Wednesday, August 13, 2014

AB TRAVEL UPDATE

Seen at airport this morning boarding a flight to Korea. Establishing a neo community there?

48 comments:

  1. Envious meeting Pope Francis, at least they are yearning to meet the POPE. I don't see anyone organizing meeting the Pope instead of bicker at your desk the whole day.

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  2. Ok.....sitting down with my popcorn.

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  3. Maybe he "left the country!"

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  4. Maybe getting to Europe through Seoul?

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    1. Yes. On his way to Rome of course to fish in the seminary bowl. You see actually raising up real vocations at home is hard work. Easier to let Kiko do the work and then pick them up prepackaged. Kiko does the work, Archbishop gets the credit. One more vocation closer to a red hat. Too bad the Archbishop thinks so little of our own young men that he has to go fishing for boys from other countries.

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  5. The only red hat he'll be getting will have a little propeller on top. WEEEEEE!!!

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  6. Hey Tony,

    At least bring some that can speak at least half decent English, tired of trying to figure out what these neo priest are saying.

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    1. That is so true. If they can't speak English then what is the point of talking if we don't understand a word. Going through the motions!

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  7. Y na ma sen disetento hamyo todos.

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    1. Is it not disrespectful for you to accuse us of being disrespectful from behind your anonymous rock?

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    2. Che'lu gi ya 1:10p.m., Sanggani gua'na sa mampos matan Ha'ga si Jungle yan tairespectu para i tatkihilo na pa'le as archbishop. Buenti ma promesa gue cho'cho' yanggen ha sigi mohna i baba-na yan i ti magahet na kuentos. Yanggen ma na huyong i archbishop, buenti ma na halom i gayon i Jungle. Ai na linamaisen yan fanalapon i taotao siha yanggen eyo' gue i mamaila na tiempo. Atan ha sa desdi 2009 ma a'papasi si Jungle ginnen i gayu-na.

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    3. ONE Holy Catholic and Apostolic ChurchAugust 13, 2014 at 10:21 PM

      Not only is your English atrocious, but your Chamorro leaves a lot to be desired. Don't you have a Chamorro expert in one of your communities? Maybe you should ask to move to that community so you can at least learn proper Chamorro and "respect the local culture" as Pope Francis has admonished. Oh wait, you can't just move into another community without your catechist's approval, can you?!

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    4. Dear ONE, my Chamorro is not bad considering that the language had primarily been spoken where I'm from. Obviously if you spoke it fluently, you wouldn't need an expert to help you write the message you want to send. You can have your Chamorro expert translate for you if you haven't already, but my bet is that you troll this site to point out grammatical mistakes when you can't respond with valid points. My atrocious English and my less-desirable Chamorro, as you pointed out, can be improved with classes. However, there is no class in the world that can help improve your atrocious lack of charity for another, and even less-desirable sarcasm. Let's pray for each other.

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    5. At 9:19. Let's see now. You condemn someone for an "atrocious lack of charity", and then you end with "Let's pray for each other." This is so typical of kiko-speak. Do they give classes in that or something?

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    6. @AnonymousAugust 14, 2014 at 9:19 AM who's trolling? you?!
      Valid points??? Lack of Charity??? You talking about yourself?

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  8. Prayer for safe travels..

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  9. I think you've lost it Tim. Really! You've discredited all seminarians, priests and bishops, and brothers (in the Way) who -- out of their free will -- go door to door to spread the good news. It's never the work of a single person, but of the Holy Spirit. It's necessary you take some time to reflect on what your internal battles are, because it's obvious that there's no reconciliation between yourself and our heavenly father.

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    1. Rather than offer your biased psychoanalysis and judgement of my spiritual state (quite common for Kiko's) simply show me that what I have stated is false. Feel free to discredit anything I have said. Your personal attacks simply show that you can't. You have nothing else.

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    2. @ 1:58 pm ...In Diana We Trust! I just can't even think of anything to say, except that you must be kidding me, right?

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    3. 1:58....I do love my Neo brothers and sisters but you cannot go door to door and spread the half truths about the faith. Follow the corrective measures the Popes admonished Kiko Aguello on, then you can say THE HOLY SPIRIT is working in you.

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    4. HAHAHAHAhA @ In Diana We TrustAugust 13, 2014 at 1:58 PM
      Thanks, I needed a good laugh. door to door? maybe church door to church door.
      What is obvious is that you have drank too much koolaid.

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    5. TimAugust 13, 2014 at 2:11 PM,

      Many you have said are a quarter truth and their all lies. Many long winded write up. After all your in a fantasy not in reality.

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    6. Tim, thank you for standing up for the others on our island that are scared and fear retaliation and excommunication! Stay focused and seek out the truth in all the drama.

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  10. I have just learned that Tim Rohr has been on the payroll of Monsignor James Benavente since 2009 and as late as last April. This explains many things. This was never about justice or trying to right a wrong. Again, this has to do with revenge. Due to the fact that Tim was closely affiliated with Monsignor James through employment, it explains all the emotional drama and soap opera surrounding the firing of Monsignor James. It is no wonder why a blog invitation was sent out to see the exit of Monsignor James. This appears to be another conflict of interest.

    I used to watch a lot of Law and Order. And when a judge knows the person in the case, the judge would excuse himself so that any trial procedure would go on objectively without any emotional bias in it. When people are called for jury duty, they are even asked if they know any police officer. They are also asked if they know the lawyer in the prosecution or defense. Why? Because even knowing a lawyer as a friend is a conflict of interest and can sway the juror's feelings either for or against the case rather than objectively looking at the evidence presented in court. If the person is a past employee also causes a conflict of interest. Our court system is designed to ensure that there is no conflict of interest so that the person's individual rights are protected. It is clear that this never had anything to do with justice or trying to do what is right. Tim Rohr was on the payroll of Monsignor James since 2009 and as late as last April. That explains everything!

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    1. Publishing your comment for further evidence of the corrosive effects of KAKA on the brain.

      But beyond the KAKA brain, How do you explain my even more vehement support for Fr. Paul and the fact that I took pains to write a whole book about his ordeal a full year before anything came about with Msgr., and 6 months after I left the Cathedral?

      Oh you poor, poor pathetic people. And then you wonder why you are thought of as freaks.

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    2. However, I happen to think that this comment might be a farce. It is way too funny to be real. But then again...

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    3. Tim the above comment was a copy and paste from Diana's blog....used it as part of her story

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    4. So wait, you mean Tim that binge watching Law and Order doesn't make me a law expert? I'm depressed.

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    5. Anon at 3:32PM: Obtained an understanding and knowledge of law by watching Law and Order. Say what?

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    6. Mr. Tim did Anno 3:32pm, touched a soft spot? Go figure..

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    7. Helloooo Tim, your slipping. It's the latest post from your biggest fan, DIANA. LOL

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    8. She has a Law and Order degree. HAHAHAHA!

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    9. She has a Law and Order degree. HAHAHAHA!

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    10. @ In Diana We Trust: HAHAHAHA you are too funny!

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    11. No one is slipping up, maybe Tim like some of us just don't bother anymore with the other blog because it is a waste of time. Personally, I'm not into reading Diana's fiction - the real stuff is so scary enough and troublesome at that.

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    12. Anonymous @ 3:32p -- Ai adai. Just one paragraph short of almost making sense. Almost. And here we thought that Fr. Adrian was taking online courses to become a Canon Lawyer. I guess this Anonymous poster proved us all wrong! Silly Rohrbots.

      Also, so what if you were on Msgr. James' payroll? That just means you were also on the Archbishop's payroll.

      But I guess that isn't logical since someone with a Law & Order degree couldn't make the connection...

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  11. Using a Star Wars Theme:

    Kiko = Emperor
    Pius= Count Dooku
    AAA= Sith Lord Darth Apuron
    NCW= The New Empire.

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    1. How about a LOTR reference:

      Kiko = Sauron
      Gennarini= Saruman
      Pius = Grima WormTongue
      AAA = King Theoden of Rohan

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    2. Ooh, FUN!

      Harry Potter:
      KIko = Voldemort
      Gennarini = Bellatrix LeStrange
      Pius = Dementors
      AAA = Lucius Malfoy

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  12. If it is Tony going to Korea to see the Holy Father, then he should have thought it through more carefully. Certainly the Nuncio has communicated to Rome about the sad state of affairs in Guam. And after the Nuncio's visit, our glorious leader only did more to ruin unification.
    If Tony is going to Korea, then this might be his last official trip. I for one am willing to help pack all his belongings so that upon his return he can quickly move out of our home on the Hill.
    Imagine how that meeting with Pope Francis would be in Korea:
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    Bishop Tony (TB): Holy Father - how wonderful you have come to our neighborhood. You are a real inspiration to me and my flock.
    Holy Father (HF): Ah, are you from Korea? You look very much different from most of the bishops here. I see you are wearing the habit of St Francis. Are you following his rule as I have also tried to do?
    TB: No your holiness. I mean, since ordained as bishop I was forced to give up the Franciscan ways.
    HF: You were only freed from the vow of poverty so that all assets of your diocese would be held in your name. But there was absolutely nothing which required you to give up your own personal vow of poverty. It serves as a wonderful example to the people to see a humble servant of the Lord giving his all to the poor who have less. I ride the bus or subway whenever I can. How do you get around your diocese?
    TB: well, my driver takes me around in the car owned by the Archdiocese. An Equus. But not to worry. I did not spend one penny of the Archdiocese funds on the car. It was a gift!
    HF: Wonderful. A car that expensive could certainly be sold and the money could be used for many good purposes. A car of that type must be worth more than $80,000. And then you could ride the subways.
    TB: But Holy Father, in Guam we have no subways. I need to go see my people and support them. It is my calling as their bishop.
    to be continued -

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    1. Is this really true!

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  13. conclusion of Archbishop's Korea meeting with the Holy Father...

    HF: (pause) So YOU are the bishop in Guam I have seen many reports about. Why are you here in a foreign land when you have so many problems in Guam to deal with? Oh my goodness. And you say you travel to see your people but your car barely has any miles on it. If you are truly going to each parish often your car should be economical, and full of miles, even if Guam is small. Tell me, why do you insist on walking in the Way? You are the only bishop in the Catholic world to do so, and it appears to have caused great division among your clergy and even the people.
    TB: Not at all Holy Father. It is merely a few malcontents that are jealous and mean spirited. Every thing they say turns out to be a lie! There have been many fruits because of the Way. It has saved many.
    HF: My dear son. The NCW has saved no one. God has saved many. You should also be more careful about judging others, lest they also judge you. And as far as the fruits are concerned, there are over 100 movements that I take great delight with. All of them produce great fruits. The NCW has a great director of publicity in Kiko Arguello, but it is really nothing more than another movement. How are you doing as far as supporting the other movements in Guam?
    TB: Well, none of them have any lasting effect. Like the Cursillo. They are all hyped up at their Clausura, but then that quickly fades. But not so in the NCW.
    HF: Could it be that the Holy Spirit has a stronger impact on adherents in the NCW? Certainly not. The Holy Spirit was sent by our Savior for all souls, not just NCW souls. Perhaps if you supported the other movements like you obviously support the NCW you may see better results there as well. The Neo is not the only way to Christ. You must make other ways available to all people on Guam for the salvation of all souls.
    TB: But Holy Father, I need the NC. It is my spirituality, my life source. It is what gives me a feeling of belonging and acceptance.
    HF: My dear sweet son. You were called to be bishop to be a leader of all. If you have your own shortcomings that require such dedicate involvement, maybe we need to find another bishop for Guam so you can find a way to re-enter the Church when you are ready.
    TB: No Holy Father. That is not necessary. I have keys to all the Churches on Guam. My driver carries all 26 keys just in case we need to go into one.
    HF: No, my son. I am not speaking of physical entry. I am growing quite concerned for your spiritual health. I think you should go back to Guam now. I am here to spend time with the people of Korea. But rest assured, after our meeting, I will certainly sent my representative to help you discern where you should be at this point in your life. My prayers are for you and your ENTIRE diocese. Please bring them my apostolic blessings.

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  14. Father Matthew Blockley.August 14, 2014 at 1:08 AM

    Very well composed 4.44pm. So true.

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  15. Father Matthew Blockley... are you still a priest?

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