Wednesday, August 6, 2014

DEAR ARCHBISHOP APURON, BY NOW, YOU SHOULD HAVE RECEIVED MY LETTER.

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21 comments:

  1. Well, if the Neos can't launder their cash here, there's always Turks and Caicos. Oh wait...

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  2. Ouch, ouch ouch!!! aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaannnnd the other shoe drops!

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  3. Does this take the cake.? Talk about financial mismanagement. What is good for Msgr Benavente should be good for you. You should step down before we have to pack your belongings and trash it outside the chancery.

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  4. ......BOON PANES ! AGAIN?......this one can never learn!.....or maybe someone's intercepting mails...and very hard to translate in english?...especially those pesky canon laws...huh?

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  5. I don't understand all the misdirection and misinformation that has been offered to us from the Chancery, while there is a clear and concise paper trail that disputes so much!
    No more press releases! Just fix the problem now! And do it with truth, integrity and through the Holy Spirit!

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  6. How will the archbishop explain this??? Why did he not submit the financial reports as required by canon law? I shudder to think of what might really be behind his lack of compliance.
    Eileen Benavente-Blas

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  7. And to think that Diana never posted my comment on obedience on the Archbishop's part under her Title...The Church's Authority or Your Own Authority. These people need to reflect and see the light.

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    1. Anonymous (August 6, 2014 at 4:26 PM), it took me a long time — slow learner that I am! — to realize that "Obedience," one of "Diana's" favorite keywords, is a one-way street. The Road of Obedience is one where priests must keep their "vows of obedience" to Archbishop Anthony Sablan Apuron — especially where the NCW is concerned! — because Apuron was handpicked by God. It seems that the Archbishop only has to be "obedient" to the Pope — and, of course, to Kiko via his catechist(s) — and nobody else. Thus, he was able to ignore the directives of Cardinal Arinze in 2006 and Archbishop Balvo in 2011-2012.

      Let's face the truth — the only real "authority" that "Diana" accepts is anything related to affirming the NCW; therefore, "Diana" accepts the "authority" of Archbishop Apuron, "her" catechists and the "endorsements from 5 Popes."

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  8. Woot!, Woot!
    can you say hypocrite.

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  9. From Page 2:
    Therefore, what the Congregation for the Evangelization of Peoples is now requesting is neither a punitive measure nor interference with your role as a diocesan bishop but only what the Archdiocese of Agana should have already been sending each year.

    I'm thinking there was a protest letter preceding this one. Why else would Archbishop Balvo introduce this clarification? Did not Catholics United just repeat the Archbishops same request?

    Enlightening!

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  10. Thunder from Down UnderAugust 6, 2014 at 5:39 PM

    Please read with an Aussie accent -
    Crikey mates. That bloke the Archbishop has certainly bitten off farrrrrr more than he can chew! It is like he wants a billabong to jabberwocky his bloody roo.
    Poor chap really needs some help!
    Somebody buy him a pass on the aeroplane and we'll give refuge in the opal mines down under. With a head that haaard he could make a great chipper tool.
    I don't know what that Neo is you all are jabbering about, but please leave that in Guam. We have enough problems here with our own great white sharks!

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    1. Thunder from Down Under like the Chip n Dale male dancers? OOOOO my!

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  11. Janet B - MangilaoAugust 6, 2014 at 6:14 PM

    Oh My Tony (OMT) - this is too funny. Caught doing exactly what you fired Monsignor James for - mismanagement.

    You have a serious leak in the Chancery roofing system, because no lies remain secret anymore. As soon as something juicy comes through the walls, it magically finds its way to the Jungle.

    And, so, here are the words you dread most...
    What could possibly be next?
    I can hardly wait to see.

    BTW, I do give Tony a great deal of credit. With all the things that have gone on so far, Tony has shown himself to be amazingly fit, great stamina. No man I know can stand so much constant pain as our Tony. Maybe its true what he says...he has the heart of a 16 year old,
    (and the intelligence of one, too!)
    To all the 16 year olds in the world - my apologies!

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  12. Fr.Matthew Blockley.August 6, 2014 at 6:21 PM


    Apostolic Delegate . Your letters mean nothing to archbishop apuron. He feels he is above the law of Guam, the law of the church, and yes even above natural law. Archbishop Apuron told us, " No one can touch him" Not even the Apostolic Delegate. Sorry Archbishop Krebs same applies to you. Archbishop Apuron has placed himself as the law of God. Why. Because with Kiko he feels he can do what the hell he wants.

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  13. Fr.Matthew Blockley.August 6, 2014 at 6:24 PM


    Canon law means nothing to archbishop Apuron. His law is Apuron law. built on self ego and vanity. all about the me me me. his only interest is money for himself.

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  14. Archbishop Balvo,

    Please stop persecuting Archbishop Apuron with your letters and lies and trying to destroy the catholic faith.

    Joy and Peace!

    Disrespectfully signed

    The Guam NCW

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    1. Clearly you have been brainwashed! Archbishop Balvo has been delegated to inform, and instruct ALL Dioceses about how to be in compliance with Canon Law! If you read the letter in full, Guam is among several dioceses who is not in compliance?. He is not persecuting AA! Our Arch is doing it to himself by ignoring Canon Law.

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    2. Janet B - MangilaoAugust 7, 2014 at 9:09 AM

      This is actually a very sad commentary on the fruits of the kikos. Anonymous August 6, 2014 at 8:08 PM said: "Archbishop Balvo, Please stop persecuting Archbishop Apuron with your letters and lies and trying to destroy the catholic faith. Joy and Peace!
      Disrespectfully signed
      The Guam NCW"
      Because they are exposed to lies so often, they quickly learn that it is ok to lie, as long as it leads to the end goal. They see it from their catechists and responsibles, they see it from their brother Tony-Baloney, they see it from Adrian, David, et al. It just seems very acceptable for kiko leaders to lie. Therefore, even good neos, after enough time, soon can fall prey to this axis of evil. To lie is to strive for a greater goal. So it is natural then, that when a real man of integrity, like the Nuncio, speaks, they just assume it is another lie.
      To all the good neos in the kiko way, please remember that the Church is good, and that people expect integrity and leadership from the leaders. Expect this from your own leaders, and tell them you want them to stop this foolishness. You are there, you can make a change, but you have to speak out before you,too, start to think that real Church leaders lie.
      I pray for you to have strength.

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  15. What I find intriguing is that Archbishop Balvo doesn't sign his name with "Most Revered....then proceed to write his full name (include the middle name), then last name, then order, then degrees" unlike Guams Archbishop. Balvo is a cool smart dude. Just +Charles D. Balvo. Very humble. I wish I could say the same for The Most Reverend Archbishop Anthony Sablan Apuron, OFM Cap., D.D. Who signs it all this way and expects to be addressed this way. Ego anyone?

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  16. Fr. Matthew blockley.August 6, 2014 at 9:19 PM


    I have not seen any openings on the live feed from Kenya. So 8.08pm you can safely assume that the good Archbishop Balvo has not and will not read your message.However, by some remote chance that Arcbishop Balvo reads your comment I doubt he will see his letters as a persecution of archbishop Apuron. archbishop Balvo is simply following the law that keeps order in our church. Disorder has evolved on Guam simply because archbishop Apuron has freely chosen not to follow canon law . This is the very reason why Guam is now in a state of inept leadership. Have a beautiful evening and remember Jesus Loves you. Clap clap.

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  17. These words just clamor for attention: "... When the diocesan finance council is asked to give its consent, the diocesan bishop is to receive the consent of an absolute majority of those present, and if he acts against this consent, he does so INVALIDLY (my emphasis)." In the lay world, the appropriate word would be ILLEGAL and the Arch would be brought down and thrown into jail far more swiftly! So the only way to bring him down is to bombard Archbishop Krebs with a multitude of letters of complaints!

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