Saturday, August 2, 2014


So this morning, I wake up and I see this comment from the Deacon. I thought, well that's nice of him to say, but there is no reconciliation with error. The error must be corrected or gotten rid of, before there can be healing, but, I thought, he's a deacon, and he's saying what he's supposed to say, so I posted it. 

  1. Deacon Ronnie San NicolasAugust 2, 2014 at 5:02 AM
    Let us pray to Blessed Diego Luis De San Vitores
    (Intention for Reconciliation in the Archdiocese of Agana)

    God of mercy and love, through the preaching of your martyr Blessed Diego, you brought the Good News of Jesus Christ to the people of the Marianas who had not known Him. By his prayers, help us to endure all suffering for love of you and to seek you with all our hearts for you alone are the source of life. We ask this through your Son, Jesus Christ, Our Lord. Amen.

Then, as if to substantiate my thought, two comments later, I come to this. And this is why there is no possibility of reconciliation. There is only the possibility of getting rid of error. This isn't just one kiko freak talking. Kiko freaks don't think for themselves. They think as they are instructed. They "group think". They repeat what they are told. And this is what they are told. And this is why we will increase our fight against them.

You don't know what you are talking about. What a bag of hot gas. Just because you keep saying it doesn't make it true. Say something with faith.... Lets hear it....Can you say something good? You have nothing to say. You only want to destroy and tear down. First-ever seminary in the Islands and you and that disobedient conniving Monsignor want to tear it down. No! He wanted to sell it to pay all off all the financial wrongs that he's done. 
What an idiot you must be not see how completely wrong you are! In your case we can say the devil has won. I hope you don't have children who are watching and learning from you. What problems you will have with them if you do.

This is what the kiko's have been told by ARCHBISHOP APURON. And they are repeating it. It is Archbishop Apuron who is spreading this LIE. So:

To all those who say we should "pray" for this Archbishop instead of criticizing him. Calling the Archbishop a LIAR is not a criticism. It is simply fact. A fact he unfortunately demonstrates again and again. So we will indeed pray for Archbishop Apuron. We will pray for the salvation of his soul. Because that is all that is left to pray for. Meanwhile, we will pray him GONE.

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