Sunday, August 3, 2014

KEEP OUT!

Seminary gates. You think maybe they're "xenophobic", Pius? Archbishop has locked his gates too. Said someone slashed his tires. Right....




25 comments:

  1. Tim, I saw some European males (most likely Neo's seminarians) trying to hide the last few copies of the Eighteen Sunday in Ordinary Time Flyer (dated July 27, 2014) at the Cathedral. The flyer had a picture of two people tearing our Church apart and the back had photo of Monsignor James Benavente "The People's Priest" too. It was too funny to see them scrambling to hide the truth. Now I know these post on your Blog are very much real and truthful. I hope others see these things happening and speak up. You should get a copy and repost it for everyone to read. The truth will set you free! Keep up the good work

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  2. What a sick man Apuron.

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    1. Someone help him.

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    2. Pius does not know how to drive. Tall woman drives him around.

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  3. I saw them too! Pathetic. They act like they are better then us and untouchable! I guess their brainwashing techniques really work?

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  4. They should publish a list of seminarians and workers up there in Yona! So we can check if anymore are on the list? AAA you owe it to your flock? Or is it another secret again?

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  5. I abhor violence. It is NOT our Catholic Way. IF the AAA's car tires were slashed, I hope he reported it to the police and took pictures just in case the insurance wants "proof". Oh wait a second, if AAA or his pawn took pictures and published them to prove it, it would showcase the expensive car AAA gallops around in! Yes, good move AAA, keeping the evidence hidden and having your pawns embellish on this blog. Oh please stop. your killing me spiritually and making me sicker, physically! Next MAGIC trick please...

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  6. Posted on both blogs: Diana, the direction you are taking is endangering the whole enterprise. Wait and see the results of your knowledgable pontificating about the seminary. Very Sorry the Archbishop will be that your irresponsibility and false sense of self, whoever you are, will be the loose thread to unravel the whole cloth. Perhaps for the better.

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  7. Do not believe his car tires were slashed. Show us police report archbishop.and pictures..

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    1. 475.00 a pop. Second collection for Archbishops tires. Slashed? BS

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  8. The archbishop should take note from Pope Franics. Compared to Pope Francis our is a bishop of bling. I brought up he has a 75k car. The NCW defended saying it was a gift. I said Pope Francis received 2 gifts- a Renault and a Mercedes- he sold them and bought a Ford Focus. He then gave the money to the poor. So Archbishop- your move? If Pope Francis can do it you should too and. David in his Acura sell it too. Be examples of charity. It is easier to replace a tire on a Ford Focus than an Eqquis or a Lexus.

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  9. The giver of this gift would not be pleased. Not someone you can displease. Tough girl.

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  10. Would not put it passed them to have done it themselves. So to gain sympathy. Please. We do not care nor believe what happened to your tires. Boo hoo.

    Apuron, you and the NeoCancer leaders have brought danger to our children by them being possibly raped, slashed the hearts of us, "Guamanians," and stabbed the backs of our local priests! Griping about your luxury car. Pathetic!

    People, write your letters, ENOUGH IS ENOUGH!

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  11. Can someone send us a picture of his car so Pope Francis can see. Oh yes be sure to include the slashed tires.

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  12. Seminary gates closed too. Tires must have been slashed there too. Slashing of tire should not be taken lightly. It could be anger that could be become more intense. It should have been reported to the police. Remember the boy who cried wolf. Or maybe this is another lie. How come I am leaning towards the latter.
    The Archbishop is really in a no win situation. If it is true, then, it will confirm there is at least one person in Guam who doesn't like the Archbishop who will go to the trouble of slashing his tire, risking to be caught. Tsk, tsk, tsk. Stop this madness before it is too late. We are a forgiving island. Unlike the church (read that Archbishop) who couldn't forgive a person who came back to church after suffering imprisonment for his crime. The state forgave his crime. The Archbishop can't. Even after a "two-year" probation for good behavior at Santa Barbara. He did nothing wrong during the whole time the Archbishop was gathering evidence about this person. O yes, Fr. Paul and this man were having an affair. That is definitely wrong. Alas, the only thing wrong in this is the mind of the Archbishop who can concoct this silliness. Stairs to the second floor. Give me a break. What happened to the promise of letting the captives free? But even with all this, we can forgive you. Make amends. Why not start with restating Fr. Paul.

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  13. Fr. Michael Jucutan pretended to sit in during Mass then practically ran towards the exits, as Coreen Leon Guerrero (the self-proclaimed new manager of the Cathedral-Basilica, because she seems to be the only one directing the whole show now, awol quitugua and too busy spying jucutan) did, to stash the bulletin into their clutch! Holding them off from people, shaking people's hands, yet not handing them the bulletin! Unbelievable!!!

    More men came in to sweep the Church, all over, trying to cover the truth!

    We know what you are doing! Get out of our Church! We won't go...You go! No money, honey; just so you know.

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  14. I have a copy of that bulletin. They don't like it because the truth be told - we are a Church divided! And thanks to the double standard of the Archbishop and his three advisors, "the lesser road was taken."

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  15. Keep out orgies going on in plush hotel. Enter and you will be entered in the rear.

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    1. Maybe plenty sagee sagee and given good referrals!l Lemon soju anyone?

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  16. What is happening? This whole scenario is pretty much controlled by the DEVIL himself. This is what the Devil wants, to destroy Christ's Church here on earth. People are giving in to this trap set by God's opponent. You people who are posting on this blog, there's nothing Christian about this! I am not pro-Neo, but the Gospel of our Lord clearly states before he went to heaven is to LOVE ONE ANOTHER! This whole blog is un-Christian! I think you remember the Gospel of our Lord where He told a crowd who was about to stone a woman to death because she was an adulteress. Jesus said that whoever has not sinned may cast the first stone. No one did. Because they knew they were all sinners. The bloggers here are casting stones to people by the very words or claims you publish here. I'm for the teachings of Jesus. I am very neutral on this whole scenario the Church is going through here on Guam. You all should be ashamed of yourselves! The Lord also said WHATSOEVER YOU DO TO THE LEAST OF MY BROTHERS, YOU DO UNTO ME! I don't think our Lord would want this from all of you. As Christians, we all should have compassion and mercy towards one another. Even to non-Christians! Maybe you all need to read MORE scriptures, reflect and ask for the Lord's forgiveness! This is NOT right! We should be helping one another, not condemn others. You are all making the Lord SUFFER more by publishing or posting these blogs that hurt our Lord and our Church. I admit that I am not perfect and a sinner. I'm posting this blog because the Lord is already hurting from all these blogs, accusations and other acts that hurt the Church. I am for the Church's unity! We have other issues to take care of. Our personal and spiritual lives are the things that we really have to put emphasis on. It is frustrating that these things are happening. If this continues, more Catholics will leave the Church because they feel alienated by the very things that are happening. Instead of giving negative blogs to other people, let us offer more prayers for all Catholics on Guam. Let us unite and help each other out. This is like World War III on a spiritual level! Stop this right now! This is a petty issue that can be resolved. THIS IS ALSO CHILDISH! May God have mercy on all of us! PRAY! PRAY! PRAY! Read the scriptures for wisdom. Let us ask the Blessed Mother to join us in prayer to help us all in this outrageous situation we are in. May God have MERCY in all of us! God bless us ALL!!!!

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    1. Wow. That was a whole lot of stones.

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    2. Why are you telling us not to throw stones. Your bishop has been throwing stones. Your letter should be for him. He threw the first stone and is still throwing stones.

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    3. You are right, we should not cast stones. But, if our leader are wrong should we just turn the other way and let them keep doing these evil things? Or do we stand by Jesus and our Church like others did for our Lord? Think of it? Now do you understand what is the problem? By being obedient and ignoring the evil, then what? Well, then Our Church looses becuase no one defended it on Earth? Remember we are all humans even our leaders. Look at past incidents around the world, lots of church leaders were wrong, so what makes you think just Maybe our Archbishop might be too? If your confused, start from the top again:) God Bless Everyone!

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  17. Fr.Matthew Blockley.August 5, 2014 at 7:39 PM


    Archbishop of Guam no longer has the moral authority to govern the Metropolitian Archdiocese of Agana Guam.

    The Holy See needs to take action.

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