Friday, August 22, 2014

MORE FUN WITH ZOLTAN

Found at: http://www.guampdn.com/comments/article/20140821/OPINION02/308210017/The-Way-brings-intimacy-God


  • Zoltán Székely · Works at University of Guam
    Tim Rohr, you are getting a famous religious fundamentalist warrior, who thinks God is talking from his mouth. Do you like, don't you?

    Tim, let me remind you that what you said about a girl named Candise Nacole M. Lizama is simply unforgivable. Did you completely lose your moral sense? We all see you feel proud about it. What a shame!

    Are you completely blinded by your fundamentalist fury? You are so conceited you assume you may hurt and maul anyone, anytime, by your own wish. No, Tim, you cannot do that as nobody on earth can. You play God but meantime you lose your soul.

    Why do you choose to be a person of zero integrity and zero moral values? You would better stop talking altogether for the benefit of your own comrades. Because you hurt them as you hurt everyone. The least thing you should do is to apologize to Candise. Right now. Are you man enough do this, Tim?

    Otherwise you will become a zealot pariah with zero bearing on any matter of moral or ethical consequences. You know it, right? So be a man!

    http://www.junglewatch.info/2014/08/a-message-from-candise-nacole-m-lizama.html

    http://www.guampdn.com/article/20140817/OPINION02/308170007/Problem-Way-its-leadership

16 comments:

  1. Take the high road and stand tall Tim. I believe the majority's behind you!

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    1. Thanks. It's especially easy to take the high road when dealing with Zoltan. There is no other road. Peace.

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    2. There appears to be a lack of logical thinking among some neo posts. Once they choose a line of defense they seem unable to veer from it. This makes reasoned communication unlikely as they are ever at the ready with their defensive position, ready to pounce. We are walking parallel paths that will never intersect.
      I see this over and over again in Diana's blog.
      Eileen Benavente-Blas

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  2. Zoltan is another neo hypocrite. His comments has no integrity. Words out his mouth his as vulgar as his thoughts. Mr.Bullshit

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  3. For a professor you have a strange and delusional mind, a pity.

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  4. What about these neocrats, where is their integrity? They take over the parishes and act like they're above us all. Hypocrites. Too much kikolaid and neo grains, or no brain at all. Bunch of neocrites

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    1. Because they think they know better than us. And many of them cannot speak out their minds because on one word: OBEDIENCE. It is crazy but True.

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  5. What about these neocrats, where is their integrity? They take over the parishes and act like they're above us all. Hypocrites. Too much kikolaid and neo grains, or no brain at all. Bunch of neocrites

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  6. When people disagree, it's best to remain rational as Tim does and avoid name-calling as this Zoltan person does not. I suggest he rein in his emotions and be more civil in an effort to communicate politely. It does seem that those in the neo who post comments are highly emotional as opposed to rational.
    Eileen Benavente-Blas

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    1. They also high uneducated with a lot of emotional problems. The NCW Is not their answer. They should look to mental health, drug intervention, marriage counselor or other professionals to address their problems. They should also read, if they know how, the communion rites of the Vatican and adhere to its' guidance.

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  7. I think the neo attracts people who are desperate for spiritual meaning in their lives. It's not for those who feel their spiritual needs are met in the "regular" church. This is why they might be so defensive and feel persecuted when others criticize their leaders. They feel threatened by such criticism and cannot let themselves believe it might be justified. Blindly following a leader can be one's downfall.
    Eileen Benavente-Blas

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    1. Perhaps if people came to the church with an open heart and mind and opened up to our church leaders -the same way the neo catechuminates do, there wouldn't be such a need to be in those communities. But then again, it is up to the leaders of the church to welcome and teach his congregation and allow them to grow in the fellowship of parish life through Christ.

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    2. How can we open up when the Archbishop doesn't even give us the time of day....right after mass he runs....unless you are a Neo...then he stops, looks and listens!

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    3. I agree that there is a lack of spiritual leadership from the archbishop. I listen to avemariaradio.com. It features a podcast called "Christ is the Answer" by Fr. Riccardo, a pastor in Detroit Michigan. He does wonderful things in his church as his podcasts show to help his parishioners deepen their faith. What has the archbishop done for the Catholic community on Guam besides bringing the neos here? That is a group for disaffected Catholics. What about the rest of us? What is he doing to help the rest of us deepen our faith? I go online and read books to help me deepen my faith. I am also making a concerted effort to do corporal and spiritual works of mercy. In my opinion, the archbishop is not a spiritual leader.
      Eileen Benavente-Blas.

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  8. to bad this blog doesn't have a like button. at least for the sake of those that are scared to post even anonymously because either their jobs in the parishes ( especially the ones that are run by Neo Priests.) or family members already following "The Way". I'd like to really know how many above 55 years of age are Neo's.

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  9. BWAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAA!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    What a joke! everything you said buddy, go look in the mirror and say it again. Try to use an english translator.
    This guy teaches in our University? We are in trouble.

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