Saturday, September 6, 2014

NOTE: NO MORE DIANA

From now on, let's no longer refer to "Diana" when using the reference on this blog. "Diana" is (Fr.) Edivaldo (pastor of Chalan Pago parish) and his girls, headed up by Holly Leon Guerrero.

They have been a tight little group for over a decade. Their little charade is truly pathetic and a serious source of shame to the Catholic Church, and particularly to the priesthood.

More so, they have brought shame and disgrace on the people in the Neocatechumenal Way who are not kiko's like they are.

That they continue to hide behind a pseudonym says much about their gross lack of integrity and their disease of soul. In fact, I would prefer if you would no longer drag their infection over to this blog.

Thanks. 

46 comments:

  1. I was at a wedding earlier today at Mangilao that was set for 1PM (Edivaldo was the presider). I heard from the bride's family that Fr. Edivaldo had told the bride that he was asked at the last minute by Archbishop Apuron to present at this afternoon's conference in Sinajana. He knew he was going to be late so he asked the bride to come late to her own wedding because brides normally come late that way he can make it and everyone would think the delay of the wedding is because of the bride and not the priest. To our surprise, the bride came in exactly at 1pm and we were all set...yet Fr. Edivaldo was no where to be found.

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    1. Last minute?- Fr. Edivaldo's name is listed on the registration form to be a speaker for the break out sessions that were to run from 1-2 pm? According to the form that is available online at Archdiocese website- registration began July 20? His topic "Is the church always right? Should I follow my conscience?"

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    2. Edivaldo of Brasilia, what a popular guy. Just all over the place. So much in demand! Pastor, speaker, blogger! A real gem!

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    3. 7:53PM - I think you meant Our Lady of Peace and Safe Journey in Chalan Pago. I was there for the 1PM Mass and did wonder about the delay. Fr. Edivaldo did announce to the congregation that it was his fault, but I didn't catch if he gave the actual reason for being late. I don't know what I expected of his homily and braced myself for any type of scolding of some sort or even some reference to the current issues. Surprisingly, there was nothing of the sort and really just centered on being married in church as opposed to civil ceremonies.

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    4. He knows better. He's smarter than Apuron and Adrian. He needs to protect his hidden identities, both of them. He's bad enough as Diana. Wait till you see him in action under his other one. He's smart. We're smarter.

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  2. Do not EVER instruct people to lie for you! Even if you have been under the tutelage of your archbishop in that arena. It is wrong! !!!!!!!!! On so many levels!

    All the guests were uneasily squirming about as they constantly eyed the limo parked right outside the Church.

    It started 28 minutes after 1 p.m. The bride had to extend the rental to her transportation. Would Edivaldo refund this, out of his chen'chule? Or the bishop will pay it because he had to make a major proclamation that Edivaldo's presence was such a necessity?

    He also made reference to all the traffic violations he had to commit to get to the Church was unbelievable. Talked a lot about dodging the cops! Hmm...

    Well, honestly a lot of what he said and did during the wedding was atrocious and just plain weird, but what can we all do?

    This presbyter, Edivaldo, is tactless, masoginous and was just simply scandalizing in his demeanor, especially during this wedding.

    I can only imagine the horror that he is at people's funerals!

    The guests were laughing, but it may not be with him, but at him. They were also of nervous laughter, as if to say, "am I really seeing and hearing this? Is this guy for real? "

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  3. Since when did it become acceptable for a priest to neglect his primary duty of administering the sacraments in favor of anything else? And then to ask the would-be recipient of said sacrament to be complicit in propagating a lie? This is the product of the RMS and the NCW. Or is the archbishop's wrath so terrible that even his prized neo champion is afraid to tell him no.

    By the way, I send my children to BBCMS. I fully expect that a portion of the conference fees will be given to the school to cover the cost of power and use of the facilities.

    On that note, I understand that the archbishop will be visiting the school on Sep. 9. I sincerely hope he understands that he is in the presence of little children. As such, there are certain boundaries implied. Keep your neo propoganda to yourself! I sacrifice so that my children can receive a Catholic education, not this neo BS and not to listen to his self inflicted personal problems. The line has been drawn in the sand Apuron. Do Not cross it!

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  4. Since when did it become acceptable for a priest to neglect his primary duty of administering the sacraments in favor of anything else? And then to ask the would-be recipient of said sacrament to be complicit in propagating a lie? This is the product of the RMS and the NCW. Or is the archbishop's wrath so terrible that even his prized neo champion is afraid to tell him no.

    By the way, I send my children to BBCMS. I fully expect that a portion of the conference fees will be given to the school to cover the cost of power and use of the facilities.

    On that note, I understand that the archbishop will be visiting the school on Sep. 9. I sincerely hope he understands that he is in the presence of little children. As such, there are certain boundaries implied. Keep your neo propoganda to yourself! I sacrifice so that my children can receive a Catholic education, not this neo BS and not to listen to his self inflicted personal problems. The line has been drawn in the sand Apuron. Do Not cross it!

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    1. I am going to be there recording every word he says. I too have children at BBMCS. I am pretty sure that when he sees me, he knows not to say one word about his persecution. Stick to the issues of how the children are fortunate enough to attend a Catholic school and focus on the sacrifice we make. Stay out of the issues.

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  5. Any talk about juicy oranges?

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  6. HA!! We always knew it was Father OJ and his harem!

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    1. A complete aside: who on earth in her right mind would want to be in his harem????

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  7. I am not Neo; but, I am Catholic. Lots of the people who post on this blog post such un-Catholic un-Christian comments. If a parent, would you be proud if your child were aware of your activities on this blog? If you are proud...........

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    1. And what are you doing on this blog? And anonymously chastising others? Proud of that?

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    2. I too am not Neo, but Catholic.

      In a previous post, I politely suggested that the blog disapprove certain types of commentary to mimic the courtesy extended to priests. Tim's response was quick and explained why he lets comments through. I respect that. His blog. His rules. I'm a guest poster and I don't presume to be responsible for policing the comments of others.

      That said, I happen to agree with what Anon, 9-6 @ 2:06AM shared. My reasoning comes more from of a practical slant.

      Tim has done a great service by bringing to light, with factual accounts, many of Apuron's and the NCW masters' misdoings. Their apologists constantly claim that God is on their side - that we (the Mother Church) are persecuting them.

      By lowering our standard of discourse, we only give them more reason to ignore reason, logic, and justice.

      With the amount of psychological conditioning central to the NCW theology, we need every mechanism, method, and medium at our disposal to correct the many injustices committed by Apuron.

      Again, I speak with all due respect and with humble gratitude to all those standing up to our unjust Archbishop and the sect mindset he has succumbed to.

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    3. #TRUE Anon 11:29PM. I wholeheartedly agree with you. Not all Catholics who are not connected with the Neo agtee with you Tim.

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    4. It is up to the commenters to choose their own standards of discourse. The only thing I have not allowed is extreme profanity and allegations against persons by name by persons who do not use their name. I would also contend that since you chose to remain anonymous that you do not yet have the conviction of even your own standards. This blog has cost me something. It has cost me a lot. I have been willing to pay it. It has cost you nothing.

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  8. Time to End the St. Patrick's Day Parade and the Al Smith Dinner?
    By: Msgr. Charles Pope

    The time for happy-clappy, lighthearted engagement of our culture may be nearing an end. Sometimes it takes a while to understand that what used to work no longer works. Let me get more specific.

    Decades ago the “Al Smith Dinner” was a time for Republicans and Democrats to bury the hatchet (even if only temporarily) and come together to raise money for the poor and to emphasize what unites us rather than what divides us. But in the old days the death of 50 million infants was not what divided us. We were divided about lesser things such as how much of the budget should go to defense and how much to social spending. Reasonable men might differ over that.

    But now we are being asked to raise toasts and to enjoy a night of frivolity with those who think it is acceptable to abort children by the millions each year, with those who think anal sex is to be celebrated as an expression of love and that LGBTQIA… (I=intersexual, A= Asexual) is actually a form of sanity to which we should tip our hat, and with those who stand four-square against us over religious liberty.

    Now the St. Patrick’s Parade is becoming of parade of disorder, chaos, and fake unity. Let’s be honest: St. Patrick’s Day nationally has become a disgraceful display of drunkenness and foolishness in the middle of Lent that more often embarrasses the memory of Patrick than honors it.

    In New York City in particular, the “parade” is devolving into a farcical and hateful ridicule of the faith that St. Patrick preached.

    It’s time to cancel the St. Patrick’s Day Parade and the Al Smith Dinner and all the other “Catholic” traditions that have been hijacked by the world. Better for Catholics to enter their churches and get down on their knees on St. Patrick’s Day to pray in reparation for the foolishness, and to pray for this confused world to return to its senses. Let’s do adoration and pray the rosary and the Divine Mercy Chaplet unceasingly for this poor old world.

    But don’t go to the parade; stay away from the Al Smith Dinner and all that “old school” stuff that hangs on in a darkened world. And as for St Patrick’s Day, it’s time to stop wearin’ the green and instead take up the purple of Lent and mean it. Enough of the celebration of stupidity, frivolity, and drunkenness that St Paddy’s day has become. We need penance now, not foolishness. We don’t need parades and dinner with people who scoff at our teachings, insist we compromise, use us for publicity, and make money off of us. We’re being played for (and are?) fools.

    End the St Patrick’s parade. End the Al Smith Dinner and all other such compromised events. Enough now, back to Church! Wear the purple of Lent and if there is going to be a procession, let it be Eucharistic and penitential for the sins of this age.

    For the sake of His sorrowful passion, have mercy on us and on the whole world!

    How say you?

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    1. Too bad he doesn't call out the cardinal who is the grand master of all if this foolishness.

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    2. In spite of his restraint in not naming Archbishop Dolan, Msgr. Pope was required to take down the post from the site hosted by the Archdiocese of Washington.

      http://blog.adw.org/2014/09/what-happened-to-the-st-patricks-parade-post/

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    3. I commented on the Archdiocese of Washington's site regarding the removal of Msgr. Pope's post from that site. However, I know that the site administrator likely won't approve it, so I'm posting it here, for what it is worth.

      I thought your original post was dead on and reflected extraordinary restraint insofar as it did not specifically name the archbishops who are misleading the faithful into grave sin and, frankly, destroying our Church. Indeed, that omission was, I think, the only deficiency in your post. How can we correct the problems which plague our Church unless we are honest about our leaders? They will continue to scandalize and misguide the faithful into grave sin unless called to account. And now you have been forced to take down your post. This is absolutely outrageous! What does it matter that you received negative response? You were merely preaching the Truth. The Prophets did not yield to insult or derision when they knew that they were speaking the Truth. I suspect, however, that it was a directive from within the hierarchy of the Archdiocese — not the responses of readers — that forced you to take down the post. And this is what really scares and demoralizes me about our Church. So much of the apparatus is occupied by Satan himself. Archbishop Dolan, et al., do not care a wit about the killing of the unborn; or, at least, are not willing to defend the unborn if doing so would jeopardize their relationships with Stephen Colbert, President Obama and other pro-abortion celebrities and politicos. Power and esteem in the eyes of people who hate orthodox Catholicism are what too many princes of the Church are after today; and they are willing to sacrifice themselves and the souls of all that follow them to achieve this. So long as Dolan, Wuerl, O’Malley, et al. are running our Church there is really no hope of us getting back on track. We need to be honest about this if we are ever going to restore the Church to a beacon of holiness for both those within and without.

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  9. I can relate this to the situation with the NCW who scoff at our teachings, use the Catholic Church for their publicity and make money out of innocent people. Yep, It's time to end their parade too!

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  10. anon@11:29 Lol ...you are spot on Tim. This chastiser archbishop sympathizer keeps resurfacing in the guise of concern for the students, the children, the Neo and non Neo but completely IGNORES the uncharitable abuse of the Archbishop to our church, his flock and to God!!! Your hypocrisy reeks! If you had good intentions to chastise for the sake of TRUTH you would not have to remain anonymous. Do yourself a favor and refrain from need to offer chastisement here and take it to your archbishop who has a long list of victims he has truly hurt. Tim and readers are not stupid. We have an idea of you are !!!

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  11. You are right Nia!

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  12. it's hilarious and revealing that the diana blog's subtitle is "an insider's view." as such, that blog's owner admits that a neocat "insider" is one who operates in secret, and implies that there's inside knowledge within the ncw that's not readily accessible to the rest of us. gnostic much?

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    1. Of course in following with the NCW, their so-called "Voice" has to be secret too.

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  13. Testing 1-2-3 Tim, just checking how this works.

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  14. Tim you're a big fat lair.... Laughing my ass off... Your gonna burn in the lake of fh Fire

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  15. Yo Tim you and you're family get the fuck out of this island.

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  16. Anonymous at 10:47 and 6:27

    When you learn to defend your convictions and your beliefs from a Christ Centered heart you will not find the need to to use potty words. Is it true you are young adults and an ordained Neo priest in the Neo Cathechumenal Way?

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    1. Rosemary — I think that, after developing a Christ-Centered heart, Anonymous at 10:47 PM and 6:27 AM will need to take basic spelling and grammar lessons to express themselves appropriately.

      Of course, they don't seem to realize that such vulgarity reflects poorly on their characters — but then, again, these are also clear examples of the "Fruits" that they have reaped from "THEE WAY."

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  17. Tim didn't I see you at JW church? Wow and you're here the admin for this BLOG. How embarrassing and dis grace you are to you're self. God bless

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    1. LOL. Thanks for the page views. Tell them to teach you English over there at RMS.

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    2. Not sure what you're trying to say 3:13 PM, but it sure shows you have a whole lot of nothing going on in that brain of yours.

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  18. Anon 10:47 Go fuck yourself along with you're Master Tim.. HAHAHAHA

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    1. LOL. Thanks for the page view.

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    2. A mental giant with the kikos shares his brilliance with the world. Anonymous September 9, 2014 at 3:15 PM says: "Anon 10:47 Go f#@k yourself along with you're Master Tim.. HAHAHAHA". Not only is this poor english, but 1047 was actually attacking Tim.
      Anonymous September 8, 2014 at 10:47 PM actually said: "Tim you're a big fat lair.... Laughing my ass off... Your gonna burn in the lake of fh Fire". Apparently, one anon idiot didn't realize that another anon idiot was posting from another room at RMS, and first anon idiot had just read Revelations for the first time and was showing us his biblical prowess.
      BTW 1047 - a lair is where wolves wait in hiding. A liar is a completely different beast. Look it up in a dictionary, and it has a picture of our bishop next to the entry for "LIAR".
      10:47 can laugh his depraved a$$ off all he wants, but he will still be one.
      LOL - thanks for the comic relief RMS!

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    3. I think we need a "Like" button here.

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  19. I understand a "retired" teacher has been engaged to teach English to the seminarians at RMS. Let's see if their ESL abilities improve in the upcoming weeks. Couth is a little harder to impart. JRP anyone?

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  20. Anyone can see by the different styles of "Diana's" writing that she's just not one person...not unless she's schizo, then that would explain it.

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  21. 'she said' no one knows who I am....not even my catechist knows who I am...then she copies Tim and said "someone email this and that"....thought no one knew her...then how come she's getting hot emails. NOT SMART. (or even worse)

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  22. Go fuck yourself Tim

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  23. Hard to believe people post such bad language 5.42pm then claim to be walking with the Lord.

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  24. I know you said no more Diana, but can someone answer this question for me..What are we? Are we Jews, because Christ was a Jew? Are we Jewish Catholics? What do we follow...the Jewish law? So confused now about being a Catholic.

    AnonymousSeptember 21, 2014 at 8:04 AM
    Are you saying that the Sabbath should be on a Saturday and it is considered the Day of the Lord? I learned that when Christ ressurected on a Sunday, this became the Holy Day of the Lord! Since you seem to be so knowledgable about the Christian Faith, explain this!

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    DianaSeptember 21, 2014 at 8:08 AM
    Dear Anonymous at 8:04 am,

    Please read my post again. I said that the Sabbath was important to the Jewish people. Are Catholics Jewish?? I also said that Christ was accused of breaking the Sabbath law. Christ was a Jew. He was NOT Christian.

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