Tuesday, August 12, 2014

UH-OH!

Late Friday afternoon, sometime after 4:00 PM, the Chancery suddenly flew into a high-stress flurry of activity. An all-points-bulletin went out:

URGENT!
CONFISCATE AND DESTROY ALL COPIES OF 
THE U MATUNA!

The U MATUNA, the official newspaper of the Archdiocese of Agana, is published once a week and about 8,000 copies are usually ready for pickup by the parishes late Friday afternoon. The pickup point is a table in the garage area of the Cathedral-Basilica. 

At least three parishes had already picked up their bundles when the distress call went out to immediately return all the copies of the U MATUNA. The copies still at the pickup point were hastily removed. 

Meanwhile, an altered edition of the U MATUNA was quickly slapped together and sent to the printer for another print run, sending the PDN presses into overdrive in order to get 8,000 copies of the substitute version out before anyone could suspect that something had gone wrong...terribly wrong. 

Late Friday night, with the PDN presses cranking out the cover-up version of the U MATUNA, the Chancery Three must have breathed a sigh of relief, thinking they had recovered all of the copies of this week's first printing of the U MATUNA. 

So if you see smoke rising from the top of San Ramon Hill, it's probably 8,000 copies of the first printing of the U MATUNA burning, or should I say, 7,999.

45 comments:

  1. Tim! You are awful. Scaring Ordinary Tony like that.

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  2. I heard there was one out in circulation. Please give us the full report

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    1. More important than what was in the original edition is the REASON they had to frantically pull it.

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    2. Wouldn't you think that at least one or two seminarians would see what's happening and bail out? I would be so gone. See how brainwashed they are??????

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    3. Speaking of seminarians, if in fact Wadeson was hiding at the seminary while their own rector told the PDN he had "left yesterday", and it can be proved that he was, every seminarian will be culpable. And since most are here just on visas, they might as well start packing.

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    4. All seminarians who are not USA citizens require a study visa to study at RMS.
      Foreign priests working on Island require a work visa. Archdiocese Of Agana must follow requirements of the the United States Government.

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    5. Whooooops. That's a thought, Tim.

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    6. This is xenophobic!

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  3. Maybe That NJ guy tried to start a war. And AAA decided that would send him packing? Please compare the 2 and give us the scoop? Freedom of the Press!

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  4. Is the archbishop going to respond to SNAP? Maybe they should ask louder this time. Also when did he leave "The Country"? They should show us proof! Btw Guam is an unincorporated territory or the United States! Not another Country. Didn't he go to school???

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  5. Oh wow I can't wait to see what the "one" original copy says. Hurry up Junglewatch!!! I can't wait to read your next post.

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  6. I have a copy too.

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  7. Please everyone and all the priests should stand up to him or them. Kick him out of his position, cos I think Satan is acting through him. He's leading us to hell instead of heaven. Everything is against the teaching of God through Moses and the first pope which is St Peter. He headed the first church that Jesus told him to build and St Paul was his right hand man helping him to spread the truth which is Jesus Christ, who was sent down in God's likeness. Compare their teachings, you know that it's not Godly or Christ like. That is Satan in him. Sorry, I have a strong feeling about his actions. May God help us all.

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  8. International readers are waiting to read the attachment .

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  9. Just finished a refreshing read of Diana's blog. Guess what? Bernie is back. And you know what else? Tim you better get a lawyer because all your bluff against poor Fr. John is going to BACK LASHED ON YOU.....did you hear that?

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  10. they told us to pick up all the copies. and we did it. there were thousands.

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  11. Gennarinis are treasurers of RMS-Miami? Surprise, surprise what an enterprise.
    from FL. THE REDEMPTORIS MATER SEMINARY ARCHDIOCESE OF MIAMI, INC.
    THE REDEMPTORIS MATER SEMINARY ARCHDIOCESE OF MIAMI, INC. is an Domestic Non Profit business incorporated in Florida, USA on January 9, 2012. Their business is recorded as Active. It is not part of a group. The company was incorporated 2 years ago.
    Business informations for THE REDEMPTORIS MATER SEMINARY ARCHDIOCESE OF MIAMI, INC.
    NameTHE REDEMPTORIS MATER SEMINARY ARCHDIOCESE OF MIAMI, INC.
    Identification number:N12000000385
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    Business TypeDomestic Non Profit
    Company StatusActive
    Incorporation date01/09/2012
    Last statement -
    Business Address1040 W. 29 STREET
    HIALEAH
    Mailing Address1040 W. 29 STREET
    HIALEAH
    StateFL
    FEI/EIN Number
    Officer detail Chairman DE NIGRIS FR. EMANUELE
    1040 W. 29TH STREET
    HIALEAH FL

    Treasurer WORLEY SR. ELIZABETH
    9401 BISCAYNE BLVD.
    MIAMI SHORES FL

    Treasurer GENNARINI GIUSEPPE
    3 HOWARD PLACE
    ENGLEWOOD NJ

    Treasurer GENNARINI CLAUDIA
    3 HOWARD PLACE
    ENGLEWOOD NJ

    Treasurer POCHETTI FR. ANGELO
    6502 JACKSON STREET
    WEST NEW YORK NJ

    Treasurer BENIGNI STEFANO
    15267 SW 23RD LANE
    MIAMI FL


    Agent FITZGERALD J. PATRICK ESQUIRE
    110 MERRICK WAY
    CORAL GABLES FL 33134
    *Our website contains only public informations on companies from Florida, USA .
    Type informations
    While not-for-profit organizations are permitted to generate surplus revenues, they must be retained by the organization for its self-preservation, expansion, or plans. NPOs have controlling members or boards. Many have paid staff including management, while others employ unpaid volunteers and even executives who work with or without compensation (occasionally nominal). Where there is a token fee, in general, it is used to meet legal requirements for establishing a contract between the executive and the organization.

    Designation as a nonprofit and an intent to make money are not related in the United States. This means nothing can be inferred by the declaration. It is unclear whether or not this holds outside of the U.S. In the United States, such inference is the purpose of the Internal Revenue Code, Section 501(c). The extent to which an NPO can generate surplus revenues may be constrained or use of surplus revenues may be restricted.

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    1. Same 3 people on ours:
      GENNARINI GIUSEPPE
      GENNARINI CLAUDIA
      POCHETTI FR. ANGELO

      http://www.scribd.com/doc/235698752/RMS-Articles-of-Incorporation

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  12. http://www.florida-companies-info.com/the-redemptoris-mater-seminary-archdiocese-of-miami-inc-2gclt/

    gennarinis again

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  13. Has, is, or will the Archdiocese of Miami build any new buildings for the seminary? At least 2 Gennarinis are architects, and Kiko likes to get in on the design action.

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    1. Who would be hurt if Gennarinis get rich following the law 100%? I don't think you should be alarmist on this. Isn't it just envy speaking from you...??

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    2. There are lots of people being hurt right now including you. The Gennarini's are the source of the division in this diocese. Aborting children is also 100% lawful.

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    3. Why? The church condemns abortion in general. You cannot abort "children", because children are those who have already been born. ;)

      The church, however, does NOT condemn building new buildings for seminaries. Why would it do that? Even if a nice building was built by a Gennarini, the church does not condemn that. So who gets really hurt here?!

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    4. Why? The church does not condemn new buildings even if one was designed by a Gennarini...

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    5. I missed something while trying to read this. Who said abortion is 100% lawful?

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    6. Is that what they teach you in the Neo, that the life in the womb is NOT a child?

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    7. Uh, no. They don't teach that, nor have I ever heard it. It is and always will be what Mother Church teaches us. All life is precious, from conception to delivery and beyond. Here is an example, a young woman in The Way on Guam was told that she should have an abortion because of medical complications. This young woman, upon discerning and placing her life and that of her unborn child in the hands of God, refused to do so and, all praise to God, had a completely healthy beautiful child that is full of life and smiles this very day. If it was taught to us that life does not begin in the womb or conception, then I am sure that things might have swung a different way and we would be denied this gift from God had this young lady listened to the doctor or society.

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    8. Did you say, Tim, that abortion is 100% lawful??

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    9. What do you think the word "fetus" means?

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    10. And you don't *kill* a fetus, do you Anon at 5.56? You terminate it, right?

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    11. At 5:55PM. Yes I did. In case you haven't heard. Roe v Wade and its companion case Doe v Bolton gives a woman a right to abort the child in her womb any time during pregnancy. Or didn't you know that?

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    12. At 5:34. Nice to hear. You may want to advise 4:31 who said: You cannot abort "children", because children are those who have already been born. ;)

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  14. Isn't Seminarian James Arriola studying to for the archdiocese of miami? He was transfered 2 years ago to the RSM in Miami. Can you investigate why he's there?

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  15. James Arriola was asked to go to Florida in order to be a "guarantor" for that seminary to help start it off and he accepted the request. When these seminaries begin, they usually look for the best seminarian candidate, under recommendation to be the some of the first fruits to be yielded, much like Father Alberto was the "guarantor" for the RMS on Guam.

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    1. Really? A guarantor is a person who guarantees to pay for another's debt if the debt goes unpaid. As a guarantor for a seminary he would be responsible for paying for the debts of the seminary if it was unable to do so. Alberto is not listed as one of the original "guarantors" for RMS. And really? Alberto is one of the best? God help us for sure.

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    2. He is a very young man. He has the Kiko spiel down pat. Hope he matures and sees what the sad truth is.

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    3. You're taking the word guarantor literally from the business definition. There are other uses for the word and other definitions of the word itself. Guarantor: "1. One, such as a person or corporation, that makes or gives a promise, assurance, or pledge typically relating to quality, durability, or performance. 2. One who makes or gives a guaranty." It can either be a business, or an individual. It can be a promise made through financial deals, or simply one who helps to fulfill a promise or an obligation. That's all.

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    4. Glad to be Back in Holy Mother ChurchAugust 12, 2014 at 10:31 PM

      Thanks Anonymous August 12, 2014 at 4:28 PM for the dictionary lesson. So James Arriola was the best and brightest in Yona and we sent him away???
      I don't know James but by his name he is obviously one of just a few local boys studying to be a priest. We are a small island, we struggle with vocations, and our Archbishop sends his best to Florida? That means we will never get him back again since he will now be a priest in Miami.
      This makes no sense to me. Why not send some one from a different country, so we can have our local priests here where they are needed?
      Oh, I forgot, it was Giuseppi's decision so we are not supposed to question that.
      Do you good neos see any problem with this?

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    5. Thank you 4:28 doesn't make any difference if it is a tin can. Tooo young, is too young.

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  16. Maybe they grew a conscience, then quickly wanted to retract the erroneous and deceitful information they had on that original edition?

    Man, we could only wish. Our prayers are strong and we believe that this too shall pass. The truth shall prevail and intelligent people already know who to believe. It does not take a genius to see what is happening to our island, its people and most importantly, our Catholic Church.

    To the Archbishop,
    We just want you to be truthful.
    We just want you to be for all the people and not just the neos.
    We just want you to stop hurting your clergy.
    We just want you to man up and be the leader that you are supposed to be.
    We just want you to release yourself from the chain of your current state, the brainwashed zombie/puppet that you have become.

    As Jesus have told us, to forgive and keep on forgiving. However, you must stop doing us wrong, sincerely apologize and make right all that you have done and allowed to have been done to our Catholic Church.

    God knows our hearts and we hurt because of all of these.

    Hurry up! Your people need you.

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    1. No. They did not "grow a conscience". They got the "sh*t" scared out of them. You will see.

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  17. Lets call it the bonfire edition

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  18. Did the Archdiocese ever have a mission and a vision statement? Did the Umatuna ever have a mission statement? Are these just new? I have never come across these statements until now.

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    1. Just another attempt to make themselves look good. They can't hide the fact that the leadership of the Archdiocese has FAILED due to a delusional archbishop who was taken advantage of by Kiko and his goons.

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