Wednesday, September 10, 2014

LUCKY INARAJAN

You get TWO Parochial Administrators. That's not canonically legal, but hey, who cares, right?


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  1. Tim, there is only one. The one with picture. The other one without doesn't count. SMH.

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  2. Hi Tim...
    just wanted to let you know that my pastor, Fr. Romy is NO longer Parochial Administrator of St. Joseph parish in Inarajan. Thanks :)

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  3. oh then pls. excuse me...wasn't directing it towards YOU per say...just commenting on this post.

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    1. No problem. Just couldn't resist the irony. Archbishop Apuron is so busy finding new ways to accuse Msgr. James of mismanagement that apparently he can't find the time to manage the publishing of his own Official Avisos. Official Avisos are not unimportant stuff. You may want to send your comment to the chancery.

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    2. Things must be really busy. After a month, another parochial administrator. At least, it took a month. The museum wasn't that lucky. After only 6 hours.

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  4. ..it's true! so many issues we face here in our Archdiocese...lot's of praying to do! God bless us all!

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  5. What does your comment "lucky Inarajan" mean? They haven't had a regular pastor for at least three years. You're the lucky one to have a regular pastor in Father Eric.

    Anna Maria

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    1. It was a facetious title that was meant to mean the opposite of what it said. Here is what was implied:
      1. A parish canNOT have two parochial administrators.
      2. The publishing of the Avisos showing the two administrators for the same parish is another example of the mismanagement mess that exists under Archbishop Apuron daily because he is too busy tending to his neo-community to pay attention.
      3. Not appointing a pastor is a way of Archbishop Apuron keeping control. A pastor has rights that an administrator doesn't. It is much easier for him to get rid of administrators than pastors if they don't do what he wants. That's why they don't have a pastor, and after a whole year, neither does Santa Barbara.

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    2. Father Paul was administrator for a long time in Dededo.

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    3. So, Tim, what's wrong with that picture in Korea? HUH?

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    4. That's my question. What's your answer?

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  6. Mea culpa, Tim. The irony wasn't apparent to me. My sister is a parishioner of St. Joseph so I took your comment personally.

    Anna Maria

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  7. Hafa Adai Tim,

    I think all the non-Neo priests should be allowed to switch religious orders and all become Capuchin, and then put one in every parish. Just a thought....and by the way, AAA doesn't really count as a Capuchin anymore, ever since he became Bishop and was able to forego his vow of poverty. Actually, he should 've been removed from the order when he refused to allow his displaced Capuchin brothers to be housed at the RMS after Supertyphoon Pongsonga. Now that's a guy who takes care of those in need.....especially his Capuchin bretheren...

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