Sunday, August 3, 2014

SO WHAT ARE YOU GOING TO DO ABOUT IT?

After hundreds of volunteer hours and with the special assistance and generous support of Duty Free, Archbishop Apuron SHUTS DOWN the Cathedral's museum just hours after it opens featuring a rare and unique display of Guam's cultural and Catholic Church history. The Neocatechumenal Way is now in full destruction mode.

IT IS TIME, PEOPLE. Archbishop Apuron is counting on you to say silent and submissive. It's up to you to prove him wrong. Let's use some of that campaign-type energy to do something ABOUT THIS!

Cathedral Museum closing following monsignor's removal

Posted: Aug 03, 2014 3:36 PM PGTUpdated: Aug 03, 2014 3:36 PM PGT

by Sabrina Salas Matanane

Guam - KUAM News has learned the National Museum at the Cathedral Basilica has closed indefinitely as of 1:30 Sunday afternoon. The closure follows Archbishop Anthony Apuron's removal of Monsignor James Benavente as Rector of the Archdiocese of Agana last week.







27 comments:

  1. So.....will the cemetarie be closed too?

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    1. You have not been listening.. The NEOs believe in " let the dead bury the dead".

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    2. Fr.Matthew BlockleyAugust 3, 2014 at 11:25 PM

      Who knows they may have to dig up and remove the dead next.

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  2. Too sad for comment :-(
    Eileen Benavente-Blad

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    1. Despite my sadness, I must comment:
      Of course, it had to close as the museum is tangible proof of Msgr. James' ability to get things done. Can't have that can we, Archbishop Apuron? Can't have the faithful admiring Msgr. James' accomplishments. Can't have the truth muddling up the issues, right Archbishop Apuron? Especially when you as the spiritual leader of our archdiocese have chosen to sacrifice Msgr. James on the banquet table around which the Neos gather with you in their pocket. What you have done, Archbishop Apuron, is hurtful to the faithful on Guam in your mistreatment and lies concerning Father Paul and your mistreatment of Msgr. James, not to mention how your actions have affected these priests personally. I cannot comprehend what motivates you to act as you do. Certainly not the inspiration of the Holy Spirit. Look into your heart, Archbishop Apuron, and ask yourself based on your recent actions, if you are living the example of Jesus Christ. If you find yourself lacking in this respect, I sincerely pray that you will have the humility and integrity to make amends. I do not know you personally, Archbishop Apuron, I only know you through your actions and your actions leave me sadly befuddled and fearful for our archdiocese.
      Eileen Benavente -Blas

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    2. Oops, typo on my last name-- should be "Eileen Benavente-Blas."

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  3. I heard there were a bunch of seminarians laughing about the museum's closure as they were delivering Monsignor David's boxes to his room in the rectory. One of them remarked that they should just leave the file cabinet in the hallway and check out the museum instead.

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    1. Incredible immaturity. Just incredible.

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  4. All of those involved in the museum should stand up against this diabolic behavior by the archbishop and his neo cult. Enough is enough!

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  5. SERIOUSLY?? This is outrageous!

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  6. Is it true the some prominent families with historical ties to the church are either in the process or have removed some pieces because they feared the Neonuts would disregard them and eventually replace them with Kiko's icons. BTW, I know of one person that should be placed in a display cabinet for all to see. Let's name it the Archbishop ApuWRONG exhibit

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    1. Unfortunately, what you have said IS true. (I was a volunteer there)

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  7. Hahaha...oh and just in case they Neo Seminary puppet masters are playing in the jungle, don't think for a moment the seminarians don't have "friends" outside the palace. As one seminarian, who helped move the boxes, in his cute European accent said "do you uh think uh Munseenor uh really reads uh all those magazine uh subscriptions?"

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  8. This is totally crazy!

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  9. Archbishop ! Why close such historicial significance for the young Catholics in Guam to see the history of Catholicism in Guam. I am very upset on what the Archbishop did . Enough is enough !

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  10. the madness is escalating. First and foremost, all privately owned items on display that are on loan to the archdiocese should be removed and secured because Lord knows what destruction might befall these precious items. Second, those who worked so hard to create this museum need to rally and rise up with other concerned Catholics whether it be through public protests, or continued reporting to the Nuncio Archbishop Krebs as well as the Vatican. Lastly, we need to start reaching out to media beyond our island. Email links of the situation here to as many news outlets as you can, CNN, Associated Press, NBC, ABC, you name it, any source with an email address. Everything is at your fingertips these days. TAKE A STAND BEFORE ANOTHER ATROCITY HAPPENS. And don't forget, while taking action please PRAY! Pray for the Holy Mother and Saints to intercede, pray to the Holy Spirit to call all true people of goodwill to action, Pray to the Son to give us strength to withstand this hard journey, and pray to the Father to take care of His children in His time.

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  11. Fr.Matthew BlockleyAugust 3, 2014 at 11:00 PM

    So why would anyone want to dismantle beauty? Only someone who does not strive to follow God dismantles beauty. Because beauty expressed in art paintings, religious antiques leads to God. .

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  12. Fr.Matthew BlockleyAugust 3, 2014 at 11:22 PM

    The Metropolitian Archdiocese of Agana Guam USA would now best be served with an imminent Apostolic Visitation. This would result in a process that would either lead to the resignation or the clearance of Archbishop Anthony sablan Apuron OFM cap.

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  13. Good to know a seminarian would lift a finger to help. So lazy. Too bad they don't go to the museum and see how hard real missionaries worked when they Evangelized the Mariana's . Lazy young men. Princes of the Church.

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  14. So what, Monsignor, servile work on Sunday.??

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  15. It is interesting to hear that Monsignor David has the unfettered use of the neo seminarians at his disposal. To be waited hand and foot by his doting neo community and seminarians must be nice! I hear that he even has a neo driver. These are certainly distinct benefits from being one of the neo kings! And I heard that the neo seminarians get their laundry done by neo communities. No wonder why these seminarians thumbed their noses on the local non neos. They not only get a free ride on tuition, transportation food, and lodging, but they are treated like princes. What a cushy deal for them, especially those that come from poor and impoverished backgrounds! And guess who is footing the bill for all these expenses? You and I.

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    1. No driver for Adrian. He is not a Monsignor!!!

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  16. Ya, but David doesn't get Harold to drive for him like Archie does. Imagine David having a Driver...what a sissy.

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  17. New Catechumenary Center . People would not visit the Cathedral - Basilica anymore.

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  18. We need something to distract the people from the Wadeson fiasco. Thinking. Thinking. Thinking. Okay, let us remove Msgr James. Brilliant idea. Brilliant idea. Let's remove Msgr. James.
    We need something to distract the people from the closing of the museum. Thinking. Thinking. Thinking. Okay, why not remove somebody again and then all these things will stop. Brilliant idea. Brilliant idea. So, who should we remove to put an end to all these? Archbishop, sir, we need to remove you.

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