Thursday, September 11, 2014

KUAM INTERVIEW WITH THE FAMILY OF MSGR. JAMES BENAVENTE

On THE BUZZ with Jess Lujan, Wednesday, September 10, 2014 Part 1 KUAM.com-KUAM News: On Air. Online. On Demand. Part 2 KUAM.com-KUAM News: On Air. Online. On Demand. Part 3 KUAM.com-KUAM News: On Air. Online. On Demand.


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Part 1: http://www.kuam.com/category/173022/video-landing-page?autoStart=true&topVideoCatNo=default&clipId=10570688

Part 2: http://www.kuam.com/category/173022/video-landing-page?autoStart=true&topVideoCatNo=default&clipId=10570689

Part 3: http://www.kuam.com/category/173022/video-landing-page?autoStart=true&topVideoCatNo=default&clipId=10570721

22 comments:

  1. Jesse Lujan has it right, the Cathedral's loss is our (Tamuning's) gain with the Monsignor. I used to love the Cathedral's Mass, but doubtful I'll be back there anytime soon. (and not because I am on a business trip)

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  2. Thank you for posting the videos. And thank you for keeping us informed. We need to seek the truth and "let the chips fall where they may." We need to speak out against injustice and work toward a peaceful resolution. Here is a quote from Dietrich Bonhoeffer, a courageous man who stood up for the truth in very difficult times: "Silence in the face of evil is itself evil: God will not hold us guiltless. Not to speak is to speak. Not to act is to act."

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    1. Unfortunately, archbishop Apuron would view Dietrich Bonhoeffer as a disrespectful and disobedient man.

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  3. i don't think i'm idealizing or romanticizing the past when i say that this is not the guam i grew up in.

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    1. Guess this is not the world we grew up in.

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  4. The family has reached out to the Archbishop. It is now up to the Archbishop to respond accordingly. The ball is in his hands.

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  5. Tim, thank you very much for posting these videos. I have GTA essential cable-I'm not sure I even get Jesse Lujan's program. We who remain at the cathedral feel as if the rug was pulled out from under our feet. Many of our beloved ministers and parishioners have left. Everything is uncertain and we are struggling to find our way. Our cathedral doesn't really feel like home anymore since we were invaded by the NCW. I myself fear the mass practices will change and will be illicit and that Kiko knickknacks, chalices and paintings will appear...

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    1. 3:54 The Neo make over at the Cathedral already started. Look at the statue of St. Joseph and take note of the Neo items close by. It does not feel right for me to be there anymore, but I am a registered parishioner and I'm still hopeful that things will change for the better.

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    2. Can someone please take a photo and post it, so we can all see it?

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    3. What kind of NEO ITEMS?

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    4. Photos, please. But, be careful, Mikey might confiscate your camera! You know, rip the film out like in the movies!

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  6. We have moved to Tamuning to support Monsignor and to send a message to the Archbishop that his actions have cause great problems and we will not put up with it anymore!

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  7. I too am a parishioner at Cathedral, it is very stressful to go to mass or attend the novena. The looks I get from David, Mickey, Coreen, etc....It does not feel like home.

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  8. Monsignor James,we continue to pray and support you and your family.

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  9. AAA is counting on everyone giving up and just accepting what is happening because we will get use to his reign of terror. AAA, David and Coreen are just doing whatever they want because they are just waiting for everything to calm down.

    We must not give up. We cannot be quiet....make noise....We can not let AAA, David, Adrienne, Pius treat our church this way.

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  10. To the Benavente family: you did a great thing by coming out and expressing your feelings and trying to reach out to the Archbishop. If he fails to address and fix these problems he and his little group has created, then he will only be the failure of his own arrogance and deceit. Our Church is in shambles and people are tired of his Ways!

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  11. Power to the NON-NEOSeptember 15, 2014 at 4:24 PM

    We support Msgr. James, his family and friends! We the NON-NEOs know the truth!

    So, it's been how many weeks, Apuron. What have you to say in response to this respectable family? Will you face them? Will you apologize? Will you fix the Church you are supposed to be leading? STOP LYING AND MOVE APURON!

    MOVE NOW or MOVE OUT!!!

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  12. Agree. What is Apuron doing? He has been given two weeks of silence to reflect . I am waiting to read His apology to Monsignor James.

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    1. Did someone say apologize? What?

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  13. Soon be time for David Lujan to file a case. When the first case is filed hell will follow.

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    1. Arch won't care....he'll be in the clouds in Business/First. Bloody Mary X-HOT... Adios...

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    2. AAA left not returning until October 5th!

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