Fr. Wadeson from the faithful, but compounded by incardinating him here without notice or any kind of due diligence. So, I guess the archbishop has a different policy for neo priests, huh? Check out what happened to Fr. Paul and you will be shocked at the hypocrisy of what the archbishop did, and now Monsignor James.

    On the cemetery books, I guess you haven't heard Mr. Rivera and other prominent financial people totally refute the archbishop's allegations of inappropriateness. The term used by Deloitte & Touche is inappropriate and not improper, which is a big difference. Please choose your words carefully.

    You say you walk in the NCW but you have never heard of the NCW ask for money. Have you been walking on Mars all this time? Are you kidding? If you are not, then you are one very lucky dude!

    You say that Jesus should be our cultic icon. I totally agree, and if you use the teachings of Jesus as the basis, do you see anything pastoral, loving, charitable, unifying, bridge-building, and decent in how the archbishop ambushed Fr. Paul and Monsignor James? If the archbishop wants us to use Jesus as the focus of our energies, then he should lead by example and become a Jesus to us.

    Courage. Ask for the Holy Spirit to illuminate you. Ash Jesus to help you discern why the Church in Guam is bitterly divided.

    1. A certain kiko says that they were never asked for money while in the Way for a long tie. We know this is a lie, but not surprised at the attempt to deflect.
      But for a moment, let's assume that this person never was asked for money. What happened to her spirit or stewardship. Does Kiko really teach that we do not need to give to the Church? If you were never asked for money you should have asked why your community was not helping support the Parish you belong to? Why are we not supporting the Seminary? Why are we not supporting the Vatican's global effort to help people who have less?
      Either way, this kiko proves that no issue is important if it sheds a bad light on the Way. Just lie or make up facts.
      Sorry kikos. we see you for what you are...a cult of lies!


  5. so the OP (original poster) posts his comment anonymously here and also sends it to the pdn, which is then shared by diana as "an excellent letter and a must read." that's an odd sequence and a rather interesting little case study in internet communications. :)