Wednesday, August 6, 2014

MSGR. JAMES ANSWERS ARCHBISHOP APURON


As we know, Msgr. James was never given a copy of the charges the Archbishop made against him. He read them, the same as us, after the Archbishop released them in a press statement on July 31. Today, on the anniversary of the bombing of Hiroshima, Msgr. James responds:






16 comments:

  1. Ouch! Now let us see what the next set of lies will be. I think the Archbishop will now put all the blame on Deacon Kim.

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  2. Uncle Screw Tape: WORMWOOOOOOOOOOOD! If you don't secure the souls as promised I will personally secure an audience with you and the Saints above, fulfill your quota an don't let The PRIZE get away, your father below awaits with delectation to meet him! You must not disappoint.

    Wormwood: Yes uncle, we've already begun to strategize our next move. It is quite difficult as you can imagine with all those militants coming forth with the Truths that cannot be dispelled. And the latest intrusion of information by the humble Holy Ladies is just killing us. But I will secure at least one other at 'the hill' or at 'the hotel' to take on the deeds of him whom we desire!

    Uncle Screw Tape: NOW GO, GO AND DON'T RETURN FRUITLESS! OR ELSE!

    Wormworm: Yes uncle! I will return with him, The PRize!

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  3. It's interesting (to me) that Msgr. James L.G. Benavente has opted to use the salutation "Dear Archbishop" instead of the traditional "Your Excellency" in his letter.

    BTW: The timing of the press conference and of Msgr. James' response — the 69th anniversary of the bombing of Hiroshima — should not be taken lightly by the Three on the Hill.

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    1. Well, he certainly is not welcome to say Dear Brother Tony either! That's for sure. Dear Archbishop is also acceptable in this day and age. Yes, they need one of those IRON DOME protection like Israel has. Lots of incoming fire up there.

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  4. Father Matthew Blockley.August 6, 2014 at 12:40 PM


    Archbishop it seems almost every day new lies from you are exposed.

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  5. What this letter clearly shows and proves is that Monsignor James was not fired for financial reasons; otherwise, the archbishop would not have issued this letter a few weeks before the firing!

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  6. Fathwr Matthew Blockley.August 6, 2014 at 2:43 PM


    James was not fired for financial reasons. There is something much deeper going on here and you need to go back to 1990 to understand. Guam you have all become pawns of an internal battle going on within the Catholic Church on Guam. only the Vatican can deal with this. Suggest you take a history lesson. look at Guam in 1990 the internal church structure, look at what Apuron was doing, inviting everyone into Guam from all over the world. Then he found the neo and invited them. Both groups were to gain from each other. Don't get stuck in the finances the finances are the result of the real problem of archbishop Apuron. The problem is Apuron.

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  7. Fathwr Matthew Blockley.August 6, 2014 at 3:03 PM


    Well, I heard this morning Archbishop Apuron wants to shut me down from this blog.

    Well that may be his wish . But Until either Cardinal Tagle archbishop Krebs, or the pope himself asks me to stop I will continue to comment on Tim's Blog.

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  8. Fathwr Matthew Blockley.August 6, 2014 at 3:05 PM


    Archbishop Apuron has no authority over Father Matthew Blockley.

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  9. James was fired because he is favored to be the next archbishop. Father Paul too. That would be a problem for Kiko, who controls the archdiocese, its funds, its seminary, its list of who will be ordained (all neo of course and ONLY neo of course - ala aaron quituga situation). Once Tony dies, so does Kiko's reign on Guam, UNLESS of course the archbishop in waiting is a neo. So the strategy is to get rid of all the non-neo priests that are favored to be archbishop, or at the very least, try to smear their great reputations. Msgr James and Fr. Paul are on that favored list. ALL FOR KIKO. Is it worth it, Tony? You are losing your own reign even while you sit in control.

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  10. I don't see how Archbishop Apuron can be allowed to remain in his position after all the hateful, hurtful, and uncharitable things he has done against Father Paul and Msgr. James. He intentionally set out to destroy them. The arch is the one guilty of financial mismanagement--how does he justify not submitting required financial reports? The arch needs a mental health evaluation. The only thing that can save him now is if he is diagnosed with a mental health problem that has affected his judgement and his ability to behave as a rational person. Onset of early dementia? Mental side-effects from prescribed medications? Or can it be that he is simply a mean vindictive person who will stop at nothing to get his Neo way?
    Eileen Benavente-Blas

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  11. I was born and raised catholic. I consider myself estranged and this battle justifies my abandonment. Catholicism is not just a religion to me, it is deeply imbedded in our culture. You cannot escape it on Guam. I'm ashamed at my estrangement but even the disenchanted are concerned and watching. Soon I feel it will be time to return to the Church if for no other reason to stand up against the tyranny that grips our culture and island. For now I am anonymous but soon my name will be known. I receive strength and courage from the many courageous souls who are stepping forward and putting their names to their comments. I pray for the strength to do the same.

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    1. Your comment moved me. I too feel like I'm estranged from my religion. But the strength of these folks with courage and faith and belief in the truth is such a warm invitation to come back and join their army.

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    2. I pray for your return to the Church. Remember that religious leaders, the clergy, and others who serve the Church are merely humans just like everybody else. We are all sinners by our very nature, but it is God's mercy and forgiveness, out of his love for us, that draws us to Him. When we attend Mass it is all about our love for God the Father our Creator, His only Son, Jesus Christ, and the Holy Spirit.

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  12. I'm a disenfranchised Catholic. But on Guam, Catholicism is more than a religion, it's a deeply imbedded part of our culture. I observe with great interest and I am truly impressed with this who attach their names to their comments. It seems that this is happening with greater frequency. I pray for the strength and courage to stand up against the tyranny doing our Church someday.

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  13. Fr.Matthew Blockley.August 6, 2014 at 9:31 PM

    8.59pm. No one united to Our Lord living in Conformity to Holy Mother Church is a disenfranchised catholic. do not be afraid to sign your name. When you stand on the side of God no one can harm you. Evil can attempt to destroy us but as long as you stand for God in truth and Justice no one can harm you. believe me. Stand up and be counted for the cause of truth.

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