Wednesday, September 3, 2014

NO DOUBT ABOUT IT


No doubt about it. Archbishop Apuron intends to crucify Msgr. James Benavente. His sin? He said NO to Giuseppe Gennarini, Archbishop Apuron's Lord and Master. 

  • It doesn't matter that Misters Joe Rivera, Art Ilagan, and Rick Duenas, all financial professionals, PROVED that Archbishop Apuron misused the January 8 letter of inquiry from Deloitte and Touche, and LIED about Msgr. James. 
  • It doesn't matter that Archbishop Apuron himself personally recognized, in writing, the progress made towards answering that inquiry. 
  • It doesn't matter that Archbishop Apuron himself had allowed, if not perpetuated a perennial mess of cemetery finances before Msgr. James began the work of straightening out decades of mismanagement by Archbishop Apuron himself. 
  • It doesn't matter that Archbishop Apuron is not allowing Msgr. James any opportunity to defend himself or to assist in the resolution of outstanding issues which normal justice requires.
  • It doesn't matter that Archbishop Apuron had placed Msgr. James at the helm of such projects as the renovation of the Cathedral Basilica, the development of the Cathedral Gift Shop, the construction of St. Therese Chapel, the Cathedral Museum, the complete renovation of the dilapidated Catholic cemetery grounds and the construction of new crypts and a mausoleum, the development of the proposed new northern Catholic high school, the construction of the new Blessed John Paul II and Divine Mercy Chapel in Dededo, the acquisition of the Inarajan Garden Resort, to name just a few of the many projects Msgr. James either quietly completed or was in the process of working on. 
  • It doesn't matter that Msgr. James has successfully managed and directed the biggest events, celebrations, and feasts of the Archdiocese for twenty years, simply because the Archbishop could count on one else to do so. 
  • It doesn't matter that Archbishop Apuron simply shows up to get all the credit for the hard and thankless work of Msgr. James.
  • It doesn't matter that Archbishop Apuron abuses our children by taking his little tirade to our schools and violating the Mass in front of them.

And apparently:
  • What doesn't matter is that Archbishop Apuron is NOT going to tell us the truth about the financial situation for the rest of the diocese that is NOT in Msgr. James' control. 
  • What doesn't matter is the lie Archbishop Apuron has been telling the Catholic Extension Society for decades in order to bilk millions out of them for our "poor mission diocese" while he jets about the globe, puts his foreign seminarians up in luxury, and has so many priests he even sends the excess "on mission", while truly poor mission dioceses suffer from the lack of funds that Archbishop Apuron gladly takes.
  • What doesn't matter is the payroll of the Redemptoris Mater Seminary where Fr. John Wadeson has been employed as a "formator" for several years, most of which he was not even here.
  • What doesn't matter is all the "permanent professors" listed at the Blessed Diego Institute who are only here a few days a year or who haven't been to Guam in years. 
  • What doesn't matter is the amount of money Archbishop Apuron pays Fr. Pius Sammut when he is not even incardinated here and does nothing but use Guam as a place to dump his stuff.
  • What doesn't matter is that Archbishop Apuron incardinated a priest with a known sex-offense record, hid that record from the people of this archdiocese, and even vouched for him to the Archbishop of San Francisco.
  • What doesn't matter is that Archbishop Apuron says there is no money to send poor Aaron Quitugua to a REAL seminary and then refuses to sponsor him when Aaron says he will pay for himself. 
  • What doesn't matter is that poor Fr. Richard Kidd had to practically put himself through the seminary by relying on the charity of family and friends for even the basic necessities while Archbishop Apuron's foreign boys don't even do their own laundry. 
  • What doesn't matter is that Fr. Richard Kidd had to spend several years in the seminary without health insurance because he refused to be a "neo-boy" while the "neo-boys" enjoyed health care at our expense. 
  • What doesn't matter is that Fr. Efren Adversario, after separating from military service to care for his ailing mother, was forced to spend many months without health insurance and without the archdiocesan stipend that was his due.
  • What doesn't matter is that during this period Fr. Efren Adversario was rushed to the Makati Medical Center and eventually had to have surgery for an aortic aneurysm, all of which he had to pay for personally because Archbishop Apuron would not cover his medical insurance. 
  • What doesn't matter is that when Fr. Efren Adversario begged Archbishop Apuron for assistance, instead of assisting him as he was required to do (Fr. Efren is incardinated in this diocese), he simply sloughed him off to Deacon Dominic Kim, who in turn sloughed him off altogether, telling Fr. Efren that he cannot be insured because he was "off-island". (Oh really!)
  • What doesn't matter is that when trying to support himself and pay for his own medical expenses, Fr. Efren asked Archbishop Apuron simply to be given "Mass intentions" as a way to support himself, Archbishop Apuron sent him off to beg from the parishes.
  • What doesn't matter is that when Fr. Efren was completely ignored by his bishop, the only Guam priest to come to his assistance was Msgr. James, the priest Archbishop Apuron is currently obsessed with destroying.
  • What doesn't matter is that Archbishop Apuron privately (he thinks) smears Fr. Efren and his friend Fr. Blockley as homosexuals. 
  • What doesn't matter is that Archbishop Apuron privately (he thinks) mocks the young men who are now studying to become Capuchins. 
  • What doesn't matter is that Archbishop Apuron publicly told Pope Benedict to go screw himself and then conspired to lie about it when there was a public backlash.
  • What doesn't matter is that Archbishop Apuron was willing to let my son take the fall for his lie ("Technical difficulties. Yah. Right)
  • What doesn't matter is Archbishop Apuron's continual trashing of a Santa Barbara family simply because they are useful to his fuel his hatred of Fr. Paul. 
  • What doesn't matter is all the "cashee" that goes unaccounted for that Archbishop Apuron receives in envelopes from his "massagee" partner (who also gave him his car).
  • What doesn't matter is all the other "cashee" Archbishop Apuron gets from what is supposed to be a charitable organization (Don't tempt me or I WILL GO THERE!)
  • What doesn't matter is the hundreds of thousands of unaccounted-for dollars collected from the neo-communities, a large portion of which goes to Archbishop Apuron's personal pocket. 
  • And what doesn't matter is that while Archbishop Apuron permits his neo-celebrations of the eucharist to occur in gyms, private homes, parish halls, classrooms and just about any place they can put a square table, he continues to disallow a funeral Mass for deceased veterans to be held in the chapel at the Veterans cemetery.

But what matters is:

- that Msgr. James said NO to the handing over the title of the deca-million dollar property in Yona to the control of one Giuseppe Gennarini, the New Jersey godfather of the Neocatechumenal Way for whom Archbishop Apuron is nothing more than a servile puppet. 

What matters is:

- that Msgr. James' NO to Giuseppe Gennarini's demand embarrassed Archbishop Apuron in the eyes of his Lord and Master. 
What matters is:

- that this past July the New Jersey godfather showed up in Guam and spanked Archbishop Apuron for being such a feckless leader and demanded that he show some episcopal backbone and ordered him to publicly crucify Msgr. James.

And what matters is:

- that Archbishop Apuron is punishing Msgr. James BECAUSE HE CAN'T GET TO ME. 

Yah, go ahead Archbishop. Go ahead and crucify Msgr. James and all the other priests you already have in your crosshairs. The Catholics of Guam have your number, and for the record, Rome does too. You are permanently discredited, and worse, a laughingstock. And NOTHING you can do now will ever change that. What a SHAME, Archbishop. What a stinking, lying, narcissistic shame. 

74 comments:

  1. And every day, every week, every month the list of immoral deeds by our Archbishop continues to grow unabated.
    If ever there was an example of the Devil at work, we have one right in front of our eyes.

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  2. Bravo Tim! My head is spinning from the archvillain's treachery...
    Eileen Benavente-Blad

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    1. Thank you for correcting my typo! :-)
      Eileen Benavente-Blas

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    2. L O N G L A U N D R Y L I S T. I am just not sure if you basically only focused on money concerns in your No Doubt About It, blog. I noticed the Veteran's issue was omitted about the 5 or 6 Veterans buried during June/July without a mass.

      Apuron also chooses not to allow any Veteran to use the chapel for a Catholic Veteran's mass. When Veterans simply can not afford to pay for a mass in the church. Apuron also does not allow any Protestant to use chapel either. Even though Mass had been held in the chapel up until the late 80's early 90's.

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    3. Thank you. I will add this to the list. However I also intend to take this up in a separate post after a bit more research.

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  3. Tim, I think you prepared his echo for him when he goes to his community.

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  4. Good write up very true.

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  5. And you know what happened to those who thought they were "Untouchables!".

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    1. The untouchables go to HELL!

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    2. BTW Didn't the Archbishop say " no one can touch me". He is an Untouchable!

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  6. look into Archbishop and finances of Kamalen Karidat for a headline story

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    1. kamalen Karidat finances remains of interest .

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    2. Deacon will have Bowl problems should he read these comments and have to fly immediately to St. Luke's for treatment. Good Archbishop gives him health insurance, Cashee Cashee, wink wink.

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    3. Why bother with St. Luke's? Isn't there a Doctor in the House?

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    4. I don't think permanent deacons get health insurance. They definitely don't get paid.

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    5. In this case it's who the deacon is paying.

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    6. We know about Deacon and who he pays.

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  7. No wonder why he joined the neo.....

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  8. Well said Tim! This is what we all believe too! What a shameful way to end his legacy. He needs to stop the blood that had spilled out into our streets. Only he can do this. If he doesn't then things will only get worse.

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  9. I am so tired of our Archbishop as hard as this is to say. I have lost all hope in him.

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  10. The truth Sometimes Hurts.

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  11. As I have said before, I had often heard this saying from my parents' generation: "Very soon,
    the Catholic Church will be infiltrated by the devil". "Un dia siempre humalom y matnganete ge Gima Yous."

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  12. SATAN Has INFILTRATED THE CATHOLIC CHURCH ON GUAM. SATAN IS WORKING THROUGH TONY APURON.

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  13. What are the roles of Monsignor David and Father Adrienne in AAA actions?

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  14. What doesn't matter to the Archbishop obviously is the possibility of legal action against Him.

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    1. Especially in regards to the cashee from massagee. And there is some question as to where "massagee" gets it.

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    2. Sincerely hope these so called massagee service is respectable service to the office of archbishop.

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    3. Yes, I have been wondering how massagee has so much disposable Cashee to spend on appuronee.

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    4. How muchee, he gets from massage? He gets as many muchee as he juans it!

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    5. Archee thinks that no one knows about massagee and cashee in envelopee, but then he doesn't think people see him getting plastered on bloody Mary's in business first either-ee. Tee-hee.

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  15. Catholic Extension Society Funds is unresolved. Full accounting of these funds still needs to be given.

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  16. Absolom...had a mission and a fate Tim and the like. You continue to tear down instead of build bridges. "Jesus, Son of David, have mercy on us sinners. "

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    1. I will match Apuron bridge for bridge.

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    2. 6;47PM Archbishop Anthony Apuron, had the chance to begin building bridges among the people. The first was the advice of the Nuncio and the Councils. He had the chance to public make a statement thereafter.

      How long do the people need to wait before the bridges are mended. The way I see it, these bridges are burning more rapidly than they are being fixed.

      Yes, the Way works for some. The Way cannot be used as a shelter of proctection from the outside world. You are building a world of fantasy. The world that says, stay within our walls and no harm will come to you. You are but a people wrapped in a bubble and believe that the world will be at a standstill when you holler PEACE.

      You shield the youths from other youths walking in the Way. You plan dates for the youth to know each other within the community, hoping that there will be a spark. Boom, marriage within the community. You shield the youths from experiencing other religious orders because they don't have the program. The Way is all about yourselves.

      I am so frustrated and disappointed in all this.



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  17. What amount does " Madame Cashee" place in envelope?

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    1. $1,000 in the envelope is a conservative number.

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    2. Anyone know the age of Cashee and her status in societee?

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    3. No foolee with cashee! Cashee is not so youngee! Cashee is loudee. Cashee give very many plentee so Apuronee cannot leave the Cashee.

      Maybee Cashee can talkee to Apuronee. Maybee cashee owns Apuronee.

      I know who Cashee ishee is. initials M.S. Moneyee Supplyee. HeeHee!

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    4. Seems like Cashee has influencee over Apuronee.

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  18. Apuron need only send an olive branch as a sign of good intention. As a result of the olive branch the climates will change.

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  19. He needs to reinstate Monsignor James back to the Cathedral and Father Paul back to Santa Barbara. Can he actually say he is sorry and was wrong?

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  20. I said it before and I will say it again, AAA, "You really suck at being the Archbishop of the Archdiocese of Agana!".

    How true it is that we seem to almost always forget where we came from once we are with a pocket full of cash from the blood of your people. Sounds like Pharaoh way back when.

    AAA, can you really sleep at night (without medication) with a clear conscience? You know what you have to do but yet, you continue to do what you are TOLD to do and what you WANT to do. What should happen when YOUR WILL crosses with GOD'S WILL? Which path do you take?

    Really would like to know the answer to this AAA. Lets dialogue and share. I am sure as the appointed Shepard your mind and soul still have some residual of God's will, not just yours or KIKOs. REALLY would like to know what your thoughts are so we can use them to inspire us more to become a servant of God and not a slave to mammon. Can you at least think about it, about your actions?

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    1. Anyone who feels the need to tell high school students during Mass that he sleeps well doesn't sleep well.

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    2. Oh Tim, the saggee, saggee, can puttee,putee, him to sleepee, sleepee! No need for dooktour in the Housee. Saggee saggee, will take care of Apuronee ownee.

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    3. As well as any bishop who speaks more of his own content while his diocese is in turmoil is displaying a lack of humility. His talk to the young men of FD was self-centered.

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  21. Let me first state that I am on the side of those of us here exposing the truth in the Junglewatch. However, I'm noticing a lot of the commentary here gets repetitive among the same commenters and I'm wondering, while you're all here posting your comments everyday, are you all actually going out there in the community and helping educate our fellow Catholics actively and in person about what's going on? Are you doing what you can to help stop the spread of the NCW furthermore on our island? I think that's the whole point of Tim constantly giving us these truths with each and every post. He cannot do this all alone and God bless him for sustaining all this for as long as it has gone on. The Junglewatch is a call to all of us loyal to the authentic Catholic Church to join in and help. So please keep that in mind. I've been doing all that I can on my end here to bring awareness of this issue out into the open, beyond the junglewatch and into reality. Let's all do the same please and lets put our words into action. Let's be proactive. May the Holy Spirit fire our hearts and inspire each of us to do what we can.

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    1. I sure am! I'm normally not one to be vocal on issues, however, people around me (family, friends, co-workers) have noticed how I have been on this issue...some even referring to me as part of a "Catholic Network". I say if we all network to open the eyes of at least one person, then we're doing our job to stop the spread of the NCW on our island.

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  22. You throw dirt, you lose ground!

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    1. Ah, yes, so Apuron is learning.

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    2. Maybe we should start throwing out the facts about:

      1) where the money is going to in Minnesota
      2) the Deacon and the altar servers way back when and maybe it is tied to Saipan
      3) the teachings of the Da Vinci code
      4) the seminarian who wants to get out of the RMS program and go diocesan
      5) the Archbishop is so jealous
      6) the treasurer of the corporation for the RMS better be local according the to laws of Guam. Need to do a research on this, but I am pretty sure!
      7) the Catholic Church is truly crumbling here on island

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  23. Archbishop Apuron sounds mentality unstable to me!...I don't think all the faculties are there. Truly, who's will do you follow? Your actions tell the Faithful Catholic Community otherwise!

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  24. Archbishop Apuron joined "the way'' and look at where it got him. Instead of becoming a better person, he became worse! Don't you think that if he really were of the people and for the people & a good and humble servant ....that he'll get the respect a man in his position deserves? Apparently, too many people have been snubbed and hurt by this man, which is why they're all coming out of the woodwork to expose him for what he is. Frankly, as the neo's poster child, he is hurting their cause...but hey, that's a good thing! God sure works in mysterious ways.

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  25. Tim, you've been blogging for awhile. Still have done concrete, come on now, step up your game... I'm still waiting, blogs are entertaining.

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    1. "Still have done concrete." LOLOL!

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    2. 10:42 are you serious! Copies of signed letters, audio recordings, and verifiable events that have occurred are not concrete enough for you? Pray tell - what exactly do you need to see that would be more compelling than irrefutable facts?

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    3. No, do something that actually makes a change, not just "saying".

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  26. i still hold on to the hope that archbishop apuron will come around. but nothing less will be sufficient other than to make private and public apologies, asking for forgiveness for all the wrongs he's committed, especially against individual people; to perform public penance (like living simply while quietly serving the poor every day); to make reparations to fr paul, fr james, fr efren, and all other people he's maligned; and to call on the neocats to be faithful to all the instructions of the pope. is this hoping for too much?

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  27. Following orders from Rome!!! You people.

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  28. Were is there proof of genarini ordering around the archbishop? I believe most of what is posted on the blog because it is backed by letters, audio, etc. but there is no real proof of genarini being involved. To me even a statement by msgr james would be enough but as for now it seems like a conclusion based on events.

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    1. Thanks for the question. I was about to address this in a full post. It may take me a day or two. Come back and see.

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  29. So I hear 4 men joined the "seminary" in Malojloj, and are having to do fundraisers for their necessities. So these men have to become mendicants while the neo seminarians live it up luxuriously? No matter what people say, this "seminary" in Malojloj is a joke. These men are still being educated under the NEO! I wonder if those are orders from Rome too. Only neo education...absolutely terrible!

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    1. What do they need? I'll help them out.

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    2. Are the 4 men Chamorro at Malojloj? If not may I ask where are they from?

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    3. Guam simply does not have the means to form or educate young men for priesthood .

      These four men should be in Seminary on the mainland if they are preparing for diocesan priesthood in service of Guam. Joke what is happening under the authority of Archbishop.

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    4. Do they get to use the big pool? Do they get to exercise at the Kimcheeuotdoor gym?

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    5. @12:42 You are correct. Unfortunately, in the eyes of Adrian and the Archbishop, it's the neo way or NO WAY, just as what the message was to Mr. Aaron Quitugua, the young man who offered to pay his way through an accredited seminary.

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  30. What would it profit the archbishop to hold tight and abuse his power, gain kiko's approval but loose his soul when he faces his Creator?

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  31. Guam's Catholic Church is truly experiencing a moral crisis. Just when I thought things couldn't get worse, they do. Soon, something will trigger an all-out revolt. Remember what Dante said, "The darkest places in hell are reserved for those who maintain their neutrality in times of moral crisis." People, it's time to picket and boycott the Catholic Church until someone in the Vatican hears us.

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    1. Gerald, afraid so. Archdiocese, is now experiencing a dark period of history.

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    2. Gerry, I just want to make sure I understand what you mean by " … boycott the Catholic Church …" because when I boycott a place, I do not go to — or in the case of online shopping, buy from — the place.

      You're not suggesting that we no longer attend Mass, are you? You ARE referring to withholding donations, correct?

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  32. Just an observation.

    Since the take over of the Pigo Cemetery, the Cemetery Chapel has not been kept clean.

    1. There are roaches and it is filthy. The floor is not even swept. When it was under Msgr. Benavente, the Chapel was always kept clean.
    2. Every 1st Friday of the month, there is rosary and mass said in the Chapel. Sad thing is, now, we have to stand throughout the rosary and the mass. When it was under Msgr. Benavente, the Chapel would be lined with folding chairs for those who came.
    3. Jessica Blas does not dress properly for someone who is in charge. Under Msgr Benavente, the workers where in uniform and the secretary was always dressed in a presentable manner.

    Jessica my dear heart, get on the ball! You are being paid to see that things are done in an orderly fashion. Keep the cemetery clean! Keep the inside of the Chapel clean! Bring out those chairs for the evening rosary and mass on the 1st of every month! There are some manamkos who need to sit. Earn your keep.

    Do not say that there is no fund. Under the guidance of Msgr Benavente, the Cemetery was in tip top shape.

    BTW, why is the mass at Pigo at 3PM instead of 4PM? Heard that AAA is saying the mass in Agat..Where is Birdie (Alberto)? Did he go back to the Canary Islands to ring in the Jewish New Year?

    Please remember not to put in your donations at any of the cemeteries.

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