Saturday, August 2, 2014


Here is the link to the actual post. But they'll probably take it down now.

Dear Fr. Pius. We really are tired of you. Very, Very TIRED. Take your hatred of our Catholic Church and the people of Guam somewhere else. And take your puppet with you. Bye.


  1. I want to see the list of the horrid, filthy things Pius has said to our people. Let the Archbishop rationalize how Pius has persecuted our people. It has been mentioned too many times. He is getting away with it. Nowadays, public figures have to step down after insulting people. Let's get this problem straightened out, now.

  2. Mr. Pius, I have not met you nor would I want to. I address you as such because you are not a Priest that follows the Magisterium and the Directive of the Pope. You do not deserve this title and my proof is from the disaster and division you left at the Barrigada Parish. Others have left, Adrian is trying to get them to come back. From what I heard, he is trying to steal back a valuable doner that left Barrigada Parish because of you and is now with the Toto Parish. Good for him and his Family!

    If you need help packing, we have a few suggestions on packers that can expedite this task for you. Just don't use donations from the TRUE Catholic Laity funds to pay for the packers. You can easily look them up in the online via the yellow pages (The Guam Phone Book). How dare you!

  3. He even tells them how to vote "just click very confident". So sad that most would just do as they are told. It's also sick how he uses the word " persecution".

    They are like a gang; they will fiercely defend their brother even if he is wrong and hurting others. Cover up for your brother so that he will cover up for you.

  4. thing we should look at is why is a carmelite "priest" allowed to go galavanting all over the world?
    A reliable source also shared with me that he said he hates the Rosary! Probably why he tried to get the archbishop to remove Santa Marian Kamalen statue from the sanctuary of cathedral.
    How sad. Go take a shower dude, and use some head and shoulders.

  5. Fr.Matthew Blockley.August 2, 2014 at 10:49 AM

    Father Pius as I told you many years go you are dangerous man. Now we see the reality of how you divided the archdiocese and have destroyed priests.

  6. Someone from North Carolina posted this as a comment on JV aguon's post on the NCW FB page to pray for the archbishop. Valaira Cardinas wrote "Yes pray for him as I've read that the Neocats have caused disruption in Guam by claiming to be the New World Order." This is someone with a NCW symbol as a profile pic. Quite interesting. People are talking and not everyone is drinking the kaka in the water.

  7. I never liked Apuron, he's fake.

  8. Apuron never was close to the poor. He always chose to be Up...He came from the Franciscan...but he never looked franciscan

  9. There is a couple of ways to look at the "WAY" as they like to call it. For all you that have taken a good look at this so called New Way you will see a couple of things:

    1.) The Neocatechumenal Way arose in 1964 through the work of Francisco "Kiko" Argüello and Carmen Hernández seeking to lead people to fraternal communion and mature faith. This "new catechetical experience", born in the wake of the Second Vatican Council, attracted the interest of Madrid's Archbishop, In 1968, Argüello and Hernández arrived in Rome and settled in the Borghetto Latino. With the permission of Angelo Dell'Acqua, Vicar-General of Rome, the first catechesis began in the parish of Our Lady of the Blessed Sacrament and the Canadian Martyrs. Since then, the Way has continued to spread to dioceses and mission countries around the world(This is like the rise of Hitler. He did not like what he was seeing what Germany was coming to after WW1. So he gathered and appointed certain people of power to help him take over the government and guide it to what he thought it should be. Hitler defied his President.) It seems as though Kiko took weak minded ppl made them his puppets to do his biding. He is trying to take over the Church and our lives.

    2.)The Neocatechumenal Way has encountered resistance and criticism from both clergy and theologians. After the Neocatechumenate was introduced into the parish of St Germain-des-Prés in Paris, for example, the Archbishop of Paris, François Cardinal Marty, blocked any further expansion before his retirement in 1981, and similar controversy in 1992 prompted the Bishop of Nancy to transfer the neocatechumens to a different church.

    3.) The orthodoxy of the Way's teachings and the validity of its liturgical practices has also drawn criticism. In 1995, the Italian Passionist priest and theologian Enrico Zoffoli published a critique of the Way that accused the movement of heresy: “Their doctrine is seriously compromised with errors against fundamental dogmatics of the Church, the Popes and the Councils. They negate the Redemption, the sacrificial character of the Eucharist, the transubstantiation, etc... they misunderstand the sin and the Grace concepts... their doctrinal statements are fundamentally wrong.” Zoffoli warned that "the building of Neocatechumenal seminaries, where candidates are prepared for the priesthood educated in accordance with the doctrinal errors of Kiko, could be one of the worst threats for the Church of tomorrow." There have been allegations that the Way could have a divisive impact on parishes into which it moves. The Neocatechumenal communities are made up of people from the parish, however they do not celebrate their Masses on Sunday with the community but separately on Saturday evening with a Vigil Mass, with their respective communities.

    There are many more indications of comparing Kiko to Hitler. But just from 3 findings you can already tell that if we don't do something about this man he will bring the Catholic faithful into a civil war. We who don't follow the so called "WAY" will be forced to obey, if this man gets his way.