Saturday, September 27, 2014

CONTINUE IN HOPE

I have received several comments and emails about the recent removal of a bishop in Paraguay by Pope Francis. I am presuming that the senders of those comments and emails are seeing the removal of this bishop as a sign of hope for our own Archdiocese.

However, the removal of the Archbishop is not what I personally am after. In fact, I think it might be a good idea if he stays. Here's why.

Archbishop Apuron is not our real enemy. Kiko Arguello IS. And nowhere in the Catholic world is the danger Kiko poses to the Church more on display than it is in the only diocese in the world that counts a bishop among its subservient members. 

We want Rome to see what happens to the Church when Kiko has full control of it. We want Rome to see the full aggressive persecution by Kiko's "Way" when it is fully unleashed by a bishop who serves it. We want Rome to see, here in Guam, Kiko "gone wild", and the full effect of his decimating disease. 


And for that, we need Archbishop Apuron to stay right where he is and to keep doing what he's doing - which is what he says the pope himself has told him to do anyway. 

(Not true, of course. But it doesn't matter now.)

I know that the Archbishop's continued reign of terror, at least until he is 75 when church law will demand his resignation, will be a source of great pain for some. And who knows how many more real vocations will be lost and souls will be damaged in the meanwhile. But think of your own pain as a sacrifice for the larger Church and do what you can to save others. 

There will continue to be calls for his resignation. He will laugh and mock them, assured by those who use him that "no one can get me." Do not despair. Continue in hope. For it is written: "Vengeance is mine," says the Lord. "The day of their disaster is at hand." (Rom. 12:19, Dt. 32:35)

Meanwhile, pray for the Archbishop. I have always believed (and have often said so on this blog) that he is not of his own mind, that he is being used, that he is simply under Kiko's spell, that he is taking orders from Giuseppe Gennarini and Fr. Pius, that he is the mere aging instrument of the likes of the power hungry Adrian who has designs to succeed him. And all of them will discard him when he is no longer useful. 

20 comments:

  1. OH PULEEEEAAASEEEE!!!! You've been calling for the archbishop to step down & resign. Suddenly, you change your mind? Now, he can stay as archbishop?

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    1. OH PULEEEEAAASEEEE oh ye of small minds. Here, let me help you. The right thing for him to do would be to step down and I will support every effort to call him to do so. But I know that won't...or should I say, he won't be allowed. You Kiko's need him to mass ordain those ill-taught presbyters since no other bishop in the world would probably ordain them. So I'm making the best of a bad situation. Kiko is the real evil here anyway. Now do something productive instead of hanging out on my blog even though it is so much fun for me to entertain you.

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    2. Anon at 8:14 AM: If it means bringing down KIKO, then YES!!

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    3. Tim's point - if he resigns now, the sooner we can get to healing our Church, if he refuses, the longer he stays, the deeper the hole he digs for himself and the greater his fall from grace will be. Either way, our Church will prevail. It is a foregone conclusion promised by Christ himself.

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  2. Come on Tim... you're a hypocrite.

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    1. Oh, Adrian. Don't you have a eucharist or a seance to attend to or something? Get off the blog and earn your pay.

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    2. Couldn't help but take note of today's Umatuna with a full page write-up of Adrian. Didn't bother to read it. LOL

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    3. @4:38 I read it. So exciting! We now have two seminaries to pay for! Happy Jubilee!

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  3. It is truly a day of darkness when we have to accept the damnation of even one soul as collateral damage. Keep fighting the good fight. All of heaven rejoices each time one of it's lost is found.

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  4. I have always promoted an exposure of the false teachings and suspect practices of the NeoCats over a direct criticism of the Archbishop. I mean Archbishop Apuron is obviously a sloppy cleric with no or insufficient care about his duties. He is also arrogant in dealing with his business. But he is not the cause of the false teachings. He is only a surrogate of the top cult masters of the NeoCat, providing safe haven for the cult to grow on Guam.

    Just look at Diana whose intellectual stamina is definitely wearing off as she has to face serious questions about NeoCat tenets. She resorts to stubborn repetitions of the same mantra, yelling loud losing her temper and using uppercase letters and exclamation marks. She also copies and pastes religiously, pulling out old canned material from her NeoCat archives. But really, who cares about this outdated propaganda anymore?

    Exposure means all their dubious material should be made public for the widest Catholic audience. Undeniable facts then will speak for themselves. Diana's latest teaching is that Jesus was not a Christian, because Christians are the followers of Christ, and Jesus could not follow himself... OMG! Who is madly stupid here?

    Diana's conclusion is that then Jesus was a Jew as opposed to a Christian. She says this in the religious sense, not of the ethnic origin! If this is a NeoCat tenet, then it needs to be exposed to everyone. The Bible tells us that Jesus talked about a great separation between Judaism and His followers, the Christians. St John and his Gospel is a thorough testimony of this fact. If the NeoCat is not aware of St. John's Gospel, then they should not be allowed to catechize anyone in the Catholic Church. Period.

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    1. Huh? Jesus was a Jew. He wasn't Christian.

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  5. Power hungry Adrian waiting to become archbishop. 5 - 6 years before this could happen. Yes wish archbishop good health so he can continue long beyond 75 and when he does retire the world will see the hell he created.

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  6. He may well continue to 75 Tim but the pain the damage he has done to this community will live for many more years. His reign of terror will continue dividing further the community.

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  7. Is there going to be a sorry case tomorrow at the 5:46AM mass again? Apparently last Sunday the Archbishop said the 5:45 mass..there was no chior, no pianist, and no altar server., and no reader. Poor Harold had to earn his keep that morning. The AAA had to begin all the songs!

    This poor attendance speaks for itself! Will there be a chior tomorrow? Will there be readers? Will there be altar servers? We will have to wait and see!

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    1. Poor Harold is assigned to Barrigada. Another JOKE. ha ah

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  8. From the second aaa leaves it will take at least ten years to clean up the mess. This is providing we do not accept a neo as the next bishop. It is in the best interest of the church for aaa to leave so we can begin the much needed healing process. To allow this to go on until he is 75 is simply unacceptable. it means a further five years of a divided church and the situation only growing worse. aaa is a cause of division to the church his reign of terror made many people sick, and frankly he is no longer acceptable to serve as the bishop.

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    1. I totally agree with you.

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  9. Wormwood: Oh Uncle! we've done it, we've managed to pull off another faux pas without notice, I think the masses have acquiesced and perhaps feeling indifferent since we've kept our patient low key. Of course the false teaching on Sundays pulpits by the "new ones" are keeping villagers at bay and hopefully stupefied with the fallacious theology we've instilled...heheheh

    UncleScrewtape: REALLY Wormwood! You really think you've pulled the wool over the masses with your perfidious and anemic stab. Your little 'story' has caused a humorous stir down here especially with your peers. Your Patient has only a short time left, learn from our history, the rebellious theology that persist in the 'free land', unleash more of 'the new ones', ordain them NOW while they do not know of their patrimony, their true pedigree of that first man, Peter! they will destroy themselves very soon.

    Wormwood: Thank you Uncle, but what shall i do with the faithfuls who constantly attack us with their supplications to our Enemies Mother, the Blessed One...Mmm...Mmmaa..Mary!

    UncleScrewtape: DON'T EVER SUMMON HER NAME DOWN HERE AGAIN YOU DOTTY IMBECILE. WE DON'T HAVE TO BE REMINDED OF HER VICTORY OVER US, BUT WE WANT HER CHILDREN, WE WANT THEM ALL, BUT THE 'PRIZE'! WOULD BE SWEETER THOSE IN BLACK AND HE WHO WEARS THE MITER, BEND THEIR MINDS AND DESTROY THEIR FAITH IN THE HOLY ONE! ENOUGH! NOW BEGONE YOU LITTLE DEVIL!

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  10. from CNS: A Paraguayan bishop who has been sharply critical of liberation theology told our Rome bureau chief today that his dismissal this week from his diocese was a case of "ideological persecution." But the Vatican spokesman today said he was dismissed because "there were serious problems with his management of the diocese, the education of clergy and relations with other bishops." SERIOUS PROBLEMS....AHEM!

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    1. Sounds like Guam's Archbishop Apuron might be next....

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